Note this F Gas qualification does NOT have an expiry date!
This course is for experienced refrigeration engineers who are familiar and comfortable with Pressure Enthalpy diagrams (Ph charts) and know the basic principles of the vapour compression system.
You should also have worked on systems with thermostatic expansion valves and know how to measure and calculate subcooling and superheating.
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. There is no practical training during this F Gas training course.
Revision of Basic Principles and updating to F Gas regulations and requirements so candidates can:
You will undergo both comprehensive practical and forty question on-line assessment
Course materials, City & Guilds certificate, lunch and refreshments
No, as we offer the City and Guilds 2079 there is no expiry date on the qualification so it does not have to be renewed.
We would suggest that you do not read or revise any of the subjects covered to avoid any confusion when you attend the course. Our courses are specially designed to take the candidate from any level through to passing the exam (provided they are on the correct course).
We would recommend attending the 5 day course as you will need to cover the theory behind the systems.
No all of the engineers who are working with refrigerants will need to have the qualification i.e. certified engineers working for certified companies.
No because the course is really revision designed for experienced, qualified refrigeration or chiller engineers used to working with DX systems.
The fgas course starts at 9.30 and runs through to about 5.00, with an hour for lunch.
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