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Friday, February 15 • 12:45pm - 2:00pm
Getting the most out of your manometer

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In building science, a lot of what we measure is invisible and much of it is related to pressure and flow. Most of us do blower door or duct leakage testing or both, but there are many other important things we can be measuring using our manometers that can help us figure out what is going on in a home. This session will give you an introduction into measuring draft, CAZ depressurization, room pressures, zone pressure diagnostics, pressure pans, static pressures on an air handler and tools for long term data logging of pressures.
AIA 1.25 LU/HSWs, ASHI 1 CEC, BPI 1.25 CEUs, DSPS 1 CEU towards Dwelling Contractor Qualifier Certification, 1 CEU towards UDC-Construction Inspector Certification, IACET 0.1 CEU, ICC 0.1 CEU, NAHB, NARI 1.25 CEUs, NATE 1.25 CEHs, PHIUS CPHC, RESNET

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Paul Morin

The Energy Conservatory
Paul Morin had 15 years of carpentry experience before starting as a weatherization auditor in 1991. Paul worked for the Center for Energy and Environment diagnosing home performance issues for 12 years and has been with the Energy Conservatory since 2009 in a sales and technical... Read More →

Friday February 15, 2019 12:45pm - 2:00pm CST