[i]Originally posted by bobby7388 But a stationary engineer will always be licensed in some form from a AHJ, if someone doesn't have the license then they should'nt use the name or title
I agree. It costs me 20 bucks a year to renew my “grade A“ license and I don’t even need it.
Right now I operate low pressure boilers but it might become handy in the future.
In Philadelphia every one working with high pressure boilers has to have it.
To get a job with the City as a stationary engineer, one has to have “Grade A stationary engineer’s
license” plus take a civil service test where there are many questions pertaining to air-conditioning and refrigeration.