Marine Refrigeration Course (5 Day Practical)
A Marine Refrigeration Course for engineers working on Superyachts, Merchant Navy Vessels, Oil and Gas Platforms, Jackups, Semi-Subs, Ferries and Cruiseships. This course covers the theory of refrigeration and teaches you how to repair, troubleshoot and commission these systems.
Marine Refrigeration course
WHAT IS THIS COURSE ABOUT?
We discuss the concepts of repairing refrigeration systems on Superyachts, ships, vessels aswell as Oil & Gas Platforms, Jackups, FPSO's and semi-sub's. This includes the provisions refrigeration system and the accommodations AC chilled water cooling systems.
This course will help you to understand the following concepts:
- Marine Refrigeration system components
- The vapour compression cycle
- Heat transfer & thermodynamics
- The repair process
- Repairing leaks on sea-water cooling systems
- Charging refrigerant & leak detection techniques
- Basic system commissioning
- Refrigerant and oil recovery
WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I GAIN?
UK Courses - Upon successful completion of the course you will be awarded a C&G2079 certificate as well as a certificate of completion from Tradewinds Engineering Ltd.
Spain Courses - You will be awarded a certificate of completion from Tradewinds Engineering Ltd.
WHO IS THIS 5 DAY COURSE FOR?
Specifically for engineering personnel who would like to improve their knowledge of repairing marine specific refrigeration and HVAC systems. This course is specifically aimed at Chief Engineers, 2nd, 3rd and 4th's, so no matter what your level of experience you will be considered for a placement on this course. For anyone who has very minimal experience, we would recommend taking our Fundamentals of marine refrigeration elearning course, so that you can arrive with some of the theory knowledge to help you pass the exams.
COURSE DATES FOR 2020 (Devon, UK)
- 16th - 20th March
- 20th - 24th April
- 11th - 15th May
- 13th - 17th July
- 14th - 18th September
- 14th - 18th December
COURSE DATES FOR 2020 (Mallorca, Spain)
- 23rd - 27th March 2020
- 8th – 12th June 2020
- 10th – 14th August 2020
- 5th – 9th October 2020
- 9th – 13th November 2020