training

TRC Sales Inc. has a training facility at our office in Garden Grove, CA, which can hold up to 16 people. Our training room is designed for our customer – distributor and contractors to get hands on experience with each of our product lines. Here they can see all that each line offers and how each lines products work.

Click below to see 2016 training schedule in Garden Grove, CA and helpful instructions for hosting a FAST class (taught by our experts) as well as "How to" guides for contractors and distributors:

​​​​​​​ ​FIT HFIT Garden Grove Application​

​How To Sign up for a FAST Class

​FAST Class Flyer

What Distributor needs to do before a FAST class

​​How to take Fujitsu Online Training (i.e., HFI Tech Training)

How to sign up for an Elite Contractor

Fujitsu

FIT [Fujitsu Inverter Technology] : This class focuses on traditional Halcyon Inverter systems as well as our new Halcyon HFI Multi systems (not FLEX 4 ton system). Students will receive training on proper installation techniques, DC variable speed technology, with hands on troubleshooting lab sessions to troubleshooting system problems and fault codes, testing circuit boards for indoor and outdoor units using multi-meters on operational up-to-date equipment. (Prerequisite 8hr. FAST) 

HFIT [Hybrid Fujitsu Inverter Technology] : HFIT is a course providing technical training on the 4 ton Halcyon HFI FLEX 2-8 zone system. This system has some new and unique features expanding our existing inverter technology to cover a wide range of applications never before possible with a single mini-split system. The course covers application, sizing, pipe layout, equipment location and installation of indoor and outdoor units. Additionally, attendees will get to work with operating equipment in hands on lab sessions while learning how to start, commission and troubleshoot the system using the new digital display readout board which can identify and help location faults in each units or the entire system (perquisite FIT).

Rectorseal

A/C Line Set Cleaning: This program provides a comprehensive approach to understanding how air conditioning refrigeration lines become contaminated and what should be done to remove that contamination.

Condensate Removal for Mini Splits: A comprehensive overview of condensation control technology for ductless mini split equipment.

Installation Best Practices for DMS Equipment: This course will highlight and emphasis important issues specifically related to Ductless Mini Split installations from design through start up. Brand generic but using OEM installation instructions as back up. Includes a discussion on how to choose and install the right accessories for the job being done.

Compressor Starting Problems: A study of the electrical and mechanical dynamics that occur during the first second of a compressor motor startup and why hard start devices are needed in some cases.


Soler & Palau (S&P)

Overview on Residential/Light Commercial fans - Centrifugal (PV fans), Mixed Flow (TD fans), Bathroom fans (PC). And how do these fans meet ASHRAE 62.2. ASHRAE 62.2 applies to all residential spaces that are “intended for human occupancy” in single family homes and multi-family structures up to three stories. These spaces include living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, hallways, closets, store rooms, laundry rooms, garages, and basements.

System Sensor

Duct Smoke Detection Codes, Standards & Testing: One hour CEU-accredited class and learn about duct smoke detection HVAC codes, standards, and testing requirements. We will also discuss photoelectric versus ionization smoke detection technology. This course is ideal for individuals involved in the purchase, sale, installation or specification of duct smoke detectors in HVAC systems.

Duct Smoke Detection: Back to Basics: One-hour CEU-accredited class to learn about the basics of duct smoke detection. Topics include basic code and testing requirements, the different types of duct smoke detectors and how they operate, installation and placement, and what should be considered before purchasing duct smoke detectors. It will also answer frequently asked questions about duct smoke detectors and duct smoke detector wiring. This course is suited for individuals involved in the purchase, sale, installation or specification of duct smoke detectors in HVAC systems.

On-Site Training, Hands-On Experience

Doug Salade is TRC Sale's Fujitsu instructor for the FIT/HFIT classes.  Doug has masters degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Educational Technology.  Doug is a professor at Cypress College's HVAC program.