HVAC Analysis II Technician Training is a fifty (50) hour course designed to give the air conditioning service technician a blend of applied theory and hands-on experience, with approximately 20% of time spent in the classroom and 80% of time spent in the lab. Total Tech offers the student the best of both worlds within one training session. Each day the students will not only be taught applied theory in the classroom but also experience the theory in the lab. This class teaches the student how to properly diagnose and repair the HVAC equipment. This class heavily addresses heat pumps and how to gather the correct information to do an accurate and timely repair.
The student is taught how to properly determine metering device malfunctions, evaporator coil malfunctions, reversing valve malfunctions, gas furnace malfunctions and electrical malfunctions. Upon completion of the class the student will receive a Certificate of Achievement (overall score must be 70% or greater). A pre-requisite for this class is the HVAC Analysis I class.