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Fifth Class eBook - Book 3 [Ed.3.5]
Power Engineering Fifth Class eBook (Edition 3.5) – Book 3: Basic Physical Science, Safety and Regulation for Facility Operation
This eBook is the third in the three-volume set that comprises the Power Engineering Fifth Class course. These eBooks prepare learners to write the SOPEEC Fifth Class Power Engineer Certificate of Competency examination in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon Territory, and Northwest Territories. Other jurisdictions may recommend this three-volume set for low-pressure heating plant certificate examinations.
● Purchase the eBook. With this purchase, you will receive 6 months of access to online learning media and self‐assessments.
Features and upgrades:
● Online learning media and self-assessments
● New refrigeration content aligned with the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer
● Updated information on refrigeration safety
● Latest codes, standards, and regulations
● Clarifications and corrections
Important Note: The Power Engineering Fifth Class Edition 3.5 eBook set is the only single source of eBook learning materials approved by both IPECC and SOPEEC to meet the syllabus and curriculum standards required to successfully prepare for the Fifth-Class Power Engineer Certificate of Competency examination.
For a comprehensive outline of this book and the topics included, see its outline.
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The extract of CSA Standards provides requirements for the design, construction, installation, inspection, and maintenance of mechanical refrigeration systems, and it is complemented by the Practical Implementation Guidance Handbook for CSA Standards B51-19 and B52-18. These standards apply to all refrigeration systems installed (whether in new or existing premises), to systems that undergo a substitution of refrigerant, and to parts that are replaced in or added to the system.
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