APR 211 - HVAC Systems 2
This is the second course of a four term sequence in HVAC theory and application. Course focuses on the design of HVAC residential and commercial systems. Emphasis will be placed on the `sizing’ of HVAC systems for specific applications. In addition, soldering and brazing will be covered, along with techniques of fusing copper, brass, and plastic. This class is designed for Oregon state-recognized apprentices employed in the HVAC/R trade.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
1. Perform heat loss and gain calculations.
2. Properly design mechanical duct systems.
3. Select proper tools and equipment for HVAC/R installations.
4. Demonstrate proper brazing and soldering techniques.
5. Use techniques and materials required for the proper fusion of plastic pipes.
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