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WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT AIR COOLED CONDENSERS IS CORRECT? A.MORE EXPENSIVE THAN WATER COOLED CONDENSERS. B.HIGH MAINTENANCE. C.LIMITED.

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1 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT AIR COOLED CONDENSERS IS CORRECT? A.MORE EXPENSIVE THAN WATER COOLED CONDENSERS. B.HIGH MAINTENANCE. C.LIMITED TO SMALL CAPACITIES (UNDER 200 TONS). D.ALL OF THE ABOVE. Cooling Devices

2 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT AIR COOLED CONDENSERS IS CORRECT? A.MORE EXPENSIVE THAN WATER COOLED CONDENSERS. B.HIGH MAINTENANCE. C.LIMITED TO SMALL CAPACITIES (UNDER 200 TONS). D.ALL OF THE ABOVE.

3 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS IS CORRECT? A.MAXIMUM CAPACITY OF 5000 TONS. B.POTENTIAL VIBRATION PROBLEMS. C.RELATIVELY MAINTENANCE FREE. D.ALL OF THE ABOVE.

4 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS IS CORRECT? A.MAXIMUM CAPACITY OF 5000 TONS. B.POTENTIAL VIBRATION PROBLEMS. C.RELATIVELY MAINTENANCE FREE. D.ALL OF THE ABOVE.

5 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT DIRECT EXPANSION EVAPORATORS IS CORRECT? A. AVAILABLE IN CAPACITIES OVER 1000 TONS. B. THE FLUID THAT IMPARTS THE COOLING EFFECT IS THE REFRIGERANT. C. THE CONDENSER AND THE EVAPORATOR CANNOT BE MORE THAN 10 FEET APART. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

6 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT DIRECT EXPANSION EVAPORATORS IS CORRECT? A. AVAILABLE IN CAPACITIES OVER 1000 TONS. B. THE FLUID THAT IMPARTS THE COOLING EFFECT IS THE REFRIGERANT. C. THE CONDENSER AND THE EVAPORATOR CANNOT BE MORE THAN 10 FEET APART. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

7 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT ABSORPTION SYSTEMS IS CORRECT? A. LOW MAINTENANCE. B. QUIET OPERATION. C. REQUIRES LARGE AMOUNTS OF STEAM. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

8 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT ABSORPTION SYSTEMS IS CORRECT? A. LOW MAINTENANCE. B. QUIET OPERATION. C. REQUIRES LARGE AMOUNTS OF STEAM. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

9 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A CHARACTERISTIC OF WINDOW AIR CONDITIONERS? A. AVAILABLE IN SIZES UP TO 25 TONS. B. LONG LIFE. C. QUIET OPERATION. D. CONDENSATE LEAKS OR OVERFLOW MAY STREAK WALLS OR DRIP ON SIDEWALKS.

10 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A CHARACTERISTIC OF WINDOW AIR CONDITIONERS? A. AVAILABLE IN SIZES UP TO 25 TONS. B. LONG LIFE. C. QUIET OPERATION. D. CONDENSATE LEAKS OR OVERFLOW MAY STREAK WALLS OR DRIP ON SIDEWALKS.

11 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS AN APPLICATION OF THROUGH-THE-WALL UNITS? A. HOTELS & MOTELS. B. APARTMENTS & DORMITORIES. C. SCHOOL BUILDINGS. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE. UNITARY SYSTEMS

12 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS AN APPLICATION OF THROUGH-THE-WALL UNITS? A. HOTELS & MOTELS. B. APARTMENTS & DORMITORIES. C. SCHOOL BUILDINGS. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

13 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A CHARACTERISTIC OF ROOFTOP UNITS? A. LIMITED TO ONE-STORY APPLICATIONS. B. QUIET OPERATION. C. ALLOWS SEPARATE & INDEPENDENT CONTROL OF RELATIVELY SMALL AREAS WITHIN THE BUILDING. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

