Solar Thermal Troubleshooting Closed Loop Learning System
Installing and maintaining Solar Thermal Closed Loop Systems requires hands-on troubleshooting ability across both drain back and pressurized systems. Likewise, engineers and designers need to understand the technologies utilized by these systems.
Solar Thermal Troubleshooting Closed Loop Learning System allows learners to develop the specialized skills and knowledge needed for working with the two common types of thermal closed-loop systems: drain back and pressurized. Solar Thermal Troubleshooting teaches learners about connecting, operating, programming, and troubleshooting both drain back and pressurized systems. The curriculum is presented in a highly-interactive, multimedia format that allows learners to use the learning style best for them: reading, listening, or visual. Solar Thermal Troubleshooting supports the Certified Solar Thermal System Installer. Solar Thermal Troubleshooting includes all components needed to develop hands-on, job-ready skills. The learning system contains a mobile workstation, multiple component circuit panels, two solar collectors, and fault insertion. An optional sun simulator is available to facilitate classes indoors when outdoor conditions do not support solar heating.
Two Types of Closed Loop Thermal Systems
Solar technicians will encounter both drain back and pressurized closed-loop solar thermal systems. Across any given region that experiences freezing conditions, both of these systems are used extensively. Includes the components needed to configure either system, including both an expansion tank and drain back tank. Learners will switch between the two systems with valving.
Features of Solar Thermal Troubleshooting Closed Loop Learning System
Requirements of Solar Thermal Troubleshooting Closed Loop Learning System