Saturday - AERC 1: Procedures for Determining Energy Performance Properties of Fenestration Attachments
AERC 1 provides the main technical rating procedures to determine the energy performance properties (U-factor, SHGC, VT, and Air Leakage) of fenestration attachments installed in combination with standardized baseline windows and skylights under standardized conditions.
Saturday - AERC 1.1: Procedures for Determining the Optical and Thermal Properties of Window Attachment Materials
AERC 1.1 provides the technical procedures to determine the optical (openness factor, transmission, reflection, absorption) and thermal (emissivity, infrared transmittance, permeability factor) properties of materials used in fenestration attachments.
Saturday - AERC 1.2: Physical Test Methods for Measuring Energy Performance Properties of Fenestration Attachments
AERC 1.2 provides the physical test methods for measuring energy performance properties (U-factor, SHGC, VT, and Air Leakage) of fenestration attachments when they cannot be simulated.
Saturday - AERC 2: Procedures for Determining Heating and Cooling Annual Energy Performance Ratings of Fenestration Attachments
AERC 2 provides the procedures to determine the corresponding annual energy performance ratings for fenestration attachments when used in a model residential house: Energy Performance Index for heating, EPH, and Energy Performance Index for cooling, EPC.
Thursday - AERC 100 AERC Product Certification Program_V1.1.pdf
description of AERC 100
Thursday - AERC 300_Manufacturer Participant Guidelines_V1.1
description for AERC 300
Saturday - AERC 100: Standard for Rating the Energy Performance of Fenestration Attachments
AERC 100 Standard for Rating the Thermal Performance of Fenestration Attachments is the master document referencing all program requirements including any/all program subdocuments, appendices, and annexes as delineated below, or incorporated through revision to an existing document.
Saturday - AERC 300: Manufacturer Participant Guidelines
The AERC 300 Manufacturer Participant Guidelines establishes the requirements and processes for the submission of products for inclusion into the Certified Products Database and the terms of participation for Manufacturer Participants. It contains additional program requirements that Applicants will be subject to, including responsibilities of the participant, suspension and reinstatement, and maintaining compliance with all applicable provisions of the program documents.
Saturday - AERC 301: Independent Inspection Agency Program Requirements
The AERC 301 Independent Inspection Agency Program Requirements establish the minimum requirements regarding AERC acceptance of Independent Inspection Agencies as qualified to provide inspection services to Program Participants. It includes additional requirements that applicants are subject to, including responsibilities of the agency, agency suspension and reinstatement, and maintaining compliance with all applicable provisions of the program documents.
Saturday - AERC 302: Accepted Calculation Entity/Accepted Simulator Program Requirements
The AERC 302 Accepted Calculation Entity/Accepted Simulator Program Requirements defines all requirements for organizations and individuals seeking AERC acceptance as an Accepted Calculation Entity or Accepted Simulator. An Accepted Calculation Entity employs Accepted Simulators, who perform simulation services for Program Participants seeking to qualify products.
Saturday - AERC 400: Certification Policies and Procedures
The purpose of the AERC 400 Certification Policies and Procedures document is to set specific policy statements and program definitions in alignment with program documents. This document clarifies Program Requirements and is the central resource for program definitions and acronyms.