Topics: Airflow and air distribution; schematic analysis (basic to advanced); troubleshooting gas furnaces, heat pumps, air conditioners, commercial refrigeration systems, supermarket refrigeration systems, oil furnaces; ACCA Manual MJ8; ACCA Manual D; NATE training; Pressure-Enthalpy Diagram (Ph); and practical psychrometrics.
Frank Morro, CM, RCT
Topics: OSHA Safety; CFC certification; basic refrigeration; basic heating and controls; basic cooling and controls; basic electricity; high pressure steam; advanced refrigeration; indoor air quality; and building automation systems and working in a critical systems environment.
Scott Redmond, RCT
Topics: Compressor burnouts; Danfoss TU stainless steel TX valves; TR6 universal TXV valves; KPU pressure and temperature controls; scroll compressors and basic refrigeration cycle.
Nick Reggi, CMS, RCT
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Ken Robinson, CMS, RCT
Topics: California Title 24; economizers; starting your own contracting business; duct systems; and airside diagnostics/determining equipment/system delivered btu's for residential and commercial systems.
Thomas J. Schaefer, CMS, RCT
Topics: Natural gas piping; residential and commercial applications (2 Hours); meter usage for the electrically challenged (2-3 Hours); proper furnace and air conditioner installation (4 Hours); and schematic reading and electrical meter usage for beginners (7 Hours).
Steve M. Wellander, CM, RCT
Topics: Air conditioning; medium-temperature refrigeration; low-temperature refrigeration; electrical; heat pumps; refrigeration piping design; computer-room troubleshooting; humidity control (humidifier operations/service); and associated refrigeration controls including low-ambient controls, TXV's, pressure controls, hot gas bypass and hot gas reheat.
Richard Wirtz, CMS, RCT
Topics: Controls; electrical theory; air conditioning; combustion principles and venting; refrigeration; soldering and brazing; heat pumps; air flow; fuel oil furnaces; psychrometrics; load calculation, Manual J 7th edition only; duct design; light commercial equipment; heating systems; carbon monoxide; humidification; principles of refrigeration; customer relations; NATE prep; and CM prep.
In loving memory of Steve Wright, Sr., CMS, RCT, one of the first RCTs at RSES.
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