Air Tightness Testing and Measurement Association (ATTMA)

The Air Tightness Testing and Measurement Association (ATTMA) is a professional association, formed in 2002, to promote technical excellence and commercial effectiveness in air tightness testing and air leakage measurement applications. It is also a Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG)-appointed operator of a Competent Persons Scheme for air-tightness testing.

Flint Barn Court
Church Street
Amersham
HP7 0DB
UK
Website: https://www.attma.org/
Email: admin@attma.org
Tel: +44 (0) 1494 358159

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Technical Standard 1 Measuring air permeability of building envelopes. Issue 1 2006 Red
Technical Standard 1 Measuring air permeability of building envelopes. Issue 2 2007 Red
Technical Standard L1. Measuring air permeability in the envelopes of dwellings. September 2016 issue 2016 Amber
Technical Standard L1. Measuring air permeability of building envelopes (dwellings). October 2010 issue (No longer current but cited in Building Regulations) 2010 Amber
Technical Standard L2. Measuring air permeability of building envelopes (non-dwellings). October 2010 issue 2010 Amber

 

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