2017 NYC Operation & Maintenance Seminar – April 7, 2017

Broad will be hosting a service training seminar focusing on modern absorption chillers.  There  will  be  class  room  training  on  how  to  properly service, operate and maintain absorption chillers as well as onsite visit at 55 Wall Street.

Seminar Outline: 

In this course attendees will learn:

  • Overview US Absorption Market & Chiller Case Studies
  • Basic Principles & Product Overview for Broad Absorption Chiller
  • Control & Operation
    • Control Component Identification
    • Sequence of Operation, BAS Interface, Remote Monitoring, Touchscreen Operation, Control Strategies & System Safeties
  • Troubleshooting & Diagnosing Faults
    • Chiller Stop Fault
    • Low Cooling Capacity
    • Vacuum Leak Detection & Repair
    • Water Flow & Pump Interlock
  • Maintenance
    • Regular Inspection
    • Vacuum Management
    • Lithium Bromide Solution Management
    • Water Treatment & Tube Cleaning
  • 55 Wall Street Facility Room Site Visit

Seminar Location
Four Points by Sheraton
6 Platt Street
New York, NY 10038
Map & Direction

Seminar Date & Time
April 7, 2017
*Continental Breakfast & Lunch will be provided*

Broad USA will provide “Certificate of Accomplishment”

Seminar Fee

  • 2 Free admissions for Annual Service Contract Users (50% off for additional attendees {Early Bird Special Before March 17,2017 is $125 & $165 After March 17, 2017}  )
  • *Early Bird Special*Before March 17, 2017 ($250)
  • After March 17, 2017 ($310)
  • Registration Deadline: March 31, 2017

If you have any questions, please contact Angi Zhu via email angi@broadusa.com or (201) 678-3010.

* Cancellation made before March.31.2017 is subject to an enrollment fee of 10%. Cancellation after March 31. 2017 is non-refundable

We apologize for the inconvenience, the registration is currently closed as we have reached our max capacity for the seminar. If you are interested in attending a service seminar, we will be hosting another one in New Jersey in June. We will have a confirmed date and location by the end of April.