Heatcraft Refrigeration Products, a manufacturer of commercial refrigeration equipment and systems as part of Lennox International, has expanded its training capabilities and is offering a variety of classes this fall.

With eight additional technical trainers in place throughout North America, Heatcraft provides more access than ever to product and refrigeration training, including certification, to increase proficiency in specifying, installing, and maintaining Heatcraft equipment and system solutions.

Through Heatcraft training, contractors, technicians and distributors can increase their knowledge of refrigeration fundamentals, strengthen practical skills used in the field and reduce product performance issues on the job.

In-class courses offered this fall at the Heatcraft Training Center in Stone Mountain, Georgia, include:

  • Refrigeration and Installation Basics (Dec. 15). Designed for individuals new to the technical aspects of the refrigeration process and the components that make heat transfer possible. This class can be helpful for HVAC technicians seeking to branch out into refrigeration installation and service.
  • HCCP intelliGen Certification (two-day certified program, Nov. 15-16). As part of the Heatcraft Certified Contractor Program, this is a deep dive into the sequence of operation, installation, setup, service, and troubleshooting of the intelliGen refrigeration controller.
  • Hot Gas Defrost – Mohave 101 (Dec. 13). Designed for the seasoned refrigeration professional interested in Heatcraft’s proprietary hot gas defrost refrigeration system.
  • CO2 Transcritical Technology 101 (Dec. 14). For the seasoned refrigeration professional interested in improving their understanding of the basic science connected to medium and low temperature CO2 transcritical technology. Basic components of this type of system will be discussed as they relate to cold storage.

In addition, Heatcraft is offering the free webinar, “Sporlan EEV Control Considerations,” on Nov. 29, from 1 to 2 p.m. EST. This webinar will include a discussion of the Sporlan electric expansion valve application and operation, valve construction and troubleshooting basics.

For additional information about Heatcraft training opportunities, visit www.heatcraftrpd.com/training.