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NCHV Advanced Hydronic Systems III – Evaluation & Solutions
with Jeff Gaumer
The pre-requisite for this course is:
Advanced Hydronic Systems I & II
This 2-day Training will include:
Combining knowledge and skills acquired Advanced Hydronic Systems I & Advanced Hydronic Systems II. Students will learn to evaluate Hydronic HVAC System test results, prescribe solutions, and direct corrective actions to improve efficiency and performance of Hydronic HVAC Equipment and Systems. Theory and Lab instruction on live operating Hot & Chilled Water Hydronic HVAC equipment. Attendees will be instructed and use state of the art Test & Balance instruments.
Day 1 Training will include:
- Review of test instrument and procedures
- Review of Hydronic flow test procedures
- Review of Verifying Hydronic System Performance
- Uses of Pump Laws, Pump speed adjustments, and Impeller changes
- Application of several methods of total system balancing
- Perform Hydronic HVAC System Test & Balance
- Provide Hydronic HVAC System Test & Balance report
Day 2 Training will include:
- Review Hydronic HVAC Equipment and System BTU calculations
- Review provided Hydronic HVAC System Performance report forms
- Review system design fundamentals (Pipe sizing, Flow / Pressure standards, Pump Capacities, etc.)
- Review case studies of actual Hydronic HVAC System Performance Testing projects
- Evaluate test results and reporting recommendations of system performance improvements
- Identify Hydronic HVAC Equipment & System renovations, repairs, & replacement opportunities developed from HVAC Performance Testing Services
Instructor: Jeff Gaumer, has 36 years of experience in the HVAC industry, with 24 years exclusively in HVAC Test & Balance.
Refreshments and Lunch will be provided
NCHV030M HVACR Technician Online
with ON LINE
Prepares students for an entry-level career as an HVACR technician in residential and light construction field. Applicable skills:
Comprehend mathematical processes and use of formulas necessary for design, evaluation, and installation of HVACR systems. Understand composition and usage of HVACR materials, equipment, and tools required for installation and diagnostic tasks. Understand the refrigeration cycle, gas laws, and properties of refrigerants required for diagnostic and systems design.
Comprehend drawings, technical diagrams, and specification charts required for installation and repair of HVACR systems. Understand theories and processes for evaluating and installing electrical systems and controls. Comprehend procedures for installing, inspecting, testing, repairing, and maintaining HVACR systems.
Recognize and know procedures for following government regulations regarding the conservation, recovery, and recycling of refrigerants. Recognize safety procedures and established regulations related to workplace and job requirements.
Upon completion you will be prepared to sit for the HVACR Certificate, Includes EPA Cert. Test
On average this course is 488 hours of independent, online instruction.
For more detailed information: HVACR Technician PROGRAM OUTLINE
This course is WIOA Approved.