The National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB) is a nonprofit organization, founded in 1971 by contractors in the hvac industry. NEBB exists to help architects, engineers, building owners, and contractors produce great buildings with hvac systems that perform in ways they have been visualized and designed. NEBB establishes and maintains industry standards, procedures and specifications for work in its various disciplines that include: testing-adjusting-balancing (TAB)--air and hydronic systems, sound and vibration (S&V) measurement, cleanroom performance testing (CPT), and building systems commissioning--hvac and plumbing systems.
As one of the many associations that partner with the AHR EXPO, they encourage their members to be educated about the latest industry trends, innovations and practical solutions for residential, commercial, institutional and industrial applications. NEBB members are able to sharpen their individual skills through numerous seminars and detailed educational programs presented by ASHRAE at its winter meeting held in conjunction with AHR EXPO. They will also be able to attend the popular building automation sessions that are held at the show. At the 2003 AHR EXPO, there will be five separate sessions that discuss a variety of building automation topics.