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ASHRAE membership is open to any person associated with heating, ventilation, air conditioning or refrigeration. ASHRAE is unique because its membership is drawn from a wide range of disciplines relating to the HVAC&R field. Approximately 51,000 individuals from more than 100 nations belong to the Society.

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ASHRAE members earn 15% off publications. Hundreds of titles are available including the complete collection of ASHRAE Standards including 90.1, 62.1 and 189.1.
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Sponsored Webinars

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A free supplier-sponsored webinar by Uponor
Presented live March 18, 2015 at 2 p.m. EST
Available on demand after live broadcast

Hydronic Piping with PEX
Challenges with increasing product costs, tighter project schedules and soaring labor costs are pushing the demand for piping products that better meet the need for high performance, price and efficiency in today’s commercial piping industry. PEX, an acronym for crosslinked polyethylene, has been used for more than 40 years in radiant heating/cooling and plumbing applications, and is now becoming a solution for hydronic piping applications as well. Hear why more and more projects are specifying PEX for transporting water or glycol/water solutions to all types of terminal units, and learn what you need to know if you want to specify your next hydronic piping project with PEX.

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About the Presenter

aaron.stotko1.jpg Aaron Stotko
Aaron Stotko is the associate product manager for Heating and Cooling at Uponor. His background is in mechanical design, value engineering and product offering solutions for hydronic piping, pre-insulated piping and radiant heating and cooling applications. He is a committee member of ASHRAE TC-6.1 and TC-6.5, an ASHRAE Minnesota Chapter Technology Transfer Committee (CTTC) chair, a technical committee member for the Radiant Professionals Alliance (RPA) and has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics from the University of Minnesota at Duluth.

 

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A free supplier-sponsored webinar by Honeywell Analytics
Presented live January 15, 2015 at 2 p.m. EST
Available on demand after live broadcast

 

Overcoming Challenges in Gas Monitoring in Commercial Buildings

Need gas detection or IAQ solutions? Attend this webinar sponsored by Honeywell Analytics and hosted by ASHRAE Journal. You’ll acquire knowledge to make life easier and more profitable on the job, whether you’re an HVAC contractor, engineer or building owner.

Gas detection and indoor air quality monitoring done right brings a wealth of benefits to the entire value chain. You can protect people, ensure compliance, increase energy efficiency, and boost profitability for the building or your business.

If you’ve been put in charge of a gas monitoring/IAQ installation project, you face several strategic and tactical decisions. Some typical questions to be answered upfront include:

  • What gases needed to be detected?
  • What regulatory codes must I heed?
  • Where do I place the gas monitors for maximum effect?
  • What team should I assemble for the project (e.g. facility manager, gas detection expert, fire marshal)?
  • Are there ways to reduce expenses on conduit and other capital, as well as labor, costs?

Attendees of this webinar can be expected to learn about:

  • Using BACnet, LonWorks and other building automation systems to optimum advantage
  • Developing Mechanical Room Strategies for Monitoring Refrigerant Gases and Natural Gas Leaks
  • Creating the best approach to designing a system for parking garages
  • Indoor Air Quality Monitoring for Auditoriums, Conference Rooms and other buildings
  • Gaining points for LEED certification,
  • reducing energy costs and obtaining green building merits
 

About the Presenter

 Don Olson
An engineer by training, Don Olson drives the go-to-market strategies for Honeywell’s indoor air quality and gas monitoring products developed for the Commercial building industry. He serves as liaison to Honeywell’s Automated Control Solutions group to integrate gas detection instrumentation with security, surveillance and other automated systems. A strong proponent of intelligent building and green technologies, Don is emerging as an active conference speaker on sustainability topics, including the role of gas detection in improving Indoor Air Quality, reducing building energy consumption through on-demand ventilation systems, obtaining LEED credits and green building merits, and improving occupant health and safety as well as building profitability.

 

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Your email address and contact information will be provided to the webinar sponsor for communications with you about this event as well as its services and products. To review the Webinar organizer's privacy policy, click here.  During registration, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of providing your contact information to the sponsor. You will still be contacted for information on the webcast if you choose to opt out.

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Terms of Use

The information contained in this webinar is presented as supplier sponsored webinar.  The seminar format is to present information of current interest and to provide a venue for interaction between ASHRAE members and the webinar sponsor. These seminars should not be considered peer-reviewed (or the final word on any subject). ASHRAE has not investigated, and ASHRAE expressly disclaims any duty to investigate any product, service, procedure, design, or the like which may be described herein. The appearance of any technical data or editorial material in this presentation does not constitute endorsement, warranty, or guarantee by ASHRAE of any product, service, process, procedure, design, or the like. ASHRAE does not warrant that the information in this presentation is free of errors. The entire risk of the use of any information in this presentation is assumed by the user. Before making any decision or taking any action on this subject, you should consult a qualified professional advisor.

