Hunt C.M. Treado S.J. Peavy B.A.
Bibliographic info:
National Bureau of Standards Interagency report, NBSIR 76-1063

Reports air leakage measurements made in a mobile home using sulphur hexafluoride as a tracer gas. The home was located in an environmental chamber where it was possible to measure and control the temperature outside the home. The effect on infiltration rate of inside-outside temperature difference, simulated wind, installation of storm windows, opening of doors and operation of the furnace for was investigated. Also reports pressurization measurements which showed that the installation of storm windows had little effect on air leakage. Suggests use of pressurization for quality control of factory-built homes.