Sequence of Operations

$190.00

The sequence of operation is the first line of diagnostics in a piece of robotic machinery, such as the commercial ice machine. In the case of the ice machine, the cycles needed to produce ice need to follow a preset order of steps and processes to make ice that, for all practical purposes, looks the same as every other piece of ice produced by the ice machine.

For maintenance inspections: Not understanding the specific sequence of operation for the model undergoing maintenance would prove to be challenging to understand the steps and actions that are correct and incorrect. As studied within this module, some machines utilize a complex series of steps within the sequence of operations.

For on-demand service calls: When the machinery malfunctions, lacking a component exploding or otherwise catching fire, the technician must follow along with the expected sequence of operation and expected operations. By observing the sequences as they are scheduled to appear, the technician can quickly pinpoint the failing step and then isolate the failed component.

The correct sequence of operations can only be determined using the manufacturer’s model-specific service manual. Therefore, the sequences outlined in these courses are generic to the manufacturer and vary by model. For instance, an air-cooled unitary condenser, air-cooled remote condenser, and water-cooled condensers have unique sequences to understand.

Of important note, each sequence of operation depends on the correct machine location and environment within the bounds of the manufacturer’s operating limits for ambient air, air circulation, and inlet water temperature. Therefore, if any anomalies are detected, first check that the operating conditions and equipment are met.

A partial list of topics included in this course are:

  • The sequence of operations common to many cubers.
  • The sequence of operation common to flake and nugget ice machines.
  • Identify the electrical, water, refrigeration, and water controls operated and controlled by the sequence of operation.
  • Introduction to common troubleshooting steps needed for each machine type to narrow the scope of maintenance or production issues.
  • Introduction to the refrigeration and electrical processes influenced by the unique sequence of operation.

Full Course Details

The sequence of operation is the first line of diagnostics in a piece of robotic machinery, such as the commercial ice machine. In the case of the ice machine, the cycles needed to produce ice need to follow a preset order of steps and processes to make ice that, for all practical purposes, looks the same as every other piece of ice produced by the ice machine.

For maintenance inspections: Not understanding the specific sequence of operation for the model undergoing maintenance would prove to be challenging to understand the steps and actions that are correct and incorrect. As studied within this module, some machines utilize a complex series of steps within the sequence of operations.

For on-demand service calls: When the machinery malfunctions, lacking a component exploding or otherwise catching fire, the technician must follow along with the expected sequence of operation and expected operations. By observing the sequences as they are scheduled to appear, the technician can quickly pinpoint the failing step and then isolate the failed component.

The correct sequence of operations can only be determined using the manufacturer’s model-specific service manual. Therefore, the sequences outlined in these courses are generic to the manufacturer and vary by model. For instance, an air-cooled unitary condenser, air-cooled remote condenser, and water-cooled condensers have unique sequences to understand.

Of important note, each sequence of operation depends on the correct machine location and environment within the bounds of the manufacturer’s operating limits for ambient air, air circulation, and inlet water temperature. Therefore, if any anomalies are detected, first check that the operating conditions and equipment are met.

A partial list of topics included in this course are:

  • The sequence of operations common to many cubers.
  • The sequence of operation common to flake and nugget ice machines.
  • Identify the electrical, water, refrigeration, and water controls operated and controlled by the sequence of operation.
  • Introduction to common troubleshooting steps needed for each machine type to narrow the scope of maintenance or production issues.
  • Introduction to the refrigeration and electrical processes influenced by the unique sequence of operation.

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