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A commercial kitchen is an energy intensive manufacturing facility. It is the largest consumer of energy per unit of floor area when compared to other commercial or institutional occupancies. Given this condition, there exists opportunities to design ventilation systems which minimize both energy use and environmental impact, all while still addressing large internal heat gains and high ventilation requirements. To achieve these goals, this seminar provides guidance on general design approaches as well as specific design examples.

13-1 How Does Standard 189 Impact My Kitchen Ventilation Design?
Francis Kohout, P.E., McDonald's Corp.
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13-2 CKV DCV, Energy Considerations, Codes, and Standard 90.1

Todd Gottshall, Taylor Engineering

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13-3 How Hood Selection, Exhaust, and Makeup Air Systems Contribute to a High Performance Building Design

Richard T. Swierczyna, Food Service Technology Center
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13-4 Considerations When Designing High Performance Exhaust Systems

John Clark, P.E., Karges-Faulconbridge, Inc.
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Citation: ASHRAE Seminar Recording, 2012 Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX