293 Water Treatment for HVACR Systems II
(21 instructional hours to be completed within 60 days)
Water is a major component in many types of HVACR systems. The quality and suitability of that water is critical to ensure the reliable and efficient operation of those systems. This intermediate levelcourse introduces you to the concepts, information and procedures you need to know to understand the importance of water quality. You will learn, in detail, about the attributes of water and its relationship to HVACR systems. Specific water quality requirements are discussed and methods of controlling and creating suitable water quality conditions are introduced. Instruction aligns with ACCA Quality Installation and ACCA/ ASHRAE Standard 180. This course is recognized for 21 hours of continuing education (CEHs) applicable to NATE re-certification. Modules cover:
Objectives: Each module begins with a description or overview of the learning module and a list of learning objectives addressed within that module. As you study, focus on the stated learning objectives.
Industry Competencies: All courses are aligned with the National Standards for HVACR Education and the Building Performance industry as formulated by numerous industry groups such as ANSI/ACCA Quality Standards, ANSI/ ACCA/ ASHRAE Standard 180, AHRI, HVAC Excellence, PAHRA, PHCC, RSES, and others.
Textbook Reference: https://www.hvacrassets.net/Textbook/TextbookPage081021.pdf