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    Current versions of the model code require air-tightness testing of heating and cooling ducts. Here’s an introduction to performing those tests.

  • Q&A: Pressurization vs. Depressurization in Blower-Door Tests

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  • Ready-to-Go Blower Door

    The Minneapolis Blower Door comes equipped with everything needed to measure airtightness or diagnose air-leakage problems, says the manufacturer.

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  • Meeting the Test

    The DOE's CALiPER testing program helps the lighting industry navigate the latest SSL product offerings.

  • EYE Lighting Wins Innovation Award

    EYE Lighting, manufacturer of lamps, luminaries and lighting products has received the 2010 Hardware Innovation of the Year Award for its weathering chamber. Automotive Testing Technology International bestowed the award.

  • New York City Concrete Testing Firm Convicted of Faking Tests

  • Letters

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