All candidates must have completed Technology 1, Electrical 1, Technology 2, and Electrical 2 Courses.
On successful completion of this course the student will have the necessary knowledge and practical skills to perform more of the advanced aspects of the trade related to central plants / ducted / indirect systems. Chillers, air delivery systems, filtration, water reticulation systems form the focal point of this course. Some of the technical aspects include bearings and basic lifting. This course is the third phase of the diploma course but may be used alone ending at this level.
Product classifications and relative humidity in refrigeration applications, multiplex refrigeration systems, refrigeration and air conditioning system burn out procedures, central and industrial air conditioning systems, maintenance schedules, air distribution equipment, air cleaning equipment and filtration, lubrication, water reticulation equipment, pipe grooving, ventilation and ventilation rate, determination and measurement, airflow measurement, heating, basic psychrometrics and variable volume systems, water treatment methodology and systems.
Examples of Skills:
Air flow balancing, developing and applying maintenance schedules, burn out procedures, ventilation rate measurement, air flow measurements, installation of unitary systems, commissioning, lubrication, fans and pumps and basic psychometrics, pipe grooving.