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This product is a zip file that contains files that consist of PowerPoint slides synchronized with the audio-recording of the speaker, PDF files of the slides, and audio only (mp3 format) as noted.

People working in critical facilities, such as laboratories, depend on proper design and operation of the building systems to provide safe and controlled workspaces to support their scientific endeavors. It is critical to get the laboratory airflow control systems right. Air is the primary carrier of heat, moisture, contaminants, and airborne hazards in and around laboratory buildings. As a result, occupant safety is the main driver of laboratory ventilation system design and operation. In this presentation, attendees learn more about innovations in demand-controlled ventilation.

  1. How the Demand for Ventilation Drives Safety and Energy Efficiency in Labs and Critical Workspaces< br> Tom Smith, Member, 3Flow, Cary, NC
  2. Cost-Benefit Approach to Design and Operation of Laboratory Demand Control Ventilation Systems< /br> Paul Fuson, Siemens Building Technologies, Buffalo Grove, IL
  3. A Low-Cost Demand-Control Ventilation Protocol for Critical Facilities< /br> Amanda Kirkeby, Associate Member, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO