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Orange County, California

2018 – 2019

Juicy News from ASHRAE’s Orange Empire Chapter

MEETING INFORMATION SEPTEMBER MEETING NOTICE


TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2018 NEW MONTHLY MEETING LOCATION!
THE PHOENIX CLUB
1340 S. Sanderson Avenue
THE PHOENIX CLUB IN ANAHEIM
Anaheim, CA 92806 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2018
CLICK HERE FOR DIRECTIONS
TECHNICAL SESSION DINNER PROGRAM
Tech Session. . . . . . . . 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
(CONDENSED) CENTRIFUGAL U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY PUMP
Social. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Dinner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. PUMP SERIES CONSERVATION STANDARDS
PLEASE E-MAIL (PREFERRED), Our speaker, Eric Decker, P.E, CPD, The U.S. Department of Energy
OR CALL WITH YOUR will present a brief overview from Pump Energy Conservation
RESERVATIONS TO: basic to advanced topics on Standards go into effect in
Ryan Sibley c/o TK1SC centrifugal pumps in January 2020 and will have a
rsibley@tk1sc.com HVAC applications, broad impact on the pumps
Direct: 949.751.5923 including: sold in the HVAC market.
Office: 949.751.5800 · Types of Pumps, This presentation will
PRICE SCHEDULE · What a Pump explain what these new
ASHRAE OE Member . . . . . . . . . . $45.00 Does standards are? What impact
Non-Member. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $50.00 · Pump Curve IT’S TIME FOR A CHANGE! do they have on HVAC
Student. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10.00 Characteristics systems? And discuss
WE HAVE A NEW MEETING
Member Day of Event. . . . . . . . . . . $50.00 · System Curve how manufacturers
Non-Member Day of Event. . . . . . $55.00 Introduction (including LOCATION THIS SEASON! are changing their pump
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE affinity laws) product to get in compliance.
IF CANCELLATION IS NOT · Parallel Pumping (when to ensure Our speaker is Mark Handzel, Vice
RECEIVED YOU WILL BE BILLED system curve crosses single pump President, Product Regulatory Affairs &
FOR THE SESSION curve; effect of control head and Compliance, Xylem, Inc.
reducing speed) Mark leads Xylem’s global effort
SEE PAGE 6 FOR FAX ORDER FORM
Eric, Manager – Business to influence and ensure compliance
TECHNICAL SESSION Development Group of Dawson with regulatory requirements for
“(Condensed) Centrifugal Pump
Company, graduated from the pump products. He works closely
Series” by Eric Decker
University of Illinois at Chicago with a with government agencies, trade
DINNER PROGRAM B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. associations and other organizations to
“U.S. Department of Energy Pump After graduating, he worked for fulfill this role. He has been with the
Conservation Standards” by Mark Bell & Gossett in Commercial Pumps company since 1983 and previously
Handzel Application Engineering/Marketing held positions in Sales Management
Department. In Fall of 2011, he and Product Marketing for Bell &
Orange Spiel Editor
Robert Hagstrom, P.E., LEED AP joined Dawson Company’s Business Gossett products.
c/o Southern California Edison Development Group calling on Mark has represented Xylem on
6090-B N. Irwindale Avenue mechanical and plumbing consultant the Hydraulic Institute Pump Efficiency
Irwindale, CA 91702 engineers. Expert Team which negotiated Clean
Phone 626.633.3432 Eric is a Register Professional Water Pump efficiency regulations with
PAX 43432 | Cell 626.609.9791 Engineer (P.E.) and Certified in the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
Robert.Hagstrom@sce.com Plumbing Design (CPD). (See DINNER PROGRAM page 2)

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GREG’S BLOG Golovko. For the past 3 months,


