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Installation Planning Guide
The length of time you should condition your paper depends on
the amount of paper and the difference between the storage and
operating temperatures.
Use the following chart to determine the length of time needed to
condition stacked cartons of paper.
NOTE: The numbers in the top two rows indicate the
temperature difference between the storage area and the
operating environment, not actual room temperatures.
Table A-4. Paper conditioning: Recommended temperature
differences between storage and operating areas
Temperature differences between storage and
operating areas
Fahrenheit
o
o
10
15
Centigrade
o
o
5.5
8.5
Carton
Hours
s
1
4
8
5
5
9
10
8
14
20
11
16
40
14
19
Example: (See the shaded rows in the table above.) If you want
to move ten cartons of paper from a storage area with a
temperature of 90 oF to an operating area with a temperature of
75 oF (a 15o difference), you should do so at least 14 hours
before using the paper.
o
o
o
20
25
30
o
o
o
11
13
17
11
14
17
12
15
18
18
22
27
23
28
35
26
32
38
o
o
40
50
o
o
22
28
24
34
25
35
38
51
48
67
54
75
A-11

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