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Monthly HEATLOAD WORKSHOPS each First Tuesday 5:30 – 7:30 pm cst
Contact admin@selacaci.org to join the workshop.

Heatload Workshops will continue on First Tuesday evenings at 5:30 p.m. with an online format for anyone seeking assistance or orientation involving code-required heatload calculations (Manual J, D, and S). SELACACI’s dedicated volunteers continue to make themselves available to assist contractors with heatload calculations, questions, and problems. This service is offered to address of the longstanding mechanical code requirement and potential liability for contractors. One-on-one attention is often available for work on actual or hypothetical cases.

SELACACI’s Mailing List

In person events and workshops are on hold in accordance with Covid-19 prevention measures. Look for updates in our list serve and on this webpage. To receive monthly email confirmations of SELACACI’s Heatload Workshops, training programs, and other industry news bulletins, contact us to join our SELACACI’s mailing list.

SELACACI’s Resource Page

Stay tuned to this website’s Resources page for updates for Code changes pertinent to the HVAC industry generally.

Legislation Modifies Definition of Gas Fitting: In May 2018 the state legislature adopted a modified definition of gas fitting under the State Plumbing Board Statutes making clarifications relevant to licensed Louisiana State Licensing Board contractors (LSLBC). Learn more on SELACACI’s resources page.

SELACACI’s Member Survey

SELACACI’s Board invites input & ideas as it develops upcoming programs. Download our member survey to share your ideas for informative and interesting training opportunities with us.

SELACACI Training Opportunities

Monthly Heatload Workshops

At the Heatload Workshop in April, Kenny Ripberger demonstrates the use of computerized heatload programs for contractors and a City official.

At a Heatload Workshop in April, Kenny Ripberger demonstrates the use of computerized heatload programs for contractors and a City official.

SELACACI’s Heatload Workshops are open to anyone seeking help with problems or orientation involving the code-required heatload calculations (Manuals J, D, and S). Learn more about these workshops, training programs, and past events on our training page.