Determining the Required Capacity of Residential Space Heating and Cooling Appliances
This Standard provides a calculation method for determining the output capacity
of a residential space heating appliance or group of appliances, and the output
capacity of a residential cooling appliance or group of appliances required to
maintain specified indoor environmental conditions under specified outdoor
This Standard also provides restrictions on selecting the output capacity of a
specific space heating or cooling appliance or group of appliances.
This Standard applies to space heating and cooling appliances for use in small
buildings of residential occupancy as defined in Subsection 126.96.36.199.(a) Group c
of the National Building Code of Canada, where the appliances are permanently
installed within the dwelling units they serve.
This Standard does not deal with detailed design and installation of space
heating and cooling systems, but is based on the assumption that the
distribution system design complies with good engineering practice as described
in the applicable building codes and standards.