Mechanical Automation Systems > CITS0911
Class Type Basic Operation
System Mechanical HVAC Systems
Duration 2.5 Days
Class Audience Operators of Mechanical HVAC Systems, Mechanical Systems Maintenance Persons, Electronic Technicians responsible for installing/servicing HVAC Automation Systems
Offered At Customer site or St Paul
# of Students Minimum 5, Maximum 8
Brief The Class starts with an exhaustive definition of Air Conditioning. This is followed by a critical discussion of pneumatic air supply and its maintenance. This is followed by a comprehensive discussion of thermostats, which is the major focus of this class. Just about every type of thermostat is discussed including the hardware, the settings, applications, operation, calibration, trouble shooting and maintenance. The class also discusses the final control assemblies in pneumatics.
Every training module is supported by in-depth review questions and hands-on lab exercises.
A major emphasis of the class is maintenance and repair of mechanical pneumatic systems. The class is quite detailed and busy as it covers a very large set of topics. However, because of CITS exclusive training methodology the class moves at a relaxed pace without any stress for any student.
Objectives Upon completion of the course the student will be able to:
· Define all major functions of any Pneumatic Control System
· Understand all basic thermostat Control System concepts
· Setup and test a thermostatic Pneumatic Control System
· Calibrate any thermostat for any thermostatic control system
· Test and checkout a thermostatic Pneumatic Control System
· Perform all Repair and Replacement functions for a thermostatic Pneumatic Control System
· Air Conditioning and Air Conditioning Concepts
· Pneumatic Air Supply Hardware and Concepts
· Thermostats/Hardware and Concepts
· Thermostat Calibration
· Ultimate Control Devices/Hardware and Concepts
· Pneumatic Reset Systems
· Mathematical and Pneumatic Reference Information