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Start Date: 24 Jun, 2024

End Date : 28 Jun, 2024
Duration   : 5 Days

 

Overall Description: 

 

It is the perfect introduction to the industry and looks at everything from the basic vapor compression cycle and component functions to repairs, basic commissioning and codes of practice. Also, this course covers the principles of service, maintenance & commissioning of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. It is based on the “Guide to good commercial refrigeration practice” which was written by the British Refrigeration Association and Institute of Refrigeration.

 

Course Objectives: 

 

 

  • Maintain and troubleshoot HVAC systems
  • Understand and apply the psychometric chart
  • Design for good air quality
  • Perform basic load calculations
  • Initiate an effective inspection and maintenance program
  • Minimize forced outages and prevent serious damage to HVAC equipment
  • Provide an overview of the legislative requirements plus the essential steps and responsibilities for the maintenance and repair of HVAC Systems

 

 

Course Outline (Content): 

 

 

  • Safety Knowledge of Acetylene & Oxygen & Data Sheets ‐ MSDS.
  • Transportation of Gas Cylinder Regulations & Types of Gases Used for Brazing.
  • Working On Equipment Containing Combustible & Toxic Substances – Mustard Gas (Phosgene).
  • Storage And Handling of Oxy‐Acetylene Equipment.
  • Personal Protective Equipment.
  • Use Appropriate Cylinders And Equipment Prior To Brazing Activities.
  • Adequate Fluxes And Filler Material & Brazing Nozzles.
  • Shutting Down Brazing Equipment Safely & Correctly.
  • Global Warming & Climate Change.
  • Ozone Depletion & Thermodynamics & System Components.
  • Pressure Testing & Charging Refrigerant.
  • Refrigerant & Oil Recovery.
  • Hazardous Waste Consignment Notes.
  • Maintenance Schedules & Cabinet Maintenance & Pack Maintenance

 

 

 

Who Should Attend?

  • HVAC Engineer, Mechanical Engineer , Maintenance Engineer , Inspection Engineer and engineers who are related with the HVAC.

 

 

Course Methodology:

We utilize a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. This training course will be conducted as a highly interactive workshop session. A variety of training methodologies will be used Before and during the course whenever applicable. Some of these methods are gamification, online pre-post test, role plays, self-assessment instruments, group exercises & case studies.

HVAC for Oil and Gas Industry (Onshore and Offshore)

$5,250.00Price
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