Association of Air Conditioning Professionals

Residential Furnace Heat Exchanger Inspection Seminar

  • Monday, September 24, 2018
  • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • DoubleTree Hotel - 15101 Sweitzer Ln, Laurel, MD 20707
  • 31

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Residential Furnace Heat Exchanger Inspection Seminar


About the Seminar


Presented by Russel and Christopher Prach of Heat Exchanger Experts; considered foremost experts when it comes to troubleshooting cracked heat exchangers.

This hands-on training will teach you techniques and procedures on how to inspect residential furnace heat exchangers thoroughly, yet efficiently, so that you can be satisfied you are doing the best job you can for your customers. The dependable, practical techniques to be shown were developed over a 40-year span of furnace inspections and installations.

Over 50 actual field-tested heat exchangers are brought right to the class room for your personal inspection. See the stress points, fracture zones, and design considerations which you MUST know in order to properly inspect a furnace.

 

Who Should Attend

Every furnace installer and inspector can benefit from this seminar. The information presented represents over 50 years of combined expertise in the heating industry. Learn the secrets of the trade now so you can apply them throughout your career.

  • Company Owners
  • Service Managers
  • Heating Technicians

 

Registration

Registration is limited to 35 attendees. Reserve your spot today!


This class will start promptly at 8:00 am.  Attendees must arrive by 7:30 a.m. to check-in.


Included Materials:
  • A copy of the fully updated training manual
  • A booklet covering classroom materials
  • And a certificate of completion wallet card to each paid attendee

Attendees to Provide:

  • A good attitude, pen, and a flashlight


NATE Certified Attendees:

  • Must bring their NATE certification card to class (or know your number) to be credited the hours.  Attendees will sign a NATE continuing education form during class.


No Distraction Policy


Please be aware that there is a no distraction policy for this seminar.

  • No Distraction Policy. If a student is rude, being a distraction, or falls asleep during the class, they will immediately be dismissed and no refunds will be given for that student. We cannot waste valuable time on distractions. 


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