**** M.G. McLaren Lecture Series - Tuesday, January 8, 2013 ****

Estimating the Effects of Energy Conservation on Temperature and Humidity in Buildings

 
Date: Tuesday, January 8, 2013.

Location: McLaren Engineering - Lecture Hall
100 Snake Hill Road, West Nyack, NY 10994

Time: 5:30 PM - Refreshments, Food & Networking

6:00 PM - Lecture will begin promptly.

COST: $20 for Members, $35 for Non-Members*

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Speaker: Todd R. Crawford, PE
Bureau of Toxic Substance Assessment,
New York State Department of Health.

Course Title: Estimating the Effects of Energy Conservation on Temperature and Humidity in Buildings - 1 PDH - Course Number: NY1073

The Presentation will include discussion on the following topics:

1. Energy Conservation Construction Code
2. Estimating Heat Energy in Buildings
3. Estimating Air Leakage
4. Estimating Humidity Levels
5. Estimating Thermal Mass
6. Thermal Mass v. Insulation
7. Estimating Solar Heat Energy
8. Review and Conclusions
Course Title: Indoor Air Quality & Zoning Solutions Using Wireless Controls - 1 PDH - Course Number:

Course Presenter: Tom Quinn, Venco Sales, Honeywell Manufacturer's Representatives.

With technology ever evolving in the heating and air conditioning industry, learn about new and innovative indoor air quality design solutions for your next project, including humidification, dehumidification, ventilation and filtration.

Using wireless control systems, find out how to control these systems in zoned and non-zoned applications. Follow the story of a real-life indoor air quality dilemma and the system that was designed to resolve those issues.

Optimal indoor humidity eliminates environment for mold, bacteria, viruses, improves comfort, saves money on utility bills and allows full A/C SEER efficiency. Dehumidification is also useful for allergy sufferers and asthmatics, in rooms that smell musty, rooms with wood flooring as well as for art collectors.

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Admission fees shall be collected at the door at the beginning of the event, by cash or check payable to NYSSPE - PEC. [New York State Society of Professional Engineers]. This event is open to the public. For further information on schedule, registration and/or for ticket purchase, contact Kaitlin Sajduk - ksajduk@brookerengineering.com -
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NYS SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS
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