HVAC Mechanical Pro-Troubleshooting

East Syracuse, New York
Monday, September 26, 2016
     
HVAC Mechanical Pro-Troubleshooting
Monday, September 26, 2016 8:00 AM -
Friday, September 30, 2016 5:00 PM (Eastern Time)

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

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SER028 – HVAC Mechanical Pro-Troubleshooting
Length:    5 Days
Tuition:    $1200

Certifications
:
IACET:       3.5 CEU
PDH:          35
NATE:        35
FAD:          35

For a full description of the course, including expected learning outcomes, topics covered, pre-requisites, and requirements for being awarded a certificate, go to:
www.carrieruniversity.com



Class Description
Quality installation and servicing of HVAC systems requires the technician to fully understand the principles of refrigeration and operation of refrigerant systems components. In addition they must know how to properly handle refrigerants and use the tools required to service refrigeration Systems. This course teaches essential skills needed to troubleshoot residential and commercial HVAC refrigeration system problems encountered on Direct Expansion (DX) systems. Students will learn to use time-proven diagnostic techniques that can be apply immediately back on the job. The goal is to provide technicians with not only the skills and confidence to tackle any mechanical system malfunction (with emphasis on rapid and accurate discovery of the failed component), but also the ability to determine the root cause of the problem to eliminate repeat failures. This course was may be taken in conjunction with the HVAC Electrical Pro-Troubleshooting Course for complete troubleshooting proficiency, but can be taken as a stand-alone seminar if electrical troubleshooting techniques are already understood or are not needed. For technicians just entering the HVAC field or persons with no field experience, this course is most effective when preceded by the BASIC Program (SER400), which introduces participants to fundamental concepts of both air conditioning and heating systems including lab time with service test equipment and tools. This class is a combination of classroom activity and in-lab exercises using testing and servicing tools.


Prerequisites:
None required but some field experience or SER400 Basic Apprentice Start-Up and Installation is recommended.

 

 

 

 

 
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Contact Information

  • Phone: 1-800-644-5544
    E-mail: CarrierUniversity@carrier.utc.com
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