"There is a lot to learn about pneumatic controls and this workshop hits all the important topics," said Mark McGann, NECC Vice President and General Manager
Havertown, PA (PRWEB) July 09, 2015
National Energy Control Corporation (NECC), a leading wholesale distributor of commercial/industrial HVAC parts and supplies, announces the schedule, location and topics for it Fall 2015 training session. NECC will offer its two-day, hands-on, Pneumatic Control Fundamentals Workshop on October 6-7, 2015. It will be held at the Holiday Inn in College Park, Maryland.
This pneumatic controls workshop will cover all of the procedures for set-up, calibration and trouble-shooting pneumatic control systems. Topics include:
> Air Station Maintenance
> Valves and Dampers
> Thermostats and Transmitters
> Switching, Diverting and Selector Relays
> Receiver-Controller Set-Up and Calibration
The workshop uses hands-on exercises help attendees learn and understand calibration and trouble-shooting pneumatic controls.
The workshop instructor will be Mark McGann, Vice President and General Manager of NECC, and past national president of the National Association of Power Engineers. McGann has conducted dozens of similar training sessions; his broad knowledge and vast experience with pneumatic controls along with his easy presentation style make the workshop informative and interesting. McGann comments, "There is a lot to learn about pneumatic controls and this workshop hits all the important topics. The hands-on learning experience is the key to the success of the learning experience."
For more information or to register for the workshop, visit https://necc-controls.com/training.html, or call Patti at NECC via (800) 227-9800.
About National Energy Control Corporation
National Energy Control Corporation (NECC) is an authorized wholesale distributor of over 200,000 parts and controls for commercial/industrial HVAC systems. NECC has an extensive parts inventory and technical support expertise to help customers find the right replacement parts for existing HVAC systems, especially pneumatic controls for commercial and industrial HVAC systems (https://necc-controls.com/pneumatic-controls.html). Visit https://necc-controls.com or call 800-227-9800 for more information.