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Electric Heating Training Systems

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Description

The Electric Heating Training Systems use a modular design approach to study the control of an electric residential forced-air system. The systems feature actual industrial components, such as a thermostat, a control transformer, sequencers, and thermal limit switches.

The Electric Heating Training Systems are part of the HVAC-R line of products. Three variants are available:

• Model 3463-0 is a complete training system that includes a workstation with enough space to accommodate two student groups.

• Model 3463-A is a complete training system that does not include the above-mentioned workstation. It is designed to allow a second team of students to perform exercises on the workstation provided with Model 3463-0.

• Model 3463-B is an add-on to the Electric Heating Training System, Model 3460-0. It provides to users that already have this system all the equipment necessary to complete the exercises in the Electric Heating Training System, Model 3463-0, without any unnecessary duplication of equipment.

Topic Coverage

  • Heat and energy concepts
  • Forced-air systems
  • Control transformer
  • Thermostats
  • Sequencers
  • Blower control
  • Heating elements
  • Thermal protection
  • Troubleshooting
  • Estimated program duration: 10 hours

List of equipment

DescriptionSystem Number
Electric Heating Training System 3463
Electric Heating Training System (Second Team Add-On) 3463-A
Electric Heating Training System (Add-On to Model 3460-0) 3463-B

Additionally required equipment

Qty DescriptionSystem Number
1 Training on Forced-Air Systems, 0.3 day 20671-T

Optional Equipment

Qty DescriptionSystem Number
1 Electricity Fundamentals 89688-A

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