Register for the January Chapter
Meeting Date: January 16, 2017
Russo’s Spazio Westport
12031 Lackland Rd
St. Louis, MO 63146
4:15 PM– 4:45 PM Registration & Networking
4:45 PM – 5:35 PM Technical Session
5:45 PM – 7:00 PM Dinner and Main Session
- Chapter Members Cost $0.00*
* when chapter dues paid
- Non-Members Cost $25.00
PAYMENT METHODS: Credit Cards w/ Online payment during registration; Or – Paypal invoice on arrival.
Everyone must register even if you have paid dues.
ONLINE: Click on hyperlink below or copy and paste the URL into your browser: http://ashrae-stl.org/registration/ Please make sure that you fill in all the information requested, press ‘submit’ and then complete the form to the point where you hit ‘confirm’. Thank you.
CANCELLATION: You may cancel up to 8:00am on Monday before the meeting. If not canceled by this point you will be responsible for the meeting cost of $25.
PDH CERTIFICATES: Will be emailed to all attendees.
AHRI 920 & ASHRAE 90.1 Update – DX-DOAS Performance Standard
The speaker will review the newly adopted AHRI 920 standard for DX-DOAS. This standard, for the performance of dedicated outside air systems, was adopted in 2016 and also has been added to ASHRAE 90.1 – 2013 through Addendum cd. The speaker will review why the standard was created, how the resulting Integrated Seasonal Moisture Removal Efficiency is calculated for applicable equipment, and why the engineering community needs to adopt this standard for proper equipment selection.
Indoor Grow Room Design
The speaker will review the indoor grow room application and the importance of proper HVAC equipment selection in this emerging market application. With the expanded state legalization of medicinal marijuana and in some cases, the recreational legalization of this product, there is an expanded interest in maximizing product output while meeting product quality guidelines established by state inspectors. There is also an expanded interest in indoor farming of produce to meet the buy local demand and reduce the threat of food born contamination. The speaker will discuss the latent & sensible loads that are created with indoor farming applications and how these affect the proper equipment selection.
About the Presenter:
Director of Sales & Marketing, Desert Aire Corp.
Paul Stewart is the Director of Sales, Marketing, & Service for Desert Aire Corporation. He joined Desert Aire in April 2009 after a 23 year career with Johnson Controls. His experience at JCI in OEM sales and sales management has supported his efforts at Desert Aire. Paul’s responsibilities at Desert Aire include leading the sales effort, promoting the marketing & branding of Desert Aire, and overseeing the service & technical support functions.
Paul earned a Bachelor’s Degree in General Engineering from the University of Illinois – Champaign/Urbana.
He resides in Louisville, KY with his wife Patty, their college aged daughter Abigail, and dog Roxy. He has two grown sons as well. Paul enjoys running and bicycling in his spare time. He also enjoys dining out at locally owned restaurants and sampling craft brewed beers.