The Industrial Refrigeration Trainer (TU-155) is a self-contained freestanding unit with extra storage space below. This trainer is perfect for teaching students the principles of commercial and industrial refrigeration systems.
Gas Fired Heating Control Board
- All components panel mounted and wires brought to terminals on the front panel
- Equipped for both thermocouple and thermopile systems
- Signal lamps show simulated operation of burner valves, circulating fan air and air conditioning compressor
- Overall Size: 35”W x 13”D x 30”H
- Electrical Requirements: 115V AC, single phase, 60 Hz
- Shipping Weight: 130 lbs.
Committed to Quality Education: iConnect's goal is to provide top quality trainers at reasonable prices that fit our customers’ precise needs.
Before going into the field, technicians need to understand each heating and cooling systems. iConnect Training systems are used to teach HVAC/R students the skills required for safe and efficient operation of each kind of system used in the industry. iConnect Training manufacturers high-quality training units for education which are used in high schools, technical colleges, government facilities and other educational settings worldwide.
iConnect Training provides a line of sophisticated training units that greatly aide in the teaching of Heating, Ventiliation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration.
iConnect training units represent a variety of subjects in the heating, refrigeration and air conditioning. The units demonstrate a variety of skills ranging from simple concepts to advanced troubleshooting and servicing techniques. iConnect can also design and build custom trainers for your specifications and needs.
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