Cooling Coil Airflow (CCA)
Cooling Coil Airflow (CCA)
Ensure Your System has the proper air flow to maximize performance
The primary purpose of testing the airflow across an evaporator coil is to verify the cooling system has an adequate flow to maintain system design. This is important because system performance can be affected by too much or too little airflow. Low airflow can reduce the equipment’s life, cause the system’s coil to freeze, or damage the compressor. High airflow will lead to high energy use, low subcooling, and may cause discomfort because the supply air is not properly conditioned.
Our Relevant Certifications
- Cheers – Alterations, New Construction
- CalCERTS – Alterations, New Construction
- Building Performance Institute – Building Analyst Professional
- Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) – Refrigerant Handling Certification
Additional Information About Cooling Coil Airflow Tests
Any homeowner who has recently done a mechanical changeout in their home needs a cooling coil airflow test.
This test is required anytime a mechanical changeout has been performed. This requirement applies to all climate zones in California.
The purpose of this test is to measure the airflow across the cooling coil in your HVAC system. If the cooling coil is not operating in a safe temperature range, the system can freeze over or Prevents the system from freezing and
For a CCA test we use a Balometer Capture Hood made by TSI Alnor. This air balancing tool is electronic and highly efficient in reading air volume.
Our Title 24 HERS Testing Certifications
Here are some helpful links related to HERS. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, reach out to us, we’re here to help.
Energy code Ace is a simplified website that helps us navigate through the complicated process of Title 24 part 6.
The Energy Code Ace suite of tools is designed to help you identify the forms, installation techniques and standards relevant to building projects in California.
Energy Code Ace Training Courses target a wide range of “hot topic” measures and audience groups, and are provided in a variety of formats.
Energy code Ace Resources provides resources to help facilitate effective implementation of California’s building and appliance energy efficiency standards.
The California Energy Commission plays a critical role in creating the energy system of the future – one that is clean, is modern, and ensures the fifth largest economy in the world continues to thrive.
Here is where you can find current, past and future standards for both residential and commercial buildings.
Energy.gov has excellent resources when it comes to saving energy and money while creating building comfort.