When using recovery equipment manufactured before November 15 1993 you must evacuate a low-pressure chiller to what level before making a major repair?
When using recovery or recycling equipment manufactured BEFORE November 15, 1993, technicians must evacuate low-pressure appliances to the following level before making a major repair: 25 inches of Hg vacuum.
What are the standards for recovery equipment manufactured before November 15 1993?
(1) Equipment manufactured or imported before November 15, 1993, will be considered certified if it is capable of either recovering 80 percent of the refrigerant in the system, whether or not the compressor of the test stand is operational, or achieving a four-inch vacuum when tested using a properly calibrated …
When using a recovery system manufactured after November 15 1993 on a system containing 100 lbs of R 502 must be evacuated to?
|Term Type II Technician||Definition Technicians maintaining, servicing, repairing or disposing of high pressure or very high‐pressure appliances.|
|Term When using a recovery system manufactured after November 15, 1993 on a system containing 100 lbs. of R-502 must be evacuated to;||Definition 10 inches of mercury|
When using recovery equipment manufactured after 1993 it must be able to recover _% of the refrigerant when compressor is functioning?
Technicians repairing small appliances must recover 90% of the refrigerant if: Using evacuation equipment manufactured on or after November 15, 1993; and • The compressor in the appliance is operating.
When used for small appliances recovery machines manufactured before November 15 1993 must meet the following?
Except for equipment manufactured before November 15, 1993, the recovery or recycling equipment must have been certified by an EPA-approved equipment testing organization.
When recovery is first started at what phase?
|6. When recovery is first started, at what phase is the refrigerant removed to save recovery time,||C. Liquid phase|
|7. Where must you connect the hose in order to recover liquid refrigerant,||C. Liquid line|
When did recovery and recycling equipment manufactured after November 15 1993?
When using recovery and recycling equipment manufactured AFTER November 15, 1993, technicians must evacuate an appliance component containing MORE than 200 pounds of CFC-12 to the following level before making a major repair: 15 inches of Hg vacuum.
When using a recovery devices manufactured before November 15th 1993 the recovery level for Type 1 appliances is?
When using a recovery device manufactured before November 15, 1993, the recovery level for Type I appliances is: 80 percent of the system charge. After adding refrigerant to a nonpressurized container used with a system dependent recovery device, the pressure of the container will: Remain at 0 psig.
Who must certify recovery equipment used during maintenance?
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|EPA regulations include which of the following in the definition of small appliances||Both A and B|
|recovery equipment used during maintenance service or repair of small appliances must be certified by the EPA approved laboratory is manufactured after||November 15th 1993|
How do I become 608 certified?
To get your EPA 608 certification, you must pass an exam administered by an EPA-approved certifying organization. It is important to note that the exam is not administered by the EPA directly. Once you pass your exam, you receive your EPA 608 certification card in the mail.
When servicing an operating unit that has a receiver storage tank the?
#22. When servicing an operating unit that has a receiver/storage tank, the. compressor should be isolated off. compressor should be isolated off.
Which of the following methods can be used to pressurize an R 1233zd system?
Which of the following methods can be used to pressurize an R-1233zd system for the purpose of opening the system for a non-major repair? … Warming the liquid refrigerant in the system.