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HVAC/R Level Two

Theory Hours: 70 hours - Skill Hours: 80 hours - Days to Complete: 25

Troubleshooting Cooling                                          Basic Maintenance

Refrigerants and Oils                                               Commercial Airside Systems

Metering Devices                                                     Air Quality Equipment

Commercial/Industrial Refrigeration                                                                      

                            

Course Description: 

This course Characteristics and applications of pure and blended refrigerants are explained, and extensive coverage of lubrication oils used in refrigeration systems is covered.    

This course describes operations of heat pumps and explains how to analyze heat pumps.  Information related to maintenance oriented materials as well as guidelines for the inspection and periodic maintenance of various systems and accessories is explained. 

This course describes the systems, equipment and operation sequences commercial airside system configurations.  

Maintenance oriented materials, as well as guidelines for the inspection and periodic maintenance of various systems and accessories are discussed, and also covers the application of gaskets and seals, as well as the adjustment of different types of belt drives.

Principles, processes, and devices used to control humidity and air cleanliness, as well as devices used to conserve energy in HVAC systems are covered in this course.     

This course covers characteristics and applications of pure and blended refrigerants, and provide extensive coverage of lubrication oils used in refrigeration systems.   

   

 

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