ASHRAE Wisconsin February Program: Steam design fundamentals and common pitfalls
Alioto’s Restaurant: 3041 N Mayfair Rd. Milwaukee, WI 53222
6:00pm – 7:00pm presentation
Thursday February 21st, at 6:00pm please join us for a program about steam design fundamentals. The presenter will be Tim Parbs of Badger Thermal Unlimited. He will discuss design fundamentals as well as common pitfalls he has seen through his years of design, installation and troubleshooting steam systems.
Tim started as a second-generation steamfitter. He worked his way through installation, service, project management, estimating, service management and sales. He has over 25 years of experience with steam systems. He is currently the president of Badger Thermal Unlimited, a manufacturer’s rep/distributer serving Wisconsin and surrounding areas. He is also a principal at Advanced Steam Technology Co., a manufacturer of ultra-high efficiency steam heating equipment. He provides technical assistance and training, as well as field surveys and steam energy audits. He also conducts frequent Steam Energy Seminars in a glass-piped demo room.
Tim is an associate member of ASHRAE.
Please register in advance.
ASHRAE created the HVAC Design: Level I — Essentials training to provide intensive, practical training for HVAC designers and others involved in the delivery of HVAC services. Developed by industry-leading professionals, this training provides the fundamental and technical aspects of HVAC design in commercial buildings.
In three days, gain practical skills and knowledge in designing, installing and maintaining HVAC systems that can be put to immediate use. The training provides real-world examples of HVAC systems, including calculations of heating and cooling loads, ventilation and diffuser selection using the newly renovated ASHRAE Headquarters building as a living lab. Engineered drawings of the ASHRAE Headquarters renovations will be incorporated to expose participants to plan reading and graphical understanding of system design.
ASHRAE’s HVAC Design: Level II — Applications training provides participants with advanced instruction on HVAC system designs for experienced HVAC designers or those who completed the HVAC Design: Level I— Essentials training.
Developed by industry-leading professionals, the training provides attendees with advanced level information about designing, installing and maintaining HVAC systems that can be put to immediate use. Attendees will gain an in-depth look into Standards 55, 62.1, 90.1, 189.1 and the Advanced Energy Design Guides. Participants will focus on a range or topics including: HVAC equipment and systems, energy modeling, designing a chiller plant, BAS controls.
Get more details or register here.
Our friends at the Energy Center of Wisconsin are hosting another series of courses and conferences regarding energy efficient building in both residential and commercial settings. Check out their website for details or follow these links to the specific offerings:
Better Buildings: Better Business Conference
Subslab ventilation systems for moisture control
Implementation of daylighting control systems
eQUEST energy modeling series
The new Focus on Energy Design Assistance Program has launched. The program provides design professionals, builders and developers of new buildings in Wisconsin whole building analysis of energy-saving options for a new building during the design phase. The program also offers owner incentives to reduce the upfront cost of high efficiency measures that exceed Wisconsin codes and standards.
Additional program information, including eligibility requirements and how to apply, can be found at www.focusonenergy.com/design-assistance