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REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2012 ASPE CONVENTION & EXPOSITION! Register today at aspe.org/expo or use the registration form in this brochure to reserve your place at this exceptional event. Meet more than 4,000 industry professionals, take advantage of 30+ professional development sessions, and get complete access to over 300 exhibiting manufacturers and suppliers.

Register soon and pay even less! Don’t delay: early bird registration rates end September 14. Not an ASPE Member? Special Convention discounts are available if you register early and become an ASPE Member. See the registration form on the last page of this brochure for more details. Never been to an ASPE Convention? ASPE is offering a special “First-Timers” registration rate for those who have never attended an ASPE Convention. Contact your local ASPE chapter officer for more information. Local officer information can be found at aspe.org/regions. ASPE will host a free webinar on October 2 to explain to attendees, especially First-Timers, how to get the most out of their experience in Charlotte. Also, to recognize First-Timers, ASPE will host a First-Timers Breakfast on Monday, October 29, from 7–8 a.m. Each first-time attendee will be provided with an entrance ticket to the event, where they will have the opportunity to network with other firsttime attendees and meet Society leadership.

The 2012 ASPE Convention & Exposition is the year’s biggest tradeshow and professional development event designed exclusively for plumbing industry professionals, offering:

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THOUSANDS OF NETWORKING CONNECTIONS

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Network with thousands of your peers and meet experts in the field of plumbing engineering from around the world. Meet with more than 300 exhibitors featuring plumbing products and services that you specify and install. Ask design engineers questions about their products and meet one-on-one with manufacturer representatives. New technologies and design strategies will keep you ahead of the competition. Professional development sessions and show floor demonstrations allow you to earn up to one year’s worth of CEUs/PDHs.

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2012 ASPE CONVENTION & EXPOSITION KEYNOTE SPEAKER KYLE PETTY

MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012, 10:15 A.M. CHARLOTTE CONVENTION CENTER Join us before we open the doors to the 2012 ASPE Exposition for our keynote address featuring auto-racing icon and champion of philanthropy, Kyle Petty. Kyle Petty’s name and mega-watt smile will always connect him with NASCAR’s most famous family. To the world, his father Richard Petty was, and still is, “the King,” the greatest champion in NASCAR history. Kyle’s grandfather, Lee, was larger-than-life in the early days of stock car racing, but to a young boy growing up in Level Cross, NC, and places like Daytona, Charlotte, and Talladega, they were simply Dad and Grandpa. Kyle is as much a product of racing as he is of his famous forebears.

KEYNOTE ADDRESS IS OPEN TO ALL EXPOSITION ATTENDEES REGISTER NOW TO HEAR KYLE PETTY SPEAK! Today, it is Kyle Petty who is larger than life. Inspired by the vision of their late son Adam, Kyle and his wife Patty have in turn inspired the compassion and generosity of the NASCAR community and corporate sponsors nationwide to help those in need. Their crowning achievement is the Victory Junction Gang Camp near Level Cross, where thousands of children with life-threatening or chronic illnesses find hope, laughter, friendship, and adventure every year. Founded in 2000 in partnership with family friend and racing enthusiast Paul Newman, Victory Junction Gang Camp has proven wrong every “expert” who counseled the Petty’s against the undertaking, citing the immense cost and complexity of building and operating a camp for kids with special requirements. The camp has not only become a shining example of what character and commitment can achieve—it has been so successful that a second Victory Junction Gang Camp is planned for the Kansas City area. An avid motorcyclist, Kyle also founded the Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America to benefit children’s causes. Every year hundreds of NASCAR fans, drivers, and crew members jump on their motorcycles to join Kyle in visiting local children’s hospitals and other charities. To date, the Kyle Petty Charity Ride has raised more than $14 million and is the most successful philanthropic event staged by any person in the NASCAR family. Kyle has been named or nominated by NASCAR, plus various media outlets and corporations, as Person of the Year, Father of the Year, Sportsman of the Year, and the USA’s Most Caring Athlete. He is an inductee in both the Philanthropy Hall of Fame and the Humanitarian Hall of Fame. When Kyle isn’t behind the wheel of a racecar or serving humanitarian or philanthropic causes, he can be seen and heard on television, radio, and the Internet. He is a featured analyst on TNT’s live NASCAR coverage and hosts a variety of programs for the Speed Channel, in addition to co-hosting the weekly radio show “Fast Talk” on the Performance Racing Network. For more than three decades as a driver, owner, and media commentator, Kyle has put his heart and soul into doing what a Petty does best: compete with class and raise the game of everyone around him.

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GREEN PLUMBING DESIGNER CERTIFICATE PROGRAM LAUNCH

ASPE and IAPMO have joined forces to develop the Green Plumbing Designer Certificate program, which will be launched at the 2012 ASPE Convention & Exposition. The goal of the certificate program is to introduce green plumbing theory and concepts to plumbing designers who hold the CPD or PE. To learn more about this exciting new program, stop by the ASPE Pavilion on the show floor during the Exposition on October 29–30. Gold

