Ultraviolet Air and Surface Treatment
ASHRAE Technical Committee 2.9

Meetings Information

Las Vegas Meeting, January 2017

 
    TC 2.9 - Ultraviolet Air and Surface Treatment - Meetings and Related Meetings
    Long Beach, CA            ASHRAE Summer Meeting
             
  Date Committee Time Room Venue Comments
Friday Jun-23 SSPC 62.1 IAQ Guideline Subcommittee 8:00am - 12pm Pike 2 Renaissance  
             
Saturday Jun-24 SSPC 185 Methods of Test to Inactivate Microorganisms in HVAC Systems with UV-C Lights 8am - 9am Ebell Renaissance  
GPC 37 Upper Room Ultraviolet Germicidal (UV-C) Devices to Control the Transmission of Airborne Pathogens 9am - 12pm Ebell Renaissance  
US TAG to ISO/TC 142 –
Cleaning Equipment for Air and Other Gases
US Tag to ISO/ TC 142
2:30pm - 3:15pm 202C Long Beach Convention  
             
Sunday Jun-25 TC/TG Chair's Breakfast Section 2 6:30am - 8am Bixby 2 Renaissance Chair and Vice chair to attend
TC 2.9 Programs 8am - 10am Ebell Renaissance  
TC 9.6 Infectious Diseases 8:30am - 10:30am Pike 1 Renaissance  
TC/TG Chair's Training Workshop 9:45am - 10:45pm 101A Long Beach Convention Chair and Vice chair to attend
TC 2.9 Handbook  10am - 12pm Ebell Renaissance  
TC 2.9 Standards 1pm - 3pm Ebell Renaissance  
             
Monday Jun-26 TC 2.9 Research 8am - 10am Wilmore Renaissance  
TC 2.9 Ultraviolet Air and Surface Treatment 10am - 12pm Wilmore Renaissance  

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