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Utah State University--Moab will be providing CONTINUING EDUCATION in conjunction with the Grand County Building Department throughout the year as live training sessions and webinars.

Please check this page periodically for updates and registration information. Contractors CLICK HERE to be redirected to DOPL's Courses Taken page and enter your license number(s) to check the courses and hours you have completed.

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Manual D - Residential Duct Systems
DATE:  Friday, November 1, 2017             Presented by: Brent Ursenbach, Salt Lake County Energy/Mechanical Code Official


This course is an absolute must for all mechanical contractors! Whether you are a gas line installer, plumber, contractor, engineer, designer, or plant/facility maintenance professional, you will also learn about duct sizing that will help you with your projects.

TIME: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
PLACE: Moab Fire Department, 45 S 100 E, Moab
FEE: $60/person/day ($10 fee to submit each additional license)
$10/person/day for each additional participant from the same company
CEUs: 8 continuing education units towards plumbing and/or contractor license

This 8-hour course will cover the following subjects: 

  • Single set of ANSI-recognized duct sizing principles and calculations that apply to all duct materials
  • System operating point (supply CFM and external static pressure) and airway sizing for single-speed and multi-speed (ECM) blowers
  • Method for determining impact of duct friction and fitting pressure drop on blower performance and air delivery

This course is for you if you install or maintain mechanical systems!  It will be a live seminar with an open format, where discussion is encouraged; questions and comments are welcome!

Bring your questions!