A detailed, technical course relating to refrigeration and psychometrics, focusing on how the refrigeration process operates, and the relationship with other parts of the cooling system.

This is an advanced course for engineers and technicians who have a good level of knowledge and a recommended minimum of two years’ experience within the industry. It is also recommended that candidates complete Fundamentals of HVAC & Building Technology (BCM01) first.


At the end of this course, delegates will have a general knowledge of:

  • The h, log p chart.
  • The compression refrigeration cycle.
  • The functioning of heat pumps and ice storage plants.
  • The absorption process.
  • The different solution variants for refrigeration cycles.
  • Chiller sequencing, chilled water pumps and cooling towers.

Course Content

  • Fundamentals of thermodynamics refrigerants.
  • The h, log p chart.
  • Mechanical design of compression refrigeration plant.
  • The compression refrigeration circuit in the h, log p chart.
  • Heat pump technology.
  • The absorption cycle.
  • Optimising chiller plant.

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Course Prices
BCIA Member - £475 + VAT
Non-Members - £635 + VAT

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