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Air-to-Air Energy Recovery - VOD

Format On Demand: Online
Offered by Trane a business of Ingersoll Rand
Category Energy and atmosphere

With the increased focus on reducing energy use in buildings, more projects are considering the use of air-to-air energy recovery. Energy codes are evolving to require energy recovery in more applications. This ENL will discuss the various technologies used for air#to#air energy recovery, the importance of properly controlling these devices in various systems types, and recent changes to building codes that will require them in more systems.

Objectives

-Summarize design strategies to help maximize the energy-saving benefits of exhaust-air energy recovery
-Identify control strategies that can help maximize the energy-saving benefits of exhaust-air energy recovery
-Identify various air-to-air energy recovery technologies and summarize the advantages and drawbacks of each
-Summarize how recent changes to energy codes impact the requirement for using exhaust-air energy recovery in buildings

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CE Hours 1.5
AIA/CES (LU) 1.5