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ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 161-2007

Air Quality Within Commercial Aircraft

This second public review draft of proposed Standard 161 makes a number of independent substantive changes to the first public review draft in response to comments received. This standard defines the requirements for air quality in air-carrier aircraft and specifies methods of measurement and testing for compliance with the standard. It considers chemical, physical, and biological contaminants and factors such as moisture, temperature and pressure that may affect air quality.

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