2013 Technical Service Training Catalog

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Table of Contents

Welcome to McQuay ...1

Daikin McQuay Learning Institute ...1

Daikin McQuay Learning Institute Service Training Staff ...2

DMLI Welcomes a New Technical Service Training Manager ...2

Service Training Manager's Message ...2

Message from the Training Administrator ...3

Meet the New Technical Service Writer ...3

DMLI Technical Service Instructors ...4

Enrollment ...6

CEU’s (Continuing Education Units) ...6

Registration ...6 Payment ...7 Course Scheduling ...7 Cancellation Policy ...7 Hotel Information ...7 Transportation ...8 Factory Tours ...8 Dress Code ...8 Training Materials ...8 Visit Us Online ...8

Training Course Schedule ...9

Commercial Scroll Compressor Chiller Maintenance & Operation ...10

Centrifugal Chiller Maintenance & Operation ... 11

Centrifugal Chiller Service & Compressor Repair ...12

Centrifugal Chiller Service & Compressor Repair (continued) ...13

Air & Water-Cooled Screw Chiller Maintenance, Operation & Service ...14

Air & Water-Cooled Screw Chiller Maintenance, Operation & Service (continued) ..15

WMC (Magnetic Bearing) Centrifugal Chiller Maintenance & Operation ...16

WMC (Magnetic Bearing) Centrifugal Chiller Service & Repair ...17

WME (Magnetic Bearing) Centrifugal Chiller Maintenance & Operation ...18

Rooftop Service ...19

Rebel™ Rooftop Service ...20

Self-Contained Service ...21

SmartSource™ Heat Pump...22

Training in Your Area ...23

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Welcome to McQuay

As a world leader in the air conditioning industry, McQuay International has more than 2.2 million square feet of manufacturing facilities at 10 plants on three continents. Our extended family includes more than 5,000 dedicated employees, an impressive array of joint venture partners, licensees, sales representatives, distributors, and service providers who put the customer fi rst. Together, we manufacture, sell and service the widest range

of commercial, industrial and institutional air conditioning products available. As part of Daikin Industries, McQuay International and its sister companies, American Air Filter International and J&E Hall, are the largest air

conditioning, heating, ventilating and refrigeration company in the world. Combining advanced technologies and R&D capabilities; we are creating innovative products, systems and services that benefi t the industry and the lives of our customers.

The world’s most prestigious companies look to Daikin McQuay products and systems to deliver engineered, fl exible solutions. No matter what the building type, Daikin McQuay has the reliable products, knowledgeable applications expertise and responsive support to fi ll all your HVAC requirements.

Daikin McQuay Learning Institute

The Daikin McQuay Learning Institute offers industry-leading training programs for heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) professionals, owner/operators, contractors, service technicians, building and systems engineers, designers, distributors, sales reps and internal employees. Once you have made the investment in effi cient, fl exible Daikin McQuay HVAC equipment, taking care of your investment should be a top priority. Daikin McQuay Learning Institute offers technical service training courses to learn fi rst hand, from the manufacturer, what it takes to get the most out of your mechanical system.

The Daikin McQuay Learning Institute has been approved as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). IACET is known as the premier standard-setting organization for continuing education and training providers. The Daikin McQuay Learning Institute has completed an extensive application process, has undergone review and evaluation by IACET representatives, and has successfully demonstrated adherence to all IACET criteria and guidelines

Daikin McQuay has been ap-proved as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), 1760 Old Meadow Road, Suite 500, McLean, VA 22102; (703) 506-3275

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Daikin McQuay Learning Institute Service Training

Staff

DMLI Welcomes a New Technical Service Training Manager

Elbie Stagner

Technical Service Training Manager Daikin McQuay

Elbie recently joined the Daikin McQuay Learning Institute Service Training as the new Technical Service Training Manager. With over 16 years of experience with McQuay equipment, Elbie has provided development and product engineering support for a variety of chiller products. His most recent role was as Lead Development Engineer for McQuay Screw Compressor chillers. Additionally Elbie has worked as an Applications Engineer and in the Technical Response Center with McQuay. Elbie received his Bachelors of Science Mechanical Engineering Technology from Old Dominion University.

Service Training Manager's Message

The goal of the Daikin McQuay Learning Institute group is to provide the owners, operators and servicing contractors of Daikin McQuay HVAC equipment with the training and information necessary to establish a high level of comfort in operating and servicing Daikin McQuay products.

All members of the Daikin McQuay Learning Institute consider it a privilege and an honor to provide our customers with an expert level of training. This is accomplished with our staff of highly qualifi ed instructors using a variety of materials and training aids in order to provide instruction to develop participants’ skills.