As I stated at the Installation
Dinner in May, ASHRAE is a
With Fall right around the the team has been working volunteer organization and is
corner, it can only mean one diligently to ensure our Chapter always looking for help. If any
thing. Football? will deliver another quality year. of you can spare a few hours
Close. ASHRAE? Our CTTC, Ben Chesser, along a month to help volunteer, your
That’s right, kick off with input from the rest of the efforts will be greatly appreciated.
for the new season team has done a great job of It can be a good career move, but
for your Orange lining up dinner speakers and more importantly it’s a chance to
Empire chapter is technical sessions. give back to the industry that has
here. We’re going to have some gotten us all to where we are today.
Welcome programs that offer CEU’s. Also, I’m looking forward to
back! I’m pretty We’ve got a distinguished focusing this year on Young
excited about lecturer (DL) lined up and Engineers in ASHRAE (YEA),
what’s brewing this multiple joint meetings. Also, STEM activities, and Women in
season. First and Society President Sheila Hayter, ASHRAE (WIA). YEA has some
foremost, thank you will be speaking in December for fun and exciting events planned
for the opportunity our annual joint meeting with our for the year that should be a blast.
to serve you as friends at So. Cal and Tri County. Also, for the first time, our Chapter
President of our Friendly reminder that our has a Women in ASHRAE Chair,
Chapter this year. annual golf tournament chaired by Mary Johnson. It is our
None of this could fundraiser is quickly intentions to have a WIA event at
be done without everyone’s approaching. The tournament will some point during the year, stay
volunteer efforts. With that said, be at Coyote Hills again this year tuned.
I’d like to introduce you to your on October 18th. Jeff Hanzel did Lastly, it is with great pleasure
new chapter officers: Secretary – a great job this year in selling to announce that we will be
Mary Johnson, Treasurer – Brian out the tournament a month in switching venues for the monthly
Sybesma, Vice-President – Ben advance. Hopefully you were meetings. Continuing where
Chesser, President-Elect – David able to register, and if not, try we left off back in May, our first
Lawson, President – Greg Glover. to get in early next year. Every meeting will be at the Phoenix
Your board of governors this year the tournament seems to Club in Anaheim on September
year are Steve Rawski, Matt outperform the previous year and 25th. Hope to see everyone
Waller, Craig Hofferber, Jeff this year is shaping up to do the out there. Until next month, stay
Conrad, Eric Decker, and Ken same. See you on the links. comfortable…Greg Glover

DINNER PROGRAM
(continued from page 1)
BE A GOLF SPONSOR OR RAFFLE PRIZE DONOR
He was recognized for his
While we are sold out for golfers, we are still looking for sponsorships
leadership by the Hydraulic
and /or donations related to the “Drink Cart” & “Bloody Mary Bar”.
Institute on this team. He has
also served on the DOE Working We also welcome any form of donation for raffle prizes; whether
Group on Circulator Pump sporting equipment (golf clubs, golf bags, etc.) sporting tickets
Efficiency Standards. (UCLA, USC, Angels, Dodgers, Rams, Ducks, Kings, etc.), gift
Mark graduated from the certificates (restaurants, breweries, comedy clubs, etc.), memberships
University of Illinois with a B.S. (ASHRAE, Costco, Amazon Prime, Apple Music, etc.).
in General Engineering and
later obtained an MBA with
Contact Jeff Hanzel at jhanzel@esubk-svca.com
concentrations in Finance and
Industrial Marketing.

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completed 6/29/18 2019 Budget. Motion


