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A/C Clinic Training and Certification

A/C/ Clinic training in Jacksonville Lake City and Waycross

Training and Certification
$50 training, dinner, and certification   $15 training and dinner only

BBQ ribs and chicken dinner

Training topics include: Air conditioning principles, refrigerant review, troubleshooting and diagnostics, OEM or OEM level parts, new products and designs,MACS 609 certification exam


Jacksonville: Tuesday, February 11
5:30pm dinner
6pm-8:30pm training
Murray Hill UMC Fellowship Hall
1401 College St. (down Edgewood from Tom Nehl)
Jacksonvile, FL 32205

Lake City: Wednesday, February 12 
5:30pm dinner
6pm-8:30pm training
Tom Nehl Lake City
383 SW Arrowhead Terr.
Lake City, FL 32024

Waycross: Thursday, February 13 
6pm-8:30pm
Tom Nehl Waycross
801 Francis St 
Waycross, GA 31503 (across the street from Tom Neh parts store)

Contact your outside sales rep to register or contact Rosanne Rufenacht
at 904.389.3653 x1011 [email protected]

Parking map for Jacksonville event
Where to park for the Jacksonville training event

 

 

EPA SECTION 609 CERTIFICATION FACTS

 

EPA regulations under Section 609 of the Clean Air Act is focused on preventing the release of refrigerants during the servicing of motor vehicle air-conditioning systems and similar appliances.

Section 609 certification is a requirement of the United States Clean Air Act of 1990. It is a requirement for purchasing R-12 refrigerant and recovering R134a and R1234yf refrigerant.

Section 609 certification is good for life under current U.S. law and no recertification is currently required for Section 609.

  • Instructor covers 609 certification material
  • Technicians take a 25 question exam
  • Exam cost is $35.00 each

 

NEW EPA 609 Technician Certification Facts

Effective January 1, 2018 the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will restrict the sale of ALL refrigerants including R-134a to only EPA certified technicians. This is an expansion of the restriction of CFC and HCFC refrigerants.

The sales restriction covers refrigerants contained in cylinders, cans, or drums, except for the sale of small cans of substitute refrigerants (e.g., R-134a) for use in motor vehicle air conditioners. This sales restriction does not cover refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment or components containing refrigerants.