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Hydrocarbon Short Course


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Get the skills you need to safely handle hydrocarbons, and service and repair stationary refrigeration and air conditioning systems.

Refrigeration and air conditioning equipment using flammable refrigerants is increasingly being imported, manufactured and installed in Australia.

These refrigerants are flammable and toxic or operate at extreme pressures, but are being used in place of synthetic refrigerants which have high global warming potential.

This two-day short course will cover the safety and legal requirements to handle, use and store hydrocarbon refrigerants, and is designed to give you the skills you need to service and repair self-contained stationary hydrocarbon refrigeration and air conditioning systems as a Refrigeration Technician.

On successful completion of this short course, you will receive a Statement of Attainment for the units completed.

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