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Condenser Fan Motor 1/4 HP,
208-230V, 1075 RPM
WG840465-EW Multiple Horsepower Condenser Fan Motor
Dual Run Capacitor, Round, 440V, 5+35 MFD
Condenser Fan Motor 1/2HP, 1075 RPM, high temp, 2.3FLA, 460V, 60Hz
Condenser Fan Motor 1/3HP, 1075 RPM, high temp, 1.5FLA, 460V, 60Hz
SPP6 Hard Start Super Boost, PTC Relay and Capacitor, 90-277VAC
Super Gripbelt V Belt,
B62 Super Gripbelt V Belt,
Rescue Condenser Fan Motor, Multi Horse Power
Dual Run Capacitor, Round, 370/440V, 40/5MFD
This learning path covers the fundamentals technicians must understand to become competent in the HVAC industry. The courses in this Learning Path are designed to educate technicians on technical topics and concepts they must understand before moving on to more advanced training modules.
This curriculum consists of all 6 modules of the HVAC Essentials Series: Basic Safety, Basic Mechanical Refrigeration, Basic Electricity, Combustion and Venting, Air Distribution, and Basics of Indoor Air Quality. These courses are text-based (PDFs) and each one is followed by an exam to test proficiency in the subject.
This learning path is designed to help installers learn the basics and fundamentals needed to be successful in the HVAC industry. Topics include basic electricity and refrigeration, all the way up to brazing and leak testing refrigerant lines.
The capacitor is a vital component in units with motors. In this module, you'll learn about the construction and purpose of a capacitor in Lennox products, and the processes for diagnosing and checking capacitors.
In this module, you’ll learn about practical readings and measurements in the inspection and maintenance of heating systems. As an HVAC service tech, knowledge of practical readings and measurements will help you to understand how heating systems work and how to service heating systems safely and easily. Note: This course qualifies for NATE continuing education credits.
In this course, you'll learn about troubleshooting air conditioning units, including typical operating pressures and temperatures and what to look for when something is not performing properly. Note: This course qualifies for NATE continuing education credits.
This module covers a fundamental concept essential to understanding the operation of an HVAC system: The Refrigeration Cycle. The course reviews the concepts of Change of State, Heat Transfer, and Refrigerant, and provides a succinct overview of how all three work together in an Air Conditioning system to remove heat from the home.
This course module covers two topics: (1) Understanding how airflow affects the refrigeration cycle and (2) Understanding metering devices. Note: This course qualifies for NATE continuing education credits.
Electric motors operate continuously in harsh environments. Thus, they benefit from preventative maintenance programs and routine checks. This video outlines how electric motors are used in heating and cooling systems, the approved methods of checking the motors, the symptoms of various motor malfunctions, and how to fix potential problems.
The electric motor is what makes many components of an air conditioning system possible. Proper installation and maintenance are vital for avoiding needless motor replacements. In this video module, you'll learn about the induction motor, which is the most commonly used motor in air conditioner components. The video covers the various components and designs of induction motors, functioning requirements, how the motors work, and the steps required for maintenance and installation.
Understanding how heating and cooling systems work is a basic requirement for HVAC technicians. In this video module, you'll learn about the various types of equipment in the heating and cooling system (such as the condensing unit, evaporator, and indoor unit). You'll also learn how these units regulate temperature, as well as how to calculate the efficiency and capacity of a unit.
Getting new customers is an essential and expensive investment. Naturally, you'll want to keep those customers. Each visit with a customer is an exercise in building a bridge to continued relations. In this video, you will learn how you can better serve the customer as a person and as a technician, as well as how to deal with more difficult customers.
Offer valid from July 2, 2018 to August 19, 2018. Buy qualifying Motor, Capacitor or Belt (OEM Motors not included) and get free training. Get a free eCourse if order of qualifying products is $200 or above. Get free Learning Path if order of qualifying products is $1,000 or above. Full list of free eCourses and Learning Paths is available on LennoxPros.com/Summer. eCourse vouchers are valid until September 30, 2018. Offer not valid with past or future purchases, or in combination with any other offer or promotion. Offer valid only on qualifying SKUs as listed on LennoxPros. All qualifying products are subject to availability on a first-come, first-served basis; stock levels vary by location and not all stores stock each qualifying SKU. Transactions may be made in-store or online. In-store ORC: PS5. Online enter notes to customer with code: LEARN. Valid in the U.S. and Canada. Promotion is subject to change or cancellation without notice.