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5.16.18 | Building Pressurization Controls, Sequences of Operations and Lessons Learned

Building air pressure and flow are dependent on a complex set of interacting building and mechanical systems, and often even climate from hour to hour. The failure of correct building pressurization can result in air quality problems ranging from comfort to the presence of unhealthy or dangerous particulates – and eventually to material corrosion, mold, and unnecessarily high maintenance and operating costs. This webinar will identify methods of creating and controlling appropriate building pressure, present common building pressurization controls strategies, and provide recommendations on sequences of operations that work. The presenter will offer real world lessons learned that can help you identify and solve pressurization problems in the field.

Today’s presentation will be available to you under the resource tab after the completion of this webinar, along with a brief survey about this event. Please take a few minutes to respond to this survey as it will help us to better meet your training needs.

After completion of the survey you can download your certificate of completion. If additional participants wish to earn continuing education credits please make sure they sign the AIA form and email back to There is a $25 fee for each additional participant. As soon as payment has been made each individual will receive an access code to obtain their certificate for credits.