Specifying Outdoor Heating Solutions​: Heat Transfer Fundamentals & The Future of Outdoor Heating

Wednesday, February 15, 2023 | 3pm ET

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Description: 

Outdoor spaces have become more important than ever over the last year. As one of the safest and healthiest places to spend time with family, friends, or colleagues, outdoor spaces are now a key priority for both residential and commercial builds. Join this session to learn how outdoor heating can bring instant comfort to outdoor spaces and create healthier environments while still providing people with the comfort of the indoors. You’ll learn how to plan and specify heating solutions for any outdoor space in a functional, affordable, efficient, comfortable, and aesthetically pleasing way. 

Learning objectives

  • Explain the types of outdoor heating solutions available for an outdoor area both in residential and commercial spaces such as rooftop bars, cafes, restaurants, and other outdoor hospitality al fresco areas. 
  • Identify the legislation requirements for gas and electric outdoor heaters including mounting heights and statutory requirements for installation. 
  • Compare the difference between outdoor heaters based on heating elements, output, and efficiencies. 
  • Illustrate an appropriate heating solution plan that provides optimum usage of an outdoor area. 

This free course is brought to you through a partnership with Bromic. By registering for this course, you grant AIA permission to share your name and email address with Bromic. 

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Instructors

  • Blake Petty

    Specification Business Development  |  Bromic Heating

    Blake started his career in the wine industry where he ran operations and sales for a small winery...