The Associated Air Balance Council has announced a new AIA-approved webinar in their TAB Talk series on May 18, where they will discuss important components to maintaining fire life safety (FLS) systems, which are fire smoke dampers (FSDs), smoke dampers (SDs) and fire dampers (FD) located at duct penetrations through fire rated assemblies such as walls, ceilings, and floors. AHJs have been broadening enforcement efforts to all types of sites, including assisted living and acute care facilities with directions to identify, test, and document the functional operation of these devices.
“Whether you are a TAB, Commissioning, or Professional Service provider for new and or existing buildings, there is a huge need to improve standards for project teams & subs, thorough field testing, and site wide dedicated documentation in regards to fire smoke dampers,” said John Herboth, PE, CxA, EMP, Senior Commissioning Authority, NorthWest Engineering Service, Inc.
“Fire and Life Safety systems safeguard building occupants and require an added layer of attention to detail when testing and/or adjusting,” said Troy Byers, PE, CxA, Byers, LLP, President of the AABC Commissioning Group. “Continuing education on the topic is relevant to both testing, adjusting, & balancing (TAB) and commissioning.”
When: May 18, 2022, 2:00 PM Eastern / 1:00 PM Central / 12:00 PM Mountain / 11:00 AM Pacific
Registration Link: Click here
Presenters: John Herboth, P.E., CxA, EMP, Sr. Commissioning Authority, NorthWest Engineering Service, Inc.; Larry Felker, Manager, Product Management Fire & Smoke, Belimo; and Troy Byers, PE, CxA, Byers LLP, ACG President.
Continuing Education Credits: AIA 1 LU
Who Should Attend: Testing, Adjusting, & Balancing Professionals; Commissioning Providers; Energy Managers; andBuilding Owners & Facility Managers.
Sponsored by Belimo. Belimo has developed intelligent IoT-enabled devices for HVAC systems that provide valuable data for customers to improve efficiency of installation and commissioning, to control, service and optimize buildings more efficiently and remotely, to meet the needs of the future buildings.