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Clo/R-Value Conversion
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 Daryl and Daryl (lyrad1) - MLife Locale: Pacific Northwest, USA, Earth Clo/R-Value Conversion on 02/26/2011 19:06:21 MST Can anyone tell me how to convert clo to R-value?Specifically, Insultex says it has a clo of 2. What would this equate to in R-value?Daryl
 jerry adams (retiredjerry) - MLife Locale: Oregon and Washington re on 02/26/2011 19:47:36 MST I read somewhere 1 clo = 1 R.But, I'm not sure, have the same question.
 jerry adams (retiredjerry) - MLife Locale: Oregon and Washington re on 02/26/2011 20:01:30 MST google "clo R conversion"usr.decnet.com - 1 R = 1.135 cloefunda.com - 1 R = 1.138 clomsis.jsc.nasa.gov - 1 R = 1.136 clo
 Greg Mihalik (greg23) - M Locale: Colorado Re: R to clo on 02/26/2011 20:09:04 MST ...and Richard N. uses 1 R = 1.1322(somehow I trust Richard more than NASA...)But it is an interesting range of values. Edited by greg23 on 02/26/2011 20:22:12 MST.
 jerry adams (retiredjerry) - MLife Locale: Oregon and Washington Re: Re: clo to R on 02/26/2011 20:20:25 MST 1 / 0.8832 = 1.1322 - so those are pretty consistent with Richardit's odd that there are different sources on the internets with slightly different conversion coefficients
 Greg Mihalik (greg23) - M Locale: Colorado Re: R to clo on 02/26/2011 20:21:01 MST nm Edited by greg23 on 02/26/2011 20:22:44 MST.
 Daryl and Daryl (lyrad1) - MLife Locale: Pacific Northwest, USA, Earth Thanks on 02/26/2011 22:13:14 MST All of the numbers are close enough for me. I just wanted to make sure it wasn't a factor or 5 different or something like that.Daryl