Energy conservatory release 5.5
Free Webinar on using zone pressure diagnostics to align pressure and thermal boundaries.
No building performance professional should miss this informative online webinar!
Minneapolis, Minn.—The Energy Conservatory is sponsoring a free webinar titled Zone Pressure Diagnostics for Optimum Air Sealing & Insulation on Wednesday, May 11, 2011 from 1:00-2:00 CDT.
Simply go to this link to register (https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/180832294).
This free webinar is ideal for HVAC contractors, builders, insulation contractors, energy raters, energy auditors and weatherization professionals. This webinar will teach the building science technique of using zone pressure diagnostics to determine if the pressure boundary and thermal boundaries are aligned. Aligning the pressure and thermal boundaries assures optimal performance of the insulation. It will also teach advanced zone pressure diagnostics techniques to help determine how much air leakage there is between the house and an attic, crawlspace or garage zone. It is a must-attend event for those professionals who want to help their customers save home heating and cooling energy.
Individuals who are certified through the Building Performance Institute (BPI) may obtain continuing education units, CEUs, by attending the live webinar. To receive up to 1 CEU credit, you must include your BPI identification on the registration page for the webinar.
An archived copy of the webinar will be posted on The Energy Conservatory website shortly after the conclusion of the webinar.
About The Energy Conservatory
Located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, The Energy Conservatory (TEC) is known worldwide as a leader in the building performance testing industry. Since 1981, our goal has been to provide building professionals with the specialized tools and support needed to create more efficient, affordable and healthy buildings. TEC continues to set the standard for specialized air flow and pressure measuring devices used to monitor and analyze the complex interactions that determine building performance. For more information, visit www.energyconservatory.com.