14 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A CHARACTERISTIC OF ROOFTOP UNITS? A. LIMITED TO ONE-STORY APPLICATIONS. B. QUIET OPERATION. C. ALLOWS SEPARATE & INDEPENDENT CONTROL OF RELATIVELY SMALL AREAS WITHIN THE BUILDING. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

15 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS AN ADVANTAGE OF UNITARY SYSTEMS OVER CENTRAL SYSTEMS? A. LOWER INITIAL COSTS. B. EASIER TO INSTALL. C. EQUIPMENT MALFUNCTION AFFECTS ONLY ONE ZONE. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

16 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS AN ADVANTAGE OF UNITARY SYSTEMS OVER CENTRAL SYSTEMS? A. LOWER INITIAL COSTS. B. EASIER TO INSTALL. C. EQUIPMENT MALFUNCTION AFFECTS ONLY ONE ZONE. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

17 HEAT PUMPS WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A CHARACTERISTIC OF HEAT PUMPS? A. PROVIDE HEATING ONLY. B. QUIET OPERATION. C. REQUIRES NO ON SITE COMBUSTION. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

18 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A CHARACTERISTIC OF HEAT PUMPS? A. PROVIDE HEATING ONLY. B. QUIET OPERATION. C. REQUIRES NO ON SITE COMBUSTION. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

19 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS IS BEST SUITED TO A CLOSED LOOP HEAT PUMP? A. SMALL SCALE HEATING ONLY APPLICATION. B. APPLICATIONS UNDER 5,000 SQUARE FEET. C. LARGE SCALE, HEATING ONLY APPLICATIONS. D. APPLICATIONS REQUIRING NEARLY BALANCED SIMULTANEOUS HEATING AND COOLING.

20 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS IS BEST SUITED TO A CLOSED LOOP HEAT PUMP? A. SMALL SCALE HEATING ONLY APPLICATION. B. APPLICATIONS UNDER 5,000 SQUARE FEET. C. LARGE SCALE, HEATING ONLY APPLICATIONS. D. APPLICATIONS REQUIRING NEARLY BALANCED SIMULTANEOUS HEATING AND COOLING.

21 DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT MECHANICAL ROOMS IS INCORRECT? A. AN INTAKE GRILLE IS REQUIRED FOR COMBUSTION AIR. B. A DOOR OR A REMOVABLE PANEL IS REQUIRED FOR REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT OF THE BOILER. C. THE MECHANICAL ROOM MUST BE LOCATED IN THE BASEMENT. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

22 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT MECHANICAL ROOMS IS INCORRECT? A. AN INTAKE GRILLE IS REQUIRED FOR COMBUSTION AIR. B. A DOOR OR A REMOVABLE PANEL IS REQUIRED FOR REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT OF THE BOILER. C. THE MECHANICAL ROOM MUST BE LOCATED IN THE BASEMENT. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

23 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COOLING TOWERS IS INCORRECT? A. IF LOCATED ON THE GROUND, THEY SHOULD BE AT LEAST 100 FEET FROM THE BUILDING. B. THEY REQUIRE ABOUT ONE SQUARE FOOT OF PLAN AREA PER TON OF REFRIGERATION C. THEY ARE ABOUT 4 TO 5 FEET IN HEIGHT. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

24 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COOLING TOWERS IS INCORRECT? A. IF LOCATED ON THE GROUND, THEY SHOULD BE AT LEAST 100 FEET FROM THE BUILDING. B. THEY REQUIRE ABOUT ONE SQUARE FOOT OF PLAN AREA PER TON OF REFRIGERATION C. THEY ARE ABOUT 4 TO 5 FEET IN HEIGHT. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

25 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT FAN ROOMS IS INCORRECT? A. THEY SHOULD BE CLOSE TO DISTRIBUTION SHAFTS. B. THEY SHOULD BE NEAR AN OUTSIDE WALL C. MULTIPLE FAN ROOM LOCATIONS FACILITATES ZONING. D. FAN ROOMS HAVE A MAXIMUM VERTICAL REACH OF 5 STORIES.

