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February Engineers Lunch: FPB/VAV Operations and Maintenance

  • February 05, 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Kroeschell Service, 3222 North Kennicott Avenue, Arlington Heights, IL 60004

Brought to you by the Engineers Committee

When it comes to commercial properties, building engineers are tasked with various aspects of behind-the-scenes building operation and maintenance. One critical aspect of ensuring the proper functioning of a commercial building is the HVAC system, more importantly, the FPB (Fan Powered Box) and VAV (Variable Air Volume) units.

Since the building's overall HVAC system is vital to maintaining its temperature, air flow, ventilation, and air pressure, FPBs/VAVs are equipment that building engineers work on quite frequently. But there are times when these units malfunction and fail to work optimally, making the proper functioning of the building's overall HVAC systems quite challenging.

Join us for the February Engineers Lunch: FPB/VAV Operations and Maintenance to hear representatives from Air Products Equipment Company and Kroeschell, Inc. discuss the operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting problems related to FPB/VAV units.

Here's What's in Store:

  • VAV 101: basic terminal types, control options, and terminal unit components 
  • Actual working FPBs to use for the training
  • Team of mechanical engineers for Q&A

With all the exciting action-packed lineup, you surely don't want to miss the February Engineers Lunch! Don't wait to register. Registration closes on Friday, January 31

About Your Presenters:

Founded in 1947, Air Products Equipment Company is an HVAC equipment distributor and represents a variety of manufactures' products used in commercial, institutional, and industrial air conditioning and ventilation systems. They carry an assortment of HVAC and air conditioning products and parts in Chicago from many reputable manufacturers.

Headquartered in Chicago since 1879, Kroeschell, Inc. is a leading provider of mechanical and electrical engineering solutions and industrial support services for Fortune 500 companies, hospitals, universities and the U.S. government. From HVAC to industrial production systems, they keep facilities and equipment operating at top performance, across the country and around the globe.  

Thank You to Our Generous Event Sponsors:

We would like to thank Kroeschell, Inc. for providing the space and sponsoring lunch.

Fees: The fee for BOMA Building Engineers is $25. Associate members pay $40(Only one Associate member representative per company.) 

Register: The deadline to register is Friday, January 31. Please note any food allergies or restrictions. Non-member vendors will not be admitted.

Cancellations: Cancellations must be received within 24 hours in advance of the lunch to receive a refund.  

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