Saturday, October 27 1–6 p.m. 2012 ASPE Business Meeting

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EXHIBITORS EXHIBITOR A.O. Smith Water Products Co. A.Y. McDonald Mfg. Co. AB&I Foundry ABS USA/Sulzer Pump Solutions (US) Inc. Acorn Engineering Company Advance Products & Systems Advance Tabco Advanced Mechanical Technologies Advanced Modern Technologies Corp. (AMTC) Aero Mfg. Co. Inc. AGF Manufacturing Inc. Ajax Boiler Alberta Custom Tee (2006) Ltd. Allied Technical Services (ATS) American Backflow Prevention Assoc. American Society of Sanitary Engineering American Standard Brands American Valve Inc. Amico Corp Amtekco Industries Inc. Anaco/Husky Aqua Glass Aqua Mizer Inc. AQUANOMIX Aqua-Rex LLC Aquatherm Inc. Aquatic ARCOM - MasterSpec Specifications Arkema Inc. Armstrong International Inc. Armstrong Limited Arrowhead Brass Products Inc. Asahi/America Inc. Asco Power Technologies Atlas Copco Compressors Aurora Pump BeaconMedaes Becker Pumps Corp. Bell & Gossett a Xylem Brand Bemis Manufacturing Company BJM Pumps Bonomi North America Bootz Industries Bradford White Corporation Bradley Corporation BrassCraft Mfg. Co. Brimar Industries Inc. Burt Process Equipment Busch LLC Canariis Corp Canplas Caroma USA Inc. Cash Acme, Division of Reliance Worldwide Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute CCI Pipeline Systems Cemline Corporation Cerro Flow Products LLC Champion Pump Company Inc. Charlotte Pipe and Foundry Company Chicago Faucets Cimberio Valve Co. Clarion Bathware Clarke Fire Protection Products Inc. Cla-Val Company Component Hardware Group Conbraco Industries Inc. Containment Solutions Contractor Magazine Copper Development Assn. Copper Development Assn.

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EXHIBITOR Crane Pumps & Systems Croker, Div. Fire-End & Croker Corp. Dahl Brothers Canada Limited Dekker Vacuum Technologies Inc. Delany Products Delta Faucet Company Delta P Carver Digital Analysis Corp. Double Trac by Omega Flex DuraVent Easyflex Inc. Eaton Corporation Eemax Inc. ELKAY Elkhart Brass Mfg. Elkhart Products Corp. Equipment Controls Company Eredi Baitelli S.p.A. Fike Corporation FireFlex Systems Inc. FlexHead Industries Inc. Flushtech Corp Franklin Electric / Little Giant Froet Industries Gastite Division Genstar Technologies Co. Inc. Georg Fischer Harvel Gerber Plumbing Fixtures LLC GF Piping Systems Global Vision Inc. GPM Global Pump Marketing GPT (Formerly PSI Thunderline/ Link-Seal) Green Turtle Americas Ltd. Grundfos Pumps Guardian Equipment/Water Saver Faucet Guardian Fire Equipment Inc. Halsey Taylor Heat Transfer Products Inc. Heat-Timer Corporation HG Spec Inc. Highland Tank Hoeptner Perfected Products Holby Valve Inc. HOLDRITE Hot Box (Hubbell Power Systems) HRS Systems Inc. Hubbell Electric Heater Co. Hubbell Industrial Controls HydroFlow USA Hydronic Modules Corporation HYFAB IAPMO IDEAL Clamp Products IMC Teddy Food Service Equipment In-Sink-Erator International Code Council IPEX USA LLC IPS Corporation Isimet Jay R. Smith Manufacturing Co. JJM Boiler Works Inc. John Guest USA Josam Company Joslyn Clark Controls Judo Water Treatment Just Mfg. Co. KBI, King Bros. Industries Kitz Corporation of America Kohler Co. Kusel Equipment Co. Lawler Manufacturing Co. Inc.

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EXHIBITOR Legend Valve Leonard Valve Company Liberty Pumps LIQUITECH Inc. Lochinvar Corporation LSP Products Group Lubrizol Corporation Mainline Backflow Products Inc. Mansfield Plumbing Products LLC MAPA Products Marathon International Marlo Inc. Master Control Systems McGuire Manufacturing Co. Inc. Medical Gas Professional Healthcare Organization Metalprint s.r.l. Metcraft Industries Inc. Metraflex Company MG Piping Products Company MIFAB Inc. Milwaukee/Hammond Valve Minimax USA LLC Miro Industries Mission Rubber Company Moen Commercial MR Direct International MTH Pumps Mueller Industries Murray Supply Company National Craft Industries Inc. Navien America Inc. NEOPERL Inc. NewAge Casting NIBCO Inc. Niles Steel Tank Ningbo Huacheng Valve Co. Ltd. Nomaco Insulation Noritz America Corp. NSF International Oasis International/ Sunroc Oatey SCS Outdoor Shower Company Parker Hannifin (Transair) ParkUSA Patterson Pump Company Patton’s Medical Penn Pump & Equipment Co. Inc. PHOENIX Process Equipment Company Plumberex Specialty Products Plumbing & Drainage Institute Plumbing Engineer Magazine “Official Publication of ASPE” PM Engineer Potter Electric Signal Co. Powerex Inc. Praxis Companies LLC Precision Plumbing Products Prier Products Inc. Pro Vent Systems Inc. PVI Industries Inc. QuantumFlo Raypak Inc. RBI Water Heaters RECO USA Reelcraft Industries Inc. Reliable Automatic Sprinkler Rinnai Corporation Rockford Separators Roof Top Blox Rostra Tool Company Schier Products Co.

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EXHIBITOR SCHOTT North America Inc. See Water Inc. Seisco International Ltd. ShinMaywa (America) Ltd. Simtech Inc. Sioux Chief Manufacturing SJE-Rhombus Controls Sloan Valve Company Smith-Cooper International Solar Usage Now Solar-Trac by OmegaFlex South-Tek Systems LLC Sovent / Walter Cornwall LLC Speakman Company, The Spears Manufacturing Company Stancor Inc. Stern-Williams Co. Stiebel Eltron Inc. Stingray Systems LLC Strahman Valves Inc. SureSeal Manufacturing Symmons Industries Inc. SyncroFlo System Sensor T & S Brass & Bronze Works Taco Inc. T-Drill Industries Inc. The Cope Company Salt The IAPMO Group The Jomar Group The Rectorseal Corporation Trapzilla-Big Dipper ThermaFlo Engineering Company TIGERFLOW SYSTEMS LLC Topp Industries Inc. Tornatech Inc. Touch Sensor Technologies Town & Country Plastics Inc. T Plug TracPipeCounterStrike Tramco Pump Company Tsurumi Pump Tyco Tyco Thermal Controls Tyler Pipe Co. Tyler Pipe Co. Tyler Pipe Co. Uponor VC Systems & Controls Inc. Victaulic Viega Viking Group Walrus America Inc. Ward Manufacturing Inc. Water Control Corporation Water Quality Association Watertronics Watts Water Technologies Weil Pump Co. Inc. Wessels Co. Willoughby Industries Inc. Woodford Mfg. Co. World Plumbing Council Xerxes Corporation Z-Flex US Inc. Zhejiang IDC Fluid Control Co. Ltd. Zoeller Pump Company Zurn Engineered Water Solutions

