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Hydrocarbon Refrigerant Training Program.

While hydrocarbon refrigerants have been in use for decades in Europe and Asia, they are just more recently gaining momentum in the United States.

Having been approved for use in specific applications under the EPA's Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP), it is only a matter of time before technicians begin encountering systems utilizing these refrigerants in the field.

To better understand the: regulations, safety issues, service procedures a new training package is available which includes a training manual, instructors PowerPoint with speaker's notes and an end of course completion certificate.

The training manual covers: EPA Regulations, UL Standards, Safety Issues, Refrigerant Properties, Service Procedures, and much, much more!

It is highly recommends only experienced refrigeration professionals handle HCs. You should already have a solid understanding of the refrigeration cycle and proper handling of CFC, HCFC and HFC refrigerants.

 

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A PowerPoint presentation is available for HVACR educators and trainers.

The PowerPoint correlates directly with the training manual. Each slide within the presentation contains speaker notes that are designed to aid the instructor through the presentation and provide additional talking points.

An end-of-course assessment validates comprehension of course materials. Those who successfully complete the program will receive a course completion certificate from the Refrigeration Service Engineers Society (RSES).

Technicians interested in taking the open book Hydrocarbon exam should visit www.escoinst.com and click on the certifications link.

HVACR educators, trainers and wholesalers can call 1-800-726-9696 for additional information on the Hydrocarbon Refrigerants Training Package.
 

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