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  Industry viewpoint – On CO2 training…  Training in Europe – an overview

Kim G. Christensen, managing director at Advansor

José María De Santos, head of refrigeration installations at Makro

Christian Heerup, technology manager, refrigeration, at DTI

“The story that there isn’t enough CO2 training capacity is a lie.”

“The main handicap is training for installers and maintenance personnel. Most of them are not prepared or don’t have a chance to work with this kind of installation. It will take a bit of time, three or four years.”

“There are lots of people that want a better understanding of what’s go and no-go with CO2. The market has matured in Denmark and now we’re seeing people with different kinds of occupations attend the courses. The course is a combination of theory and hands-on, people can see it work with high pressures and train for set points.

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A lot of people are a little bit afraid of CO2 as a refrigerant because they are not used to working with high pressures and suddenly they can see a system working right in front of them with 100 bar reading on the gauge so they are much more confident after doing the hands-on training.”

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