Flammable Refrigerants and Hydrocarbon Training

Flammable Refrigerants and Hydrocarbon Training

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This course is composed of 4 units designed for staff looking to upskill in flammable refrigerants and hydrocarbon refrigeration systems to ensure contractors comply with current safety legislation.

The Unit VU22583 Handle Class A2/A2L Flammable Refrigerants describes the skills and knowledge required to safely handle, use, store, and transport A2/A2L classified flammable refrigerants. The unit includes working safely; complying with relevant legislative, regulatory/licensing, standards, and codes requirements; relevant performance characteristics; manufacturers’ recommendations/ instructions and industry practices; and completing the necessary documentation. The Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Regulations 1995 apply to this unit at the time of accreditation. This requires that persons carrying out this work must hold a national Refrigerant Handling Licence issued by the Australian Refrigeration Council as it carries the risk of a fluorocarbon refrigerant being emitted.

This unit covers specialised procedures for servicing and repairs to achieve the effective and efficient operation of primarily self-contained air conditioning and refrigeration equipment using Hydrocarbon as the refrigerant. It reinforces safe working practice and encompasses applying specialised knowledge of refrigeration principles that apply to Hydrocarbon, following service manuals, testing, locating and rectifying faults and defective components and completing the necessary service documentation.

The unit UEENEEJ174A Apply safety awareness and legal requirements for hydrocarbon refrigerants covers the safety and legal requirements to handle, use and store hydrocarbon refrigerants. All safety aspects are covered to Australian and International standards. Legal requirements are covered at local, State & National level.

The unit UEENEEJ175A Service and repair self-contained hydrocarbon air conditioning and refrigeration systems covers specialised procedures for servicing and repairs to achieve the effective and efficient operation of primarily self-contained air conditioning and refrigeration equipment using Hydrocarbon as the refrigerant. It reinforces safe working practice and encompasses applying specialised knowledge of refrigeration principles that apply to Hydrocarbon, following service manuals, testing, locating and rectifying faults and defective components and completing the necessary service documentation.

Lastly, UEENEEJ176A Install, and commission hydrocarbon refrigeration systems, components and associated equipment covers specialised procedures for the installation and commissioning of refrigeration equipment using Hydrocarbon as the refrigerant. It encompasses working safely and to installation standards matching equipment, location, components and piping to given specifications. After installation, to commission the complete system including: pre commissioning tests, starting the system, ensuring correct refrigerant charge, basic air, or water balancing, adjusting components and controls to efficient operation. Completing all necessary installation and commissioning documentation.

The four (4) unit’s duration is three (3) full days. Two (2) days is online theory, and one (1) day is a demonstration of practical and practical assessments.

-VU22583 Handle Class A2/A2L Flammable Refrigerants

– UEENEEJ174A Apply safety awareness and legal requirements for hydrocarbon refrigerants

– UEENEEJ175A Service and repair self-contained hydrocarbon air conditioning and refrigeration systems

– UEENEEJ176A Install and commission hydrocarbon refrigeration systems, components, and associated equipment

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After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Prepare to work with A2/A2L flammable refrigerants.
  • Recover, pressure/leak test, evacuate and charge systems using A2/A2L classified refrigerant.
  • Apply safe working practices to hydrocarbon refrigerants
  • Follow workplace procedures for hazard identification and risk control of hydrocarbon refrigerants
  • Service and repair Hydrocarbon refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
  • Install and commission Hydrocarbon Systems.
  • UEE32211 Certificate III in AC and Refrigeration
  • Relevant ARCTICK license
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