Refrigeration Systems Servicing and EPA Section 608 Certification Workshop
This workshop is designed specifically for maintenance technicians who are responsible for the preventative maintenance, servicing, and repair of refrigeration systems used in air conditioning equipment, commercial refrigeration systems such as walk-in and reach-in equipment, and appliances.
Fundamental principles technicians need to understand about refrigeration systems are covered along with the latest available information on refrigerant updates, and study and preparation for either the EPA Section 608 Universal Technician Refrigerant Handling Certification exam or R410A certification exam.
In addition to a take-home workbook that is used during the workshop and can later be used as a reference on the job, participants will also take their EPA refrigerant handling study manual with them at the conclusion of the workshop.
Day One and Two: 8AM To 4PM, Day Three: 8AM to Noon
Introduction and Workshop Overview
The Laws of Thermodynamics That Allow A Refrigeration System To Work
The Four Components of A Basic Refrigeration System
Refrigeration System Sizing and The BTU
Refrigeration System Accessories
Understanding Refrigerants and The Temperature/Pressure Relationship
Using Gauges and Temperature/Pressure Chart To Evaluate A Refrigeration System
Using Manufacturer’s Charging Charts To Check System Charge
Comfort Cooling, Heat Pump & Refrigeration System Evaluation
Troubleshooting Refrigeration System Problems
Refrigerant Leak Detection
Proper Use of Refrigerant Recovery Equipment
Proper Use of Vacuum Pumps, Evacuating and Dehydrating A System
Recharging A Refrigeration System
EPA Refrigerant Recovery Test Preparation
EPA Testing or R410A Testing (Multiple Choice Exam)
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR
This workshop is facilitated by Jim Johnson, who has over three decades of experience in the HVAC industry working as a technician, field trainer and instructor. He has written four textbooks and ten technician handbooks relative to heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration, and has also written and produced more than 50 HVACR video training programs. He holds multiple industry certifications in refrigerant handling. His specialty is adult education. He consistently receives high marks for his ability to explain and simplify concepts, allowing technical and maintenance personnel to put the information they learn to work in a practical way in their job.