26 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT FAN ROOMS IS INCORRECT? A. THEY SHOULD BE CLOSE TO DISTRIBUTION SHAFTS. B. THEY SHOULD BE NEAR AN OUTSIDE WALL C. MULTIPLE FAN ROOM LOCATIONS FACILITATES ZONING. D. FAN ROOMS HAVE A MAXIMUM VERTICAL REACH OF 5 STORIES.

27 AIR DISTRUBUTION IN A LOW CEILINGED SPACE WHERE THE LOAD IS PRIMARILY COOLING, WHERE SHOULD SUPPLY & RETURNS BE PLACED? A. SUPPLY IN THE CEILING & RETURN IN THE FLOOR B. SUPPLY LOW ON AN OUTSIDE WALL & RETURN LOW ON AN INSIDE WALL. C. SUPPLY LOW ON AN OUTSIDE WALL & RETURN HIGH ON AN INSIDE WALL D. SUPPLY AND RETURN IN THE CEILING.

28 IN A HEATING ONLY APPLICATION, WHERE SHOULD SUPPLY & RETURNS BE PLACED? A. SUPPLY IN THE CEILING & RETURN IN THE FLOOR. B. SUPPLY LOW ON AN OUTSIDE WALL & RETURN LOW ON AN INSIDE WALL C. SUPPLY LOW ON AN OUTSIDE WALL & RETURN HIGH ON AN INSIDE WALL. D. SUPPLY AND RETURN IN THE CEILING

29 IN A HEATING ONLY APPLICATION, WHERE SHOULD SUPPLY & RETURNS BE PLACED? A. SUPPLY IN THE CEILING & RETURN IN THE FLOOR. B. SUPPLY LOW ON AN OUTSIDE WALL & RETURN LOW ON AN INSIDE WALL C. SUPPLY LOW ON AN OUTSIDE WALL & RETURN HIGH ON AN INSIDE WALL. D. SUPPLY AND RETURN IN THE CELING

30 IN A HEATING & COOLING APPLICATION WHERE HEATING IS THE DOMINATE LOAD, WHERE SHOULD SUPPLY & RETURNS BE PLACED? A. SUPPLY IN THE CEILING & RETURN IN THE FLOOR. B. SUPPLY LOW ON AN OUTSIDE WALL & RETURN LOW ON AN INSIDE WALL. C. SUPPLY LOW ON AN OUTSIDE WALL & RETURN HIGH ON AN INSIDE WALL. D. SUPPLY AND RETURN IN THE CEILING

31 IN A HEATING & COOLING APPLICATION WHERE HEATING IS THE DOMINATE LOAD, WHERE SHOULD SUPPLY & RETURNS BE PLACED? A. SUPPLY IN THE CEILING & RETURN IN THE FLOOR. B. SUPPLY LOW ON AN OUTSIDE WALL & RETURN LOW ON AN INSIDE WALL. C. SUPPLY LOW ON AN OUTSIDE WALL & RETURN HIGH ON AN INSIDE WALL. D. SUPPLY AND RETURN IN THE CEILING

32 IN A HIGH CEILINGED SPACE WHERE THE DOMINATE LOAD IS COOLING & STRATIFICATION IS DESIRED, WHERE SHOULD SUPPLY & RETURNS BE PLACED? A. SUPPLY IN THE CEILING & RETURN IN THE FLOOR. B. SUPPLY LOW ON AN OUTSIDE WALL & RETURN LOW ON AN INSIDE WALL. C. SUPPLY AND RETURN IN A SIDE WALL LOCATION. D. SUPPLY AND RETURN IN THE CEILING.

33 IN A HIGH CEILINGED SPACE WHERE THE DOMINATE LOAD IS COOLING & STRATIFICATION IS DESIRED, WHERE SHOULD SUPPLY & RETURNS BE PLACED? A. SUPPLY IN THE CEILING & RETURN IN THE FLOOR. B. SUPPLY LOW ON AN OUTSIDE WALL & RETURN LOW ON AN INSIDE WALL. C. SUPPLY AND RETURN IN A SIDE WALL LOCATION. D. SUPPLY AND RETURN IN THE CEILING.

