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Air Conditioning and Refrigeration with Principles of Heating Applications On-Site Training

presented by National Technology Transfer, Inc.
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Summary

Get the Basics of Servicing and Troubleshooting Air Conditioning & Refrigeration plus Expand Your Knowledge of Heating & Ventilation Systems!

Workshop Description/Agenda

Get the Basics of Servicing and Troubleshooting Air Conditioning & Refrigeration plus Expand Your Knowledge of Heating & Ventilation Systems!

  • Hands-On training.
  • Training on heating systems, including forced air furnaces and rooftop packaged systems, air movement and balance, fans, filters, pilot burner systems and flame safeguard devices.
  • How to legally recover, recycle, and reclaim refrigerants.
  • Troubleshooting air conditioning system electrical and mechanical problems.

Course Benefits:

  • Save time and money by taking two courses at once.
  • Expand your knowledge of heating and ventilations systems.
  • Gain expertise on the widest range of units.

What You Will Learn:

  • Air-Conditioning and Heating principles.
  • New refrigerant blends—including R-410a.
  • Refrigeration system operation.
  • Heating system wiring and troubleshooting.
  • Energy conservation measures.
Agenda

Tools and Test Equipment

  • Gauge manifold assembly
  • Electronic leak detector
  • Multi meter

Refrigerants and Refrigerant Oils

  • Characteristics of refrigerants
  • Section 608 of the Clean Air Act
  • Regulatory requirements

Compressors

Evaporators

  • Types of evaporators
  • Operation in a refrigeration or A/C system

Metering Devices

  • Effects of capillary tube length and size
  • Thermostatic expansion valves

Condensers

  • Types of condensers
  • In a refrigeration or A/C system

Piping and Accessories

  • Tubing, liquid receivers, sight glass

Heat Pump Theory and Components

  • Compressor, evaporator, condenser

Hands-On Lab Exercises

  • Installing and removing a manifold gauge set
  • Recovering refrigerant evacuating (pulling a vacuum)
  • Charging a system by weight and by superheat
  • Working with service valves and Schrader cores
  • Troubleshooting

Gas-Fired Heating Systems: Design and Operation

  • Gas fuels and combustion theory
  • Gas regulators, valves, burners
  • Pilot safety controls
  • Glow-coil ignition, hot surface ignition
  • Safety devices and controls

Controls and Control Systems

  • Thermostats and anticipators

Gas Fired Heating Systems: Maintenance and Troubleshooting

  • Troubleshooting ignition problems
  • Preventive maintenance procedures

Electrical Components of HVAC Systems

  • Fundamentals, safety and diagrams
  • Electrical test equipment
  • Fundamentals of electrical troubleshooting
  • Electrical system components

Maintenance and Troubleshooting of Furnaces and Rooftop Units

  • Fault occurrence
  • Troubleshooting techniques

Hands-On Lab Exercises

  • Reading schematic drawings
  • Furnace wiring exercises
  • Troubleshooting burner systems
  • Troubleshooting wiring problems
  • Motor terminal identification
  • Capacitor testing and replacement
  • Measuring ampere draw, voltage, resistance

Course Times:
8:00am - 4:30pm
Number of Days: 5
Continuing Education Units (CEU): 3.5

Who Should Attend

HVAC Professionals

Additional Information

Training Provider: National Technology Transfer, Inc.

Course Topics: Industrial Training > HVAC

Training Course Summary: Get the Basics of Servicing and Troubleshooting Air Conditioning & Refrigeration plus Expand Your Knowledge of Heating & Ventilation Systems!

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