• By clicking below, I consent to receive telephone calls and text messages from Ayers Career College containing information at the number above about their programs. I understand that the calls and messages may be initiated with automated equipment and that I am not required to provide this consent to be eligible to enroll.
1-800-317-0131 / info@ayers.edu Request Info

HVAC Lab Work

by on February 19th, 2013 in Heating & Cooling Training Student Testimonials

HVAC lab workAyers Heating and Air Conditioning student Cintron Rivera works on wiring an air handling unit during a recent lab project.

HVAC lab workAyers HVAC student Jeremie Gillard troubleshoots an air handling unit as fellow students Joshua Kraus and Alex deBray observe during a recent HVAC lab project.

HVAC lab workHVAC student Otis Kimble uses a swaging tool to flare a section of copper pipe during a recent HVAC lab project.

“We were working on swaging the end of a piece of ¾” copper pipe. We flare the end of the pipe and then braise another piece of pipe into it with a torch.” -Otis Kimble

HVAC lab workHVAC student Daniel Quartier uses a meter to troubleshoot a circuit board from an air handling unit as fellow students Jeff Lacy and Thomas Anderson look on during a recent lab project.

HVAC lab workinstructor Paul Shores creates a wiring “problem” on a condensing unit so that his students can practice trying to figure out what the problem is when they attend the troubleshooting lab project.

“It is really helpful to have so much modern equipment to use in the HVAC lab. I can create several troubleshooting scenarios for the students to come and work on all at the same time.” – Paul Shores, HVAC instructor

HVAC lab projectHVAC student Wade Robinson uses a cutting tool to cut a section of copper pipe so that he can prepare it for swaging and braising during a recent lab project at Ayers Career College.

“I was cutting a section of copper tubing to get it ready for soldering.” -Wade Robinson

Some Of The Companies That Hire Our Graduates Include