Duration - 40 Hours
» Fundamentals of HVAC
» Refrigeration Cycle
» HVAC load calculation
» O general load calculation
» Duct Designing
» kitchen hood ventilation
» Car parking ventilation
» Chillers/DX system
» District Cooling
» Drafting using AutoCAD
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) is an indoor and vehicular environmental comforting technology. The technology aims to provide thermal comfort and high indoor air quality. The techniques of ventilating a building is further divided into a few types as mechanical , forced, and natural ventilation that will provide optimal temperature throughout the day and night.
HVAC does the above function, through three different and integrated parts such as heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning at required points or wherever necessary. Installing, HVAC systems has become common in the recent days and also the required industry standard for construction of new buildings.
Today, HVAC systems are witnessed everywhere despite the type of environment including domestic and commercial. HVAC systems offers ventilation and balances pressure between vacuum spaces. This method of delivering air and removing spaces is called as room air distribution.
The course is designed to provide a deep understanding of real world solutions and has been tailored with simple yet realistic modules for effective and holistic implementation. It is a one of a kind career-advancing course program that will equip the learner with all the basic fundamentals of AC systems and design, the use of testing equipment, and the principles of mechanics, electricity, and electronics. Enabling, the learners to start off with a great professional career in this field.
The job of HVAC engineer will allow communicate directly with clients, work with engineering colleagues, technicians, design brand new systems, and create estimates, etc. Also, they can find a suitable job in design agencies, consulting firms, government offices, and HVAC equipment sales offices.
HVAC course curriculum is recommended for diploma holders, newly graduated engineers, and working professionals in the HVAC industry.