We look forward to the opportunity to provide training at our locations or remotely if it better serves our customers’ needs.

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Linda Custer Training Administrator Daikin McQuay

Message from the Training Administrator

Linda has over 20 years of service working in various capacities with McQuay International and Daikin McQuay and 13 years with the Service Training Department. She advises you to obtain the most effective training, carefully match your student(s) with the appropriate courses by evaluating the course content and objectives with them. Class size is limited and is offered on a fi rst-registered, fi rst-attend basis.

Confi rmation of enrollment along with hotel and travel information will be sent to the student within fi ve working days after receipt of your paid application. Upon receipt of your confi rmation, check it carefully and contact Daikin McQuay Learning Institute immediately if you fi nd any discrepancies. An application received without full tuition payment does not reserve a space. If a class is full, we will contact the enrollee for standby or to offer an alternate class date. Please verify your enrollment. If you do not receive an enrollment confi rmation letter two weeks prior to the start of class, contact Daikin McQuay Learning Institute, as we may not have received your application. You may contact Linda at linda.custer@daikinmcquay.com.

Kimberly Lester Training Technical Writer Daikin McQuay

Meet the New Technical Service Writer

Kimberly is the newest addition to the Daikin McQuay Learning Institute Service training staff. After 6 years of developing chiller literature for the McQuay Marketing Department, we are excited to put her skills to good use updating and creating new Service Literature.

Kimberly is eager to assist you in fi nding manuals, or correcting errors and omissions that you may come across as you review our literature items. You may contact Kimberly atkimberly.lester@daikinmcquay.com.

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DMLI Technical Service Instructors

Don Derfl er

Daikin McQuay Technical Service Training Instructor

• Recently transitioned from Service Training Manager to Service Training Instructor

• 38 years experience with McQuay & Daikin McQuay in various capaci-ties including service tech, Service Supervisor and District Service Manager for McQuay International fi eld service organization and most recently as Service Training Manager for 15 years

• As fi eld service technician, maintained, serviced, and repaired all types and brands of HVAC equipment including centrifugal chillers, screw compressor chillers, rooftop packaged systems, computer room cooling systems, pumps, cooling towers, pneumatic and DDC control systems, etc. as part of total building HVAC contracts

• Develops training programs, presentations, training materials and class scheduling

• Provides remote on-site customer training

• Served 8 years in United States Navy in submarine service

Robert Hollembeak

Daikin McQuay Technical Service Training Instructor

• Certifi ed centrifugal, rotary screw, reciprocating, scroll and MicroTech® chiller control instructor for Daikin McQuay

• 40 years experience in commercial and industrial HVACR in service, management, training, consulting and sales working for various manu-facturers, public schools and as an independent contractor.

• Unlimited licensed HVAC & R contractor in GA & NC • ACCA registered Refrigerant Transition & Recovery Proctor • Reviews and composes service literature and procedures • Participated in ASHRAE handbook review workshops • Develops training programs and presentations

• Provides remote on-site customer training & global technical support • Experience includes commissioning, servicing, analyzing and

maintaining centrifugal, rotary screw, scroll and reciprocating chillers, air handling equipment, pumps, cooling towers, pneumatic and DDC controls systems

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Charles (Christy) Jones

Daikin McQuayTechnical Service Training Instructor

• Recently transitioned from Southeast Regional McQuay Factory Service Trainer to Service Training Instructor with Daikin McQuay Learning Institute

• 47 years experience in the HVAC industry with HVAC technician degree having worked for several major HVAC manufacturers providing factory service and repair on their product.

• 23 years with McQuay Factory Service & Daikin McQuay in various capaci-ties including service tech, Regional trainer, remote instructor. As a technician, Christy provided service and repair on all types of HVAC systems. Certifi ed instructor of McQuay Centrifugal, Reciprocating, screw, and scroll chillers • Develops training programs, presentations

• Has worked extensively training and assessing technicians in the fi eld and provided job-site training

• Provides on-site customer training and global technical support • Served four years in US Navy in the Seabees.

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Enrollment

To obtain the most effective training, carefully match your student(s) with the appropriate courses by evaluating the course content and objectives with them. Class size is limited and is offered on a fi registered, fi rst-attend basis. Confi rmation of enrollment along with hotel and travel infor-mation will be sent to the student within fi ve working days after receipt of your paid application. Upon receipt of your confi rmation, check it carefully and contact the Training Administrator immediately at 540-248-9646 if you fi nd any discrepancies. An application received without full tuition payment does not reserve a space. If a class is full, we will contact the enrollee for standby or an alternate class date. Please verify your enrollment. If you do not receive an enrollment confi rmation letter two weeks prior to the start of class, contact the Training Administrator, as we may not have received your application.

