Air Infiltration Requirements in Your Area

Find out what you are required to meet by state codes.

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We’re not blowing our own horns - our Thermiser Max Insulated Rolling Doors meet ASHRAE ® 90.1 and IECC® (International Energy Conservation Code) 2012 Section C402.4.3 Air Infiltration requirements with an independently tested value of less than .3 CFM/FT2.

What does that mean - in English?

It means our Thermiser Max doors stop more air from coming through than any other rolling door on the market.  Typically, coiling doors allow air to pass through at the top (near the coil) and on the sides (at the guides).  Our patent-pending sealing system takes care of this.

What does that mean – for you?

It means you need to understand the rules of your state before using just *any* insulated door.  But we can help with that.  Check out our state-by-state guide to applicable air leakage requirements.

Find code requirements in your state

Air Leakage Codes by State
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Alaska
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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IECC 2009
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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IECC 2009
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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No state code
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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CA State Code - Title 24
1.0 CFM/2
IECC 2009
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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IECC 2012
1.0 CFM/2
IECC 2012 and ASHRAE 90.1 - 2010
1.0 CFM/2
2014 FL Energy Conservation Code (based on IECC 2012)
1.0 CFM/2
IECC 2009
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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IECC 2009
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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IECC 2012
1.0 CFM/2
IECC 2012
1.0 CFM/2
IECC 2012
1.0 CFM/2
ASHRAE 90.1 - 2007
0.4 CFM
No state code
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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IECC 2012
1.0 CFM/2
ASHRAE 90.1 - 2007
0.4 CFM/2
IECC 2012
1.0 CFM/2
IECC 2012
1.0 CFM/2
IECC 2009
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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ASHRAE 90.1 - 2007
0.4 CFM/2
ASHRAE 90.1 - 2010
0.4 CFM/2
No state code
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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ASHRAE 90.1 - 2010
0.4 CFM/2
IECC 2012 and ASHRAE 90.1 - 2010
1.0 CFM/2
2012 NC state code
ASHRAE 90.1 2007
No reference to air
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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IECC 2009
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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ASHRAE 90.1 - 2007
IECC 2009
0.4 CFM/2
IECC 2009
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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ASHRAE 90.1 - 2013
0.4 CFM/2
IECC 2009
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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xxx
IECC 2012
1.0 CFM/2
IECC 2012
1.0 CFM/2
IECC 2009
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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xx
IECC 2006
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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2014 Oregon Energy Efficiency Specialty Code
ASHRAE 90.1 - 2010
0.4 CFM/2
IECC 2009
ASHRAE 90.1 - 2007
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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xxx
IECC 2012
1.0 CFM/2
IECC 2009
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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No state code
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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IECC 2006
Updating to ASHRAE 90.1-2010 and IECC 2009 as of 12/1/15
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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IECC 2009
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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IECC 2012
1.0 CFM/2
2012 state code
IECC 2012
1.0 CFM/2
2011 state code
1.0 CFM/2
WA State Code
1.0 CFM/2
IECC 2009
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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xx
ASHRAE 90.1 - 2007
IECC 2009
0.4 CFM/2
No state code
Your state has no requirement for CFM/ft2.
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