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HVAC 360 is a podcast that covers the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning industry through the entire life cycle of a building. From building commissioning, engineering, and design, to construction, and of course operations and maintenance, I talk with and about the news, people, and products that are affecting our lives at a rapidly growing pace.
 
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In this episode I talk about air flow monitoring stations, what they are, how they work, what styles they come in and of course tips. Used right and they can be a great tool. Installed or used incorrectly they can be a waste of cash and a design embarrassment. Lots of links will be on the show notes page at www.hvac360.com/121 and as always ple ...…
 
This week I'm giving a brief overview of dedicated outside air systems, or DOAS. I cover why we would use them, when we would use them, some of the benefits and I leave you with a few tips to think about during the design process. Consider sharing the episode, the show notes are over at www.hvac360.com/120 . Enjoy.…
 
This week I talk to Mark Fly who is the chairperson of the new ASHRAE Certified HVAC Designer certification. See behind the curtain as to what goes into making an exam, learn who the exam was designed for and much, much more. Show notes are at www.HVAC360.com/119 and consider sharing this episode with others. Enjoy.…
 
This week I talk about what a building enclosure is and some of the lessons that I have learned along the years. I also give a short primer on how to understand architectural drawings. Show notes are at www.hvac360.com/118 please consider sharing. Enjoy.
 
This week I talk with Phil Zito, Founder and CEO of Building Automation Monthly about equipment integration and best practices for engineers regarding controls. There is a lot of good stuff in the episode so I encourage you to share it, show notes as always can be found at www.hvac360.com/117 . Enjoy.…
 
This week I talk with Adam Muggleton who has been involved in the construction industry for many years and in many different capacities. He is the self-proclaimed Building Whisperer and one of the hosts for The Building Edifice Complex. Please consider sharing this episode and don't forget the show notes over at www.HVAC360.com/116 . Enjoy.…
 
This week I talk with Mark Richards of Emery Mechanical Engineering about Phase Change Materials. Mark had a case study using this product and I wanted to learn more about it. There are more show notes than usual this week so check out the website at www.hvac360.com/115 . Enjoy.
 
This week I describe some of the components of a cooling tower and share my field knowledge including lessons learned. If you like it please share it. For the show notes go to www.hvac360.com/114 . Enjoy.
 
This week I review the basic framework for setting goals and what areas you might think about focusing on. Lastly I flush out some of the goals and talk about what some of the next steps are. If you haven't do so recently, you may want to take an hour or two to make sure your career is headed in the right direction. If you think this is valuabl ...…
 
Just a little funny this week with my imagination. Have a safe and happy holiday season everyone! Enjoy!
 
This week we talk with Joe Denk with Denk Associates who is also a member of the Ohio Board of Building Standards. I wanted to give an insiders look at the Ohio Board to educate engineers and let them know, regardless of their location in the world, this model is probably very similar to what they could expect to see. Please consider sharing an ...…
 
This week I talk about equipment clearance for electrical code requirements or ease of maintenance. This topic should alway be reviewed for each job that hits the streets. The consequences for getting wrong are painful and costly. Requiring a lot of time that projects don't have to fix. Please consider sharing this episode and the show notes ca ...…
 
This week I talk about some take aways from a talk I heard from ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer Dr. Khanhari and his lecture on computational fluid dynamics and how modeling airflow in patient rooms and operating rooms yielded some interesting results and a couple improvements. Consider sharing the episode and for show notes go to www.hvac360.com ...…
 
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! This week I share some background on sampling from ASHRAE Guideline 0, some new stories that further show why I am not a big fan of sampling. Please consider sharing with show notes at www.hvac360.com/108 . Enjoy.
 
This week I talk about my new favorite document the Performance Verification Testing Plan or PVT Plan for short. I constructed this for the Controls Contractor on a recent project and now I am looking at how I can incorporate this into my commissioning forms going forward! Show notes are at www.hvac360.com/107 please consider sharing and Enjoy!…
 
This week I turn back the clock to correct my Thermostat episode number 68. I do a much better job this time. Technically, it couldn't have been worse. Please share this episode and visit the show notes page at www.hvac360.com/106 . Enjoy.
 
Happy Halloween everyone! I hope everyone is or will have a safe and memorable holiday! This week I want to share 5 scary work stories with you! I hope you enjoy and share this episode! Cheers!
 
