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U.S. EPA Regulations

Form #: 630-110
This chapter covers a selective summary of U.S. 40 CFR Part 82, Subpart F, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s rules implementing Section 608 of the Clear Air Act. These Rules were published in the Federal Register on May 14, 1993.

Guide for the Field Conversion/Retrofit of Products to Change to an Alternative Refrigerant - Using UL 2170-2172

Form #: 630-113
This chapter covers the existing national standards of safety and installation codes. The requirements of these standards and codes are closely tied to the type of refrigerant that is used.

Who Sets the Rules for Electrical Testing and Safety?

Form #: 630-147
This chapter will help you cut through the alphabet soup of safety organization names to see how each plays a role in safety. To maximize safety for yourself and your team, you need a solid understanding of the rules and standards that govern safe electrical work.

Standard Procedure for Replacement of Components in a Sealed Refrigeration Systems

Form #: 630-49B
A service technician must first determine if a motor failure has occurred & how severe it is. Once an evaluation has been made, the technician must observe the proper guidelines for compressor replacement (if necessary) and system cleanup. This chapter offers a step-by-step procedure, presented in outline form, for the technician to follow.

Electrical Codes, National and Local

Form #: 630-51C
Past editions of this chapter of the SERVICE APPLICATION MANUAL have sought to acquaint HVAC &R service personnel with those provisions of U.S. electrical Codes with which they should be familiar. This revision continues that, and reflects requirements as of the 1990 U.S.

Overcurrent Protection and the National Electrical Code

Form #: 630-96
This chapter uses a question and answer format to explain portions of the National Electrical Code which pertain to overcurrent protection of transformers, HVAC equipment, and motors. These sections of the NEC are explained in practical terms, complemented by line diagrams.

Code of Good Practice for the Reduction of Emissions of Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) R-11 and R-12 in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Applications

Form #: 630-99
This chapter covers the Code of Good Practice which has as its main purpose the reduction of emission into the atmosphere of Chlorofluorocarbons R11 and R12 used in refrigeration and air conditioning applications.

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