Gas Installation Technology

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Wiley, Apr 18, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 464 pages
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This book provides the definitive text for students taking NVQ gas installation and plumbing courses. It presents essential information in a concise format and the text is well illustrated with diagrams and photographs.

It should provide the first textbook aimed solely at students learning the subject of gas and follows the same approach as Roy Treloar's highly successful textbook, Plumbing. It covers domestic, commercial and LPG installations.

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About the author (2005)

Roy Treloar has been in the mechanical service industry since leaving school in 1973. He became a full time lecturer, teaching plumbing in 1985. He is currently Team Manager: Mechanical Services at Colchester Institute where he is responsible for all plumbing, heating and gas training and assessment programmes. He has played an active part in external verification for the City & Guilds in both the plumbing and gas schemes and is author of the highly successful NVQ textbook, Plumbing, also published by Blackwell’s.

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