Date(s) - 01/16/2018
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
**By attending this meeting you will earn 1 PDH Credit**
Chilled Beam Design and Applications
Chilled Beam systems are gaining popularity within the HVAC market as design goals trend towards more energy efficient models. Utilizing the increased energy density of water over all-air systems allows for a potential decrease in annual energy use. Adding hydronic devices to the HVAC systems introduces new design variables typically not found in traditional all-air systems. This presentation will aim to educate on the application of Chilled Beam systems as well as serve as an introduction to the technology.
Speaker Bio – Nathan Vaughn
Graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. I began my career with Price Industries after graduation as a design engineer for one of Price’s special design groups. This transitioned into a chilled beams design group and I later moved into the Product Application Specialist role where I am currently situated. I have been with Price for 5 years now and have worked on hundreds of chilled beams projects over my tenure here.
Technical Topic Presented by Rick Ellison
A Variable Speed Pumping System is used in hydronic heating and cooling systems to significantly reduce the flow of water. Typically used in radiant panel (ceiling, wall or floor) and chilled beam (passive and active) applications, the technology significantly reduces pump flows and pipe sizes for reduced energy consumption and lower first costs. The Variable Speed Pumping System also provides precise control of supply water to the terminal, e.g. chilled beam, and precise control of room temperatures.
5:30pm – 6:15pm Networking by the Main Bar
6:15pm – 7:30pm Meeting / Dinner
**Valet Parking is Complimentary**
Bookings are closed for this event.