This week we talk pumps with Ric Turmel from TACO Comfort Solutions, specifically we focus on the new DOE regulations that will effect how designers and contractors will specify pumps in the very near future. Don't be the last to hear about these new changes, so listen up. Show notes can be found at www.HVAC360.com/104 . Be sure to share this e ...…
 
This week I field listener questions regarding the why and how I got involved in Building Commissioning and why I chose that over HVAC Engineering and also a question regarding which certifications. Show notes for this episode are at www.hvac360.com/103 . Share and Enjoy.
 
The week we talk with Jason Geagan with US Draft Co. about something he know a thing or two about, Boiler Venting. From the basics to best practices we cover a lot of ground with this podcast so buckle in! Show notes are over at www.hvac360.com/102 so take a look and don't forget to share. Enjoy!
 
This week we talk to one of the early movers and teachers in the Building Commissioning space. We talk about his experience in the field, the University of Wisconsin Madison Commissioning Course, and some commissioning best practices for anyone in the field. Show notes can be found at www.hvac360.com/101 . Enjoy.…
 
In this episode of HVAC 360 I talk about my journey to the 100 episode mark, some inside stories, and re-cap some of my favorite episodes. The show notes for this episode are at www.HVAC360.com/100 . Enjoy.
 
Today I talk with Pier LaFarge the Co-Founder and CEO of Sparkfund. This company is supplying owners another option when it comes to maintaining building comfort. Their subscription model is something very unique and we talk about all aspects of what this model looks like for the owner and for contractors. Show notes are at www.hvac360.com/99 . ...…
 
This week I talk about incorporating new products in your design. This is something that you should have a good process around and I go over what I feel are some of the appropriate steps in determining if this any new product is a good fit for your project. Consider sharing and show notes can be found at www.hvac360.com/98 . Enjoy!…
 
This week I talk about construction submittals from the engineers standpoint. These are the last check an engineer gets before their design gets released into the wild, so make this check count! Few get the benefit of knowing the why behind submittals so I share my two cents. Consider sharing. Enjoy.…
 
In this episode I talk about some tips and best practices from my experience in laying out ductwork and issues that I have seen in the field. This is a continuation of episode 93 so you might want to also catch that episode too. Consider sharing this episode if you know someone who could benefit and for show notes visit us at www.HVAC360.com/96 ...…
 
The week we finish our conversation with guest Robert Bean by talking about Radiant Mean Temperature. This is something that every designer should know about, more so if you are always dealing with Architects who love all glass buildings. So notes and more can be found at www.hvac360.com/95 . Share this with others. Enjoy.…
 
The week I talk with Robert Bean the mastermind behind www.healthyheating.com and a true Building Science Guru. Because of the wealth of knowledge that Robert has I broke this down into a two-parter. The first part covers the idea about Building Science and what it means to design for comfort. The fact that we, as Engineers, need to provide mor ...…
 
In this episode I begin to talk about duct layout and design, starting with my favorite planning tool the ceiling sandwich, Mm Mm Good! I share my process of laying this out and some things to think about and be wary of along the way. Consider sharing this episode if you like it with show notes at www.hvac360.com/93 . Enjoy.…
 
This week on HVAC 360 I talk about the different duct sizing methods, a few stories and some best practices. It seems like a simple topic but so often we often perform job tasks without understanding the why? Please consider sharing this episode and for show notes visit www.HVAC360.com/92. Enjoy.
 
In this week's podcast I talk about my recent experience commissioning fan coil units and share the lessons I learned. The simpler the layout the more complex it can because when you start magnifying the quantities, so spend the time figuring out the first layout. Share this if you like it and show notes are at www.hvac360.com/91 . Enjoy!…
 
The week I share some knowledge that I picked up at a local Trane Engineering Live Event. The topic was on Chilled-Water System Decisions and it was chocked full of good information and even some new ideas. So listen up, share with a friend, and check out my show notes at www.hvac360.com/90 for bonus goodies. Enjoy.…
 
In this week's episode I talk about the importance of advocating for professional issues in your area. Giving tips on what to expect and what I feel are best practices when speaking at a meeting. I consider doing this your professional duty to support or give critical feedback to those who are elected but may not be technically knowledgeable. E ...…
 
This week we have our first return guest, Paul Torcellini, of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and we talk about ASHRAE's latest Advanced Energy Design Guideline (AEDG) with targets Net-Zero for K-12 schools. This episode has a ton of information that can be found at the show notes page at www.hvac360.com/88 . Enjoy!…
 