34 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ROOMS TYPICALLY REQUIRE LOCALIZED EXHAUST? A. KITCHENS. B. BATHROOMS. C. LABORATORIES. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

35 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ROOMS TYPICALLY REQUIRE LOCALIZED EXHAUST? A. KITCHENS. B. BATHROOMS. C. LABORATORIES. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

36 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SYSTEMS WOULD BE BEST SUITED TO PROVIDING LARGE QUANTITIES OF MAKE-UP AIR? A. WATER SYSTEM WITH FANCOIL UNITS. B. ROOFTOP UNITARY SYSTEMS. C. HYDRONIC SYSTEM WITH BASEBOARD CONVECTORS. D. ALL-AIR SYSTEMS.

37 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SYSTEMS WOULD BE BEST SUITED TO PROVIDING LARGE QUANTITIES OF MAKE-UP AIR? A. WATER SYSTEM WITH FANCOIL UNITS. B. ROOFTOP UNITARY SYSTEMS. C. HYDRONIC SYSTEM WITH BASEBOARD CONVECTORS. D. ALL-AIR SYSTEMS.

38 EXAM 1 REVIEW THE WALL FIREPLACE WAS INVENTED IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CENTURIES? A. 8 TH CENTURY. B. 11 TH CENTURY. C. 14 TH CENTURY. D. 16 TH CENTURY.

39 THE WALL FIREPLACE WAS INVENTED IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CENTURIES? A. 8 TH CENTURY. B. 11 TH CENTURY. C. 14 TH CENTURY. D. 16 TH CENTURY.

40 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT INDEX OF COMFORT? A. WET-BULB TEMPERATURE. B. MEAN RADIANT TEMPERATURE. C. RELATIVE HUMIDITY. D. DRY-BULB TEMPERATURE.

41 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT INDEX OF COMFORT? A. WET-BULB TEMPERATURE. B. MEAN RADIANT TEMPERATURE. C. RELATIVE HUMIDITY. D. DRY-BULB TEMPERATURE.

42 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A CHARACTERISTIC OF GLOBE THERMOMETER TEMPERATURE? A. EMPIRICALLY DERIVED. B. TAKES INTO ACCOUNT DRY-BULB TEMPERATURE AND AIR MOVEMENT. C. MEASURES THE NET RADIANT HEAT RECEIVED FROM THE SURROUNDING SURFACES. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

43 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A CHARACTERISTIC OF GLOBE THERMOMETER TEMPERATURE? A. EMPIRICALLY DERIVED. B. TAKES INTO ACCOUNT DRY-BULB TEMPERATURE AND AIR MOVEMENT. C. MEASURES THE NET RADIANT HEAT RECEIVED FROM THE SURROUNDING SURFACES. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

44 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES WOULD BE HIGHEST ON THE MET SCALE? A. SLEEPING. B. SEATED & WRITING. C. DANCING. D. WALKING.

45 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES WOULD BE HIGHEST ON THE MET SCALE? A. SLEEPING. B. SEATED & WRITING. C. DANCING. D. WALKING.

46 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A COLORLESS GAS WITH A PUNGENT IRRITATING ODOR? A. RADON. B. FORMALDEHYDE. C. CARBON MONOXIDE. D. NITROGEN OXIDE.

47 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A COLORLESS GAS WITH A PUNGENT IRRITATING ODOR? A. RADON. B. FORMALDEHYDE. C. CARBON MONOXIDE. D. NITROGEN OXIDE.

48 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE NUMBER OF HOURS REQUIRED FOR ONE BTU TO FLOW THROUGH ONE SQUARE FOOT OF MATERIAL, ONE INCH THICK, WHEN THE TEMPERATURE DROP IS ONE DEGREE F? A. CONDUCTIVITY. B. CONDUCTANCE. C. RESISTIVITY. D. RESISTANCE.

