Building Energy Management Training Systems
The Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVAC-R) industry is thriving. Newer control systems improve the energy efficiency and simplify the management. Technical and vocational schools must adapt their curriculum to match technological developments and environmental concerns in order to train skilled and knowledgeable workers. Realistic, hands-on learning is key to success. The HVAC-R line of training systems helps students learn principles and control of HVAC-R systems, and develop practical knowledge on how to install, maintain, and troubleshoot them.
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- General Description
- Topic Coverage
The Building Energy Management Training Systems form a complete introduction to direct digital control (DDC) of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. They cover the main control schemes used in building energy management. This includes single-zone and multi-zone control, constant air volume (CAV) systems, and variable air volume (VAV) systems. These modules allow students to acquire hands-on experience with a progressive approach to industrial HVAC control training on the most state-of-the-art equipment available to schools.
- All systems use actual residential, industrial, and commercial devices for real-life practice.
- Comprehensive curriculum with hands-on exercises accompanies each system.
- Each component is visible and used in a realistic context, thus promoting a better understanding.
- Electrical components are specific to the HVAC-R field, and mandatory electrical concepts are explained in the curriculum.
- Training follows recognized certifications such as HVAC Excellence, NATE, NOCTI, and NCCER, for better alignment to industry needs.
- HVAC systems
- Direct digital control
- Rooftop units and rooftop unit controllers
- Supervisory controllers
- Programmable controllers
- Humidity control
- Heating, cooling, and free cooling
- Smoke detection
- CO2 level detection
- Human-machine interfaces
- Alarms and trends
- Single-zone and multi-zone systems
- Constant air volume systems
- Pressure-dependent variable air volume systems
- Pressure-independent variable air volume systems
- Estimated program duration: 15 to 20 hours