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  • Recertification - 7 hours external training

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Recertification - 7 hours external training

    Recertification - 7 hours external training

  • Recertification - 8 hours external training

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Recertification - 8 hours external training

    Recertification - 8 hours external training

  • Recertification - 9 hours external training

    Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Recertification - 9 hours external training

    Recertification - 9 hours external training

  • Recirculation System Design - Putting it All Together - Manufacturers, Engineers, and Contractors

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/27/2019

    Recirculation System Design - Putting it All Together - Manufacturers, Engineers, and Contractors - TS531

    This presentation will provide an introduction into the design, installation, and maintenance of domestic hot water recirculation systems. Upon successful completion of the course learners will be able to:

    1.     Describe the components of a domestic hot water recirculation system.

    2.     Select the proper size water heater for your system.

    3.     Understand the differences in fixed- vs. variable-speed pumps and how to select the right pump for the system.

    4.     The importance of balancing a recirculation system and the variety of balancing valve options available. 

    5.     Understand how ASSE standards and plumbing code changes will affect your designs.

    6.     Implement Legionella prevention best practices in system design.

    7.     Explain the importance of installing to design specifications.

    Nick Tallos has more than 45 years of experience in valve design, manufacturing, and applications with a specialty in thermostatic, self-operating valves and devices. He is currently the VP of Engineering at ThermOmegaTech® and has been a member of the team for 25 years. He has been the inventor or co-inventor of several patents related to thermostatic devices. Nick graduated from Villanova University in 1972 with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, International Society of Automation, American Society of Plumbing Engineers, and American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers.


    This session was recorded at the 2019 Tech Symposium in Pittsburgh, PA.

  • Review of Sprinkler System Shop Drawings

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 03/19/2019

    Review of Sprinkler System Shop Drawings

    Review of Sprinkler System Shop Drawings

  • Revit Utilization for the Intermediate Revit User

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 07/11/2018

    Revit Utilization for the Intermediate Revit User

    This one-hour webinar provides an introductory overview of Revit 2018 template and filter utilization for the plumbing designer. The program will review the importance of template utilization in project design and documentation through customization of view filters, project, and view settings. 

    Content Outline:

    • Introduction
    • Creating Custom View Settings
    • Creating Custom View Filters
    • Applying the template to projects
    • Importance of Schedules and Content Manipulation

    Learning Objectives:

    Upon successful completion of the course learners will be able to:

    • Identify & utilize proper project and view template functions while utilizing the design software 
    • Develop intelligent schedules based on defined model criteria
    • Filter model and annotative components in views & schedules based on defined protocol
    • Create an aesthetic variation in design systems utilizing filtering
    • Determine variations to BIM Standards through Implicit and Explicit rulings

    Instructor Name: 

    W. Blair Minyard, PE, CPD, CDT Ms. Minyard holds a Professional Engineering license and the Certified in Plumbing Design credential with more than 10 years in the plumbing industry and 7 years in the educational arena. Her expertise and strengths range in the areas of project engineering, constructability review, and documentation through modeling and drafting. She currently works as the Virtual Design & Construction Engineer for B.L. Harbert International, LLC in Birmingham, Alabama.  She is also the Vice President Education for the Society Board of Directors. She serves on other various ASPE committees.

  • Roof Drain Flow Testing

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/26/2019

    Roof Drain Flow Testing - TS221

    J. Matthew Lawrence

    Since the introduction of the 2015 IPC, roof drain flow rates have been a topic of discussion in the industry. Although this is an exciting step forward, questions remain about how to properly size roof drains based on this new code and the roof drain flow rate. This presentation will focus on these changes and aim to educate the audience on what we’re learning based on data being collected from roof drain testing. 

    Matt Lawrence has worked for Zurn Industries and the plumbing industry since 2006. He has worked in various roles, starting as an Engineer within the organization and is currently the Product Manager for the Drainage Group.

    This session was recorded at the 2019 Tech Symposium in Pittsburgh, PA.

  • Roof Drains - The Hole Story

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 03/07/2017

    Roof Drains - The Hole Story Original air date: March 2017

    The roof drain being a crossover fixture (architectural and engineering) has caused many issues over the last hundred years. Now with the roof drain flow testing requirement everyone is being told different stories as what to expect or why it won’t work. It is not as complicated as some want you to believe. This one-hour webinar will help you understand how to avoid the problems in design and to understand what flow testing means to you.

    Content Outline:

    Roof drain design issues
    Roof drain installation issues
    Flow test review and clarifications
    Code and standards
    Green roof designs
    Siphonic roof drain 


    Learning Objectives include:

    Better understanding of a roof drain from the architectural/roofing point of view
    Understanding the important design issues of roof drains
    Understanding roofing material design details that can greatly impact your liability
    How to install a drain to minimize ponding and reduce maintenance
    Clear up the confusion with the new roof drain flow testing requirements
    Updates on the A112.6.4 coming revision
    Gain a better understanding of green roof designs
     

    The Presenters: Craig J. Froeter

    Craig was a roofing contractor for 25 years working with all types of materials and applications. He also spent time analyzing drainage problems with roof drains. He is the founder of Froet industries and the inventor of the Bi-functional roof drain. He also has three additional US patents. He brings a unique prospective to solve problems with roof drains. He is also on the working committee of the ASME A112.6.4 Standard and was on the working committee for the ASPE/IAPMO Z1034 Standard. He has been involved in flow testing roof drains for the past 11 years.

    This webinar is free to ASPE Members and is sponsored by Froet Industries.

  • Seismic Bracing of Plumbing, Medical Gas, and Fire Protection Systems

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/25/2019

    Seismic Bracing of Plumbing, Medical Gas, and Fire Protection Systems - TS112

    This session will explore the application and history of IBC requirements for plumbing, medical gas, and fire protection to help participants understand the code determinations for when seismic bracing is required as well as the available types of bracing available. Specification clarity and contractor needs will also be discussed. The differences between applications for fire protection and MEP system design will also be discussed.

     

    Eric Grant has 15 years of experience with respect to assisting the engineering and contracting community with the application of seismic bracing for MEP and FP systems. He has performed seminars at many ASPE Chapters throughout the United States. He has assisted project management and engineering on more than 500 projects throughout the world, including embassies, hospitals, government, data centers, airport infrastructure, and military facilities, giving him a grassroots experience that he is happy to share with the group. Eric is also a 24-year member of the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States.



    This session was recorded at the 2019 Tech Symposium in Pittsburgh, PA.

  • Sizing Grease Interceptors

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/10/2009

    This webinar will provide information on the background, operation and design of grease interceptors. The webinar will cover proper sizing, installation, principles and basic design of grease interceptors. Our presenter will also cover EPA and Clean Water Act, background for requiring more stringent enforcement on FOG discharges and the principles of operation for gravity interceptors.

    This webinar will provide information on the background, operation and design of grease interceptors. The webinar will cover proper sizing, installation, principles and basic design of  grease interceptors.  Our presenter will also cover EPA and Clean Water Act, background for requiring more stringent enforcement on FOG discharges and the principles of operation for gravity interceptors.