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND The 2012 ASPE Convention is all about education, offering more than 30 educational sessions taught by experts currently working in the field of plumbing engineering. The 2012 ASPE Convention education program is offered in six tracks—follow one or mix and match to customize a unique educational experience. Each session provides 0.125 CEU/1.25 PDHs. ASPE is recognized as an approved provider and sponsor of CEUs and PDHs throughout all 50 states for registrations and licensing requirements. It is ultimately the responsibility of the attendee to make sure that they are in compliance with their state’s rules and guidelines.

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CHARLOTTE PIPE AND FOUNDRY TOUR

ASPE is offering an exciting new technical education opportunity: a tour of Charlotte Pipe and Foundry, located just minutes from the Charlotte Convention Center. The Charlotte Pipe and Foundry tour is an interactive walking tour of the manufacturing process for cast iron pipe and fittings. This unique opportunity will allow participants to observe the steps necessary to produce cast iron pipe and fittings as well as the quality control and testing procedures involved. Participants will observe a number of production areas, including scrap iron melting operations in a cupola, 60–80 ton holding furnaces, various machinery (DISA machines, Four and Multi-Flask, Shell Core, etc.), and more. The tour is open to all full registrants of the 2012 ASPE Convention & Exposition, but space will be extremely limited. Be sure to sign up for the tour when you register! Pre-registration for a tour is required to participate.

FUNDAMENTAL PLUMBING PIPE JOINING TECHNOLOGIES Robert Hall, Southeast Technical Manager, Viega Tuesday, Oct. 30, 8:30–9:45 a.m.

Both young and experienced engineers will learn how to make more technically sound decisions regarding piping materials, joining methods, and design strategies for potable water systems and hot water recirculation systems. The presentation will provide a performance comparison of existing piping materials and pipe joining methods with innovative alternatives. The performance of a two-pipe potable water system verses a manifold system and a two-pipe supply and return hot water recirculation system versus a more cost-effective, energysaving internal recirculation system will be compared.

BEST PRACTICES IN HOT WATER DESIGN Gary Klein, Owner, Affiliated International Management LLC Tuesday, Oct. 30, 10–11:15 a.m.

This session will present data gathered during a California Energy Commission program to reduce residential water heating natural gas consumption, including field data on use patterns, typical hot water distribution system configurations, and water heater efficiency; surveys of consumers; and laboratory tests on distribution systems and water heaters. The applicability of the results to all occupancies in other climate zones will be discussed. Based on the research findings, participants will assist in deriving a list of best practices in hot water system design and implementation.

BACKFLOW PREVENTION Jim Purzycki, Wholesale Distributor of Backflow Assembly Repair Parts, BAVCO Tuesday, Oct. 30, 3:45–5 p.m.

The hydraulic conditions of backflow can contaminate drinking water, so to ensure that water quality is maintained, cross-connection control eliminates the negative effects of backflow. This presentation will help explain the various regulations enforcing cross-connection control, including a discussion of the types and causes of backflow as well as the various types of backflow prevention assemblies and how to use them to provide maximum protection.

COORDINATING PROJECT GAS REQUIREMENTS WITH THE GAS COMPANY Steve Lisk, PE, CEM, Manager of Technology and Energy Services, Piedmont Natural Gas Wednesday, Oct. 31, 8:30–9:45 a.m.

Natural gas from the production well to the user is a clean, efficient, and abundant domestic energy source. With advanced supply production and efficient end-use solutions, natural gas is playing an increasing role in our energy security. This session provides an overview of the natural gas delivery system from the well head to the burner tip,

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including fuel gas piping design fundamentals and service coordination with the gas utility.

EMERGENCY SHOWERS & EYEWASHES Michael Adkins, Regional Sales Manager-West, Guardian Equipment Wednesday, Oct. 31, 10–11:15 a.m.

This “Think Safety!” presentation will be centered on the current version of ANSI/ISEA Z358.1: Emergency Showers and Eyewashes as well as other applicable codes and regulations, including OSHA, IPC, and UPC. Specific project applications such as bio-tech/pharma, education, healthcare, laboratory, mining, semi-conductor, and water treatment will be discussed.

INDUSTRIAL COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEMS Jody Sutter, Member of the ISO 11011: Compressed Air Standard Development Team and DOE Compressed Air Challenge Project Development Committee Wednesday, Oct. 31, 11:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

This session will review the different types of air compressors on the market, including tank options and when you should consider one type of compressor versus another. Attendees will learn about the different types of accessories, filters, and dryers, when to consider specifying these accessories, and common pressure drop issues associated with distribution sizing. The presenter will provide a basic equipment sizing problem and basic pipe sizing criteria.

GREEN BUILDING SYSTEMS

has become more of a marketing tool than an engineering tool. This presentation clears up the confusion surrounding three concepts— green, sustainable, and investment—and will help engineers understand their intentions, use, and interrelations to assist in advising CFOs on the investment potential of a particular sustainable product or system.

