3 May 2019

Success for engineers on compressor technology training courses

Refrigeration and air conditioning engineers from across the UK have attended Bitzer UK technical training courses during a busy programme at the company’s Milton Keynes headquarters.

Engineers on a Bitzer UK screw compressor training course with their certificates.

The day-long courses cover reciprocating compressor technology, screw technology, inverter capacity control, plus an overview of the Bitzer equipment range.

The most popular course over the past year has been on screw compressors, according to Marcus Levy, head of training and the company’s Business Development Director.

Marcus Levy said: “We have been ramping up our training programme over the past couple of years, offering more dates for scheduled courses to make it easy for people to book and attend. The response has been excellent, and engineers have engaged with the technical theory and hands-on practice with equal interest and enthusiasm.”

He added: “The aim is to give installers, service engineers, system designers and hands-on end users a practical insight into the latest compressor technology, including how to get the best out of systems in terms of energy efficiency and performance. No one knows the technology better than the original manufacturer, and those attending receive high quality training and practical insights they can apply directly in their work.'

The new Bitzer UK training programme begins in October 2019 and will run through to March 2020, with a break during the busy summer season. Dates will be announced shortly.

The courses are free and include refreshments and lunch, with on-site parking available for all delegates.


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