Heat Pump Series: Understanding Common HVAC System Types and their Heat Pump Upgrade Options Wednesday, January 25, 2023 - 8:30am to 5:00pm Four Points by Sheraton Norwood,MA Four Points by Sheraton Norwood, MA Max of 50 people
Wednesday, January 25, 2023 - 8:30am to 5:00pm
Training Overview:

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This one-day course is intended to help attendees become familiar with several different types of HVAC systems commonly used in commercial buildings. We describe how each system works, how to identify them, and what types of buildings it is found in. Then for each system type, we will discuss various ways that it can be upgraded to (or combined with) heat pump technology to improve system efficiency and help with the electrification movement.

Event Benefits:
Who Should Attend:

All vendors, and End-Users associated with EVERSOURCE and NGRID.

Agenda:

THIS IS A REPEAT TRAINING LAST OFFERED OCT 4, 2022

Module #1 - Heat Pumps: Past, Present, & Future

· Refrigeration Cycle

· Efficiencies Greater than 100% ?!?!

· Heat Pump Myths Debunked

· Cold Climate Usage

· Dual Fuel Heat Pump Systems (long term or transitionary role)

· Highlights of Upcoming Webinar
Module #2 – DX Cooling Systems and Upgrade to Air-source Heat Pumps

· Packaged RTUs

o Market Usage

o General Operation

o Gas Heating

o Electric Heating

o Traditional Replacement Strategies

o Heat Pump Replacement Alternatives

§ Options, layout, and difficulty of project

§ Operating Cost Comparison to Gas Heat

§ Operating Cost Comparison to Electric Heat

· Split System A/C

o Market Usage

o General Operation

o Electric Heating

o Hot Water and Steam Heating

o Traditional Replacement Strategies

o Heat Pump Replacement Alternatives

§ Options, layout, and difficulty of project

Module #3 – Boiler Systems and Upgrade to “Heat Pumps Boilers”

· Hydronic Hot Water Systems

o Basic components and layout

§ Terminal Types: Radiators, Coils, Baseboard, etc.

o Heat Pump Enhancement Options

§ Traditional DX Heat Pump to Supplement Boiler

§ Hydronic Heat Pump to Replace Boiler

· Steam System Differences from Hydronic

o Heat Pump Enhancement Options

Module #4 – Small Systems and Heat Pump Equivalents

· Residential Style Split Systems

o Where and why these are used in commercial applications

o System components and operation

o Heat Pump Replacement Options

§ Heat Pump w/ Electric Heat

§ Dual Fuel w/ Gas Heat

§ Operating Cost Comparisons

· PTACs

o Common Applications such as Hotel Market

o Electric Heating

o Heat Pump Replacement Alternatives

· Ductless Mini-splits

o Common Applications

o Usage as an “add-on” cooling system

o Compliments to other heating systems

Module #5 – Chilled Water Cooling Systems and Conversion to Heat-Cool Chillers

· Chilled Water System Layout and Components

· Chiller Types

· Possible Heat Pump Enhancements

o Air-source heat pump to produce chilled water

o Simultaneous Heating and Cooling Chillers

o Geothermal
Module #6 – Other Heat Pump Applications

· Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF)

· Gas-fired (instead of electrically powered)

· Domestic Hot Water

Tools & References:

Available during training

Speaker:
Ryan Hoger
Workshop Cost:
$0.00
Registration Details:

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University of Massachusetts Department of Mach. & Ind. Engineering
160 Governors Dr. Amherst, MA 01003-9265
Attn. Alberto Morales

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