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Updated and revised for 2003 thru 2013 codes

Last revision 10/27/13

 

All the help you need to pass your HVAC exam in one condensed course

"Guide to Passing the HVAC Exam"

Includes over 150 computer based practice questions 

COMPLETELY UP TO DATE

 

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To be assured our course will get you your license, click on the map below to see if your state has adopted the international Codes

 

"I guarantee you will get your license, or your money back"

  John White

 

BASED ON THE INTERNATIONAL MECHANICAL CODE, INTERNATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE AND INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CODE. 

PLUS

 MANUALS J, D, N AND BUSINESS MATH ARE TAUGHT AND EXPLAINED IN SIMPLE UNDERSTANDABLE TERMS

 

 

Most states have adopted the international Mechanical Code. They may however, have attached their name to it.  For example, New York State Mechanical Code or North Carolina Mechanical Code. Click on your state to see if it has adopted the International Mechanical Code.

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SAVE WEEKS OF STUDY TIME.....Without the "Guide" you will have to wade through and study over 3000 pages of reference material.  The "Guide"  removes the fat and concentrates on what you need to know to pass the exam.

This copyrighted home study course teaches and explains the provisions of the International Codes.  it is designed to assist you in understanding the tough stuff; the stuff the code does not quite explain.  For instance, when using the vent sizing charts, would you use the 15 Ft. or 20 Ft. row to size an 18 ft. high vent?  We'll show you how to: calculate required outdoor ventilation rates, size a commercial kitchen hood, determine if an area is a confined space, size both LP and natural gas piping, determine combustion air openings and correctly size appliance vents.

Manuals J, N and D. Once you've read our sections on load calculations and duct design you'll be looking for a butt kicking machine for not ordering our course earlier. There is simply no easier method for fully understanding these manuals.

Because many states are now adding business questions to their HVAC exams, we have included a section on business practices and math. It is written in a language, we in the trade understand.  You no longer have to have the skills of a Philadelphia lawyer, mathematician and a CPA to help prepare for the exam. 

  A  test question would likely be: "If your cost to install a system is $3300 and wish to make 30% profit; what would your selling price be"?  Hint: the answer is not $4200. Scroll to the bottom for answer.  

           

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN WITH OUR GUIDE

  • Manual J, 8th edition- Easy to understand procedures for calculating loads .  Basic principles of heat transfer and thermodynamics.  Operating cost calculations
  • Manual N- Once we get through Manual J, N will be a cakewalk.
  • Manual D- "Three easy steps to duct sizing."
  • Symbols and Psychrometrics - How to read and use charts and calculate A/C capacity
  • Mechanical Code- What to highlight and how to calculate ventilation and combustion air requirements, hood sizes and return air ducts, plus more
  • Fuel Gas Code- What to highlight.  Determining confined spaces, gas pipe sizes, vent sizes and clearances, plus more
  • Business- Learn business equations and accounting principles.  Find out how to figure profit the correct way.
  • Energy Code- Only what you need to know to pass.
  • 150 Strategic Practice Questions- Answer these and you'll surely pass
  • Much, much more                                                                                                                          

This Guide is designed to be used in conjunction with the above reference books and manuals. It is not intended to replace them.   If your state requires you to use any or all of these books you must purchase them separately from www.acca.org and www.iccsafe.org .

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THE GUIDE IS AN PUBLICATION THAT WILL BE ELECTRONICALLY SENT TO YOUR COMPUTER IMMEDIATELY, ONCE YOU PLACE YOUR ORDER (If you wish, you may order a hard copy below)

BELOW IS AN EXCERPT FROM THE GUIDE TAKEN FROM OUR SECTION ON MANUAL J

 

The reference books you will need to study make up over 1500 pages of provisions, charts and calculations; the Guide condenses this information into 100 pages. It takes the tough stuff and makes it simple. 

Students who have used this guide book actually have a higher passing rate than students who have taken our classroom course.  WHY?  Because people who READ the material retain much more than people whom are TOLD the material, and the Guide is always next to them for reference or as a last minute refresher.

 

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"I used your study guide, then lent it to my friend and we both passed our exams with flying colors!"

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BELOW IS AN EXCERPT FROM THE GUIDE TAKEN FROM OUR SECTION ON THE FUEL GAS CODE

 

Single appliance -Table 504.2(1) Sizing vents

What size vent is needed for a 160,000 BTUH  naturally ventilated appliance if the total vent height is 18 and the lateral 2?

Answer: 6

Under the height column you have to choose either 15 or 20. Remember this, the taller the vent the more capacity it has, therefore, if the 20 row is used the vent may be under sized. Always use the shorter height. In this case use 15. Now use the 2 lateral and select a vent size under NAT. A 5 vent will handle only 129,000 BTUH, while a 6 vent will handle 225,000 BTUH, therefore select a 6 vent.

 

 

 

WE PROMISE YOU WILL LEARN MORE FROM THIS GUIDE THAN FROM ANY FORMAL CLASSROOM COURSE AND IT IS ONLY $97

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 

Learn from someone who knows

John White has been teaching HVAC for over 30 years. He has a BSBA degree in Business Administration, holds an electrical, plumbing and heating licenses, and is certified by ACCA to teach Manuals J and D (load calculations and duct design). He is an author of several books including the national best sellers, "Guide to Passing the HVAC Exam" and "Guide to Passing the Plumbing Exam" and has developed the EMS HVAC load calculator and duct designing software. He has taught at East Carolina University, Pitt Community College and Beaufort Community College and has presented seminars throughout the nation. John sold his mechanical contracting business in 2006 to devote his energies to his consulting company, Energy Marketing Service. EMS offers exam prep courses to prospective HVAC and plumbing examinees, is an approved provider of continuing education for both plumbing and heating by the NC State Board of Examiners of Plumbing, Heating and Fire Sprinkler Contractors and develops proficiency exams for HVAC and Plumbing testing agencies.

 

 

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