We've received a lot of calls of (panicked) HVAC contractors on this new code requiring duct leakage testing. Can anyone shed some light on this? Do the requirements vary state - state? Can anyone…Continue
"Tracy/Matt, Welcome. I believe that here in NY that NYSERDA has done several studies. I have not seen them but you can go to nyserda.org and go to the multifamily program and see what you can dig up......"
Does anyone know of professional MARKET STUDY results to assess the demand for home performance, weatherization or other related services for multifamily buildings? Please advise if you can offer any information regarding existing market studies and/or resources that might be engaged to conduct such a study of our target markets (Virginia and/or mid-Atlantic region). If so can you share below or email or contact us?CSOrders@ConservationStrategies.com804-525-7655800-989-6686Thanks!Tracy &…See More
For too long there has been relatively little EE focus on multifamily, but some new programs have recently started. This group gives us a venue to share our experiences on cost effective audit & retrofit strategies and analysis tool needs.See More
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"@Johnny - I'm not a big fan of the timeline layout as the posts and other updates seem cluttered but I do love the large cover photo as I like to use it to highlight specials or new products. I just created an cover image to feature a…"
"Glued joints on PVC pipe would be more "idiot-proof" vs metal/flex than needs to be taped/mastic to be effectively sealed. Take offs could be 45 degree Wye connectors, no different than used with metal ductwork designs. The real key would…"
The issue is not the product. The issue is the installation. I've seen holes in ducts, and those holes would be there in PVC, if it were used for ducts. Someone would incompletely glue a joint, and air would leak! As for…"
These items were probably never used. They sat in a Community College warehouse for 9 months, and had to be returned because of bureaucratic budget technicalities. We sent the equipment back to The Energy Conservatory for inspection and recalibration. Everything checked out fine.Standard Model 3 Minneapolis Blower Door system which includes:Fan with variable speed controller and fan control cable.Two Flow Rings (A and B) and No Flow Plate.DG-700 Pressure and Flow GaugeTECTITE™ Building…See More
"Why not use PVC pipe for ductwork? It would be water tight, zero air leakage. With tight building construction, you could put a 4" duct where a conventional system would have needed a 6". Since pipes would be smaller they would be easier…"
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