Air Filtration for Hospitals

Air Filtration for Hospitals

September 7th, 2021, Tuesday 

8:00am-10:00am, ET Canada & US

$USD 350

$USD 175 (Member Only)

Business Meeting
Course Objectives:

This is a course designed especially for HVAC Air Filtration Training for Health Care Facilities. You will learn invaluable knowledge and practical expertise from the top experts in the field. It will cover the basics of hospital air filtration, how to select air filters, schedule filter change-out, tricks of the trade and traps to avoid, and how to monitor and manage your HVAC air filtration system. The latest requirements and guidelines associated with COVID-19 will also be addressed.

· Properly Select HVAC air filters based on particle size removal using MERV data

· Select the proper air flow resistance gage to accurately measure static pressure

· Schedule Optimum filter change-out maintenance based on pressure drop

· Utilize the Three T’s … Technical Tips – Tricks of the Trade and Traps to Avoid

· Select proper filter air filter, clips, latches and gaskets to insure an airtight filter seal

· Consider the Three M’s … Measure - Monitor and Manage Your HVAC Air Filtration System

· Comply with ASHRAE, ASHE, JCAHO requirements and the latest CDC COVID-19 Guidelines

Instructor Biography

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Mr. Stephen Nicholas

Mr. Stephen Nicholas is the past President of The National Air Filtration Association and has been involved with HVAC air filtration industry since 1984. He specializes in Hospitals and Health Care Facilities’ applications, and attended the Harvard School of Public Health for certifying In-Place HEPA filters for nuclear and non-nuclear applications. He is also a Level II certified filter technician for HEPA Filter Bag In/Bag Out Installations and a certified air filtration specialist.

Steve has been certified for Testing Adjusting and Balancing Commercial Building HVAC systems. He is also a Life Member of ASHRAE and has served on several National Committees.

One of Steve’s main responsibilities is training and educating health care facility engineers, building operators, and maintenance technicians with the proper selection, installation and maintenance of HVAC air filtration systems

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Air Filtration for Hospitals

Air Filtration for Hospitals

September 7th, 2021, Tuesday 

8:00am-10:00am, ET Canada & US

$USD 350

$USD 175 (Member Only)

Business Meeting
Course Objectives:

This is a course designed especially for HVAC Air Filtration Training for Health Care Facilities. You will learn invaluable knowledge and practical expertise from the top experts in the field. It will cover the basics of hospital air filtration, how to select air filters, schedule filter change-out, tricks of the trade and traps to avoid, and how to monitor and manage your HVAC air filtration system. The latest requirements and guidelines associated with COVID-19 will also be addressed.

Course Outline:

· Properly Select HVAC air filters based on particle size removal using MERV data

· Select the proper air flow resistance gage to accurately measure static pressure

· Schedule Optimum filter change-out maintenance based on pressure drop

· Utilize the Three T’s … Technical Tips – Tricks of the Trade and Traps to Avoid

· Select proper filter air filter, clips, latches and gaskets to insure an airtight filter seal

· Consider the Three M’s … Measure - Monitor and Manage Your HVAC Air Filtration System

· Comply with ASHRAE, ASHE, JCAHO requirements and the latest CDC COVID-19 Guidelines

Instructor Biography

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Mr. Stephen Nicholas

Mr. Stephen Nicholas is the past President of The National Air Filtration Association and has been involved with HVAC air filtration industry since 1984. He specializes in Hospitals and Health Care Facilities’ applications, and attended the Harvard School of Public Health for certifying In-Place HEPA filters for nuclear and non-nuclear applications. He is also a Level II certified filter technician for HEPA Filter Bag In/Bag Out Installations and a certified air filtration specialist.

Steve has been certified for Testing Adjusting and Balancing Commercial Building HVAC systems. He is also a Life Member of ASHRAE and has served on several National Committees.

One of Steve’s main responsibilities is training and educating health care facility engineers, building operators, and maintenance technicians with the proper selection, installation and maintenance of HVAC air filtration systems

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