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ESCO Institute Section 608 Certification Exam Preparatory Manual by Esco InstituteThe ESCO Institute Section 608 EPA Preparatory Manual covers all questions contained on the EPA Section 608 exam. The book is clear, concise and has been used by hundreds of thousands of students and technicians alike to successfully prepare for the EPA Universal technician exam.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Core
Chapter 2: Type I Certification
Chapter 3: Type II Certification
Chapter 4: Type III Certification
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There are four different EPA certifications available, depending on the type of system you are working with. To pass the certification test, you need to understand the core concepts of working with refrigerants, plus specific information for your certification type. The EPA requires passing at least two exams for its Section certifications, which cover small appliances such as residential refrigerators, window air conditioning units and vending machines.
These credentials can demonstrate a wide range of skills in the field such as: installing, repairing, and maintaining HVAC units in residential or commercial spaces; analyzing air quality, humidity levels, and temperature control mechanisms; and understanding the fundamentals of heating and refrigeration systems. Though there is no federal law mandating HVAC certification, it may be advisable for several reasons. Some regions grant reciprocal practice privileges to those with licensure from another area, meaning individual state certification is not always required. While certification is optional in some areas, there is one type of national certification mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency EPA for anyone working with refrigerant recovery and recycling which includes virtually all HVAC technician. The Section Refrigeration Recycling Rule —added to the Clean Air Act in —requires that all technicians performing service, maintenance, or disposal of equipment that could release refrigerants e. This process teaches HVAC professionals about ozone depletion, recovery cylinders for dangerous materials, leak repair requirements, and other rules of compliance to protect the environment. These certifications do not expire.