WATER HARVESTING: MORE THAN JUST RAINWATER Mike Warren, Product Manager of SkyHarvester Water Conservation Systems, Watertronics Inc. Tuesday, Oct. 30, 3:45–5 p.m. From this session, attendees will learn about the different types of water available on a commercial property, the requirements per use, the different aspects of design that affect operation, and material costs. Commercial-grade component selection and sizing, including an in-depth discussion on gravity-type rainwater filters and their applications, water harvesting control requirements, and water filtration methods, will be reviewed.

GRAYWATER REUSE Mark Meredith, Product Manager, Phoenix Process Equipment Co. Wednesday, Oct. 31, 8:30–9:45 a.m.

The term “graywater reuse” pops up often in our industry, but a certain degree of mystery still surrounds the concept. This session will demystify the topic and put it into the context of real projects to give participants tangible takeaways that can be applied to project work. Specific topics will include sizing and designing a treatment system, ensuring a safe and economical system, life-cycle costs, and how graywater reuse compares to other water recycling methods.

SOLAR WATER HEATING Tom Reiker, Solar Usage Now/SUN Equinox David Hammontree, President/CEO, Ohio Radiant Floors Tuesday, Oct. 30, 8:30–9:45 a.m.

GREENING YOUR FACILITY WATER SYSTEM Meghan Johnson, Director of Business Development, Liquitech Wednesday, Oct. 31, 10–11:15 a.m.

INVESTING IN GREEN: A BUSINESS APPROACH TO SUSTAINABLE DESIGN Dr. Saum Nour, PE, CPD, LEED AP, Owner, ACE Tuesday, Oct. 30, 10–11:15 a.m.

GREEN LITIGATION David J. Lynam, Principal, Lynam & Associates Wednesday, Oct. 31, 11:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

Solar hot water is the most cost-effective of all renewable energies, and understanding how to incorporate this technology is essential to reducing your clients’ facility operating costs and carbon footprints. This presentation will provide a basic overview of solar water heating systems, including the three main types of solar thermal collectors and collector efficiencies based on geographical differences, system design, energy production, life-cycle costs, operational issues, system specifications, and installation.

A new component has been added to a company’s investment decisionmaking process: sustainability. Many products and systems may or may not be considered sustainable, but unfortunately the term “green”

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Being green is possible without sacrificing superior water quality. However, many existing green practices aimed at optimizing energy and water efficiencies can lead to elevated levels of pathogens in water systems. This session will review the potential sources and links to disease as well as green treatment technologies to unlock efficiency while ensuring water safety for green designs in commercial facilities. Attendees will learn approaches to managing the risk of waterborne pathogens and Legionnaires’ disease in water systems while reducing energy, water, and chemical consumption.

As more government bodies add incentives for green building, the stakes for green engineers grow higher. Design professionals are now faced with lawsuits claiming very large damages as a result of the refusal of the sought-after LEED certification. This seminar will provide

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TECHNICAL EDUCATION SEMINARS an overview of emerging green marketing and building regulations and will offer strategies contractors can use to allocate risk and mitigate liability in green construction projects.

FIRE SUPPRESSION & ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES IN CLEAN AGENT AND SPECIAL HAZARD SYSTEMS Todd Stevens, Sales Manager, Eastern Region, Minimax USA LLC Tuesday, Oct. 30, 8:30–9:45 a.m. If you are designing fire protection solutions for data centers, archive storage, IT rooms, or any sensitive area with expensive equipment or irreplaceable artifacts, you will not want to miss this presentation. It will explore advancements in higher pressure Novec 1230 and FM200 systems and cutting-edge technologies that allow for selector valve systems never before done with chemical agents. It also will look at today’s data center designs using new hot and cold aisle equipment layouts that are forcing engineers to think outside the box.

SPRINKLER ACCESSORIES Jack Carbone, Senior Engineer, Victaulic Tuesday, Oct. 30, 10–11:15 a.m.

This session will focus on the basic functions and use of wet, dry, deluge, and preaction valves. Attendees will learn about the required accessories for each type of valve, optional equipment, accelerators, and the various types of air supplies.

HOW TO REVIEW HYDRAULIC CALCULATIONS Derk R. Beutler, CPD, CET, ARCSA AP, Co-Owner, Elm Engineering & Fire Sprinkler Contractor, FireMax Systems Inc. Tuesday, Oct. 30, 3:45–5 p.m.

Attendees will learn the skills needed to quickly and accurately review shop drawing hydraulic calculations to determine if the submitted data meets NFPA 13 or 14 and the design requirements, including whether the water flow test is valid, design hazard selection densities are appropriate, and code allowances are followed. Sprinkler head K factors, added fire pump pressures, hose valve demands, hose allowances, required notations on shop drawings, starting head pressures, elevation losses, and fixed pressure loss devices also will be covered.

VACUUM DRAINAGE Tom Zinn, Director of Engineering, AcornVac Inc. Wednesday, Oct. 31, 8:30–9:45 a.m.

This seminar will provide an introduction to the many design, construction, environmental, health, and safety benefits offered by vacuum plumbing and drainage systems as well as technical information on design and sizing for efficient land-based applications in buildings and campus-style projects. Participants will gain a thorough understanding of the basic principles of operation and the criteria required to successfully design for a range of project types.

TRENDS IN STORAGE FACILITY SPRINKLER SYSTEMS David L. Asplund, PE, Director of Technical Services, The Reliable Automatic Sprinkler Co. Wednesday, Oct. 31, 10–11:15 a.m.

This presentation offers a comprehensive review of the historical and evolutionary trends in protecting storage occupancies with automatic fire sprinklers. The research and science behind FM Global’s new Data Sheet 8-9 will be presented with an emphasis on FM’s desire to “simplify and improve” storage protection schemes. Comparative fire test data on historic protection methods verses the new technology will be presented, as well as a view of what FM Global’s future vision of storage protection may entail.

