12-Hour Renewal Package for Kansas

  • 12 Hour Course
  • 4.5 39 Reviews
  • $120.00

Save with our 12-hour package that is accepted for Kansas HVAC license renewal. The package covers important updates to both the 2018 and 2021 International Mechanical Code (IMC).

2018 IMC Update Part 1

After completing this course, the licensee will understand some of the key life safety requirements for mechanical systems.

2021 IMC Update Part 1

At course completion, participants will:

  • Describe the scope, application, and the legal severability of the International Mechanical Code.
  • Describe the preferred method of condensate disposal.
  • List the occupancies where mechanical ventilation is required.
  • Explain how minimum demand controlled ventilation rates are calculated.
  • Describe the exhaust requirements for manicure and pedicures stations.
  • Describe the appropriate location for exhaust duct terminations.
  • Describe grease duct slope requirements for factory-built grease ducts and square field fabricated systems.
  • Explain how a type I grease hood over a smoker oven can be used to vent all combustion products.
  • Describe the necessary clearance to combustible construction for listed hoods.
  • List the prohibitive applications and Exception for energy recovery ventilators (ERVs).

2021 IMC Update Part 2

After completing the course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe approved materials and methods used for installing supply, return, and exhaust air duct systems.
  • List design, installation, and maintenance requirements for different types of chimney and vent systems.
  • Describe minimum construction and performance standards for fireplaces and solid fuel-burning equipment.
  • Explain regulations concerning proper installation of boilers, water heaters, and pressure vessels.
  • List design, installation, and operation requirements for refrigeration systems.
  • Describe provisions for the installation and repair of piping used in building space conditioning systems.
  • Explain regulations for the design and installation of above-ground and underground fuel oil storage and piping systems.
  • Approved By: Kansas PHCC

Instructor Bio


Reggie Hucks is an Inspection Services Administrator for High Point, NC. He has also served as the Code Administrator for Brunswick County and is a Level 3 Mechanical, Building, and Plumbing Inspector. He also is a certified mechanical contractor in North Carolina.

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