F- Gas – Oxy-fuel Brazing & Pipework
- The principles of RACHP Oxy-Fuel brazing processes
- Installing/repairing copper pipework
- Ideal for F Gas installers
- Covers specialist equipment and tools
Viva Training Academy delivers F Gas Category 1 certification, which covers the four main F Gas Categories.
Refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump (RACHP) engineers need to complete F-Gas certification in four different categories, depending on the type of activity being carried out, the appliances they need to work on and the level their working too.
F Gas certification is a necessary requirement for Refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump (RACHP) engineers who work with Fluorinated Gases. F Gases cause global warming with the most harmful (those with a high Global Warming Potential (GWP)) are in the process of being phased out as part of the F Gas regulations.
F Gas certification must be renewed every five years.
What does F Gas Category 1 cover?
Category 1 (Level 3): Installation, maintenance, service, recovery, decommissioning and leakage checking of refrigerant systems of any size, plus Categories 2 – 4.
Category 2 (Level 3): Installation, maintenance, service, recovery, decommissioning and leakage checking of refrigerant systems with a charge of less than 3kg (6kg if hermetically sealed).
Category 3 (Level 2): Refrigerant recovery from systems that contain less than 3kg of F-Gas.
Category 4 (Level 2): Checking for leaks and identifying leakage risk in refrigerant systems, including air conditioning units and heat pumps.
F Gas engineers will learn:
Industry-leading F Gas training
We’re approved by Worcester Bosch to deliver training to its F Gas installers, and the LCL Awards qualification we offer is currently the only F Gas certification available with Level 3 elements.
|Course Duration:||5 Days|
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