On-site Training

HVAC for Property and Facility Managers

  • 8:00am - 4:30pm

This course is designed to help property and facility managers to gain greater insight in the management of HVAC in their facilities.  It familiarizes them with air conditioning principles, system components, functionality and operation.  Attendees will learn basic refrigeration principles, the inter-relation of components of an air conditioning sytem, basics of using steam and hot water heating boilers and their systems, psychrometry, pumps, zoning, air handlers, fundamentals of controls and other pertinent information.

Class Overview:

  • Air Conditioning zone and the concepts used to determine zoning needs
  • Components and operation of low-pressure hot water and steam heating boilers and the associated heating coils, radiators, hot water converters and humidiers connected to them
  • Basic refrigeration cycle, common refrigeration applications, chillers, water cooled condensers, cooling tower and low-pressure centrifugal chiller
  • Factors that affect human comfort and their impact on builidng occupants
  • Strategies used to manage indoor air quality and list of some of the common sources of contamination
  • Use of the psychrometry chart to troubleshoot humidity problems
  • Basic air conditioner air handler operation, including components, economizer cycle, control strategies, safety controls and heat recovery
  • Basic operation of various single and mutiple zone air handlers, including some VAV system options that improve comfort
  • Basic air measurement terminology and describe the characteristics of various fans of series and parallel piped pumps
  • Basic control terminology and describe the role of the unit, system and building management level of controls
  • Components and the strategy used in developing a maintenance management system


Register and provide payment info by Oct 27, 2017 and pay just $292.50

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