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R39/C79S Solar (2021-04-13)
R-39 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Including Solar Scope – Installation and repair of comfort air conditioning systems, including refrigeration, evaporative cooling, ventilating and heating with or without solar equipment. Installation and repair of machinery, units, accessories, refrigerator rooms, and insulated refrigerated spaces, and controls in refrigerators. If necessary, a new circuit may be added to the existing service panel or sub-panel. Excluded is the installation of a new service panel or sub-panel.
C-79 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Including Solar Scope – Installation, alteration and repair of refrigeration and evaporative cooling systems, including solar. Installation, alteration and repair of heating systems of “wet,” “dry” or radiant type. “Wet” systems include steam or hot water boilers and coils, or baseboard converters and are limited to 30 PSIG operating pressure of 220°F for hot water and 15 PSIG operating pressure for steam. “Dry” systems include gas-fired furnaces and space heaters. Installation, alteration and repair of ventilation systems. Installation of these systems includes duct work, air filtering devices, water treatment devices, pneumatic or electric controls, and control piping. Thermal and acoustical insulation, vibration isolation materials and devices, liquid fuel piping and tanks, and water and gas piping from service connection to equipment it serves. Testing and balancing of refrigerant, cooling and heating circuits, and air handling systems.
Minimum Passing Score of 70%
Time Allowed - 75 Minutes
Closed Book These books are for pre-test study only and are not available for use during the test.
Publication Year: 2006
The intent of this manual is to equip the reader with the knowledge and skills needed todesign, install, operate and maintain the most common types of solar water heating systems.The manual serves as the textbook for the solar thermal course sponsored and conducted bythe Florida Solar Energy Center. It also functions as a study guide for those intending to takelicensing or certification exams.The manual presents an overview of solar thermal applications, provides basic informationon the principles of solar energy, reviews solar thermal technologies, and provides detailedinstruction on the safe, efficient installation of solar water heating and pool heating systems.The manual is divided into six sections, with each separated into individual.
Publication Year: 2018
The IPC provides minimum regulations for plumbing facilities in terms of both performance and prescriptive objectives, and provides for the acceptance of new and innovative products, materials, and systems. Important changes include: Updated table for the Minimum Number of Required Plumbing Fixtures. Single-user toilet facilities (a room having a single water closet and a single lavatory) are not required to be labeled for use by only a male or female (separated use designations). Solar thermal water heating systems need to conform to the ICC 900/SRCC 300 standard. Well systems are required to comply with standard NGWA-01 where local requirements do not cover subject matter or are lacking in detail on others.
Publication Year: 2018
2018 International Fuel Gas Code addresses the design and installation of fuel gas systems and gas-fired appliances through requirements that emphasize performance.
Publication Year: 2018
2018 International Mechanical Code establishes minimum regulations for mechanical systems using prescriptive and performance-related provisions. The code was developed with broad-based principles that make possible the use of new materials, methods, and design.
Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning is the HVACR standard for a new generation of learner. It correlates to HVAC Excellence and PAHRA accreditation requirements to ensure complete coverage that prepares students for career success. This edition has an improved instructional design, improved assessments, enhanced content on fundamentals, such as electrical theory and troubleshooting, and new digital assets that help students master knowledge, hands-on applications, and diagnostic skills. The revision also helps prepare students for employment and careers with new lab activities and features. Prepare your students for careers with new learning materials based upon the original HVACR industry standard.
Follow-the-Heat™ Animations provide 63 short animations that introduce foundational concepts using simple, easily understood graphics and narrations.
Troubleshooting Activities create an interactive experience designed to develop and promote troubleshooting techniques and logical diagnostic skills.
New chapter on Electrical Troubleshooting, and expanded electrical coverage in the text and lab manual provide excellent coverage of essential information.
Soft Skills for HVACR features emphasize the importance of workplace skills.
Service Call Troubleshooting features present on-the-job service call situations.
Full-color Lab Manual includes 35 new lab activities – including activities focusing on basic electrical skills and sheet metal construction.
Low Pressure Boilers is the leading resource for preparing for low pressure boiler operator and facility operating engineer licensing. This textbook provides a comprehensive overview of the latest information on the safe and efficient operation of low pressure steam and hot water boilers, cooling systems, and related equipment. Each chapter is divided into sections to aid comprehension of key concepts. To assist with preparing for a licensing exam, a separate chapter with test-taking tips and a sample exam is included.
Publication Year: 2022
All Federal Construction Regulations (29 CFR 1926) are included in this “perfect bound” book in an easy-to-read, two-color layout.
All 29 CFR 1926 regulations for construction industry are included along with the following items:
29 CFR 1903 regulations covering inspections, citations, and penalties
29 CFR 1904 regulations covering recording and reporting occupational injuries and illnesses
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