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  • Basic Design Components of Fuel Systems

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/29/2002

    In this one-hour webinar the presenter will discuss the basic components of above ground and underground storage tank systems. This will include the different manholes, valves, and tank considerations that you will have to investigate as you engineer the system for the owner. Many of the components are commonly misused and incorrectly specified. During this webinar you will learn about the many many choices you will face in selecting the right items for the project.

    In this one-hour webinar the presenter will discuss the basic components of above ground and underground storage tank systems. This will include the different manholes, valves, and tank considerations that you will have to investigate as you engineer the system for the owner. Many of the components are commonly misused and incorrectly specified. During this webinar you will learn about the many many choices you will face in selecting the right items for the project. 

  • Client Retention

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 07/26/2016

    This session will focus on the strategy, tactics and implementation necessary to hold onto those valuable assets, your repeat clients.

    This session will focus on the strategy, tactics and implementation necessary to hold onto those valuable assets, your repeat clients.

  • Communication for More Impactful Teams

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    Part of AYP Leadership Development Series. Register for this individual session or the full series to gain access to all 3 webinars.

    We all tend to communicate in the way most comfortable to us, rather than translating what we're trying to get across into our peer's best for of communication. Dive into different communication approaches to create more impact, and get your message across with less friction. Check out this webinar for practice scenarios and new approaches! 

    This is the third webinar in the three-part series.

  • Comparing the Design Considerations of Non-Metallic Plumbing Systems

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/18/2014

    Comparing the Design Considerations of Non-Metallic Plumbing Systems

    This one-hour seminar will provide Plumbing Engineers and Designers, Building Officials, Plumbing Contractors, and Building Maintenance Engineers with an in-depth, technical comparison of the various non-metallic plumbing system options available on the market today. As a growing number of non-metallic alternatives continue to replace traditional metal plumbing systems, this webinar will provide participants with the knowledge to make informed decisions about which non-metallic system is the best choice for any given project requirements. Topics include:

    Features and benefits of each of the non-metallic plumbing system materials
    How various fitting systems and joining techniques can affect project reliability, time and cost
    Model code considerations and standards requirements that can impact your design specification
    Life-limiting factors of non-metallic pipe and fitting systems

    This webinar was sponsored by Lubrizol. Original air date: May 2014


    The Presenter: Mark Tanner, CPD

    Mark has spent 30 years in the consulting engineering field during which time he achieved his “Certified in Plumbing Design” designation. Mark has spent a great majority of his career designing plumbing, piping, HVAC and fire protection systems, while also managing numerous construction projects – everything from military installations on various bases around the country to various marina systems and other high-tech projects for Intel and the Biosphere 2 project in Oracle, Arizona.

    In 2008, Mark made a professional career move and joined the Advanced Materials Division of The Lubrizol Corporation, a chemical company located in Northeast Ohio which makes and compounds raw materials for various products, including the innovative resins and compounds used in the production of FlowGuard®, BlazeMaster® and Corzan® piping systems. Among his role as a piping systems consultant for Lubrizol, Mark provides education and training on the technical aspects of CPVC piping systems and how they may fit into various construction projects.

  • Conserving Water Through the Latest Updates to High Efficiency Fixtures

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/27/2016

    Conserving Water Through the Latest Updates to High Efficiency Fixtures

    Conserving Water Through the Latest Updates to High Efficiency Fixtures

  • CPVC Piping Systems for Potable Water Distribution

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 07/17/2018

    Original air date: July 2018

    This one-hour webinar will provide Plumbing Engineers and Designers, Plumbing Contractors, Building Officials, and Building Operations and Maintenance personnel with a comprehensive understanding of the capabilities of CPVC piping systems used for potable water distribution. The webinar will provide participants with the knowledge required to make an informed decision when considering CPVC piping systems for future projects. 

    Content Outline:
    • Material Properties of CPVC
    • Codes and Standards
    • Pressure Capabilities and Thermal Properties
    • Pipe Sizing Considerations
    • Chlorine Resistance
    • Plenum-Rating Requirements
    • Joining Methods
    • Advantages of Selecting and Specifying CPVC Piping Systems

    Learning Objectives include:

    • Examining the properties of CPVC and how it differs from other plastic materials

    • Understanding the codes and standards that govern CPVC piping systems

    • Understanding CPVC pressure capabilities and thermal properties

    • CPVC pipe sizing considerations and comparisons to other potable water piping systems

    • Understanding how chlorine resistance plays a role in selecting potable water piping materials for a project

    • Examining CPVC plenum-rating requirements

    • Understanding joining methods for CPVC systems and how they contribute to long-term performance

    • Discussing the advantages of selecting and specifying CPVC piping systems for potable water distribution

    The Presenter: Darin Johnson, P.Eng

    Darin Johnson, P.Eng. is the Product Manager for AquaRise® Potable Water Piping Systems at IPEX. He works closely with engineers, designers, and contractors in the North American plumbing market, providing support for the design and installation of plumbing piping systems. Darin received his bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Western University in 2007. Darin is a licensed professional engineer in the province of Ontario. Since joining IPEX, Darin has provided technical expertise for piping systems in the plumbing, industrial, and municipal sectors. Darin has over 10 years of experience in thermoplastic piping system design, installation, and applications.

    This webinar is free to ASPE Members and is sponsored byIPEX | Aquarise 

  • Defining Your Leadership and Management Skills

    Contains 4 Component(s)

    Part of AYP Leadership Development Series. Register for this individual session or the full series to gain access to all 3 webinars.

    Self-awareness, vulnerability, and recognition are foundational elements of defining a functional leadership approach. This webinar will walk you through different exercises to help you hone these skills, and reach your goals. 

    This is the first webinar in the three-part series.

  • Design of Domestic Hot Water Systems Part 1

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 07/15/2013

    During the first webinar learn about the model code provisions for use of domestic hot water, types of water heaters (instantaneous, storage type, gas-fired, electric, etc.) and design issue associated with them, and design of the distribution system for various types of buildings.

    During the first webinar learn about the model code provisions for use of domestic hot water, types of water heaters (instantaneous, storage type, gas-fired, electric, etc.) and design issue associated with them, and design of the distribution system for various types of buildings.

  • Design of Domestic Hot Water Systems Part 2

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 07/15/2013

    During the second webinar, the presenter will include design issues for domestic hot water systems for buildings that require multiple temperature distribution and for buildings that require multiple pressure zones.

    During the second webinar, the presenter will include design issues for domestic hot water systems for buildings that require multiple temperature distribution and for buildings that require multiple pressure zones.

  • Design of Temperature Maintenance Systems for Domestic Hot Water

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 01/15/2013

    This webinar covers hot water temperature maintenance requirements and design. This webinar includes model code language for the application of temperature maintenance along with methods to provide the capability. Systems to be discussed will include heat trace and circulated system. The portions of the webinar dealing with the design elements will include practice examples for the participate to work along with the presenter. It is expected that each participant will be able to properly design both heat trace systems and circulated systems, including circulation pump selection and hot water return pipe sizing, at the completion of the webinar.

    This webinar covers hot water temperature maintenance requirements and design. This webinar includes model code language for the application of temperature maintenance along with methods to provide the capability. Systems to be discussed will include heat trace and circulated system. The portions of the webinar dealing with the design elements will include practice examples for the participate to work along with the presenter. It is expected that each participant will be able to properly design both heat trace systems and circulated systems, including circulation pump selection and hot water return pipe sizing, at the completion of the webinar.