Large Building & Multi-Family Air Leakage Training

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Large Building & Multi-Family Air Leakage Training

Time: April 16, 2013 all day
Location: Jersey City, NJ Courtyard Jersey City Newport
City/Town: Jersey City, NJ
Phone: 1-855-738-7683
Event Type: large, building, &, multi-family, air, leakage, training
Organized By: Colin Genge
Latest Activity: Feb 1, 2013

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Large Building & Multi-Family Air Leakage Training

 

Testing Larger Multi-Family and high rise buildings has become more commonplace both for compliance to standards and improving the value of energy, air quality and enclosure integrity.

 

FREE download of a 60 day demo on our website at: http://retrotec.com/residential/Products/Software

 

Contact us at training@retrotec.com or 1-855-738-7683 for details.

 

Training Schedule:

 

Date                           City                         Venue

April 16, 2013             Jersey City, NJ         Courtyard Jersey City Newport

June 7, 2013               San Diego, CA         Hotel Indigo

June 14, 2013              Chicago, IL              Springhill Suites Chicago O’Hare

November 15, 2013     Houston, TX            Springhill Suites Houston Intercontinental Airport

 

 

Who should attend:

 

Code Officials, Designers, Retrofitters, Air Barrier Specialists

 

Learn how:

 

  • Witnessing of duct, house and large building leakage tests
  • Run 24 test fans simultaneously in FanTestic Pro software
  • Broadcast data stream from all gauges anywhere
  • Control gauges from anywhere in the world
  • How tests using over 50 blower doors were conducted in Europe.
  • Hardware set up options for different building configurations
  • IR inspections using test fans to super charge your camera
  • Testing multi-family buildings compartment by compartment

 

FREE download of a 60 day demo on our website at: http://retrotec.com/residential/Products/Software

 

Cost $495 with 100% credit towards on-line certification.

Code Officials, contact us in order to attend.

Attend the prior day to learn about an exciting new application, Fire Enclosure Integrity. $255

Attendance for 1 day Plus on-line certification is $1450.

The last batch sold out, so please register early.

 

To register:

Jersey City large: https://www.regonline.ca/newjerseylargebuildingtrainingseminar
San Diego large: https://www.regonline.ca/sandiegolargebuildingtrainingseminar

Chicago large: https://www.regonline.ca/chicagolargebuildingtrainingseminar

Houston large: https://www.regonline.ca/houstonlargebuildingtrainingseminar

 

Contact us at training@retrotec.com or 1-855-738-7683 for details.

 

Colin Genge, Retrotec’s Large Building Testing Specialist

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