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heat pump training

Hello to all,

I'm looking for heat pump training in the new york new jersey area.  If anyone has any suggestions its much appreciated.  Nothing too basic, as i've been in the field for ten years.

Thanks, Michael.


  • SpenceSpence Member Posts: 316

    Do you have specific topics in mind?
  • charliechicagocharliechicago Member Posts: 66

    Wiring,sequence of operation, charging in cold weather. Something geared for troubleshooting. But if it's a good course the more I can learn the better.

    Thanks for responding,

  • TechmanTechman Member Posts: 2,143
    edited August 2014
    HP Training

    What brand of equipment? RSES has correspondence courses, there is a book simply titled "Heat Pumps" by EUGENE SILBERSTEIN ! Our Professor!                 I haveit/readit/recommendit!!Carrier had a 1week class up in Syracuse,N.Y. Good class! Fedders & Rheem/Ruud also had good 2day classes. N.A.T.E. also has courses that I will take sometime soon! Also, there are books on HP by Richard Jazwin and R.Dodge Woodson , both are a good read. Help is near!                      

    I think that the socalled "advanced training" is not much more that a whole lota "basic training" in a short period of time, a lot!
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