Advanced HVAC in High-Tech Buildings - Laboratories
On Demand Training
This course addresses the six areas that are most responsible for energy waste in laboratories including the air handling systems and fume hoods and provides numerous suggestions for reducing energy use.
Upon completing this course, you will be able to identify the key components of a laboratory HVAC design that will:
- Optimize ventilation (air change) rates and reduce fume hood energy;
- Right-size HVAC system capacity and minimize simultaneous heating and cooling;
- Lower HVAC fan energy use; and
- Evaluate energy recovery.
This e-learning course is hosted on the Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG) learning management system. To take the course, click the Start button below. Then log into the WBDG system to launch the course and take the multiple choice assessment. Students will earn .20 IACET CEUs upon successful completion of the course and assessment.
- Dale Sartor, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Read bio.
- Steve Greenberg, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Read bio.
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