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Exhaust fan in boiler room.
I have what appears to be an easy question but my knowledge of locations of codes are at a loss on this one. Where can I find the code requirements that specifically state you cannot exhaust a boiler room?? I have a job at 4 buildings for the Air National Guard, where they are doing exzctly this. The contractor involved does not believe me when I explained to him the "bad" way of exhausting the air. Believe it or not, in one of the buildings, he interlocked the exhaust fan with the burner operating controls too! And even uses the proving switch for the EXHAUST to be used as a "Running Interlock" I have to show him in print, the error of his ways and I cant seem to locate it in the BOCA book. Anyone out there that can help???? In the words of the Duke,........ Much Obliged. Jeff Krawic
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