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HVAC Red Seal

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HVAC Red Seal

Red Seal Test / Exam Prep Textbook Construction Craft 450A, Millwright 433A, Electrician 309A 442A, Powerline Technician 434A, Plumber 306A, Carpenter 403A, Sprinkler Fitter 427A, Hairstylist / Hair Stylist 332A, Instrumentation & Controls 447A, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning 313A, Automotive Service Technician 310S, Steamfitter & Pipefitter 307A, Cook, Chef & Cook Assistant 415A, 415B & 415C, Welder 456A, Machinist 429A, Sheet Metal Worker 308A, Autobody Refinisher, Body & Collision Technician 310B - 310Q - 410N, Hoisting Engineer, Mobile Crane & Tower Crane Operator 339A 339B 339C, Truck & Transport Mechanic 310T & 310S, Heavy Equipment Technician & Mechanic 421A, Drywall Finisher & Plasterer 453A Bricklayer & Stone Mason 401A, Ironworker Generalist Red Seal 420A, Roofer 449A, Painter Decorator 404C, Insulator Heat & Frost 253A, Glazier 424A, Architectural Glass & Metal 424A, Gasfitter / Gas Fitter / Gas Technician NOC 72302, Boilermaker 428A Exam Kit Exam Readings Actual Exam Questions, HVAC Red Seal.


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Autobody Refinisher, Body & Collision Technician 310B - 310Q - 410N


Automotive Service Technician 310S


Boilermaker 428A


Bricklayer & Stone Mason 401A


Carpenter 403A


Construction Craft Worker Generalist 450A


Cook, Chef & Cook Assistant 415A, 415B & 415C


Drywall Finisher & Plasterer 453A


Electrician 309A 442A (MESAT)


Glazier 424A, Architectural Glass & Metal


Hair Stylist 332A


Heavy Equipment Technician & Mechanic 421A


Hoisting Engineer, Mobile Crane & Tower Crane Operator 339A 339B 339C


Instrumentation & Controls 447A


Insulator Heat & Frost 253A


Ironworker Generalist Red Seal 420A Exam Kit


Machinist 429A


Millwright 433A


Painter & Decorator 404C


Plumber 306A


Powerline Technician 434A


Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Mechanic 313A


Roofer Red Seal 449A


Sheet Metal Worker 308A


Sprinkler Fitter 427A


Steamfitter & Pipefitter 307A


Truck & Transport Mechanic 310T & 310S


Truck-Trailer Service Technician 310J


Welder 456A



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Complete readings, chapters and learning objectives covering the Canadian Red Seal curriculum and Standards.


-Four complete Red Seal exams with answers


-Flashcards training program with questions on the front and answers on the back


-This is everything you need to easily clear your Canadian Red Seal exams.

Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics are capable of diagnosing, repairing, installing and maintaining a variety of air conditioning and refrigeration systems and combined heating, ventilation and cooling systems.

As part of their job they measure cut and connect piping using welding and brazing equipment and can recharge systems with refrigerant gases as required.

Heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration systems consist of many mechanical, electrical and electronic components, such as motors, compressors, pumps, fans, ducts, pipes, thermostats and switches.

Air conditioning and refrigeration technicians usually work in commercial, industrial, residential and recreational sectors and can also be self-employed as contractors.

Industry Changes

The refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic is continuously challenged by technology and industry advancement. Environmental concerns have been increasing with the types of oils and refrigerants being used in today’s market. Staying educated with constant government changes is a job in it self.

With the decrease of mechanical and pneumatic controls and the increased use of more advanced electronic monitoring equipment and control systems, the technician must constantly educated his/her knowledge with computerized diagnostic equipment and automated controls.

The technician must continue to keep up to date with product knowledge and possess a great deal of customer relations as the consumer is always in competition for energy efficient products in both cooling and heating.


Safe working practices and accident prevention are the primary importance to the health and safety of all person(s) at any or all work place environments. All person(s) including employee, employer and government, share this responsibility in order to keep everyone free of any dangers or accidents that may cause an individual(s) serious bodily harm or death.

The Occupational Health and Safety Acts and Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) Regulations, should be consistently reviewed and enforced in every work place environment. Educating and understanding these regulations is everyone’s responsibility in order to keep a safe work place environment.

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) has contributed to a safer work place environment. Health and safety has become a high priority in the workplace due to increased awareness of dangers and the identifications of hazardous materials.

Practicing health and safety is a tremendous contribution to a safe and accident free work place environment.


Job Tasks

Coordinates refrigeration and air conditioning installation and maintenance

Customer service

Electrical components

Install and start up refrigeration and air cooling systems

Install and connect piping that carries all types of refrigerant

Installs control systems

Installs heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems

Maintain, service, repair and replace refrigeration and air cooling systems components

Maintain electrical and electronic components of the systems

Performs system components, accessories and material lists and handling

Plans installation of all control systems

Reads and uses blueprints, codes, standards, operations and service manuals

Service, test, adjust, commission and decommission refrigeration and air cooling systems



air compressor and regulator

air fuel equipment

Allen keys

bending jigs

bending tools

black light

bolt cutter

brazing equipment

brush (wire, paint, etc)


carbon dioxide (CO2) cylinder and regulator

caulking gun

charging cylinder

charging manifold

chalk line


circulating pump

cloths (emery, sandpaper etc)

cutting tools (pipe cutter)

drill bits

hack saw


hammer ball peen

safety equipment (goggles, boots, face shield etc)





Critical Thinking

Decision Making


Oral Communication

Problem Solving

Reading Blueprints and schematics


Computer Knowledge

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