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Thread: Stationary Engineer's Exam
02-03-2013, 03:17 PM #14Regular Guest
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As a high school student who is an aspiring building/stationary engineer I would love to hear more about your experiences.
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02-03-2013, 03:34 PM #15
I'm in Rochester, NY and here there are both Stationary Engineer and Refrigeration Operator licenses which are required by the city based on plant horsepower or tonnage. Best book I know of for the steam side is Steam Plant Operation by Woodruff, Lammers and Lammers. For refrig/AC try Standard Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Questions and Answers. By Elonka and Minich.
02-03-2013, 11:14 PM #16
I worked for The City, the County, and the Feds. The buildings were a mix, but mostly Commercial Office Buildings, with a Central Plant to feed them. When I retired, I was a Senior, which is the same as a Chief. You do not need an Engineer Licence in CA, but you do of course need a Universal EPA Certification, as part of the Job Description.