49 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE NUMBER OF HOURS REQUIRED FOR ONE BTU TO FLOW THROUGH ONE SQUARE FOOT OF MATERIAL, ONE INCH THICK, WHEN THE TEMPERATURE DROP IS ONE DEGREE F? A. CONDUCTIVITY. B. CONDUCTANCE. C. RESISTIVITY. D. RESISTANCE.

50 WHERE SHOULD VAPOR BARRIERS BE PLACED? A. OUTSIDE SURFACE (COLD SIDE). B. CORE OF WALL ASSEMBLY. C. INSIDE SURFACE (WARM SIDE). D. BOTH INSIDE & OUTSIDE SURFACE. EXAM 2 REVIEW

51 WHERE SHOULD VAPOR BARRIERS BE PLACED? A. OUTSIDE SURFACE (COLD SIDE). B. CORE OF WALL ASSEMBLY. C. INSIDE SURFACE (WARM SIDE). D. BOTH INSIDE & OUTSIDE SURFACE.

52 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A SOURCE OF INTERNAL HEAT GAIN? A. PEOPLE. B. LIGHTS. C. EQUIPMENT. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

53 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A SOURCE OF INTERNAL HEAT GAIN? PEOPLE. LIGHTS. EQUIPMENT. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

54 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE EQUIVALENT OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE THAT WOULD, IN THE ABSENCE OF SOLAR RADIATION, CAUSE THE SAME AMOUNT OF HEAT GAIN AS ACTUALLY EXISTS DUE TO BOTH THE REAL OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE AND THE SOLAR RADIATION? A. EFFECTIVE TEMPERATURE. B. OPERATIVE TEMPERATURE. C. RESULTANT TEMPERATURE. D. SOL-AIR TEMPERATURE.

55 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE EQUIVALENT OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE THAT WOULD, IN THE ABSENCE OF SOLAR RADIATION, CAUSE THE SAME AMOUNT OF HEAT GAIN AS ACTUALLY EXISTS DUE TO BOTH THE REAL OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE AND THE SOLAR RADIATION? A. EFFECTIVE TEMPERATURE. B. OPERATIVE TEMPERATURE. C. RESULTANT TEMPERATURE. D. SOL-AIR TEMPERATURE.

56 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CAN BE USED IN LOW OR HIGH PRESSURE APPLICATIONS? A. CAST-IRON. B. FIRE TUBE. C. WATER TUBE. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE

57 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CAN BE USED IN LOW OR HIGH PRESSURE APPLICATIONS? A. CAST-IRON. B. FIRE TUBE. C. WATER TUBE. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE

58 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A CHARACTERISTIC OF CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR? A. AVAILABLE IN LARGER CAPACITIES THAN RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS. B. RELIABLE AND RELATIVELY FREE OF MAINTENANCE. C. BETTER CAPACITY VARIATION THAN RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

59 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A CHARACTERISTIC OF CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR? A. AVAILABLE IN LARGER CAPACITIES THAN RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS. B. RELIABLE AND RELATIVELY FREE OF MAINTENANCE. C. BETTER CAPACITY VARIATION THAN RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

60 HOW FAR APART CAN THE CONDENSER & EVAPORATOR BE PLACED IN A DIRECT EXPANSION SYSTEM? A. 10 FEET. B. 50 FEET. C. 100 FEET. D. 200 FEET.

61 HOW FAR APART CAN THE CONDENSER & EVAPORATOR BE PLACED IN A DIRECT EXPANSION SYSTEM? A. 10 FEET. B. 50 FEET. C. 100 FEET. D. 200 FEET.

62 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SYSTEMS IS BEST SUITED TO HANDLING THE PERIMETER ZONE OF AN OFFICE BUILDING WHICH USES A VARIABLE AIR VOLUME SYSTEM TO CONDITION CORE SPACES? A. UNIT HEATER. B. INFRARED HEATERS. C. ALL-WATER SYSTEM WITH FANCOIL UNITS. D. WINDOW AIR-CONDITIONERS. EXAM 3 REVIEW

63 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SYSTEMS IS BEST SUITED TO HANDLING THE PERIMETER ZONE OF AN OFFICE BUILDING WHICH USES A VARIABLE AIR VOLUME SYSTEM TO CONDITION CORE SPACES? A. UNIT HEATER. B. INFRARED HEATERS. C. ALL-WATER SYSTEM WITH FANCOIL UNITS. D. WINDOW AIR-CONDITIONERS.

