ASHRAE 62.2 Ventilation - Online Training

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ASHRAE 62.2 Ventilation - Online Training

Time: February 22, 2013 to February 22, 2014
Location: Online
Street: Your Street
City/Town: Your Town
Website or Map: http://homeenergypartners.com…
Phone: 828-350-1155
Event Type: online, training
Organized By: Home Energy Partners
Latest Activity: Jan 31, 2014

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To register: http://homeenergypartners.com/ashrae-62-2/

ASHRAE 62.2 is the standard in residential ventilation. Now required by ENERGY STAR Version 3 and the Department of Energy for all federally funded weatherization projects, ASHRAE 62.2 provides guideance on ventilation quantities, controls, and sound levels. This training provides you with the information you need to apply the standard to both new construction and existing homes.

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The online training includes the following material:

  • Why should we ventilate houses?
  • How to calculate ventilation volumes
  • ASHRAE 62.2 sound-level requirements
  • Alternative compliance for existing homes
  • How to measure exhaust fan airflow
  • How to use the calculation sheet (included)
  • How to properly size ductwork for exhaust fans
  • Projecting the post-retrofit CAZ (combustion appliance zone) pressure
  • Exhaust-only ventilation systems
  • Fan controls for exhaust-only ventilation systems
  • Supply-only ventilation systems
  • Balanced ventilation systems
  • And, lots of example projects - calculations, duct sizing, etc...

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