Many adults are building a better future for themselves by enrolling in classes to raise their current skill and education level. When pursuing a degree or certification in the area of HVAC, a student must take courses in electrical and mechanical theory. These classes help students understand the inner workings of HVAC equipment.
Mechanical and electrical theory is the foundation to many technical fields of study, one of them being the field of HVAC. Electrical maintenance classes can involve a wide variety of subjects, including
- Voltage Ratings
- Electrical Transformers
- Circuit Breakers
- Safety and Repair
Mechanical maintenance courses, on the other hand, involve the forces at work inside HVAC equipment. These courses can involve lessons on:
- Fluid Level and Leak Checks
Understanding Electrical and Mechanical Maintenance Helps Problem Solving
An understanding of these fundamental principles help you develop problem solving skills and analytical thinking useful in the real world. Once you can think analytically about the inner workings of HVAC systems, you are on your way to being able to diagnose problems, service, and repair them.
There are numerous employment options for the holder of a degree in the field of HVAC. The HVAC professional can choose to work in the commercial or residential arena or both. As a commercial HVAC expert, the HVAC engineer would be responsible for many aspects of the large ventilation and heating/cooling systems of these properties. On a smaller scale, the HVAC technician will evaluate, repair, and maintain residential HVAC systems. Regardless of whether the job is a huge commercial concern or a smaller residential one, it is essential that the technician possess a solid knowledge of electrical and mechanical maintenance concepts.
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