Tuesday, March 28, 2017
8:30 A.M. - 10:00 A.M.
CEU Value 0.2
Building Infiltration Affects Load Calculations
Presented by: Frank Spevak of the Energy Conservatory
Location: Legacy South 3
New building codes include provisions for the testing and sealing of the building envelope. In this session,
attendees will learn about building infiltration, what equipment is needed to properly determine infiltration
rates, what the results mean and how to incorporate this important material into your classroom.
What New Regulations Mean For Refrigerant Choices
Presented by: Dr. Brett Van Horn of Arkema Inc.
Environmental regulations on ozone depleting refrigerants or refrigerants with high global warming potential
(GWP), (I.E. EPA SNAP de-listings), is bringing change to the HVAC&R industry. This session will help
explain these regulations and how they may impact the refrigerants that contractors and technicians will work
with in the field.
See the Heat!
Presented by: Joshua Bondele of Flir Systems
Location: Forum East 4
As you inspect a structure, how do you know what problems are lurking behind walls and under floors? A
thermal imaging camera shows HVAC breakdowns immediately and safely, so you can get in and fix them
fast. Find out how "seeing the heat" can improve the quality of system installations and speed up the
Duct Design Basics
Presented by: Donald Prather of ACCA
Location: Forum West 1 & 2
This session will present information on the design of low pressure duct systems. The course training material
is available to instructors for free on the ACCA website. It covers the Friction chart, the duct slide rule, and
how to properly complete the Speedsheet for Manual D, Residential Duct Systems.