Nashville Training

 

REA is pleased to announce that our Samsung DVM S Variable Refrigerant Flow Heat Recovery System is installed and fully functional in our training room. Starting January 2018, REA will offer monthly installation training sessions as well as tailored training sessions for contractors, engineers, and owners who are interested in designing or installing a Samsung VRF system.

Register for these classes:

DVM03 – INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING
May 16th – 17th, 2018 8AM – 4PM

Maximum 12 students

(NO Fee for this course.  Lunch is included.)

DVM03 Installation and Commissioning is a required pre-requisite for DVM04

DVM04 – ADVANCED SERVICE AND TROUBLESHOOTING

May 30th- 31st, 2018 8AM – 4PM

Maximum 8 students

($ 450.00 Class Fee which INCLUDES a Service Tool.  Lunch is included)

**Notes: Maximum 8 students for DVM04 class & Maximum 12 students for DVM03 class. Once you are registered, you will be notified that your spot is confirmed. If a class is already full, we will do our best to make accommodations. You may be required to attend class at a later date. Lunch will be provided.

Classes will be held at the REA, Inc Nashville Office:
2603 Grandview Ave, Nashville, TN 37211

Questions?

Please contact Sean Gilbert at sean.gilbert@reahvac.com or call 615-832-6912

Register for SAMSUNG DVM Training







  • You may choose to register for (1) one or both training sessions.


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