PRVs: PRESSURE REGULATING, PRESSURE REDUCING. WHICH ARE THEY? Paul Abinger, Director of Sales for the Government, Interior, & Canadian Divisions and the State of Hawaii, Elkhart Brass Wednesday, Oct. 31, 11:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

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Point-of-contact pressure-reducing valves, both factory set and field adjustable, and pressure-restricting valves will be discussed, including how NFPA and UL certifications apply to both as well as operations, applications, use, and pressure-reduction principles. Automated programs (tools) will be presented and offered to all attendees at no charge to assist in hydraulic calculations when using factory-set and field-adjustable pressure-reducing valves.

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES NASCAR: NOT YOUR NORMAL AUTO SHOP Roger Phillips, Director of Safety, Security, and Facilities, Joe Gibbs Racing Inc. Tuesday, Oct. 30, 8:30–9:45 a.m.

When you think of NASCAR, images of multi-colored cars careening on an asphalt track at 190+ miles per hour come to mind—but did you ever wonder where these massive machines are manufactured? On the outside, NASCAR garages look like office buildings that cover entire city blocks. On the inside, the manufacturing of race cars is a big production. This session will discuss a number of different areas in the shop, including cogeneration, fire protection, HVAC, and fuel distribution.

WATERBORNE PATHOGENS: THE CASE FOR PROACTIVE PLUMBING DESIGN Peter Cartwright, PE, President, Cartwright Consulting Co. Tuesday, Oct. 30, 10–11:15 a.m.

A waterborne pathogen is a microorganism capable of producing disease that is transmitted in water to humans. Because bacteria are capable of growing in any environment, they can’t be eliminated, so the goal is to keep them under control to minimize the incidence of infection. This presentation examines the role that plumbing design plays in the proliferation and transmission of waterborne diseases and the appropriate design, treatment, and system maintenance measures utilized to minimize the impact of pathogens on humans.

LEAD FREE Ben Lawrence, Metallurgical Engineer, NIBCO Inc. Aaron Edds, Valve Product Manager, NIBCO Inc. Tuesday, Oct. 30, 3:45–5 p.m.

This seminar will help attendees become an expert on national leadfree legislation that will go into effect in January 2014. The differences among today’s lead-free alloys and how they affect product performance and installation will be covered. Valuable resources including technical bulletins, white papers, and supplemental handouts from industry organizations including the CDA and American Foundry Society will be provided. The presentation also will include a short video on soldering techniques of lead-free copper silicon alloys.

ACTIVE pH NEUTRALIZATION SYSTEM DESIGN/THEORY Mark Girgenti, Lead Sales and Design Engineer, Burt Process Equipment Wednesday, Oct. 31, 8:30–9:45 a.m.

The requirement for pH adjustment and waste treatment is a common demand in many industries, and active waste treatment systems offer the widest versatility in treatment options. This seminar will focus on the theory of pH adjustment, with specific emphasis on batch and continuous flow systems, residence time, treatment chemistry, process design, titration data, and control schemes. Alternate and advanced treatment schemes—including thermal waste treatment, membrane systems, metals precipitation, and organics removal—also will be discussed.

BROWN GREASE: BIOFUEL Lyle Estill, Piedmont Biofuels Wednesday, Oct. 31, 10–11:15 a.m.

Biodiesel is a clean-burning renewable fuel that is derived from fats, oils, and greases (FOG). As a drop-in replacement for diesel fuel, it is commonly blended with petroleum diesel. During this session, attendees will learn how brown grease is collected and used to develop biofuels.

ROOF DRAINAGE DESIGN CONSIDERATION Julius A. Ballanco, PE, CPD, FASPE, President, ASPE Research Foundation Wednesday, Oct. 31, 11:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

The ASPE Research Foundation recently concluded a two-year investigation co-sponsored by IAPMO into the flow through roof drains in storm drainage systems. The research produced surprising results, verifying that the current sizing method actually facilitates failures during microbursts, or 100-year storms. This presentation will review the new recommended sizing method for storm drainage systems—one of the most significant changes to plumbing system design in the last 50 years that every plumbing engineer needs to know.

PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT PERC REPORT ON REDUCED FLOWS IN BUILDING DRAINS Peter DeMarco, Senior Director of Special Programs, IAPMO Tuesday, Oct. 30, 8:30–9:45 a.m. This presentation will detail the results of the Plumbing Efficiency Research Coalition’s drainline transport research on reduced flows in building drains—a multi–factorial designed experiment to measure the impact of the toilet fixture on drainline transport relative to other plumbing system variables, such as pitch and flush volume. Attendees will learn about the results of this research and the recommended next steps to further understand the implications of reduced flows on our sanitary plumbing systems.

SPECIFICATION & DRAWING COORDINATION Dennis J. Hall, FAIA, FCSI, SCIP, Founder/Managing Principal, Hall Architects Inc. & CEO, HALL | Building Information Group Nina M. Giglio, CSI, CCS, Assoc. AIA, SCIP, President, HALL | Building Information Group Tuesday, Oct. 30, 10–11:15 a.m.

The importance of drawings and specifications in the design and construction process will be explored, including appropriate locations for information and how the contract documents should work together. Attendees will learn how to coordinate procurement and contracting requirements with technical specifications and how to develop a project specification from a commercially available master guide. The methods of specifying, organization structures for building information, and enforcement of specifications during construction will also be reviewed.

PLUMBING SPECIFICATION DEVELOPMENT William Petro, President, Allied Technical Services Tuesday, Oct. 30, 3:45–5 p.m.

Clients rely on plumbing engineers to create designs that meet their building requirements, pass government inspection, and stay on budget. When plumbing specifications are written properly, specs are held, and time and money are saved. At this session, attendees will learn how to write clear and concise specifications that leave little ambiguity and provide information on the essential function of the equipment, materials, installation, and product performance, as well as understand how creating a 3D project in Revit can ensure that the system will work together before a pipe is installed.

