HVAC Energy Conservation through Cooling Water Treatment
This online engineering PDH course provides an overview of the waterside problems specific to HVAC systems. It briefly discusses how the energy is dissipated from the open recirculation systems and how effective implementation and tight monitoring of the water treatment programs can conserve energy.
Cooling water is a vital utility for large air-conditioning systems. Use of good quality water or proper water treatment can cut your water, energy, and maintenance costs substantially. The savings are associated with the prevention or removal of scale built up on a heat exchange surfaces where even a thin film of 1/32" or 0.8mm can increase the energy consumption by nearly 10%. Perhaps most important of all, it can save you the cost of fixing or replacing equipment that's been damaged by inadequate water treatment; including the downtime and lost revenue usually associated with solving such problems.
The 5 PDH online course is applicable to mechanical engineers, HVAC designers, contractors, facility managers, O&M personnel who are responsible for operation and design of efficient HVAC systems.
This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Understanding the energy use of air-conditioning system
- Understanding the waterside problems encountering open recirculation water systems
- Understand the need for water treatment
- Understand the operating principles, application, advantages and limitations of common water treatment methods
- Understand the potential benefits of cooling water quality
- Understanding control methods - sampling, testing and recording
- Learning about safety in water treatment
In this professional engineering CEU course, you need to review the course document titled, "HVAC Energy Conservation through Cooling Water Treatment".