Intro to HVAC industry
Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web
This course presents the proper and safe use of hand tools including power tools and materials in the HVAC Industry. This course also provides for a review of HVAC and refrigeration processes and applications.
This course provides the student with the skills and knowledge to install, repair and service major components of a refrigeration system. Topics include: compressors; evaporators; condensers; metering devices; service procedures; refrigeration systems; refrigeration cycle; enthalpy and safety.
Provides the student with the skills and knowledge to evacuate, charge, and leak checking a sealed system according to EPA and Industry standards. Topics include: Triple Evacuation, Burn-out cleanup of system, weigh-in charging, Superheat settings and Subcool adjustments and safety.
Introduction to fundamental electrical concepts and theories as applied to the air conditioning industry. Topics include: AC and DC theory; ohms law; electric meters; electric diagrams; distribution systems; electrical panels; voltage circuits; code requirements; and safety.
Schedule type: Lecture, Web
Provides instruction in identifying, installing and testing commonly used components in an air conditioning system. Topics include: pressure switches; overload devices; transformers; magnetic starters; other commonly used controls; diagnostic techniques; installation procedures; and safety.
This course continues the development of skills and knowledge necessary for application and service of electric motors commonly used by the refrigeration and air conditioning industry. Topics include: diagnostic techniques; capacitors; installation procedures; types of electric motors; electric motor service; and safety.
This course provides instruction on wiring various types of air conditioning systems. Topics include: servicing procedures; troubleshooting procedures; solid state controls; system wiring; control circuits; and safety.
Presents the proper procedures to diagnose and repair domestic refrigerators and freezers
Co-requisite(s): HACR 1180
This course includes the operation, diagnosis, and science of room air conditioning. Emphasis is devoted to diagnosis and repair. Lab Fee
Co-requisite(s): HACR 1410
This course presents the study and theory of the major components and functions of central air conditioning systems. Topics include the study of different air conditioning systems types and the proper and safe use of instruments and safety. Lab Fee
This course presents the operation, diagnosis and service of central air conditioning systems and the care of associated instruments. Topics include the various types of A/C systems, and safety principles. Lab Fee
Co-requisite(s): HACR 2510
This course presents theory and practice of different types of residential air conditioning systems heat loads. Topics include calculations, duct design, air filtration, and safety practices. Lab Fee
Co-requisite(s): HACR 2520
This course covers theory and study of the principles and practices for the operation, diagnosis and service of residential and small commercial heating systems. Topics covered will include electrical controls, gas valves, piping, venting, code requirements, and principles of combustion and safety for gas and electrical heating. Lab Fee
Co-requisite(s): HACR 2530
This course presents the theory and study of heat pumps and related systems, providing information for the fundamentals of heat pump operation and diagnosis techniques. Installation procedures, diagnosis, servicing procedures, valves, electrical components and geothermal ground source applications, dual fuel systems, and safety are topics included. Lab Fee
Co-requisite(s): HACR 2540