USING ASHRAE’S IAQ PROCEDURE TO REDUCE OUTSIDE AIR INTAKE, CORRESPONDING AC TONNAGE AND ENERGY USE
Where: Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen, 5011 Pan American Fwy NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109
When: November 18, 2014,
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM Correction: 5:30pm
Speaker: Lawrence Sunshine, Vice President, Plasma Air International
The seldom used and little known IAQ Procedure from ASHRAE’s Standard 62.1 allows engineers and building owners to reduce the amount of required outside air by evaluating the contaminant levels before and after air purification. The procedure meets the Ventilation Exception of the International Mechanical Code (IMC). It is simplified and presented in a straightforward manner.
• The positive effects of a higher ion count
• How Bipolar Ionization technology works
• Product performance – laboratory testing
• Selection guides
• Target applications
• ASHRAE’s IAQ Procedure (and the IMC Exception)
• Cost analysis of a typical project
• How to design an IAQ Procedure project
• Validation case study
• Worldwide references
• Technology summary
About the Speaker: Lawrence Sunshine brings with him more than 25 years of experience as both an engineer and executive in the HVAC and Indoor Air Quality industries. As Vice President of Plasma Air International, he overseas their expansion into the North American IAQ market while advancing the company’s global business development strategy.
Prior to joining Plasma Air in 2004, Mr. Sunshine was the VP of Marketing for Lindab, the world’s largest duct system manufacturer, where he was instrumental in winning national accounts such as Gap, Wal-Mart, Walgreen’s and Publix Supermarkets. He was also Lindab’s representative to the international steering committee for the company’s AutoCAD® driven software application, CADvent®. Prior to joining Lindab, Mr. Sunshine began his career in 1988 as an HVAC engineer and Project Manager at Joseph R. Loring and Associates in New York.
He has been an active member of ASHRAE, appointed a board member of SPIDA, and served as guest speaker at various industry events.