CEU’s (Continuing Education Units)

At the conclusion of the course that is awarding CEU’s, the student will review, discuss and be assessed with a test on the learning outcomes of the course. The test will be graded based on the percentage of ques-tions to determine the students’ learning outcome. A score of 70% will be required for successful completion of the course and to be awarded CEU’s (continuing education units).

Registration

To attend a course listed in this training catalog, there are two ways to enroll.

1. Complete the attached enrollment form and e-mail, mail, or fax to:

Daikin McQuay

Daikin McQuay Learning Institute Attn: Linda Custer

PO Box 2510

Staunton, VA 24402-2510 PH: 540.248.9646

Fax: 763-509-7663

E-mail: linda.custer@daikinmcquay.com

2. Complete enrollment form on www.daikinmcquay.com/training and submit electronically.

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Payment

Payment is required in advance of the training course. If payment has not been made prior to the start of class, the student(s) will not be admitted. Indicate your payment method on the registration form. Payment can be made by:

• Major Credit Card. Complete the credit card information on the registra-tion form

• Check made out to Daikin McQuay

• Purchase orders are accepted to hold an enrollment, but payment is due prior to the start of class.

Course Scheduling

Classes begin at 8 a.m. and end at 5:00 p.m. Half days that are noted on the schedules are completed by noon of the last class date shown on the calendar. All other classes end at 5:00 p.m. Travel arrangements should be made to accommodate this schedule.

Cancellation Policy

Registrations cancelled within 10 working days prior to course start date will be charged the full course fee. Cancellations made less than four weeks prior to the course start date will be charged 50% of the course fee. An alternate person may use a confi rmed space without penalty and substitutions may be made up until the start of class.

Daikin McQuay Learning Institute reserves the right to make changes or alterations to the course content or schedule. McQuay International is not responsible for airline fees associated with changing dates or cancellation of classes. In the unlikely event of a schedule change or cancellation, every effort will be made to notify all registrants in a timely manner.

Hotel Information

A list of area hotels, with Daikin McQuay preferred rates, will be provided with the class registration confi rmation. Students are responsible for making their own hotel arrangements. Hotels require a major credit card to guaran-tee room availability.

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Transportation

Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from the training center. Hotels may not provide shuttle service, so check with them when making your reservations.

Factory Tours

Students are required to wear steel toe shoes during the plant tour, at all times when passing through the production areas, to and from the cafeteria through the plant and when participating in the hands-on teardown and as-sembly of the compressors. Safety glasses will be available for plant tours. Safety shoes are mandatory during compressor service courses.

Dress Code

Our dress code is business casual. No open toe shoes or shorts please.

Training Materials

Students attending our classes will have the choice between receiving our training manual(s) or a fl ash drive (only one choice please) with electronic fi les. If choosing the fl ash drive, students would be required to bring their laptops with Adobe Reader to use as instructed. At the time of enrollment, please check the option for manuals/fl ash drive. Please plan accordingly for transporting manual(s) back to your location if you choose this option.

Visit Us Online

For additional information or the most current course schedules, please visit our web page to learn more about Daikin McQuay products, services and training. Our Internet address is: HTTP://WWW.DAIKINMCQUAY.COM

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Training Course Schedule

Course Title Course Location Tuition Length 2013 Dates

Commercial Scroll Compressor Chiller Maintenance & Operation

Staunton, VA $1,500.00 3.5 days Apr 16 - 19 Sep 10 - 13 Centrifugal Chiller Maintenance &

Operation

Staunton, VA $1,500.00 3.5 days Apr 23 - 26 Aug 13 - 16 Sep 24 - 27 Centrifugal Chiller Service &

Com-pressor Repair

Staunton, VA $4,800.00 2 weeks Apr 29 - May 10 Dec 9 - 20 Air & Water-Cooled Screw Chiller

Maintenance, Operation & Service

Staunton, VA $1,700.00 4.5 days Mar 18 - 22 Aug 19 - 23 WMC (Magnetic Bearing) Centrifugal

Chiller Maintenance & Operation

Staunton, VA $1,500.00 3.5 days Apr 9 - 12 Oct 1 - 4 WMC (Magnetic Bearing) Centrifugal

Chiller Service & Repair

Staunton, VA $2,500.00 3.5 days Feb 5 - 8 Sep 17 - 20 WME (Magnetic Bearing) Centrifugal

