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HVAC Refrigeration Basics – YouTube

HVAC Refrigeration Basics Video

This video was created using some of the content in the Online HVAC Training Certificate Course | Refrigeration Basics (Note the course can be downloaded too, so after purchase and registration, you do not even need internet and the download version never expires!

with the complete HVAC certificate course, you gain a complete understanding of the refrigeration cycle and air conditioning cycle as well as air conditioning basics in this refrigeration course. Topics and details covered in this HVAC training course greatly assist in refrigerator and AC maintenance and repair.

  • With the downloaded version of the HVAC certificate course, you keep, so you can use for a reference to assist in Refrigerator Repair and AC Repair / Maintenance,
  • Yes, it is Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Cycle Basics, but it is in-depth coverage.
  • Both Vapor Compression Cycle and Absorption Refrigeration Cycle covered
  • The program would serve as an invaluable resource for anyone requiring knowledge on Refrigeration and Air Conditioning System.
  • Extensive 2D / 3D Graphics, Animations, Skill tests, Certificate printouts

Who benefits from this HVAC course?
Those in process and manufacturing and those in building trades industry, such as electrical engineers, plumbers and mechanics who are likely to be involved with refrigeration and air conditioning systems and controls, wanting to understand refrigeration and air conditioning systems basic operation. Also instructors and corporate training directors wanting to supplement their own HVAC course or even design a course around this material. Industrial and building maintenance, electricians installers and engineers may have need for this course. As well as Boilermakers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters, even Solar photovoltaic (PV) installers may have need. This refrigeration training course is a great starter for those interested in becoming an HVAC mechanic, HVAC contractors apprentice, installer or an AC repair technician working for an air conditioning contractor.

See more details at …

https://bin95.com/hvac-training.htm

 

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September 28, 2017 Posted by | Education, Electrical, maintenance, Mechanical, Skill Shortage | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Mechanical Engineering Career Aptitude Test

ME aptitude tests (MAT) are one of the most common, they measure knowledge of mechanical engineering technology, electrical, and physical concepts.

Source: Mechanical Engineering Career Aptitude Test

The article above covers how to study for the mechanical aptitude test (MAT) that are commonly used today. There is mechanical aptitude test preparation for Bennett (BMCT test), the Wiesen test (WTMA test), the Ramsay Corporation test and the Military’s ASVAB test preparation.

As well as the Military using the ASVAB for pre-screening, big corporations like Delta airlines, AT&T, Dupont, and Amtrak.

Bennett test (BMCT test) – Used for industrial and repair positions jobs.

Wiesen test (WTMA test) – Used in the operating, maintaining and repairing machinery industries, and deals more with day to day operations.

Ramsay test – Used to identify and sort potential candidates for trainee programs and apprenticeships.

ASVAB test – Used by the military as mechanical aptitude test.  Includes questions about general science, electronics information, auto information, shop information and mechanical comprehension.

November 28, 2016 Posted by | Education, engineering, maintenance, Mechanical, Skill Shortage | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Mechanical Engineering Educational Newsletters

Volume 1, 1st Edition:

A 6 page Mechanical Engineering news letter touching on …

mechanical-engineering-pdf-1e1

  • Protecting bearings from dust.
  • Open trickle chutes for damp bulk product.
  • Changing the service duty of a pump.
  • Flange bolting-up practices.
  • Maintenance costs capital moneys.

Each topic covers basics of mechanical engineering from a real world application perspective by a leading ME in the industry, Download Mechanical Engineering PDF now.

October 20, 2016 Posted by | engineering, maintenance, manufacturing, Mechanical, Skill Shortage | , , | 1 Comment

Free Hydraulic Classes Online | fluid power training

Free online VFD Basics: HowVFD works

Free online VFD Basics

Free online VFD Basics: HowVFD works These free hydraulic classes online are part of the full fluid power training certificate course CD or download (FPTrainer). A great start for new hydraulic technician training.

Source: Free Hydraulic Classes Online | fluid power training

November 21, 2015 Posted by | Education, engineering, maintenance, Mechanical | , , , | Leave a comment

What is Thermography

A thermal imager can provide a wealth of information that can improve efficiency, productivity, and safety with proper training. 

What is thermography

What is Thermography?

