A/C & AirFlow Webinars
THE Total A/C System Performance Series
NEXT LIVE SESSION: Not planned
Part 1: The Big Picture: Click HERE for slides, no video recording available
For a FREE copy of an A/C Applications Guide click HERE.
With sky-rocketing energy costs, restricted capital/replacement budgets, and the omnipresent concern for the bottom line, it is now more critical than ever to achieve the highest performance out of A/C and heat pump systems. You might think this is easier said than done, but that is not necessarily true! TruTech will get you there with a clear understanding of the concepts.
Based on our popular national live, national trainings and presentations and 3 years worth of results from thousands of contractor tests, TruTech Tools, LTD is proud to present a NEW four part series to help contractors, auditors and utility personnel learn how to:
measure system performance
increase system efficiency
reduce electrical consumption
shave peak loads
extend equipment service life
increase customer comfort and satisfaction
all while expanding sales, profitability and service contract opportunities
A/C System Performance Testing- Part 1: The Big Picture
Understanding the problem and justifying the need for a System Performance approach. What are the market drivers? The A/C system has several sub-systems and each must be understood and working in harmony with the others to achieve optimum performance.
A/C System Performance Testing- Part 2: AirFlow
Understanding proper AirFlow set up and measurement is at the core of AC System performance.
A/C System Performance Testing- Part 3: Refrigerant Charge
Beyond AirFlow the other key factor to optimizing A/C System Performance is understanding how to determine, measure and set the proper refrigerant charge in a system and measurement is at the core of AC System performance. Proper evacuation equipment and processes are critical to achieving the highest system efficiency.
A/C System Performance Testing- Part 4: Capacity Testing
The HVAC industry sells capacity (cooling tons), but how often is actually measured in the field? Using proper tools and techniques and a few calculations or appropriate software, technicians can now accurately measure cooling tons in minutes.