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    Chiller Training

    Any one have recommendation for Intro to chiller training
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    some manf. offer teardown classes, if you're union, most halls have classes. there is a little info left on the internet, and i believe a company called entech has some classes

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    I believe JCI offers York chiller classes. Available thru their JCI Institute.

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    Any good software, or books to recomend?

    I have to check out JCI and entech
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    I have some decent training guides I can send you if you want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by absrbrtek View Post
    I have some decent training guides I can send you if you want.
    that would be great

    my email in my profile let me know what you need from me.

    Thanks again
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    I though the theory side of the McQuay WMC course I took was very good.
    I see you're not that far from Staunton.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy S. View Post
    I though the theory side of the McQuay WMC course I took was very good.
    I see you're not that far from Staunton.
    Were?
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    The chiller courses offered by Trane in Lacrosse, WI. are some of the best available. But there not cheap and you better be prepared to take in a lot of information fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fcs View Post
    Any good software, or books to recomend?

    I have to check out JCI and entech
    Trane offers courses on centrifugals up in Lacrosse and on screws out in Pueblo, but they are somewhat intermediate to advanced. For an intro to chillers, they have some pretty good literature from the A/C clinic course given at all of the factory offices. They should be available separately so you don't have to take the whole course or buy all the books. The literature numbers are:
    Chilled Water Systems TRG-TRC016-EN
    Centrifugal Water Chillers TRG-TRC010-EN
    Helical Rotary Water Chillers TRG-TRC012-EN

    I don't have them in pdf, or I'd send them to you.

    I do have the power point centravac courses I used to teach when I worked for Trane, but I think the files are too big. If you want them, I could probably send them to you on a disk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fcs View Post
    Were?
    Staunton, Virginia is McQuays' headquarters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChillerWisperer View Post
    Trane offers courses on centrifugals up in Lacrosse and on screws out in Pueblo, but they are somewhat intermediate to advanced. For an intro to chillers, they have some pretty good literature from the A/C clinic course given at all of the factory offices. They should be available separately so you don't have to take the whole course or buy all the books. The literature numbers are:
    Chilled Water Systems TRG-TRC016-EN
    Centrifugal Water Chillers TRG-TRC010-EN
    Helical Rotary Water Chillers TRG-TRC012-EN

    I don't have them in pdf, or I'd send them to you.

    I do have the power point centravac courses I used to teach when I worked for Trane, but I think the files are too big. If you want them, I could probably send them to you on a disk.
    that would be great
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChillerWisperer View Post
    Staunton, Virginia is McQuays' headquarters.
    OK didn't know that
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