BPI Building Analyst Certification Class

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BPI Building Analyst Certification Class

Time: June 17, 2013 to June 21, 2013
Location: Downtown - Phoenix
City/Town: Phoenix
Website or Map: http://GoThermalStar.com
Phone: 602-730-0266
Event Type: live, certification, course
Organized By: Jerry Lawrence
Latest Activity: May 29, 2013

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This is a five day course with classroom sessions and hands-on
equipment practice sessions in the field. Students will learn
and get hands on practice with; Blower Door, Infrared Camera,
Combustion Analyzer, Gas Detector and related test equipment.
The course covers the basics of residential construction,
insulation, air leakage, ventilation, indoor air quality,
combustion principles, HVAC and safety. Prerequisites: There
are no specific prerequisites for this course although knowledge
of residential construction terminology and basic math skills will
be helpful.
BPI Certification tests included.

GoThermalStar.com

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