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You're designing a Home Performance dashboard. Which 6 metrics do you include?

Started Oct 15, 2014 0 Replies

Credit Karma got me thinking about this. For those who are unfamiliar, it's a free* online credit monitoring service. Your score is broken down into six contributing factors, as shown below.…Continue

Tags: information, results, measurement, education, homeowner

Best practice recommendations for this vaulted ceiling?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Griffin Hagle Apr 14, 2014. 12 Replies

Hello energy pros,Some relatives of mine recently purchased this 1917 house in Northern California and, as the family member who does "that energy stuff" in Southern California (I'm on the program…Continue

Tags: sheathing, skip, rigid, foam, barrier

Which is the valid draft test?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul Morin Mar 15. 17 Replies

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Tags: spillage, pitot, tube, draft, analysis

 

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Paul Morin replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Which is the valid draft test?
"I agree that checking for combustion spillage is more important that checking for draft.  It is possible to have high draft pressures and spillage at the same time.  For example, if a 75,000 BTU water heater is vented with a 3"…"
Mar 15
Jose Macho replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Which is the valid draft test?
"Forget the draft measurement issue,,, just look at that incorrectly applied pipe wrap next to the flue.. Surprised it hasn't melted yet. Anyway,,, many who follow the 1200 standard simply test draft using a smoke pen or some visible indication…"
Mar 14
Paul Morin replied to Griffin Hagle's discussion Which is the valid draft test?
"When testing draft, using the straight probe will be a close approximation of static pressure because the velocity is so low.  You should have the end of the probe close to the center of the vent and at a 90 degree angle to the pipe. "
Mar 13

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