The Next Level in Air Distribution (Builders’ Breakfast Webinar – May 2021)
This month’s Builders’ Breakfast Seminar will look at air distribution in the home, and consider the different types and benefits of fully dedicated and partially dedicated systems.
- Indoor Air Quality
- Different ventilation systems (simplified; partial; fully)
- Contrasting thermal vs. ventilation needs of a household
- Comparing systems: pros/cons, layouts, installation, customization
- Energy consumption of each system
- Considerations for suitable system for a project
Daniel Smith, Regional Sales Manager – Canada, Centrotherm Eco Systems
Daniel has over 30 years of sales and sales management experience in HVAC, electrical and industrial supply. In Early 2020 he joined Centrotherm Eco Systems in Canada as the Western Regional Sales Manager. Within in a short period of time was given the responsibility for Canada. Centrotherm provides two distinct product lines in Canada – InnoFlue Polypropylene Vent System and Air Excellent a new, innovative air management system. He is the lead for the Air Excellent product group ensuring its recognition and distribution across Canada.
Mallory Epstein, Applications Engineer, Centrotherm Eco Systems
Mallory graduated in 2020 from Union College in NY with a degree in mechanical engineering. During her time at Union she studied renewable energy in New Zealand, archaeology in Greece, and conducted research on recycled plastics for 3D printing. Mallory joined Centrotherm in 2019 as an engineering intern and became an applications engineer upon graduating. She designs air ventilation and flue gas venting systems, presents on industry codes and standards, and recently authored a white paper about the health and environmental benefits of dedicated ventilation systems. Mallory lives in Albany, NY.