HVAC Heat Pump| Amatrol Summer Training

Dates: June 3 - June 7, 2024

Location: Amatrol (Jeffersonville, Indiana)

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Instructor’s Course Overview:

This course is for college, industry, vocational and university level instructors who teach the concepts and skills of residential heat pumps including troubleshooting. This course features hands-on familiarization with Amatrol’s T7100 Residential Heat Pump Troubleshooting training system and curriculum in multimedia format. The course begins with the basics of residential heat pump systems and then moves to thermostat operation, pressure and temperature measurement, and heat pump component tests. The course culminates in troubleshooting a wide array of common issues.

Basic topics include operation of a heat pump system, refrigeration systems safety, electronic thermostat operation and wiring, use in heating and cooling modes, gauge manifold use, detecting restrictions or blockage, refrigerant detection using  superheat and sub-cooling, component testing, and troubleshooting different stages of cooling and heating issues as well as system cut-out and cycling problems. Attendees will learn through a combination of individualized, hands-on learning with residential heat pump trainers, and group instruction of concepts and principles.

Pre-Requisites: None

Course Length: 32 Hours


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