When installing or servicing an air conditioning or refrigeration system, two of the most important tasks performed by technicians are refrigerant recovery and system evacuation. In order to perform these tasks properly, and in a safe manner, technicians need to understand the theory behind them, having a working knowledge of the equipment and tools used, and employ accepted industry best practices. This program walks through each step of both tasks, while covering safety, theory, and application.
HVACR and plumbing educational programs located in high school, community college, trade school or apprenticeship program will find this program can be integrated into your program or be used as a stand-alone course.
HVACR wholesalers, manufacturers and continuing education providers will find this program is excellent to reinforce concepts in a 6-8-hour training program.
System Recovery and Evacuation was written by HVACR instructors for HVACR instructors to provide sound, relevant information in a single source.
The manual provides students and practicing technicians with the information and knowledge necessary to understand refrigerant recovery, system evacuation, and filter driers. It is full of color illustrations and includes worksheets that provide students and practicing technicians with the information and knowledge necessary to accurately and safely install or service air conditioning and refrigeration systems.
Main topics include: the refrigerant recovery process, recycling and reclamation, the evacuation process, and measuring a deep vacuum. The end of the booklet contains fill-in-the-blank worksheets that review the content of the entire manual.
The instructor resource materials include a 88-slide PowerPoint that 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. Student worksheets and answers are also included.
System Recovery and Evacuation certification covers safety, the refrigerant recovery process, recycling and reclamation, the evacuation process, proper tool use, measuring a deep vacuum, and filter driers.
Proctors can log in to review candidate test results and access detailed statistical reports. These reports help instructors pinpoint strengths and weaknesses in their instruction. Additionally, these reports aid the program in documentation for Perkins compliance.
The training manual, instructor resources and certifications are available as a complete comprehensive program or sold separately.
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