HVAC Troubleshooting Algorithm
What you'll learn
- Logical, Step by Step Troubleshooting System that will allow you to identify the issue three times faster
- Familiarity with HVAC Systems
This course is designed to help a technician to troubleshoot an HVAC system. Using step-by-step approach, we address both common problems and the ones often overlooked. We start without tools, simply by feeling, hearing and looking. Then we move onto using actual tools.
The attendee will be shown diagrams which help to make sense of instructions pertaining to performance of certain procedures necessary to properly troubleshoot an HVAC system.
We discuss temperature probes, refrigeration gages, an anemometer, an airflow hood, information they provide and steps necessary to achieve an accurate diagnosis of the problem.
We touch on superheat and sub-cooling as well.
Have you gone to fix an AC unit only to get a call back a day or two later with a complaint the unit is still not working?
Do you have an AC unit on your property which seems to have had every part replaced and still not working?
Do you want to advance your knowledge base by acquiring the troubleshooting tools that you will be using again and again saving you time and money?
Logical, step by step troubleshooting method taught by the HVAC instructor with more than 30 years of experience.
The money spent on this webinar will we recouped just in one service call!
"During my over 30 year HVAC teaching career I’ve encountered lots of questions regarding troubleshooting HVAC systems. I realized that many of these questions repeat themselves and I developed a logical, step by step troubleshooting system which I will share with you."
Julio Herrera, Instructor
Who this course is for:
- HVAC Professionals, HVAC Technicians, Maintenance Personal
Julio Herrera is the co-founder of AirCon Academy and an experienced vocational-technical skills instructor for over 30 years.
In 1979 Julio enlisted in the US NAVY where he acquired necessary skills in maintaining and servicing various types of air conditioning systems, air handlers, chillers, hydraulics/pneumatics systems, pumps, and boilers.
After the Navy, Julio made a decision to continue his career as a building engineer with Washington Metropolitan Air Transit Authority (WMATA) where he developed a passion for teaching. He felt strongly about sharing and passing his knowledge to others and taught HVAC systems, Refrigeration, Electrical Motors, Schematics, Basic Electricity, and Heat Pumps, as well, as prep courses for CFC Universal and R410-A and other refrigerants to over 9,000 students during his teaching career.
Julio Herrera believes that the online technical skills training school without walls “AirCon Academy” will provide the opportunity to learn HVAC trade to everyone, any place, any time, on any device.
“I enjoy teaching and seeing how information and knowledge which I give to my students, changes their confidence at a workplace, enhances careers and improves their financial state. I am proud of my students who are now owners of HVAC companies, directors of building engineering, or just extraordinary HVAC professionals who can troubleshoot the equipment, fix it if needed, and suggest improvements to its maintenance”
Licenses and Certifications:
Masters Mechanical VA , USA
Masters Refrigeration MD, USA
Certified Training Generalist Certificate (Langevin Learning Services)
Certified Instructional Designer/Developer Certificate (Langevin Learning Services)
Master Instructor Certificate (Langevin Learning Services)