Condenser Water Heat Recovery

April 23, 2019
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
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Club 101
101 Park Avenue
NY 10178

Course Description:

ASHRAE STD 90.1 now requires the consideration of condenser water heat recovery for large projects.  We will discuss the details of designing condenser water heat recovery, including load sizing and controls.  We will look at several different methods of recovering the heat and analyze their pros and cons. Condenser water is typically the largest waste heat source in the building. While this heat can be used for service hot water or building heating, it can also be used for snow melting or process loads as well. The designer has at least two good methods to reclaim the heat. Provided the golden rule is met (there is simultaneous heating and cooling), condenser water energy recovery is one of those rare moments where the designer gets a green solution as well as a very attractive financial solution.

Speaker Bio:

Julian R. de Bullet, President of deBullet Consulting LLC, has over 40 years’ experience in the HVAC industry specializing in educational outreach in energy and refrigerants advocacy.  He is a consultant for the Carrier Corporation team developing strategies for high performance buildings that are safer, smarter and sustainable. As ASHRAE Vice President (2001/2003), he served on the Society Board of Directors, the Executive Committee and was Chair of Member Council and Publishing Council. He is Past President of the ASHRAE National Capital Chapter and was Director and Regional Chair for ASHRAE Region III. He is an ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer with over 400 technical seminars delivered around the world. He is an ASHRAE Life Member and holds the ASHRAE Distinguished and Exceptional Service Awards. Presently he is a member of Technical Committee TC8.2-Centrifugal Chillers and TC2.5-Global Climate Change. He has a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and a Diploma in Marketing.

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