There is always new information to dive into in any industry. New concepts come to light, technology evolves, new products are developed, and it can be hard to keep up. Taco Comfort Solutions and their webinar training series makes it so much easier! Every Tuesday at 12PM EDT, one of Taco's trainers focuses on a residential-focused or commercial-focused topic to keep you up-to-date in the world of HVAC. Plus, as an additional bonus, for each one you register and attend live, you will receive 1 PDH credit!
In-person PDH credits are hard to come by these days. That's why our manufacturing partner, Schwank is offering convenient, on-demand webinars you can attend when your schedule allows. These webinars will be available all through July and will allow you to earn PDH credits at your convenience. Complete the registration forms ahead of watching each on-demand webinar and complete the post-webinar survey to receive your PDH certificates from our friends at Schwank.
Infrared heating is the go-to choice for many applications, including industrial, commercial, aerospace, military, outdoor and patio, and stadiums and sports venues. One key advantage to infrared heat is the ability to provide comfort without the additional energy requirements of heating all the air. This becomes especially important in spaces that have a high air change rate per hour, like loading docks, maintenance facilities, and even stadiums.
But how important is ventilation for these systems? This webinar will help you understand ventilation requirements for infrared heaters while offering you the opportunity to earn one PDH credit.
Spring is just around the corner. Restaurants everywhere will be opening up patios so that customers can indulge in outdoor dining to enjoy the weather. Unfortunately, outdoor dining isn't always as pleasant as it might seem when diners have to battle unseasonably chilly weather and bugs. Fortunately for restaurant owners and design engineers, you can create a space that allows for the most enjoyable outdoor dining conditions.
Air curtains can save building owners a lot in both energy and infrastructure costs in retail, industrial and commercial refrigeration applications. But designing air curtains for maximum savings can be a challenge if you don't do it every day.