Regal Beloit the manufacturer of the GE ECM recently announced the launch of the Evergreen Motor, the world's first universal ECM aftermarket motor for residential heating and cooling applications.
Electronically Commutated Motors (ECM) are becoming commonplace in the HVAC Industry. The ECM offers: higher Efficiency over a broad speed range motor, a lower noise level, programmable, and they offer lower operating cost. Regal Beloit the manufacturer of the GE ECM recently announced the launch of the Evergreen Motor, the world's first universal ECM aftermarket motor for residential heating and cooling applications.
The Evergreen Motor is the first ECM motor developed exclusively for aftermarket replacement applications, and also features a patented rotation detection technology that automatically matches the HVAC system's fan rotation. In addition, Evergreen IM's dual voltage capabilities and multiple speed/horsepower profile combinations make it a retrofit solution for most HVAC applications.
Evergreen is the world's first high-efficiency ECM replacement motor that is designed to replace factory PSC blower motors in HVAC systems. Built from the same trusted, field-proven ECM technology that is found in millions of OEM systems nationwide.
Using up to 74 percent fewer watts than a standard indoor blower motor, Evergreen IM is said to instantly upgrade the efficiency of most central heating and cooling equipment. That means contractors can offer customers the comfort and efficiency of ECM in an easy-to-install replacement motor. In order to get the maximum benefit and performance from an Evergreen Motor, a HVACR service technician needs to be trained on: How to properly set them up, and Service and install them. This can only be accomplished by making certain that the persons who conduct training (HVACR educators, Wholesaler trainers, Utility trainers, Contractors who provide training, etc) are properly trained on the Evergreen Motor.
HVACR educators and trainers can gain the knowledge and confidence they need to work with and teach Evergreen Motor technology, as Mr. Christopher Mohalley will be conducting an Evergreen Motor Train the Trainer Program. Mr. Mohalley, a GE Certified Master Trainer for GE Regal Beloit has been conducting a national recognized training program on the GE ECM for several years. Working with GE Regal Beloit, he is now offering training and Train the Trainer classes on the Evergreen Motor.
Mr. Mohalley will be conducting the Evergreen Motor Train the Trainer program during the Industry Sponsored National HVACR Educators and Trainers Conference. The conference is March 8th - 10th, 2009 at the Imperial Palace Hotel in Las Vegas, NV. The Evergreen Motor Train the Trainer program is one of thirty sessions offered at the 2009 National HVACR Educators and Trainers Conference. Persons involved in training the current and future workforce of the HVACR industry (contractors, wholesalers, trainers, educators) are encouraged to attend.
The conference is open to anyone in the HVACR industry wanting to learn about new and changing technologies. The conference package includes: Admission to training sessions - including Mr. Mohalley's Evergreen Motor Train the Trainer program, Admission to all general sessions, 2 plated breakfasts, 2 plated luncheons, Free Certificated Master HVACR Educators Certification Exams, Admission to all industry exhibits, for only $189.00 per person. Special hotel accommodations at the Imperial Palace are available for $79.00 per night through February 10, 2009 (first come first served, subject to room availability).
Don't miss the opportunity to improve your teaching skills and learn more about the Evergreen Motor. Call 1-800-394-5268 to learn more and register for the conference.