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10 May Online HVAC Training



Online HVAC Training – The Basic Refrigeration Cyle. Want to really learn HVAC? Visit http:www.hvactrainingsolutions.net

37 Comments
  • bosthegr8
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Towards the end you said basically what you are doing is taking the heat from inside and dumping it where it isn't needed or something to that effect. Couldn't you put another heat exchanger in and dump that heat into a tank in your basement for domestic hot water and practically double the efficiency? Yes, you would need to add a tank in your basement and plumb to it but it would remove more heat from the super heated refrigerant cumming out of the compressor and it would be that much heat that would not be needed from the water heater. Why don't manufacturers do that? the heat exchanger would be under $200

  • 1treehill
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Great training , helped me on my  NATE-ICE

  • Joe Monahan
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Great video! Very informative!

  • draft galosa
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Thank you so much ūüôā

  • INTENTO JUARES
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    excellent educational video…Thank you Ron

  • brueit0
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Hi,
    The info you have provided has been clear, explicit, interesting and factual. This video has broadened my knowledge of refrigeration.I am a qualified electrical engineer  and repair numerous diverse electrical systems including refrigeration. The video is excellent many thanks

  • kavan shukla
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    thank u very much sir , may,God bless u for this wonderful efforts 

  • Dryfee
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Really nice video! I just wished you used Kelvin degrees!

  • Steven C. Cooper
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Nice work Brother – really nice work!

  • Reshad Nabi
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Hello Mr. Walker. Thanks a lot for taking your time making this wonderful video. It is very helpful, and can guide a lot of people like me, who want to become an HVAC tech. It will be even more appreciated if you could make some introductory videos on how to become a tech and some useful material through which you could endorse your services too. Keep the good job and caring for others!

  • Ashton Pollard
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    well done…best video I have seen. I liked the way you explained stuff….made it really easy, even for a hard head like myself..lol

  • Underdawgification
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    This is a better explanation of refrigeration than you would receive spending 2k to attend a class in Thermodynamics. It wasn't until I was working with ammonia gasses designing a special kind of engine that I fully understood air conditioning (by noticing that ammonia when expanding through a valve causes the vapor in air to freeze on the expansion valve because it's absorbing the heat from the surrounding air.) , I'm nevertheless refreshing my HVAC knowledge in order to hopefully score a job in the industry.

  • Yedu Krishna
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Thanks lot sir… It is really useful.¬†

  • Debbie Watford
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Thank you. My heat pump compressor failed. I watched tech. put new one in unit. Fasinated asking him questions how it worked. He did his best to explain it. Been watching videos for hours trying to understand the workings . THANK YOU VERY MUCH AND GOD BLESS YOU FOR YOU HAVE HELPED ME GREATLY.

  • Vake Adaia
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Thank you Ron, I am currently enroll for a refrigeration class,  for a NYC refrigeration license. Your explanation  made it so much simpler. Thanks again.

  • Carlos Franco
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Awesome video thank u!!!!!!

  • yusuff SOGBAIKE
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Thanks ron for your time taken to put this video together,i now understand fully,the basic refrigeration circle,pls can you post some video about LATENT HEAT OF VAPORISATION, AND SENSIBLE HEAT,I REALY NEED MORE EXPLANATION ON THAT  THANK YOU

  • Mohammad Aleem
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    excellant explanation

  • Sarah W
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Thank you for making this video now I understand my class so much better.

  • Jayson Sasotil
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Thankz ROn for this great video.. Please send me a module demo for all the lessons you posted via youtube.. thanx a lot

  • Craig Jackson
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    after attending a local hvac school,here in Pittsburgh pa, I've learned more then what I¬†¬†paid for, your knowledge and time spent explaining the basic functions, will help me in my current job…..and future thank you so much…..

  • Ronald Novesteras
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    good job Ron

  • brandon HVAC/ANTS
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    For those techs who don't understand super heat and sub cool it is a very important part of being a tech to understand it. I wouldn't call myself a tech if I didn't know it. Heat and pressure are directly related. You should always have a line clamp that gives you temperature a wet bulb dry bulb temp gauge and your gauges will show you the saturation levels. You can get an app on your phone to help calculate if you have the correct charge or not. I personally feel you should understand all of this before getting your license to carry freon. If you don't know how to calculate a charge you shouldn't be using freon.

  • Gene F
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    awesome

  • Marcusyiu
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Thanks for sharing this outstanding video! Just don't understand why 100% liquid refrigerant became 25% vapor & 75% liquid after passing thru the metering device?! According to the video and gas law, when the refrigerant passed through a metering device, both the pressure and temperature will be reduced. My question is that if the temperature of the refrigerant is reduced, how can liquid refrigerant be turned into vapor state?? Please help?

  • Pamela Ann Damagan
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Hi Ron, Thank you for this video it really helps a lot specially in my case as an Electronics  Engineer that came from a Telecommunications industry then shifted to HVAC system where im currently employed for 2 weeks now, Im really really having a hard time understanding the  Refrigeration cycke and underlying principles i hope you had a  lectures about condensers and evaporators as well  god Bless! 

  • MyProbationOfficer
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Great video! Thanks for sharing.

  • eggsactlyrobin
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Thanks Ron for the all of the time you invested in making this video a hit.
    About the figure of the AC unit, it could be that the evap. coil fan sucks the room air over the coils and sends the cooler air back into the rooms via ducts, making the fan point in the other direction. This would better point out how the heat (molecules in motion) is removed.

  • Rosalinda Leialoha
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Great Training Video. Thank You!!

  • wayne dilbert
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    I love this training video. Please contact me and help me to get more of this training and the material related to the training. Thank you so very much, for providing this and all your training.

  • Mahesh Patel
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    VERY GOOD LESSON. THANKYOU. I WANT TO LEARN MORE.

  • Leo Torres Colon
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Very educational

  • 2norbee
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    wow!!! this is such a good training video, thank you Ron.

  • Cody Cook
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    I've never found such a good video. Great lesson! I now understand the process. I haven't been able to comprehend it, but you teach it better than most.

  • Rafie sediqi
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    thank you for this video 

  • Visar Kastrati
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    Hello Ron.
    im very very thankful for this educ.vid,im in the HVAC trade about 15 years,and man im stil learning somthing new about hvac.

  • Jeremy Douglas
    Posted at 12:44h, 10 May

    I have never fully understood how Air Conditioning works (as far as when/why the refrigerants would change state and how). I am an HVAC technician and this video has helped me so much! I finally understand the process completely! Taking the time at the beginning of the video to explain the pressures, what heat is, etc., helped lay down the foundation of AC. Best AC video ever! Thanks

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