This training program is the selection of the pre-defined courses on the Refrigeration Fundamentals which will provide you in-depth knowledge on the subject.The program consists of eLessons and self-study PowerPoint courses. In order to complete the program you should take the specified below courses. The Refrigeration Fundamentals Training Program will give you the knowledge of:Physical principles and fundamentals of refrigeration; thermodynamics; refrigeration terms; Lop(P)-h diagram; refrigerants and their properties; introduction to commercial refrigeration system; introduction to the main components and their functions and more… eLessons
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Want to know more about industrial refrigeration with ammonia? The IR application tool is an interactive PowerPoint slideshow that takes you through all details of a two-stage ammonia plant. By clicking on a specific area of the plant, you will be provided with detailed cut-away drawings and information on the specific valves required. You will also find useful links to technical literature, product animations and videos.