The following seminars that will take place at RSES Headquarters in Rolling Meadows, Ill. include:
“Combustion Analysis and Fuel Efficiency” will be presented by Brynn C. Cooksey, CMS, RCT, on Saturday, March 22. Cooksey will focus on the understanding of combustion diagnostics and adjustments to improve efficiency, performance and reliability, as well as troubleshooting and diagnosis of fuel constituents.
“Troubleshooting AC Systems – It’s All about the Temperature” will be presented by Richard Blank, CMS, on Saturday, March 29. Blank will discuss refrigerant cycle review, superheat and subcooling and more.
“Schematics and Electrical Troubleshooting” will be presented by Richard Blank, CMS, on Saturday, April 26. Blank will discuss switches, electrical modifiers, component representations, switching action and more.
“Troubleshooting HVACR System Using Electrical Wiring Diagrams” will be presented by Brynn C. Cooksey, CMS, RCT on Saturday, May 10. The seminar is based on the RSES manual Electricity for HVACR Technicians. Cooksey will discuss electrical theory and safety, parts identification, troubleshooting methods and more.
The following seminars that will take place at the Community College of Allegheny in Oakdale, Pa. include:
“Manual D” will be presented by Arthur T. Miller, CMS, RCT, on Saturday, March 15. Miller will use ACCA’s Manual D – Residential Duct Systems to present the principles of designing residential duct systems.
“Troubleshooting Air Conditioning Systems – A Systematic Approach” will be presented by Joe Marchese, CMS, on Saturday, April 12. Marchese will provide a practical overview of troubleshooting residential air conditioning systems and the often difficult task of identifying the root cause of a system problem.
“Manual J8” will be presented by Arthur T. Miller, CMS, RCT, on Saturday, May 17. Miller will use ACCA’s Manual J – Residential Load Calculation to present heat gain/loss concepts and calculation.
“Troubleshooting HVACR Controls and Control Systems” will be presented by Joe Marchese, CMS, on Saturday, June 21. Marchese will discuss how to troubleshoot controls and control systems used on HVACR equipment and more.
Member, student and group discounts are available for each seminar. To view complete seminar details, please visit www.rses.org/seminars.aspx. For additional information, contact Jean Birch at 800-297-5660 x4046 or email@example.com.
RSES is the world’s leading education, training and certification association for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration professionals. RSES credentials include its Active Specialized Member, Certificate Member and Certificate Member Specialist categories, as well as one of the largest EPA Section 608 certification programs in the industry. Founded in 1933, RSES is a non-profit organization of more than 11,000 members in nearly 150 chapters in the U.S. and Canada, as well as affiliate organizations worldwide. For more information on RSES call 800-297-5660 or 847-297-6464, or visit our website at www.rses.org. RSES, 1911 Rohlwing Road, Suite A, Rolling Meadows, IL 60008-1397.
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