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USA capacitors and their make up

Chapter #: 10427
Chapter Name: Tri-County
Reported By: Warren Wehe
Officer Title: Secretary
Defined Title: Treasurer
City: New Braunfels
State/Province: TX
Number In Attendance: 12
Meeting Date: 3/18/2015
Meeting Type: Education
Educational Program Subject: USA capacitors and their make up
Speaker Name: Jessica Taipalus
Company: Global Sales
Minutes: The General Membership meeting of the Tri County Chapter of Refrigeration, Servicemen, Engineers Society was called to order on March 18, 2015, at 7:00 pm at river Hofbrau in New Braunfels, Texas, by President Danny Henslee.  Danny asked his Vice President, Mel Krauss to call Officer's Roll.  All were present with the exception of sergeant at Arms, Randy Newsom, and Director, Nathan Voigt.      Educational Chairman, Keith Williams introduced Jessica Taipalus, of Global Sales as the educational speaker for the evening.  jessica spoke on Amrad capacitors.  she reported on the huge sucess of the american made capacitor dued to its make-up, Liguid Gold 22, the oil that was inside the capacitor.  She spoke on the longevity of the capacitor, and its five year warranty.  jessica addressed the chapter on the availability of the Ditek surge protector now being provided by Global Sales, the Ditek DTK-120/240CM.  Danny called for a 5 minute break at 7:20 pm.      Danny called the meeting back to order at 7:24 pm. Secretary/Treasurer, Warren Wehe read the minutes of the February 18, 2015 general membership meeting.  Director Doug Loomis motioned the minutes be accepted as read, Ronnie Fuller seconded, Minutes were approved as read.       Mel reported that the Picnic committee had not met as yet, but had scheduled plans to meet in the next couple of weeks.  Mel reported on the Southwest Regional, and sai it was a large sucess.  Doug motioned that the Tri County Chapter actively pursued the next available date for the Southwest Regional, Mel seconded, Motion carried.  Mel stated the 2016 Southwest Regional would be held in Fort worth, Texas. Mel handed out flyers for the EPA Certification.  Danny adjourned the meeting at 8:07 pm.
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