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EPA Certification (Section 608) Review & Exam

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Date Location Tuition/Cost
(per person)
Additional Cost Info
3/3/2014 - TRANE
5355 N. Post Road
Indianapolis, IN 46216
A map will be sent with the class confirmation.
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$ 350.00 Should the student not pass any portion of the certification exam and be required to take the exam again, there is no discount available, since Trane is charged for every test.
EARLY registration discount, if you register prior to Feb 14, 2014. You must supply your form of payment by early registration deadline to receive the 10% discount. Class materials and box lunch are included.
Hours Contact Number of Seats Intended Audience
8:00am-5:00pm Email: dlslack@Trane.com
or Call: Denise Slack
800-285-2487
30Open Anyone needing or wanting the EPA Section 608 Certification.

Description

This is the only opportunity this spring for this course! This class is designed to prepare the student for the EPA Section 608 certification with the exam given on the same day, at the end of the class. It covers procedures and governmental regulations associated with servicing refrigeration equipment and the recovery and recycling of refrigerants. It also familiarizes the attendee with the ozone depletion and refrigerants. Objectives of the course include:
Identify the proper safety precautions, including eye and hand protection, used while performing refrigeration operation and service.
Identify examples of CFC, HCFC & HFC refrigerants, the expected replacement for commonly used refrigerants and the expected operating characteristics of the replacement.
Demonstrate the use of the Temperature-Pressure Chart to identify refrigerant.
Identify the common terms and the damaging process associated with ozone depletion.
Distinguish three common refrigerant cylinders and proper use and maintenance for each.
Review expected procedures to conserve and contain refrigerants and retrofit.
Proper procedure for using manifold gauges to connect a vacuum pump, vacuum gauge and refrigerant supply to a refrigerant cylinder to evacuate and precharge the cylinder.
Describe properly using manifold gauges to connect a recovery unit to a refrigeration system to recover refrigerant in the vapor state.
When you register for this class, you will be mailed a study manual, which you should review prior to class to insure passing the EPA exam. The exam will be sent in for grading and cards will be issued and mailed back to those who have passed.

Registration Information

If there is still space in a class, we will be happy to accept student enrollments up to the start of the class. Review the Important Class details with the Registration Form (shown on home page or in Catalog). We make every effort to hold classes. However we reserve the right to cancel a class due to low attendance, weather or illness. Each student will be notified in the event of a cancellation and your payment will be refunded in full. Our liability will be limited to return of the registration fee.

How To Register

Complete the registration pages (see homepage) and fax, email or mail them in. Online registration is also available; see below. You’ll receive a class confirmation and a map to the facility.

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Prerequisites

None

Cancellation Policy

Due to the difficulty and expense of scheduling qualified trainers, no refunds will be granted for cancellation after Feb 14, 2014. After the Feb 14, 2014, deadline you may substitute another attendee without charge.

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