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Hands-On HVACR Wiring, Schematics & Troubleshooting Workshop


Each workshop participant will also be issued a Professional Level Digital Multimeter.

This two-day hands-on workshop provides real-world training in troubleshooting, repairing and maintaining heating and air conditioning electrical systems and equipment. Adhering to the NEC (National Electric Code) and OSHA workplace electrical safety requirements is emphasized throughout and integrated into each hands-on wiring project, as well as each troubleshooting and repair procedure demonstrated and explained.

All necessary tools, materials and test equipment needed to accomplish all wiring projects and troubleshooting procedures are provided during the workshop. Attendees are also welcome to bring their own tools, test equipment, and equipment wiring diagrams for evaluation and review by the instructor. An interactive, take-home workbook that is issued to each participant for use during the workshop, also serves as a reference manual for use later on the job. Each workshop participant will also be issued a Professional Level Digital Multimeter (a $140 value) that is capable of all necessary HVACR electrical troubleshooting procedures that maintenance personnel need to accomplish in order to properly maintain and troubleshoot heating, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment.

 

 

What You’ll Learn In This Workshop

Both Days: 8AM to 4:30PM 

  • Safety Practices Related to Electricity
  • Proper Use of Test Equipment
  • Electrical Fundamentals For HVACR Technicians
  • Systematic HVACR Electrical System Troubleshooting
  • Testing Power Supply Systems For Proper Voltage
  • Checking Fuses and Circuit Breakers
  • Single-phase and Three-Phase Systems
  • Simplifying The Dual Voltage Schematic and Wiring Circuits
  • Testing Relays, Contactors, Transformers and Thermostats
  • Testing Compressor Motor Windings
  • Step-By-Step Electrical Troubleshooting Procedures
  • Wiring PSC and CSR Motor Circuits
  • Wiring Multiple Speed Motor Circuits
  • Pressure Switches and Other HVACR Protective Devices
  • Electric and Gas Furnace and Heat Pump Wiring Diagrams
  • Three-phase, Multiple Voltage Motor Wiring

 

Who Should Attend:

  • Maintenance personnel who work in residential housing, schools, hospitals, or other commercial buildings
  • Maintenance workers in non-electrical maintenance departments who want to cross-train to perform HVACR electrical troubleshooting and equipment maintenance and repair
  • Facility managers and supervisors desiring a background in HVACR electrical maintenance in order to supervise work crews