New Brunswick Energy Advisors are invited to take this session
March 24, 2022
8:30am – 4:30pm
Cost of course before discount – $615 + HST
Cost of course after discount – $203+ HST
What you will learn
The participant will receive the necessary skills and knowledge to do a depressurization test to one of the three national standards as referenced in the National Building Code and elsewhere; CSA F326, CSA F300, CGSB 51.71. We start with a comparison of the standards and depressurization limits then, a discussion of the necessary testing equipment.
Included in the manual is a depressurization worksheet with an extensive setup checklist and test procedures.
Identify the standards that address depressurization testing and when they are applicable
List the depressurization limits for various combustion equipment types and other circumstances
Describe the conditions under which a depressurization test can be done
List the equipment requirements and steps for setting up and performing a depressurization test
Understand the reporting requirements for the applicable standards
Prior to attending this course, attendees are required to register for and successfully complete an online module, “Online Basic Principles of Residential Ventilation”.
Certification as a Depressurization Tester, which is recognized by many jurisdictions
Add a unique skill set that will increase in demand as houses get tighter
Note: If you currently hold a Residential Mechanical Ventilation Installation certification from HRAI, you are not required to complete the Online Basic Principles of Residential Ventilation course.