Large Building Air Leakage Training

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Large Building Air Leakage Training

Time: May 18, 2012 all day
Location: Seattle
City/Town: Seattle
Phone: (855) 738-7683
Event Type: air, leakage, testing, for, large, buildings
Organized By: Silvie Votrubova
Latest Activity: Apr 26, 2012

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Event Description

Seattle code now requires all commercial buildings be tested for air tightness.

 

Spaces are limited! Register now and get all your large building testing questions answered!

The Air Barrier Solutions 2012 Seminar (hosted by BCRA) is taking place in Seattle, May 16th & 17th, 2012. Retrotec is excited to attend this informative event that covers air barrier system requirements, development, testing, and sustainability – register here!

 

Following the show, join us on May 18th for a 1 day hands-on workshop on Large Building Air Leakage Testing, which includes:

 

-          Retrotec’s Levels 1-3 Air Leakage and Large Building online training, which can be completed before or after the workshop. Certification is given with completion of this training.

-          2 industry experts, providing the most up-to-date procedures and answers to your questions

-          Introduction to FanTestic testing software

-          Hands-on time with equipment and live demonstrations

-          Catered lunch included

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