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HVAC/R Level Three

Theory Hours: 75 hours - Skill Hours: 75 hours - Days to Complete: 25

Troubleshooting Gas Heating

Control Circuit and Motor Troubleshooting             EPA 608 Review and Exam

Introduction to Heating                                            Troubleshooting Gas Heating

Troubleshooting Heat Pumps                                  Troubleshooting Oil Heating

Troubleshooting Accessories                                   Steam Systems

Construction Drawing and Specifications           

Heat Pumps                          

Course Description: 

This course provides students with information and skills needed to troubleshoot control circuits and electric motors found in heating and cooling equipment.

Learn operation of heat pumps and explain how to analyze heat pump control circuits; includes heat pump installation and service procedures. 

This course provides students with guidance related to troubleshooting heat pump systems.  Following a thorough review of the heat pump operating cycle, troubleshooting procedures for components common to heat pumps are presented.

This course provides students with information and skills needed to troubleshoot various air treatment; along with accessories used with heating and cooling equipment.  It explores the many different types of drawings that HVAC/R installers work with. It covers the use of specifications and submittals for HVAC/R equipment installation. It also covers the performance of the takeoff process for HVAC/R equipment and materials.     

This course provides interpretation of construction drawings and specifications associated with HVAC installation in new construction. 

Students will be provided with preparation for EPA 608 exam Core, type 1, type 2, type 3.  Additionally, this course covers the fundamentals of heating systems and the combustion process.  The different type and designs of gas furnaces and their components as well as basic procedures for their installations and service, is provided.

Students will be provided with information and skills needed to troubleshoot gas fired furnaces and boilers.

This course describes the construction and operation of oil fired heating systems and the system components. It contains instructions for servicing and testing of oil furnaces as well as procedures for isolation and correction oil furnace malfunctions.  Steam systems focus on the use of steam for storing and moving energy in HVAC systems. It reviews the fundamentals of water that relate to steam and describes the basic steam system cycle; and covers the principles of venting fossil fuel furnaces and methods for selecting and installing vent systems for gas-fired heating equipment.         

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