64 STRATIFICATION AS AN ENERGY SAVING TECHNIQUE WOULD BE BEST SUITED TO WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS? A. LOW CEILING OFFICE SPACE. B. SPACES USING ECONOMIZER CYCLES. C. SPACES REQUIRING SIMULTANEOUS HEATING AND COOLING. D. HIGH CEILING READING ROOMS OF LIBRARIES.

65 STRATIFICATION AS AN ENERGY SAVING TECHNIQUE WOULD BE BEST SUITED TO WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS? A. LOW CEILING OFFICE SPACE. B. SPACES USING ECONOMIZER CYCLES. C. SPACES REQUIRING SIMULTANEOUS HEATING AND COOLING. D. HIGH CEILING READING ROOMS OF LIBRARIES.

66 PRECOOLING IS BEST SUITED TO WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS? A. ALL GLASS OFFICE BUILDINGS. B. HIGH CEILINGED LIBRARY READING ROOMS. C. ASSEMBLY SPACES WITH HIGH MASS CONSTRUCTION. D. DISTRICT HEATING APPLICATIONS.

67 PRECOOLING IS BEST SUITED TO WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS? A. ALL GLASS OFFICE BUILDINGS. B. HIGH CEILINGED LIBRARY READING ROOMS. C. ASSEMBLY SPACES WITH HIGH MASS CONSTRUCTION. D. DISTRICT HEATING APPLICATIONS.

68 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SYSTEMS IS BEST SUITED TO APPLICATIONS REQUIRING LARGE QUANTITIES OF MAKE-UP AIR? A. TWO-PIPE HYDRONIC. B. ALL-AIR SYSTEMS. C. STEAM SYSTEMS. D. FOUR-PIPE SYSTEMS WITH FANCOIL UNITS.

69 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SYSTEMS IS BEST SUITED TO APPLICATIONS REQUIRING LARGE QUANTITIES OF MAKE-UP AIR? A. TWO-PIPE HYDRONIC. B. ALL-AIR SYSTEMS. C. STEAM SYSTEMS. D. FOUR-PIPE SYSTEMS WITH FANCOIL UNITS.

70 THE DISTANCE THAT AIR CAN BE THROWN QUIETLY FROM A SIDEWALL OUTLET IS APPROXIMATELY: A. 15 FEET. B. 30 FEET. C. 60 FEET. D. 120 FEET.

71 THE DISTANCE THAT AIR CAN BE THROWN QUIETLY FROM A SIDEWALL OUTLET IS APPROXIMATELY: A. 15 FEET. B. 30 FEET. C. 60 FEET. D. 120 FEET.

72 IN A LARGE, LOW CEILING OFFICE SPACE WHERE THE PRIMARY LOAD IS COOLING, WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SUPPLY AND RETURN OUTLET LOCATION IS MOST APPROPRIATE? A. SUPPLY IN THE CEILING, RETURN IN THE FLOOR. B. SUPPLY AND RETURN IN THE FLOOR. C. SUPPLY AND RETURN IN THE CEILING. D. SUPPLY IN THE FLOOR AND RETURN IN THE CEILING.

73 IN A LARGE, LOW CEILING OFFICE SPACE WHERE THE PRIMARY LOAD IS COOLING, WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SUPPLY AND RETURN OUTLET LOCATION IS MOST APPROPRIATE? A. SUPPLY IN THE CEILING, RETURN IN THE FLOOR. B. SUPPLY AND RETURN IN THE FLOOR. C. SUPPLY AND RETURN IN THE CEILING. D. SUPPLY IN THE FLOOR AND RETURN IN THE CEILING.

