The event takes place Tuesday, Sept. 11, at the company’s Medina location. It will include hands-on workshops covering geo introduction, directional boring, vertical drilling, horizontal loop and pond loop applications, load-sizing, and geo equipment expertise.
The company expects to draw more than 200 professional attendees from Ohio, western Pennsylvania, Indiana, West Virginia, and Michigan.
Registration and breakfast will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m., and then group station break-outs take place from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Six hands-on workstations for attendees will be provided in 50-minute intervals.
“We make sure that attendees are given hands-on experience with many different facets of geothermal technology and application, focusing on the latest technology and all varieties and types of geoexchange — the process of harvesting Btus from the ground, or a body of water,” said Dave Chenowith, Wolff Bros. Supply HVAC sales manager.
Attendees will also learn about ClimateMaster’s loop design software, GeoDesigner. According to the company, the program is a sophisticated yet intuitive tool for sizing units and exchange fields. The software also helps to demonstrate operating cost savings for potential customers.
This educational event is certified by the state of Ohio for seven continuing education credits. Cost is $150 per person. The fee includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner with beverages. To register or for more information, contact Mary Roche at Wolff Bros. Supply at 330-764-3361.
Publication date: 8/6/2012