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Load Calculations

Chapter #: 10210
Chapter Name: Refrigeration Association of San Antonio
Reported By: Ronnie Lindig
Officer Title: Secretary
Defined Title:
City: San Antonio
State/Province: TX
Number In Attendance: 92
Meeting Date: 8/21/2014
Meeting Type: Business
Educational Program Subject: Load Calculations
Speaker Name: Chris Van Rite
Company: Beethoven Maennerchor Hall
Minutes: The meeting began with Director Gary Edmund CMS who presided and called the meeting to order. There were 92 members and guests at the meeting, including Robert Nino of TDLR. A motion was made by Elena Castillo and seconded by Chris Van Rite to accept the meeting minutes. A motion was made and seconded to select Mike Heye CM as the delegate for the SWRA Pre-Conference held September 13, 2014. A motion was also made and seconded to help Mike Heye CM with $150.00 to offset his travel expenses to the conference. Robert Nino spoke to the 92 people at the meeting and asked that they get registered as soon as possible. Our speaker for the evening was Chris Van Rite of M&M Manufacturing. His topic was Load Calculations.
 
 
 
 
 
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