The Design course offers three levels: Phase I, Phase II and Non-Standard Air Applications.  You will be asked to select a level during your initial Conference registration.

Participants will receive a copy of the ACGIH® publication, Industrial Ventilation: A Manual of Recommended Practice for Design, 28th edition.
  The design courses offer more than 20 hours of classroom instruction addressing the application of industrial ventilation system design principles. The following seminars, some of which are concurrent, are offered to design course participants, specific to their chosen level:

• Principles of Air Movement • Principles of Hood Design • Principles of Duct Design and Construction • Industrial Ventilation System Installation Costs • Fan Selection • Fan System Effects • Fan Installation, Operation and Maintenance • Workplace Exposure Assessments • Mechanical Collection and Baghouses • Recirculation of Exhaust Air • Applied Industrial Ventilation • Scrubbers, ESPs and Other Cleaners • Stack Design • Ventilating Combustible Dusts • Ventilation System Testing Lab

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