Teaching air conditioning basics to the students

Since I started lecturing more about the basics of air conditioning, this would be our fourteenth talk.

I have worked with the industry for some time now and like interacting with cooling products.

The cooling technology and its constant evolution is a drive of mine in this industry. I am an entrepreneur, and have built our air conditioning supplier chain to become the giant it is! I started a program in the supplier where air conditioning experts help the community by hosting talks where they answer every question concerning cooling unit the property owners might have. This program had stressed myself and others to provide a talk on the current ACs in the market at an a/c rep training institution in the outskirts of town. I prepared for the speech as best as I could. When the day finally came, the lecture hall was full to overflowing. I was constantly uneasy and queasy before a speech. They call it stage fright. HOWEVER, when I started talking about AC, the argument disappeared as it constantly does. I listed and explained the newcomers in the AC market and then opened the floor for questions. During these talks, there are always questions I have come to expect, including air conditioning replacement and heat pumps. The biggest question was related to how frequently we should do the air conditioning tune-up. It completely depends on the style of system, but generally, maintenance should occur once a year and air conditioning repairs as soon as any issue appears. The students, some of whom would eventually become cooling specialists themselves, also had a back and forth on how frequently to replace HEPA air conditioning filters. It was one of the most lively crowds I have ever talked with.



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