June 4 | 3.75 CPD | Fraser Valley Energy Step Code Super Series | Essentials of Heat Pumps

June 4, 2024 (8:00 AM - 12:00 PM) (PDT)


Spring 2024 Workshop Series: Essentials of Heat Pumps (BCIT-W5.2 June 4, 2024) 

In this session, you will get an overview of heat pump technology for heating, cooling and domestic hot water. Instructors will discuss the best practices from design through and installation to ensure that systems perform as expected and occupants see improved performance and comfort. Through lecture and demonstrations in the BCIT Residential Heat Pump Lab, you will learn what’s needed to do a proper installation of heat pumps in residential buildings, from single-family homes to quadplexes. 

This seminar has been designed for builders, designers, and other industry parties that work in residential construction. BCIT's newly expanded lab boasts 7 dedicated stations, covering a wide range of heat pump systems, from ductless to ducted and single-zone to multi-zone. We even have a dual fuel heat pump system to explore. 

Participants in this session will learn to:

 •Explain the fundamentals of heating, cooling, and heating domestic hot water a net zero home with heat pumps 

•Compare the technical differences of various types of heat pumps systems 

•List best practices and documentation/submittals to ensure a quality design 

•Identify visible features of a quality installation 

•Explain how to find qualified contractors for design and installation 

BCIT Instructors: Graham Beatty and Eddie Calder 

This 3 hour and 45 minute workshop (excluding breaks) is delivered in a combination of lecture and workshop demonstrations in the BCIT Residential Heat Pump Lab.


no charge 

BCIT - Burnaby - High Performance Building Lab
3700 Willingdon Ave
Burnaby, BC V5G 3H2 Canada
Event Contact
Lisa Nowen
(604) 755-9306
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June 4, 2024 (8:00 AM - 12:00 PM) (PDT)

Half day session |  8am-noon | 

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