TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE OF AIR CONDITIONERS AND REFRIGERATORS

Content

 

HVAC Design, Maintain and Troubleshoot

  • The Cooling Capacity and Airflow Rate
  • Heat Load of a Multi-Room Complex
  • The Chilled Water Systems
  • Chilled Water Flow Rates and Piping Sizing

Refrigeration System Components

  • The Insulation Panels and Doors
  • Pre-Cooling “Wet Cooling”
  • The Ducks “Levelers, Shelters and Doors”
  • Ventilation and Cold Stores Designs

Operation and Maintenance

  • Diagnostics Techniques
  • Corrective Maintenance
  • Preventive Maintenance Routines
  • Reliability Models
  • Records and Book Keeping
  • Documentation

Building Management System and Control

  • System Piping Size
  • Duct Sizing and Air Filtration
  • HVAC Design and Chilled Water Pumps Selection
  • Insulation Thickness and the Criteria for Condensation Prevent

Electrical Troubleshooting

  • Identifying Electrical Components
  • Electrical Safety
  • Measuring Tools for Electrical Equipment
  • Preventing Damages of Equipment
  • Operation, Control and Maintenance

FOR WHOM: Maintenance Engineers, Technicians and Staff, Plant Engineers, Design Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Consulting Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Operation Maintenance, Inspection and Repair Managers, Supervisors and Engineers and others who maintain and troubleshoot Air Conditioners and Refrigerators.

DATE: 23rd – 25th March, 2022

 21st – 23rd September, 2022

 

Objective

Either it is a small warehouse or a complex hi-rise building, there is an increasing demand by owners and engineers to design and install the HVAC and Refrigeration systems in a more efficient and cost- effective manner. Due to the on-going advanced in HVAC and Refrigeration technology, this demand is becoming a must and often controlled by new government regulations and engineering codes. This workshop commences with a review of psychometric charts and then examines the factors that influence design choices, indoor air quality, load calculations and heating ventilation and air-conditioning systems. By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Maintain and troubleshoot HVAC systems
  • Design good air quality and perform basic load calculations
  • Minimize forced outages and prevent serious damage to HVAC equipment

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