The two-day sessions will take place during the first quarter of 2019.
Emerson's Helix Innovation Center in Dayton, Ohio.
U.S. component supplier Emerson announced it will run two-day CO2 refrigeration training courses in four U.S. States – Georgia, California, New York and Wisconsin – during early 2019.
The courses will cover both transcritical and subcritical applications, while providing an introduction to CO2 as a refrigerant, according to Emerson. Safe handling, maintenance, charging a CO2 system, oil management, gas-cooler control and start- up/shut-down procedures will also be explored. Emerson will also give an update on refrigerant regulations and codes.
The two-day training take place:
Other course goals include: mastery of terminology (transcritical, supercritical, subcritical, flash gas); mapping CO2 cascade and transcritical systems; and optimizing the efficiency of CO2 in warm-ambient temperatures.
The fee for the course is $700 per person (including course materials, breakfast and lunch).
Online registration opens on November 1 and can be found by clicking here.