CSA A440.2:19 Fenestration energy performance/User Guide to CSA A440.2:19, Fenestration energy performance.
d) the average values during the test period of the air temperatures on both sides of the specimen at its mid-height;
e) the average values of the indoor and outdoor surface conductances during the test period and a description of the method used for their determination;
f) the total fenestration system area of the test specimen;
g) the U-factor of the fenestration system specimen under test conditions and the derived value of the thermal conductance of the fenestration system specimen;
h) the U-factor of the total fenestration system product with reference surface conductances;
i) the details of any extrapolation of the U-factor of the test specimen to that of the reference size in Table 1;
j) the values of, and the method used to determine, the deflection of the indoor and outdoor surfaces of the glass in any sealed glazing units; and
k) an estimate of the uncertainty of results and the basis for the estimate.
9.3 Solar heat gain coefficient by measurement
Where testing has been performed, the test report shall include the following:
a) identification and description of the test apparatus;
b) relevant dimensions and physical properties of all components (see Clause 9.5.2);
c) the indoor and outdoor boundary conditions during the period of the test;
d) the area of the glazing bounded by the slghtlines, and the total fenestration system area for the test specimen;
e) the test specimen’s overall solar heat gain coefficient (SHGCW) of the total fenestration system product with reference indoor and outdoor surface conductances; and
f) the details of any extrapolation of the SHGC of the test specimen to that of the reference size in Table 1.
9.4 Air leakage rate
The test report shall including the following:
a) the total fenestration system area of the test specimen; and
b) the air leakage rate of the test specimen.CSA A440.2 pdf download.