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Shambaugh and Sons

by on May.31, 2017, under News

GCAP would like to thank Shambaugh & Son for supporting us in training and education. Next time your @ GCAP you will be able to see them in the convention center.  Shambaugh & Son’s ammonia refrigerant and industrial refrigeration group is one of the largest in the United States and provides the industry’s best preventative maintenance and emergency ammonia refrigeration service to commercial and industrial clients throughout the country.

Backed by 1,500 employees, including an experienced engineering group, we stand ready to provide your ammonia refrigeration system service, design, and installation needs. Their capabilities include:

  • 24-hour emergency response
  • Factory-trained HVAC techs
  • National coverage area
  • One of the largest Frick distributors
  • Equipment repair / replacement
  • Preventative-maintenance programs
  • OSHA 24 hour–certified personnel
  • In-house stock of major manufacturers parts

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Temprite Oil Separators

by on May.23, 2017, under News

GCAP would like to thank Temprite and their donations to GCAP for training and also their booth at the convention center. Temprite’s coalescent oil separators set the industry standard for energy-efficient performance. We got one installed in the new engine room.

Temprite’s coalescent oil separators set the industry standard for energy-efficient performance. Unlike conventional separators, coalescent oil separators are not dependent on velocity for efficiency, maintaining the same level of effectiveness down to 20% of maximum flow.

  • The high-efficiency performance of coalescing oil separators means better heat transfer through the coils, translating into significant kW savings.
  • Coalescent oil separators are ideal for OEM applications where system cleanliness is paramount.

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June 1, 2017: NH3 Safety Day

by on May.19, 2017, under News

Kansas City 9th Annual Region 7 Ammonia Safety Day

  • June 1, 2017
  • @ Kansas City Community College @ Kansas City, KS
  • $35.00 per attendee
  • $400.00 per exhibitor

Thank you for the continued support of the Kansas City Safety Day.  This event is designed for continual growth and new topics each year.  If you are in operations, safety, compliance, supervisor, technicians, mechanic, or manager this event is for you.  If interested in sponsoring please contact us, have available breakfast sponsorship, lunch sponsorships, and general sponsors.

Topics covered for 2017:

  • Screw Compression and Oil Separation
  • Non-Condensable gasses and Purgers
  • OSHA Update
  • EPA Update
  • Mechanical Integrity and Non-Destructive Testing Techniques (NDT)
  • Ammonis Safety

GCAP would like to thank these great sponsors below.  Thank you for your dedication to ammonia safety and training.

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Farley’s Refrigeration

by on May.15, 2017, under News

GCAP would like to thank Farley’s Refrigeration and their continued support for industrial training. Come Check out their facebook page today and when you come to GCAP next you can see their booth in our convention center.  If you want to download their catalog visit this link.

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Partially Flooded Heat Exchanger

by on May.09, 2017, under News

Alfa Laval’s New U-bend partially flooded plate and frame has arrived and is being installed in the new technician one engine room.  It will sit side by side a traditional flooded system to show both technologies.  More information on the Technician One Class @ GCAP at this link.  GCAP would like to thank Alfa Laval for the donation and their dedication to hands on training through GCAP.  More information on the donation @ this link.

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