Courses of Study

Architecture and Construction, Grade 9 - 12, Refrigerants, 2009

1.) Demonstrate safety rules, regulations, and procedures for handling refrigerants.

2.) Describe different classes of refrigerants.

3.) Explain physical and chemical properties of refrigerants.

4.) Identify azeotropic mixtures and blends.

5.) Identify the color and classification of refrigerants using the Pantone Matching System (PMS) color number.

6.) Describe saturation pressure and temperature, including single element refrigerant, azeotropic, zoetropic, and blends.

7.) Identify saturation pressure and temperatures for different types of refrigerants.

•  Identifying when saturation pressure and temperature do not match the refrigerant
8.) Calculate superheat and subcooling and superheat and subcooling glide for HVACR.

9.) Demonstrate recovery techniques recognized by the EPA for refrigerant applications.

10.) Demonstrate the use of R-410 refrigerant gauges.

11.) Compare the type of refrigerant oil used with each type of refrigerant classification.