February 2019 (Idaho Falls) Morning Technical Workshop

February 12, 2019
9:30 AM MST to 11:30 AM MST
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North Wind Group at Taylor Crossing
1075 S. Utah Ave, Suite 200
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
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This presentation covers the very basics of VRF – What is it? Why use it? When to use it? And maybe most importantly, when NOT to use it. The presentation will hit key highlights from VRF Chapter of the ASHRAE Handbook. In addition, this presentation cover the most important design considerations for VRF systems, including some best practices and lessons learned from real-life applications.

A combined VRF and DOAS building system offers many advantages, such as energy efficiency, enhanced occupant comfort, and reduced mechanical system space requirements. To realize these benefits and meet the requirements of the space (sensible temperature, humidity ratio, and ventilation requirements), the designer must pay close attention to system design and application. This presentation will cover basic system design concepts for a VRF + DOAS system, advantages and disadvantages of various system designs, and key considerations for meeting code and space requirements.

 

Speaker:

Pam Duffy, P.E. is a Senior Product Manager for Lennox International. As a product manager, Pam is responsible for strategic direction, product roadmaps, new product development, launches and sunsets, and ongoing product category support. She has a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Central Florida and earned her P.E. license in 2013.

Pam is a nationally-recognized advocate for VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) technology in North America. She has regularly contributed to formal publications, such as the NEWS, as well as more informal avenues such as LinkedIn. Pam has delivered hundreds of presentations on VRF technology at events such as ASHRAE society conferences. In addition, Pam contributes her expertise to technical groups. Some of her past involvement includes: ACCA Manual S voting member, ASHRAE T.C. 8.7 Corresponding Member, and a regular reviewer of ASHRAE Standards, Guidelines, and Addendums. Pam is an active volunteer in the Dallas Chapter of ASHRAE. 

Previously, Pam served as President of the Atlanta Chapter in 2013-2014, for which the Chapter earned the Region’s Rudy Ferguson (Chapter of the Year) award. Pam is also currently serving as a member of the Electronic Communications Committee (ECC) and previously served for on the Conferences and Expositions Committee (CEC). 

Pam is a Life Member of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and has been named to both the Consulting-Specifying Engineer’s list of 40 under 40 as well as the NEWS’ 40 under 40.

Tickets

$0.00 Member Ticket

$15.00 Non-Member Ticket

$0.00 Student Ticket