Friday
Feb012019

February 18th ASHRAE Luncheon and Technical Presentation

Greetings! Please join us for our Feb. Lunch and Technical Presentation. Ken Rummage from KE Fibertec will present a program on Air Distribution for Indoor Agricultural Growth Facilities.

 

Registration will close Wednesday, Feb. 13th at noon. Walk-ins are no longer able to attend luncheons. If you are planning on attending you must pre-register.

 

This session will review practical applications of fabric duct in cannabis grow facilities. Issues to be discussed include; the types of growth set ups and the unique problems these facilities cause. The presentation will explain the features and benefits of fabric duct systems and how they have been applied to the unique problems of grow facility design and operation.

 

Ken Rummage

Ken Rummage is the National Sales Manager for KE Fibertec and is based in Tennessee. He has been working in the building products industry for over 16 years. Before he came to KE Fibertec he was VP of Business Development for SaniGlaze and at Johns Manville he headed up the OEM Sales Division for North America. Ken is a Graduate of the University of Tennessee and a certified CDT and CCPR with CSI

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Monday
Jan212019

ASHRAE Columbus Social Night

Monday
Jan072019

January 21st ASHRAE Luncheon and Technical Presentation

Greetings!  Please join us for our Jan. 21st Lunch and Technical Presentation.  Bill Dietrich of Daikin, will present on the following topic….Refrigerants: Where are we headed in North America?
Registration will close Wednesday, Jan. 16th at noon. Walk-ins are no longer able to attend luncheons.  If you are planning to attend you must pre-register.  
The refrigerant issue is back!  Those of you who have been in the industry for some time may remember the transition away from CFCs and HCFCs.  With new climate considerations many of the refrigerants we are using today are being called into question for the future.  This presentation will cover the basics surrounding the refrigerant issue: Alternatives, safety, performance, regulatory issues and next steps.
Bill Dietrich
Product General Manager for Chillers at Daikin Applied Americas. This includes all air cooled and water cooled Centrifugal and Positive Displacement machines.  With over 30 years’ experience in the industry, Bill has held numerous Engineering and Marketing Applications positions addressing commercial/industrial HVAC equipment (chillers, AHU, rooftops, cooling towers and evaporative condensers) and systems using these components.  Bill has a BSME from University of Minnesota Institute of Technology and an MBA from the University of Minnesota Carlson School Of Management. He is active in industry organizations, such as AHRI and ASHRAE. Past chair of TC 8.2, Centrifugal Machines, and the ASHRAE CEC, and a recipient of the ASHRAE distinguished service award.  

Greetings!  Please join us for our Jan. 21st Lunch and Technical Presentation.  Bill Dietrich of Daikin, will present on the following topic….Refrigerants: Where are we headed in North America?
Registration will close Wednesday, Jan. 16th at noon. Walk-ins are no longer able to attend luncheons.  If you are planning to attend you must pre-register.  
The refrigerant issue is back!  Those of you who have been in the industry for some time may remember the transition away from CFCs and HCFCs.  With new climate considerations many of the refrigerants we are using today are being called into question for the future.  This presentation will cover the basics surrounding the refrigerant issue: Alternatives, safety, performance, regulatory issues and next steps.

Bill DietrichProduct General Manager for Chillers at Daikin Applied Americas. This includes all air cooled and water cooled Centrifugal and Positive Displacement machines.  With over 30 years’ experience in the industry, Bill has held numerous Engineering and Marketing Applications positions addressing commercial/industrial HVAC equipment (chillers, AHU, rooftops, cooling towers and evaporative condensers) and systems using these components.  Bill has a BSME from University of Minnesota Institute of Technology and an MBA from the University of Minnesota Carlson School Of Management. He is active in industry organizations, such as AHRI and ASHRAE. Past chair of TC 8.2, Centrifugal Machines, and the ASHRAE CEC, and a recipient of the ASHRAE distinguished service award.  

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Friday
Nov302018

December 17th ASHRAE Luncheon and Technical Presentation

Greetings!  Please join us for our December 17th Lunch and Technical Presentation.  Tony Hans of CMTA Engineering will present on Net Zero Building Design. 
Registration will close Wednesday, Dec. 12th at noon. Walk-ins are no longer able to attend luncheons.  If you are planning to attend you must pre-register.  
As CMTA’s National Director of Sustainable Projects, Mr. Hans works with architects and owners to increase the potential of projects to be sustainable. He has worked on the majority of CMTA’s Zero Energy projects including Richardsville Elementary School, the first Zero Energy Public School in the United States, and more recently, Discovery Elementary School in Arlington, Virginia, the largest Zero Energy School in the U.S.
Tony Hans
Mr. Hans speaks at many regional and national conferences on the subject of zero energy buildings including, Greenbuild 2012 and 2015, the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Technical Training Conference in Savannah, the National Building Institute’s Net Zero Building Conference, the AIA’s Gulf Coast Green Conference, Lightfair International and the BICSI Telecommunications conference.
He is a licensed professional engineer in over 44 states including Puerto Rico, Canada and Hawaii.

 

Tuesday
Oct302018

November 19th ASHRAE Luncheon and Technical Presentation

Greetings!  Please join us for our November Lunch and Technical Presentation. Marwa Zaatari will be making a presentation on ASHRAE 62.1.
 
Registration will close Wednesday, Nov. 15th at noon. Walk-ins are no longer able to attend luncheons.  If you are planning on attending you must pre-register.  
 
 
What will ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2019 Look Like with the Proposed Changes to the IAQP, NVP and VRP? 
  1. Overall Direction for Modifications to Standard 62.1 
  2. The New IAQP
  3. Major Changes to VRP and NVP
 
Marwa Zaatari
Marwa Zaatari is Vice President of Building Solutions at enVerid Systems since 2015. Marwa is a member of several ASHRAE Committees, voting member of ASHRAE Standard 62.1, TC2.3 and Standard 145.2. She is the ASHRAE Chair of the Indoor Air Quality Procedure (IAQP) Working Group, a LEED Committee member, and Chair of LEED IAQP Working Group.

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