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Interpretations for Standard 62-1989

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Interpretation 62-1989-1 - June 22, 1991 (Ref. Table 2.1, Requirements for ventilation of public restrooms in paragraphs 6.1.3.1, 6.1.3.2 and 6.1.3.4)

Interpretation 62-1989-2 - Original: July 24, 1991; Rev.: December 13, 1993 (Ref. Paragraphs 5.6 on mimizing microbial growth and effects of humidity and moisture incursion, 5.11 and 5.12)

Interpretation 62-1989-3 - April 4, 1993 (Ref. Table 2.1, Outdoor Air Ventilation Requirements - Commercial Facilities Estimated Maximum Occupancy)

Interpretation 62-1989-4 - April 20, 1993 (Ref. Table 2 [reprint marked STD 62 Rev 10/91 G on outside back cover]

Interpretation 62-1989-5 - April 30, 1993 (Ref. Table 2, 'Sports and Amusements')

Interpretation 62-1989-6 - June 27, 1993 (Ref. Paragraph 6.1.3.4, Intermittent or variable occupancy)

Interpretation 62-1989-7 - June 27, 1993 (Ref. 6.1.3 Ventilation Requirements, including the footnote to Table 2 and to 6.2.1 Quantitative Evaluation, second paragraph)

Interpretation 62-1989-8 - September 22, 1993 (Ref. Paragraphs 5.1 and 5.11 - effects of humidity demonstrating 'sufficient' natural ventilation)

Interpretation 62-1989-9 - October 6, 1993 (Ref. Addendum 62a-1990, paragraph 6.1.3, Ventilation Requirements)

Interpretation 62-1989-10 - October 18, 1993 (Ref. Subsection 6.1 Ventilation Rate Procedure, and paragraph 6.1.3.4 Intermittent or Variable Occupancy)

Interpretation 62-1989-11 - December 9, 1993 (Ref. Subsection 5.4 and Section 6, Procedures for maintaining acceptable indoor air quality.)

Interpretation 62-1989-12 - December 9, 1993 (Ref. Addendum 62a-1990, paragraph 6.1.3.4, Intermittent or variable occupancy)

Interpretation 62-1989-13 - January 20, 1994 (Ref. Appendix C, Guidance for the Establishment of Air Quality Criteria for the Indoor Environment on use of TLVs.)

Interpretation 62-1989-14 - May 1, 1994 (Ref.6.1.3, Ventilation Requirements, and Table 2.3, Outdoor Air Requirements for Ventilation of Residential Facilities (Private Dwellings, Single, Multiple), and specifically to the comments in Table 2.3 associated with the entry, 'Living areas.' Also referenced is ANSI/ASHRAE 136-1993, A Method of Determining Air Change Rates in Detached DwellingSubsections. )

Interpretation 62-1989-15 - June 3, 1994 (Ref. 6.1.3.4, Intermittent and variable occupancy criteria in Standard 62-1989)

Interpretation 62-1989-16 - June 26, 1994 (Ref. Paragraph 6.1.3 and 6.1.3.1)

Interpretation 62-1989-17 - Orig. September 11, 1994; SI equiv. added September 27, 1994 (Ref. Subsections 5.4, 6.1.3.4, Intermittent or variable occupancy and 6.1.3.1, Multiple Spaces Ventilation Requirements)

Interpretation 62-1989-18 - January 29, 1995 (Ref. Table 2, under Public Spaces: Corridors and Utilities)

Interpretation 62-1989-19 - January 29, 1995 (Ref. Subsection 6.1.3.4), Intermittent or variable occupancy

Interpretation 62-1989-20 - January 29, 1995 (Ref. CO2 requirements in 6.1.3 Ventilation Requirements)

Interpretation 62-1989-21 - June 26, 1995 (Ref. Ventilation Rate Procedure particularly in 6.1.3.1 Multiple Spaces Method)

Interpretation 62-1989-22 - June 26, 1995 (Ref. Table 2. footnote, 'Net Occupied Space')

Interpretation 62-1989-23 - June 26, 1995 (Ref. Clause 3 Definitions, 6.1.3 Ventilation Requirements, 6.1.3.1 Multiple Spaces, 6.1.3.3 Ventilation Effectiveness, 6.1.3.4 Intermittent or Variable Occupancy, and 6.2 Indoor Air Quality Procedure, Table 3)

Interpretation 62-1989-24 - July 12, 1995 (Ref. Table 2 and subclause 6.1.3.3, Ventilation Effectiveness-supply rates of outdoor air)

Interpretation 62-1989-25 - January 26, 1997 (Ref. Subclause 6.2 Indoor Air Quality Procedure and 6.2.1, quantitative evaluation)

Interpretation 62-1989-26 - January 26, 1997 (Ref. Requirements given in subclause 6.1.3.4, Intermittent or variable occupancy)

Interpretation 62-1989-27 - January 26, 1997 (Ref. Subclauses 6.1.3 Ventilation Requirements, 6.1.3.4 Intermittent or Variable Occupancies, and Figure 4 Maximum Permissible Ventilation Lag Time)

Interpretation 62-1989-28 - April 26, 1998 (Ref. Table 2, Hotels, Motels, Resorts, Dormitories)

Interpretation 62-1989-29 - April 26, 1998 (Ref. Section 6.2, Indoor Air Quality Procedure and 1000 ppm CO2 guideline in Table 3)

Interpretation 62-1989-30 - January 1999 (Ref. Section 6.1.3 Ventilation Requirements, Exception 1)

Interpretation 62-1989-31 - April 1, 1999 (Ref. Table 2 relating to vehicles)

Interpretation 62-1989-32 - June 19, 1999 (Ref. Tables 2)