HVAC - Refrigerant Diagnostics
* Registration open until 6/20/22 at 5:00 PM (EDT)
Wednesday, June 22
9:00am - 4:00pm
Cost: $169 Members | $209 Non-Members
Five (5) CAPS, CAM, CAS, CALP, CAMT continuing education credits per session
Designed for All Skilled Level Technicians and Service Professionals Who Perform Maintenance. Seating Limited!
This refrigerant diagnostics session is a full-day review of the refrigerant circuits and components in split-system air conditioners and heat pumps. Participants will understand circuit flow and learn test measurements that assure the most accurate and time-effective diagnosis of refrigerant issues. Using various OEM charging charts to determine system conditions in multiple exercises will reinforce the use of pressures, superheat, and subcooling to identify system failures. The importance of proper indoor airflow and an easy airflow measurement technique is discussed. Compressor diagnostics and replacement procedures are included. Employ a consistent test strategy for any indoor comfort system complaint using the procedures learned in this session.
*Bring your manifold gauge set and safety glasses for an equipment calibration test during the class day.
Circuit analysis using superheat and subcooling
Evaporator heat load variations
Testing thermostatic expansion valve flow and response
Compression ratio and sound characteristics
Condenser heat load variations
Identifying refrigerant restrictions
Diagnosing reversing valve failures
Major repair procedures
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About your instructor, David Cameron
David Cameron, CM, RSES, is the owner of David Cameron HVACR Training, LLC. Mr. Cameron has provided on-site - hands-on training courses/seminars in the Southeast region since April 2014. During his years as an Independent Skills Instructor and Field Technical Representative, he trained hundreds of HVAC personnel on subjects ranging from equipment installation and diagnostics to comfort system design.
David is certified by (NATE) North American Technician Excellence in eight specialties, including Senior HVAC Efficiency Analyst. He is a 20-year Certificate Member of Refrigeration Service Engineers Society and a proctor for the CFC certification exam. David holds certifications in electrical and Advanced Level Technician credentials from the North Carolina Heat Pump Skills Center.