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Designed to prepare those Building Code Act Practitioners who intend to challenge the HVAC-House - 2012 Qualification Examination.

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George Brown College HVAC House - 2012 Participant Manual

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This overview manual has been developed to assist experienced practitioners review and become more familiar with the particular parts of the Building Code dealing with Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning for houses. It also aims to help students prepare for the associated qualification examination. The HVAC-House – 2012 Manual is largely based on Division A and Division B, particularly Parts 1, 6, 9, 11 and 12 of the Building Code.

Table of Contents

PREFACE

MODULE 1 The OBC and HVAC - House - Scope and Definitions
MODULE 2 HVAC Design and Installation - All Buildings
MODULE 3 Air Ducts for Low Capacity Systems
MODULE 4 Heating and Cooling Systems - General Requirements
MODULE 5 Heat Transfer, Air Leakage and Condensation Control
MODULE 6 Ventilation - Part 9 Requirements
MODULE 7 Heating and Air-Conditioning
MODULE 8 Renovation - Compliance Alternatives

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This course is based on the Building Code Act, S.O. 1992, C. 23 as amended to April 1, 2010 and the Ontario Building Code 2012 (O. Reg. 332/12).

This publication has been developed by George Brown College , based on Building Code course material previously developed by the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, under an Agreement between George Brown College and the Ministry.

This publication contains material that is copyrighted by the Queen’s printer for Ontario and is reproduced in this publication under a license agreement.
Copyright © 2013, Queen’s Printer for Ontario

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This overview manual has been developed to assist experienced practitioners review and become more familiar with the particular parts of the Building Code dealing with Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning for houses. It also aims to help students prepare for the associated qualification examination. The HVAC-House – 2012 Manual is largely based on Division A and Division B, particularly Parts 1, 6, 9, 11 and 12 of the Building Code.