HVAC Exam Guide EPA Type I, Type II and Type III - UNIVERSAL

EPA 608 Certification - Type I, Type II, Type III and Universal

EPA 608 Certification
Type I - Practice Exam

This exam consists of 60 multiple choice questions. The questions are representative of the most relevant topics covered in the evaluation for the EPA Section 608 - Type I license. Time limit: 120 minutes.

A Type I Technician primarily works on small appliances such as domestic refrigerators, window air conditioners, PTACs and vending machines (a small appliance is defined by the EPA as a unitary system that contains less than five pounds of refrigerant charge).

The passing score on this HVAC certification practice exams is 80%. If the student achieves this score on our practice exams, they should have no problem on the actual certification exam. You don't need to memorize the questions and answers because this is not the real exam, instead you should read and understand the concepts behind the question. Learn the material, get a high score in the certification exam and become a good HVAC technician. Don’t miss this opportunity to improve your chances of passing your EPA Section 608 - Type I license exam.

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EPA 608 Certification
EPA Type II - Practice Exam

This exam consists of 60 multiple choice questions & answers. The questions are  representative of the most relevant topics covered in the evaluation for the EPA Section 608 - Type I license. Time limit: 120 minutes.

A Type II Technician primarily works on equipment using a high pressure refrigerant such as HCFC-22. The equipment includes residential air conditioners and heat pumps, supermarket refrigeration and process refrigeration (medium-pressure, high-pressure, and very high-pressure).

The passing score on this HVAC certification practice exams is 80%. If the student achieves this score on our practice exams, they should have no problem on the actual certification exam. You don't need to memorize the questions and answers because this is not the real exam, instead you should read and understand the concepts behind the question. Learn the material, get a high score in the certification exam and become a good HVAC technician. Don’t miss this opportunity to improve your chances of passing your EPA Section 608 - Type II license exam.

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EPA 608 Certification
EPA Type III - Practice Exam

This exam consists of 70 multiple choice questions & answers. The questions are  representative of the most relevant topics covered in the evaluation for the EPA Section 608 - Type III license. Time limit: 140 minutes.

Technicians who maintain, service, or repair low-pressure appliances or dispose of low-pressure appliances that could be expected to release refrigerants from appliances into the atmosphere must be properly certified as Type III technicians

The passing score on this HVAC certification practice exams is 80%. If the student achieves this score on our practice exams, they should have no problem on the actual certification exam. You don't need to memorize the questions and answers because this is not the real exam, instead you should read and understand the concepts behind the question. Learn the material, get a high score in the certification exam and become a good HVAC technician. Don’t miss this opportunity to improve your chances of passing your EPA Section 608 - Type III license exam.

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About Type I, Type II, Type III and Universal

The USA government requires all individuals who work directly with controlled refrigerant to be certified. In USA all persons working and using refrigerants must be certified by passing a EPA Section 608 examination. Students for this test can be certified under three equipment categories plus Universal.

- Type I: A Type I technician primarily works on small appliances such as domestic refrigerators, window air conditioners, PTACs and vending machines (a small appliance is defined by the EPA as a unitary system that contains less than five pounds of refrigerant charge).
-Type II: A Type II technician primarily works on equipment using a high pressure refrigerant such as HCFC-22. The equipment includes residential air conditioners and heat pumps, supermarket refrigeration and process refrigeration. (medium-pressure, high-pressure, and very high-pressure)
- Type III: A Type III technician primarily works on equipment using a low pressure refrigerant such as HCFC-123 or CFC-11. These units are primarily chillers.
- Universal: Any candidate passing all three of these EPA types is certified as Universal.

To pass any EPA type, a candidate must pass the Core section of the test plus one of the technician types listed above. Once Core is passed, it need not be taken again and it may be used for additional EPA types. A passing score of 70%, or 18 out of 25 correct, is required in order to be certified. Each section is graded independently, so a technician could pass Core, Type I and Type III and fail Type II. In this case the technician would be certified as a Type I and Type III technician. Core must be passed to receive any certification. All sections must be passed in order to achieve Universal Technician status.


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