RITS Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology program prepares students for careers in a variety of settings, including service technician (residential and commercial heating and air conditioning, heat pumps, and commercial refrigeration), new installation (residential and commercial heating and air conditioning, heat pumps, commercial refrigeration, plumbing and sheet metal), maintenance (apartment complexes and manufacturing facilities), sales (wholesale), design (wholesale), and utilities (energy management and load calculations).
B.E./B.Tech./AMIE in Mechanical Engg. /Automobile Engg., / Mechanical Engg. (Mechatronics) / Aeronautical Engineering (or) equivalent
What is the HVAC industry?
The HVAC industry manages indoor environments, designs, builds, installs, services, maintains, troubleshoots and repairs indoor comfort and cooling systems year-round.
The HVAC industry is a $150 billion per year business nationally and employs millions of people around the globe.
Why is HVAC important?
Homes, office buildings, industrial plants, airplanes, cars and computer technology all rely on complex HVAC systems to create and maintain safe, healthy and comfortable living and working environments. Many industrial, medical, technical and commercial processes also depend on sophisticated heating, cooling air quality and ventilation systems. HVAC technicians are problem solvers – experts who contribute to making equipment work better, more efficiently, quicker, and less expensively.