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Bath Fan Ducting: Lessons Learned Fromthe Field

Format On Demand: Online
Offered by Energy Center of Wisconsin
Price $49.00
Category Indoor environmental quality

New homes that are well built and extremely tight can rely on spot ventilation to remove excess moisture from the home. The basicexhaust fan is now a tool the homeowner can use to control and eliminate moisture. ASHRAE-62.2 whole-building and spot ventilation requirements can be met with exhaust fans, however the rated flow should be tested to confirm the equipment is working correctly. This is the only way to assure the standards are met and that the homeowner has the 'ability to control' moisture and background

Objectives

  • Discuss the importance of testing the air flow of spot ventilation such as bath fans
  • Explain the role effective bath fans play to eliminate moisture and odor
  • Specify bath fan ducting techniques that address a building's challenges
  • Apply diagnostic approaches to solving flow rate issues
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CE Hours 1.0
AIA/CES (LU) 1.0