Max Sherman, group leader of EETD's Energy Performance of Buildings Group has written two articles describing the draft ASHRAE Standard 62.2P in the May 1999 editions of the ASHRAE Journal and Contracting Business. Sherman is the chairman of the ASHRAE Standard Project Committee 62.2P. This standard, "Ventilation and Acceptable Indoor Air Quality in Low-Rise Residential Buildings," is now ready for public review. It defines the minimum requirements for mechanical and natural ventilation systems and the building envelope in single-family and low-rise multifamily structures. The intent of the standard is to address public interest in residential indoor air quality and ventilation that has grown with the increase in energy-efficient houses and healthier building materials.
Sherman, M.H. "Standard 62 Goes Residential", Contracting Business, May 1999. 56: 5, pp 56-59.
Sherman, M.H. "Indoor Air Quality for Residential Buildings", ASHRAE Journal, May 1999.
Public review will begin this summer.