Supply House Times

Lochinvar Offers Free Sizing And Application Class

January 28, 2011
Lochinvar's state-of-the-art training center. (Photo courtesy of Lochinvar.)


Lochinvar is announcing the 2011 course schedule for Lochinvar University, with courses designed to arm participants with the knowledge they need to size, select, install and service Lochinvar’s extensive line of high-efficiency water heaters and boilers.

All Lochinvar University courses take place at the company’s state-of-the-art training facility near Nashville. For each participant, Lochinvar provides accommodations for a two-night stay in Nashville based on double occupancy, as well as all meals beginning the morning of the first school day.

Beginning in March and continuing through October, Lochinvar University offers various product-specific Service Schools, covering a wide range of Lochinvar’s commercial water heater and boiler models. These courses teach service technicians to install, operate and service Lochinvar’s commercial products. Tuition for each Service School class is $200.

In addition, Lochinvar offers a free, two-day Sizing and Application School for industry professionals involved in the selection, sizing and/or sale of water heaters. Attendees learn the features and benefits of the full Lochinvar commercial water heater product line, how to select the product best-suited for each specific application and how to correctly size the water heater to provide adequate volumes of hot water at a desired temperature.

This training also emphasizes the various electronic and manual sizing activities to familiarize participants with Lochinvar’s sizing software and traditional formula-based methodologies. The 2011 Sizing and Application School is scheduled for Sept. 21-22. There is no tuition charge for this course.

To register and check availability for Lochinvar University courses, visit www.Lochinvar.com and select Training at the top of the home page. Upon registration, a confirmation letter will be sent pending approval from your Lochinvar regional manager.