Thermodynamic box installer course

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Thermodynamic box installer course. City & Guilds Accredited Little Magic Thermodynamics Box (Approved Installer training Course)

This Little Magic Thermodynamics Box (Approved Installer training course) course provides attendees with the necessary information, knowledge and skills to enable them to integrate the Little Magic Thermodynamic Box into existing water systems.

The Only British Made Retro Fit Little Magic Thermodynamic Box.

This Little Magic Thermodynamics Box (Approved Installer training course) has been designed for experienced heating / plumbing engineers who will be installing Thermodynamic Systems within properties.

Attendees must hold an Unvented Hot Water Systems and/or F-Gas Cat 1 or 2 Certificate (Optional)

This Little Magic Thermodynamics Box (Approved Installer Course) has also been designed to meet the requirements of UK building regulations and standards, and the manufacturers for the installation of Thermodynamic Systems.

Price

£245 per course.

Contact us

Call us on 01225 667 697 or email training@fgasregister.com 

Course agenda

Thermodynamic box installer course. City & Guilds Accredited.

What is a Thermodynamics Panel?

Thermodynamic panels are a unique renewable energy product that creates hot water by absorbing heat from the surrounding atmosphere. They are currently the most efficient renewable energy source available. Essentially the technology works in reverse to your home refrigerator producing the majority of your hot water.

How the Little Magic Thermodynamics Box Connects…

The Little Magic Box system is very simple to install and connect into the cold feed in and the hot feed out. The cylinder fills with cold water and then a pressure valve closes. The water in the cylinder then circulates through the Little Magic box until it reaches 55°C.

Once this is achieved the systems goes into standby mode. This means that the existing cylinder is utilized and does not need to be replaced. The Little Magic Box comes with one panel but a second panel can be ordered to increase the recovery rate by up to 25%.

FAQ

Course times: 9am until 5pm with 1 hour for lunch

City & Guilds Accredited  Little Magic Thermodynamic Box (Installer) Installer course duration: 1 day

Q – Who is the City & Guilds Accredited  Little Magic Thermodynamic Box (Installer) Installer course aimed at?

A – The course is aimed at qualified plumbers and heating engineers with a formal NVQ (or equivalent) or a number of years’ experience in the industry. Attendees must hold an Unvented Hot Water Systems and/or F-Gas Cat 1 or 2 Certificate (Optional).

Q – What happens if I fail City & Guilds Accredited  Little Magic Thermodynamic Box (Installer) Installer course?

A – Like most of our courses, if you fail the City & Guilds Accredited  Little Magic Thermodynamic Box (Installer) Installer course examination you will be offered a resit free of charge.

Theory overview

Comparison of predicted savings including rising energy costs and environmental issues.

Introduction to the Thermodynamic Process.

Introduction to the different types of Plumbing systems likely to be encountered.

System components, identifying the components and how they integrate together including the controller parameters and set-up.

Looking at the installation process, the installation sequence and the testing regime required.

Introducing the checks required, the documentation required and the MCS required customer handover procedures and information packs.

Practical overview

A practical demonstration of how to pump the system down, how to re-energise the system (noting the condition of the refrigerant in the sight glass) and how to compare the ambient temperature to the low side system pressure.

The Assessment will consist of the trainer observing the delegate carrying out the practical activities.

This will be followed by a 20 question written exam, which will require short or one word answers. The delegate having to achieve a minimum of 70% to be deemed competent.