High Performance HVAC Systems
March 7, 2019 | 12:00 PM – 5:30 PM PST
North Creek Events Center UW-Bothell | 18225 Campus Way Northeast, Bothell, WA 98011
Do you want to get the most out of your HVAC system? Do you desire clean, fresh air circulating through your home or building without negative pressure vacuums? Does your project need a tight envelope and do your occupants want stable, comfortable indoor temperatures? Did you know that the best HVAC choice for efficiency and comfort is dependent on building size and several other factors?
Learn from Ecotope’s Shawn Oram and PAE’s David Mead about emerging technologies for heat pump systems and dedicated outdoor air systems (DOAS). New climate conscious refrigerants are helping to make green building more efficient than ever before, and the benefits of outdoor air systems include fresh air free of particulates and full of oxygen. Leave stuffy airspace behind with the solutions available at this ShiftBuilding Symposium.
Discover the details and the best products available from the manufacturer’s representatives! Featured manufacturers will share their products and applications in track learning sessions. Discover the importance of balanced ventilation and appropriate applications of technology from the experts. The day will have structured trade-show opportunities for learning more and meeting new members of the green building field.
Don’t miss the UW-Bothell Mechanical Engineering cohort’s Building Innovations Database research products. Learn about current and recently completed projects in high performance design utilizing many of these HVAC units available on the market now. Passive House and Built Green certified projects stand out as beyond code demonstrations of excellence in architecture design. Students will present seven projects during the tradeshow period of the day: meet the talented emerging Mechanical Engineers from UW-Bothell!
12:00 check in, trade show, student presentations
12:40 Announcements and Welcome
1:00 Featured Speakers and rep presentations featuring:
Shawn Oram: DOAS for multi-family
David Mead: Emerging Refrigerants for Heat Pump systems
This program includes refreshments and a light lunch.