Events

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8th November 2018
  • Air Filtration and HVAC Requirements in Life Science and Hospital Applications

    8th November 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
    Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Rd, Dublin 4, Ireland

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    Air Filtration and HVAC Requirements in Life Science and Hospital Applications

    Date: 1830-2000 hrs, Thursday, November 8th, 2018.

    Venue: Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Dublin 4.

    Talk 1: HVAC Air Filtration Concepts in Life Science GMP Applications

    Conor Murray, Principal 3dimension Cleanrooms and Chairman, Irish Cleanroom Society

    This talk will discuss the key principles in clean airflow management and types of HVAC designs as part of an overall contamination control strategy, all with an emphasis on existing Life Science GMP cleanroom facilities in Ireland. Conor will also give an update on the revision of IS TC209 14644-4 Design, Construction and Start-up of Cleanrooms and EU GMP Annex 1.

    Talk 2: AHU Plant and HVAC requirements in High Risk Hospital Applications

    Brendan Redington, HSE Estates Manager Quality & Standards

    This talk will examine the technical specifications for AHU plant, including pre-filtration and controls for high risk hospital infection control applications. Brendan will also give an update on the progress of ISO DIS 14644-16 dealing with Energy Management and WG18 Ventilation Requirements in high risk areas of CEN TC156 (Indoor Air Quality)

    This event organised by the ASHRAE Ireland Chapter and the Irish Cleanroom Society

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13th November 2018
  • Emerging Developments: Air Filtration Standards and Air Handling Units

    13th November 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
    Cork Institute of Technology - Room IT5, Berkeley Centre, Cork Institute of Technology , Cork

    Emerging Developments: Air Filtration Standards and Air Handling Units

    Speakers: Alan Sweeney, Camfil Ltd. and Joe Mulligan, Trane Ltd.

    Time: 18.30 hrs, Refreshments from 18.00 hrs.

    Date: Tuesday November 13th 2018.

    Venue: Room IT5, Berkeley Centre, Cork Institute of Technology , Cork.

    Presentation No 1 - ISO16890, New Filter Standard and its Effect on Indoor Air Quality
    This presentation will focus on understanding the latest filtration standards and the designer specification requirements for project implementation with an understanding of life cycle costs, pollution control and solutions for improvement in indoor air quality.

    Speaker Biography
    Alan Sweeney, is the manager for Camfil European Clean Air Solutions Process Division with responsibility for advising clients of efficient Contained Filtration and Dust Collection & Handling in a safe manner for Clean Process Applications. Alan has specialised in Pharmaceutical applications assisting clients with sustainable air filtration choices whilst operating in the most efficient, compliant and cost-effective way.

    Presentation No 2 – EU Standards for Air Handling Units
    This presentation will give an overview of the key requirements of the EcoDesign Directive and the Energy-Related Products Directive (ErP)specifically in relation to Air Handling Units. The legislative implemented requirements contingent on energy consumption, ventilation classification and fan motors. Exclusions from the directive will also be indicated.

    Speaker Biography
    Joe Mulligan, is a Mechanical Services Engineer with Trane Ireland and has over 30 years’ experience in the HVAC industry with Ireland and Europe who currently works primarily in Industrial &Pharmaceutical industries assisting facility owners and their external design engineering consultancies providing Air Handling and Chiller units for both new buildings and existing modification upgrades to meet the current EU energy efficiency directives

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3rd December 2018
  • Best Practice in Design and Integration of Ground Source Heat Pumps in Buildings

    3rd December 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
    Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Rd, Dublin 4, Ireland

    Best Practice in Design and Integration of Ground Source Heat Pumps in Buildings

    Date: 1830 hrs, Monday, December 3rd, 2018.

    Venue: Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Dublin 4.

    Talk 1: Design and Implementation of Ground Source Collectors for Heat Pumps

    Ric Pasquali, GerServ Ltd and Geothermal Association of Ireland

    The presentation will review the best practice in the design and completion of ground source heat pump collectors.

    Talk 2: Integration and Commissioning of Ground Source Heat Pumps in Buildings

    James Byrne, Remote HVAC Ltd and Geothermal Association of Ireland

    The presentation will present examples of integration of ground source heat pumps in buildings in the context of Irish ground and climatic conditions. It will also address heat pump selection and the application of control systems.

    This event organised by the ASHRAE Ireland Chapter and the Geothermal Association of Ireland

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