Learn how technicians can earn their HVAC certification through NATE’s CHP-5 Program (Certified HVAC Professional). The goal of this certification is to help technicians complete their certification in an easier fashion tailored to their learning style.
As global, national, and state regulations have targeted the phase-down of HFCs, the industry has seen a shift toward alternative refrigerants with lower global warming potential (GWP). While more environmentally friendly, many of these emerging options bear a degree of flammability.
Becoming an RSI Accredited Contractor gives you an advantage and can provide an upper-hand within the HVAC Industry. Learn more about ACCA’s Quality Assured Program to get the opportunity to earn credentials.
To protect against floodbacks on systems vulnerable to liquid refrigerant damage such as heat pumps, the accumulator’s function is to intercept the liquid refrigerant before it can reach the compressor.