This course exposes the student to commercial unit and systems operation, set-up, and troubleshooting. This course is delivered through a combination of classroom activities, interactive workshops, and hands on lab exercises using Trane commercial unitary and applied equipment. The course emphasizes a systematic approach to commercial HVAC system service and troubleshooting.
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:
- Interpret temperature and pressure readings on an operating refrigeration system.
- Troubleshoot common refrigeration system issues.
- Measure airflow using appropriate airflow instruments.
- Apply airflow fundamentals to unit operation.
- Perform combustion analysis and determine combustion efficiency/
- Compare air mixtures using the psychrometric chart.
- Set up an economizer using appropriate mixed air formulas.
- Describe building systems used in
commercial HVAC applications.
Students must have a working knowledge of the basic theory needed to diagnose the refrigeration cycle and an understanding of the following tools and subjects:
- Refrigeration Manifold Gauge Set
- Electronic Temperature Meter
- Clamp-on ammeter
- Temperature/Pressure Relationships
- Metering Devices
- Basic trade math
Our programs use a variety of assessment methods to measure learning, from pre and post tests, to classroom activities, quizzes and workshops.
2213 20th Street S, Bldg 12, La Crosse, WI, 54601
Nov 02-6, 2020
2 seats available