Venue: Italian Cultural Centre, 3075 Slocan St., Vancouver, BC
Date: Wednesday November 8th, 2017
Cost: ASHRAE BC Chapter Members $50
Other Attendees (Non Chapter Members, Guests) $60
Schedule: Doors Open at 5:30pm
5:30 - 6:30pm Registration & Social Hour
6:30 - 7:20pm Dinner & Research Draw
7:20 - 8:15pm Speaker Presentation
ASHRAE BC is proud to welcome Hydronic Sales Manager Bill Baglot, to our November Meeting. Bill will be discussing Booster Pump Systems. How to maximize energy efficiency while reducing sound levels and starting torque. Ways to minimize booster system costs when connecting to District Energy plants. How to accurately size drawdown tanks to minimize their cost and size of footprint, all the while maximizing energy conservation of the systems.
Bill Baglot has over 40 years in experience in the HVAC industry including Mechanical Engineering Technology at BCIT, an instructors diploma from VVC, over 400 courses in mechanical systems and technology along with trade qualifications in refrigeration, power engineering, gas fitting (“A” ticket), welding and an electronics certificate. He spent seven years in industrial processes before switching to commercial HVAC, where he has spent time as a tradesman, air balancer, commissioning agent, project manager, estimator and salesman.
Mr. Baglot has received the Mechanical Manufactures Award for 2003 along with several awards and honors for his teaching and service to the First Nations communities of BC. He was a founding member of the ASTTBC first nations educational initiative has been the chair of the First Nations Career Council (FNCC)since 2008. He currently serves on several educational program boards.
Please register for the meeting using the ASHRAE BC Chapter’s web portal, which makes it simple for you to register and prepay by credit card (Visa, MasterCard).
ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST PRE-REGISTER; WALK-INS WILL NOT BE ACCOMMODATED.
If you experience any problems or have questions regarding the registration process please contact: Ali Zahedi, Attendance Coordinator. Tel: 604-298-4858 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org