Infrared thermography is the use of an infrared thermal imaging system to detect, display, and record thermal patterns and temperature values across a given surface. The concept of infrared thermography is simple (how does thermal imaging work). All objects above absolute zero—or zero Kelvin—emit infrared radiation. While infrared energy is invisible to the human eye, it is detectable with a thermal imager, also known as an infrared camera. Infrared data obtained can be observed in real time or captured to videotape, PC card, or electronic media for post-analysis. Today’s modern thermal imagers are video camera- like devices, which often can fit in the palm of your hand. A thermal imager converts the invisible infrared imaging into a monochrome or multicolored image, which represents the apparent thermal patterns across the surface of the object being inspected. When recorded on photographic film or paper, these images are referred to as thermograms.

Read more at … What is Infrared Thermography.

December 28, 2014 Posted by | Education, Electrical, engineering, maintenance, manufacturing, Mechanical, safety, Thermography | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Mechanical Engineering Career Information | Education

Mechanical Engineering Career Information | Don Fitchett | LinkedIn.

  We have the topics below covered, what other topics would you like to see training material and courses for?

Infrared Inspection of Mechanical Systems

Best Practice Maintenance & Engineering 4 CD Set Reliability Training Program

Online Mechanical Training Videos

Online Welding Training Videos

Gas and Air Compressor Training CD

Centrifugal Pump Training Software

Heat Exchangers Basics Training

Mechanical Seal and Seal Selection Process Training

CBM and Condition Monitoring Techniques Training

Rotating Equipment Alignment Training

Industrial Valves Computer-Based Training

Steam Turbines & Governing Systems Training

Distillation Process and Equipment Training

Positive Displacement Pumps Training

Oil Exploration and Production Process Training

Industrial Hydraulics Training

EZ Hydraulic Schematics

Guide to Refinery Process Technologies – 2nd Edition

Industrial Hydraulic Systems and Circuits

Belt Bucket Elevator Design – 2nd Edition

Pumps (3 ebook set)

Handbook for Machining Equipment Maintenance

Bearings & Lubrication Explained

Rotating Machinery Long Life Basics

Heat Transfer Equipment Elementary

Metallurgy & Welding in Maintenance Overview

Plastics Application Fundamentals

Corrosion Control for Beginners

Dust Control Equipment & Methods

Thank you for your feedback.

December 12, 2014 Posted by | Education, engineering, maintenance, Mechanical, Skill Shortage | , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Industrial Pumps – Google+

Industrial Pumps – Google+. <<<< click to see and join the community.

Industrial Pumps - Google+

You may also be interested in Training Seminar:  Introduction to Pumps – Design, Application and Operation – Houston, TX – 10/21-22/2013

July 22, 2013 Posted by | Education, engineering, maintenance, manufacturing, Mechanical | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Free Pocket Maintenance Advisor for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad

Free Pocket Maintenance Adviser for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. <<< CLICK

iPhone Screenshot 1  iPhone Screenshot 2

All free industrial knowledge resources provided by Business Industrial Network (BIN95.com) of interest to maintenance, engineering and manufacturing in general. Includes a free copy of the Pocket Maintenance Adviser built in and a fun quiz to take after you read it. (Makes for a great maintenance reference too.)

Also includes a gateway to our industrial training videos hosted on YouTube. And as a bonus… Exclusive access to our Mobile VIP Program where we giveaway thousands of dollars in free training and promotions. Of course we interfaced many of our social media networks too so you can get free maintenance advice on the go, wherever you are. A must have App for Electricians, Mechanics, Engineers and Maintenance.

Share with your friends, because the more popular we see this App to be, the more valuable free App we’ll create in the near future. Thanks for trying it.

March 27, 2013 Posted by | Education, Electrical, engineering, maintenance, manufacturing, Mechanical, Skill Shortage | , , , , | 2 Comments

EXAIR Blog

Most facility’s compressed air systems have evolved over time. A spur added here a spur added there. Eventually pressure drop issues develop. Common practice is to increase the air pressure at the compressor. While it may address the symptom it does not address the problem and is very costly. For every 2 PSI increase in pressure requires 1% more energy.

A properly designed system will be a loop with spurs. This will ensure all airsystem

drops will share the air equally. The header loop should be able to carry all the air the compressor is capable of producing.  Best practices suggest the distribution header should be sized to allow an air velocity not to exceed 30 ft/second. The formula to calculate this is:

A =    144 * Q * Pa
       V *60 x (Pd +Pa)

Pipe Diameter = √ (A*4/3.14)

Where:

A = cross sectional area if the pipe bore in square…

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March 12, 2013 Posted by | Education, engineering, maintenance, Mechanical | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

   

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