This week we talk with ASPE Society President Mitch Clemente to give us an inside tour to what ASPE is and what are some of the new things that are happening. ASPE in case you don't know is the American Society of Plumbing Engineers. Check out our show notes at www.hvac360.com/87 and think about sharing the episode with others. ASPE is a great ...…
 
In this episode I share three lessons that you could incorporate into your company design standards. These have been learned from others or have been experienced myself. Feel free to share this episode with others or visit the show notes at hvac360.com/86 . Enjoy
 
In this episode of HVAC 360 I summarize my top 12 takeaways from my review of the 2018 ASHRAE Webcast: Making Energy Efficiency a Reality. This was hosted by a panel of three great presenters: Chris Mathis, Tom Durkin, and Mark Frankel. Hope you like the episode, show notes are at HVAC360.com/85. Enjoy…
 
The week we are talking with Tauris McBride with Tauris Tech about the training of young people entering the work force. There are also a bunch of lessons that apply to young professionals growing their careers. Listen to the end to hear some of my highlights from the podcast and if you want show notes you can go to www.hvac360.com/84. Enjoy!…
 
In this episode we talk with Graham Smith of Birling Consulting, a CIBSE Fellow who is an expert in the field of Building Performance and BioMass Plants. He teaches a thing or two about controllability and gives a couple of case studies. Show notes are at HVAC360.com/83. Enjoy.
 
This week we are talking with Erik Kolderup with Kolderup Consulting about Energy Modeling and what it means to the performance of the building. Energy Modeling, mind you, is not to be confused with it's more common incarnation the Load Calculation, which has been used as a peak load, design day, sizing tool for HVAC systems for many years. Thi ...…
 
This week I talk with Mike Goetz, Principal at Northrich Company about a project that he had and the options of Nortec Humidifiers he had to go through to find a viable solution for the owner. Get more information about the humidifiers at the show notes page on the website at www.hvac360.com/81. If you like the episode please share it and if yo ...…
 
This is a short episode letting you know that a new season of content is on it's way! I review the purpose of the podcast and thank those who have encouraged me to get back behind the mic. Enjoy.
 
This week we are talking with Kevin Callahan, Product Owner and Evangelist for Alerton Controls. We cover the basics of who Alerton is and how they fit into the building ecosystem. Additionally with talk about their Ascent Compass Software and it's powerful functionality. And to wrap it all up we talk a little bit about the future, a future tha ...…
 
In this week's episode I talk with Ken Schoeneck and Rolf Paeper from Trane about products that they were showing back in 2015 in Chicago at the AHR Expo. Despite the interviews being three years old there is still some good content to learn from and it gives a little perspective on how things change over three years. Enjoy.…
 
Welcome to another episode of HVAC 360. In this episode we dip into our content archive for some evergreen content and talk with Paul Valenta about Ice Storage Systems from Calmac. You'll learn what ice storage is, how it is used, and what it looks like. This recording is from the floor of the AHR Expo in 2015 but as I said everything we talk a ...…
 
In this episode I speak with Lindsay Baker who is the VP Business Development with Building Robotic about their new product called Comfy. This is a unique product that is still in the beta testing phase but it essentially looks at putting the power of energy efficiency into the hands of the occupants (my words, not theirs). They actually tout t ...…
 
In this episode I talk with Scott Bowman, who had recently retired from KJWW and has started his own consulting firm in "retirement". It was a great pleasure to talk with Scott and learn about things from his prospective during his time in the building commissioning industry. I hope you find the interview as interesting as I did and if so, plea ...…
 
In this episode I talk with James Beveridge an account manager with Webduct Systems, who I met at the AHR Expo in 2014. The webduct systems caught my eye for two reasons, one these are the guys in the trenches building a piece of software that solves one of their needs and second even if you have no interest in the software at all, why contract ...…
 
For me 2014 has been a wild ride and I am only now getting to the point where I can post more episodes. In this episode I dive into how "What I learned in College" applies to our field. I will let you gleen the "gems" for yourself, but really what I take from it is a conceptual understanding of the science behind what we do. At the end of the d ...…
 
This week on HVAC 360 I talk with Jason Taylor from Melink Corporation, who I talked to on the floor of the AHR Expo 2014 in New York City. Melink was showing off their solution to a common problem in the kitchen hood industry, namely control and energy waste by running the exhaust system when it wasn't necessary. Hopefully you'll pick up a thi ...…
 
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