(The Current State of Regulatory Compliance, Design & Best Practices for Commercial Duct Systems)
Thursday, January 19, 2017
2:00 – 3:00pm ET
$40 for IAQA Members | $60 for Non-Members
This presentation will review key updates to the ASHRAE 62.1 standard for ventilation and indoor air quality, the SMACNA (Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association) duct design manual for energy efficiency, and other related industry guidelines. We will look at recent study results that highlight the size and the scope of the problems associated with building ventilation and the direct correlation between duct leakage rates, energy efficiency, and indoor air quality.
During this webinar, you will learn about:
- The regulatory compliance and air duct leakage standards associated with ASHRAE 62.1, the SMACNA duct design manual and other industry guidelines.
- Current research on the prevalence of duct leakage in commercial buildings today and the implications this has for energy efficiency and indoor air quality.
- Best practices for duct system testing and remediation.
- Presenting real-world examples of duct deficiencies and strategies used to mitigate the energy inefficiencies that result.
Neal Walsh is the Sr. Vice President of Strategy and Commercial Sales for Aeroseal, LLC. Prior to his role as Sr. Vice President, Mr. Walsh was Vice President at Airefco Inc. for over 8 years and has several years experience with Carrier Corporation. Mr. Walsh has extensive knowledge in the HVAC arena for both commercial and residential applications along with expertise in distribution, dealer, and sales team management and development.
Mr. Walsh holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Oregon State University and a MBA from Yale School of Management.
- IAQA webinars may be eligible for continuing education credits and/or hours from these organizations:
- American Council for Accredited Certifications for one (1) hour of continuing education credit
- International Association of Certified Home Inspectors for one (1) continuing education hour
- National Air Filtration Association for one (1) continuing education credit
- Restoration Industry Association (if applicable*)
- National Air Duct Cleaners Association (if applicable*)
* Eligibility will depend on the guidelines set by each organization. IAQA cannot guarantee that every webinar will qualify for continuing education credits and/or hours. The attendee is responsible for confirming with his/her organization if the presentation qualifies.
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