AUGUST ii. Signature Enrollment passes
MEETING MINUTES (BofA) – completed 6. PROGRAMS
8/24/18 a. Review submitted topic
Date: 28 August 2018 iii. IRS/State Charity Tax
Time: 5:30 - 7:30 PM ideas
issues
Place: ACCO CostOffice b. Discussed table tops at
iv. Chapter Budget
265 McCormick Ave. $150 cost. Need to be
c. Vice President/CTTC Chair
Costa Mesa, CA 92626 added to constant contact
& Committee
as an option to pay for. Put
MEETING ATTENDEES v. Speakers/DL’s to be
an ad in the orange spiel
Ben Chesser (BC) discussed after PAOE
with the opportunity to do
Kevin Conway (KC) and Budget
table tops
Eric Decker (ED) 4. CHAPTER REGIONAL c. Pricing for meetings as
Chris Farrington (CF) COUNCIL (CRC) follows:
Greg Glover (GG) a. August 16-18; Fresno • $45/$50 member/
Ken Golovko (KG) vi. Review and comments nonmember prepay
Robert Hagstrom (RH) from attendees: • $50/$55 member/
Jeffrey Hanzel (JH) • Delegate (President) - nonmember pay at the
Craig Hofferber (CH) GG door
Mary Johnson (MJ) • Alternate (President • $360 for season pass
David Lawson (DL) Elect) - DL d. Extra PAOE Points for the
Chris Mellen (CM) • Treasurer – BS following topics:
Steve Rawski (SR) • MP – BS as proxy vii. Indoor Air Quality
John Sawyer (JS) • RP – GG as proxy viii. bEQ
Ryan Sibley (RS) • SA – ED and GG – ix. Refrigerants
Kevin Smith (KS) Important to follow up x. Tour
Brian Sybesma (BS) with CSU Long Beach xi. Technical Committee
Matt Waller (MW) as top priority, then (TC) Members
1. CALL TO ORDER OCC and UCI xii. PDH/CEU’s available
a. Meeting called to order at • CTTC - BS e. Confirm speakers
5:30 PM • YEA – DL – Regional CM to look into recording
b. Quorum Determination YEA chair wants to speakers at the ASHRAE
(Minimum 5 Voting help plan an event meeting
Members) • GAC – BS as proxy Need to send out email
c. Introduction of Officers and • HISTORIAN – CM communication advertising:
Committee Chairs – OE Chapter won New Venue
d. Announcements an award for History Season Pass
2. AGENDA REVIEW PAOE points and Table tops
a Officer Updates technical award for our Constant contact option for
b. Final PAOE points submitted residential raffle prizes – BC to help
c. Chapter Regional Council award. organize
(CRC) • ECC - none • 9/25/18 - Energy Night
d. Budget 5. BUDGET Tech Session - Title 24
e. Programs a. Review 2018-2019 Budget for Residential and Non-
f. Golf Tourney b. DL motions to add 500 to Residential presented by
history budget and add 500 Bruce Cheney
3. OFFICER UPDATES
to golf tournament income, Dinner Session - US Dept
a. Secretary
GG seconds, Motion passes of Energy Pump Energy
b. Treasurer Tasks (See MEETING MINUTES page 4)
i. Financial audit – c. Motion to approve 2018-

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MEETING MINUTES DL Devin Abellon 7. GOLF TOURNEY


(continued from page 3) • 3/19/19 - March Joint a. JH update
Conservation Standards Meeting w/ SD –hosted b. Need to have a golf tourney
presented by Mark Handzel by OE at El Adobe luncheon to go over more
• 10/23/18 – Joint Dinner Topic - Designing items in details – when/
meeting with ASPE Buildings and Systems for where?
Dinner Session - Seismic Occupant Comfort DL, BS,CF, KC, BC –
Code Updates for Bracing • 4/23/19 - Student Night Working Registration Tables
of Distribution Systems Tech Session - Designing – Setup at 8-8:30
(Duct, Mech Pipe, and for Design Build, JS to run putting contest
Plumbing Pipe) presented Reducing Design Time, SR motions $1500 check
by Brent Mullen and Contractor Costs be sent to el Adobe for
• 11/13/18 - Research presented by Darren deposit
Night Smith BS Seconds
Tech Session - Dinner Session - Soft Motion passes.
Commissioning using Skills and Keys to 8. ADJOURN
Acceptance Criteria (Part Success…from one GG motions to adjourn.
2: Follow-up from Last person’s perspective to Motion passes.
Year) another presented by Meeting Adjourned.
Dinner Session - Larry Sun
Ventilation Reform; • 5/21/18 – Installation - End of Minutes -
Healthcare Ventilation Dinner Mary Johnson
Rates both Presented by
Travis English
• 12/12/18 - YEA Night,
Joint Meeting w/ SoCal
Dinner Session Speech
by ASHRAE Society
President
• 1/15/19 - Refrigeration
Night - Joint Refrigeration
meeting with Tri-County
Tour of Honda Center 2019 ASHRAE Winter
Dinner Session - Current Conference & AHR Expo
and Future Chiller Atlanta, GA
Refrigerants presented by January 12–16, 2019
Gus Rolotti
SR to follow up wiith the
The 2019 ASHRAE Winter Conference will be held in Atlanta, GA!
Honda Center contact
The Technical Program along with Committee meetings, Registration,
Reach out to refrigeration
the Bookstore and Speakers Lounge will be at the Omni CNN Center
industry RICS and the Georgia World Congress Center.
• 2/26/19 - Membership The AHR Expo will take place at the Georgia World Congress
Promotion Night Center, Monday, January 14 – Wednesday, January 16.
Tech Session - Expansion Your ASHRAE Conference badge provides free entry to the AHR
Tank Sizing presented by Expo show floor, or you can register for free until January 9, 2019.
Eric Decker After January 9, 2019 the fee will be $30 to attend the AHR Expo only.
Dinner Session - Hydronic CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
Piping with PEX
presented by ASHRAE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

