LIVE Webinar Series!
(PLEASE NOTE: The following webinars are not part of the PDH accreditation program.)
Excited to be offering our FREE Live Webinar Series! We have some great topics scheduled for 2021.
“Achieving Your Ventilation Goals with Energy Recovery”
Wednesday, May 26th, 2021 at 11AM EST.
Dilution ventilation is a primary mechanism for maintaining good indoor air quality (IAQ). However, designing and operating these systems can be challenging Please join us as we discuss the benefits of dilution ventilation and how energy recovery ventilation can be utilized to achieve reliable and affordable delivery of fresh outside air to improve IAQ. Register below!
Missed our previous webinars? Check our our Youtube channel below for previous webinars.
To view our previous webinars:
- April Webinar:
“Spring Cleaning of your Energy Recovery Wheels”, CLICK HERE for the recorded presentation.
- June Webinar:
“Cost Effective Replacement of Inoperable Energy Recovery Wheels”, CLICK HERE for the recorded presentation.
- August Webinar:
“Understanding Energy Recovery Component Leakage”, CLICK HERE for the recorded presentation.
- October Webinar:
“Airxweb 2.0 – Selecting the Best Energy Recovery Wheel”, access to recording per request. Contact us at email@example.com.
- December Webinar: “Best Practices for Energy Recovery Component Replacements and Market Opportunities”, CLICK HERE for the recorded presentation.
- February Webinar:
“Frost Prevention in Energy Recovery Wheels”, CLICK HERE for the recorded presentation.
- April Webinar:
“Revisions to ASHRAE/AHRI Standards Effecting Efficiency & How Climate Zones Impact Energy Recovery”, access to presentation per request. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. A white paper is also available for this topic.
- June Webinar: three-part webinar series – “Practical Guidance to Restarting and Operating Energy Recovery Systems”.
PDH Accreditation: Continuing Education Seminar for Energy Recovery
Airxchange now offers a seminar to licensed Professional Engineers whose associations require them to maintain continuing education credits in the United States (excluding Florida and Alabama). These include CEMs under AEE (Association of Energy Engineers) and CHFMs under ASHE (American Society of Healthcare Engineering). The seminar provides a technical overview of energy recovery ventilation and how it’s application reduces energy demand for building designs and operation.
Contact Airxchange for more info on this seminar: email@example.com or fill in the form below to request a seminar.
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Rockland, MA 02370