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Standard 62.2 Undergoing Its Third Review

April 13, 2002
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ATLANTA, GA — A proposed residential ventilation standard has been approved for a third public review by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).

ASHRAE Standard 62.2, “Ventilation and Acceptable Indoor Air Quality in Low-Rise Residential Buildings,” began its third review on April 5. The 45-day review will end May 20, 2002.

The draft is open as an independent substantive change, meaning only limited portions of the draft are open for public comment at this time.

“We made significant progress in the second review and have only a few changes to propose in this third review,” said Max Sherman, chair of SSPC 62.2. “We anticipate continued progress toward a quality standard on residential ventilation.”

One change was removal of a requirement that bathroom fans meet sound ratings. Kitchen fans still must meet noise limitations, according to Sherman.

In addition, Appendix C, an informative annex on pollution sources, exposures, and control, was removed. After hearing concerns that the details in the appendix contained out-of-date, incomplete, or inappropriate sources, the committee decided to delete the appendix.

“As a result of some comments, we realize that there are areas that should be addressed in the standard, but for which there was insufficient information available to do anything right away.” Sherman said. “In these areas, the committee will work toward developing addenda and will invite appropriate commentors to assist.”

To obtain an electronic draft of ASHRAE 62.2 during the comment period, go to www.ashrae.org/STANDARDS/pubrevdft.htm (website).

Publication date: 04/15/2002

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