Chattanooga Engineers Club

Putting “D” in HVAC, Jonathan Jones, Ultra-Aire

  • 6 Nov 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Chattanoogan (see home page)

Joint meeting with green|spaces

Today’s building codes demand envelopes that are better insulated, more energy efficient, and as air tight as possible. By design, these buildings require far less runtime on the air conditioning (A/C) systems, which in the past has served as the primary source of dehumidification. Less A/C runtime means less moisture removal, and as a result the potential for microbial growth. 

It is time to put the “D” in HVAC. HVACD means a dedicated dehumidifier has been added as an integral part of a project’s mechanical system. Protecting the building, building owners, and the occupants.

Note: PDH certificates will be available for attendance at this meeting.

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