Technical Resources – Free Downloads

ARC has expert staff on hand to assist the licensed refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) industry with technical matters relating to RAC systems and process, as well as training. We also provide useful technical content free of charge. See below for free downloads and information.

Technical Enquiries

Contact: Noel Munkman, Technical & Training Manager
Phone: 02 9531 1552
Mobile: 0422 048 112
Email: nmunkman@arcltd.org.au

 

Refrigerants

Refrigerants classification table 1
Refrigerants classification table 2
R22 phase out / 2016 and onwards
R1234yf automotive refrigerant
R744 (C02) automotive refrigerant
R32 information sheet
Importance of refrigerant selection
HFC Phase down
Refrigerant Flammability Classification Review
Innovations in refrigerant leak detection
Australian Standards Update for refrigeration and air conditioning (2016)
Avoiding cross-contamination of gasses
Managing refrigerant contamination
Refrigerant recovery and leak detection
Topping up systems with refrigerant is illegal

Codes of Practice (and related)

Automotive Code of Practice
Stationary (Air Conditioning and Refrigeration) Code of Practice:

Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Act 1989
Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Regulations 1995

Training

Certificate II split system installation – case study
Certificate III refrigeration and air conditioning – case study
Natural refrigerants training – stationary systems
Find a registered training provider
Training Quality

Saftey

Refrigerant cylinder safety for technicians
Safe use of flammable refrigerants - Safety Alert
Safety considerations when using flammable refrigerants
Risk management procedures for refrigerants
Lubrication oil flammability
Lubricating oil and dye in hybrid vehicles using electric AC compressors
Flammable refrigerants safety guide

Miscellaneous

Dry Nitrogen – use in installation and pressure testing of refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) equipment and pipework
What is Building Information Modelling (BIM) and what does it mean for technicians?