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ASHRAE Toronto May 2016 Dinner Meeting

  • 02 May 2016
  • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Fantasy Farm, Toronto
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MAY 2016 DINNER MEETING

 

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

 

Date: Monday May 2, 2016
Reception: 5pm to 6pm
Dinner Meeting: 6pm to 9pm
Location:
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Fantasy Farm, 50 Pottery Road, Toronto, M4K 2B9
   

Feature Presentation

Air Curtains 101

         Air Curtains create a seamless barrier of air over any door, window, or opening allowing ease of accessibility into and out of the building. Air Curtains are a huge energy savings device as they help to maintain interior building temperatures while doors and windows are constantly being opened and closed. By maintaining comfortable indoor temperatures, employee productivity increases and energy costs decrease. By delivering a constant flow of air across the width of an opening, air curtains create a barrier between two distinct environments and maintain temperature separation. Come learn how to apply these principles to your next project, from retail to restaurant, warehouse to storage, and drive-thru to walk-ins.


Frank R. Cuaderno 

         Frank R. Cuaderno is the Vice President of Engineering for Mars Air Systems, LLC, in Gardena, California and has over 20 years of experience with HVAC and Air Curtain systems design.

         He serves as a voting member of ASHRAE TC 5.3, as well as various ASHRAE sub-committees and AMCA committees. He is the first and current chair of the newly formed (2014) ASHRAE TC 5.3 Air Curtain Engineering Sub-committee and also chairs the AMCA 222 committee. Mars is committed to educating and informing the engineering and design communities the value of air curtains through educational sessions and collaborative third party testing.


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