This course has been designed for participants that have management oversight of existing industrial ventilation systems. It has been designed to follow along with ACGIH’s, Industrial Ventilation: A Manual of Recommended Practice for Operations and Maintenance (which will be provided to course participants).  The course contains a combination of classroom lectures and associated hands-on lab exercises.

Topics to be covered in this course include: • Hood flow principles and measurement • Measuring duct static and velocity pressures (SP and VP) and determining volumetric flow rate (Q) • Measuring fan static pressure(SP), velocity pressure (VP), volumetric flow rate (Q), speed (RPM) and amperage • Building fan curves • Changing the system volumetric flow rate by changing fan speed • Adding a hood to an existing ventilation system • Monitoring system performance with pressure measurements • Balancing systems by adjusting dampers • Gathering baseline data about an existing system • Proof of performance system testing • Using deviations in baseline data to diagnose problems • Troubleshooting and analysis of underperforming ventilation systems

Attendance in this course is limited to a maximum of 20 participants, so register now!    

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