“The TEV Story (The Nitty Gritty
on Thermostatic Expansion Valves),” presented by Jon
Grable, will take a closer look at the often
misunderstood TEV and consider how it plays a role in
refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
“Disaster is Coming–Are You Ready?” presented by Michael
J. Thompson, CMS, will discuss what you do before
disaster hits. Attendees will review an incoming “storm”
and prepare a plan to ride it out.
“Ductless System Installation,” presented by James
Bowman, will highlight the important issues specifically
related to the design, installation and startup of
ductless mini-split HVAC systems.
“Humidity Control and Room Design,” presented by Steve
Wellander, CM, RCT, will provide an overview of a
complex area of air conditioning while offering
solutions to humidity control in high density heat
“Understanding Essential Refrigeration Service
Components,” presented by Capitola Lau, will address
Ranco commercial refrigeration service components such
as pressure controls, temperature controls, filters and
“Gas Valve Actuators Made Simple,” presented by Raymond
Joubran, will cover actuator types used with gas valves,
technical terminology, and fuel and pressure
“Economizers–Taking the Fear out of Servicing and
Retrofitting,” presented by Ken Robinson, CM, will
address the most neglected and least understood part of
the HVAC system—economizers.
“Measured HVAC System Performance–If You Don’t Measure,
You’re Just Guessing,” presented by Scott Johnson, will
cover how to quickly measure HVAC system performance and
utilize simple measurements.
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www.rses.org/conference.aspx. Contact the RSES
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categories, as well as one of the largest EPA Section
608 certification programs in the industry. Founded in
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