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Source 2019-20 Dunwoody Career Services Annual Report

HVACR Systems Servicing

Prepare for immediate employment in a high-demand field, as you gain the skills and hands-on experience needed to service energy efficient HVACR systems for residential, commercial, and industrial structures.


Job Inquiries Per Graduate

Source 2019-20 Dunwoody Career Services Annual Report

Accredited by HVAC Excellence

2 Years

Graduates earn an associate of applied science degree



HVAC Facilities

Commercial Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Lab

Learn about the systems used to heat and air condition commercial spaces as well as equipment used in refrigeration of commercial goods such as perishable...
  • 17 roof top units, six variable air volume boxes, 5 power roof ventilators, 2 cooling towers, 2 chillers, and 3 make-up air units for air conditioning and ventilation
  • 2 industrial burners, 2 commercial gas burners, 1 steam boiler and 2 heat pumps for heating
Residential Heating and Air Lab

Residential Heating & Air Conditioning Lab

Learn about the various types of furnaces and air conditioners used to heat and cool residential buildings.
  • 6 high efficiency condensed force air furnaces and 14 mid-efficiency force air furnaces, all using diverse ignition systems
  • 6 low efficiency furnaces using standing pilot and electronic ignition systems
  • 6 oil-burning, high pressure gun furnaces that use primary control/cad cell ignition
  • 3 electric forced air furnaces; 2 have PC board control; 1 uses sequencers
  • 6 mid-to-high efficiency central air conditioners and 10 low-to-mid efficiency central air conditioners
  • 5 air-to-air heat pumps using all fuel kits to interface with fossil fuel furnaces
  • 1 air handler hooked up with supply ductwork

Electrical/Thermal Science Lab

Learn the basics of electrical and thermal science.
  • Breadboards for electrical experiments and controls
  • Equipment for BTU transfer, gain, and loss experiments
  • A diverse array of air balancing testers and tools

Motor Lab

Learn the fundamentals of the types of motors used in the HVAC field.
  • 10 various permanent split capacitor 120 and 240 volt motors
  • 10 various split phase 120 and 240 volt motors
  • 8 various capacitor start 120 and 240 volt motors
  • 10 various shade pole-style 120 and 240 volt motors