NATE Gives Course Approval
"Our training program focuses on all of the practical retrofit choices that are currently available for the residential-light commercial comfort cooling markets," noted Gordon McKinney, vice president and COO of ICOR. The phaseout of R-22 in new OEM equipment and 65 percent reduction cap in R-22 production/consumption is now less than three and a half years away.
According to the manufacturer, this program will help technicians get ahead of the phaseout curve and prepare them for a future without R-22. For more information, contact ICOR at 800-497-6805 or email@example.com.
Publication date: 10/30/2006