HVAC

The use of high performance HVAC equipment can result in considerable energy, emissions, and cost savings (10%-40%). Whole building design coupled with an “extended comfort zone” can produce much greater savings (40%-70%). Extended comfort includes employing concepts such as providing warmer, but drier air using desiccant dehumidification in summer, or cooler air with warmer windows and warmer walls in winter. In addition, high-performance HVAC can provide increased user thermal comfort, and contribute to improved indoor environmental quality (IEQ).

HeatSpring instructors and courses are geared toward high efficiency systems and written for the leaders the industry.

Last Chance to Enroll in ASHRAE 62.2 Ventilation for Single-Family Dwellings

The ASHRAE 62.2 Ventilation for Single-Family Dwellings course begins February 20th and you have until the end of the week to enroll so don’t miss out! This is one of our top rated courses which has earned an impressive 9.1/10 rating from students. Take a look at some of the reviews:

“As an architectural engineer, certified energy […]

February 15th, 2017|Categories: Building Science, HVAC Design||

Fill in Your Knowledge Gaps – October HVAC Trainings

Sharpen and grow your skillset via a technical, online course about heating, ventilation, cooling and air conditioning systems:
Integrated HVAC Engineering – Master the complex interaction of room air temperature, humidity, mean radiant temperature, ventilation rate, lighting, sound, and even odors that determine the true quality of an interior environment. Go beyond LEED and ASHRAE standards with […]

Building & Powering an Award-Winning Net Zero Energy Home

Can a home be beautiful, powered entirely by solar energy, use sustainable heating and cooling systems and save it’s owners roughly $3,500 a year? Why, yes it can. Just ask Joanne Coons, who built her award winning, single-family, Net Zero Energy Home in 2010. Sustainable Woman Joanne talks Net Zero standards, efficient appliances and goods, her […]

Deep Boreholes in GSHP Systems: Pressure Considerations & Installation Practices

Factors such as space limitations are forcing engineers to utilize deep boreholes to meet design requirements for Ground Source Heat Pump (GSHP) systems.
In such cases, hydrostatic pressures must be considered to ensure successful installation can take place. This short course, led by expert Ryan Carda, P.E., focuses on the necessary calculations along with the recommended […]

Geothermal HVAC Design: From Building Loads to Bore Field Design

Learn geothermal HVAC design fundamentals, with emphasis on building load (residential, commercial and institutional) development, leading to bore field specification.
Watch Al’s lectures (one introductory, the other highly technical), and download a Geothermal HVAC Design Performance Simulator excel file in his brand new, $45 HeatSpring course.

Who should enroll?

Engineers, HVAC contractors, building owners, and those who […]