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Category II

  • F Gas Regulations Certification


Aims:

To prepare Category II engineers for the new updated F Gas qualification - City & Guilds 2079

Objectives:

By the end of this topic you will be able to:

  • Describe the International System of Units (SI) applicable to the refrigeration industry
  • Explain reasonable operating temperature differences for condensers and evaporators
  • State the four stages of the basic vapour compression cycle, and describe their structure and function
  • Explain the relationship between pressure and temperature, and its effect on the heat transfer properties of a refrigerant
  • Explain how heat is transferred during the evaporation and condensation stages of the vapour compression cycle.
  • Define the terms sensible heat, latent heat, subcooling and superheat.
  • Explain how the phase change of zeotropic fluids is different to standard single substance or azeotropic blend refrigerants.
  • Describe the characteristics of zeotropic refrigerants.
  • Explain how key international Protocols and Regulations directly affect the refrigeration industry.
  • Describe the functionality, advantages and disadvantages of components used in refrigeration/air conditioning systems.
  • List the contents required in plant/system records.
  • Describe the hazards associated with handling F Gas refrigerants.
  • Explain the precautions to be adopted when handling different F Gas refrigerants.

Pre-requisite Study:

  • None

Areas covered in this module:

  • International System of Units
  • Vapour Compression Cycle
  • General characteristics of zeotropic blends
  • Protocols and Regulations
  • Maintaining records
  • Refrigerant handling hazards
  • Quiz (3 different banks of questions)
  • Quiz

FG02 - Cat II Certification £200.00
Available on request.