Engineering Summit 2023
The AirReps Engineering Summit takes center stage at the highly anticipated AirReps Expo, delivering an afternoon packed with seminars led by seasoned HVAC industry experts. It's a golden opportunity for everyone to expand their knowledge through immersive, hands-on learning experiences. Join us and be a part of the AirReps 2023 Engineering Summit – an event that welcomes all eager learners!
DAVE GREENHECK, AIRREPS
Design Practices for Air-to-Water & Water-to-Water Heat Pumps
Join Dave Greenheck from AirReps in this session as he shares his wealth of knowledge on the significance of electric and gas water heaters. He will also discuss ASHP and WTW heat pump design considerations when faced with the elimination of natural gas as the heat source. Attendees will gain insights into the operation of heaters in relation to domestic hot water requirements. They will delve into the crucial factors of operating conditions and the operating envelope that influences system performance.
This session promises to be a comprehensive exploration of design practices, equipping attendees with valuable strategies for achieving optimal heat pump performance. Don't miss out on this opportunity to expand your knowledge and stay at the forefront of the industry!
CYRUS KANGARLOO, JAGA
Enhancing Space Conditioning with Innovative Hydronic Terminal Units
Heating and cooling spaces utilizing electricity is an important part of HVAC today. With many tools at our disposal when creating HVAC systems designs, such as air-to-water heat pumps, the question becomes how to best utilize space efficiently, aesthetically, and quietly.
In this seminar, Cyrus Kangarloo will share more about how to satisfy a client’s goals for efficiency, comfort, and aesthetics with simple and safe terminal units that exceed the latest energy code revisions.
KEN HORSFALL, AIRREPS
Psychrometrics is the study of air and water vapor mixtures. In this seminar, attendees will learn hands-on how to use the psychrometric chart to define a specific air condition.
This process is a must in order to be able to properly calculate heating and cooling loads, select equipment, and design air distribution systems.