Video: Converting CAV to VAV in Florida: What Does This Really Mean?

A review of the steps necessary to truly convert all non-sensitive zones in a hospital facility from constant air volume control to variable air volume control.

Video Courtesy: CxEnergy 2017

Presenter: Steven Harrell, CxA, LEED AP of SSRCx

Abstract: This presentation defines the steps necessary to truly convert all non-sensitive zones in a hospital facility from constant air volume control to variable air volume control and the procedures necessary to comply with AHCA requirements and receive Agency approval in the state of Florida. A case study will be presented highlighting St. Joseph's Hospital North where this conversion has occurred and been approved by AHCA. Energy benefits and complete results to date will be discussed in detail.

This presentation was part of the technical program for CxEnergy 2017, the premier conference & expo for building commissioning, energy management and testing professionals. Save the date for CxEnergy 2018 on April 23-26 in Las Vegas, NV. CSE readers get 10% discount on registration (use promo code: CSE10). For more information, visit www.CxEnergy.com. To access a PDF copy of this presentation, visit the 2017 ACG Research & Document Library.

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