Designing GSHP systems will keep you competitive in a market forced to deal with rising energy costs and resource depletion by offering customers a low-maintenance, economical and green alternative for their space conditioning needs. Federal and state tax incentives for GSHPs are providing additional demand and popularity for the systems, creating even more opportunities for home owners and commercial buildings.
Attendees will learn about the design process, energy loads and requirements, how to calculate loads, how to select mechanical systems, ground heat exchanger design; economics of the design; and calculate a sample problem.
We are pleased to announce that NJ ACCA, through their partnership with Heat Exchanger Experts Inc., will offer Heat Exchanger Training on September 25, 2018 at the PR Sanders facility located in Turnersville, NJ.
To register for this class, please access the Heat Exchanger Experts Inc. website (http://www.heatexchangerexperts.com/) and fill out the registration form.
Pricing for class begins at $695 for the first 25 registrants. Registration fees is $825 after June 30. This pricing is for members only. Non members will be charged $925 for the class. There are only 35 seats available.
Registration will be capped at 35, with no other classes being offered.
Rich Schuster, author of “No Ducks in the Attic, and other Basics of HVAC Installation” and other industry books, announces the formation of No Ducks Seminars. Based on the namesake book, the author will conduct live seminars in cities throughout the East Coast focusing on commonly overlooked topics for HVAC installers and service technicians.
As owners of service companies struggle to attract and maintain qualified field technicians, Schuster intends to supply the information required to fill in the gaps commonly ignored by trainers. “Everyone teaches refrigeration theory and how to diagnose an electrical short, but you don’t see trainers teaching things like basic equipment and duct sizing, the causes of common call backs, or why companies need to charge as much as they do.” By covering topics like these and more, the author claims to help create more confident, efficient, and profitable employees.
No Ducks Seminars begins in Newburgh, NY on September 6-7, Danbury, CT on October 4-5, and Paramus, NJ on November 29-30, with additional dates and locations to be added regularly. For more information, visit www.noducksseminars.com.
Learn to design a residential geothermal system, starting with the benefits and types of ground source heat pumps. Attendees will learn about the design process, energy loads and requirements, and how to calculate loads.
This course is designed for GSHP installers, contractors, dealers, home builders, manufacturers, distributors, architects, heating cooling mechanical engineers, trenching/water well drilling contractors, and anyone who desires a working knowledge of this innovative technology.
The SMACNA convention blends exceptional educational sessions with world-class entertainment and valuable networking events. SMACNA offers a wide range of educational sessions that will keep members up-to-date on the latest trends, new market opportunities and the latest technical innovations.
Featured sessions this year include: Michael McLin, author of the New Horizons Foundation latest white paper, “Productivity Tracking in the HVAC Industry for Design, Manufacturing and Installation,” will share best practices for tracking productivity and increasing efficiency, with Boaz Rauchwerger, an internationally-known motivational sales speaker, trainer, consultant and author who will reveal how to create a championship attitude every day, and with Bob Langdon, author of “Managing Your Business for Profit,” who will present five important steps to maximizing a return on your investment and insure your family’s security.
Learning to inspect Ground Source Heat Pump (GSHP) systems for residential and commercial properties will keep you competitive in a market forced to deal with rising energy costs and resource depletion. Inspector accreditation enables you to anticipate important critical elements of installation and offers customers more assurance of a low-maintenance, economical, and environmentally friendly alternative for their air comfort needs. Attendees will learn how to inspect ground source heat pump systems for residential and commercial properties, applying IGSHPA standards, ASHRAE and NGWA guidelines, and local and state GSHP codes.