Ductless Mini-split Training - Webinar

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Ductless Mini-split Training - Webinar

Time: September 25, 2012 from 8:30pm to 10:30pm
Location: Webinar or General Pacific, Inc.
Street: 22414 NE Townsend Way
City/Town: Fairview, OR 97024
Website or Map: http://www.generalpacific.com…
Phone: 503.907.2900
Event Type: ducltess, mini-split, training
Organized By: Roch Naleway
Latest Activity: Sep 6, 2012

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General Pacific Hosts Friedrich Ductless Mini-Split Training Webinar

Tuesday, September 25, 2012 – 8:30 am – 10:30 am

Co-op owned General Pacific, Inc. is hosting an HVAC installer and Home Performance Contractor training webinar with an introduction to Friedrich ductless mini-split systems.  Friedrich mini-splits combine sophisticated controls, greater energy efficiency, and unmatched durability in one sleek performer. 

Acquire knowledge and skills needed to sell, install, and troubleshoot Friedrich ductless mini-split systems straight from the manufacturer.  Through this webinar, you will be introduced to the concepts and theories of Friedrich mini-split system operations, including an in-depth functional study of the unique technologies employed.

There are 2 options for joining the webinar:

Attend the webinar from the comfort and convenience of your office: dial-in information will be provided to confirmed attendees via email.

OR

Attend the webinar with General Pacific sales staff at General Pacific’s offices at 22414 NE Townsend Way. – Map. Light refreshments will be provided

To register for the webinar, please contact Erika Fitzgerald at 503-907-2889 or at efitzgerald@generalpacific.com.

General Pacific carries the full line of Friedrich Ductless Mini-Split Heating/Cooling systems including single, dual, tri and quad models.

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