A free supplier-sponsored webinar by Honeywell Analytics
Presented live January 16, 2014
Available anytime on demand
IAQ/Gas Monitoring System Design: Challenges & Best Practices
Engineers and contractors face many strategic and tactical decisions when planning the integration of gas monitoring system into a commercial building. For example, what approach do I take with a retrofit project versus a new one? What gases needed to be detected? Where do I place the gas monitors for maximum effect? What team should I assemble for the project (e.g. facility manager, gas detection expert, fire marshal)? How do I link BACnet beyond HVAC equipment to gas monitors? Are there ways to reduce expenses on conduit and other capital, as well as labor, costs?
Attendees of this webinar will cover:
- Using BACnet, LonWorks and other building automation systems to optimum advantage
- Mechanical room strategies for monitoring refrigerant gases and natural gas leaks
- Using demand-control ventilation more effectively
- Indoor Air Quality Monitoring for auditoriums, conference rooms and other buildings
- Gaining points for LEED certification, reducing energy costs and obtaining green building merits
About the Presenter
An engineer by training, Don Olson drives the go-to-market strategies for Honeywell's indoor air quality and gas monitoring products developed for the Commercial building industry. He serves as liaison to Honeywell's Automated Control Solutions group to integrate gas detection instrumentation with security, surveillance and other automated systems.
A strong proponent of intelligent building and green technologies, Don is emerging as an active conference speaker on sustainability topics, including the role of gas detection in improving Indoor Air Quality, reducing building energy consumption through on-demand ventilation systems, obtaining LEED credits and green building merits, and improving occupant health and safety as well as building profitability.
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