Texas Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Exam Review

$219.99

This course covers information regarding the Texas exam. In this course you will find:

  • Highlighting guides
  • Practice quizzes
  • Math and Calculations
  • Instructor Support
  • Test Taking Tips
  • iPad/Tablet/Android Compatible

This course is designed to help you prepare for and pass both the Environmental Air Exam as well as the Commercial Refrigeration Exam

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Course Overview

Description, benefits & features

A Class A license entitles the license holder to engage in each type of air conditioning and refrigeration contracting that is endorsed on the license in relation to a system, a product, or equipment of any size or capacity.

A Class B license entitles the license holder to engage in each type of air conditioning and refrigeration contracting that is endorsed on the license in relation to a system, a product, or equipment of not more than 25 tons cooling capacity; or 1.5 million BTU’s per hour output heating capacity.

This course includes sample figures, questions, math and calculations, as well as a highlighting guide for the approved references.

How Do I Get My License?

  1. Purchase the Exam Prep Course — and then study!
  2. Pass the exam.
  3. Submit your application, licensing fee and proof of insurance.
  4. To apply for license, please contact the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation at 1-512-463-6599.
  5. The license fee is $115.

Requirements To Get A License

  • Applicants must be at least 18 years old and show proof of 48 months of practical experience in air conditioning and refrigeration work under the supervision of a licensed air conditioning and refrigeration contractor within the last 72 months.
  • Class A licenses must provide liability insurance in the amount of $300,000 and $600,000 for aggregate.
  • Class B licenses must provide liability insurance in the amount of $100,000 and $200,000 for aggregate.
  • An air conditioning and refrigeration contractor license must be endorsed with one or both of the following endorsements:
    • An environmental air conditioning endorsement; or
    • A commercial refrigeration and process cooling or heating endorsement.
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Books and References for the Exam

The following references are recommended to study for the examination. They are available for purchase from our online contractor’s bookstore or by calling our office at 1-800-952-0910.

  • 2018 Uniform Mechanical Code
  • 2018 International Mechanical Code
  • 2018 International Fuel Gas Code
  • Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  • ADI Duct Size Calculator
  • Manual J (Environmental Air Exam Only)
  • Manual D (Environmental Air Exam Only)
  • Manual S (Environmental Air Exam Only)

The following references can be printed online free of charge.

Applying for Licensure

  • To apply for license, please contact the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation at 1-512-463-6599.

Exam Details

  • Pre-approval is required to sit for the examination. After you have been approved to schedule your exam, contact PSI at 1-800-733-9267
  • Class A examinations have 120 question while Class B exams have 100 questions.
  • Class A examinations have 240 min time limit while Class B exams have 180 min time limit
  • A 70% is required to pass.
  • Topics on the commercial refrigeration exams include absorption systems, basic refrigeration components, boilers, business and law, combustion air, controls, design and responsibility, equipment requirements, heat loads, HVAC systems, piping, pressure relief protection, refrigeration principles, service, testing, ventilation, and venting.
  • Topics on the environmental air exams include basic refrigeration components, boilers, business and law, combustion air, controls, design and responsibility, equipment requirements, heat loads, HVAC systems, piping, pressure relief protection, refrigeration principles, service, testing, ventilation, venting, air properties, air distribution, and exhaust.

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