October 24, 2022

Join ACG Member Nathan Culley, TBE, CxA, Penn Air Control, Inc. and Sam Myers, Retrotec as they discuss Air Tightness Testing for Building Enclosure. An airtight building envelope is one of the most important contributors to an efficient, comfortable, durable and healthy building. In addition to energy and indoor air quality benefits, water and moisture control is another one of the main reasons building codes and regulations have focused heavily on improving the quality of building enclosures. Calibrated fans and high-resolution manometers are used to measure air and water leakage through building enclosures via whole building tests, fenestration and facade tests, and mock-up tests. This presentation will cover the tools needed to perform these types of tests and show how these tests are conducted.

Who Should Attend?

  • HVAC Testing Professionals
  • Commissioning Providers
  • MEP Engineers
  • Energy Managers
  • Building Owners
  • Facility Managers
  • O&M Managers
  • Architects
  • Other Building Professionals

Learning Objectives?

  • Gain an understanding of why it matters to have a properly designed and installed building envelope.
  • Learn about the processes needed to successfully conduct an air tightness test.
  • Learn about the tools needed to conduct whole-building air tightness tests.
  • See how problem areas can be located throughout the building envelope with blower doors and other tools.
  • Approved for 1 AIA LU. Registration is FREE to AABC (including Industry Partners), ACG and EMA members. Only $39 to non-members.