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MASTER OF A TRADE
by PAUL AND SARAH EDWARDS
Establishing yourself as an (edited and condensed by CFH) Follow these steps to establish
expert in your field requires an yourself as an expert in your
honest assessment of your skills. market.
Whatever your trade, become Ware, TED Talks, University of the • Assess and outline your current
recognized as an expert in your People, PBS Video and more. expertise. Pick a niche. If you
field. It helps you get and keep Hone your expertise by giving can, be early in that niche.
a steady supply of business. You free consultations or workshops • Get the lay of the land. The
may be a master at your line of or by volunteering for nonprofit web is the place to begin
work already but not know how to or community groups. This can researching.
articulate what makes your work help smooth out holes in your • Make contacts on social media
outstanding. You may be at a loss experience and presentation, so with others in your field.
when it comes to conveying this you can claim and demonstrate • Join one or more relevant
to others, yet that is precisely your expertise with confidence. professional and trade
what you need to do to build the associations and social
Becoming an expert
reputation you deserve. networking groups.
To develop your expertise,
With today’s technologies, a • Get access to gatekeepers;
you need to know the questions
wealth of traditional ways to gain those individuals who can help
and needs of your prospective
recognition is at your disposal- you join the party.
audience. Identify five to ten
such as exhibiting at trade shows, • Build on your strengths and fill
issues you want to track so you
offering free workshops and in the gaps (weaknesses).
can answer questions like these:
conferences, or networking in • Articulate a point of view for
• What are common problems in
targeted venues, and producing how you do your work. What is
my field?
and promoting YouTube videos, important to you?
• What do people usually do to
podcasts and blogs. • Collect evidence to support the
resolve them?
Of course, you may need “why” of your point of view.
• What are common mistakes
to acquire additional expertise • Review and begin documenting
people repeatedly made?
before you can lay claim to your experiences.
• What do people perceive
being a true expert. Places you • Identify the patterns suggested
themselves as needing most?
can learn, get a certificate of by your experiences.
Do I concur?
accomplishment and better • Explain and articulate what you
• Is there something important
prepare yourself to be a master have discovered.
that they are overlooking?
of your trade or business include • What is growing? What is Paul and Sarah Edwards are the
universities that offer certificate fading away? What works? authors of seventeen business
programs, MIT Open Course What does not work? related books on the subject.

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Please Contact Jeff Hanzel (jhanzel@esubk-svca.com) for Sponsorship Opportunities

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EY BUY
MON TH
G SEAS E
SAVIN ON
PASS
TIP! !

Who isn’t trying to save a buck these days? But, act quickly to reap the full benefits!
Are you always forgetting to make your meeting reservation? Do you hate standing in long
check-in lines? Are you planning to attend at least 7 meetings this coming year?

Make this year THE YEAR that you finally make your life
simpler with an Orange Empire Season Pass!

Your Board of Governors have once again authorized the offering of a Season Pass for the 2018-2019 Season!
There is only one catch. To Maximize the Savings, the Season Pass must be purchased before the 31st of
October, 2018 (no credit for September meeting cost if purchased in October). You can even do it online!

The price is only $360.00, which includes all of our regular meetings at the Phoenix Club ($45-$50 each) as
well as all of our special meetings throughout the year. This includes the December Holiday Meeting, our joint
meetings with ASPE, San Diego Chapter and Los Angeles Chapter, as well as the Installation Dinner in May!

The cost of the latter four events is always higher than our regular meetings. That’s all nine meetings included
with one season pass!

To get a Season Pass, simply indicate your intentions with your advanced reservations online or at check-in for
the September 25th meeting. We accept PayPal or credit card…done… paid up for the ENTIRE YEAR!

Assuming you plan to attend all nine meetings, the Season Pass cost averages to less than $40 per meeting!

Thereafter, just register in advance online stating your meal choice and that you will “pay at the door”. Then, let
Brian Sybesma know at the door that you’ve arrived the night of the meeting to receive your meal ticket.

But wait! There’s more! If you have an aversion to long term commit-ments, your pass is even transferable to a
friend or colleague for an evening that you miss!

