This new text prepares HVAC students and technicians for EPA certification in the handling and disposal of chlorofluorcarbons (CFCs), providing information on all areas of certification, including the four licensing areas for stationary air conditioning and refrigeration equipment and automotive equipment. Table of Contents: Basic Theory of Ozone Depletion CFCs: Their Problems and Alternatives Refrigerant Regulations Refrigerant Conservation Refrigerant Recovery, Recycle and Reclaim Methods of Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling Commercial Stationary Air Conditioning and Refrigerant Systems Residential Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Motor Vehicle Air Conditioning Service Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling SystemsNonmajor Repairs This type of repair involves making a small opening for a short period of time, only a few minutes. ... Leak Repair Requirements Systems that contain a refrigerant charge of 50 pounds or more must have any leak repairedanbsp;...
|Author||:||Billy C. Langley|
|Publisher||:||Delmar Pub - 1994|