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Air Leakage - Commercial
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These sessions provide architects, designers, builders, contractors, inspectors and installers with resources and code references to assist with the design, construction, installations and inspections of specific components of commercial buildings and/or residential homes.

When: Tuesday, November 14, 2017
7 - 8:00 AM
Where: Division of Building Safety (South side entrance - second door from the West end)
1090 E Watertower St, Suite 150
Meridian, Idaho  83642
United States
Contact: Jerry Peterson

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Ross Phares (Dupont) explains that air leakage is important because it can transport heat, moisture and contaminants through the building enclosure and can impact building energy performance, envelope durability and occupants’ comfort. A continuous air barrier is critical for air leakage control. Air barrier performance requirements which include air infiltration resistance, continuity, structural integrity and durability will be reviewed. Energy codes which regulate air barrier requirements will be highlighted along with the three compliance options: air barrier materials, assemblies and whole building airtightness.

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