Professional Diploma Course in HVAC
Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)Course
HVAC Advanced course provides insight into the HVAC Designing, HVAC Drafting, HVAC installation and HVAC Servicing of HVAC systems.
The HVAC Course is aimed to provide students with advanced abilities. In order to prepare students for the industry ready, we offer three live active HVAC projects as well as site visits with case studies. Each student will receive a guaranteed Paid Internship in several HVAC industries at the conclusion of the HVAC course.
1. Categories of AC : All Air / All Water / Air- Water/ DX
2. Building Survey
3. Heat Load and Cooling Load Calc: Manual/ E-20 / HAP / CHVAC
4. Blower Calculation
5. Area Statement or Heat load Reports (Excel)
6. Air Terminals Units
• Types Of Air Terminals
• Selection of air terminals as per room
Selection Of Duct Materials
• Duct gauges concept and material
• Classification of Ducts and application
• Duct insulation materials
• Duct acoustics concept and application
• Sound attenuator selection
• Plenum box sizing
• VAV Selection
• Fan and pump Laws
• Types of dampers , selection
• Duct Routing- Preparation of single line diagram
• Layout preparation as per smacna
• Legends and duct supports
• Duct Opening
• Grilles and Diffusers
• Dehumidifier selection
• Estimation and Costing
• Types of ventilation
• Toilet Exhaust / Kitchen Exhaust / Car Parking
• Restaurant System Design
• Stairwell Pressurization Designing
• Selection and Design of Exhaust / Ventilation
• Estimation and Quantity Survey
• Pipe sizing
• Ref-net Joint
• Circuit Design
• Types of Chillers and installation standards
• Open and closed loop system
• GPM calculation
• Dual and Mag-lev Compressors and sensors used in chiller
• New Technologies in chiller
• Chilled beam designing and application
• Estimation and costing
• Classification of Chilled water piping
• CHW piping material and application
• CHW pipe sizing ( as per standards)
• Pump head Calculation
• Calc for pump selection
• CHW pipe insulation types and application
• Common leader pipe sizing
• CHWS & CHWR pipe routing and layout
• Valves used in CHW
• District cooling pipe design concept
• Expansion tank sizing , selection , application .
• Estimation and costing
• Types of AHUs and installation and Standards
• AHU hook –up / Fan/ Blower static calc
• Coil selection / Blower fan selection
• Filers and MERV ratings
• Economizer and Sensors used in control system
• Tower selection procedure as per application
• Tower pipe sizing
• Condenser pump selection and calculation
15. QS Reports
16. Different types of BOQs and Report, Contractor/ Consultant / Supplier or Manufacturer
17. QC reports
18. Non conventional cooling system
• Evaporative cooling
• Mist Cooling
• Radient Cooling
19. System selection
20. HVAC Equipments
21. Commissioning of All systems
22. Codes and Standards
23. Sustainability Codes and standards
24. Examples for different types of designs
25. Technical Sales and BOQs
26. Tender Documents / Tender Specs
27. Project Management
The course is designed in such a way that participants not only get design knowledge but also the execution and planning concepts. Moreover it covers HVAC Design, HVAC Planning, HVAC Site execution and Maintenance concepts as well. During the 8-week course, students will learn a number of advanced skills such as designing and implementing of HVAC systems using software’s like HAP, Duct Sizer, Pipe Size and manual calculations, and the use of psychometric processes.
Career scope and; Jobs in HVAC:
Think about it every building need Air Conditioning, Heating or Ventilation, with concept of envelop building ventilation becomes essential. HVAC is mandatory for Data centres, Hospitals, clean rooms, phrma Industries etc.
The U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS 2021) projects that openings for HVAC technicians will grow 5 percent nationally between 2020 and 2030, which is just slightly slower than the average for all occupations (8 percent). This growth is due to a bustling construction industry that requires the skills of HVAC technicians and contractors in building new homes.
In addition, since most HVAC systems endure between 10 and 15 years, homes constructed between 2006 and 2010 will start needing new systems. Retrofitting of machinery and systems to make them more energy-efficient and free of banned refrigerants will probably occur as a result of today's emphasis on pollution reduction.
Ans: Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics Graduates are eligible in HVAC industry.
Ans: There is no age limit for the course.
Ans: Yes, we do provide site visits for understanding of HVAC Site execution and Maintenance concepts.
Ans: Yes, placement assistance will be provided during HVAC training.
Ans: Yes, we are into HVAC industry since 2014 providing consulting service to various IT, Pharma and industrial projects…..During course students can work as a trainee with us.
Ans: Maximum 8 students in a Batch.