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Specifying pressure guided air sealing

I am very interested in practical specifications for Multifamily and Commercial buildings  - larger than individual apartments.Assuming a number of common area zones with high ACH, (lobby's, meeting…Continue

Started May 28, 2014

 

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Specifying pressure guided air sealing

I am very interested in practical specifications for Multifamily and Commercial buildings  - larger than individual apartments.Assuming a number of common area zones with high ACH, (lobby's, meeting rooms, dinning, corridors, stairs...)  how does one effectively specify performance air sealing? - RFP and contract wording...- Target minimum % ACH reduction /zone  /average all zones.- Incentives for higher ACH reductions - fire separations - utility risers- before or after apartment air sealing-…See More
May 28, 2014
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