Standard 62.1: Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality
Explains how Standard 62.1 applies to the design of new buildings, additions and to existing buildings. 33.5 PDHs.
Describes how ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62.1– Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality applies to the design of new buildings and additions to existing buildings. Covers investigation and maintenance of indoor air quality (IAQ) levels and all documentation requirements. The calculations required for designing efficient and effective systems to provide acceptable indoor air quality are also covered.
Upon course completion, you will understand:
Why buildings ventilation is necessary.
What outdoor air quality is acceptable and why it is important.
Outdoor air intakes and exhaust.
Natural ventilation and exhaust.
Indoor air quality procedure.
Ventilation Rate Procedure (VRP).
VRP Multiple Zones - Ventilation for multi-purpose and large buildings.
Re-circulating and treating indoor air.
VRP Multiple Zones VAV for saving fan energy.
VRP Multiple Zones (Complex ventilation systems).
Moisture and mold control.
Construction, startup, and maintenance.
The process and importance of documentation.
The course is made of up 17 independent courses, which may be taken separately for PDHs:
Purpose: Why We Ventilate Buildings
Scope, Definitions, App G & Example Buildings
Outdoor Air Quality
Outdoor Air Intakes and Exhaust
Natural Ventilation and Exhaust
Ventilation Rate Procedure (VRP)
VRP for Multiple Zones
Recirculating and Treating Indoor Air
VRP Multiple Zones VAV
VRP Multiple Zones General Case
Varying Operating Conditions
Moisture and Mold Control
Construction, Startup, and Maintenance
2010 Ventilation Rate Procedure
Natural Ventilation Procedure