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RESNET CAZ Training

Not BPI Certified & looking for a RESNET CAZ training in the Pacific NW?  I've only found 1 and it's full.  Anybody know of any in Wash…

Started by Kent Mitchell

2 Jan 14
Reply by Everblue Training

Which is the valid draft test?

The L-shaped probe grew legs, so this was improvised with a straight metal tube. There seems to be a persistent notion that angling the…

Started by Griffin Hagle

14 Mar 12, 2014
Reply by tedkidd

Basic CAZ instructions may not provide the correct number.

When you measure the worst case depressurization of a CAZ are you measuring the pressure in the appliance room or the room above it?  When…

Started by Bud Poll

0 Dec 19, 2013

Backdrafting Fireplaces and Wood Stoves

  BPI does not consider fireplaces or wood stoves to be combustion appliances.  Yet they produce CO and can backdraft fumes into a house. …

Started by Adam Zielinski

3 Dec 2, 2010
Reply by Adam Zielinski

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