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The Boiler Efficiency Institute Presents Three, Two-Day Workshops in South Carolina For Industrial, Commercial and Institutional Facilities

For a full brochure of information and a registration form, click here.
 
Each course is worth 1.6 CEUs and 15 PDHs.
 
Instructors
Tom Burch, Ph.D., P.E.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Auburn University
David Dyer, Ph.D., P.E.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Auburn University
Glenn Maples, Ph.D., P.E.
Professor of Chemical Engineering, Auburn University
 
The instructors have a combined total of more than 100 years of experience with facilities in operation, design, testing and trouble-shooting. They have written twelve practical books detailing this experience, as well as numerous technical papers and reports. They have presented at over 500 workshops concerned with reducing facility operating costs. During this period they have gained extensive, hands-on experience in evaluating money–saving opportunities at hundreds of facilities. The instructors are known for their teaching style, which combines a sound technical presentation in an enjoyable and easy-to-understand approach. The program will appeal strongly to all persons involved with facilities regardless of their educational and experience background.
 
 
April 5 & 6 • Greenville HVAC Course
Embassy Suites Greenville Golf Resort & Conference Center
670 Verdae Boulevard • Greenville, SC 29607 • 864.676.9090
 
April 25 & 26 • Columbia Electrical Course
Comfort Inn
911 Bush River Road • Columbia, SC 29210 • 803-798-5101
NOTE: This course is currently FULL, but you can be put
on a waiting list by emailing melanie@boilerinstitute.com
 
May 24 & 25 • Columbia Boiler Course
Comfort Inn
911 Bush River Road • Columbia, SC 29210 • 803-798-5101
NOTE: This course is currently FULL, but you can be put
on a waiting list by emailing melanie@boilerinstitute.com
 
Program Objectives
The objectives are to develop the participant’s ability to recognize cost-saving measures in a steam plant and in HVAC equipment/operation, and then to implement the necessary changes to realize these savings. The measures to be explored include low up-front cost, operating and maintenance procedures, fast payback heat recovery, cogeneration projects and equipment modification projects. Additional objectives include showing participants the latest measurement instrumentation/techniques for measuring and improving HVAC efficiency, safety equipment/testing, cleaning, storage, etc., and updating participants on the status of existing and new refrigerants, including handling, recovery and the purchase/retrofit of new equipment.
 
Program Support
The Office of Regulatory Staff-Energy Office has contracted with the Boiler Efficiency Institute to provide training in efficiency at three, two-day workshops. The course fee is usually $795, but due to the support of the ORS Energy Office, these programs are offered at a drastically reduced rate of $25 to residents and employees in South Carolina. Each class is limited to 30 attendees, so please register early to ensure your space!
 
Four Ways To Register:
1.  Mail Registration Form to BEI, 1705 Pumphrey Av., Auburn, AL 36832
     * Checks Payable to BOILER EFFICIENCY INSTITUTE
2. By Phone: (334) 821-3095.
3. By FAX: (334) 887-3757.
4. By e-mail: Send completed registration form to melanie@boilerinstitute.com
 
Whichever method you select, you will receive a confirmation of registration by email or FAX. Please call, email or FAX your registration if the course will take place in two weeks or less.
 
RESOURCE MATERIALS: Registration fee is $25 and includes registration, textbook, program materials, and beverage breaks. Lodging and meals are not included. A Certificate of Participation is presented to each registrant stating they earned 1.6 CEU’s and 15 PDH’s. Proceedings are not published.
 
REGISTRATION FEE: Registration fee is $25 and includes registration, textbook, program materials, and beverage breaks. Lodging and meals are not included. A Certificate of Participation is presented to each registrant stating they earned 1.6 CEU’s and 15 PDH’s. Proceedings are not published.
 
HOTEL RESERVATIONS/SEMINAR LOCATION: Seminar participants are responsible for making their own hotel reservations. Make your hotel reservations early to assure availability of space.
 
SEMINAR HOURS: Plan to arrive at 7:45 a.m. on the first day of the seminar for signin. Seminar hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
 
CANCELLATION, SUBSTITUTION AND TRANSFER POLICY: If you are unable to attend the course for which you have registered, you can substitute another person in your place or transfer your registration to another course without penalty. No refunds for no shows or cancellations made less than 7 days before the course begins.
 
SOURCE: The Boiler Efficiency Institute