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Manufactured Housing Standards: Testing and Performance Evaluation Could Better Ensure Safe Indoor Air Quality
Mathew J. Scire (au)
Since 1976, the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has been responsible for developing construction and safety standards (the HUD Code) for manufactured homes. Concerns have been raised by Congress and others about existing HUD code requirements that are intended to ensure proper indoor air quality, including protecting occupants from potential carbon monoxide exposure. This report examined (1) existing standards for separating air intakes and exhaust vents in both manufactured and site-built homes; (2) reasons for differences in ventilation standards for manufactured and site-built homes; and (3) the number of manufactured homes built, the distances between their air intakes and exhaust vents, and the performance of their ventilation systems. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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