COURSE TITLE:Heat Transfer Fundamentals, STM 301


DATE:June 7

LOCATION:Columbia, S.C.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:The course covers the fundamentals of steam heat transfer, different types of heat exchange equipment, heat exchange controls, and stall theory/condensate drainage. Also included will be fouling factors and how they affect heat transfer. Anyone wishing to build or improve upon their knowledge of steam and heat transfer, including engineers, designers, project managers, estimators, contractors, pipefitters, plumbers, maintenance staff, and facilities operations and energy personnel may attend.

COURSE TITLE:YT/YK Centrifugal Chiller & Compressor Overhaul (#2107)


DATE:June 20-24


COURSE DESCRIPTION:In this course, service personnel will become familiar with the operation and maintenance of centrifugal systems. Students will review R-11, R-123, R-22, and R-134a single-stage centrifugal chillers. They will also learn the internal workings of the compressor, oil return system, lube circuit, purge, and heat exchangers. The OptiView Control Center plus preventive maintenance and system checkout procedures are also addressed along with a hands-on teardown and rebuild of a YK centrifugal compressor. Topics include refrigeration theory; centrifugal compressor theory of operation; YT/YK chiller design and component functionality and YT/YK maintenance; seasonal start-up; unit troubleshooting; compressor teardown/reassembly; OptiView basics, operation, start-up, and troubleshooting; high-speed thrust bearing limit switch; refrigerant level control; and oil pump variable-speed drive. The students can earn 3.3 CEU. The course is available to contractor personnel

To find out when and where these courses are offered or to find out about other course offerings, go toThe NEWS’Training Track page.

Publication date:05/16/2011