ASHRAE Toronto May 2015 Dinner Meeting

  • 04 May 2015
  • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Hotel Novotel; 45 The Esplanade, Toronto
  • 2

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MAY 2015 DINNER MEETING

 

ASHRAE Toronto Chapter invites all members and guests
to our final dinner meeting of the year

 

Date: Monday May 4, 2015
Reception: 5pm to 6pm
Dinner Meeting: 6pm to 9pm
Location:
Street View
Hotel Novotel Toronto Centre
45 The Esplanade, Toronto
   

Feature Presentation

Natatorium Design & Dehumidification

Facilities with indoor pools are notoriously complex to design and can be expensive to operate. This presentation covers the many critical system design aspects of a Natatorium which include the fundamentals of psychrometrics, dew point, humidity/condensation control, moisture load calculation, air distribution, ventilation requirements, water chemistry and how to optimize conditions to minimize operating costs.

ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer

Ralph Kittler, P.E.   

Mr. Kittler is an ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer and well regarded in the HVAC industry as an expert in dehumidification and Indoor Pool Design. He has been in the dehumidification and Natatorium design field for 25 years. He is TC 9.8’s reviser responsible for the chapter which covers Natatorium Design (Large Building Air Conditioning Applications) in ASHRAE’s 1999/2003/2007/2011 Applications Design Handbooks. He is also TC 8.10’s chairman and their Handbook subcommittee chair for the Mechanical Dehumidifiers chapter (24) in the Systems and Equipment Handbook and speaks regularly at ASHRAE meetings across the country.

Mr. Kittler is a Co-Founder and Director of Sales & Marketing for Seresco Technologies Inc., a dehumidifier manufacturer. He is a Professional Engineer with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Lakehead University, Ontario Canada in 1989.


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