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Air-to-Air Energy Recovery Fundamentals

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Course Length: 3 hours

This course is a part of the ASHRAE Career Enhancement Curriculum Program:
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Air-to-air energy recovery provides one of the most cost-effective and efficient ways to recycle waste energy and create superior indoor environments. This course introduces recommendations in the latest ASHRAE and AHRI standards, codes and guidelines with respect to air-to-air energy recovery technology to help determine where and when energy recovery is mandated and why. This course also provides a detailed overview of the most popular commercially available technologies on the market today and explores their construction, psychrometrics, thermodynamic theory of operation, and important operations and maintenance considerations for long life and consistent performance. Engineers, designers and other professionals who are interested in learning all about air-to-air energy recovery and receiving practical guidance on where and when to use different technologies for different applications should attend this course. By the end of the course, participants will be able to better evaluate the performance of these devices and will be able to identify the advantages of each technology to help solve practical problems in meeting ventilation requirements while delivering optimal performance.


Course Instructor

Paul Pieper, P.Eng., Member ASHRAE


Additional Information

All courses are available for Chapter and In-Company Programs. Courses may be periodically scheduled for the Winter and/or Annual Conference Education Programs, as well as the Online Courses Series.

Chapters or Companies: Contact Karen Murray, Manager of Professional Development (kmurray@ashrae.org or 678-539-1146), to schedule an ALI seminar or course at your organization or event.

Availability: Check the various offerings listed under Professional Development > Learning Portal to see if this course is being offered at an upcoming event.

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