In this webinar, Ron Smith, an HVAC industry icon and author of "HVAC Spells Wealth", will share his unique insight into the current state of the HVAC industry. He will also take you through his projections for ways every HVAC contractor can ensure their continued growth and prosperity in the future. Read More
On Demand Chemours regulatory, business, & technology experts will help you sift through the numerous regulations impacting the HVACR industry so that you can target what matters most to your business success. Learn about refrigerant technology options & trade-offs that will provide solutions for your needs both today and tomorrow.
On Demand Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) zoning technology provides personalized occupant comfort and impressive energy efficiency. VRF has quickly gained acceptance in the U.S. – becoming a half-billion-dollar segment of the market in just over a decade. One facet of the technology contributing to that growth has been advances in water source VRF technology. In this free, hour-long webinar, speakers Kevin Miskewicz and Charlie Landherr will discuss the recent technological developments that have ushered in a new era of efficiency.
Like most transitions to new technology, there is some skepticism about the use of Micro-Channel coils in residential heating and cooling systems. This webinar debunks some of the myths surrounding these coils and explains how they are a step forward for the HVAC industry.
Energy optimization algorithms that monitor real-time parameters actively reduce the input power required to maintain system performance which directly reduces energy costs. During this webinar, attendees will learn how to reduce energy costs and unplanned downtime with intelligent HVAC variable frequency drives.
During this webinar, our expert speaker will discuss how contractors will be able to recognize the differences between blow through (HTHV) and draw through (MAU) technologies, as well as their respective strengths/weaknesses for different applications.
Understand why system and duct design, duct tightness both inside and outside the envelope, and testing are the future of all successful HVAC companies. Get your head around the simple, practical steps to prove your company is scientifically superior to the competition, and ready for 21st century demands of smarter, more informed customers.