HAC 102 - Refrigeration Systems
3 Lecture Hours 4 Lab Hours
Prerequisites: HAC 101
This is a course in the design and functions of major components of residential and commercial refrigeration. Topics include the low, medium and high temperature ranges, various defrost systems, specialized system components for commercial refrigeration, recovery and recycling of refrigerants and system operations for charging and servicing.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Follow safety procedures when working with refrigerants and air-acetylene brazing equipment.
- Diagnose the operation and limitations of refrigeration systems design, function, and service.
- Use test equipment, tools and instruments and follow procedures necessary to maintain and repair refrigeration equipment.
- Electrical Control Circuits
- Manifold Connections to a Refrigeration System
- Compressor Service Valve Positions
- Identify and Describe the Various Parts of a System
- Pressure Device Adjustments for Control and Safety
- Refrigeration System Operations
Approved By: Murphy, Michael Date Approved: 03/19/2008
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