Chiller Maintenance & Operation

Staunton, VA $1,500.00 3 days May 21 - 23 Nov 19 - 21

Rooftop Service Plymouth, MN $1,400.00 3.5 days Apr 9 - 12

Oct 8 - 11 Rebel™ Rooftop Service Plymouth, MN $600.00 2 days Apr 29 - May 1

May 1 - 3 (if 2nd ses-sion is needed)

Sep 23 - 25 Sep 25 - 27 (if 2nd session is needed) Self-Contained Service Plymouth, Mn $875.00 2.5 days May 7 - 9

Smart Source™ Water Source Heat Pump

Auburn, NY $600.00 2 days Mar 12 - 13

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Course Location Daikin McQuay Staunton, VA Course Fee $1,500 Course Length 3.5 days CEU's Offered Yes No Testing Required Yes No 2013 Course Schedule Apr 16 - 19 Sep 10 - 13 Registration Deadline Apr 5 Aug 30

The training fee is 10% higher for registrations received after the deadline.

Daikin McQuay to Provide Instruction Materials Coffee Breaks Lunch

Group Dinner on fi rst night

Commercial Scroll Compressor Chiller

Mainte-nance & Operation Course

The Commercial Scroll Compressor Chiller Maintenance and Operation Course is structured to provide basic classroom instruction, demonstrations, and “hands-on” exercises designed to familiarize the student with the

product features, installation requirements, and service procedures for Daikin McQuay commercial scroll compressor products.

In our training shop, each student will work with selected operating product simulators. The emphasis of this “hands-on” training will be to enhance the technicians’ knowledge of good service and electrical trouble shooting practices.

Control training includes the MicroTech® II & III control systems.

The standard program for this seminar is 3 1/2 days of intensive training. Learning Outcomes:

In this course students will learn:

• The unit components and chiller cycle review • Chill-water systems

• How to read wiring diagrams, legends, symbols and notes • Split systems and piping

• Across the line start & part-winding start

• Motor protection, for semi-hermetic & scroll compressors • Capacity control systems

• The phase voltage monitor • Condenser fan control

• Chiller MicroTech®, MicroTech II & III controllers • Scroll compressor design & operation

• Compressor hands-on

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Centrifugal Chiller Maintenance & Operation

Course

The Centrifugal Chiller Maintenance and Operation Course is designed to teach the maintenance technician and building engineer how to maintain, operate, trouble shoot, and analyze performance of standard, non-magnetic Daikin McQuay centrifugal chillers.

Centrifugal chiller control training includes the MicroTech® control platforms. The standard program for centrifugal chiller maintenance and operation is three and one half days of intensive training.

Learning Outcomes:

In this course, students will learn:

• The basic cycle of air and water-cooled chillers • Centrifugal compressor theory

• Components of MicroTech® control panels • Components of centrifugal chiller starters • Control circuit analysis

• MicroTech® system software and operation

• Lubrication, vane system, cooling towers & system performance analysis • Refrigerant charging procedures

• Solid-state starters • Centrifugal chiller VFD

• The class includes product review, plant tour of manufacturing facility and group hands-on training and trouble shooting on MicroTech® & MicroTech II simulators

Course Location Daikin McQuay Staunton, VA Course Fee $1,500 Course Length 3.5 days CEU's Offered Yes No Testing Required Yes No 2013 Course Schedule Apr 23 - 26 Aug 13 - 16 Sep 24 - 27 Registration Deadline Apr 12 Aug 2 Sep 13

The training fee is 10% higher for registrations received after the deadline.

Daikin McQuay to Provide Instruction Materials Coffee Breaks Lunch

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Course Location Daikin McQuay Staunton, VA Course Fee $4,800 Course Length 4.5 days

(each week - 2 week course) CEU's Offered Yes No Testing Required Yes No 2013 Course Schedule Apr 29 - May 10 Dec 9 - 20 Registration Deadline Apr 19 Nov 22

The training fee is 10% higher for registrations received after the deadline.

Daikin McQuay to Provide Instruction Materials Coffee Breaks Lunch

Group Dinner on fi rst night

Centrifugal Chiller Service & Compressor Repair

Who May Attend:

Subject to pre-qualifi cation, any mechanical contractor doing installation, maintenance and repairs of centrifugal chillers is eligible to send qualifi ed technicians to this course. The technician should have a good working knowledge of the refrigerant cycle, power and control circuitry, and be skilled in the use of standard service tools and electrical meters.

Prerequisite:

The Daikin McQuay Centrifugal Chiller Service Course is the required

prerequisite for the Daikin McQuay Centrifugal Compressor Repair Course. In addition to company pre-qualifi cation, the technician must have attended this course within a year of the Daikin McQuay Centrifugal Compressor Repair Course and provide evidence that he or she has attended.

