Latin America. The Center for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Creaaca, of Venezuela, announced that it has been expanding its services on a regional scale in countries such as Colombia, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Miami to offer specialized technical training in refrigeration and air conditioning.
Creaaca, was born in Venezuela in the year 2005 attending the opportunity of deployment of entrepreneurial forces that was opened within the framework of the implementation of the programs of the Montreal Protocol, relating to the reduction of substances that deplete the ozone layer.
Since then, the center has trained more than 6.000 technicians in the areas of commercial refrigeration and air conditioning, industrial refrigeration, automotive refrigeration and good refrigeration practices. Likewise, they supported the transfer of gas recovery technologies and work tools to more than 1.800 technicians.
The creative contents of Creaaca deepen innovation and new trends in HVAC / R. "The environment requires us to constantly review and analyze the national and international standards, the technical profile of the new equipment, the guidelines on the final disposal of refrigerant gases, updates on the installation, diagnosis and preventive maintenance of the systems, as well as complementary skills and attitudes that technicians need to provide quality services, in line with codes of ethics and good practices, "said Osmer Enrique Castillo, CEO of Creaaca.
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