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1 hour maximum
Mechanical and Electrical Building Design Engineers and Consultants with design responsibility. The course is ideally suited to practicing engineers working on HVAC designs
None for one hour courses/presentation
Usually at client premises or agreed external venue
Carel UK Ltd
This presentation covers the primary conditions created through heating/cooling effects within non-domestic buildings and subsequent impact on humidity. The aim is to illustrate the importance of maintaining acceptable levels of relative humidity and the implications for not doing so'The objective of this presentation is to illustrate the benefits of humidification, and to make the case for its inclusion in a wide range of applications using a range of available technologies’ We Cover:
ABOUT CARELS CREDENTIALS
BASIC TERMINOLOGY & PSYCHROMETRICS
DESIGN CRITERIA & CALCULATIONS
TYPES OF HUMIDIFICATION APPLICATIONS
Course title and key points covered
• Temperature and Pressure conditions influence changes to relative humidity
• People, Buildings, and Contents benefit from a minimum level of relative humidity
• Emphasis is given to process, goods, and operating machinery and NEED for humidification YET little emphasis is given to Comfort and Health humidification despite overwhelming evidence health and comfort are adversely affected
• The process of humidifying does have a cost
• However the cost of not humidifying could be significantly higher
Michael Leach - Industrial Engineer, 40+ years of experience in gas, oil and energy markets, 20+years in he HVAC sector.
Andie Chessun - 14+ years specialising in Humidification systems & steam generation and Chairman of FETA ‘Humidity Group’ since 2007.
Doru Zagorodnii - Mechanical Engineering (BEng) graduate.