Training Track: May 13, 2013
Course Title: Servicing HVAC Refrigeration Systems — 1505
Sponsoring Organization: Alabama Power
Date: June 10-13
Location: Verbena, Ala.
Course Description: The hands-on, performance-based training is designed to develop a technician’s skills to properly service HVAC refrigerant systems. The course emphasizes safety in presenting the proper techniques as the technician fabricates piping, and replaces and assembles a complete operational HVAC refrigerant system. Lesson objectives include knowing the type of copper tubing used in HVAC service, understanding the differences in refrigeration tubing and heating/plumbing tubing, understanding the process for cutting copper tubing, knowing the safety precautions when handling acetylene and understanding the cylinder contents of acetylene, knowing the safety precautions when handling oxygen and understanding the cylinder contents of oxygen, knowing the proper use of regulators for oxygen and acetylene, understanding the different types of vacuum pumps used in HVAC service, and knowing the proper evacuation methods used in HVAC service.
Publication date: 5/13/2013