HVAC MAESTRO Section 608 EPA Certification Review 2
The HVAC MAESTRO GAS FURNACES SECTION 608 EPA CERTIFICATION REVIEW 2 for Windows (*see requirements) is now available... in CD ROM and downloadable formats.
Currently in use by technical colleges throughout the United States, this program Windows prepares you to take the Refrigerant Handling exam that is required of all technicians opening the refrigerant side of an a/c or refrigeration system.
The program takes you through all of the necessary knowledge - from ozone depletion theory to regulations to required service practices. It is a self-paced presentation with narration and audio that is controlled by the user.
Test your knowledge of the required topics with four interactive quizzes that are different every time you take them, and another quiz on the recovery machine requirements that must be memorized for the exam.
New in Version 2... cumulative scoring, improved sample exam feedback, improved navigation, improved audio options, auto-update, memorization tools, and more!
Excellent for both students and instructors alike!
The Educational Network Version is designed to run on a server and is licensed to connect to up to 20 PCs simultaneously... ideal for a classroom setting!
Partial Topic List
Introduction Ozone: What's Happening?
The “Three R’s”
Type I Review
Type II Review
Type III Review
Type I Quiz
Type II Quiz
Type III Quiz
Recovery Machine Requirement Quiz
and much more...
ORDER TODAY for special savings! Save even more when purchasing the downloadable version. The same program without the material and shipping cost! Upon purchasing the downloadable version, you will be emailed the link to download (the same business day) along with the serial number that is required for installation.
* Requirements: Windows 95 or greater, CD ROM Drive (CD ROM version), 800x600 screen resolution or greater, 225mb hard drive space, Internet access for online updates. Macromedia Flash Player 8 is required to view the program content, and Adobe Acrobat Reader 4 or higher is required to view and print the included documents. Both of these technologies are free downloads.