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Responses for the June 2012 Evaluation Committee Meeting (through May 27, 2012)

Tuesday June 5, 2012
8:45 AM Start

  1. AC179 — Proposed Revisions to the Acceptance Criteria for Metallic HVAC Duct Enclosures Assemblies. Revisions are proposed to add new Sections 3.7 and 5.6 related to the use of the enclosure materials to protect ducts used in pressurization systems in stairway and elevator hoistways under IBC Sections 909.20.5 and 909.21.3, respectively. Click here.
  1. AC101 — Proposed Revisions to the Acceptance Criteria for Grease Duct Enclosure Assemblies. Revisions are proposed to change the scope of the criteria to address segmented grease duct systems that are alternatives to those specified in Section 506.3 of the IMC. Click here.
  1. AC358 Proposed Revisions to the Acceptance Criteria for Helical Foundation Systems and Devices. Revisions are proposed to update the criteria to the 2012 and 2009 codes, revise the title, and to incorporate new revisions proposed by the Helical Pile Adhoc Committee Group. Portions of this subject were previously considered by the Evaluation Committee in October 2011. Click here.
  1. AC443—Proposed Acceptance Criteria for Screw Foundation Systems (SFSs). A new criteria is proposed to address requirements for the evaluation of screw foundation systems (SFSs), which are factory manufactured steel foundations consisting of a central shaft with helical-shaped screw threads and a top connection device to allow for attachment to the supported structures. Click here.

Thursday June 7, 2012
8:00 AM Start

  1. AC416 Proposed Acceptance Criteria for Enhanced Light Frame Shear Walls Using Glass Fiber-reinforced Polymer (GFRP) Composite Systems. A new criteria is proposed to address the requirements for glass fiber-reinforced polymer (GFRP) composite systems applied to existing light-framed shear walls. Portions of this subject were previously considered by the Evaluation Committee in June 2010. Click here.