Trane Rooftop Systems Courses

All courses are held in Trane La Crosse, Wisconsin, Technical Training Center, unless noted otherwise. There is a waiting list for full classes; Please call us to have your name added to the list.

For more information, contact the La Crosse Technical Service Training Department:
Email: servicetrain@trane.com
Toll free in the U.S.: 855-803-3563
International: (+1) 608-787-3948

For course dates and objectives, outlines and enrollment information, refer to the online class list or the course catalog.

 

Precedent / Voyager Rooftops

Tues-Thurs 8:00 a.m-4:30 p.m.; Fri. 8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
(3.5 Days)

Course Benefits

This course is intended to provide coverage of Trane Precedent and Voyager rooftops. The course focuses specifically on these Trane products. Upon course completion, students will have been exposed in detail to the mechanical, electrical and control systems of these units and will have become knowledgeable in the start-up and maintenance requirements of these products.

 

Intellipak Rooftops

Mon-Thurs 8:00 a.m-4:30 p.m.; Fri. 8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
(4.5 Days)

Course Benefits

This course is designed to provide coverage of Trane IntelliPak I and ItelliPak II rooftop units. The course focus in on the operation, start-up and maintenance of 20-130 ton IntelliPak I and 90 - 162 ton IntelliPak II rooftop units. Proper service techniques will be discussed to include correct maintenance procedures and intervals. Factory recommended installation and start-up procedures will also be discussed. Attendees will be able to start-up, operate and program unit control microprocessors. Attendees will also understand control logic and check-out procedures with unit diagnostics. Upon course completion, students will have been exposed to the mechanical, electrical and control systems of these units and will have become knowledgeable in the start-up, operation and maintenance requirements of these products.

Note: Courses may be held in two locations - at the training center in La Crosse, WI and at the factory. The sessions at the factory DO NOT include live unit hands-on but DO include a factory tour. 

We recommend taking the Commercial Burner Service class for in-depth hands-on training on IntelliPak I and II Burners.

 

Commercial Rooftop Burner Service

Tues.-Thurs 8:00 a.m-4:30 p.m.
(3 Days)

Course Benefits

This course covers the operation and setup of the gas burners used in the following Trane Commercial Rooftop Units (RTU): Precedent 3-10 ton, Voyager 12.5-50 ton, IntelliPak I 20-130 ton, and IntelliPak II 90-162 ton. Centering on lab exercises the service technician will be introduced to the various burners currently used in Trane units from a setup and service perspective. Classroom lecture and exercises will support the hands-on labs. This course applies to new system startup as well as existing buildings. 

The lab exervises are desinged around several working natural gas burners in our La Crosse, WI training lab including the multi-stage and modultaitng burners used on commercial roftop units 3-162 ton. During the lab exercises, students will use the various tools needed to setup and service each burner type. Each student has the opportunity to go through the hands-on exercises as well as to observe other students.

 

Scroll Chiller Service & Troubleshooting

Mon. - Thurs 8:00 a.m-4:30 p.m.; Fri. 8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
(4.5 Days)

This service level course covers the operation, diagnosis and troubelshooting for the Model CGAM liquid chiller 20-130 ton, CGAF IntellipakTM Scroll Chiller 20-60 ton and CGWF Scroll Chiller 20-60 ton with additional detailed coverage of R-22 and R-410a refrigeration system components, chiller logging and maintenance procedures. Trane Scroll CSHA, CHSD and CSHN compressors construction, operation, maintenance requirements and troubleshooting will also be discussed. Factory Recommended installation, start up procedures and chiller logging will be discussed in detail.

Note: This course may be held at the Training Center in La Crosse, WI; at the Pueblo, cO factory or at an alternate factory location. The sessions at the factory include a factory tour. Refer to the online course list or course catalog for individual class locations.