Mechanical Ventilation with ASHRAE 62.2-2010 (with Paul Raymer)
Mechanical Ventilation with ASHRAE 62.2-2010 - Online
This training is delivered online using the EnergyLogic Academy learning management system. Comply with the ASHRAE 62.2-2010 Standard! This course will teach you to size the system, choose the system, install the system, test the system, and document the system. The course will provide you with all the knowledge, spreadsheets and forms that you need.
Mechanical ventilation is the ticket for tightening! Don’t stop getting the house tighter at some arbitrary point. With mechanical ventilation you can go beyond, saving more energy and more money. Besides; it’s not optional any more – codes, standards, and programs now require ventilation. You now have to comply with the ASHRAE 62.2-2010 Standard!
Our online course can help you do that by ensuring you understand the Standard and are able to use it to your best advantage.
Why take our course?
- This is not a passive course – you will be confronted by actual examples where you’ll have to apply the components of the Standard. We can even take on the challenge of your own house!
- You can get both BPI and RESNET CEUs.
- You’ll get a whole bunch of useful support materials.
- Since you have to know this stuff, why not learn it from the best?
- Our trainer has been working with ventilation for more than 35 years and wrote the book on this stuff. Literally! And he has been a part of writing the ASHRAE 62.2 Standard for 10 years. He chaired the residential ventilation team for the Vice President’s National Standard Work Specifications.
We hope you’ll join us. How hard could it be?
- Module 01 – Introduction
- Module 02 – Whole Building & Local Exhaust Ventilation
- Module 03 – Equipment Selection
- Module 04 – Quality Installation
- Module 05 – Testing
- Module 06 – Intermittent Operation
- Module 07 – Other Considerations
- Module 08 – Cost of Ventilation
- Module 09 – Final Exam
- Gain an understanding of the importance of residential, mechanical ventilation and be able to promote its use
- Gain exposure to different ventilation equipment choices
- Be able to apply different control strategies, including intermittent operation
- Come to appreciate the impacts of quality installation techniques and materials
- Discover the most affordable and most effective solution to a ventilation problem
- Discover inexpensive methods to measure CFM
- Understand proper ventilation system documentation
- Experience the elements of ASHRAE 62.2-2010
- Appreciate how ASHRAE 62.2 will change the role of BTLa/MVG
- Learn to calculate ASHRAE 62.2 whole building and local exhaust fan CFM
Instructor – Paul H. Raymer, a 10 year member of the ASHRAE 62.2 Committee
Paul H. Raymer has been working with building science for more than thirty years. He is the author of the Residential Ventilation Handbook (McGraw-Hill, 2010), and writes a regular tool column in “Home Energy Magazine.” He has been a member of the ASHRAE 62.2 committee for more than 10 years, and is the IAQ liaison for the Home Ventilating Institute (HVI). Paul has taught ventilation courses across the country at weatherization programs and conferences, at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. He is BPI Envelope, Building Analyst, Heating Professional and AC/Heat Pump certified, a BPI Proctor, and a certified HERS Rater, as well as a member of the Society of Building Science Educators (SBSE).