Energy Engineering Forum – Ultra High-Efficiency Ventilation for High Performance Buildings
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The AEE Columbia River Chapter and Energy Trust of Oregon are proud to present the next Energy Engineering Forum. This free event consists of a presentation followed by fifteen minutes of Q&A.
Ultra High-Efficiency Ventilation For High Performance Buildings
As building designs continue to pursue greater user comfort coupled with efficient HVAC systems, ventilation becomes an increasingly vital part of the solution. Delivering fresh air via Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems with Heat Recovery Ventilators is becoming more common practice, however the cost of de-coupling ventilation air from conditioned air often holds back better building designs.
To demonstrate the economic benefit of de-coupled systems, we will explore the building types and situations where a DOAS/HRV system makes the most sense, how to zone indoor spaces most cost-effectively, and what target CFM/ton can be pursued to keep the payback of these systems within an acceptable range to keep them from becoming value-engineered out of a design
Sales Manager, Ventacity Systems
JC has 27yrs of experience in the HVAC industry with various industry leading partners. He has held national positions in leading edge technologies companies in the HVAC industry, and is currently helping to launch the world’s most efficient HRV/ERV’s in North America with Ventacity.