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AC Labs
From Thursday 02 May 2019 -  08:30am
To Friday 03 May 2019 - 04:30pm
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COURSE DESCRIPTION

The lab session includes hands on training for residential air conditioning systems. The participants will work on a number of different air conditioning systems and will learn how to safely use gauge sets, recovery machines and vacuum pumps. The main topics include:

· Measurements of system parameters including superheat and sub-cooling

· Refrigerant charging and recovery

· Nitrogen purging and evacuation

THE LAB SESSION RUNS FOR ONE DAY—PLEASE CHOOSE EITHER MAY 2ND OR MAY 3RD. YOU MUST HAVE TAKEN AIR CONDITIONING LEVEL ONE (in previous years) OR AIR CONDITIONING THEORY TO REGISTER IN THIS COURSE.

THE PRESENTER 

Greg Scrivener has worked in the refrigeration and air conditioning industry for more than 15 years. He has experience in almost all aspects of the design, construction, operation and maintenance of commercial and industrial refrigeration systems.  Greg is currently providing the industry with specialized refrigeration consulting services that focus on energy and capital spending management and advanced troubleshooting. He is also facilitating the training of many HVAC/R topics for owners, contractors, industry groups and governments. Greg graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering and is a Journeyperson Refrigeration Mechanic.  He currently sits on a number of ASHRAE Technical Committees and is very involved in the development of refrigeration system safety standards as an active member of the ASHRAE Standard 15 committee.

COST

Member Fee: $750 + GST
Non-Member Fee: $900 + GST

REGISTRATION FORM - THEORY

REGSITRATION FORM - LABS

Location Sask Energy/MCAS Joint Training Ctr. - 1301 Quebec Ave