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    Legal or no ?

    Went to a site today where the inhouse engineer has starting swapping condensor fans to sea if he could get it running
    The gent has no f gas or refrigeration background can he legally work on a 7 kws split cassette i admit he does not seem to touch the refrigerant side of things that i no off but he has been playing electrical wise many thanks charlie

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    Re: Legal or no ?

    I would say no, he should not be working on the equipment.

    Start reading here..... lots of angles but same answer.

    https://www.gov.uk/guidance/qualific...ntaining-f-gas
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    Re: Legal or no ?

    So if I call a sparky in he cannot touch it even if he certs,forgive me but he is more qualified than me in electrics ? or have i misread?

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    Re: Legal or no ?

    Looking at the link Brian posted it is not clear if the Catagory 1 cert covers Automotive. Does Automotive need a seperate cert?
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