WORKING OVERSEAS: LONG-DISTANCE PLUMBING DESIGN PROJECTS Dan Murphy, CPD, PE, LEED AP, Senior Vice President and Director of Codes and Standards, Environmental Systems Design Inc. Wednesday, Oct. 31, 8:30–9:45 a.m.

To become a global player, you typically have two options: sign an agreement with a client for a project in another part of the world or set up shop in another country and market your services without any specific project in place. This session provides advice on overcoming the challenges of both options, including obtaining a license, finding staff, moving your family, dealing with emergencies and cultural differences, and making actual, real money.

Register today at aspe.org/expo

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION SEMINARS Tuesday, October 30 Fundamental Plumbing

Green Building Systems

Pipe Joining Technologies

Solar Water Heating

Best Practices in Hot Water Design

Investing in Green: A Business Approach to Sustainable Design

Sprinkler Accessories

Backflow Prevention

Water Harvesting: More Than Just Rainwater

How to Review Hydraulic Calculations

Green Building Systems

Fire Suppression & Advanced Technologies

8:30 a.m.–9:45 a.m.

10 a.m.–11:15 a.m.

Fire Suppression & Advanced Technologies Advanced Technologies in Clean Agent & Special Hazard Systems

11:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. 3:45 p.m.–5 p.m.

Technical sessions* Emerging Technologies

Professional Management

Efficient Healthcare Facilities Design

NASCAR: Not Your Normal Auto Shop

PERC Report on Reduced Flows in Building Drains

Medical Gas Verification, Part 1

Specification & Drawing Coordination

Medical Gas Verification, Part 2

Plumbing Specification Development

Infection Control for Sanitary & Efficient Healthcare Facilities

Emerging Technologies

Professional Management

Efficient Healthcare Facilities Design

Active pH Neutralization System Design/ Theory

Working Overseas: Long-Distance Plumbing Design Projects

Waterborne Pathogens: The Case for Proactive Plumbing Design 2012 ASPE Exposition Lead Free

Tours

Charlotte Pipe & Foundry Tour

Charlotte Pipe & Foundry Tour

5 p.m.- 5:30 p.m.

Wednesday, October 31 Fundamental Plumbing 8:30 a.m.–9:45 a.m.

Coordinating Project Gas Requirements with the Gas Company

Graywater Reuse

Vacuum Drainage

10 a.m.–11:15 a.m.

Emergency Showers & Eyewashes

Greening Your Facility Water System

11:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

Industrial Compressed Air Systems

Green Litigation

Trends in Storage Facility Sprinkler Systems PRVs: Pressure Regulating, Pressure Reducing. Which Are They?

Technical sessions*

Medical Gas

Brown Grease: Biofuel

BIM Roundtable

Roof Drainage Design Considerations

Project Management

Tours

Charlotte Pipe & Foundry Tour

(3-part session)

Charlotte Pipe & Foundry Tour

12:45 p.m.-1:15 p.m. *Times are subject to change. BIM ROUNDTABLE Marvin Titlow, Technologies Manager, Michael Brady Inc. Wednesday, Oct. 31, 10–11:15 a.m.

This panel discussion will cover the current state of plumbing building information modeling (BIM) design, how it’s affecting engineering firms, and steps on how you can become more involved in 3D design in the future. Attendees should come ready with questions for the panel members to discuss.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT Sonja Hughes, Improvement Specialist, NCSU’s Industrial Extension Service Wednesday, Oct. 31, 11:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

Project management is the process of planning, organizing, securing, and managing resources to achieve specific goals. Since most organizations employ projects to change or improve their processes, good project management skills—including the ability to communicate well, plan and organize effectively, and motivate team members—are useful in any industry. Attendees will learn about the responsibilities of a project manager, phases and tools necessary to take a project from start to finish, and essential components for developing successful project teams.

EFFICIENT HEALTHCARE FACILITIES DESIGN MEDICAL GAS VERIFICATION, PART 1 Richard Miller, CMGI, President, Medical Gas Training and Consulting LLC Tuesday, Oct. 30, 8:30–9:45 a.m.

The first session of this two-part discussion will identify the importance of an entire system meeting the minimum criteria detailed in NFPA 99. Attendees will lay out a project from its conception and discuss the roles of all participants, including the medical gas system designer, installer, inspector, and verifier. How to meet the owner’s desires while navigating myriad code requirements will be discussed.

MEDICAL GAS VERIFICATION, PART 2 Richard Miller, CMGI, President, Medical Gas Training and Consulting LLC Tuesday, Oct. 30, 10–11:15 a.m.

Session two will focus on common errors found during the inspection/ verification process, and participants should come ready to add to the discussion with issues they have encountered over the years.

*All session topics, descriptions, and speakers are subject to change.

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INFECTION CONTROL FOR SANITARY & EFFICIENT HEALTHCARE FACILITIES Jeff Gilmore, Director of Business Development, American Standard Brands Tuesday, Oct. 30, 3:45–5 p.m.

This session will describe the reasons why infection control measures need to be improved in healthcare design. It will look at room design and describe why it contributes to the spread of infection, as well as identify ways to reverse the spread of infection. Attendees will learn strategies to improve infection control in healthcare facilities and ways that a healthcare facility can be both environmentally conscious and sanitary.

MEDICAL GAS (3-PART SESSION) Mark Allen, Marketing Director, BeaconMedeas Wednesday, Oct. 31, 8:30–9:45 a.m., 10–11:15 a.m., 11:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

During this hands-on, practical course in designing medical gas and vacuum systems, participants will work through a medical gas design step by step, using a sample facility. While participants work on the design on their own print, the discussion will focus on the workflow, issues, considerations, and twists involved. Some steps discussed will include discovery and preparation for a design project, equipment selection and placement, pipe sizing and routing, issues with valves and alarms, technology selection, and pitfalls to avoid.

