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New Mexico 16 Hour Mechanical Journeyman Package

  • 16 Hour Course
  • 4.5 71 Reviews
  • $110.00

This package includes 16-hours and is approved by New Mexico for mechanical licensees. This package includes courses to cover the most recent code updates to the International Mechanical Code:

2018 IMC Update Part 1

This course will review and highlight essential code requirements of the first five chapters in the 2018 International Mechanical Code. Included in the review will be specific examples of the life safety systems relating to heating, ventilation, air conditioning and exhaust systems. Changes from the previous version of the IMC will be highlighted in the question commentary where appropriate.

2018 IMC Update Part 2

This course will review and highlight essential code requirements of chapters 6 through 15 in the 2018 International Mechanical Code. Included in the review will be specific examples of the life safety systems relating to heating, ventilation, air conditioning, duct work, refrigeration, specific appliances, solar systems, chimneys and venting. Changes from the previous version of the IMC will be highlighted in the commentary where appropriate.

2021 IMC Update Part 1

This course reviews and highlights essential Code requirements of the first five chapters of the International Mechanical Code (IMC). Included in the review are specific examples of the life safety systems relating to heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and exhaust systems. Changes from the previous version of the IMC are identified. This course has no prerequisites.

2021 IMC Update Part 2

This NM-approved course covers 2021 International Mechanical Code updates found in Sections 6-15. Specific topics include duct systems, combustion air systems, chimneys and vents, fireplaces and solid fuel-burning equipment, boilers and water heaters, refrigeration systems, hydronic and fuel oil piping, and solar thermal systems.

  • Approved By: New Mexico Mechanical Division

Instructor Bio

Reggie

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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