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Draft PDS-01, BSR/RESNET/ICC 301-2019 Addendum C-202x

Proposed addendum BSR/RESNET/ICC 301-2019 Addendum C-202x will revise Standard ANSI/RESNET/ICC 301-2019 to allow the use of default values for Duct Leakage to Outside (DLTO) when values are not determined by test. An earlier iteration of the RESNET HERS® allowed default DLTOs but defaults were not carried forward into the first edition of Standard 301. SDC 300 proposes adding defaults to Standard 301-2019. Addendum C also includes changes to Table 5.1.2(1) that revise emission values for household fossil fuels and includes a clarification of how glazing in a door that represents < 50% of the door rough opening is to be modeled.

This first draft of proposed Addendum C is submitted for public comment for 45 days, beginning September 17, 2021 and ending November 1, 2021. Only the changes shown by strike-through and underline text in red print are open for comment. To review and comment on the Draft follow the links below.

Draft PDS-01, BSR/RESNET/ICC 301-2019 Addendum C-202x

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