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10:15 A.M. - 11:45 A.M.

CEU Value 0.2

Simplifying Practical HVACR Energy Efficiency

Presented by: Anthony Ortega, CMHE, of Capstone College

Location: Legacy South 3

Increasing regulations and standards in Energy Efficiency (EE) such as those established by ASHRAE and

DOE, along with end user's concerns to reduce energy cost will further drive improvements in efficiency-

related technologies. This session will assist instructors by giving them information needed to improve

student competence in all areas related to HVACR energy efficiency.

Connecting Graduates with Leading Employers

Presented by: Kip Bagley of EMCOR

Location: Forum East 4

This session will introduce attendees to Mechanical Service Contractors of America “MSCA”, an organization

that represents Johnson Controls, Carrier Commercial, EMCOR, McKinstry, Trane Commercial and other top

employers. Hear directly from them as to what they are looking for in entry level technicians and how you can

place your graduates with their member companies.

Mini-Split Systems - The Basics

Presented by: Tom Grunstra of Fujitsu

Location: Forum West 1 & 2

Quality branded, high efficiency mini-spilt systems can be simple to install, provide excellent comfort with long

-term energy savings, but only if they are properly applied to the loads and installed correctly! This session

covers the fundamentals of a quality mini-split installation by following the manufacturer's installation

instructions, basic principles of refrigeration and good electrical wiring practices.

High Efficiency Solutions for Tomorrow's HVACR Applications

Presented by: Bryan Armstrong of Carel USA LLC

Location: Symposium

This session will discuss how Electronic Expansion Valves (EEV) and Brushless Direct Current (BLDC)

variable speed motors work together to meet partial load conditions, which allow for precise temperature

controls and improved Integrated Energy Efficiency Ratio (IEER).

Monday, March 27, 2017