Automotive Aluminium Heat Exchangers Training Course

Automotive Aluminium Heat Exchangers Training Course

If you manufacture automotive aluminium heat exchangers, this course is for you.

If you’re a supplier or an end-user, you’ll also find it useful.

A thorough understanding of aluminium heat exchangers from a materials point of view will help you get to the root cause of problems faster. You’ll also be able to develop better products.

If you’re new to aluminium heat exchangers, this course provides excellent background knowledge.

How this course can help

The aim of our Automotive Aluminium Heat Exchangers training course is to increase your knowledge of material (fin and tube) behaviour during fabrication and in service. We cover topics such as metallurgy, corrosion, manufacturing methods and brazing. You’ll also learn about the future developments in heat exchanger technology.

This course is written and delivered by technical specialists with expertise in aluminium heat exchangers who have worked in the industry for many years.

Who is it for?

Our Automotive Aluminium Heat Exchangers training course is designed for graduates in an engineering or materials discipline. However, experienced operators would also benefit from attending.

Each delegate receives a full set of course materials.

How long is the course and when is the next one?

The course is usually two days long, with each module taking approximately half a day. As with all of our training courses (apart from the Aluminium Rolling Technology Course), it is bespoke. This means we design this course specifically to your requirements. We take into account your products, processes and the experience of your people. We then send our consultants to deliver the course on your site at a time that is convenient to you.

You get the training you really need in the most efficient way possible; everyone learns together whilst avoiding costly travel expenses.

If you click on the Course Details pdf you’ll see a list of modules which provide a guide for us to work around when designing your course.

You might also want to have a look at our Heat Exchanger Technology page and also download our aluminium heat exchangers brochure.

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