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Understanding Air and Water Field Testing of Installed Fenestration Systems


Description

Air and water field testing is conducted on installed fenestration systems to ensure the quality of installation, the performance of installed products, verify compliance with architect and industry specifications and for forensics investigations to identify the source of problems in the field. This course explores the value and importance of air and water field testing of installed fenestration systems. Participants will learn and understand why building project specifications often require field testing after installation of windows and other fenestration products, the value it provides to the participants, what typical project specifications mean, how field testing is conducted, the information it reveals and the positive impact it provides to the building project.

 

Course Topics

  • Air and water field testing
  • Installed fenestration systems
  • Field testing

Learning Objectives

Upon completion, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the purpose of air and water field testing
  • Identify the correct test standards and methods to be used to conduct field testing for specific information and situations
  • Detail how to prepare for air and water field testing to achieve greatest value, efficiency and success
  • Describe the test results that are obtained and how the information can be used to positively impact a building project.

Target Audience

Multiple roles and levels in an organization including but not limited to:

  • Architects
  • Code Authorities

Participants of the live course are able to receive 1 AIA HSW Learning Unit

If you are interested in this course, please contact: Jeff.Testa@ul.com

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Time Requirement

Cost

Instructor-Led 1 hour
Free

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