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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

9:45 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.

CEU Value 0.2

Duct Leakage Testing: Why, What is it, and How do I integrate it into my HVAC program

Frank Spevak, The Energy Conservatory


Classroom 1

This session will cover the basics of Duct Leakage Testing, why duct leakage testing is being required in

more and more state building codes. Then the different types of tests will be shown and what to look for in

the results. Lastly, we will show how to incorporate this type of testing into your overall HVAC program with

some simple fixtures you can construct in your own shops.

Using Infrared Thermography for Troubleshooting HVAC

Russell Bushee, The Infrared Training Center/Flir


Classroom 2

This session will cover the theory behind Infrared energy and how an infrared camera operates and how to

save time troubleshooting HVAC units. This sessions will explain how to interpret images, how infrared can

help in troubleshooting and maintaining HVAC units.

330 Service and Maintenance of Cooling Towers

Phil Rodin, United Association


Classroom 3

The objective of this course is to provide the instructor with the information necessary to teach students the

principles of Cooling Tower Service and Maintenance. Course topics will include: Safety, Tower Configuration,

Water Quality, Inspection Procedures, Repair Procedures, and Tower Retrofit Guidelines. The objective of a

mechanical refrigeration system is to remove heat from a space or product and to reflect that heat to the

environment in some acceptable manner. Cooling towers are frequently used to reflect heat from mechanical

refrigeration and air-conditioning systems in many commercial buildings, hospitals, and universities. Cooling

towers, because of their mode of operation, can create ideal conditions for microbial growth.

A Review and Update of Proper System Evacuation Procedures!

Dave Boyd, Appion Inc.


Classroom 4

Join us to review and demonstrate some of the issues to ensure clean, dry and tight refrigeration and air

conditioning systems. We will be covering techniques to dramatically speed up the evacuation process. Learn

how to prepare technicians to perform evacuation service procedures as fast as possible in the field to reduce

call backs from coil leakage, clogged expansion devices, and compressor failures increasing profits and

customer satisfaction.