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FREE March 2017 Meeting - Transport Refrigeration: Past, Present, and Future (2 PDH)

  • March 08, 2017
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • 246 W Willow St, Syracuse, NY 13202

Registration

  • All-access members prepay one low price and have free admission to all meetings for one year. Sign up now in your account at ashraecny.org.
  • The first visit for any YEA Member (those under 35) is FREE! Contact our YEA Chair for more information.
  • This event is free for all participants thanks to a generous donation from Carrier/UTC. Please RSVP here.
  • Currently enrolled full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to attend all chapter meetings for free.

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NOTE: THIS MEETING IS FREE FOR ALL ATTENDEES THANKS TO A SPONSORSHIP FROM CARRIER/UTC.

Date: March 8, 2017

Time: 

5:30 PM - 6:15 PM: Technical Session: "Check Valves - Selection and Installation" (1 PDH)

6:15 PM - 7:00 PM: Dinner and Networking

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM: Main Presentation: "Transport Refrigeration: Past, Present, and Future" (1 PDH)

Presenter: 

Technical Session: Gary Schommer of Milwaukee Valve

Main Presentation: Ciara Poolman of Carrier UTC

Location: Dinosaur BBQ Syracuse, NY 

(Attendees can park free at the parking lot on the west side of North Franklin St, tell the attendant you are attending the ASHRAE meeting on the 2nd Floor of the Dinosaur BBQ.)

Program: 

Technical Session: Check Valves - Selection and Installation

Main Session: Transport Refrigeration: Past, Present, and Future

Main Course Description: An evolutionary review of Transportation Refrigeration Technology covering ice and mechanical refrigeration of railroad and steamship in the 1800’s to low GWP refrigerants and energy reduction units of today.

PDH Credits: 2 (1 for technical session, 1 for main course)

Cost: 

- FREE FOR ALL ATTENDEES, PLEASE RSVP to ENSURE ENOUGH FOOD IS PURCHASED.

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