|Danfoss Technology's "Road Show" convenes HVAC technicians, consulting engineers, and students in four cities nationwide to learn about high-efficiency Danfoss technologies.|
BALTIMORE — Danfoss hosted the latest edition of its Danfoss Technology Theater, which provided small-group training for HVACR contractors, technicians, consulting-specifying engineers, and students on high-efficiency technologies for commercial air conditioning and refrigeration, including thermostatic and electronic expansion valves, pressure and temperature controls, and variable-speed compressors. The one-day sessions featured educational presentations from Danfoss’s technology experts and were held in Long Beach, California; Las Vegas; Boston; and New York. “At Danfoss, we are committed to providing the HVACR industry with the highest level of training to help ensure the workforce of today and tomorrow is well-equipped to design, install, and service high-efficiency systems and the latest technologies,” said John Galyen, president, Danfoss North America. “The Danfoss Technology Theater brings our technical experts to you in small, engaging sessions. We hope that each attendee is able to walk away from the session having learned something new, and that the new knowledge can be applied immediately in his or her daily work.” Danfoss Technology Theater sessions are free of charge and part of Danfoss Learning, an online resource that offers an extensive catalogue of virtual and face-to-face courses. The technology sessions are ideal for HVACR contractors, OEMs, and consulting-specifying engineers.
Publication date: 8/4/2014