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October 14, 2022 @ 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

About this event

Presentation Synopsis:

In this presentation, Mo Afshin will talk about advancements in air flow movement technologies, and new changes in industry codes and standards regarding fans. This presentation is focused on fan arrays utilizing EC (Electronically Commutated) motors.

Speaker Bio:

Mo Afshin is currently a Sales Manager at Q-PAC Fan Systems.

His primary responsibility is to aid engineering and sales personnel in proper design and application of air movement systems. He obtained his Master of Applied Science in Mechanical engineering in the field of energy recovery and humidity control and has since been active in the industry. Mo is the current chair of ASHRAE Technical Committee 5.5; Air-to-Air Energy Recovery and is a member of Technical Committee 5.1; Fans. He is a past president of ASHRAE British Columbia Chapter. Mo is a registered Professional Engineer in province of British Columbia.

Lunch / Meeting sponsored by ThermalNetics.

There is NO CHARGE to attend if you’re employed directly by a healthcare facility.