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November 2015 Monthly Meeting, Free for Vets

  • November 11, 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Doubletree Hotel Carrier Circle (6301 State Route 298, East Syracuse, New York, 13057)

Registration

  • All-access members are free. You should still RSVP for all meetings using this form.
  • The first visit for any YEA Member (those under 35) is FREE!
  • General Registration for all attendees - prepay online
  • General Registration for all attendees - prepay online
  • ASHRAE Life Members pay a discounted registration fee of $25, contact Richard Kimball (rkimball@bergmannpc.com) for more information.
  • Free for all Veterans

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Date:                     November 11, 2015 (Veterans Day)

Time:                     5:30 PM -8:00 PM

Location:              Doubletree Hotel Carrier Circle (6301 State Route 298, East Syracuse, New York, 13057)

Presenter:          Robert Morris (Flow Safe Inc.)

Program:             Following OSHA to Save Energy in Labs

SU Graduate Student Poster Presentation

ASHRAE CNY Research Promotion Night

FREE FOR VETS

PDH:                      1 PDH

Few may have read Federal OSHA 29CFR Part 1910 “occupational exposure to hazardous chemicals in laboratories”. Some may understand that the Law eliminated fume hood face velocity as the metric for fume hood performance but less understands what the replacement was. Lab design presents a special challenge to the designer since labs have more Codes and standards to follow than most other projects. Generally fume hoods drive the mechanical design where this mechanical device is supplied as part of the furniture package. The presentation reviews the impact OSHA Law and recommended Codes and standards have on the design and operation and by doing so can reduce the mechanical first cost, control complexity and energy usage by > 50% with a safer working environment.


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