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Refrigeration Energy Efficiency

This Refrigeration Energy Efficiency training course is a 1 Day public programme, designed to give personnel operating refrigeration plant the keys to understand what is impacting the energy consumption of a refrigeration system, including HVAC chillers and low temperature chillers. It covers all aspects of industrial refrigeration system usage with regard to efficient operation.

Product Code:
EN02
Duration:
1 Day
Times:
09:30-16:30
Cost Includes:
Training course materials and after-training support
Contact Name:
Ann-Marie Ni Dhonnacha
Venue:
Limerick
Date:
X €375.00
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Course Contents:

  • Understand refrigeration cycle principles and the definitions of a plant performance.
  • Understand temperature lift and importance of condensing and evaporating set points.
  • Understand the impact of the auxiliaries equipment on the overall performance of the plant.
  • Knowledge of the part load performance of compressors, overview of different type of components, overview of control strategies, impact of operation and maintenance practices on a refrigeration’s plant energy usage.

On completion of this course you will be able to identify inefficiencies in system configuration and operation, identify and implement practical improvements to reduce cost of ownership with minimum investment and gain a complete understanding of how your system operates.

This Refrigeration Energy Efficiency training programme may be beneficial to all personnel who have a role in Energy Management and whose facility make use of Refrigeration or for those who assist in the management or maintenance of this technology – such as Plant engineers, Craft Technicians, Utilities operators, Energy Managers, Utilities managers, Design Engineers, Commissioning personnel, Energy Consultants & Project Engineers.

Classroom based, instructor lead, practical hands on course.

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