Guidance that explains the "why" and "how" behind requirements in ASHRAE's residential indoor air quality standard is contained in this newly updated user's manual.
The 62.2-2010 User's Manual has been updated from the 2004 edition and provides a complete guide to meeting the requirements of ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62.2-2010, Ventilation and Acceptable Indoor Air Quality in Low-Rise Residential Buildings.
This manual provides explanations for every section of the standard and includes many clear, specific examples covering most sections. Background material is provided for nine sections of the standard and for three appendices, providing explanations for why many of the standard's requirements are included.
This User's Manual is intended for residential HVAC contractors and installers, as well as residential builders, developers, and architects. It may also be useful to code officials and even those homeowners who are handy or technically knowledgeable. This manual is written in clear, direct language, making it understandable to professionals and laymen alike.
$55 (ASHRAE Member $47) / 2011 / 80 pages
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