APG Facility Offers Training for Mitsubishi HVAC Products

Advanced Products Group (APG) recently completed, state-of-the-art training facility. The facility will offer training in Mitsubishi ductless systems, including the new Hyperion H2i. 58 training sessions will be offered at APG in 2014.

Advanced Products Group (APG), a division of Aireco Supply, Inc., specifically devoted to providing high performance, sustainable commercial building solutions for HVAC professionals, has opened the doors to a new, state-of-the-art training facility, with an expanded offering of cooling and heating solutions from Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating (Mitsubishi Electric).
 
The training facility, which spans nearly 2,000 sq.ft. is adjacent to the APG headquarters in Laurel, MD. At the training center, APG factory-certified support professionals effectively recreate technical problems occurring in the field and provide contractors with timely, accurate and convenient solutions.

The new APG facility will train HVAC technicians on the latest Mitsubishi Electric systems.

APG was the first distributor to offer Mitsubishi Electric CITY MULTI VRF zoning systems in the Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia region. APG recently expanded its Mitsubishi Electric product offering to include the Hyper-Heating (H2i) R2-Series VRF zoning system, which provides simultaneous cooling and heating, even in subzero temperatures. Training offered at the new APG facility is designed specifically to provide the in-depth knowledge and skills required to install and service Mitsubishi Electric systems.

LISTING OF APG TRAINING EVENTS

The monthly, manufacturer-certified training programs are led by local Aireco service staff, who instruct attendees on how to design, apply, install and troubleshoot Mitsubishi Electric systems. In addition to extensive discussions of the technology, participants receive unparalleled hands-on experience through dynamic displays and fully functional systems installed for analysis.

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