Economizers in Air Handling Systems
This online engineering PDH course describes how air-side economizers are used in air handlers serving commercial buildings. It also discusses when and when not to use economizers, how economizers are controlled, how economizers can save or waste energy, what to look for if economizers are not working properly and other issues related to economizer applications.
An air-side economizer is an HVAC control system that can provide significant cooling energy savings when much as they should and some waste a lot of energy. Economizers save energy by using outside air to cool buildings. Better design, controls, installation, monitoring, and maintenance can help economizers meet their potential.
This 2 PDH online course is applicable to mechanical engineers who design HVAC systems for buildings where the climate is appropriate for air-side economizers.
This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- What are economizers and how do they work
- Specifying economizers
- Principles of operation of economizers
- Definition of terms related to economizers
- Control of economizers
- When to and not to use economizers
- How much energy economizers can save or waste
In this professional engineering CEU course, you need to review the material contained in the Energy Design Resources, Design Brief, Economizers publication.
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