A High-performance HVAC Approach for Better Indoor Air Quality, Energy Savings and Resilience
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This four-hour live, interactive webinar will review a wide range of ventilation topics including system design, specification and installation for high-performance, small- to medium commercial buildings. Attendees will learn about advances in dedicated outside air systems (DOAS) and the pairing of HRVs/ERVs. Participants will also learn about very high efficiency heating and cooling systems and optimized system design. This HVAC design approach has yielded significant energy and cost savings in buildings across the Northwest while providing better indoor air quality and improved occupant comfort.
Through this course, attendees will learn to:
- Identify the features and attributes of high-performance buildings, including common mistakes and drawbacks to “value engineering” HVAC systems
- Differentiate between HRV and ERV operation and design, as well as metrics of efficiency
- Communicate to clients the important role ventilation plays in health and indoor air quality (IAQ) based on studies and emerging requirements and standards for IAQ
- Understand and differentiate between various current and future ventilation requirements and standards, including ASHRAE 62.1, IMC and PHI
- Identify retrofit opportunities using high-performance HRVs/ERVs and heating and cooling systems
- Properly design and install high-performance HVAC systems
About the presenter:
Barry Stephens, Ventacity Systems, Inc., and ASHRAE Member
Barry works with Ventacity Systems, Inc., a manufacturer of very high-performance, Passive House-certified HRVs. Prior to joining Ventacity in 2016, he spent 15 years at Zehnder America, Inc., a Swiss-based world leader in HRVs, where he led the introduction of Zehnder systems to North America (including Solar Decathlon teams, NZE homes and Passive House projects).
Date: Tuesday, November 17
Presentation time: 8 a.m. to noon
CEUs available: 4 PIE (Practicing Institute of Engineering) CEUs pending for PDH accreditation
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