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Specifying Building Air Tightness Testing

How do we properly specify whole building air tightness? The use of air barriers in buildings has drastically increased the need to test the effectiveness of the air barrier.  Current and proposed methods, protocols and standards of whole building air tightness testing will be discussed and the attendees will be given direction on how to properly specify whole building air tightness testing.


Terry Brennan, President of Camroden Associates, Inc, Terry is a building scientist and educator. He chairs the U.S.A.C.E. committee on developing new air leakage protocls and the AABA's Whole Building Air Tightness Testing Committee.  He is a member of ASHRAE 62.2 Ventillation and Air Quality Committee and has served as a consultant to the National Academy of Sciences Committee on Dampness and Health in Buildings.

This presentation will provide one CEU or AIA credit. The presentation will begin at 6:30PM, the CSI Chapter will host a networking session and dinner before the presentation beginning at 5:00PM.

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Please note that there is a cost for non-CSI members.