Training Offerd By Filtration Systems:

We do issue Continuing Education Credits/Professional Development Hour Credits* for our training. If you do not see something you are looking to have training on please send us an e-mail and we can create a custom training solution to fit your needs.

  1. LEED and HVAC Filtration's RoleIn this training we discuss what LEED requires for air filters to recieve points, and how different air filter options can either compliment or contradict the goals of LEED.
  2. UV-C for HVAC ApplicationsThere has been a shift in thinking in how UV-C is used in an HVAC setting. Along with advances in technology the cost of these systems have reached a point where demand for them is steadily increasing. Also being publicized by sustainability and "green" organizations has helped increase interest. With most UV-C projects having a payback in only mere months and living up to expectations once a facility has UV-C installed it is quickly added to the rest of the building.
  3. NAAQS - More Than Just ParticulteThe National Ambient Air Quality Standards have increased awareness of what particles are really in the air and lead to the use of more efficienct air filtration systems in buildings. Now the EPA is using the NAAQS to push for more control of the other pollutants included in NAAQS. This training will will focus on these other pollutants and how to manage them.
  4. Containment, B-I-B-O, and HEGAThis training focuses on the higly specilized area of continment filtration, commonly reffered to as Bag-In Bag-Out, when exhaust air must be filtered to remove particulate, virus, bacteria, or other molecular pollutants for the air before being recirculated or exhausted.
  5. Energy Impacts of HVAC FiltrationThe replaceable components in an HVAC eystem, i.e. belts, filters, grease, etc. and keeping the coils clean have a larger than realized impact of how much energy an HVAC system uses. This training focuses on evaluating the energy impacts of different filter options, how to properly run trials in existing air handlers, and the the effectiveness of different coil cleaning methods.
  6. ASHRAE 52.2-Appendix J - What & WhyWith this session we cover what Appendix J of ASHRAE 52.2 is and why this appendix exists. Also covered is how the 52.2 test method compares to the "real world"
  7. HVAC Filtration in Hospital and Healthcare FacilitiesWith this session we cover the regulatory and generally recommended filtration requriemnts and how a facility can reach those requirements from Adminstrative areas to Operating Rooms.
  8. HVAC Filtration in Food/Beverage Manufacturing FacilitiesWith this session we cover the generally recommended filtration requriemnts and how a facility can reach those requirements. We also discuss the trials and tribulations of FDA monitoring of filters and filter housings.
  9. HVAC Filtration in Educational FacilitiesWith this session we cover the filtration needs within educational facilities. From more simple elementary schools to more complex universities that may have labs or other specific use areas than need specialized filtration.

*The Minnesota Board does not pre-approve courses or activities, however to the best of our knowledge these courses/activities meet the continuing education requirements in MN Statue 326.107. Final discretion is up to the Board.