Beyond supporting your Chapter, convenience alone should tempt you to consider a season pass. So, why
not take the step now to eliminate one uncertainty from your life… Buying a Season Pass locks in a genuine
bargain! Steve Rawski

TO ORDER A SEASON PASS, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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CHAPTER OFFICERS
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greg Glover
ASHRAE COMMITTEES AND CHAIRPERSONS
Attendance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TBD
President-Elect. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Lawson ORANGE EMPIRE CHAPTER Electronic Communications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ryan Sibley
Government Affairs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Farrington
Vice President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ben Chesser Golf Tournament. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeff Hanzel
Treasurer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brian Sybesma
Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Johnson
2018–2019 Historian. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Mellen
K-12 STEM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greg Glover
PARTIAL ROSTER Membership Promotion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeff Hanzel
Newsletter Editor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Hagstrom
BOARD OF GOVERNORS Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TBD
Jeff Conrad Craig F. Hofferber Refrigeration. . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeff Conrad/ Ben Chesser
Eric Decker Stephen J. Rawski, P.E. SPIEL DEADLINE Research Promotion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John Sawyer
Student Activities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric Decker
Ken Golovko Matthew Waller, P.E. The October deadline
Table Top Displays. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TBD
for articles or ads is Technology Transfer. . . . . Ben Chesser/David Lawson
CRC DELEGATE CRC ALTERNATE FRIDAY, Webmaster. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ryan Sibley
Greg Glover David Lawson Women in ASHRAE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Johnson
OCTOBER 5, 2018 YEA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jack Walsh/Kevin Smith

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PLEASE RSVP FOR THE SEPTEMBER 25 MEETING


by Thursday, September 20, 2018 at noon, Cancellations by Monday, September 24, 2018 at noon
(non-cancellations will be billed)
Ryan Sibley c/o TK1SC
Direct: 949.751.5923 • Office: 949.751.5800 • E-mail: rsibley@tk1sc.com
ASHRAE OE MEMBER: q $45.00 | NON-MEMBER: q $50.00
MEMBER Day of Event: q $50.00 | NON-MEMBER Day of Event: q $55.00 | STUDENT: q $10.00

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CHAPTER Tech: (Condensed) Centrifugal Pump Dinner: Current and Future Chiller
Series Refrigerants
WINTER/SPRING Dinner: U.S. Department of Energy Pump Theme: Joint Meeting with ASHRAE Tri-
2018/19 SCHEDULE Conservation Standards County Chapter – Refrigeration Night
Theme: Energy Night Place: Phoenix Club, Anaheim
MEETING LOCATION: Place: Phoenix Club, Anaheim
FEBRUARY 26, 2019
THE PHOENIX CLUB OCTOBER 23, 2018 Tech: Expansion Tank Sizing
1340 S. Sanderson Ave. Dinner: Seismic Code Updates for Bracing Dinner: Hydronic Piping with PEX
Anaheim, CA 92806 of Distribution Systems (Duct, Mech Theme: Membership Promotion Night
Pipe, and Plumbing Pipe) Place: Phoenix Club, Anaheim
Statements made in this
publication are not the Theme: Joint Meeting with ASPE MARCH 19, 2019
expressions of the Society Place: Phoenix Club, Anaheim Dinner: Designing Buildings and Systems for
or of the Orange Empire Occupant Comfort
Chapter and may not NOVEMBER 13, 2018
Theme: Joint Meeting with San Diego Chapter
be reproduced without Tech: Commissioning using Acceptance
Place: El Adobe, San Juan Capistrano
special permission of the Criteria Part 2 (follow-up from last
Orange Empire Chapter. year) APRIL 23, 2019
The Orange Spiel is Dinner: Ventilation Reform; Healthcare Tech: Designing for Design Build, Reducing
not responsible for the Ventilation Rates Design Time and Contractor Costs
accuracy of the technical Theme: Research Night Dinner: Soft Skills and Keys to Success...from
articles. Place: Phoenix Club, Anaheim One Person’s Perspective to Another
Theme: Student Night
DECEMBER 12, 2018 Place: Phoenix Club, Anaheim
Dinner: TBD
Theme: Joint Meeting with So. California MAY 21, 2019
Chapter – YEA Night Dinner: 2019-2020 Installation Night Dinner
Place: TBD Theme: Officer and Board Installation
Place: TBD

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Orange Empire ASHRAE


2312 Park Avenue, #407
MEETING SUMMARY Tustin, CA 92782

TUESDAY,
SEPTEMBER 25, 2018
TECHNICAL SESSION
“(Condensed)
Centrifugal Pump Series”
by Eric Decker

DINNER PROGRAM
“U.S. Department
of Energy Pump
Conservation Standards”
by Mark Handzel

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