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Regulating collective systems training

Understand the principles of regulating heating and air-conditioning systems by water temperature variation, and be able to position the necessary sensors. HND to Master’s degree level.

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Description of the training Regulating collective systems :

 

Regulating collective systems by water temperature variation

 

Objective:
To understand the principles of regulating heating and air-conditioning systems by water temperature variation, and to be able to position the necessary sensors.

Level: A level to HND equivalent.
Guidance: This is an essential course for technicians in charge of collective systems.
At HND and Master’s levels, studying the section “Regulating collective systems by water flow” will be an important addition.

 

Regulating collective systems by variation of water flows

 

Objective:
To be able to define the regulating of heating or air-conditioning systems by variation of water flow and to understand the advantages compared to regulating by water temperature variation.

Level: HND to Master’s degree.
Guidance: This course, for training levels from HND to Master’s degree, explains the respective advantages of “variable temperature” and “variable flow” regulating modes. The study of this section is recommended for head technicians in the hydraulics sector.

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