Save Thousands of $$ in Any Commerical Building: Via Energy Pump System Audit

Save Thousands of $$ in Any Commerical Building: Via Energy Pump System Audit

March 22, 2017, 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Level 1, 1C04

Language:
English

Pumping systems account for a significant portion of commercial buildings energy usage. In the majority of pumping systems for buildings the energy added to the moving fluids (HVAC, waste water, drinking water and all the other fluids in a building) is much greater than is required by the process, which leads to vast energy waste.

The excess energy leads to higher energy costs, higher maintenance costs and can lead to thousands of dollars in utilities costs each year. This session provides proven methods on how to assess pumping systems to identify and quantify pump systems energy consumption reduction opportunities and reliability improvement opportunities. In this educational program, pump end-users will learn to use the correct equipment/processes and understand the various techniques such as measurement, resulting in identification, documentation and prioritization of energy performance improvement opportunities.

Learning Objectives:
- Attendees will learn the core concepts to organizing and conducting any pump systems assessment for any commercial building
- Gain knowledge in how to collect and analyze the critical data on any building pump systems assessments
- Find out the best software tools and programs to conduct a comprehensive pump systems audit
- Learn the best methods in reporting, documenting and proving the actual return-on-investments with actual energy dollars savings

Contributors

  • Mike Licastro

    Presenter

    North East Regional Sales Manager

    Armstrong Fluid Technology

    A degree’ d Mechanical Engineer who has been actively involved in the HVAC industry for over 20 years as a manufacturer's representative for pumps,...

Categories

  1. Track
    Commercial

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