Schools and Events


Schools and Events
All events are open to CBHCC members.

2019

APRIL
3
 
VRF School
This course equips service technicians with the knowledge, tools and ability to install and commission a Toshiba-Carrier VRF system. A factory certified instructor will lead the class and cover installation best practices, commissioning sequence, and test operation. A portion of the class will be hands-on utilizing our Toshiba-Carrier heat recovery VRF system. COURSE WORK INCLUDES: Piping layout, including local Chicago code issues Communication wiring Startup of the system, including step by step procedures on an operating system Controls, including local, central, and BACnet types Service tips, including most common faults, reading fault codes, and system override prior to repair RECOMMENDED FOR: Pipefitters and installers Service technicians Service managers COST Members: First two free, then $25 per person Non-Members: $75 per person No more than 6 people from each company can be accepted. No registrations can be taken by telephone or at the door. Registrations will be accepted on a "first come-first served" basis. Checks should be made payable to CBHCC. CBHCC will not accept faxed registrations from non-members. The registration deadline is March 20, 2019 You will receive a notification of your acceptance into the seminar. Cancellations made less than 48 hours before this class are subject to a $25 no-show fee. Register Now!
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MAY
8
 
Chiller School
This school specifically covers Scroll and Screw Compressors. Topics include: Screw and scroll chillers installation, operation, maintenance and troubleshooting. The school will also include a hands-on session with the Carrier Aqua Snap chiller. Attendees need to bring work boots, safety glasses and a long sleeve work shirt.
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