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CPSC - 16 CFR PART 460 - LABELING AND ADVERTISING OF HOME INSULATION Organization: CPSC
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: This regulation deals with home insulation labels, fact sheets, ads, and other promotional materials in or affecting commerce, as ‘‘commerce’’ is defined in the Federal Trade Commission Act.
NAIMA - BI409 - QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT HOME INSULATION Organization: NAIMA
Date: 2000-03-01
CPSC - 16 CFR PART 460 - LABELING AND ADVERTISING OF HOME INSULATION Organization: CPSC
Date: 2015-01-01
NAIMA - BI453 - INSULATION FACTS #6: LABELING AND ADVERTISING OF HOME INSULATION Organization: NAIMA
Date: 2006-02-01
SAI - SAA HB63 - HOME INSULATION IN AUSTRALIA - RECOMMENDED INSULATION LEVELS FOR ALL STATES AS PER AUSTRALIAN STANDARD Organization: SAI
BRE AP138 - BR358 QUIET HOMES & BR406 SPECIFYING DWELLINGS WITH ENHANCED SOUND INSULATION Organization: BRE
Date: 2000-01-01
Description: Value Management is a creative, problem-solving process that uses a methodica...
NAIMA - BI473 - INSULATION FACTS #32: A GUIDE TO SELECTING FIBER GLASS INSULATION PRODUCTS FOR NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING Organization: NAIMA
Date: 1994-04-01
BRE BR358 - QUIET HOMES; A GUIDE TO GOOD PRACTICE AND REDUCING THE RISK OF POOR SOUND INSULATION BETWEEN DWELLINGS Organization: BRE
Date: 1998-01-01
Description: This manual is a guide to achieving good sound insulation between dwellings. It complements the Guidance given in England and Wales Building Regulation Approved Document E.
BRE FB37 - ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF INSULATION Organization: BRE
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: INTRODUCTION The thermal resistance provided by insulation materials used in the building fabric means that the energy savings from insulation made during the operation of the building far outweigh its embodied environmental impacts.
BRE IP9/08/1 - APPLYING THE CODE FOR SUSTAINABLE HOMES ON THE BRE INNOVATION PARK LESSONS LEARNT ABOUT BUILDING FABRIC Organization: BRE
Date: 2008-08-01
Description: This Information Paper is the first in a four-part series that looks at the lessons learnt from four houses designed and constructed on the BRE Innovation Park that aimed to comply with the Code for Sustainable Homes. This first part deals with building fabric, and discusses the factors taken into account in selecting the fabric and materials for the houses, and the challenges faced in limiting thermal bridging and achieving airtightness.
ASHRAE - LO-09-059 - ELECTRICAL ENERGY IMPACTS OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CODES FOR HOMES IN AUSTIN, TEXAS Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: Austin, as well as all Texas municipalities, is allowed to pursue more stringent building regulation than would exist at the state level as a result of home rule legislation. In the case of Texas, the state did not have an energy code prior to 2001 while Austin continued to adopt, and supplement, updated energy codes such as the 1986, 1989 and 1993 MEC followed by the 2000 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) in late 2001.
BRE GG68 - INSTALLING THERMAL INSULATION; GOOD SITE PRACTICE Organization: BRE
Date: 2006-07-28
Description: This good practice guide is about installing insulation in new-build homes, and is not about retrofitting insulation in existing homes (though the advice and illustrations on insulating a room-in-the-roof could be useful if creating one in an existing home, it is only one page of the document).
BRE BR406 - SPECIFYING DWELLINGS WITH ENHANCED SOUND INSULATION Organization: BRE
Date: 2000-01-01
Description: Some advice on achieving good workmanship for a variety of construction types can be found in the companion document to this one, Quiet homes, a guide to good practice and reducing the risk of poor sound insulation between dwellings.
SNZ PAS 4244 - INSULATION OF LIGHTWEIGHT-FRAMED AND SOLID-TIMBER HOUSES INSULATION OF LIGHTWEIGHT-FRAMED AND SOLID-TIMBER Organization: SNZ
Date: 2003-12-23
Description: Recommendations for designers, builders and homeowners on the use of insulated (typically double-glazed) windows, and increased levels of insulation in the roof, walls, windows and floors of homes are introduced. Because the Better and Best insulation options described exceed the minimum requirements of the New Zealand Building Code, they are suitable as a means of compliance with the Building Code.
BRE IP4/13 - ADVANCED THERMAL INSULATION TECHNOLOGIES IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT Organization: BRE
Date: 2013-02-01
Description: There is ever-increasing pressure to reduce energy use in buildings and its associated carbon dioxide emissions, and demands on thermal insulation to achieve this by preventing heat loss with minimal extra bulk. Millions of homes without cavity walls also require internal or external solutions.
NASA-LLIS-1031 - LESSONS LEARNED – CONSTRUCTION SITE SAFETY, INSULATION IMPALING PINS Organization: NASA
Date: 2001-07-20
Description: Description of Driving Event: DFRC B4822 Incident Report: A workman was on a ladder spray painting alongside a sheet metal panel wall which had previously been insulated with large continuous insulation batts. The insulation was installed on impaling pins about 1/8" x 8" long.
BRE FB79 - DESIGNING OUT UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES WHEN APPLYING SOLID WALL INSULATION Organization: BRE
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: However, there have been reports of increased condensation and mould growth and other undesirable effects within some homes following such insulation measures. Recent, as yet unpublished studies undertaken by BRE for the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), have identified various unintended consequences that could arise following solid wall insulation.
IEC 62457 - MULTIMEDIA HOME NETWORKS – HOME NETWORK COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL OVER IP FOR MULTIMEDIA HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2007-09-01
Description: This part of IEC 60034 which is a technical specification provides a common basis for– measuring techniques and instruments,– the arrangement of test circuits,– normalization and testing procedures,– noise reduction,– the documentation of test results,– the interpretation of test resultswith respect to partial discharge off-line measurements on the stator winding insulation of rotating electrical machines when tested with alternating voltages up to 400 Hz.
BRE - IP10/79 - FIELD STUDIES ON THE EFFECT OF INCREASED THERMAL INSULATION IN SOME ELECTRICALLY HEATED HOUSES Organization: BRE
Date: 1979-01-01
Description: This gives results of BRE's national representative survey of air pollutants in 876 homes in England. The survey lasted for 17 months from October 1997.
IEEE PC62.69 DRAFT - DRAFT STANDARD FOR THE SURGE PARAMETERS OF ISOLATING TRANSFORMERS USED IN NETWORKING DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT Organization: IEEE
Date: 2014-05-01
Description: In the interests of international standardization the voltage values used are harmonized with the series defined in IEC 60664-1 [B7] for low-voltage equipment insulation coordination. This IEEE standard is applicable to home networking insulations, which are typically uncontrolled environments, where the surge voltage levels and corresponding required transformer impulse withstand voltages can be higher than the LAN A controlled environment as defined by IEEE Std 802.3TM [B6]  

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