A sample copy of the Turbine Nacelle Troubleshooting Student Reference Guide is also included with the system for your evaluation. Sourced from the system’s curriculum, the Student Reference Guide takes the entire series’ technical content contained in the learning objectives and combines them into one perfectly-bound book. Student Reference Guides supplement this course by providing a condensed, inexpensive reference tool that learners will find invaluable once they finish their training, making it the perfect course takeaway.
- Solar Thermal Sun Simulator (95-STS1)
- Solar Thermal Charging Station (95-STCS1)
- Consumables Package (17459)
- Customer-supplied gas torch
- Hand Tool Package (41206)
- Computer: See requirements
- Solar Thermal Cold Water Supply Station (95-STW1)
- Drainback Installation Package (95-STF2)
- Open-Loop Installation Package (95-STF3)
- For outside use: Solar Instruments Package (95-SIP)
- Electricity (120 VAC/60 Hz/1 phase)
The demand for qualified Solar Technicians is rising, as more consumers and businesses apply solar energy in their communities. Many employers are requesting NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners) certification or equivalent skills as a condition of employment. Amatrol’s Solar Thermal Installation Training System supports the learning necessary to prepare for portions of NABCEP certification and helps to prepare students for successful employment in the solar thermal industry field.
The 950-STF1 Solar Thermal Installation training system teaches students the installation and commissioning of closed loop and open loop solar thermal systems for commercial and residential applications. Students will learn how to install systems by selecting, preparing, mounting and connecting solar thermal components using copper tubing, PVC piping, and electrical wiring. Students will create and commission complete working systems, just as they would do on the job.
The Solar Thermal Installation training system includes a mobile workstation with solar thermal components; solar thermal collectors; PC-based interactive, multimedia student curriculum; and teacher’s guide. The mobile workstation is equipped with shadow boards for component storage, a benchtop worksurface and vise for tubing preparation, and mounting surface for assembly of solar thermal systems.