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IP 4/06 Airtightness of ceilings. Energy loss and condensation risk

Publication Year
2006

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Green 
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Abstract

Describes the airflow routes between a house and its loft and the steps that can be taken to reduce the flow. The methods that can be used to measure the airtightness of ceilings are discussed and a method for assessing the condensation risk, taking account of the airflows, proposed.


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Author

Sanders, C. Haig, J. and Rideout, N.


ISBN

1860819117

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