Condair is offering a new online, CIBSE-approved CPD seminar on dehumidification and drying psychrometrics.
The 45-minute long presentation includes training on the principles of operation for both desiccant and condensing dehumidifiers, how to correctly select and size a dehumidification system and the psychrometric processes behind drying.
The seminar has been developed specifically for mechanical engineers and consultants. The training has been CIBSE approved, therefore verified to be unbiased, up-to-date and technically accurate. As the presentation is CIBSE-approved, any attendees will receive CIBSE points towards their continuous professional development (CPD) record.
The presentation can be given online via a virtual meeting platform, such as Teams or Zoom. Condair typically delivers these online training sessions to attendees from a single company, to encourage engagement and interaction from attendees. Anyone wanting to book a session can request a date at www.Condair.co.uk/CPD.
Dave Marshall-George, UK sales manager at Condair, commented: “Our CPD seminars are always well received by consultants and this new one on dehumidification gives a comprehensive understanding of both the technology and the psychrometrics involved in a dehumidifier specification project. Consultants can expect to learn how the different technologies compare, when to use desiccant or condensing systems, how to calculate what size is needed, plus the many pre- and post-drying processes needed to provide air at a specific humidity condition.”
Dave continues, “Certificates are supplied to all attendees via email following the presentation, so they can register for the CIBSE points.”
The Condair Group is the world’s leading specialist in humidity control and evaporative cooling, with energy efficient, hygienic and innovative technologies for commercial, industrial and heritage applications.
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