Large scale Cooling and Industrial Refrigeration System Optimisation

The CRSO course is aimed at individuals that is involved with or may potentially be involved with Chiller and Refrigeration systems as applied in industry. These individuals may be from industrial plants, they may be energy efficiency experts or even service providers or equipment vendors.

The CRSO End User course discusses the “Systems Approach” to evaluate Cooling and Refrigeration (CR) systems, modeling of cooling and refrigeration systems using fundamental laws of physics, thermodynamics and heat transfer; proficiency in the use of BestPractices software tools (such as CRST, CWSAT, CoolPack, 3EPlus, etc.) as well as developing load profiles and energy baselines for CR systems. The course will provide information on measurements required to manage CR systems, measure COP and estimate the magnitude of specific losses in a CR system. The identification and prioritisation of opportunities in single unit and multi-unit systems, distribution systems (and their insulation) and end-use will be covered. The use of different fluids such as refrigerants, water, oil and their inter-relationship and impact on the CR system will be discussed together with the impacts of the Montreal Protocol, Kyoto Protocol, Kigali amendment and other in-country regulations are discussed. Lastly the energy costs associated with the CR system will be calculated and the primary economic impact of potential opportunities evaluated.

Please contact our skills development team.

Our upcoming courses:

Large scale Cooling and Industrial Refrigeration System Optimisation – Pta

New dates to be announced

CPD Accreditation

All NCPC-SA courses are accredited by ECSA and CPD letters will be issued to candidates that attend all sessions of a particular course. Attendance will be monitored via the video function of the on-line training platform.

Certification

Candidates will have an option to write a test at the end of the training. The test is not compulsory, however, NCPC-SA certificates of competence will only be issued to candidates who pass the test with a minimum score of 70%.

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