The Federal Government requires technicians to be EPA certifi ed to work on the sealed refrigerant systems.

Centrifugal Chiller Service - $1,600.00

This four and one-half day course is designed to teach the service technician how to trouble-shoot and recognize Daikin McQuay centrifugal chiller

system operating problems. This course is the required prerequisite for the Centrifugal Compressor Repair Course and is scheduled in the week preceding the Centrifugal Compressor Repair. This accommodates those students who will attend both courses.

Learning Outcomes:

In week 1 course, students will learn:

• Review of chiller service, centrifugal compressor service and operation • MicroTech® control systems

• Wye Delta starters • Solid-state starters • Centrifugal chiller VFD

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Course Location Daikin McQuay Staunton, VA Course Fee $4,800 Course Length 4.5 days

(each week - 2 week course) CEU's Offered Yes No Testing Required Yes No 2013 Course Schedule Apr 29 - May 10 Dec 9 - 20 Registration Deadline Apr 19 Nov 22

The training fee is 10% higher for registrations received after the deadline.

Daikin McQuay to Provide Instruction Materials Coffee Breaks Lunch

Group Dinner on fi rst night

Centrifugal Chiller Service & Compressor

Repair (continued)

• Dehydration procedures

• Refrigeration charging and evacuation procedures • Hot gas by-pass, liquid injection

• System analysis

• The class includes product review, plant tour of manufacturing facility and group hands-on training on MicroTech® simulators

Centrifugal Compressor Repair - $3,200.00

This four and one-half day day course is designed to teach the service technician how to disassemble and reassemble McQuay compressors, how to fi t and adjust internal operation parts and to understand normal compressor functions so as to be able to diagnose the cause of deviations from the norm.

Learning Outcomes:

In week 2 course, students will learn:

• Centrifugal compressor repair procedures & processes

• The class is divided into four small groups, each of whom then rotate between 4 repair stations:

• Station 1 CE050 and oil pumps

• Station 2 CE063 (old and new versions) • Station 3 CE079 and CE100

• Station 4 CE087 and CE126 • Trouble shooting oil loss

NOTE: SAFETY SHOES ARE REQUIRED FOR THE COMPRESSOR REPAIR COURSE

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Course Location Daikin McQuay Staunton, VA Course Fee $1,700 Course Length 4.5 days CEU's Offered Yes No Testing Required Yes No 2013 Course Schedule Mar 18 - 22 Aug 19 - 23 Registration Deadline Mar 8 Aug 9

The training fee is 10% higher for registrations received after the deadline.

Daikin McQuay to Provide Instruction Materials Coffee Breaks Lunch

Group Dinner on fi rst night

Air & Water-Cooled Screw Chiller Maintenance,

Operation & Service

The Air & Water-Cooled Screw Chiller Maintenance, Operation and Service Training Course is structured to provide basic classroom instruction, demon-strations, and “hands-on” exercises designed to familiarize the student with the product features, operation, maintenance and service requirements for McQuay screw chiller products.

In our training shop, each student will work with selected screw product simulators. The emphasis of this “hands-on” training will be to enhance the technicians’ knowledge of good service and electrical trouble shooting practices necessary for proper service and maintenance of Daikin McQuay Screw Chillers.

The products covered in this seminar will be the AGS air-cooled screw chiller, the WGS water-cooled chiller and the new Pathfi nder™ model AWS air-cooled screw chiller

Screw chiller control training includes the MicroTech® II and MicroTech III control systems.

The standard program for the maintenance, operation and service seminar is four and one half days of intensive training.

Learning Outcomes:

In this course, students will learn:

• The basic cycle of air and water-cooled chillers • How to read electric schematics

• Screw compressor design & components • Oil, refrigerant & economizer systems • Electrical systems

• MicroTech® II microprocessor control system for AGS & WGS • MicroTech® III microprocessor control system for AWS • Electronic expansion valve

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Course Location Daikin McQuay Staunton, VA Course Fee $1,700 Course Length 4.5 days CEU's Offered Yes No Testing Required Yes No 2013 Course Schedule Mar 18 - 22 Aug 19 - 23 Registration Deadline Mar 8 Aug 9

The training fee is 10% higher for registrations received after the deadline.

