To limit the probability that:
- the properties of the granular material will be inadequate,
- the location, size and configuration of radon extraction
pipes will be inadequate,
- the pipe opening within the gravel will be blocked,
- the airtight seal will not be provided or will be inadequate,
- the pipes will be used for purposes other than radon
This is to limit the probability that:
- depressurization of the space between the air barrier
and the ground will be ineffective, and
- radon will enter the conditioned space of a building.
This is to limit the probability of high concentrations
of radon inside buildings, which could lead to negative effects on
the air quality of indoor spaces, which could lead to harm to persons.
[Clause (a)] To direct
Code users to Sentence 126.96.36.199.(1) for requirements regarding
the installation of granular material below floors-on-ground.