The first topic covered in this session will be HVAC systems. Lan Chi Nguyen Weekes, P.Eng., will discuss the components of an HVAC system, and how each component, when not operated correctly, can adversely affect IAQ in a building.
This panel discussion will cover a broad range of building industry topics and provide perspectives on cybersecurity, advancements in IoT, electric grid connected buildings and the advancements of distributed energy resources, and how interoperability is enabling new solutions and the associated risks.
In the land of comfort, educated home owners are changing their thermal expectations from HVAC systems, and contractors are on the front line hunting for the best solutions. Regardless of ducts or pipes, the “migration” of heat takes a basic understanding of what works and what doesn’t.
The Bard MULTI-TEC gives you the ability to link up to 14 wall mount air conditioners to a single intelligent building control. It only takes two wires to each air conditioner, and your entire building can be up and running.
Incorporating flammable refrigerants into manufacturing processes can have a dramatic impact on your facility from testing procedures to reclassification as a hazardous location to modifying or building new labs.
One of the critical aspects of HVAC systems is energy consumption and the roles that HVAC engineering, construction, and maintenance play in optimizing energy usage. The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) is uniquely qualified to provide guidance for consumers and the industry on the best practices for inspecting, maintaining and restoring HVAC systems.