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HVAC Technician

Description: A journey level HVAC technician is able to work independently to do the following: · Install residential, commercial, and industrial HVAC systems and their components. · Use and apply trade math to daily applications. · Interpret mechanical drawings, symbols and their application. · Soldering, brazing, and piping practices. · Apply and install venting for fossil fuel appliances. · Apply and install gas fired-heating equipment. · Understand furnace design and functions. · Understand commercial airside and hydronic systems including various types of boilers, piping, chilled-water systems and their components. · Measurement and control of air temperature, humidity, pressure, and velocity. · Maintenance and repairs of diverse HVAC systems. · Troubleshoot heating, cooling, and heat pump systems. · Troubleshoot control circuits, electronic controls, and accessories. · Troubleshoot air quality and energy conservation equipment. · Refrigerant leak detection, evacuation, recovery, and charging.


Duration: 120 min

Language: English

Due to lower volume, OSCA affiliate locations will be charging higher base prices than what appears on the OSCA website. Please check directly with our affiliates for their current pricing.

Categories: NCCER

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