A couple of weeks ago at the ACI Conference I was afforded the opportunity to present at a Building America Expert Meeting for the discussion on Determining Air Change Rates in Envelope Leakage in Attached Dwellings.  Specifically my presentation covered the Feasibility and Futures of Infiltration Testing on Low-Rise Multifamily Housing where I was able to share how we at NRCERT have been able to audit and specifically perform infiltration testing on Low-Rise Multifamily (LRMF) housing and discuss the quantity and quality of the data we've been able to collect by doing so.

At the end of the presentation, several people in the meeting room expressed interest in reviewing a sampling of the data we can provide.  In the chance that anyone viewing on the streaming webinar at that time would like to take a look at a sampling of our data, or anyone particularly interested in the subject matter, I would like to include you in the discussion.

If you respond to this thread with your contact information, I would be happy to share this data on LRMF infiltration test results with you.

Cheers!

Chase Counts

Trainer, New River Center for Energy Research & Training (NRCERT)

ccounts@chpc2.org

www.nrcert.org

Tags: Air, Attached, Envelope, Infiltration, Leakage, Low-Rise, Multifamily

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Chase,

Please share this information with me. I appreciate it.

Kind regards,

Amanda Ayoub

PECI

AAyoub@peci.org

503-467-0902

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