PDC Fundamentals in Industrial Ventilation On the Road...to Belgium
On the Road...to Belgium
Fundamentals in Industrial Ventilation October 11–15, 2021
Huis van de Bouw
9052 Ghent, Belgium
35 Education Contact Hours to earn CIH CM credits
and/or BCSP recertification points
Hands-on training from industrial ventilation experts Gregg Grubb, CIH and Jonathan Hale, MPA, ACGIH's Fundamentals in Industrial Ventilation & Practical Applications of Useful Equations (FIV) course covers both basic and advanced topics related to industrial ventilation and related calculations including:
The behavior of air and chemical contaminants in the air
Industrial process exhaust system design (including ACGIH calculation methods)
Make-up and supply air ventilation systems
Dilution ventilation systems
Selection and design of exhaust hoods, ducts, and fittings
Fans and air cleaners (including Fan Laws)
Troubleshooting and testing of existing systems
Hands-on testing and measurements
Calculation and estimation approaches related to airborne contaminants
TLV and TWA
OA for dilution, fans, system testing, sound and noise, heat stress, radiation, ventilation, statistics, chemistry, etc.
A calculations lab in which participants work in a team environment
ACGIH Velocity Pressure Method Calculation Spreadsheet for performing calculations and equations covered in the primary workbooks provided with the course, including ventilation system design
Copies of classroom materials including: PowerPoint presentations, copies of labs, exercises along with supplementary course materials, and course handouts
Gregg Grubb, CIH graduated with a BS in Chemical Engineering from Michigan State University in 1986; he went on to serve the State of Michigan in environmental and industrial hygiene capacities from 1986 until 2017. He currently is the owner of Grubb Industrial Hygiene Services, LLC, which provides comprehensive industrial hygiene field and educational services.
Jonathan F. Hale, MPA is the founder and owner of Air Systems Corporation, an innovator in the industrial pollution-control industry. Mr. Hale has also worked as an EPA inspector and permits engineer.