The Commercial Refrigeration for HVAC Technicians course is perfect for HVACR technicians and contractors who want to better understand refrigeration systems used in commercial applications like stores, warehouses, restaurants, and product and food services. Written by Dick Wirz, we will compare things you’re already familiar with such as space temperatures and typical components of basic AC systems to those of commercial refrigeration systems.
Lectures from the author, Dick Wirz are recorded and included in the delivery, so you feel like you’re sitting in his classroom. Dick covers everything you need from refrigeration principles through evaporators, condensers, compressors, metering devices, controls, accessories, motors, and the various refrigerants used so you can service walk-in refrigerators and freezers, and commercial ice makers with confidence.
A workshop on the most common service issues and troubleshooting procedures create an interactive experience giving you a chance to put your knowledge to work on the 9 most common system problems. A discussion of when to apply TROT (The Rule Of Thumb) in the absence of a manufacturer’s recommendation completes the course.
Students enrolled in this course receive lifetime training updates via LIVE webinars.
This Commercial Refrigeration for HVAC Technicians course is recognized for 24 hours of continuing education (CEHs) applicable to NATE recertification, and BPI recognized for 12 continuing education units (CEUs).
The courses included in this program are 441 HVACR Commercial Refrigeration 1 and 442 HVACR Commercial Refrigeration 2.
The text book is included in the tuition for this course.