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Jason Obrzut
Company name: ESCO Group
Position: Director of Industry Standards and Relations
Jason Obrzut is one of the current co-authors of the RACT manual and is part of the Safe Refrigerant Transition Task Force at AHRI. He has also written Gas Heating: Furnaces, Boilers, Controls, Components and is the current Director of Industry Standards and Relations at ESCO Group.
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R-410A Phase-Down Update
By:Bryan OrrJason ObrzutDr. Chuck AllgoodMatthew BrunerAdam MufichRoman BaughDon GillisThis tech tip is an overview of the livestream by the same name, featuring HVAC School contributors Matt Bruner, Roman Baugh, and Adam Mufich, as well as special guests Don Gillis, Dr. Chuck Allgood, and Jason Obrzut. You can watch the full livestream HERE. These gents also […]
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Flammable Refrigerant Update
By:Don GillisJason ObrzutDr. Chuck Allgood
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Flammable Refrigerant Update
By:Dr. Chuck AllgoodDon GillisJason Obrzut
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A2L Refrigerant Facts w/ Jason Obrzut
By:Bryan OrrJason Obrzut Jason Obrzut comes on the podcast to discuss A2L refrigerant facts. Jason is a member of AHRI’s Safe Refrigerant Transition Task Force and author of the RACT manual. ASHRAE designates refrigerants into categories based on toxicity (A or B) and flammability (traditionally 1, 2, and 3). So, the new A2L designation indicates […]
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Furnace Sequence Of Operation (Podcast)
By:Bryan OrrJason Obrzut Jason Obrzut comes on the podcast and talks us through his furnace sequence of operation training: “Take It Slow, It's Gonna Blow!” There are 6 main steps in Jason's furnace sequence of operation training. The phrase, “Take It Slow, It's Gonna Blow!” should help you remember the sequence (Thermostat, Inducer motor, Safety […]
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EPA 608 Regulation Uncertainty w/ Jason Obrzut (Podcast)
By:Bryan OrrJason Obrzut Jason from ESCO and Cengage comes on to talk about the varying landscape of EPA 608 regulations with what you need to know for now (circa 2018). The EPA has proposed to roll back some regulations regarding HFC refrigerants, including leak rate and leak repair mandates. There are also questions about the […]
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