Building Automation: ASHRAE Guideline 36-2018 High-Performance Sequence of Operations for HVAC Systems Review
We will review the ASHRAE Guideline 36-2018 for High-Performance Sequence of Operations for HVAC Systems as it pertains to energy management and the benefits for the built environment. ASHRAE Guideline 36 represents an essential synergy between standard high-performance designs and standard control applications. Properly implemented, Guideline 36 provides an excellent foundation for performance and consistency.
Philip Chiarappa currently serves as President of Control Concepts of Ohio, LLC. based out of Akron, Ohio. Control Concepts of Ohio, LLC is a provider of building automation technology and systems integration. CCO builds custom-tailored solutions that can be viewed on various platforms, allowing users to control, monitor, and manage mechanical systems anytime and anywhere. Our systems save money and lead to a more comfortable indoor environment.
Our mission is to create efficient and intuitive building automation systems that lend to a better indoor environment while helping to reduce energy costs. We never compromise quality for profit, and our customers and employees are treated like family.
Philip’s background includes over 20 years of mechanical contracting, primarily in commercial and industrial applications. He is a Reliable Controls® Certified Level 4 System Technician, Tridium N4 certified, and has attended Stark State College for various HVACR Technology coursework. Philip has been instrumental in hundreds of system installations; his passion for building automation and technology led him to co-found CCO in 2018. Phil has been a factory authorized dealer for Reliable Controls® systems for over 13 years and CCO won their prestigious MVP Award in 2017 and 2021. He is committed to automation technology and enthusiastically pursues the latest the industry offers.