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2023 ASHRAE Annual Conference - Atlanta, Georgia
February 4-8, 2023
TC 9.7 Main Committee Meeting
Date: Sunday, February 5th
Location: Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center, 100 CNN Center, Atlanta, GA 30303
Room: Chestnut (M3-North)
Meeting Format: Hybrid
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TC 9.7 is concerned with the application of ventilating, air-conditioning, refrigeration, life safety, and energy conservation systems to educational (secondary school, college) facilities.
ASHRAE TC 9.7 is concerned with the application of heating, ventilating, air-conditioning, refrigeration, life safety, and energy conservation systems to educational facilities.
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The scope and intent of this document is to provide guidance to Owners, Operators, Designers, and Professional Service Providers on how to best implement Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) improvements, including risk mitigation strategies, in educational facilities. The guidelines will also help facilitate discussion between designers and stakeholders, identify minimum recommendations and discuss further considerations to improve IAQ and reduce the risk of transmission of infectious pathogens and other contaminants of concern.
This document was developed by ASHRAE Technical Committee 9.7, Educational Facilities and has been approved by ASHRAE as a free download.