 

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A free supplier-sponsored webinar by Emerson Network Power
Presented live October 22, 2014 at 2 p.m. EDT
Available on demand after live broadcast

 

Selecting the Right Air Handling Approach for Data Centers

Data center managers and operators are increasingly using air handlers as part of a thermal management strategy; however, data centers have different needs than general business space. This webinar will review the current conditions in a typical data center and how to customize an air handling system to the specific operating requirements of the mission critical facility.

 

About the Presenter

TifftGannon-Emerson.jpg Tifft Gannon, Product Manager, Thermal Management—Emerson Network Power
Tifft Gannon is the Product Manager for Liebert Custom Air Handlers, where his primary responsibilities involve market insight, strategic initiatives, and product development. Prior to joining Emerson, he had over 8 years in account management experience with a large HVAC equipment and controls manufacturer. There Tifft gained experience in the commercial application of chilled water and air handler equipment, as well as the associated system level controls. Tifft holds a BS in mechanical engineering from The Ohio State University. He can be reached at Tifft.Gannon@Emerson.com

 

Register to view on-demand webinar

Your email address and contact information will be provided to the webinar sponsor for communications with you about this event as well as its services and products.

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Terms of Use

The information contained in this webinar is presented as supplier sponsored webinar. The seminar format is to present information of current interest and to provide a venue for interaction between ASHRAE members and the webinar sponsor. These seminars should not be considered peer-reviewed (or the final word on any subject). ASHRAE has not investigated, and ASHRAE expressly disclaims any duty to investigate any product, service, procedure, design, or the like which may be described herein. The appearance of any technical data or editorial material in this presentation does not constitute endorsement, warranty, or guarantee by ASHRAE of any product, service, process, procedure, design, or the like. ASHRAE does not warrant that the information in this presentation is free of errors. The entire risk of the use of any information in this presentation is assumed by the user. Before making any decision or taking any action on this subject, you should consult a qualified professional advisor.

 

A free supplier-sponsored webinar by Honeywell Analytics
Presented live January 16, 2014
Available anytime on demand

IAQ/Gas Monitoring System Design: Challenges & Best Practices

Engineers and contractors face many strategic and tactical decisions when planning the integration of gas monitoring system into a commercial building.  For example, what approach do I take with a retrofit project versus a new one? What gases needed to be detected? Where do I place the gas monitors for maximum effect? What team should I assemble for the project (e.g. facility manager, gas detection expert, fire marshal)?  How do I link BACnet beyond HVAC equipment to gas monitors? Are there ways to reduce expenses on conduit and other capital, as well as labor, costs?

Attendees of this webinar will cover:

  • Using BACnet, LonWorks and other building automation systems to optimum advantage
  • Mechanical room strategies for monitoring refrigerant gases and natural gas leaks
  • Using demand-control ventilation more effectively
  • Indoor Air Quality Monitoring for auditoriums, conference rooms and other buildings
  • Gaining points for LEED certification, reducing energy costs and obtaining green building merits
 

About the Presenter

Don Olson
An engineer by training, Don Olson drives the go-to-market strategies for Honeywell's indoor air quality and gas monitoring products developed for the Commercial building industry. He serves as liaison to Honeywell's Automated Control Solutions group to integrate gas detection instrumentation with security, surveillance and other automated systems. A strong proponent of intelligent building and green technologies, Don is emerging as an active conference speaker on sustainability topics, including the role of gas detection in improving Indoor Air Quality, reducing building energy consumption through on-demand ventilation systems, obtaining LEED credits and green building merits, and improving occupant health and safety as well as building profitability.

 

Register to view on-demand webinar

Your email address and contact information will be provided to the webinar sponsor for communications with you about this event as well as its services and products. To review the Webinar organizer's privacy policy, click here.  During registration, you will be given the opportunity to opt out of providing your contact information to the sponsor. You will still be contacted for information on the webcast if you choose to opt out.

Register

 

Terms of Use

The information contained in this webinar is presented as supplier sponsored webinar.  The seminar format is to present information of current interest and to provide a venue for interaction between ASHRAE members and the webinar sponsor. These seminars should not be considered peer-reviewed (or the final word on any subject). ASHRAE has not investigated, and ASHRAE expressly disclaims any duty to investigate any product, service, procedure, design, or the like which may be described herein. The appearance of any technical data or editorial material in this presentation does not constitute endorsement, warranty, or guarantee by ASHRAE of any product, service, process, procedure, design, or the like. ASHRAE does not warrant that the information in this presentation is free of errors. The entire risk of the use of any information in this presentation is assumed by the user. Before making any decision or taking any action on this subject, you should consult a qualified professional advisor.