May Virtual Meeting
Join us on Tuesday, May 19th with Lorrie Todd, UV Resources, on UV-C Applications
This timely presentation briefly describes the history of Germicidal UV-C technology and its ability to inactivate all known microorganisms including viruses, mold, bacteria—even drug-resistant superbugs, while reducing HVAC energy use by up to 25%.
We will explore the three primary applications of UV-C for air and HVAC surface protection: 1) HVAC coil/surface irradiation to boost coil-heat-transfer efficiency, 2) HVAC airstream disinfection to kill airborne pathogens and 3) Upper-Room/Air treatment for infectious diseases. It will also examine the operating conditions that increase or decrease the required minimum UV-C energy in a specific application such as UV-C fixture placement, air temperature, air velocity and AHU material reflectivity. Case studies will be presented along with the simple methods used to validate increased HVAC and IAQ performance. Additionally, current application standards and guidelines within ASHRAE, IUVA, IES, UL and ISO will be discussed.
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Tuesday, May 19, 2020
6:00 PM Presentation via Go To Meeting
Link to be provided to first 150 registered participants
NCAEE Members and other AEE Chapter Members with RSVP
No cost for attendees
For more than 33 years, Lorrie Todd has served the HVAC community, helping to educate and train facility managers, specifying engineers and industry professionals with an emphasis on UV-C air and surface treatment and cleaning technologies. As Regional Sales Manager, UV Resources, Ms. Todd serves ASHRAE’s North Carolina Triangle Chapter as Research Promotions Co-Chair, and is a member of ASHE and the NC Hospital Engineers Association. Her work experience includes Cambridge Filter Corporation, Farr Company, Flanders Filters and Steril-Aire, and American Ultraviolet Company.
Go To Meeting link to be provided to first 150 registered participants.
- If questions call Dale Cranford cell phone 336-553-7768 or Phil Korest cell phone 919-627-5982