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  • CPD Review Webinar 1

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    CPD Review Webinar 1

    This is the first webinar in the four-part series. This webinar reviews Gathering Information and Administration. This webinar nor any webinar in the series awards CEUs or PDHs. 

  • CPD Review Webinar 2

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    CPD Review Webinar 2

    This is the second webinar in the four-part series. This webinar reviews storm and site drainage, domestic cold water, and domestic booster pumps. This webinar nor any webinar in the series awards CEUs or PDHs. 

  • CPD Review Webinar 3

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    CPD Review Webinar 3

    This is the third webinar in the four-part series. This webinar reviews domestic hot water supply and domestic hot water recirculation. This webinar nor any webinar in the series awards CEUs or PDHs. 

  • CPD Review Webinar 4

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    CPD Review Webinar 4

    This is the fourth webinar in the four-part series. This webinar reviews fire protection systems, fuel gas, medical gas, and domains Specifications and Construction Services. This webinar nor any webinar in the series awards CEUs or PDHs. 

  • CPD Review Webinar Series

    Contains 4 Product(s)

    CPD Review Webinar Series - 2016 Edition

    This four-part webinar series provides an overview to the CPD Examination and the five domains. This series is a supplement to your studies and should not be your only means for preparation.

    Webinar 1

    • Gathering Information
    • Administration

    Webinar 2

    • Storm and Site Drainage
    • Domestic Cold Water
    • Domestic Booster Pumps

    Webinar 3

    • Domestic Hot Water Supply
    • Domestic Hot Water Recirculation

    Webinar 4

    • Fire Protection Systems
    • Fuel Gas, Medical Gas
    • Specifications
    • Construction Services


    The Presenter: David DeBord, CPD, FASPE, LEED AP BD+C, GPD, ARCSA-AP, CFPS  is ASPE's former Vice President Technical and a Past-President of the Chicago Chapter of ASPE, and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Illinois Institute of Technology. He is also a member of the American Solar Energy Society (ASES), American Rainwater Catchment Society of America (ARCSA), the Geothermal Heat Pump Consortium (GHPC), USGBC, and serves on ASPE Society committees, including the Technical and Research Committee. He is a Certified Solar Installer. His work has been published in several magazines, including PS&D, PME, and CSE, as well as 3 chapters in ASPE PEDH books. He started in the consulting engineering field in 1972.

  • 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.