The TU-105 Commercial Refrigeration Trainer is used to educate students on commercial refrigeration and air conditioning systems. This unit is intended for advanced learning. For a basic refrigeration trainer, take a look at the TU-100 Basic Refrigeration Training Unit.
- Electrical requirements: 120VAC; 60Hz; 15A
- Uses R-134a Refrigerant
- Overall Size: 72″ L x 20.75″ W x 77.5″ H
- Compressor: Single phase, 1/2 HP semi-hermetic (bolted reciprocating-type)
- Panels: 1⁄4″ thick HDPE with steel reinforced component shelf
- Evaporator Pressure Regulator (EPR)
- 2 Liquid Refrigerant Flow Meters
- Customizable isolated access ports for alternate metering devices
- Sight glass tubes at inlet and outlet of evaporators and condenser constructed of explosion-proof, tie-bolt design
- Cut-out and by-pass valves
- Hand valves allow malfunctions to be simulated
- Many control changes are possible
- Combination low pressure and high pressure control
- Thermostatic control with an adjustable range of –30°F to 100°F
- 2 solenoid liquid line valves
- Evaporators and condenser: Copper tube coils with aluminum fins and variable speed fans mounted on back of panel
- Includes Lab Manual and Operation Instructions
Shipping Weight: 1,000 lbs.
Shipping Dimensions: 81″ L x 45″ W x 88″ H
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TU-105: Suggested 7 Courses Totaling 126 Credit Hours
Subscription includes instructor’s selection of any 5 courses in catalog. Add more courses by request.
- 101 Fundamentals
- 135 HVACR Heat Pumps
- 141 Refrigeration I
- 142 Refrigeration II
- 143 Refrigeration Cycle Service Procedures
- 441 Commercial Refrigeration I for HVAC Techs
- 442 Commercial Refrigeration II for HVAC Techs
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Learn More About the TU-105
This commercial unit allows students to really see what happens with refrigeration when it’s pumping through the system as well as the different metering devices and components. Much like the TU-100 trainer, there are site glasses at both the inlet and outlet. Instructors can simulate different kinds of load conditions with variable fan speed control or show three different metering devices using the hand valve configuration.