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November 10-12, 2020
Learn Manual J, D and S
Now is the perfect time to expand your knowledge by signing up for ACCA's Residential HVAC Design course. Taking this classes can earn you a 5-year certificate. This unique class offers you an excellent opportunity to expand your professional knowledge and gain the tools necessary to design for quality HVAC installations.
The 3-day class is built on a comprehensive training platform that covers 5 distinct topics showcasing the ACCA “step-by-step” residential HVAC system design process to ensure a quality installation.
- Manual J Session: One will learn the important concepts used in assembling an accurate residential load calculation. Heating and Cooling Load Examples will be presented in conjunction with the Manual J Do’s & Don’ts to ensure accuracy throughout the entire load calculation evaluation. Real-world procedures will be shown on how to conduct a detailed site-survey to ensure capturing important construction details when building the load calculation report.
- Manual S Session: One will learn how to properly size equipment for a dwelling using a detailed heating & cooling load calculation and actual OEM performance data from different manufacturers (Air Conditioning/ Heat Pumps/ Gas Furnaces).
- Manual D Session: One will learn the important steps on designing a ducted distribution system (selecting appropriate ducts & fittings) to deliver the required airflow (CFM) to all spaces being conditioned.
- ACCA Standard 5 & Real-World Installation Tips Session: Step-by-step review on the ACCA Standard 5 (HVAC Quality Installation Specification) by which all quality HVAC installations should be designed and installed to. Practical real-world suggestions to minimize call-backs on common installation problems to include zoning and commissioning.
- Real-Life System Design Session: In-class example using the Wrightsoft Residential Software Package, performing an actual load calculation on a real house, to include designing a fully functioning duct system.
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Who Should Attend: This class is ideal for contractors, technicians, sales staff, technical college instructors, design personnel, and anyone interested in learning proper quality installation.
Materials Included: Registration for an ACCA in-person RDQI class always includes the following required materials: Manual J 8th Edition, ACCA Duct Slide Rule, Manual D, and ACCA/ANSI Standard 5. Plus, you will also receive: Manual S, Manual T, and demo Wrightsoft discs.
Bonus: Get CEUs! Successful completion of the in-person certificate program will provide you with NATE, BPI, RSES and/or 24 Ohio State HVAC CEUs.