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2015 HVAC Excellence Educators and Trainers Conference

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

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Educator Credentialing Exams

Bruce Nelson, CMHE, Accreditation Specialist, HVAC Excellence

Legacy North 1

To help attendees identify if they have the retained knowledge to effectively teach a subject,

educator credentialing exams will be offered free of charge. Areas of certification available

include: air conditioning, light commercial refrigeration, gas heat, heat pumps, electrical, light

commercial air conditioning, electric heat, oil heat and the capstone which covers educational


It's the Law! "Ventilation & Makeup Air" You Need to Know it!

Tim Begoske, Director of Training North America, Field Controls.

Forum West 1 & 2

The 2012 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) requires ventilation and makeup air

for residential applications. In order for you to teach it, you need to understand how to size,

select, install, program and manage these systems for health and efficiency. Most problems are

simply due to a lack of understanding. Exhaust, supply, balanced ventilation systems, and how

makeup air is handled independently will be discussed during this session.

10:15 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.

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Get Caught Up with ECM Technology

Christopher Mohalley, Training Manager, Regal Beloit

Legacy North 1

Keeping up with change can be difficult. Keeping up with changes in ECM (Electronically

Commutated Motor) technology doesn't have to be! This session will cover new ECM products,

generation improvements and what's on the horizon. Attendees will receive handouts that

include: product information, service guides and training materials for use in your own training


Measuring Airflow

Bill Spohn, President and CEO, TruTech Tools

Legacy North 2

Understanding airflow is a key element of HVACR system performance which can reduce the

energy cost of heating and cooling systems as well as extending their life. The science behind

good airflow measurements, the importance of considering air density corrections, picking the

correct tool for the measurement task or application and airflow techniques will be explored and


Chiller Basic Troubleshooting

Phil Rodin, Director of Education, ARPEC

Forum West 1 & 2

This session will help those not familiar with chillers learn what is necessary to add basics into

your program. We will begin with the basic sequence for troubleshooting air and water chillers,

then move to help attendees learn what to check and what order to use as not to waste time.

The topics that will be covered in this session include: alarm signals, refrigerant operating

temperatures and pressures, water flow, oil temperature and pressure, electrical

operating measurements, pump cavitation, transducers and sensors - types of panels.

Sunday, March 15, 2015