ASHRAE February 15, 2022 Meeting

  • Tuesday, February 15, 2022
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Embassy Suites Hotel, Waltham, MA


  • ASHRAE Boston Chapter member registering to attend.
  • Non-member of ASHRAE Boston Chapter registering to attend

Registration is closed

5February 15, 2022

 ASHRAE Boston Meeting

5:30 - 8:30 PM

Embassy Suites Hotel

550 Winter St, Waltham, MA 02451

Free Parking

Members: $50

Non-Members $60

Students & Presenters: Free



5:30—6:30 Networking

5:30—6:15 Tech Session

6:30—7:00 Dinner

7:30-8:30 Main Presentation

Tech Session

Larry Bettello - Ionization Basics

Speaker Bio

Lawrence Bettello is VP of Sales-Northeast for Global Plasma Solutions in Charlotte, NC with over 40 years of experience in the HVAC field. Most of his experience has been in Branch, District and Regional Mgt. roles for manufacturers such as York International, Johnson Controls and Carrier Corporation. Most of his focus in the past has been on service and large projects including the rebuilding of the Central Chilled Water Plant at the World Trade Center (largest CW Plant in the world at the time) after the 1993 bombing. He is a graduate of Alfred State College and is based out of Pomona, NY. Larry can be reached at or 845-521-5258.

Main Presentation (1PDH)

David Schurk - The HVAC System’s Role in Improving Environmental Air Quality in Buildings of all Types

Speaker Bio
David Schurk DES., CEM., LEED-AP., CDSM., CWEP., SFP., CIAQM., CHC., ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer is the Director of Healthcare and Applied Engineering Markets for Global Plasma Solutions in Charlotte, NC. He is a Licensed Designer of Engineering Systems and has over 40-years of experience in the design and analysis of heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning systems for a variety of market sectors, with a special focus on aerospace and healthcare facilities.opic

The time has come to fully recognize the presence of airborne contaminants in the indoor environment, including but not limited to the virus SARS-CoV-2 which results in the disease COVID-19. Concern now revolves around recent guidance suggesting that we have not seen evidence of SARS-CoV-2 transmission through HVAC systems, which could mean it is not being removed from the space and returned to HVAC unit mounted air cleaning devices to be treated. It appears it may be remaining in the occupied environment as an ongoing issue of concern to people breathing that air. What does this mean to facility management and HVAC professionals looking to proactively improve indoor settings to help reduce the risk from airborne contaminants? This presentation will make available the most recent information on the subject, and it will help address what we can consider doing to help produce more productive built environments.

    We hope you will join us!


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