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November Chapter Meeting

Wednesday, December 11th

Location: U of I Water Center Building Downtown

(CLASSROOM 156) 

322 E. Front St Boise, ID 83702

 

Topic: VRF Design Principles

 

Speaker: Justin Scremin

Mr. Scremin holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical engineering from Boise State University and has 19 years in the HVAC Industry, with experience ranging from Custom Air Handlers to Cooling Towers and Ductless. Justin has been immersed in the VRF sector since 2009, and has worked for 3 of the industry leading manufacturers throughout different geographical regions in the US. He lives in Boise with his wife and 2 children, where he coaches soccer and participates in motorsports events.

 

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