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Introduction to Air Conditioning (IAC)

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3 Days
Course Overview
This City & Guilds accredited course will provide an understanding of Air Conditioning Systems and the processes involved. It will also promote the knowledge required to carry out or manage work on the various systems encountered.
Who is This Course For?
This is aimed at staff who are involved with working on or overseeing work on Air Conditioning Systems; enabling delegates to not only understand the theory and safety related aspects, but also to be able to do the job.
Day Morning Afternoon
One
  • Introduction
  • Basic Physics & Air Conditioning Principles
  • 4 Basic Processes to Air Conditioning
  • Complete Air Conditioning Systems
  • Measuring Instruments
Two
  • Introduction to Psychrometry & Processes
  • Worked Examples of Psychrometry
  • Balancing Theory
  • Basic Control Theory
Three
  • Associated Regulations & Documentation
  • Tutorial
  • Psychrometry Assessment(s)
  • Theory Assessment(s)
  • Introduction to basic mechanical and thermodynamic physics
  • Introduction to psychrometry and use of psychrometric charts
  • Air conditioning system components
  • Principles of air conditioning
  • Associated regulations
  • Types and practical use of measuring instruments
  • Balancing of air conditioning distribution systems
Prior to attending this course we recommend you have the following:
Everything you require for this course is provided

Course Training Team

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Andy Cresswell

Mechanical Training Manager

Andy has over 36 years experience in the Mechanical Industry. He is a qualified mechanical engineer, and has worked within various Mechanical roles spanning over 23 years. Read More...

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