As a preferred supplier of Danfoss air-conditioning units, we would like to offer contractors access to the Danfoss Learning platform. This is your personal portal to the training and knowledge that can help you advance your career and business. With courses developed by experts in their field, you can join training to master anything from basic operations to designing and installing advanced solutions.

Enroll in face-to-face training, step into a virtual classroom or take self-paced courses. Danfoss Learning is fast, easy and always accessible. Use your personal account, log on and gain access to our training platform with a broad training catalog. The account is free of charge.

MACSCool Training

We are also offering Weekly Training Days in conjunction with Danfoss at our Johannesburg offices. The courses run concurrently and are as follows:

  1. Basic Refrigeration
  2. Intermediate
  3. Advanced
  4. Electronic

The courses build on one another, so we encourage you to attend all four courses. We offer a reduced bundle rate of R950 if you attend all 4 courses.

Dates: Every Saturday from 13 July 2019 to 28 September 2019

Address: 21 Prop Street, Selby, Johannesburg

Duration: from 8:30am until 2pm

Book you spot now by contacting Marty Burke on 011 498 0700, 082 815 4975 or email him at bmmain@macsauto.co.za. We hope to see you there!

Online Video Course Series:

Watch our range of Online Learning Video Courses from Danfoss.

  1. Refrigerants & Energy Efficiency Videos
  2. Air Conditioning Videos
  3. Commercial Compressor Videos
  4. Commercial Refrigeration Videos
  5. Industrial Refrigeration Videos
  6. CoolApps for Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Videos
  7. Installation Guide Videos
  8. Danfoss Learning Videos

We hope that these videos have taught you more about Danfoss and their product range.

Why do Compressors fail?

These booklets have been designed to assist Technicians and Refrigeration Engineers in understanding the causes of compressor failures, their diagnosis, rectification and prevention.

Have a look at the 7 booklets below on why compressors fail.

1: Refrigerant Flood Back

2: Flooded Starts

3: Liquid Slugging

4: Overheating

5: Lack of Lubrication

6: Compressor Overload

7: Failing to change Compressor Electrics after a Burnout

We hope that the information in these booklets will be of assistance to engineers in preventing unnecessary compressor failures in the future.