30 Series Screw and Scroll Chiller Fundamentals

East Syracuse, New York
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
     
30 Series Screw and Scroll Chiller Fundamentals
Tuesday, March 29, 2016 8:00 AM -
Friday, April 01, 2016 12:00 PM (Eastern Time)

Instructor: Mike Dilucchio
6540 Old Collamer Rd. S
Carrier University Syracuse
East Syracuse, New York 13057
United States

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SER270 – 30 Series Screw and Scroll Chiller Fundamentals
Length:   3.5 Days
Tuition:   $1200

Certifications:
IACET:    2.2 CEU
PDH:       22
NATE      22

Class Description
Efficient operation of air and water cooled chiller systems requires a though understanding of their operation and service procedures. Many of these chillers use scroll or screw compression technology. In this class the service technician will learn how to best operate, maintain, troubleshoot, and service Carrier’s complete line of scroll and screw 30 Series air-cooled and water-cooled chillers from the past 20 years. Models covered include the 30GX/HX, RA/RB/RAP, and XA/XW. Studies include chiller refrigeration cycle, compressor theory, cooler heat transfer, water and air-cooled condensers. You’ll learn how to analyze performance by recording and analyzing refrigerant and water pressures and temperatures and calculating GPM flows. We also cover refrigerant controls, adjustments, charging, capacity control and capacity testing, and operation and troubleshooting of the electrical system, including timers, temperature controllers, operating and safety controls. This class is mostly done in the classroom however several lab exercise are done using the control simulators allowing students have hands on knowledge of chiller control operation. The skills learned in this class will allow operators to run machines more efficiently and service technicians to reduce service time and callbacks.
 

 
 

 

Contact Information

  • Phone: 800-644-5544
    E-mail: CarrierUniversity@carrier.utc.com
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