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Ross78
30-06-2011, 08:38 AM
Hi I am a C & G qualified engineer, but I have been out the game for over 8 years and am now returning so am a bought to do my 2079, as itís been a while since completing any A/C work and it was all R22 when i left, can anyone give me some good books that deal with new gasses, as well as a reminder, and prep for the new course.

Thanks

Tradewinds
30-06-2011, 09:55 AM
Hi Ross,
I would have thought all that is provided by your training company. How many days training do you have with a tutor prior to your assessment?

Ross78
30-06-2011, 01:52 PM
the course is 3 days, I have been gived a manual and am working through it just want to be 100% prepaired as I know I am very rusty

taz24
30-06-2011, 02:15 PM
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Hi Ross.

If you have been out of the trade for a while you will not be current with
new refrigerants but you will not have forgotten the principles its based on.

Do you have a 2078 or CITB?

If you do you will know about Montreal and Kyoto.
If not then learn about them. Then you need to think Fridge, not AC
the exam is a refrigeration based exam and you need to know how
a basic refrigeration circuit works.

All the best

taz

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Quality
30-06-2011, 06:42 PM
As said a basic system function is just about enough.
But new regulatory information on requirements for record keeping etc should be given during training

cadwaladr
02-07-2011, 03:44 PM
i agree quality,a uniformed log book etc should be worked thru my paperwork skills are crap you should be alright with a 3 day course,i honestly thought 2078 questions were more difficult.