Charlotte Convention Center | Charlotte, NC


Patrons

We would like to thank the following companies for supporting the 2012 ASPE Convention & Exposition through the Patron Program. AB&I Foundry ABS USA/Sulzer Pump Solutions (US) Inc. Advanced Modern Technologies Corp. Aero Mfg. Co. Inc. Aqua Mizer Inc. Aqua-Rex LLC Aquatherm Inc. Aquatic ARCOM - MasterSpec Specifications Asahi/America Inc. BJM Pumps Bradley Corp. BrassCraft Mfg. Co. Canplas Champion Pump Co. Inc. Charlotte Pipe and Foundry Co. Chicago Faucets Clarke Fire Protection Products, Inc. Copper Development Assn. Crane Pumps & Systems DecoShield Eemax Inc. Elkhart Brass Mfg. Froet Industries Global Vision Inc. GPM Global Pump Marketing Green Turtle Americas Ltd. Guardian Equipment/Water Saver Faucet Holby Valve Inc. HOLDRITE HYFAB IMC Teddy Food Service Equipment Isimet Judo Water Treatment Kitz Corporation of America Kusel Equipment Co. MAPA Products Master Control Systems Metcraft Industries Inc. Metraflex Company MIFAB Inc. Milwaukee/Hammond Valve Murray Supply Company NIBCO Inc. Oasis International/Sunroc ParkUSA Patterson Pump Co. Patton’s Medical Plumbing & Drainage Institute Potter Electric Signal Co. Precision Plumbing Products Prier Products Inc. Roof Top Blox QuantumFlo Rinnai Corporation Schier Products Co. See Water Inc. SureSeal Manufacturing SyncroFlo T Plug The Cope Company Salt Topp Industries Inc. Town & Country Plastics Inc. Tramco Pump Company Tyco Thermal Controls Ward Manufacturing Inc. Watertronics Weil Pump Co. Inc. Woodford Mfg. Co. Zoeller Pump Co. List current as of 8/3/12

2012 ASPE CONVENTION & EXPOSITION SPECIAL EVENTS

ASPE’S SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE NASCAR HALL OF FAME Presented by

Sunday, October 28, 7–10 p.m. ASPE is reserving the NASCAR Hall of Fame exclusively for 2012 ASPE Convention & Exposition attendees for a night of adrenaline-racing fun. Mingle with your industry peers while you experience more than 50 hands-on exhibits, 40,000 square feet of exhibit space, video interactive touch screens and games, thousands of authentic NASCAR artifacts and more!

EXHIBITOR HOSPITALITY NIGHT

Monday, October 29 On Monday night, numerous 2012 ASPE Convention & Exposition exhibitors will hold special hospitality events across the city. You can find out where and when these events will be held while you explore the exhibitor booths that afternoon during the Exposition.

YOUNG ENGINEERS BREAKFAST

Tuesday, October 30, 7–8:15 a.m. ASPE Young Engineers (AYE) is a special-interest group of plumbing designers who are 35 years old or younger. The goal of this group is to determine their professional needs and how ASPE can assist, attract future Society and industry leaders, and help reshape and redefine the future of ASPE. If you are interested in participating in this exciting new group, join your peers at this special breakfast to help determine the focus of the group and to interact with ASPE leadership. A ticket for the breakfast is required, so please e-mail skidd@aspe.org if you plan to attend.

2012 ASPE CONVENTION & EXPOSITION BANQUET

Tuesday, October 30, Cocktail Hour: 6:30–7:30 p.m.; Banquet: 7:30–11 p.m. Join ASPE and your peers at this formal event during which the newly elected 2012–2014 board of directors will be introduced to the membership. Enjoy a delicious sit-down dinner while ASPE bestows numerous Society awards and announces the newest inductees to the Kenneth G. Wentink College of Fellows.

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GETTING TO THE 2012 ASPE CONVENTION & EXPOSITION REGISTRATION OPTIONS

ASPE offers two ways to experience the 2012 ASPE Convention & Exposition. EXPOSITION-ONLY

Exposition-only registration must be done online at aspe.org/expo. Must be 18 years old. No children are allowed on the show floor.

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FREE entrance to the Exposition Participation in all prize drawings on the Exposition floor The ability to earn CEU credits (additional fee required) Kyle Petty Keynote Address Monday night exhibitor hospitality events

FULL CONVENTION & EXPOSITION

Full registration can be made online at aspe.org/expo or using the following form. Must be 18 years old. No children are allowed on the show floor.

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Attendance to all education sessions, which provide CEU credits

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Kyle Petty Keynote Address

Entrance to the Exposition and the ability to earn CEU credits Participation in all prize drawings on the Exposition floor ASPE’s Sunday Night at the NASCAR Hall of Fame Party presented by Charlotte Pipe

CONVINCE YOUR BOSS – ATTENDEE JUSTIFICATION TOOLKIT

The 2012 ASPE Convention & Exposition does more than further your professional development: by learning about the latest technologies, products, and services, you will help your company benefit as well. Be prepared to convince your boss that sending you to the 2012 ASPE Convention & Exposition is a great investment for the whole company. For resources to help make your case, visit the ASPE Justification Toolkit at aspe.org/expo. The toolkit contains helpful advice and information to help you to better understand the benefits of the 2012 ASPE Convention & Exposition to effectively communicate the value it could have for your company. The toolkit is divided into the following categories.

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General Tips Why Attend Calculate ROI Justification Letter Post Event Report Fact Sheet

As the information provided in the toolkit will show, the ASPE Convention & Exposition is truly a smart investment for your career and your company’s success. We hope that you find these resources helpful. Good luck, and we look forward to seeing you in Charlotte!

