NATE Service and Troubleshooting Exam Course

$195.00

The HVAC Air Conditioning NATE service program focuses on the areas listed below. The North American Technician Excellence (NATE) service exam comprehensively assesses technician skills and knowledge of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC/R). This section of the Certified HVAC Professional air conditioning exam (CHP-5)- NATE Service is comprehensive. The skills you have acquired through online training and preparation are paired with your ability to solve troubleshooting scenarios with more than one symptom. In the field, it is unlikely that a technician will find a single issue with only a single cause. For instance, a mechanically defective residential air conditioning compressor may have failed due to an incorrect refrigerant charge, system airflow discrepancy, or simply a defect from unknown causes that are yours to sort out after the completion of repairs.

Starting now, you will be tasked with sorting out increasingly complex scenarios!

The HVAC Air Conditioning NATE service program focuses on the areas listed below. The North American Technician Excellence (NATE) service exam comprehensively assesses technician skills and knowledge of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC/R).

This section of the Certified HVAC Professional air conditioning exam (CHP-5)- NATE Service is comprehensive. The skills you have acquired through online training and preparation are paired with your ability to solve troubleshooting scenarios with more than one symptom. In the field, it is unlikely that a technician will find a single issue with only a single cause.

For instance, a mechanically defective residential air conditioning compressor may have failed due to an incorrect refrigerant charge, system airflow discrepancy, or simply a defect from unknown causes that are yours to sort out after the completion of repairs.

Starting now, you will be tasked with sorting out increasingly complex scenarios!

Topics discussed in this course are:

Planned Maintenance

  • Air Filtration
  • Air Treatment and Purification
  • Belt Drive Systems
  • Cleaning Coils
  • Combustion Evaluation
  • Compressor Motor Evaluation
  • Condensate Drain Maintenance
  • Delta T Interpretation
  • Diagnostics
  • Diffusers, Registers, And Grills Maintenance
  • Electric Motor and Blower Maintenance
  • Electrical Planned Maintenance
  • Evaluating Airflow and Air Delivery
  • Gas Furnace Controls
  • Indoor Blower and Blower Maintenance
  • Inspection Patterns RTU, Heat Pumps, Split System, Condensing Units, Refrigerant Lines, Coils
  • Maintenance Of Installed Accessories
  • Refrigerant Charge Diagnostics
  • Superheat And Subcooling Interpretation
  • Temperature Rise Interpretation
  • Total External Static Pressure Measurements

 

Troubleshooting

  • Air Noise Pollution
  • Conditioned Air Temperature Instability
  • Evaluation Of Hermetic Compressor Problems
  • Heat Pumps
  • High Utility Bills
  • Humidity (Latent Heat) Complaints
  • Noise Pollution
  • Performance Evaluation
  • Temperature Drop Example
  • Temperature Rise Example
  • The Sequence of Operation For Air Conditioning, Heat Pump, Fossil Fuel (Including Oil) Furnaces, And Electric Strip Heating
  • Vibrations

 

Replacement Parts Evaluation

  • Bi-Flow Filter Drier
  • Control Transformers
  • Filter Drier Evaluation
  • Flame Sensing Rods
  • Heat Exchanger Problems
  • Heat Pump Defrost Controls
  • Induced Draft Motor
  • Motor Capacitors
  • Outdoor Fan Blades
  • Pilot Igniter Assembly
  • Refrigerant Metering Devices
  • Relays And Contactors
  • Reversing Valves and Solenoids
  • Safety Switches
  • Suction Line Filter Drier
  • Thermostatic Expansion Valves Evaluation and Replacement

 

A final exam is available after the course is completed. Completion certificates are prepared and sent to you within 24 hours of completion. It is recommended that students complete the training and preparation course and schedule their NATE examinations within a week or two.

 

 

 

 

Full Course Details

The HVAC Air Conditioning NATE service program focuses on the areas listed below. The North American Technician Excellence (NATE) service exam comprehensively assesses technician skills and knowledge of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC/R).

This section of the Certified HVAC Professional air conditioning exam (CHP-5)- NATE Service is comprehensive. The skills you have acquired through online training and preparation are paired with your ability to solve troubleshooting scenarios with more than one symptom. In the field, it is unlikely that a technician will find a single issue with only a single cause.

For instance, a mechanically defective residential air conditioning compressor may have failed due to an incorrect refrigerant charge, system airflow discrepancy, or simply a defect from unknown causes that are yours to sort out after the completion of repairs.

Starting now, you will be tasked with sorting out increasingly complex scenarios!

Topics discussed in this course are:

Planned Maintenance

  • Air Filtration
  • Air Treatment and Purification
  • Belt Drive Systems
  • Cleaning Coils
  • Combustion Evaluation
  • Compressor Motor Evaluation
  • Condensate Drain Maintenance
  • Delta T Interpretation
  • Diagnostics
  • Diffusers, Registers, And Grills Maintenance
  • Electric Motor and Blower Maintenance
  • Electrical Planned Maintenance
  • Evaluating Airflow and Air Delivery
  • Gas Furnace Controls
  • Indoor Blower and Blower Maintenance
  • Inspection Patterns RTU, Heat Pumps, Split System, Condensing Units, Refrigerant Lines, Coils
  • Maintenance Of Installed Accessories
  • Refrigerant Charge Diagnostics
  • Superheat And Subcooling Interpretation
  • Temperature Rise Interpretation
  • Total External Static Pressure Measurements

 

Troubleshooting

  • Air Noise Pollution
  • Conditioned Air Temperature Instability
  • Evaluation Of Hermetic Compressor Problems
  • Heat Pumps
  • High Utility Bills
  • Humidity (Latent Heat) Complaints
  • Noise Pollution
  • Performance Evaluation
  • Temperature Drop Example
  • Temperature Rise Example
  • The Sequence of Operation For Air Conditioning, Heat Pump, Fossil Fuel (Including Oil) Furnaces, And Electric Strip Heating
  • Vibrations

 

Replacement Parts Evaluation

  • Bi-Flow Filter Drier
  • Control Transformers
  • Filter Drier Evaluation
  • Flame Sensing Rods
  • Heat Exchanger Problems
  • Heat Pump Defrost Controls
  • Induced Draft Motor
  • Motor Capacitors
  • Outdoor Fan Blades
  • Pilot Igniter Assembly
  • Refrigerant Metering Devices
  • Relays And Contactors
  • Reversing Valves and Solenoids
  • Safety Switches
  • Suction Line Filter Drier
  • Thermostatic Expansion Valves Evaluation and Replacement

 

A final exam is available after the course is completed. Completion certificates are prepared and sent to you within 24 hours of completion. It is recommended that students complete the training and preparation course and schedule their NATE examinations within a week or two.

 

 

 

 

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