ACGIH® RELEASES 27TH EDITION OF INDUSTRIAL VENTILATION: A MANUAL OF RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR DESIGN
Cincinnati, Ohio — February 1, 2010 — ACGIH® released the new 27th Edition of Industrial Ventilation: A Manual of Recommended Practice for Design. This ACGIH® Signature Publication is an industry standard in industrial ventilation and is one of over 25 titles featured in the ACGIH® Signature Publications Series.
Industrial Ventilation: A Manual of Recommended Practice for Design has always been a top seller, and the new edition contains a wealth of relevant and practical information on the design, maintenance, and evaluation of industrial exhaust ventilation systems. The book features tables and illustrations that help provide easy interpretation.
Some of the highlights of the new edition, developed by the ACGIH® Industrial Ventilation Committee, include:
- Redrawn figures and VS prints
- Revised Chapter 6 – Design Issues – Hoods
- Revised Chapter 8 – Air Cleaning Devices
- New sections in Chapter 13 (Section 13.27 – Hot Process Ventilation; Section 13.67 – Ventilation Requirements for Engineered Nanomaterials)
To order your copy, use the following information:
Industrial Ventilation: A Manual of Recommended Practice for Design, 27th Edition; ISBN# 978-1-607260-13-4; Publication #2096; Member Price: $116.96 + S/H; Nonmember Price: $129.95 + S/H.
Publications can be ordered online at www.acgih.org/store, or by calling our Customer Service Representatives at 513-742-2020. ACGIH® Members receive a 10% discount on the purchase of all ACGIH® Signature Publications.
ACGIH® is a member-based organization that advances occupational and environmental health. ACGIH® is one of the industry's leading publications resources, with approximately 400 titles relative to occupational and environmental health and safety, including the renowned TLVs® and BEIs®. For more information, visit the ACGIH® website at www.acgih.org or call our Customer Service Representatives at 513-742-2020.
Amy Bloomhuff, Esq., CAE
Associate Executive Director