74 WHAT IS THE REQUIRED LIFT IN PSI FOR A TOILET ON THE 8TH FLOOR OF AN APARTMENT BUILDING WITH A 10 FLOOR TO FLOOR HEIGHT? A PSI. B PSI. C PSI. D PSI. EXAM REVIEW 4

75 WHAT IS THE REQUIRED LIFT IN PSI FOR A TOILET ON THE 8TH FLOOR OF AN APARTMENT BUILDING WITH A 10 FLOOR TO FLOOR HEIGHT? A PSI. B PSI. C PSI. D PSI. PSI= 10 X 8 PER FLOOR/ 2.3 PER PSI + 15 PSI= 49.8

76 IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS SHOULD SUPPLY PIPING BE INSULATED? A. WHEN PLASTIC PIPING IS USED. B. HOT WATER SUPPLY IN A DIRECT MAKE-UP SYSTEM. C. HOT WATER SUPPLY IN A CONTINUOUS LOOP SYSTEM. D. ALL SUPPLY PIPING SHOULD BE INSULATED.

77 IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS SHOULD SUPPLY PIPING BE INSULATED? A. WHEN PLASTIC PIPING IS USED. B. HOT WATER SUPPLY IN A DIRECT MAKE-UP SYSTEM. C. HOT WATER SUPPLY IN A CONTINUOUS LOOP SYSTEM. D. ALL SUPPLY PIPING SHOULD BE INSULATED.

78 WHEN A SIPHON-JET IS USED WITH A FLUSH VALVE, THE WATER CLOSET IS REFERRED TO AS WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING? A. BLOWOUT SYSTEM. B. WASHDOWN SYSTEM. C. FLUSH TANK. D. FLUSHOMETER

79 WHEN A SIPHON-JET IS USED WITH A FLUSH VALVE, THE WATER CLOSET IS REFERRED TO AS WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING? A. BLOWOUT SYSTEM. B. WASHDOWN SYSTEM. C. FLUSH TANK. D. FLUSHOMETER

80 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS AN APPROPRIATE LOCATION FOR A CLEANOUT? A. AT THE BEGINNING OF A BRANCH LINE. B. AT THE BASE OF EACH STACK. C. NO MORE THAN 50 FEET APART IN BRANCH LINES AND BUILDING DRAINS UP TO 4 INCHES IN DIAMETER. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE

81 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS AN APPROPRIATE LOCATION FOR A CLEANOUT? A. AT THE BEGINNING OF A BRANCH LINE. B. AT THE BASE OF EACH STACK. C. NO MORE THAN 50 FEET APART IN BRANCH LINES AND BUILDING DRAINS UP TO 4 INCHES IN DIAMETER. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE

82 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS USED TO DETERMINE THE SIZE OF GUTTERS? A. MAXIMUM RAINFALL IN A ONE HOUR PERIOD. B. PROJECTED ROOF AREA. C. GUTTER SLOPE. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

83 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS USED TO DETERMINE THE SIZE OF GUTTERS? A. MAXIMUM RAINFALL IN A ONE HOUR PERIOD. B. PROJECTED ROOF AREA. C. GUTTER SLOPE. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

84 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DETECTION SYSTEMS IS MOST RELIABLE? A. IONIZATION DETECTORS B. MANUAL PULL STATION. C. HEAT DETECTORS. D. SMOKE DETECTORS.

85 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DETECTION SYSTEMS IS MOST RELIABLE? A. IONIZATION DETECTORS B. MANUAL PULL STATION. C. HEAT DETECTORS. D. SMOKE DETECTORS.

86 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT HYDRAULIC ELEVATORS IS CORRECT? A. CAN TRAVEL WELL BEYOND 30 STORIES. B. REQUIRE A PENTHOUSE. C. GENERALLY LESS EXPENSIVE THAN A CABLE ELEVATOR. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.

87 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT HYDRAULIC ELEVATORS IS CORRECT? A. CAN TRAVEL WELL BEYOND 30 STORIES. B. REQUIRE A PENTHOUSE. C. GENERALLY LESS EXPENSIVE THAN A CABLE ELEVATOR. D. ALL OF THE ABOVE.


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