ENERGY: Sustainability; Optimisation & Environment

Air Conditioning & Refrigeration

Low Energy Air Filters - Energy Efficiencywith required clean Air Quality

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CAMFIL LTD
Knowsley Road
Haslingden
Lancashire
BB4 4EG
www.camfil.com

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Length
i.e. One hour minimum

Attendees
i.e Specifying engineers; architects; FMengineers

Location
Usually at client offices or our training department

Provider
CAMFIL LTD

Description
The principle focus of course is on the energy saving benefits of using Low Energy Air Filters in both HVAC and Process plant applications. Delivering the required amount of clean air while using the minimum amount of energy can be best achieved using Low Energy Air Filters. Life Cycle Costing analysis is the tool best suited to make the optimum selection of air filter. The energy consumption of the filter is the major cost element of the LCC.(typically about 80% of the total.) Other cost reduction benefits are the filter cost, maintenance cost, disposal cost and related coil and duct clean costs. By the end of this CPD session engineers will have an understanding of the importance of air quality and an appreciation of the significant cost reduction benefits and short payback time given by using Low Energy Air Filters. The course covers air filter test standards and there are extra modules covering Hepa and Gas filtration.

Course title and key points covered
"Air Filtration with Low Energy Air Filters"
1. Why we need Air Filters
2. The energy consumed by Air Filters
3. How we optimize Air Filter selection
4. Life Cycle Costing and Air System factors
5. Payback time. What is the benefit.
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DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF COURSE
The principle focus of course is on the energy saving benefits of using Low
Energy Air Filters in both HVAC and Process plant applications. Delivering
the required amount of clean air while using the minimum amount of energy
can be best achieved using Low Energy Air Filters.
Life Cycle Costing analysis is the tool best suited to make the optimum
selection of air filter. The energy consumption of the filter is the major
cost element of the LCC.(typically about 80% of the total.) Other cost
reduction benefits are the filter cost, maintenance cost, disposal cost and
related coil and duct clean costs.
By the end of this CPD session engineers will have an understanding of the
importance of air quality and an appreciation of the significant cost
reduction benefits and short payback time given by using Low Energy Air
Filters.
The course covers air filter test standards and there are extra modules
covering Hepa and Gas filtration.
SPEAKERS
Peter Dyment has fifteen years in the Air Filtration Industry initially in
sales but then special projects and training . Ten years in HVAC and
industrial fan manufacture and three years in Air Handling Unit
manufacturing and application. He trained as a Mechanical Engineer.
Participation in trade association and standards committees. CIBSE
accredited CPD presenter and experience as an AC inspector.
Dr. Chris Ecob Phd. Special expertise in Gas Filtration systems on projects
located worldwide.

Speakers
Peter Dyment has fifteen years in the Air Filtration Industry initially in

sales but then special projects and training . Ten years in HVAC and

industrial fan manufacture and three years in Air Handling Unit

manufacturing and application. He trained as a Mechanical Engineer.

Participation in trade association and standards committees. CIBSE

accredited CPD presenter and experience as an AC inspector.

Dr. Chris Ecob Phd. Special expertise in Gas Filtration systems on projects

located worldwide.

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