San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Date – 14th December,2016
6.00 ~ 6.30 PM – Registration
6.30 ~ 7.15 PM – Technical Seminar on Benefits of Demand Controlled Ventilation
7.15 ~ 7.45 PM – Q & A
7.45 PM – Onwards Dinner and Networking
Guest Speaker: Mr. David Ureta - S&P Product Manager ( Mechanical Engineer, Master in Product Engineering )
Started working in Fan ventilation industry in 2006 and currently located in Barcelona, Spain.
Extensive experience in Ventilation Systems, Demand Control Ventilation and High Efficiency Solutions.
Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV) is automatic adjustment of ventilation equipment according to occupant choice. DCV
is a control method that modulates the volume exchange of fresh or outside air into an enclosed space by mechanical air
conditioning equipment. Design engineers reference a codified standard when determining ventilation set points in order for
sensors or time schedules and control loops to achieve indoor air quality.
There is a significant energy saving potential in rigorous outdoor air control. 
Common reference standards for ventilation:
• ISO ICS 91.140.30: Ventilation and air-conditioning systems
• ASHRAE 62.1 & 62.2: The standards for Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality
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