Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanics – Sealed System Mechanics
Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics install, maintain, repair and overhaul residential central air conditioning systems, commercial and industrial refrigeration and air conditioning systems and combined heating, ventilation and cooling systems. They are responsible for following blueprints and connecting systems to fuel and water supply lines, air ducts, and other components.
This non-vocational course introduces the student to the theory, installation, and design, operation, troubleshooting, and repair of closed/sealed refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Students will learn to test and repair various components; such as hermetic compressors, condensers, capillary tubes, expansion valves, driers, receivers/accumulators, evaporators, thermostats, defrost timers, etc. Students will also learn the safe handling of refrigerants; as well as proper soldering/brasing techniques. Students will also learn the proper use of leak testers, manifold gauges, vacuum pumps, etc. Students will also learns proper methods of changing and evacuating systems; as well as other specialized testing/ safety equipment.
Students who complete our structured Pre-Apprenticeship course will receive theory instruction together with the hands-on training methodology taught by highly trained instructors.
In this non-vocational course, you will receive training on Sealed System Mechanics. We are the only college in Canada to instruct on Refrigerant Sealed Systems.
Course Cost: Please call our admissions office.
This is an all-inclusive price including applicable taxes, tuition and book fees. Prices are subject to change.
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