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Upcoming Entech Seminars
We know that running an HVACR business is hard work. That's why we're here to help you boost profitability and sales, while increasing the knowledge base of your employees. Entech Seminars cover a broad range of key topics, and our menu is always changing. For more information, or to enroll, click on a seminar below.
Most seminars are held at our facility at 10 Alcap Ridge Cromwell, CT, however, they may also be held in our Waterbury or Stamford locations.
If you have questions about any of our programs, please call Kate Lennon at 860-893-0605, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out the form and we'll contact you.
AC Seasonal Start Up Seminar
Ensure your technicians are performing all the proper steps during a seasonal start-up. Let’s help your customers in maximizing reliability, safety and energy conservation. Reduce equipment malfunctions to ensure your customers have a trouble free
cooling season. A thorough review for evaluating the performance of a cooling system through fundamentals and a series of procedures to ensure safety and peak operating efficiency. Entry Level. Limited to 10 Attendees.
AC Systems Trouble Shooting Seminar
Give your entry level technicians the advantage of confidence & skill to troubleshoot and maintain residential & light commercial AC systems. They need analytical procedures and the ability to identify the problem, determine a course of action and eliminate the issue to help your customers maximize safety,
efficiency and reliability.
Essential Gas Field-Training Skills for Technicians
We’ve developed a seminar to teach your technicians how to perform basic gas service. To take what they already know about oil equipment and apply that knowledge to gas equipment.
During this two day seminar we will cover lots of info relating to both natural and LP gas. Some of the topics are electrical troubleshooting, gas combustion, venting, wiring and controls. They will evaluate sequence of operation, gas pipe sizing, ignition systems and safety.
Let’s review it in the classroom and work on it in the lab!
Each attendee will receive a voltage meter and a gas pressure meter. Lunch is included!