HVAC systems

Conducted by: Mr. Jose (Yossi) Chvaicer
SKU: 22658
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Day 1
  • Introduction to HVAC systems
    • History of HVAC
    • Major Uses
    • The science behind HVAC systems
    • Working principles of HVAC
  • Design of Air Handling Units
    • HVAC design challenges
    • The Psychrometric table and charts
    • Main components of an HVAC System
    • Heat Exchangers, Fans and Duct Systems
    • Configuration of Air handling systems
    • Equipment Selection
    • Examples
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Day 1

  • Introduction to HVAC systems
    • History of HVAC
    • Major Uses
    • The science behind HVAC systems
    • Working principles of HVAC
  • Design of Air Handling Units
    • HVAC design challenges
    • The Psychrometric table and charts
    • Main components of an HVAC System
    • Heat Exchangers, Fans and Duct Systems
    • Configuration of Air handling systems
    • Equipment Selection
    • Examples
  • Air Filtration for Quality Control
    • Methods of air distribution and extraction
    • Types of filters
    • Filtration processes
    • HEPA Testing and certification
  • Facility Design for Particle Control
  • Facility layout and typical controlled area specifications including OSD and Laboratories
  • Design features for dust  and contamination control and prevention of cross-contamination
  • Differential Pressure  and  Airflow regimes
  • Use of barrier systems and unidirectional airflow devices  (PLF)
  • Exercise

Day 2

  • Qualification of HVAC Systems and Room Environments
    • Risk-based approach
    • Impact and Quality Risk Assessments
    • Design Qualification
    • P&ID Symbols and How to read it for an HVAC systems
    • IQ/OQ/PQ
    • Documentation examples
    • How should a protocol look like
  • Maintaining the Validated State
    • Change Management
    • Ongoing Quality Risk Management
    • Continuous Improvement
    • Non-Conformance Management
  • Particle Monitoring
    • How optical particle counters work
    • Particle counting technology (including airborne rapid micro sampler and how they work)
    • Classification vs. monitoring of clean zones
    • Classification worked examples
    • FDA CGMP & EU GMP Annex 1
    • Monitoring systems
    • Understanding particle monitoring data
  • Microbial Monitoring
    • What has to be monitored and when?
    • Routine and periodic monitoring requirements
    • Differences between Aseptic and Non-Sterile Areas
    • What equipment is needed?
    • Where should we monitor?
    • What standards should be applied?
    • Location and frequency examples
    • Effective data management and reacting to data
  • Summary
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Dates: 
  • 15/03/2022
  • 16/03/2022
  • 29/03/2022
  • 30/03/2022
Course location: Zoom Course
Duration: 4-Days Course
Hours: 09:00 - 12:30
Credits: 2
Course Language: עברית

Course price: ₪3,600 + VAT
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About The Lecturer

Jose (Yossi) Chvaicer
Senior Project Manager, Validation of Equipment and Utilities Mr. Chvaicer
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