SPECIAL CONTRACTOR CELLULOSE TRAINING EVENT LOCATED AT GREEN JOBS TRAINING CENTER

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SPECIAL CONTRACTOR  CELLULOSE TRAINING EVENT LOCATED AT GREEN JOBS TRAINING CENTER

Time: June 27, 2012 from 8:30am to 4pm
Location: Green Jobs Training Center
Street: 102-10 159 Rd 2nd Fl
City/Town: Howard Beach NY 11414
Website or Map: http://greenjobtrainingcenter…
Phone: 718-659-1205
Event Type: training, event
Organized By: Green Jobs Training Center
Latest Activity: Jun 25, 2012

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This is one full day training course, led by Bill Hulstrunk from National Fiber, and is designed to give contractors the proper technique to dense pack and open blow cellulose and in accordance with BPI (Building Performance Institute) and building codes. The course is also eligible for 4 BPI Continuing Ed Credits (CEU’s) for certified attendees.  The course is designed for contractors new to the field or experienced contractors who have not been formally trained in the proper way to install cellulose insulation.  Contractors attending the course will leave with knowledge of machine selection and use, dense pack hose configuration and optimization, how to test a blower machine, how to dense pack walls using the tube insertion method, and be able to pass the test box evaluation.  Learn from the experts at National Fiber about how to improve production and quality of your cellulose installations.

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