This guide will help you determine whether your company is benefiting from the federal Materials of Trade Exception and whether you’re in compliance with state laws when transporting hazardous materials.
This volume of 52 talks offers information about the most common hazards mechanical service contractors face on the job and how to avoid them.
This module provides a background in the role of air distribution and ventilation in occupant comfort to help service teams understand the most common issues or questions that HVACR businesses encounter when dealing with airflow and ventilation systems.
The module reviews the practical application of many of the concepts discussed in earlier modules via examples of HVACR installations in several market segments.
This module reviews important support components for HVACR systems and the operation and importance of different types of controls in improving HVACR system efficiency and operation. It will also highlight common issues that HVACR businesses encounter when dealing with HVACR support components.
This module reviews the types of heating systems widely used in HVACR applications. On completion, you will be able to explain fundamental principles behind all heating systems,
recognize different fuel types used for heating and the characteristics important in selecting and working with fuels, identify various heating methods encountered while servicing HVACR systems, differentiate between the types of boilers used in residential and commercial heating installations, explain alternatives to conventional heating systems, along with benefits and tradeoffs for different geographic areas or building types and recognize the most common issues or questions HVACR businesses encounter when dealing with heating systems.
The module highlights the importance of effective customer service including keys to exceeding customer expectations.
This module provides an overview of industry terminology and slang in order to enable your service team to better relate to vendors and suppliers. It also offers an overview of major equipment, systems, tools and materials.
This module provides your service technicians with a basic knowledge of the underlying science of HVACR systems to enable them to become more effective in providing service for HVACR systems.