Industrial Ventilation and Process Heat Recovery
Tuesday, April 20 (part 1) and Wednesday, April 21 (part 2)
9:00 am - 11:00 AM CST
Most industrial/manufacturing facilities have a negative pressure issue associated with their overall ventilation system. This usually leads to excess energy cost, environmental and employee safety issues.
- Do you know why the facility is operating at a negative/positive pressure? Is this desirable?
- Do you know the cost of operating your overall ventilations system, (Make Up Air units, Roof Top Units, Exhaust Systems, Building Envelope, Dust Collectors, etc.)?
- Do you have temperature, humidity, and/or air quality issues?
- Do know what energy efficiency opportunities can be implemented to reduce energy and maintenance cost?
- If not, or you’re interested in learning more about industrial ventilation, then this course will be of value to you. This course will provide an overview of a typical industrial/manufacturing ventilation system to include; ventilation terminology, system components, operating cost, energy efficiency opportunities, calculating energy cost, case studies, and Focus on Energy Incentives.
Additionally, most industrial and manufacturing facilities generate "process (waste) heat" which often ends up being exhausted to the environment. Identifying, recovering and utilizing this waste heat for other purposes within the facility can help reduce your overall energy costs. This course will provide students with a basic understanding of a typical process heat system and the cost savings opportunities associated with recovery waste heat in the following systems: process heat, compressed air and steam.
CEU: 0.5 PDH: 5.0
Intended Audience: Maintenance Personnel * Facility Managers * Facility Engineers * Plant Engineers * Building Engineers * Environmental Managers * Energy Managers/Directors * Utility Managers
Payment information: Credit card payments accepted through Eventbrite registration link.
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