Tech 1 – Refrigeration & Communication
February 17, 2020 – February 19, 2020
Refrigeration & Communication
Trying to diagnose an air condition system is not always an easy task. Many experienced technicians and installation techs still rely on rules of thumb for temperatures and pressures. In this class, we will look at both refrigerant cycle issues and their relation to air-flow issues.
Each technician will receive charts containing the necessary information to successfully and properly diagnose and air conditioning systems. This chart will help in trouble-shooting and diagnostic of airflow issues, refrigerant restrictions, undercharge, overcharge, dirty condenser, non-condensable, restricted metering device, evaporator problems, and refrigerant cycle malfunctions. Including heat pumps, air condition systems, electrical components low & high Voltage.
When a customer hires your company to perform an AC maintenance they are looking for an AC expert to arrive at their home and perform proper maintenance with constructive feedback. GPS will walk you through a structured step by step maintenance call from before the technician arrives at the home until the final customer thank you. This process is a best practice that a technician should follow on EVERY call to maximize profitability for the company and improve customer satisfaction.
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