Get the qualification required to work with F Gas

City & Guilds 2079 - Level 2 Award in F-Gas Regulations

In Basildon

£ 885 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    Workshop

  • Location

    Basildon

  • Class hours

    18h

  • Duration

    3 Days

Description

The aim of this qualification is to provide you with the knowledge and skills to work on the installation, service, maintenance, recovery and leak checking of stationary refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump equipment that contains refrigerants classified as either fluorinated (F) gases or ozone depleting substances (ODS).

The qualification enables refrigeration engineers to meet legal requirements in relation to the qualifications required to work with Fluorinated Greenhouse Gasses, otherwise known as F Gasses. The F Gas Regulations have been put in place by DEFRA to help EC countries meet the Kyoto protocol targets.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Basildon (Essex)
See map
Crompton Close, SS14 3AY

Starts

On request

To take into account

This is the minimum legal F Gas qualification and is required by all engineers working on a variety of system sizes, if they carry out service, maintenance, installation, commissioning, recovery or leak checking.

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City & Guilds 2079 - Level 2 Award in F-Gas Regulations

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Subjects

  • Gas
  • Regulations
  • Refrigeration
  • Installation
  • Visual Inspection
  • F Gas Regulations
  • Ozone depleting substances
  • Fluorinated Greenhouse Gasses
  • DEFRA Regulations
  • Refrigeration engineering
  • Leak testing
  • How to determine strength test pressures
  • Nitrogen pressure testing
  • Systems evacuation
  • Cut & Peel examination
  • Test piece installation
  • Refrigerants handling
  • City & Guilds 2079
  • Level 2 Award in F-Gas Regulations
  • Oil draining from compressors
  • Refrigerant recovery
  • How to complete a F Gas Record sheet
  • Fabrication of mechanical joints
  • How to record leak tests

Teachers and trainers (1)

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Course programme

· Brazing

• Nitrogen pressure testing

• Handling, including the accidental release, of refrigerants

• Fabrication of a brazed test piece and mechanical joints

• Installation of the test piece

• Visual inspection for leaks

• A “Cut & Peel” examination of the test piece brazed joint

• Determining strength test pressures

• Conducting a strength test

• Conducting a leak test

• System evacuation

• Recording the tests

• Charging an Azeotropic refrigerant

• Visual inspection for leaks

• Determining the system correct refrigerant charge

• Indirect leak testing

• Completing an F Gas record sheet

• Connection and disconnection of service manifold sets with minimal discharge of refrigerant

• Refrigerant recovery

• Record keeping

• Draining oil from a compressor

City & Guilds 2079 - Level 2 Award in F-Gas Regulations

£ 885 + VAT