What Is Covered
By the end of this course, students will have a full understanding of ignition prevention as well as safety and best practices for the use of A2L refrigerants. By listening to each section of the online course and working through the accompanying workbook, you will be prepared to implement A2L refrigerants in the field safely and effectively!
To take the full course is just a little over 2 hours. You can access the course anytime of day, it's available 24/7. Just log in and pick up where you left off.
Section 1 (Slides 1-24)
Introduction, Course Overview, Course Focus, Safety, Awareness, Prevention Methods, Purpose of this Training, Why Are We Moving to A2L’s, The Montreal Protocol, The Kyoto Protocol, The Kigali Amendment, The U.S. Schedule, EPA, SNAP.
Section 2 (Slides 25-39)
UL 60335-2-40, Approved A2L Refrigerants (R32, R454B, R1234yf), Occupation Classifications, Fire Triangle, Definitions (LFL, UFL, AIT).
Section 3 (Slides 40-59)
Restrictions on Refrigerant Use, Installation Restrictions, Restrictions on Refrigerant Use, Refrigeration Concentration Limit, Labeling Requirements, A2L Condenser Tech Tip Checklist, OEM Documents.
Section 4 (Slides 60-85)
EPA Regarding Training, ACCA’s Sources for Training, MSDS, ASHRAE Safety Classifications, R32 Flame Properties, Refrigerant Safety Checklist, Servicing Procedures, Non-Matched Labels, Technician Safety, Leak Testing, Recovery Tools, Recycle, Reclaim, Removal & Evacuation, Charging, Components.
Section 5 (Slides 86-108)
Handling Cylinders, Cylinder Containment and Transportation, Additional Best Practices, DOT Recommendations, Stenching, Tool Requirements, Course Overview, Conclusion, Thank You, References.