ASHE On Demand Webinar: Automation Technology for Effective Building Water Management
Date: Nov 02, 2020 - Nov 30, 2021
Due to the generous support of our sponsor GF Piping Systems, this session is available at no charge.
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Historically, plumbing systems have been designed and operated without the ability to quickly and easily control or monitor their operation, thus making effective building water management time consuming and difficult. In this presentation, we review the impact of common building water issues, the principles of effective water management, and how emerging technology can consistently deliver hot water throughout the facility, minimize stagnation, optimize system performance, and support ASHRAE 188 compliance.
Upon successful completion of the course learners will be able to:
- Define the three key water management objectives for premise plumbing.
- List the common building water issues impacting system operation.
- Explain key water management principles for minimizing risk associated with premise plumbing.
- Describe how automation technology supports key water management objectives.
Greg Swafford CPD, GPD is a former plumbing designer, project manager, and plumbing department leader at MEP consulting firms for nearly 20 years. As Technical Sales Manager for GF Piping Systems, Greg leads the technical sales team of Piping Systems Specialists. He is responsible for the growth and oversight of the US commercial water market segment through business development, product development, and the creation of technical resources as it relates to GF Piping Systems' commercial water products. In addition to his work with GF Piping Systems, he serves as Affiliate Liaison for Region 5 of the American Society of Plumbing Engineers and is a committee member of ASHRAE SPC 514 "Control Measures for Building Water Systems to Reduce Illness and Injury."