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Energy Audits and Building Assessment for Builders and Homeowners
To meet energy codes, builders need to have their homes testing for air leakage, ducts tested for tightness, and HERS rating provided to take advantage of the rebates available from the MASS New Homes with Energy Star program. More on Building Testing and Analysis
ASHRAE 62.2-2016 Residential Ventilation Training
Compliance with the ASHRAE 62.2 Standard is mandatory in many places. In fact, the 2016 version of the Standard is out. Don't wait to get your training. This course was developed and is taught by Paul H. Raymer, a 10+ year member of the ASHRAE 62.2 SSPC. What sort of ventilation products are there? What types of controls? How do you test an installation? How do you document it? More on ASHRAE 62.2 ...
More Websites and Tools for Energy Assessments
If you are in the midst of an energy assessment, where do you get information on Heating and Cooling Degree Days, AFUE and SE, and creating a model? Where do you go to figure out the ventilation infiltration credit? How can you figure out the R value of a wall using an infrared thermometer? What's a HERS Rating? Who is the IREC and what would their accreditation tell you about a training program? Who is BPI? What can you use a 'sling psychrometer' for? More on Websites and Tools ...
A handbook and guide to residential ventilation systems written by Heyoka Solutions Chief Investigator, Paul H. Raymer. It is designed as a practical guide to help select, install, and maintain residential ventilation systems.
There are times when you need to sense the pressure in a space or room and the standard 3/16" probe is too fat or too stiff. This little, ACX probe included in this kit is able to sneak into places you have never been able to go before. It is easily bendable without kinking. Along with the ACX probe this kit contains (4) splices for extending a hose from a CAZ to the outside by coupling hoses together. It also contains an assembled 'T' fitting so that two taps on your manometer can be coupled together to measure the same point simultaneously. Completing the kit is the case which is big enough to store your static pressure probe or your standard, straight 3/16" probe, keeping all the parts together.
Heyoka Solutions A litte bit about who we are.
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Welcome to the Web site for Heyoka Solutions, LLC a designer and purveyor of ventilation systems, residential fans, indoor air quality controls, air quality sensors. Heyoka Solutions products were designed by those brilliant minds that brought you the SuperFan, the HV1000, the HV1600, and the Ghost whole house coolers. Heyoka Solutions also sells fan and accessory products made by Fantech, along with Atco ducting, Primex and Builders Best hoods, and Fantech and SmartExhaust controls, ventilation products designed to ventilate bathrooms in homes and commercial applications. Heyoka Solutions also sells Fantech in-line dryer booster exhaust fans. We also sell some unique grilles and motorized, zoning dampers. Heyoka also sells AirTest environmental sensors. Heyoka is dedicated to improving the air quality in the world we live in, to arrive at unique solutions to difficult ventilation problems. We provide BPI training and proctoring of certification. Our Chief Investigator, Paul Raymer, is the author of the "Residential Ventilation Handbook" and is an ANSI/IREC Assessor. Sometimes people misunderstand our name and call us hey oka, hayoka, heyoga, heyoke or ayoka. We honor and respect the native American roots of our name. Thank you for visiting Heyoka Solutions.
If your bathroom fan and light are on the same switch, you have an occupancy sensor! When you turn on the light, the fan turns on because it "assumes" there is someone in the bathroom. When you turn the light off, the fan goes off, and that's not very smart because the humidity remains in the bathroom for a long time. Think about the damp towels and the water running down the walls of the shower. This is a SMART switch. It knows better than to shut the fan off. You can tell it what you want it to do.