Continuous Professional Development

Entropic provide a series of informative and relevant educational presentations in the areas of building ventilation, energy performance, comfort, safety and regulatory compliance.

Entropic is a registered training provider of Engineers Ireland.

We have three structured Continuous Professional Development (CPD) courses

To make a booking, please choose from the following courses:

Data Centre
ventilation systems

Low energy cooling systems
Hyperscale data centres
Enterprise and Co-lo data centres
Air intakes, low pressure drop, rain and snow separation
Dampers, condensation and ice risk
AHU design
Air diffusion

Ventilation equipment for large industrial projects

Guidance for selection and use of large format:
         Diffusers
         Dampers
         VAV dampers
         Fire dampers
         Louvres
         Air measuring grids
         AHUs

CE marking of construction products and control of smoke and fire

European Regulation and the law in relation to CE marking of construction products and control of smoke and fire in ventilation systems. The law, standards and best practice in relation to fire protection of ventilation systems.

Control of Smoke and Fire in Ventilation Systems

Laboratory and Fume Cupboard
Ventilation Systems

Constant air velocity through the sash opening, fast acting systems for occupant safety, room pressure control while varying extract air volumes through fume cupboards, energy efficiency in laboratory ventilation systems, diffusers for laboratories, comfort and velocities around the fume cupboard, HVAC controls system for labs

VAV
Systems

VAV systems and demand based ventilation systems

UKV VAV Damper
VAV Damper

Comfort in the indoor
environment

The 6 factors controlling thermal comfort, the PMV and PPD, draught rating, asymmetric temperature difference, glare index, design and modelling to guarantee thermal comfort.

Comfort in the Indoor Environment

Ventilation systems
explained

Displacement and mixing ventilation, natural, mechanical and mixed-mode ventilation, chilled beams and fan coil units, VRF-, VRV- and VAV-based ventilation systems.

Ventilation system
efficiency

Improvement of building efficiency through optimised design and correct integration of ventilation system components – air handling units, chillers, ducting, dampers, terminal units and control methods. Finding a balance between energy efficiency, capital investment, industry regulations and comfort.

Low energy offices, hospitals
and cleanrooms

A closer look at comfort, air quality, energy efficiency and regulatory compliance with a focus on some important and common building types.

Commercial kitchen ventilation systems

Reducing energy consumption, maintenance costs and the risk of fire. Filtration systems. EcoKitchen and OCEAN for EcoKitchen systems.

Swimming pool
ventilation

Swimming pool ventilation requirements, minimising and preventing corrosion, energy optimisation, humidity control.

Hospital ventilation
systems

Requirements for hospital ventilation based on HTM 03-01 (specialised ventilation for healthcare premises), HTM 05-02 (fire code), operating theatre ventilation models, HEPA filtration.

Air handling unit construction and performance

Air filtration, fan and motor efficiency, specific fan power, heating, and cooling, humidification and dehumidification, energy recovery methods. Factory acceptance testing, assuring performance via Eurovent and EN 1886, HTM air handling unit requirements.

Air Handling Unit Construction and Performance

Optimised chiller performance and lifespan

Refrigerant use, energy reduction, Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) and European Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (ESEER), circuits, compressors types, ISO 50001.

CDM – commissioning, demonstration and maintenance

Commissioning protocols, post-occupancy evaluation, maintenance
requirements for life-critical systems, factory acceptance testing of air handling units, recommended maintenance intervals and procedures.

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