Design of Temperature Maintenance Systems for Domestic Hot Water

2013 ASPE Webinar Series

Design of Temperature Maintenance Systems for Domestic Hot Water

Original Air Date: January 16, 2013

 

Earn Continuing Education Credits: This one-hour contact program provides 0.1 CEU or 1.0 PDH.

 

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.

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Raymond F Parham, PE

Raymond F. Parham is employed by Page Southerland Page in Houston, TX, in the role of Lead Engineer in the Piping/Fire Protection department. With over 25 years experience in mechanical design and building construction, Mr. Parham has a well-rounded knowledge of the challenges which multi-discipline integration affords in performing a complete building design. Mr. Parham graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology in 1982 with a Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering (Cooperative Plan). He has been a Registered Professional Mechanical Engineer since 1986, and a registered Fire Protection Engineer since 1999. Ray is an active member of the ASPE, NFPA and Society of Fire Protection Engineers. His design experience includes laboratory and medical specialty utilities such as compressed air, natural gas, nitrogen, helium, oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, hydrogen, argon systems and vacuum systems; potable, non-potable and deionized/reverse osmosis high purity water systems; acid waste and acid dilution systems; and chemical, wet and dry fire suppression systems.

Page Southerland Page is an architectural engineering firm with an engineering department ranked in the top 40 firms in the country with offices in Houston, Dallas, Austin, Denver and the District of Columbia.

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Fees:

Members first time viewing:      $70

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Nonmembers:                           $130