Online education: Fan Efficiency: Lowering Fan Energy Use

This four-week course will review fan basics, introduce the proposed Department of Energy (DOE) regulation, and suggest how to use the DOE metric to drive air moving system efficiency up. Emerging utility rebate programs that will be coming, along with fan performance monitoring tools, also will be introduced.

11/10/2016


Take this course to learn more about fan efficiency guidelines. Courtesy: Wade W. SmithThis course will review fan basics, introduce the proposed Department of Energy (DOE) regulation, and suggest how to use the DOE metric to drive air moving system efficiency up. Emerging utility rebate programs that will be coming, along with fan performance monitoring tools, also will be introduced. The four-week self-paced session includes:

 

  • Fan basics 
  • Department of Energy regulations
  • Power use and efficiency          
  • Static regain duct design.  

Read more about each week’s session and register for this course, which is self-paced.



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