Draft PDS-01, MINHERS Addendum 74, Space Constrained AC (Comment opens August 30, 2023)

RESNET® SDC 300 developed proposed Addendum 74 to clean up the MINHERS section 303.1 by removing the self-expiring COVID pandemic exception for the use of defaults values for leakage and airflow in lieu of test determined values and to add a normative footnote definition for Space Constrained AC and Heat Pump.

Comments will be accepted on all proposed changes as indicated by red text in draft PDS-01 and shown by strike-through and underline marking. To review and comment on the Draft follow the links below. The public comment period begins August 30, 2023, and ends September 29,2023.


To review the draft addendum click on Draft PDS-01, MINHERS Addendum 74, Space Constrained AC

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The public comment period opens August 30, 2023

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