John Proctor's Discussions (14)

Discussions Replied To (9) Replies Latest Activity

"Thank you Eric So was this device a propane or natural gas heater. Do you have any s…"

John Proctor replied Jan 30 to Unvented Gas Space Heaters – Continued Delays

10 Feb 3
Reply by Eric Kjelshus

"You may have already see this, but if not it is worthwhile. Forwarded from Rick Chit…"

John Proctor replied Apr 6, 2015 to How Much Energy Do Building Energy Codes Really Save? Evidence from California

39 Apr 8, 2015
Reply by Sean Lintow Sr

"Well well. I am not Michael Blasnik, but I do know that when statistical analysis re…"

John Proctor replied Feb 19, 2015 to How Much Energy Do Building Energy Codes Really Save? Evidence from California

39 Apr 8, 2015
Reply by Sean Lintow Sr

"Hopefully Bob was saying the refrigerant was recovered not: "all gone" into the atmo…"

John Proctor replied Oct 12, 2014 to When replacing outdoor unit, is it necessary to also replace the indoor unit?????

7 Oct 16, 2014
Reply by Eric Kjelshus

"Aaren  Assuming you are talking about a new condensing unit for an AC there are a fe…"

John Proctor replied Oct 9, 2014 to When replacing outdoor unit, is it necessary to also replace the indoor unit?????

7 Oct 16, 2014
Reply by Eric Kjelshus

"Bob Almost everywhere (except places like Riyadh) there are occasions of dry in wet…"

John Proctor replied May 11, 2014 to Heat loss from ducts

20 May 12, 2014
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"Bob You are hitting on a important point -- the length of the time delays are very i…"

John Proctor replied May 11, 2014 to Heat loss from ducts

20 May 12, 2014
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"Bob your point about surface area is right on. To elaborate, put in the smallest AC/…"

John Proctor replied May 11, 2014 to Heat loss from ducts

20 May 12, 2014
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"George: As Iain noted the ASHRAE 152 calculation is pretty good and has stood the te…"

John Proctor replied Apr 14, 2014 to Heat loss from ducts

20 May 12, 2014
Reply by Bob Blanchette

RSS

Featured Forum Discussions

Too many BTU's. Too much horsepower?

Started by Steve in General Forum. Last reply by Eric Kjelshus yesterday. 4 Replies

Stack/wind pressure and flow networks.

Started by Daniel James Grundy in Training. Last reply by Daniel James Grundy on Thursday. 5 Replies

BDT with vermiculite in hollow CMU walls?

Started by Brad Cook in General Forum. Last reply by John Nicholas on Thursday. 2 Replies

Strange IR Image

Started by Larry Nissman in General Forum. Last reply by Brad Cook Mar 9. 7 Replies

Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

Latest Activity

Derrick Brodanex joined allen p tanner's group
Thumbnail

Energy Auditing Equipment for Sale, Trade or to Purchase

Discuss the pros and cons of the equipment you are interested in prior to purchase. Post equipment…See More
1 hour ago
Eric Kjelshus replied to Steve's discussion Too many BTU's. Too much horsepower?
"Its more about run time with high RH removing, than to large over sized AC unit, in houses.  …"
yesterday
Sarah OConnell posted a blog post

Crowdsourcing for Innovation

Share Your Ideas!Novel Building Envelope Design for Increased Thermal PerformanceIn 2014, more than…See More
yesterday
Colin de Paor is now a member of Home Energy Pros
yesterday
Walter Ahlgrim replied to Steve's discussion Too many BTU's. Too much horsepower?
"The 5 ton system you have is not 500 hp racecar engines they are 500 hp truck engines. The duct…"
Friday
Daniel James Grundy replied to Daniel James Grundy's discussion Stack/wind pressure and flow networks.
"So I wanted to start with a basic who can help then go into more detail later. But yes find…"
Thursday
Daniel James Grundy replied to Daniel James Grundy's discussion Stack/wind pressure and flow networks.
"My tutor got back to me and while areas don't quite feel right a little to much assumptions…"
Thursday
Brennan Less replied to Daniel James Grundy's discussion Stack/wind pressure and flow networks.
"Daniel, I'm assuming you're trying to predict the airflows through the different openings…"
Thursday

Home Energy Pros

Welcome to Home Energy Pros – the unique digital community by and for those who work in the home energy performance arena.

Home Energy Pros was founded by the developers of Home Energy Saver Pro (supported by the U.S. Department of Energy) and brought to you in partnership with Home Energy magazine.  Home Energy Pros is sponsored by the Better Buildings Residential Network. Please honor our Guidelines

© 2017   Created by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service