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Explore Events, Innovative Experiences, and Webinars

Join our team of industry experts to learn about the latest airflow measurement technology and IAQ strategies. Our innovative events and webinars allow you to stay competitive in various industries, such as healthcare, education, data centers, laboratories, pharmaceuticals, event centers, restaurants, and hotels. You can attend these sessions in person or online and gain first-hand experience utilizing world-leading airflow measurement systems.

2024 Webinars

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Past Recorded WEBINARS

CO2 and IAQ: What’s it all about?
This recorded webinar presentation discusses the relationship between carbon dioxide levels and air quality and expose the risks and uncertainties of relying on CO2 levels as a single indicator of Indoor Air Quality. It also covers methods to improve CO2 ventilation control and improve HVAC system performance and energy optimization while optimizing occupant health and well-being. > Listen Now

IAQ Fundamentals and Why Outdoor Airflow Rates Need to be Monitored and Controlled Thursday, October 26 at 2:00 PM ET This session will cover Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and the sources of indoor contaminants, including airborne infectious diseases. It addresses fundamental concepts in contaminant level management and the role of outdoor air ventilation. It also addresses the factors that influence outdoor air intake flow rates that point towards the logical conclusion that continuous monitoring and control of outdoor air intake flow rates is required in all systems.   > Listen Now

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Consult your local representative for details.

Bring-A-Guest (BAG) Events

  • March 7 to 9th
  • May 2 to 4th
  • September 12 to14th
  • October 24 to 26th

Arrival: Wednesday or Thursday
Departure: Saturday

Seminars & Soccer Games

Join us for a comprehensive two-hour airflow measurement for monitoring and control seminar. We will cover Code and Standard Compliance, Control Strategies, Save Energy, Facilitate IRMM Switchover, and provide an overview of the EBTRON measurement solutions.
Seminar & MLS Schedule (by Rep invite only)

  • February 24 – NYC
  • March 23 – Columbus
  • March 30 – Cincinnati
  • April 13 – Toronto 
  • April 20 – Minnesota 
  • May 4 – Portland
  • May 11 – Nashville
  • May 18 – LA FC
  • May 25 – Philadelphia 
  • June 15 – DC
  • June 19 – Orlando 
  • July 3 – Miami
  • August 24 – New York
  • August 31 – Atlanta
  • September 21 – New England 
  • October 2 – Chicago 
  • October 5 – Montreal 
EBTRON Box Suite - HVAC Seminar & Event

On Demand Short Course

Part 1 – Dilution Ventilation for IAQ
To achieve good indoor air quality, we must understand the potential contaminants and ways to keep them at acceptable levels. We will discuss the relevant industry standards, codes, and rating systems. The two primary methods for maintaining acceptable indoor air quality are controlling the levels of contaminants and using outdoor air for contaminant dilution and filtration. We will also review the factors that affect outdoor air delivery and how controlling outdoor air intake flow rates is crucial to achieving acceptable indoor air quality. > Listen Now

Part 2 – Making the Case for Direct Outdoor Airflow Measurement
This session will discuss the various techniques used to measure airflow, including indirect and calculated methods. Directly measuring the outdoor airflow is the most effective way to ensure proper ventilation in a given area. 
> Listen Now

Part 3 – Recognizing the Pitfalls of CO2 Ventilation Control
In this session, we cover CO2 ventilation control, which has become increasingly popular as a way to save energy. However, relying solely on CO2 levels to determine Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) can be risky and uncertain. We will discuss the relationship between CO2 levels and ventilation and the misconceptions and uncertainties associated with using CO2 as the sole indicator of IAQ. > Listen Now

PART 4 – How to Improve Demand Control Ventilation (DCV)​
DCV, which stands for Demand-Controlled Ventilation, is considered an ideal solution for high population density and variable occupancy spaces. This session discusses the situations when DCV is required and demonstrates how it complies with today’s ventilation standards and codes. It also explains population-based DCV and two improved methods of traditional CO2-based DCV. We will also discuss the ventilation provided when contaminant removal systems are used with CO2-based DCV. >Listen Now

Part 5 – Building Pressurization for Acceptable IAQ
This session will explain why it is crucial to maintain proper building pressurization to ensure acceptable indoor air quality (IAQ). It will also cover how negative pressure can transport moisture, hot and cold outdoor air, and unfiltered outdoor air through the building envelope and into occupied spaces, leading to potential mold and fungal growth. A detailed analysis of moisture transport and suggest ways to control building pressure through direct management of the pressurization airflow rate. > Listen Now

Part 6 – Integrating Outdoor Air with Building Pressure Control
This session covers integrating outdoor air ventilation with building pressure control and discusses the critical airflow path that must be controlled. Additionally, we will provide an overview of measurement requirements in supply and return air recirculating fan systems and several variants of dedicated outdoor air (DOAS) systems. >Listen Now

Part 7 – Make Buildings Safer During and After COVID-19
During this session, we will discuss ASHRAE’s position document on infectious aerosols, emphasizing the importance of HVAC design and operation in preventing the transmission of infectious aerosols like COVID-19. We will also talk about the desiccated aerosols that remain airborne and infectious for extended periods, which can be transported by the HVAC air distribution system. We will address the use of dilution ventilation and filtration as part of a strategic approach to removing and diluting infectious aerosols, and we will also introduce the concept of “normal” and “pandemic” mode operation. >Listen Now

Part 8 – EBTRON Measurement Solutions
Accurately measuring airflow is crucial for a successful Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and mitigating the spread of infectious diseases. In this session, we will explain the significance of thermal dispersion technology and what has made EBTRON the leading company in airflow measurement for over 40 years. Discover the advantages of EBTRON airflow measurement devices for today’s high-performance buildings. >Listen Now

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