Air Conditioner Company Donates Equipment to Santa Fe Students
Published January 31st, 2014
Students at Santa Fe College are dabbling in some state-of-the-art air conditioning equipment, in an effort to learn more about energy saving technology.
And that new technology could save you alot of money on your next power bill.
Daikin is the world's largest air conditioner manufacturer and has selected Santa Fe College as their new model training center.
Students would become Daikin approved technicians once they pass the four semester program.
"The energy saving technology should save folks money on their utility bills, companies as well, and to me, that should stimulate the economy somewhat," said Rondale Hall, Santa Fe AC student.
This new equipment allows people to customize the temperatures in different rooms or areas of a building.
It eliminates wasteful air conditioner usage in offices, dorm rooms and warehouses.
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