Daikin McQuay to Provide Instruction Materials Coffee Breaks Lunch

Group Dinner on fi rst night

Air & Water-Cooled Screw Chiller Maintenance,

Operation & Service (continued)

• General maintenance and service

• Evacuation procedures

• Refrigerant & oil charging procedures • Air-cooled DX evaporator theory • Flooded evaporator theory

• The class includes product review, plant tour of manufacturing facility and group hands-on training on MicroTech® simulators

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Course Location Daikin McQuay Staunton, VA Course Fee $1,500 Course Length 3.5 days CEU's Offered Yes No Testing Required Yes No 2013 Course Schedule Apr 9 - 12 Oct 1 - 4 Registration Deadline Mar 29 Sep 20

The training fee is 10% higher for registrations received after the deadline.

Daikin McQuay to Provide Instruction Materials Coffee Breaks Lunch

Group Dinner on fi rst night

WMC (Magnetic Bearing) Centrifugal Chiller

Maintenance & Operation

The WMC (Water-Cooled Magnetic Bearing) Training Course is designed to teach the maintenance technician and building engineer how to maintain, operate, troubleshoot, and analyze performance of Daikin McQuay WMC Centrifugal chillers.

WMC centrifugal chiller control training includes the MicroTech control sys-tem and the Microtech® II control system.

The standard program for the WMC Centrifugal Chiller Course is three and one-half days of intensive training.

Learning Outcomes:

In this course, students will learn:

• The basic refrigeration cycle of water chillers • Centrifugal compressor theory

• Compressor design and operation • Centrifugal chiller control devices

• Compressor sequencing, MicroTech II® for WMC software & programming

• MicroTech II® interface for WMC chillers • Electronic EXP valve operation

• System performance evaluation & log sheet review

• The class includes product review, plant tour of manufacturing facility and group hands-on training on MicroTech® II simulators

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Course Location Daikin McQuay Staunton, VA Course Fee $2,500 Course Length 3.5 days CEU's Offered Yes No Testing Required Yes No 2013 Course Schedule Feb 5 - 8 Sep 17 - 20 Registration Deadline Jan 25 Sep 6

The training fee is 10% higher for registrations received after the deadline.

Daikin McQuay to Provide Instruction Materials Coffee Breaks Lunch

Group Dinner on fi rst night

WMC (Magnetic Bearing) Centrifugal Chiller

Service & Repair

The WMC (Water-Cooled Magnetic Bearing) Training Course is designed to teach the maintenance and service technician how to maintain, operate, troubleshoot, and repair Daikin McQuay WMC Centrifugal chillers.

The program is structured to provide basic classroom instruction to

familiarize the student with the features, maintenance, service and repair of Daikin McQuay WMC Centrifugal chillers. Hands on exercises for trouble-shooting, repair and replacement of key compressor components is included in the class.

WMC centrifugal chiller control training includes the Microtech® II control system.

Prerequisite:

The student should have a minimum of 5 years experience with Centrifugal chillers to maximize the benefi t of this course. The WMC chiller uses a centrifugal compressor that has highly technical components.

The standard program for the WMC Centrifugal Chiller Course is three and one-half days of intensive training.

Learning Outcomes:

In this course, students will learn:

• The basic refrigeration cycle of water chillers • Centrifugal compressor theory

• Compressor design and operation • Centrifugal chiller control devices

• Compressor sequencing, MicroTech® II for WMC software & program-ming

• MicroTech® II interface for WMC chillers • Electronic EXP valve operation

• System performance evaluation

• The class includes product review, plant tour of manufacturing facility and group hands-on training on MicroTech® II simulators

• Compressor repair & diagnostics

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Course Location Daikin McQuay Staunton, VA Course Fee $1,500 Course Length 3 days CEU's Offered Yes No Testing Required Yes No 2013 Course Schedule May 21 - 23 Nov 19 - 21 Registration Deadline May 10 Nov 8

The training fee is 10% higher for registrations received after the deadline.

Daikin McQuay to Provide Instruction Materials Coffee Breaks Lunch

Group Dinner on fi rst night

WME (Magnetic Bearing) Centrifugal Chiller

Maintenance & Operation

The WME (Water-Cooled Magnetic Bearing Compressor) Training Course is designed to teach the maintenance and service technician how to maintain and operate the Daikin McQuay WME Centrifugal chillers.

The program is structured to provide basic classroom instruction to familiarize the student with the features, maintenance and operation of McQuay WME Centrifugal chillers.

WME centrifugal chiller control training includes the MicroTech E® control system.

Prerequisite:

The student should have a minimum of 5 years experience with Centrifugal chillers to maximize the benefi t of this course. The WME chiller uses a centrifugal compressor that has highly technical components.

The standard program for the WME Centrifugal Chiller Operation and Maintenance Course is three days of intensive training.

