MCA Alberta offers education and training programs through a variety of learning opportunities designed to meet unique mechanical and service contractor needs. This is accomplished through member meetings, short seminars and full day courses. These feature guest presenters on broad industry topics, product specific technical training, HR and other soft skills training, business skills and succession planning.
Programs are designed specifically for owners and senior management, service managers and technicians, HR leaders, frontline field and office staff to keep the entire team current and to help grow your career.
“I have taken both Project Management and Construction law courses through the MCA and these courses are a must for anyone starting in a management role. Since then, I have enrolled my staff to complete as well.”
Cody Christman ,VP Strathcona Mechanical
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PRODUCT TECHNICAL TRAINING: Air-Cooled Chiller Alternatives
May 19, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm MDTFree – $25.00
Join MCA to learn about new products and latest’s technologies to stay current in our industry.
Training: Air-Cooled Chiller Alternatives
As Canada goes down the path to Net-Zero Buildings, we don’t need to look too far into the future to see the benefit of utilizing better combinations of technologies in our building designs.
Air-to-Water Heat Pumps are an innovative technology that will be instrumental in contributing to meeting Canada’s climate change targets as we seek low-carbon alternatives to traditional hydronic heating systems. Even in harsh climates like Alberta, Reversible Heat Pump Chillers can be implemented to provide flexibility and resilience against rising energy costs today, and into a low-carbon future.
Join Chris DesRoches, Applied Product Manager with Mitsubishi Electric Sales Canada Inc. to learn about the technology and how it can be used in various applications as alternatives to traditional air-cooled chillers, gas boilers, or electric fired boiler.
What will you learn?
- Air-to-Water Heat Pump Technology Overview
- Future Proofing your Building Design with a Dual-Fuel Hydronic System
- Air-to-Water Heat Pumps as alternatives to traditional air-cooled Chillers, Natural Gas or Electric Boilers.
- 2-pipe, 4-pipe, and Heat-Recovery Solutions
- Cold Climate Design and Low-Ambient Applications in Dual-Fuel Systems
- Q&A Period