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Refrigerant Transition and Recovery Certification

Type of Class: in-person
Start Date: January 10, 2022
End Date: January 31, 2022
Class Days: Monday, Wednesday,
Time:  5:30pm - 8:30pm

PA Refrigerant Transition and Recovery Certification

This 21 hour refrigerant certification course will include the areas outlined below and will prepare you to successfully pass four areas of certification. They are:

 

EPA ACT 608 Certifications for Servicing Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Systems

Before testing your knowledge on different types of appliances, you will need to pass the Core Section of your EPA 608 exam. The core section of this test discusses the purpose behind industry regulations and each technician’s responsibility to generate a safe and environmentally result. Your core exam section will contain a variety of topics, including focuses on ozone depletion, the value and risks of refrigerants, the Three R’s (Recover, Recycle, Reclaim), safe practices, recovery techniques, and more.

Type 1 – Servicing Small Appliances

Available online in an open-book format, the Type 1 EPA 608 certification enables you to service smaller appliances. This section includes proper recovery techniques and industry requirements for small appliances, including recovery in equipment made before and after November 15, 1993.

Type 2 – High-Pressure Appliances

This EPA certification will enable you to service or dispose of medium- to very high-pressure appliances, except in applications such as small appliances or air conditioners within motor vehicles. The focus of this education and training is geared more toward leak detection and how to properly test equipment. Type II also focuses on recovery techniques and requirements to minimize loss or cross-contamination.

Type 3 – Low-Pressure Appliances

The proper servicing and disposal of low-pressure appliances requires Type III certification, but it is important to know that this near-identical exam is different from Type II in that low-pressure systems work in a vacuum. Leak-tests and proper pressurization are an essential component of low-pressure HVAC services.

Students who pass all three certification exams will be awarded a Universal Certification. You will have to be tested on each of the three certification types in addition to the core exam. Expect to answer 100 questions total.

Career Field: Skilled Trades
Tuition: $420
Total Class Hours: 21
Certifications Offered: Universal Certification