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Courses on energy, IAQ offered at ASHRAE '09 conference

November 16, 2008
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A full slate of ASHRAE instructional courses are available for attendees at the ASHRAE 2009 Winter Conference and the AHR Expo in January.

Eleven three-hour courses, along with four six-hour courses, are being offered by the ASHRAE Learning Institute, Jan. 24-28. For complete course and meeting registration info, visit

Professional Development courses taking place Saturday, Jan. 24, at the Palmer House Hilton
- Complying with Requirements of ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2007
- Exceeding Standard 90.1-2007, Testing, Adjusting, & Balancing
- The Commissioning Process in New & Existing Buildings

Short Courses taking place Sunday-Tuesday, Jan. 25-27, at McCormick Place in conjunction with the AHR Expo
- Humidity Control: Basic Principles, Loads, & Equipment
- The Basics of a Proposed Standard on High Performance Green Buildings (Standard 189.1P)
- Introduction to Green Buildings & Sustainable Construction
- Energy Management in New & Existing Buildings
- Chilled Beam Technology
- Low-Temperature Radiant Heating & High Temperature Radiant Cooling Systems
- Installation of Residential Ventilation Systems (Standard 62.2)
- Healthcare Facilities: Best Practice HVAC Design Considerations & Criteria
- Humidity Control: Applications, Control Levels, & Mold Avoidance
- Healthcare Facilities: Best Practice Applications of HVAC Systems
- Introduction to Thermal Energy Storage Systems for A/C


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