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  • afvman
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    Re: Installation Certification

    Jim & Mikenelson,

    You're right, while there is no 'certification' for installations, most mfgs. want you to have their training. But, the ASE F-1 is a great start and if you're already a Master Tech, it should be a breeze. Study NFPA-52 and you should be in good shape.

    And, yes, the cylinders should be inspected. There is a formal certification now for CNG cylinder inspectors, but if you're only looking at one or two it probably would not be worth it.

    See: http://www.csa-america.org/advisory_...certification/

    Let me know if there's anything else we can do to help.

    B/R,

    afvman/Bill

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  • Mikenelson
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    Re: Installation Certification

    Thanks for the come back Jim. The more I look into this process the stranger things become. From the EPA regulations and cost to bring these to market and the availability of approved product is pretty crazy.
    I think I'll still go through the certification process to learn more about these alternate system.

    Mike

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  • younkin
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    Good luck buying a approved kit, usually you need to be trained by the company and as far as I know none of them are adding installers? Jim

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  • Mikenelson
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    Installation Certification

    Let's say I purchase an approved conversion kit for bi-fuel and do the install. Will I need the tank installation inspected/certified? I'm planning to be ASE F1 certified but I'm a little confused on this tank certification process.
    I'm also in the market for used study material in the ASE F1 preparation and possibly the tank certification process. I am a current ASE Master Tech and have registered for the upcoming ASE F1.

    Thanks
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