Guide to the E.P.A. Refrigerant Handling Certification Exam

Guide to the E.P.A. Refrigerant Handling Certification Exam

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This study guide is designed for those who are preparing to take an EPA approved certification exam. It features good examples of the type of questions to expect on the actual exam, provides test-taking techniques, and outlines strategies that may be used to help correctly answer questions when a test taker is not sure of the correct response.show more

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  • Paperback | 218 pages
  • 178.1 x 234.4 x 11.2mm | 335.66g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
  • English
  • 0130115452
  • 9780130115454

Table of contents

Introduction. Who Should Take the EPA Certification Test. Who Writes the Tests? Type of Test. What You Should Know. Refrigeration System Review. System Review. Evaporator. Be Test Wise-Pass the Test. Temperature-Pressure Chart. Before Test Day. Test-Taking Fear. Relax. Meditate. Distractions. Cramming. Test Yourself. Ground Rules. Discriminate and Eiminate. Change an Answer. Test-Taking Techniques. Read and Understand. Test-Taking Strategies. On Test Day. Good Luck. Health and Safety. What is Ozone? Atmospheric Ozone. Absorption of Ultraviolet Radiation. Destruction of the Ozone. Effects of Ozone Loss on Human Health. The Greenhouse Effect. The Clean Air Act. Stratospheric Ozone Protection-Title VI. Significant New Alternatives Policy.Certification. CORE Test. General Knowledge. Overview of Issues on the CORE Test. Ozone Depletion. Three Primary Refrigerant Types. Ozone Depletion Potential. The Clean Air Act and the Montreal Protocol. Recovery Devices. Recovery Techniques. Recovery Cylinders. Shipping and Transporting. Dehydration. Leak Repair Requirements. Substitute Refrigerants and Lubricants. Safety. Practice Test. Type I. Small Appliances. An Overview of the Issues on the Type I Test. Equipment Requirements. Recovery Techniques. Type I Test. Type II. High-Pressure Refrigerant Certification. Overview of Issues on the Type II Test. Leak Detection. Recharging. Recovery. Recovery Requirements. Type II Test. Type III. Low-Pressure Refrigerant Certification. Overview of Issues on the Type III Test. Leak Detection. Recovery. Recovery Requirements. Recharging. Purge Units. Type III Test.Appendix. Section 608-Refrigerant Recycling Rule. Title VI-Stratospheric Ozone Protection. Sec. 601:Definitions. Sec. 602: Listing of Class I and II Substances (n/a). Sec. 603: Monitoring and Reporting Requirements. Sec. 604: Phaseout of Production and Consumption of Class I Substances. Sec. 605: Phaseout of Production and Consumption of Class II Substances. Sec. 606: Accelerated Schedule. Sec. 607: Exchange Authority. Sec. 608: National Recycling and Emission Reduction Program. Sec. 609: Servicing of Motor Vehicle Air Conditioners. Sec. 610: Nonessential Products Containing CFCs. Sec. 611: Labeling. Sec. 612: Safe Alternatives Policy. Sec. 613: Federal Procurement. Sec. 614: Relationship to Other Laws. Sec. 615: Authority of Administrator. Sec. 616: Transfers Among Parties to the Montreal Protocol. Sec. 617: International Cooperation. Sec. 618: Miscellaneous Provision.608-Technician Certification Programs. Glossary. Answer Keys. CORE. Type I. Type II. Type III.show more

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