Ventilation duct is a municipal infrastructure to circulate air and reduce the concentration of harmful gases. The plates, profiles and other main finished materials used for the fabrication and installation of ventilation pipes and air ducts shall comply with the provisions of the current design and relevant product standards, and the factory inspection certificate shall be applied. The materials shall be accepted according to the current relevant standards when entering the site. Ventilation pipes are divided by material: generally, they are: steel plate air pipe, galvanized plate air pipe, stainless steel air pipe, FRP air pipe, plastic air pipe, composite air pipe, color steel sandwich insulation plate air pipe, double-sided aluminum foil insulation air pipe, single-sided color steel insulation air pipe, adhesive coated cloth air pipe, mining plastic air pipe, etc;
1. For complex civil buildings, in the design stage, various types of work shall first negotiate the space separation and determine the elevation range of each kind of pipeline. Under normal circumstances, you shall not go beyond the limits set for yourself. In case of crossing the boundary of an individual pipe section, it shall negotiate with other projects.
2. The principle to solve the collision and coordination of various ventilation pipes is generally as follows: "small pipe gives way to large pipe, pressure gives way to no pressure". For example, if the water pipe collides with the air pipe, the water pipe should turn. If the cold and hot water pipes collide with the downpipe, the cold and hot water pipes shall be changed.
3. Before construction, the engineer of the equipment header shall draw the pipeline and single line of each type of work on a plan. Use a color pen for each pipe. Synthesize the elevation at each intersection to see if there is any contradiction, find it in time and solve the problem before installation.
4. In order to reduce investment, save space and reduce floor height, some pipes without slope requirements can be laid through beams.