Best Practices for Building Ventilation Improvements and Efficiency Webinar

Best Practices for Building Ventilation Improvements and Efficiency Webinar

Conference Call and Presentation
Tuesday, November 19, 2019 to Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Presented by the Papermaking Technology and Operations Committee (PTOC).

About the Webinar

Discover best practices for building ventilation improvements and efficiency with presenter Lawrence Yane, Sales Manager for Enerquin Air. Attendees can expect to learn the importance of having properly-designed and operated building ventilation equipment, design and engineering considerations to reduce condensation, how to reduce uncontrolled air flow and provide a safe and comfortable working environment for mill staff. Case studies for greenfield and rebuild projects will also be explored.

Presenter: Lawrence Yane, P. Eng, M. Sc

     Sales Manager





Biography: Based at Headquarters in Montreal, Quebec, Lawrence Yane’s is Sales Manager for Enerquin Air. Lawrence has Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (1994) and Master of Science (1997) degrees from McGill University in Montreal and has spent his entire professional career in Technical Sales and Product Development. He works closely with clients on paper and tissue air systems issues, focusing on drying efficiency and optimisation which are key factors for maximum production and profitability. Lawrence is also an active member of TAPPI’s Yankee Dryer Safety and Reliability Committee.

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