Danish Technological Institute (DTI) is one of the world’s largest private institutes supplying technological services on heat pump and refrigeration technologies and the use of natural refrigerants. Besides carrying out consultancy and research on energy and climate issues, the centre for Refrigeration and Heat Pump Technology also has special expertise in testing according to internationally recognized standards and carrying out training courses.
Choose from a wide variety of training courses covering basic as well as specialized knowledge on refrigeration technology, heat pump technology, and the use of natural refrigerants, including CO2 (R744) and NH3 (R717). The training courses provide you with new skill sets and the latest know-how on current topics. The courses offer a combination of theory and practical hand-on exercises on different training plants, where you get to grapple with starting and regulating the plants as well as trouble shooting.
The theoretical presentations and hands-on lessons are carried out by DTI experts in refrigeration technology. The team consists of a mix of engineers and refrigeration engineers, who have a wide and varied range of international experience and expertise.
The training courses are held at DTI in Aarhus, Denmark.
On demand workplace training courses
DTI also offers on demand courses for companies with the purpose of providing specific skill sets or specialized knowledge in selected fields of expertise.
The on demand courses can be held at the premises of DTI in Denmark or in some cases at the premises of your company. For information and quotation, please contact Svenn Hansen, Danish Technological Institute: +45 7220 1267 / email@example.com.
Get an overview of DTI training courses: www.dti.dk/43108
Training courses on natural refrigerants:
- Refrigeration plant with CO2, theory and hands-on.
For more information and registration: www.dti.dk/33264
- Refrigeration plant with NH3, theory and hands-on
For more information and registration: www.dti.dk/33989
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