Reservations Required by EOB Tues Oct 5 (see below)
Improving Building IAQ Reduces HVAC Energy Cost
An important challenge facing today's engineers is how to achieve acceptable Indoor Air Quality while minimizing a building's energy consumption. Historically, IAQ has suffered at the expense of energy conservation. However, in today’s indoor air conscious environment, with its serious economic ramifications, this one-sided trade-off is no longer acceptable. Fortunately, ventilation standards, mechanical codes, and air cleaning technologies have evolved to the point that the engineer has a viable means of providing a healthy, comfortable indoor air environment while continuing to conserve energy. Options of applying filtration for code compliance and energy conservation will be discussed.
Chris Muller is recognized as a world-wide authority on the topics of indoor/environmental air quality, the application and use of gas-phase air filtration, filtration and enhanced air cleaning, corrosion control and monitoring, and electronic equipment reliability. Designated as an ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer, Chris is a frequent speaker at ASHRAE Chapter and Regional meetings both domestically and abroad and received ASHRAE’s Distinguished Service Award.
Professional Development Certificates (1 hour) will be provided after the webinar.
Reservations: RSVP no later than 4:00pm Tuesday 10/5 via an Email to Tricia King firstname.lastname@example.org or call 423-619-8001