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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

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Programmatic Accreditation

Thomas M. Tebbe, M.Ed., CMHE

Location:

Classroom 5

Programmatic accreditation of HVACR Programs is nothing new, however present-day interest and

participation by schools is soaring. This session provides all the information needed to complete the process

from start to finish. Points covered include; the benefits of accreditation, the fees, the application process, a

review of the nine educational and industry standards, the teams school visit, and the background of visiting

team members. There will be time to answer questions at various segments of the presentation. Additionally,

a Power Point will be used to illustrate exactly what transpires during a team visit. This is a session for

serious candidates.

Pumped Refrigerant EconoPhase Economizer for Data Centers

Steve Wagner, Emerson Network Power/Liebert

Location:

Classroom 6

The new technologies of Pumped Refrigerant Economizer with digital scroll compressor and electronic

expansion valves may be new to you. However, at the end of this session, you will understand how the

Pumped Refrigerant Economizer along with digital scroll compressors are used to reduce the power

consumption within a Data Center. While everyone understands how standard compressors are used to move

refrigerant throughout a system. Now you will know about the efficient way of using a fluid pump and bypass

the compressor to achieve the same conditions at a much lower operating cost.

2:45 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.

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

Frank Spevak, The Energy Conservatory

Location:

Classroom 1

This session will cover the basics of duct leakage testing and why it is being required in more and more state

building codes. 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.