Residential combustion venting failure: NH17-76/1987E-PDF
a systems approach : summary report /
"The project reported on here was designed to expand on previous studies of the problem of incomplete venting of the products of combustion from heating appliances in order to approach a more nearly comprehensive understanding of the extent and nature of the problem in the Canadian housing stock. The work was subdivided into seven separate but closely coordinated sub-projects. ... The results indicate that a significant portion of the housing stock has potential for combustion venting failure to occur regularly, but such failures are not necessarily !ife-or health-threatening. The project has resulted in marked improvement in understanding of the combustion venting process and has identified a number of ef!ective preventative and remedial measures."--Abstract, p. v.
|Department/Agency||Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.|
|Title||Residential combustion venting failure|
|Subtitle||a systems approach : summary report /|
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|Note||"July 16, 1987." Digitized edition from print [from the collection of Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation].|
|Number of Pages||xix, 145 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Air quality|
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