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Services

Building Services

With extensive experience, we can assist in the design and supply of buildings to house your depollution facility.

We specialise in Cold Roll Steel buildings which are an excellent choice for your site. These sturdy buildings bolt to the floor and require less extensive foundations, reducing costs and construction time.

Please contact us to talk to our design engineers and building specialists.

Training

Our experienced and qualified staff will fully train you on all aspects of vehicle Depollution.

Full training will be given on all Depollution Stations, LPG recovery and Air Bag deployment and your staff members will be provided with certificates.

We recommend that all new members of staff receive training. Cost effective training can be included at the same time as a regular service plan, please contact us for details.

Current Legislation requires most Depollution operations to be undertaken by a “competent” person. Our training certification covers this Legislation.

Certain operations will require a formal qualification, in particular the removal and handling of Refrigerant (Air conditioning).

Refrigerant handling

Product details

City and Guilds Refrigerant Handling Qualification for Mobile Air Conditioning Systems Qualification No: 7543-001-01 Module 1 (F Gas Assessment)

Features & Specifications

The first of 3 modules towards the full City and Guilds qualification in Mobile Air Conditioning Systems. This is also a mandatory requirement directed by the European Union and Defra for all engineers who handle refrigerants and carrying out repairs of vehicle air conditioning systems.

This module is an assessment of the candidates competency and ability to operate a recovery unit and have a clear understanding of the fluorinated greenhouse gases and their environmental impact.

Prior to the assessment the candidate will need a minimum skills level and knowledge of the following:

– The function and layout of a vehicle air conditioning system
– Correct use of air conditioning service equipment and service tools
– Environmental implications – ozone depletion and global warming
– The safe transfer, waste disposal and recycling of refrigerants

All candidates will be issued with study notes and joining instructions prior to attending their refrigerant Handling Assessment. On successful completion of this City and Guilds module, candidates will receive their certificate and this will be a licence for life – dependent on legislation.

– Assessments can be carried out at customer premises
– No travel or accommodation costs
– Minimal disruption to the working day
– Multiple assessments can be carried out on the same day