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NAIMA Sponsors Online Training

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA) is sponsoring a series of online training programs on fiberglass duct board. The five-show series will run on www.HVACChannel.tv from May through July 2003 as part of HVACChannel’s Installation Series.

A new show will be released every Monday and be available via subscription through HVACChannel.tv. The programs are “Fiberglass Duct Board Fabrication Basics,” “Fiberglass Duct Board Closures,” “Fiberglass Duct Board Fittings,” and “Fiberglass Duct Board Hanging and Reinforcement.”

According to NAIMA, all materials for the course are based on the organization’s Fiberous Glass Duct Construction Standards (AH116).

Publication date: 05/12/2003

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