Nauman Innovation Group LLC
Training with HVAC Simulator
“Think training is expensive…try ignorance.”
We offer Heating and Cooling Curriculums designed for students and entry level technicians to learn new behaviors and assist in developing skills.
Our Mission is to improve technical proficiency one technician at a time.
Digital and Desktop Simulators, along with the corresponding Workbooks, can be used by an instructor in a classroom setting.
The HVAC Simulator – Heating Curriculum – Students will gain a better understanding Sequence of Operation, Schematic Reading, and Electrical Diagnostics in a controlled classroom environment.
The HVAC Simulator – Comfort Cooling Curriculum – Students will gain a better understanding of applying refrigeration theory to different scenarios.
The Heating and Comfort Cooling curriculums are designed to maximize the learning process without an investment of training mangers’ time.
Entry level technicians can learn the Sequence of Operations, Schematic Reading, and Electrical Diagnostics without any investment of time from the contractor. The HVAC Simulator Heating Curriculum is designed as a self-study course with the assistance of a seasoned technician.
Classroom & Learning Material
All HVAC Desktop Simulators include the curriculum with purchase. The Heating Curriculum includes approximately 6 classroom hours of learning material and student troubleshooting labs.
Desktop and Digital Simulators & Workbooks
The HVAC Simulator – Heating Curriculum can be used in a classroom setting or as a self-study course. The average time to complete the curriculum is 6 hours. This program focuses on skills to apply sequence of operation and schematic reading to troubleshooting common diagnostic issues.
Desktop Heating Simulators
This model simulates the Carrier (59SC5B), Bryant (915SB), Payne (PG95E), and ICP (R95ESN) single stage furnace with constant torque ECM motor, with 16 heating and 16 cooling faults.
Digital Heating Simulators
This model simulates the Tempstar, Heil, ComfortMaker and KeepRite, Day and Night, AirQuest, and ArcoAir (N95ESN), a single stage furnace with constant torque ECM motor, with 16 heating and 16 cooling faults.
The HVAC Simulator – Comfort Cooling Simulator and Curriculum
This curriculum will be able to be used in a classroom setting or as a self-study course. The average time to complete curriculum is approximately 3 hours. This program focuses on basic theory of refrigeration for HFC and A2L refrigerants. Skills include importance of CFM, identifying phases of refrigerant and applying knowledge to new install and diagnostics.
Digital Comfort Cooling Simulator
The HVAC Simulator – Universal Furnace Simulator
This simulator will be able to accept any manufacturer’s Control Board with 16 heating faults. This can be used in a classroom setting or as a self-study course with a seasoned technician.
Universal Furnace Simulator
Meet The Team
Dirk is a self-taught programmer, who created the original prototype for the sole purpose of teaching a friend who he introduced to the HVAC industry. Currently, Dirk is employed as a Training Manager and Commercial Tech Support Field Representative for contractors through a Carrier distributor.
Jen brings her organizational skills and drive. Jen has a background in the science field and is married to an engineer. She understands the importance of education and training to be successful. She keeps the business rolling with scheduling and behind the scenes paperwork.
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