June 10, 2021
is pleased to invite you to register for the 2021 Virtual Leadership
Forum, to be held November 16 and 17. Register today to benefit from our
engaging program of events designed to keep you abreast
of key industry issues. Early registrants will receive a curated
surprise package mailed before the meeting, so please view the agenda at-a-glance and click here
to register today!
The opening session of AHRI’s Virtual Leadership Forum will
feature a fireside chat-style interview with 2021 Chairman Mike Schwartz and
incoming Chairman Ron Duncan, who will also answer questions from the
membership. The outstanding efforts of several members will be recognized in a
video presentation of the AHRI Richard C. Schulze, Public Service, and
Distinguished Service Awards, all of which will be followed by the traditional
Additional sessions include:
Contact: Lauren Miller.
If you are interested in learning more about the changing energy efficiency metrics and refrigerants, plan to join an AHRI-sponsored webinar on October 28 at 12:00 p.m. EDT. The proper installation of new, higher-efficiency ACs and heat pumps will be essential to ensuring continued comfort, lower utility bills, and environmental safety as they take effect. Some key facts:
The webinar, led by AHRI’s Senior Regulatory Advisor Laura
Petrillo-Groh, will help participants understand what the upcoming ratings and
refrigerant changes mean for their businesses.
is pleased to welcome KTC Co. Ltd. to the Liquid-to-Liquid Heat Exchangers
(LLHE) Certification Program. Contact: Bill Tritsis.
The AHRI Humidifiers Educational Working Group
met in September to assemble training materials for a joint training course
with North American Technician Excellence. The group recently added content related
to understanding humidity, steam humidifiers, and adiabatic humidifiers. The course
draft is expected by the end of 2021. Contact: Jerry Yeh.
AHRI’s Standards team is seeking a balanced group of volunteers for its consensus body. As required by The American National Standards Institute (ANSI), membership must include persons with interests beyond manufacturing. AHRI membership is not required for participation.
A consensus body
gives final ballot approval for publication of AHRI standards as an American
National Standards (ANS), ANSI, or National Standard of Canada (NSC)/Canadian
standards. The consensus body is a long-term standing body that replaces the
canvass body. Learn more about this opportunity here. Contact: Karl Best.