Air Conditioning Skills Trainer

Provides a basic understanding of a typical central air conditioning unit.

The Air Conditioner Skills Trainer includes the basic components of a typical air conditioning unit. The trainer includes a hermetic compressor, forced-air condenser, liquid receiver, filter dryer, moisture/liquid indicator, thermostatic expansion valve, blower-type forcedair evaporator, temperature controller, and pressure controller. The control panel includes a variable evaporator fan speed control, indicator light, compressor switch, power switch, and power breaker.

The system is designed to be assembled, tested, and disassembled by one or two students performing a series of tasks.

Skills development areas:

  • Wiring
  • Piping
  • Evacuating
  • Charging
  • Testing and troubleshooting


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Features & Benefits

  • Trainer equipped to teach skills of wiring, piping, evacuating, charging, testing, and troubleshooting
  • Contains all major components used in central air conditioning units; including a hermetic condensing unit (hermetic compressor, forced-air condenser, liquid receiver), filter dryer, moisture/liquid indicator, strainer, capillary controller, forced air evaporator, blower, temperature controller, low-pressure controller, and air ducts
  • Shipped in kit form, partially assembled
  • R-134a Refrigerant
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AET Labs is an advisor and value-added reseller inspired to bring real-world industry experience to education with end-to-end technology lab solutions. We are application specialists, service technicians and knowledgeable consultants who combine experience, curated product lines, and the ability to implement with professionalism and forward thinking. As a partner to New England education visionaries since 2005, we value educating future generations.

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