Having good room ventilation to dilute and disperse indoor air pollutants has long been recognized, and with the Covid-19 pandemic its importance has become all the more heightened. But new experiments by indoor air researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) show that certain circumstances will result in poor mixing of room air, meaning airborne contaminants may not be effectively dispersed and removed by building level ventilation.
This course will be presented by Mr Jannie Potgieter. He holds a B.Eng, Mechanical: Studied Mechanical Engineering at the North West University, Potchefstroom campus and a M.Eng: Completed a Masters in Engineering at the North West University, Potchefstroom campus. Mr Potgieter currently works as a consultant in the fields of HVAC and energy efficiency.
Following the Chillventa eSpecial 2020, and after four years without an in-person gathering, the world’s leading exhibition for refrigeration, which also covers AC, ventilation, and heat pump technology, is being planned to again bring together experts from all around the world face-to-face at Exhibition Centre Nuremberg from 11 to 13 October 2022.
The world’s leading trade fair for HVAC + Water opens its virtual door on 22 March 2021. In addition to a host of interesting topics and an extensive programme of events, the focus will be on the innovative products being shown by the approximately 350 exhibitors who are thus enriching the world’s biggest portfolio of products for the sanitation and HVAC sector.
We see ourselves as partners of these sectors. Messe Frankfurt has been working closely together with the sanitary and HVAC sector for many years. Every two years, the whole industry meets to hold discussions and do business at ISH, the world’s leading trade fair for HVAC + Water. This year, it will be held as scheduled from 22 to 26 March but as a digital event. In this interview, Wolfgang Marzin emphasises the importance of ISH digital for the sector and offers insights into the programme of events.
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During, and even after, the current coronavirus pandemic, the ventilation sector can help make buildings healthier to aid in the fight against many similar viruses, or pathogens.