Date: December 12, 2024
Time: 3:00 PM EST / 2:00 PM CST / 12:00 PM PST / 8:00 PM GMT
Sponsor: Chemours Company
Duration: 1 Hour
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In this exciting webinar, Chemours will cover the key topics impacting the HVAC industry in the coming year under the AIM Act and Carrier will discuss their path forward into this changing environment.
You’ll learn more about:
- A2L refrigerant characteristics and the benefits of Opteon™ XL41 (R-454B)
- Tips on how to safely work with A2L refrigerants
- Carrier’s approach to the coming technology changes and implementation of lower GWP refrigerants
Don is a Senior Training Consultant for Chemours Educational Services Group. He holds a Journeyman's license for HVACR and has over 31 years of experience in the industry, 24 of those years in a service truck. Before coming to Chemours Don was the Senior Technical Trainer for Copeland, where he helped train thousands of contractors all over North America. You cannot find anyone more passionate about training in the HVACR trades than Don. He sits on several committees, including SkillsUSA Nationals, PHCC HVACR Nationals, and has been a guest speaker at countless national events..
Matt Vargo has been developing and supporting Carrier’s innovative product line for the last 12 years. Starting with 8 years in the Residential Engineering Development team, he has a deep technical understanding of HVAC products. He uses that information to guide decisions when developing and launching new products. Further supporting his technical background, he spent 4 years learning and advocating customer needs while leading the Voice of Customer team in the Residential Quality Department. Now he uses his versatile background to bring all of his customers' needs to the forefront of project planning in his role as the Strategic Product Manager for the Carrier Residential Product Marketing department. He holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University focusing on thermal systems.