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Mechanical Codes
Date: Tuesday, December 08, 2020
Time: 13:00 PM EST / 12:00 PM CDT
Location: Location of the webinar
Duration: 45 minutes
On-demand webinar recording

In this webinar, co-hosted by Honeywell, Intertek and DC Engineering, you will learn about mechanical codes for refrigeration systems. Earn CEUs from ESCO for attending our webinar series!

  • A review of recent developments in ASHRAE and safety codes
  • Code processes from a national to local perspective
  • Examples of system types and code requirements (flammability, concentration limits, exemptions, etc)


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Doug Starasinic
Technical Marketing – Honeywell Refrigerants
Doug has over 30 years of experience in commercial refrigeration.  His experience includes refrigeration design, construction, maintenance, energy management, and technical marketing. Doug is Senior Application Engineer for Honeywell Refrigerants.
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Tom Wolgamot
DC Engineering

Tom is a Registered Professional Engineer in multiple states. He has been in the Commercial Refrigeration Industry for thirty years, including time both as a End User, and as a Consultant. Tom is active in ASHRAE, serving on two of the Refrigeration Technical Committees. Tom is the Retail Market Segment Manager and Principal of DC Engineering, with locations in several states.
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Craig Grider
Assistant Chief Engineer

Craig Grider is the Assistant Chief Engineer for Intertek covering HVAC, Refrigeration, Gas Appliances and Natural and Hydrogen Gas Vehicle Infrastructure. He studied Electrical Engineering at Texas Tech University, Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas Arlington and has an Interdisciplinary Degree in Engineering and Mathematics.
He has been working in the HVAC and Refrigeration industry for 20 years and 10 of those years have been with Intertek testing and certifying products for the Global Market. Craig is on numerous Technical Committees, including ASHRAE, ANSI, CSA, UL, and IEC, where he assists in developing standards and codes within the HVACR and Gas industries,.
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