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2019 January Meeting - latest BC Building Code ventilation requirements

Location: Italian Cultural Centre, 3075 Slocan St, Vancouver, BC
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Schedule:      5:30pm Registration and Social Hour

6:30pm Dinner

7:20pm Research Draw

7:25pm Speakers Presentation

8:15pm Adjournment

Pricing:       ASHRAE BC Chapter Member $50.00

ASHRAE Student $10.00

Non Chapter Member $60.00

IAQA Member $50.00

Research Draw Tickets 1 for $5.00; 3 for $10.00; 8 for $20.00

ASHRAE BC is proud to welcome David Hill to our January meeting. Residential Ventilation affects all of us personally and drives many of us professionally. David will provide an update on the BC Building Code Section 9.32.3 and discuss where we are at today. The presentation will also discuss where the future is heading, and pose the question “Why 15 CFM per person”?  We will begin to understand the history of standards and codes that have brought us to where we are today. We all live indoors. We each inhale 54 pounds of air per day and much of that is in our homes.  Four types of systems can be used in homes and they will be discussed. We will focus on practical ventilation and air filtration examples for single and multi family units including personal anecdotes.


David Hill is an expert in HVAC Systems. He is president of Eneready Products and one of Canada’s leading experts in residential ventilation systems and technologies. For this presentation, David is representing the Thermal Environmental Comfort Association (TECA), which lobbies government to improve ventilation codes related to Part 9 and offers training courses for the industry.

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). 


If you experience any problems or have questions regarding the registration process please contact: Peter Sung, Programs Chair

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