View Full Version : Looking for Direction
03-31-2010, 09:57 PM
Hi. I started with a new company recently and they have a lot of accounts with Centrifugal Chillers, and screws. I have experience with mostly 30gt chillers and some time with York screws. I would like to try and read up on some of these different types of units and am looking for a good training course to take don't know if any one has some recommendations.
04-01-2010, 12:08 PM
Do a search for chiller training. There have been a few threads on here on that subject. Everyone says Entech in Texas has great programs but I haven't gotten to go to one yet. Good luck.
04-01-2010, 08:38 PM
Didn't even occur to me to search for threads.(That's what I get for trying to surf the net for info when I am tired) Thanks.
Will you be able to spend some time with the Grey beards (Chiller mechanics)? Entech has a pretty good program, I took a class from Johnson Controls that covered all brands and was a good beginners class. I don't know if this class is still offered. I took the class in the early 90's.
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