Beyond Airtightness: Factors To Consider When Selecting An Air Barrier

From D+D Print, Spring 2017

By Stanley Yee, Leed AP, Dow Corning Corporation

Get to know the available material options and how the materials will perform together as a system....


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Tagged categories: 2012 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC); Air barriers; Air leakage; ASHRAE; ASHRAE 90.1; Breathability; Concrete masonry units (CMU); Condensation; Dow Corning; Durability; Energy codes; Humidity and moisture; Insulation; Liquid-applied coatings; moisture vapor transmission (MVT); Performance testing; Permeability; Sheet-applied coatings; Silicone; Site/field testing; Thermal-barrier coatings; Walls; WUFI

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