Riser Ductwork #1
In the following series of test there will be no numbered items given. It will be up to you to determine what you need. Start as always at the source or the largest duct and continue along the main until you get to the end, and then go back and pickup each branch.
Make sure that you have completed all the practice test first.
Download the PDF Takeoff form or use your own tablet or computer to record your answers that match the list for each of the following takeoffs. These forms have more spaces than you should need for each test.
Write down a description of the duct or fitting along with the appropriate size if shown. After you have completed your takeoff, check your answers with the online answer sheet.
Exclude the 32” x 32” branch connection on the riser from your takeoff.
Fill in the PDF Takeoff Form with answers to Riser Ductwork #1 Image Above.
Vertical Fan Coil – Supply, Return & OSA Ductwork #2
Start with the Supply, then the Return and finish with the OSA ductwork.. Do your best to identify every piece of duct or fitting. In order to do a proper takeoff in this example you’ll need to review Section View “A” in order to correctly identify all the pieces required.
Again, don’t worry about the lengths of ducts, just indicate that there is a section of duct required. Download the PDF Takeoff Form if you haven’t already or use your own tablet or computer to record your answers.
Use the below section view to help you determine the correct pieces.
Rooftop Packaged Unit Ductwork #3
Download the PDF Takeoff form or use your own tablet or computer to record your answers that match the list for each of the following. Start with the Supply Air.
Compare your answers to the Answer Sheet to see how well you did. If you missed any duct or fitting try to determine why, and or spend more time familiarizing yourself with the application of that missed item.