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SIX MONTHS TRAINING ON AIR CONDITIONER

COMPANY PROFILE
The Amber Group is among other things, one of the largest original equipment manufacturer of white goods in India. One factor that has led us this far is our relentless focus on quality. At the Amber Group we follow strict quality processes and we are an ISO 9001 - 2008 certified company. Under the aegis of the Amber Group there are two distinct entities: Amber Enterprises India Pvt. Ltd. and Amber Aviation India Pvt. Ltd. Amber Industries is a con Incorporated and promoted in 1992 by Mr. Kartar Sing glomerate of 9 manufacturing units that are involved in producing original equipment for some of the biggest brands in India while Amber Aviation is engaged in aircraft charters and training of commercial pilots.

Some of top white good brands stake their reputations on our products every day and have done so for years. What makes giants like L.G, Videocon, Godrej, Whirpool, Blue Star, Philips and Voltas trust the insides of their products to us? It can be summed up in one word - trust. Our customers trust us. We manufacture and customize original equipment as per specifications and as per schedule. Customer service is not a word we use lightly.

AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM


An

air-conditioning or HVAC&R system consists of components and equipment arranged in sequential order to heat or cool, humidify or dehumidify, clean and purify, attenuate objectionable equipment noise, transport the conditioned outdoor air and recirculate air to the conditioned space, and control and maintain an indoor or enclosed environment at optimum energy use

MAIN COMPONENTS
Compressor Condenser

Evaporator
Capillary Tube Electrical Parts

Indoor Fan
Outdoor Fan

ENGINEERS RESPONSIBILITIES
Initiation of a project by owner or developer Organizing a design team Determining the design criteria and indoor environmental

parameters Calculation of cooling and heating loads. Selection of systems, subsystems, and their components. Preparation of schematic layouts; sizing of piping and ductwork. Preparation of contract documents: drawings and specications. Competitive biddings by various contractors; evaluation of bids; negotiations and modications. Advice on awarding of contract. Monitoring, supervision, and inspection of installation; reviewing shop drawings. Supervision of commissioning.

WINDOW AND THROUGH WALL


Room air conditioners come in two forms: unitary and packaged terminal (PTAC) systems. Unitary systems, the common one room

air conditioners, sit in a window or wall opening, with interior controls. Interior air is cooled as a fan blows it over the evaporator. On the exterior the air is heated as a second fan blows it over the condenser. In this process, heat is drawn from the room and discharged to the environment. A large house or building may have several such units, permitting each room to be cooled separately.

SPLIT SYSTEM Split-system air


conditioners come in two forms: central and mini-split. In both types, the insideenvironment (evaporative) heat exchanger and fan is separated by some distance from the outside-environment (condensing unit) heat exchanger and fan

DOMESTIC USES Air conditioning is common in the US, with 88% of


new single-family homes constructed in 2011 including air conditioning, ranging from 99% in the South to 62% in the West. In Europe, home air conditioning is generally less common. Southern European countries such as Greece have seen a wide proliferation of home air-conditioning units in recent years. In another southern European country, Malta, it is estimated that around 55% of households have an air conditioner installed. In India AC sales have dropped by 40% due to higher costs and stricter energy efficiency regulations.

ENERGY SAVING METHODS

Locate the air conditioner in a

window or wall area near the center of the room and on the shadiest side of the house. Minimize air leakage by fitting the room air conditioner snugly into its opening and sealing gaps with a foam weather stripping material.