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January 2017 Meeting - Adiabatic Heat Rejection - 1 PDH

  • January 11, 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.
  • Please select this option to RSVP for the meeting, but pay the $30 admission via cash, check or credit card at the meeting.
  • General Registration for all attendees - prepay online.
  • ASHRAE Life Members (https://www.ashrae.org/society-groups/life-members-club) receive a $5 discount on all meeting fees. Sign up here!
  • Currently enrolled full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to attend all chapter meetings for free.

Registration is closed


Date: January 11, 2017

Time: 5:30 PM ET - 8:00 PM ET

Presenter: Gunter

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: Adiabatic Heat Rejection (1 PDH)

The adiabatic heat rejection process is an alternative to cooling towers and cooling tower registration.

Mike Silverstein from Guntner presents this technology which will be utilized at the new Embassy Suites hotel at Destiny Mall.

PDH Credit: 1 PDH

Cost: 

- $30 - General Registration

- $25 - Life Members

- FREE - Full-time Students (graduate/undergraduate), First-time YEA (attendees under 35), All-Access Members 


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