Hill Phoenix

April 22-24, 2014
Courtyard Marriott Chicago O’Hare
847.824.7000

Instead of traveling to Atlanta, GA or Richmond, VA - the Hillphoenix Learning Center is coming to you!

In an effort to provide you and your team training that helps you get answers that produce bottom line results, we are presenting this opportunity. The Learning Center will be in your region offering the most popular courses which means there will be some valuable information for everyone on your team.
Listed below is the entire course list and agenda for the week.

Low-Temperature Secondary CO2 Installation, Startup, Maintenance and Troubleshooting

Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Course # RSD-605-OR
8:00 am - 12:30 pm
Price / Participant: $299

Second Nature low-temperature CO2 secondary systems offer significant sustainability benefits when compared to conventional refrigeration technologies. Learn more about this system and the processes and steps required to properly install, setup, troubleshoot and maintain low-temperature secondary refrigeration systems. CO2 properties and handling procedures are discussed along with reading and interpreting specifications and the materials needed for installations. Piping guidelines and other CO2 installation concerns are described as well as steps for charging the systems and control strategy.

CO2 DX Systems Installation, Startup, Maintenance and Troubleshooting

Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Course # RSD-501
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Price / Participant: $299

This course covers CO2 DX systems and explains the installation, setup, troubleshooting and maintenance of CO2 DX systems. An overview of the technology will reveal the benefits of this system which provide some of the lowest refrigerant charge obtainable for supermarket refrigeration systems and how they improve customers’ sustainability efforts.

 

Medium-Temperature Secondary Glycol Installation, Startup, Maintenance and Troubleshooting

Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Course # RSD-601-OR
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Price / Participant: $299

Second Nature low-temperature CO2 secondary systems offer significant sustainability benefits when compared to conventional refrigeration technologies. Learn more about this system and the processes and steps required to properly install, setup, troubleshoot and maintain low-temperature secondary refrigeration systems. CO2 properties and handling procedures are discussed along with reading and interpreting specifications and the materials needed for installations. Piping guidelines and other CO2 installation concerns are described as well as steps for charging the systems and control strategy.

CO2 Booster Systems

Thursday, April 24, 2014
Course # RSD-615-OR
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Price / Participant: $299

This course covers CO2 DX systems and explains the installation, setup, troubleshooting and maintenance of CO2 DX systems. An overview of the technology will reveal the benefits of this system which provide some of the lowest refrigerant charge obtainable for supermarket refrigeration systems and how they improve customers’ sustainability efforts.

 

To register for a class complete the registration area below or download the form in Word format by clicking here. After downloading, please fill it out and fax to Debbie Jones at 770-285-3080 or email to Debbie.jones@hillphoenix.com. Space is limited so register today!

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Choose Your Program(s)

If you select 3 or more programs, or if you have 3 or more participants for a single program, you will receive an automatic 15% discount. Enter the number of participants for each course in the far right column.

# Course Date Course Title Cost
1 Tuesday, April 22 - AM Low-Temperature Secondary CO2 Installation, Startup, Maintenance and Troubleshooting $299
2 Tuesday, April 22 - AM CO2 DX Systems Installation, Startup, Maintenance and Troubleshooting $299
3 Wednesday, April 23 Medium-Temperature Secondary Glycol Installation, Startup, Maintenance and Troubleshooting $299
4 Tuesday, April 22 - AM CO2 Booster System Installation, Startup, Maintenance and Troubleshooting $299
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Low-Temperature Secondary CO2 Installation, Startup, Maintenance and Troubleshooting
CO2 DX Systems Installation, Startup, Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Medium-Temperature Secondary Glycol Installation, Startup, Maintenance and Troubleshooting
CO2 Booster System Installation, Startup, Maintenance and Troubleshooting
 
 

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