Duct Leakage to Outside (LTO)


Duct Leakage to Outside (LTO)

Ensure System Efficiency With a Duck Leakage To Outside Test

Duct Leakage to Outside is a test used to measure how much duct leakage goes outside the air barrier. This verification will be set up to perform a Duct Test but will include a Blower Door Test. The Blower Door is used in this test to create a positive pressure in the home with respect to outside. Both the Blower Door and Duct Test must be run together to accomplish Leakage to Outside.

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Here is where you can find current, past and future standards for both residential and commercial buildings.

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