We have a project where we're adding a sound (anechoic) chamber and and protecting it with clean agent.
A question came up as to whether or not dampers are required for the HVAC system that provide supply and return air to the pre-manufactured chamber.
Is an anechoic chamber required to have dampers for limiting the migration of the clean agent?
My thinking is that the clean agent will be activated by an air sampling system, so there should be no meaningful amount of smoke in the chamber.
That said, do the dampers have to be listed for fire/smoke?
Any help with getting specifics from code or a clearer understanding is always appreciated from the community so thanks in advance.
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