Topic: Standard 62.1 Update
Speaker: Distinguished Lecturer, Dennis Stanke
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ASHRAE Standard 62.1 “Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality,” provides minimum requirements for proper ventilation in commercial, institutional and hi-rise residential buildings. The basis for the major model codes, a prerequisite for LEED certification, and often an important factor in helping to establish the standard-of-care for ventilation system designers, Standard 62.1 cannot be ignored. ASHRAE Standing Standards Project Committee, SSPC 62.1, takes care of this “continuous maintenance” standard, publishing changes to it every 18 months. As a former SSPC 62.1 Chairman and a current member of the committee, Dennis Stanke is in a unique position to explain the most up-to-date requirements in the standard and discuss expected future requirements.
With a BSME from the University of Wisconsin, Dennis joined Trane in 1973, as a controls development engineer. After 42 years, he retired from Trane as Staff Applications Engineer specializing in airside systems including controls, ventilation, indoor air quality, and dehumidification. He has written numerous applications manuals and newsletters, has published many technical articles and columns, and has appeared in many Trane Engineers Newsletter Live broadcasts.
An ASHRAE Fellow and Life Member, Dennis is a former Chairman and current member for both ASHRAE Standard 62.1, “Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality,” and ASHRAE Standard 189.1, “Standard for the Design of High-Performance Green Buildings.” He is also a member of the Standards Committee and Chair the Code Interaction Subcommittee (CIS).