Basic Refrigeration Systems

Fairwater Education 21 minutes

The purpose of refrigeration systems on board vessels is to store temperature-sensitive cargo, perishable food supplies and air conditioning. In line with the Montreal Protocol, and as per MARPOL Annex VI, refrigeration installations must comply with various requirements, including the charging and discharging of systems, and the types of refrigerant utilised.

During this course, you will gain an understanding of the basic components and operation of refrigeration systems. You will also explore the regulations governing refrigerants onboard, the principles of leak detection, refrigerant charging and the problems/maintenance aspects associated with refrigeration systems.



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Fairwater Education

Fairwater Education provides expertise in education, specialising in all aspects of maritime education and training needs across the sector. With experience across all educational settings, Fairwater Education aims to support the development of all individuals and organisations wishing to engage with continuous professional development. In order to achieve this, our team includes qualified and experienced educators, maritime industry backgrounds, qualifications to Masters Level and professional body Fellowships.

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  3. Language: English
  4. Length: 21 minutes
  5. Intended for: Seafarers involved in the operation and or maintenance of refrigeration systems.
  6. Reference: Not based on any reference