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CITS0931             Pneumatic Systems Energy Efficient Engineering/Re-engineering


Class Type            Engineering/Service


System                   Mechanical HVAC Systems


Duration                4.5 Days


Class Audience    Mechanical Systems Maintenance Persons interested in energy efficient engineering/retrofitting Pneumatic Control Systems at their sites, Electronic Technicians responsible for installing/servicing HVAC Automation Systems


Offered At             Customer site or St Paul


# of Students        Minimum 5, Maximum 8


Cost                        $1990 per person at site, $1290 per person St Paul


Pre-requisites      CITS0921


Brief                      The Class starts with an exhaustive overview of a Pneumatic Control System.  The class then immediately gets into a confident discussion of improving a pre-existing Pneumatic Control System.  The elements of such an approach are developed painstakingly.  It is pointed out how a creative/positive approach is initiated and how it materializes in actual control systems.  This is demonstrated by precept and example.  In each case the instructor leads the discussion with this CITS exclusive approach using challenging control specifications that motivate the students to follow a questioning/probing approach to actual powerful solutions.  Students then test their solutions on actual hardware. 


The basic objective of the class is to fine-tune/retrofit/design a Pneumatic Control System of any complexity from and energy efficiency point of view.  The class discusses the purpose, use and application of all pneumatic engineering tools such as pneumatic relays, controllers, final control devices pneumatic switches, sensors and accessories that are used in this process.  As can be imagined each class of pneumatic devices and accessories is quite large.  But the discussion is always from an abstract analytical point of view so that the students get an insight into the nature of a whole preexisting class of devices from the discussion of just one of them! 


Since control systems efficiency is a major concern in this class, special emphasis is placed on discussions of the premier mechanical systems, namely, the VAV Systems.  


Objectives             Upon completion of the course the student will be able to:


·         Analyze a Pneumatic Control System of any complexity

·         Evaluate a Pneumatic Control System for efficiency of operation

·         Fine-tune/retrofit/design a Pneumatic control system of any complexity                         

·         Test/checkout/calibrate a Pneumatic Control System of any complexity

·         Perform all Repair and Replacement functions for a Pneumatic Control System

·         Understand fully and work fully with the functioning of a VAV Control System





·         Pneumatic Control Systems Overview

·         Specialized Pneumatic Hardware such as switches and relays

·         VAV Control systems

·         Enthalpy Control Systems

·         Fan Systems Control

·         Static Pressure Control

·         Sensor and non-sensor inputs

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