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  1. Lee_Howard

    Lee_Howard New Member

    Hi guys, I have recently signed up to an accredited ACS gas course in Feb. im hoping for some heads up on some of the equipment I may need.
    I have my plumbers kit (a collection of around 10 years).

    Was hoping for some direction of metering tools, books, Apps and anything else you guys could give me heads up on.

    Thankyou in advance

    Lee!
     
  2. A1P

    A1P GSR

    Hi,There have been a number of similar posts.Use the search facility and have a good read.The general feeling is that many of these courses are run for the benefit of those paying large sums to do them.They can cause major disappointment.Buy equipment when/if you start work.Give details of the course and you may be able to get more help.
     
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