When planning HVAC systems for larger types of buildings, there are special considerations to take into account, such as higher density of people, special lighting and equipment, and other conditions that all may potentially generate heat. As a result, in most commercial buildings, the air conditioning and recirculation of air in the space becomes more important than providing heat - this is somewhat dependent on the location of the building. This course will provide essential information regarding HVAC systems in the areas of commercial refrigeration, space heating, boilers and furnaces, as well as controls and interfaces. If you're involved in HVAC systems in the areas of design, construction, maintenance, or management, this course will be a key training experience for your career. As a result of completing this training, you will have a better understanding of these core areas of HVAC systems and will be able to successfully contribute to your company - in system design, overseeing construction/maintenance, and management.
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