HVA 120 - Residential HVAC Installation
Prerequisite: Successful completion of HVA 105 or permission of subject area associate dean
Description: Covers air distribution systems, including airflow, pressures and various types of ducting systems including fiberglass duct-board, flexible duct work, and sheet metal duct work. Methods used to calculate heat gain and heat loss quantities in order to determine the proper sizing of heating and cooling equipment will be covered. Using those heat load calculations to properly size the duct work for a system will then be discussed. Alternative energy sources and energy efficient units will also be discussed.
Lecture Hours: 2
Lab Hours: 2
Notes: This course will be retired in Fall 2019-20 academic year.
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