SANYO Air Conditioners is launching a training programme to teach acr engineers how to install its carbon dioxide-based ECO heat pump systems.
The courses are to be launched initially at three centres across the country from this April, but there are plans for more training centres to come on board during the year.
The courses are scheduled to take place at:
Sanyo headquarters in Whyteleafe, South London,
Oceanair Distribution site in Bristol,
Easy Air Conditioning site in Birmingham.
Sanyo is subsidising the cost of the course to encourage good attendance.
The one-day course includes practical experience of working with carbon dioxide refrigerant-based systems, designed to deliver low-cost heating and hot water in domestic and small commercial applications.
Devised by industry trainer Martin Hook, the course highlights the differences between carbon dioxide and HFC-based technology, demonstrates the applications and benefits of the CO2 ECO system, and covers design, installation and maintenance of air-to-water heat pumps.
Attendance on the course qualifies installers to apply for government incentives for renewable technologies on the high efficiency products.
Sanyo plans to add more training centres in the north of England during the year.
For more course details call 0845 6126364.