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    Kansas Standard Journeyman/Master Mechanical Exam Prep


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    Kansas Standard Journeyman/Master Mechanical Examination Materials:

    • 2018 International Mechanical Code
    • 2018 International Fuel Gas Code
    • 2017 National Electrical Code – NFPA 70
    • 2018 International Mechanical Codes – Tabs
    • 2018 International Fuel Gas Code Tabs
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Requirements To Complete

About This License

The state of Kansas does not license mechanical contractors. Check with your county and local municipality for more information on requirements.

Requirements to Obtaining Your License

Depends on the county/city.

Applying For Your License

Contact local county/city.

Exam Details

50 questions



70% to 75% passing score depending on classification

Exam Provider: ICC

Exam topics include General Requirements, Appliances and Equipment, Exhaust and Ventilation Systems, Duct Systems, Combustion Air, Chimneys and Vents, Fuel Supply Systems, Special Requirements, and Electrical.

Books and References for the Exam

2015 International Mechanical Code

2015 International Fuel Gas Code

2014 National Electrical Code

Continuing Education

Depends on county.

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How It Works


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