Learning Outcomes:

In this course, students will learn:

• The basic refrigeration cycle of water chillers • WME Centrifugal compressor theory

• WME compressor design and operation • WME Centrifugal chiller control devices

• WME MicroTech E® for WME software & programming • MicroTech E® interface for WME chillers

• Electronic EXP valve operation

• Variable speed drive theory, components and operation • System performance evaluation

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Course Location Daikin McQuay Plymouth, MN Course Fee $1,400 Course Length 3.5 days CEU's Offered Yes No Testing Required Yes No 2013 Course Schedule Apr 9 - 12 Oct 8 - 11 Registration Deadline Mar 29 Sep 27

The training fee is 10% higher for registrations received after the deadline.

Daikin McQuay to Provide Instruction Materials Coffee Breaks Lunch

Group Dinner on fi rst night

Rooftop Service

The Rooftop Service Course is structured to provide basic classroom instruction, demonstrations and “hands-on” exercises designed to familiarize the student with the product features, installation requirements and service procedures for Daikin McQuay Applied Rooftops.

Each student will work with simulators for both the MicroTech® II and MicroTech III control systems. The emphasis of “hands-on” training will be to enhance the technicians’ knowledge of good service and troubleshoot-ing practice.

To get the most from the course, the student should have an understanding of the refrigeration cycle, basic electrical power and simple air conditioning control circuits. The course will use these basic concepts to develop an understanding of the Daikin McQuay Rooftop products.

The program for Rooftop Service training is three and one half days of intensive training.

Learning Outcomes:

In this course students will learn: • Unit commissioning

• Maintenance • Diagnostics • Troubleshooting

• Variable-speed drives, actuators, compressors • Burners

• Maverick™ service training • MicroTech® II & III for Rooftops

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Course Location Daikin McQuay Plymouth, MN Course Fee $600 Course Length 2 days CEU's Offered Yes No Testing Required Yes No 2013 Course Schedule Apr 29 - May 1

May 1 - 3 (if 2nd session is needed)

Sep 23 - 25

Sep 25 - 27 (if 2nd sessin is needed)

Registration Deadline Apr 19

Sep 13

The training fee is 10% higher for registrations received after the deadline.

Daikin McQuay to Provide Instruction Materials Coffee Breaks Lunch

Rebel™ Rooftop Service

The Rebel™ Rooftop Unit Maintenance & Operation Course is structured to provide basic classroom instruction, demonstrations, and “hands-on” exercises designed to familiarize the student with the product features, installation requirements, and service procedures for the Daikin McQuay Rebel™ rooftop product.

In our training lab, each student will work with selected operating product simulators. The emphasis of this “hands-on” training will be to enhance the technician’s knowledge of good service and electrical trouble shooting practices.

Rebel training includes the MicroTech® III control system and Rebel rooftop inverter technology.

The program for Rebel Rooftop Service training is two days of intensive training.

Learning Outcomes:

In this course students will learn:

• The unit components and refrigeration cycle

• How to read wiring diagrams, legends, symbols and notes • How to navigate the MicroTech III® control system for the

Rebel rooftop unit

• Rebel rooftop Inverter technology • Gas heat

• Commissioning & trouble shooting • MicroTech III® control systems • General maintenance

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Course Location Daikin McQuay Staunton, VA Course Fee $875.00 Course Length 2.5 days CEU's Offered Yes No Testing Required Yes No 2013 Course Schedule May 7 - 9 Registration Deadline Apr 26

The training fee is 10% higher for registrations received after the deadline.

Daikin McQuay to Provide Instruction Materials Coffee Breaks Lunch

Self-Contained Service

This program is structured to provide basic classroom instruction, demonstra-tions and “hands-on” exercises designed to familiarize the student with the product features, installation requirements and service procedures for Daikin McQuay self-contained Units.

Each student will work with simulators for both the MicroTech® II and MicroTech III control systems. The emphasis of “hands-on” training will be to enhance the technicians’ knowledge of good service and troubleshoot-ing practice.

To get the most from the course, the student should have an understanding of the refrigeration cycle, basic electrical power and simple air conditioning control circuits. The course will use these basic concepts to develop an understanding of the Daikin McQuay self-contained product.

Self-contained control training includes the MicroTech® II & III control system. The program for Self-Contained service training is two and one half days of intensive training.

Learning Outcomes:

In this course students will learn: • Unit commissioning

• Maintenance • Diagnostics • Troubleshooting

• Variable-speed drives, actuators, compressors for self-contained units • MicroTech® II & III for self-contained units

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Course Location Daikin McQuay Auburn, NY Course Fee $600 Course Length 2 days CEU's Offered Yes No Testing Required Yes No 2013 Course Schedule Mar 12 - 13 Sep 17 - 18 Registration Deadline Mar 1 Sep 6

The training fee is 10% higher for registrations received after the deadline.

