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HVACR System Performance Workshop

HVACR System Performance Workshop: Hands-on Electrical Troubleshooting, Refrigeration System Evaluation, Air Flow & Furnace Servicing, and Preventive Maintenance Programs

Workshop includes: Includes Certification, Workbooks, and Take-Home Pro Grade Digital Meter

This four-day HVAC system performance training workshop is designed for both new and experienced personnel who are responsible for the maintenance of HVACR and mechanical systems in both residential and commercial buildings. Information on how to safely and properly maintain and troubleshoot HVACR electrical circuits is presented in step-by-step detail. The topics of proper air flow in HVACR equipment, psychrometrics, refrigeration system critical charge, and combustion is presented. Information on establishing and managing facility preventive maintenance programs is also covered in this workshop. Participants will prepare for a multiple-choice certification exam that is administered at the conclusion of the workshop.

Interactive, take-home workbooks on HVACR electrical wiring, equipment maintenance and servicing, and preventive maintenance program development and management are issued to each participant for use during the workshop, and also serve as a reference manual for use later on the job. Each participant will also be issued a professional grade, take-home digital meter (retail value $160.00) capable of accomplishing all necessary HVACR electrical, and temperature measurements .


What You’ll Learn And Do In This Workshop

  • Using Test Equipment To Troubleshoot and Test HVACR Components
  • Using Wiring Diagrams To Troubleshoot & Isolate HVACR Electrical Problems
  • Using Gauges and TP Charts & Tables To Evaluate Refrigeration Systems
  • Checking Temperature Split & Troubleshooting For System Charging
  • Superheat and Subcooling Testing In Refrigeration Systems
  • Burner and Air Adjustments & Combustion Efficiency for Gas Furnaces
  • Air Flow In HVACR Systems, Measurement, Psychrometrics, Calculating CFM
  • Establishing and Managing An Effective Preventive Maintenance Program


Who Should Attend

  • New and experienced maintenance personnel who work in residential housing, schools, hospitals, or other commercial buildings, and are responsible for HVACR equipment maintenance and troubleshooting.
  • Maintenance workers in non-HVAC maintenance departments who want to cross-train to perform forced air heating systems repair and maintenance.
  • Maintenance technicians who work in residential or commercial buildings and need to be aware of HVACR system performance and efficiency.
  • Facility managers and supervisors desiring a hands-on background in facility and equipment maintenance in order to effectively supervise work crews.
  • Supervisors that must implement and manage energy and cost-saving preventive maintenance programs in their facility maintenance departments.

About Your Instructor

Jim Johnson has both a formal education and real-world, hands-on work experience in HVACR electrical troubleshooting, facility maintenance management, air flow, mechanical equipment servicing, and maintenance. He holds multiple industry certifications, and has written four textbooks and written and presented more than 50 technician training videos for maintenance and HVAC technicians. Adult education is his specialty, and he consistently receive high marks for his ability to explain and simplify concepts, allowing technical and maintenance personnel to put the information they learn to work in a practical way in their job.