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November 2014 - Gas Detection

posted Oct 2, 2014, 6:42 AM by Northern Indiana ASHRAE ASHRAE
Gas Detection and Control Systems

Gas detection systems can be used to save both lives and energy... but you need to know which you are doing when... and why.  Join us to get a better understanding of gas detection and control systems.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn about gas types and workplace limit levels
  2. Understand control monitoring and alarm systems
  3. Know the applicable code considerations as related to energy, ventilation, and refrigeration codes
  4. Know how to specify the proper location of different gas sensors
  5. Specific gas covered will include CO, CO2, NO2, O2, refrigerants, and more

About the Presenter
Ryan R. Hoger, LEED AP, has been with Temperature Equipment Corp. since 1997. He was the 2007-08 president of the Illinois ASHRAE Chapter and is actively involved with several ASHRAE and gas/electric utility committees. He has extensive experience with building automation systems (BAS), energy recovery ventilators (ERV), variable refrigerant flow (VRF), demand controlled ventilation (DCV), and other energy conserving HVAC systems. Ryan has written several HVAC articles for various publications and has a Bachelor of Science degree in General Engineering from the University of Illinois. He can be contacted at ryan.hoger@tecmungo.com.


Thursday, November 6, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CDT
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Continuing Education
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Sponsors
Nothern Indiana ASHRAE
Temperature Equipment Corporation
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