This presentation addresses the significant changes in the 2015 Minnesota Residential Energy Code relating to the balanced ventilation and testing of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. It covers airflow measurement, controls, effectiveness, and strategies for intermittent and continuous ventilation that comply with the code. The session is intended for contractors, designers, plan reviewers and inspectors. Presenter: Tim Manz, City of Blaine Building Inspector.
This is the second of five presentations in the seminar "Understanding the Minnesota Residential Energy Code," co-presented by Contractor University and the Minnesota Energy Code Compliance Collaborative, with support from the Minnesota Building Performance Association.