Earn 4 PDH | .4 CEU
June 7-8, 2023 | 2:00pm - 4:00pm Eastern Standard Time (EDT) USA
This easy-to-understand course is for facility, maintenance, energy, and indoor air quality professionals, any anyone interested in knowing how heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems work and how to optimize them.
- The various types of HVAC systems - single zone and muti-zone constant air volume systems, water to water, water to air, air to water, air to air, variable air volume systems, package systems, split systems, heat pumps, variable refrigerant flow systems, and variable water volume systems.
- HVAC equipment - fossil fuel and electric boilers, furnaces, chillers, refrigerant coils, heating and cooling water coils, electric duct coils, air filter, volume control dampers, fans, and pumps.
- How to optimize HVAC equipment and systems to provide an acceptable level of occupancy comfort or process function while maintaining good indoor air quality and holding overall cost and energy requirements to a minimum.
- Basic math calculations - heat power (Btuh), air changes per hour, volume of air flow, brake horsepower for constant and variable volume systems, and energy savings for optimized equipment.
The Goal of HVAC Systems
The 5 Ts of HVAC Optimization
Heat and Humidity Fundamentals
Central HVAC System
Air Volume Control
Sensible and Total Heat Transfer
Air Volume and Air Changes per Hour
Single Zone and Muti-zone Constant Air Volume Systems and Air Economizers
Pressure Dependent and Independent Variable Air Volume Systems
Package Systems and Split Systems
Heat Pumps and Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems
Variable Water Volume Systems and Water Economizers
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
SAMUEL C. SUGARMAN, C.T.A.B., C.E.M., C.D.S.M., C.I.A.Q.M., is an internationally recognized HVAC and TAB consultant, instructor and author. He has consulted on projects for testing and balancing, performance evaluation, design, retrofit and commissioning of HVAC systems for cleanroom facilities, corporate headquarters, government facilities, office complexes, hotels, hospitals, fume hood labs, major retail establishments, military installations, nuclear power plants, private and public schools, colleges and universities. Mr. Sugarman was an adjunct professor at San Diego City College, and has also instructed over 250 HVAC, TAB and energy management training programs and seminars for various organizations, including AEE, ASHRAE, and the National Energy Management Institute. He has authored several books and training manuals on topics in the areas of his expertise and has received numerous awards and special recognition for his accomplishments. He currently serves as Board Chairman of the International Registry of CTAB Professionals.
© The information contained here within is copyrighted material and may not be reused, posted on any platform, website or electronic system, or redistributed in any manner without the express written consent of PBJ Media Holdings LLC.
Disclaimer - The views expressed here are those of the instructors and or authors and do not necessarily represent or reflect the views of PBJ Media Holdings LLC, its affiliates, or partners. By accessing any content you agree that the aforementioned parties are not liable and you hold harmless the parties for any errors, omissions, or statements contain in the materials.