Daikin McQuay to Provide Instruction Materials Coffee Breaks Lunch

SmartSource™ Heat Pump

Get all the information you need about Daikin McQuay’s new Smart-SourceTM 2 stage and single stage Water Source Heat Pumps and MicroTech® III controls.

This course is designed to teach the experienced service technician to commission, maintain, operate and troubleshoot Water Source Heat Pumps and MicroTech® III controls.

This program is structured to provide basic classroom instruction to famil-iarize the student with the operation of the new Water Source Heat Pumps and the fundamentals of MicroTech® III controls. It is assumed that the

student understands basic Water Source Heat Pump operation and HVAC systems.

Classroom sessions include hands-on exercises using controls simulators and actual operational units.

The program for Daikin McQuay's new Smart Source™ 2 stage and single stage Water Source Heat Pumps and MicroTech® III controls is two days of intensive training.

Learning Outcomes:

In this course students will learn: • Basic unit design

Component location and description • Unit Installation

• Unit start up

Check/test and start information • Controls

Components Inputs and outputs Jumper settings Trouble shooting lights

External wiring - sensors, valves, etc. Communication cards

• ECM motor operation and speed settings options Desuperheater

Hot gas reheat

Water side economizer Duct electric heat • Accessories

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Training in Your Area

Looking for Convenient, Professional Training on Your Daikin McQuay

Commercial HVAC Equipment?

We Can Come to Your Location!

For your convenience, the Daikin McQuay Learning Institute offers commercial HVAC equipment operation and maintenance training programs at your location. Our most popular training courses are available in your facility, at fl exible schedules based on instructor availability. Class fees are established based on the number of course attendees and travel required. Note that a minimum number of students is required.

• Centrifugal Maintenance & Operation Course

• Magnitude® Magnetic Bearing Model WMC Centrifugal Chiller Maintenance & Operation Course • Screw Chiller Maintenance & Operation Course

• Commercial Scroll Compressor Chiller Unit Maintenance & Operation Course • Rooftop Packaged Unit and/or Self-Contained Unit Operation & Maintenance Course • MicroTech® II and MicroTech III Controls for Applied Air Systems

Contact the Daikin McQuay Learning Institute to schedule off-campus training at your location.

DAIKIN MCQUAY

Daikin McQuay Learning Institute P.O. Box 2510 Staunton, VA 24402-2510 Phone: 540.248.9646 Fax: 763.509.7663 email: service.training@daikinmcquay.com Located in California?

We offer chiller training classes at the Daikin University training facility in Irvine, California. Visit the DaikinMcQuay website, www.DaikinMcQuay.com for current schedules.

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Off Campus Training Terms & Conditions

Daikin McQuay Learning Institute will perform training at a customer’s facility under the following terms and conditions. Recording of Classes

Audio or video recording of Training sessions may be made only with McQuay’s prior express written permission. Any permitted recordings are subject to these terms and conditions.

Content Rights

All materials relating to training remain McQuay’s property. Copies or distribution of such material may be made only with McQuay’s express prior written consent.

Payments

All training sessions will be billed upon order. Payments will be subject to McQuay’s standard terms and conditions. If payment is past due at the scheduled start date of the training, the instructor will perform training at McQuay’s sole discretion.

Responsibilities

The customer is responsible for facilities, meals and other logistics related to the training unless prior arrangements have been made with McQuay. McQuay assumes no responsibility for these items.

McQuay will provide training and materials for the number of registered participants. There will be an additional charge for additional students, based upon the original price per student.

Scheduling

Training is by appointment only. Availability of instructors is at McQuay’s sole discretion. Content

The purpose of training is to provide customers with information valuable to the operation or maintenance of their equipment. McQuay retains the right to determine appropriate content for the agreed-upon topic.

Warranty and Disclaimer

Training information will be materially similar to that used by McQuay in training its own technicians. In the event it is not, McQuay will provide corrected, updated, or additional information, or, at its option, refund a pro rata portion of the price. THIS IS THE ONLY WARRANTY AND THE CUSTOMER’S ONLY REMEDY WITH REGARD TO TRAINING. THERE ARE NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, THERE ARE NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL MCQUAY BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Because of the variation among participants’ experience, prior training, and learning abilities, McQuay does not warrant that any particular student will attain any particular level of expertise or competence, and does not warrant any particular results of the training. The customer must satisfy itself as to the applicability and

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