That's a joke. 1988 is totally obsolete in today's modern equipment.
Everything is now controlled by electronics and High efficiency
Mechanicals. Standard procedure is by Super Heat and Sub cooling
factors. Maybe someones outhouse is in need of ass wipe.
First off, I will point out to you that this Newsgroup was not created
to be a spammers advertising Products system.
The Newsgroup was primarily designed for the interchange of Ideas etc
for the Professionals.
The Secondary design was to help out those of the public that had no
where else to seek aid.
You are none of the above!!!
Our Sister Newsgroup is designed for those that wish to exchange and to
design HVAC Products and to delve into the Physics of such.
1988 is ancient in today's modern HVAC systems! You are selling crap.
I am well educated in Thermodynamics and have Controlled a HVAC Company
for a number of Decades. There have been vast changes since 1988. The
Physics of High efficiency was just barely getting started in 1988, It
has traveled eons since them.The same for the Cooling industry. Air
conditioners and refrigeration systems are vastly different with
different types of Gases and the method of charging them has changed
greatly. I highly recommend that all Candidates for this very well
paying industry sign on to a minimum 2 year Tech School or better yet,
Get a University degree in Thermodynamic Engineering. Most Unions are
tied to ACCA or ASHRAE with NATE training. Here are the requirements for
2 Years Votech school
2 years apprenticeship
4 years Journeyman
1 Year Master
The first 4 years can be done in 2 if you work in the industry while in
school. You cannot work unless a master is running the job. The master
cannot contract work. The contractor cannot work the job but can
contract it. Basically all contractors are also masters.
All upgrades are based on practical factors, classes, and written tests.
There is no way that a 1988 course can handle all of that.
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