November Lunch Meeting - Elastomeric Insulation for VRF-VRV HVAC Systems

  • 02 Nov 2017
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Byron's Southend, 101 W. Worthington Avenue, Suite 110 Charlotte, NC 28203
  • 185

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TOPIC:

Elastomeric Insulation for VRF-VRV HVAC Systems

  

BY: Darrell Peil

 

 

Topic Description: 

The subject of proper installation and materials for VRF and VRV piping insulation has become more and more important as experience is gained with this aspect of VRF/VRV system use.  This presentation discusses the complexities and needs of piping insulation installations for VRF and VRV HVAC systems.  These are complex piping systems that have very unique performance requirements for the materials and installation practices. EPDM synthetic rubber elastomeric insulation most correctly meets the entire set of needs presented by this most recent development in HVAC technology.  The fittings and other piping specialties present real installation challenges that most installers find extremely challenging to complete correctly. 

 

 

Speaker Bio: 

Darrell Peil is Vice-President of Marketing and Technical Sales for Aeroflex USA, Inc., as well as Regional Sales Manager serving the upper half of North America.  Currently a member of ASHRAE and ASTM, he serves on the committees for ASTM C 534, C 1534, and C 1427, as well as ASHRAE TC 1.8-Mechanical Insulation for HVAC Systems and TC 10.3-Refrigeration Piping, is a past Chair of the ASHRAE TC 1.8 Handbook Subcommittee, current Chair of National Insulation Association’s Technical Information Committee, and a member of the editorial staff of the National Commercial and Industrial Insulation Standards Manual.  Darrell Peil has been associated with the building mechanical systems industry since 1982, holding various roles in the contracting, distribution and manufacturing segments of the industry.  During that time, he has served in several positions requiring in-depth work with business and product development, systems design, specifications, standards and codes. 

 

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