Emerging Energy-Saving
Technologies Researched by the
University of California


   Presented by Debbie M. Decker
   Unive...
Energy Saving Technologies
  Usage-based controls
     Aircuity
     Air Change Rate
     After-hours set-back
  Fume...
Usage-based controls
  Demand Control Ventilation System
  Air change rate
  After-hours set-back
Fume Hood Technology
  Low flow hoods – 100 fpm vs. 80 fpm
   vs. 60 fpm
  Do you design for a sash full open or
   18”?...
MBCx – monitoring-based
commissioning


  For the existing building
    Making sure the building laboratory
     airflow...
Daylight harvesting
  Not just motion detectors
    Smart sensors that adjust lighting to
     meet a design criteria
  ...
Backup systems and recirculating
refrigeration systems
  Back up systems
    Emergency Lighting
    Freezers
  Refrige...
Summary
  Usage-based Controls
  Fume Hoods
  MBCx
  Lighting
  Emergency Power
Acknowledgements
  Rebecca Lally, University of
   California, Irvine
    rlally@uci.edu
  Russell Vernon, University o...
Contact Information
Debbie M. Decker
University of California, Davis
Environmental Health and Safety
167 Hoagland Hall
1 S...
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Emerging Laboratory Ventilation Technologies

  1. 1. Emerging Energy-Saving Technologies Researched by the University of California Presented by Debbie M. Decker University of California, Davis Environmental Health and Safety American Chemical Society Fall 2009 National Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  2. 2. Energy Saving Technologies   Usage-based controls   Aircuity   Air Change Rate   After-hours set-back   Fume Hood Technology   Low flow hoods – 100fpm vs. 80fpm vs. 60fpm   Sash full open or 18”?   Autosash positioner   Zone presence sensors   MBCx – monitoring-based commissioning   Daylight harvesting   Backup systems and recirculating refrigeration systems
  3. 3. Usage-based controls   Demand Control Ventilation System   Air change rate   After-hours set-back
  4. 4. Fume Hood Technology   Low flow hoods – 100 fpm vs. 80 fpm vs. 60 fpm   Do you design for a sash full open or 18”?   Autosash positioner   Zone presence sensors
  5. 5. MBCx – monitoring-based commissioning   For the existing building   Making sure the building laboratory airflow control system is operating as designed   Monitor the ventilation system to discover opportunities for energy efficiency
  6. 6. Daylight harvesting   Not just motion detectors   Smart sensors that adjust lighting to meet a design criteria   Siting buildings to take advantage of natural light
  7. 7. Backup systems and recirculating refrigeration systems   Back up systems   Emergency Lighting   Freezers   Refrigeration systems   Cooling water recirculation   Coolant-based cooling systems
  8. 8. Summary   Usage-based Controls   Fume Hoods   MBCx   Lighting   Emergency Power
  9. 9. Acknowledgements   Rebecca Lally, University of California, Irvine   rlally@uci.edu   Russell Vernon, University of California, Riverside   russell.vernon@ucr.edu
  10. 10. Contact Information Debbie M. Decker University of California, Davis Environmental Health and Safety 167 Hoagland Hall 1 Shields Ave. Davis, CA 95616 (530)754-7964 dmdecker@ucdavis.edu

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