|In This Issue|
D. Todd Postlethwait, PE, LEED AP
Mark Graybill, PE
Greetings ASHRAE Members:
Our next meeting should prove to be very interesting especially to those of us who are mechanically minded. We will be meeting at PoolPak in York for a factory tour. This is a great opportunity to see what is involved on the production side of the equipment we specify and how this type of equipment is assembled. It also will hopefully trigger some questions you may have never thought of before. After the tour we will head down the road for dinner and a presentation on natatorium design. This program should prove valuable to all who size and specify equipment for pool rooms.
I look forward to seeing
you at the next meeting and as a reminder if you received a voucher
from the last meeting for the 50/50 drawing please bring them to this
meeting for a chance to win the drawing.
John Hayden, PE
Rebecca Thompson, PE, LEED AP
Mark Tome, PE, HFDP, LEED AP
Mark Graybill, PE
Thomas Long, PE
|Publicity (Web and
Mark Tome, PE, HFDP, LEED AP
The Central Pennsylvania Chapter would like to recognize the following companies for sponsoring the Golf Outing.
Coward Environmental Systems
H. C. Nye Company
H & H Sales Associates
Keller Equipment Sales
Central PA ASHRAE will publish employment opportunities in the Pennant at a cost of $50/month. The Pennant is distributed twice each month (September through April) to approximately 500 people. Contact Mark Tome (717) 845-7654 to have employment opportunities included in the Pennant
Wednesday, October 14, 2009 at PoolPak International
Tour: 3491 Industrial Rd, York, PA 17402
Dinner & Program: 2700 Mt Rose Ave, York, PA 17402
5:00-6:00 Tour, PoolPak International Factory
6:00-7:00 Dinner at Heritage Hills Conference Center
7:00-8:00 Program: Indoor Pool Considerations
Tech Session - PoolPak International Factory Tour
Join us for a tour of the PoolPak International manufacturing plant.
Program - Indoor Pool Considerations (Charles Munchel)
Chuck Munchel will be speaking on "Indoor Pool Considerations" covering the following areas:
● Pool Water Chemistry
● DX Dehumidification
● Outdoor air dehumidification
● Hybrid DX/outdoor air dehuidification
● Natatorium ductwork design
Mr. Munchel graduated from York College with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and has worked in all aspects of the HVAC industry for the past 40 years, including Design Engineering, Mechanical Contracting, and Equipment Sales. He has also presented to other ASHRAE chapters on this topic.
Online or firstname.lastname@example.org or (717) 285-2228 ask for Mark Graybill
Deadline: Thursday October 8, 2009
Chapter Members: $30.00
Non members: $40.00
Note to all Chapter Officers and Committee Chairs: Chapter Officers, Board Members and Committee Chairs have standing reservations. If you do not RSVP by the deadline, you will be billed for the fun time you missed.
|09-10 Schedule (revised
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Ticket holders shall register for each program.
Penn State Team Information
Contact: Jeffrey R.S. Brownson
110 Technology Center Building
University Park, PA 16802-3377
Team Web site
The Chapter congratulates the following people who are new to ASHRAE membership:
Mr. Markus Gruen
Mr. James Hoover
Mr. Robert Julius
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ATLANTA— “It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity,” is often used to explain the less-than-comfortable temperatures in Florida. With that in mind, there seems to be no better place to discuss this winter’s conference theme: Building Sustainability from the Inside Out. Whenever the temperatures outside are too hot or humid to handle, ASHRAE ensures that indoor environments are comfortable and, most important, sustainable.
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ATLANTA – As health and school officials deal with a second wave of the H1N1 virus, commonly referred to as swine flu, new information is available on health consequences of exposure to such airborne infectious diseases and the implications on the design, installation and operation of HVAC&R systems
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