Performance Rating of Gas Fired Infrared Heaters

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Toronto Rehabilitation Institute

550 University Avenue

Lecture Theatre in the basement

Toronto, ON M5G 2A2

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7:00 to 7:30 pm Sign-In, Networking & Refreshments
7:30 to 7:35 pm IntroductionPresentation:
8:40 to 8:55 pm Q&A session
8:55 pm Closing remarks Closing Remarks and distribution of Seminar Attendance Certificates**

** To receive a Seminar Attendance Certificate you MUST pre-register for this seminar before Monday, October 21st, 2019, 6:00pm (Early Bird Registration Deadline)


Speaker
George File, PhD, P.Eng

Bio
George File, Engineering Manager at Superior Radiant Products (SRP). George joined SRP in May 2015 and is responsible for all aspects of SRP’s Engineering Department. George has over 25 years of experience in natural gas related product design, development and manufacturing. He has held positions at A.O. Smith Corporation, FuelMaker Corporation, UPT of Tirana, ETH Zürich, and INSA de Lyon. George holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, Masters in Sound and Vibration and PhD in Turbomachinery.
Superior Radiant Product is an industry leader in the design and manufacture of energy efficient infrared heating solutions and is dedicated to providing superior technology and superior performance. Located in U.S.A., Canada, and China, SRP offers a complete range of gas-fired low and high-intensity infrared heaters for industrial, commercial, agricultural and residential applications worldwide.


Presentation
Come learn about heating on large scale. How to measure the efficiency of the gas fired radiant heaters? The new standard AHRI 1330 Performance Rating for Radiant Output of Gas Fired Infrared Heaters is updated and is now in the approval stage. The new update is a product of participation and collaboration of all North American manufacturers through the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute, AHRI, Infrared Heaters Engineering Committee.
This standard establishes the procedures, apparatus, and instrumentation of laboratory testing for rating of radiant performance of gas fired infrared heaters.
To determine the radiant power of gas fired infrared heaters a radiometric method is used.
The radiant heating performance rating will provide the necessary means to size, design, incorporate control strategies and install the gas fired infrared heaters based on the occupant’s thermal comfort. Further benefits include benchmarking for rebate programs and the incentive for more efficient product development that will subsequently increase energy savings.

8:55 pm to 9:00 pm Closing remarks by Eugen Karanxha and distribution of Seminar Attendance Certificates (SAC's) to those who requested them before the pre-registration deadline (see above); Late-Registrations, after Oct 21st, 6:00pm, and walk-ins, will not be issued SAC's on site, or retroactively after the seminar.
Seating is limited. To assure your space at this seminar you must pre-register, and bring a printed ticket to the sign-in table. Walk-Ins will have to stand by outside the auditorium in a "rush line" and will be admitted 10 minutes before the start of the seminar if seats are still available.


For additional information, seminar synopsis, speaker's bio, and pre-registration options, please follow the link to the PEO-WT Chapter Home Page at http://www.westtoronto.peo.on.ca.
For questions, comments, and/or future topic and speaker recommendations, contact any PEO-WT Chapter Executive, or the organizer of this seminar at - eugen@noahcontrols.com


NOTE: Be aware, by attending this event you agree to be photographed and/or video graphed. Selected recordings will be made available on the WTPEO chapter website ''Past Events'' page at http://westtorontopeo.com/?page_id=21 soon after the seminar.


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Toronto Rehabilitation Institute

550 University Avenue

Lecture Theatre in the basement

Toronto, ON M5G 2A2

Canada

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