Monday night exhibitor hospitality events Tuesday night banquet Access to the hospitality room

SPECIAL HOTEL RATES

ASPE has reserved blocks of rooms at special rates for 2012 ASPE Convention & Exposition attendees at the following Charlotte hotels. Visit aspe.org/expo by September 24 to book your room. All hotels are within four blocks of the Charlotte Convention Center.

Hilton Charlotte City Center – Co-Headquarters Hotel

$159

The Westin Charlotte – Co-Headquarters & Exhibitor Hotel

$182

Marriott Charlotte City Center

$164

Holiday Inn Charlotte City Center

$119

Hilton Garden Inn Charlotte Uptown

$121

Hampton Inn Charlotte Uptown

$121

TRAVEL DISCOUNTS

ASPE has arranged the following travel discounts with American Airlines and Dollar Rent-A-Car exclusively for attendees to the 2012 ASPE Convention & Exposition. AMERICAN AIRLINES

Receive 5% off the regular price of an advance purchase flight to Charlotte. Use discount code 23H2BQ and book online at aa.com/group. DOLLAR RENT-A-CAR

Receive the corporate rate when you book online at dollar.com or call 866-542-2303, ext. 2, using corporate code TB6612.

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2012 ASPE Convention & Exposition | October 27–31, 2012

Charlotte Convention Center | Charlotte, NC


For Exposition-only registration, visit aspe.org/expo

2012 ASPE CONVENTION & EXPOSITION

FullRegistration RegistrationForm Form

CHARLOTTE, NC | OCTOBER 27-31, 2012 For registration discount, you must supply Membership Number ID#

Is this your first Convention and Exposition? YES NO

Badge Nickname: (eg Dave, Bob, Sue, “Doc,” “Smiley,” etc) Name:

First Name

MI

LEED AP P.E.

Last

CPD

CET

PE REG# ____________ and State ___________

Check one: Engineer/Designer Architect Contractor Manufacturer/Rep Wholesaler Code Official Press Educator Other Organization: Title: Billing Address: City:

State/Province:

Country:

Postal Code:

Zip:

Fax:

Daytime Phone Number: E-mail Address:

About Registration

(required in order to receive confirmation letter)

Registration Fees

Please select your registration category. All full registration fees include entrance into the exposition, attendance to all program sessions, Sunday Night Party, Tuesday Night Banquet, Hospitality room, exhibitor sponsored events, ability to earn CEU’s and eligible for all prize drawings on the exposition floor. In addition, guest registrations provide access to the exposition, Sunday Night Party, Tuesday Night Banquet, and Hospitality room. Guests are not eligible to earn CEU credits. Guest registration is limited to full registrants’ spouses, partners and family members only. Fee to Fee after Total No. Sept. 14 Sept. 14 Fee ASPE Members Full Registration $645 $695

Non Members

2-4 from same firm*

$575

$625

5 or more from same firm*

$545

$595

Full Registration w/1 Year ASPE Membership**

$775

$825

2-4 from same firm*

$685

$735

5 or more from same firm*

$645

$695

Non Members

Full Registration

$825

$875

Guest

Full Registration

$125

$150

One Day Reg

Tuesday

$350

$400

Wednesday $240 $295 Each registrant receives one ticket to attend the Tuesday Night Banquet except for “Wednesday Only.” If you would like to purchase additional tickets please include a registration form for each additional ticket that is purchased. Banquet Ticket

* Special Discounts for Multiple Attendees from Same Firm

$90

$90

TOTAL: $

(Included in prices above) Requirements: All registration forms MUST be submitted together and with only one payment provided. ** A completed membership application must be included with your registration. Download application at aspe.org

Special Complimentary Attendance for the Boss!

Check here and attach a second registration form Requirements: Boss does not have to be a member of ASPE; however, if your Boss is an ASPE member, he/she cannot have attended an ASPE Convention since 2006. Registration includes access to all events and education sessions, except the Tuesday night banquet and CEU credits. Tickets for the banquet are available for purchase. See above for the fee.

1. Quick, easy registration at www.aspe.org. 2. This form must be completed and returned with full payment before your registration can be processed. 3. Please complete a separate registration form for each Convention Registrant. 4. Fees are in U.S. funds. 5. Cancellations and requests for refunds must be in writing. A full refund, less a $85 administration fee, will be made if written notice is postmarked by September 14, 2012. Sorry, no refunds on registration fees or tickets issued after September 14, 2012 or ordered with special discount code. 6. Refunds will be made no later than thirty days after the Convention

Charlotte Pipe and Foundry Plant Tour

ASPE is offering an exciting new technical education opportunity- a tour of the Charlotte Pipe and Foundry plant- located just minutes from the Charlotte Convention Center. Interested participants are required to wear closed-toe shoes and pants. Cameras, photography, recording devices, open-toed shoes, and shorts are not allowed. Please check your preference, only if you are certain you will attend; space is limited to 96 attendees. Shuttle services to and from the Charlotte Plant will be provided. Tuesday, October 30, 2012  Tour #1 8:30am-11:15am Note: You will return to the convention center prior to the opening of the Exposition  Tour #2 3:45pm-5:30pm FULL Wednesday, October 31, 2012

 Tour #3 8:30-11:15am  Tour#4 11:30am-1:15pm Payment

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For faster processing, fax Credit Card orders to 847-296-2963 or register online at www.aspe.org. Please make extra copies of this Registration Form, as needed.

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GET IN THE FAST LANE TO SUCCESS AT THE 2012 ASPE CONVENTION & EXPOSITION

Discover money-saving ideas at the FREE Exposition and earn while you learn with the CEU/PDH-accredited Convention. Come away from this event with the knowledge to propel your career and your company.

REGISTER TODAY AT ASPE.ORG/EXPO

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