2019 Edition

EPA 608 Practice Test

Take this free EPA 608 practice exam to see the types of questions that will be on an actual EPA 608 certification exam.

The Federal Clean Air Act, under Section 8, requires persons working with regulated refrigerants to be certified.

There are four types of certification:

Type I - limited to small appliances (5 lbs. or less refrigerant)

Type II - limited to medium, high and very high pressure appliances

Type III - limited to low pressure appliances

Universal - for persons who hold all Type I, II and III certificaitons

Our EPA 608 practice exam was developed by HVAC Excellence, the largest provider of HVAC certifications in the industry.  A full 100 question EPA 608 test, with explained answers, is provided with our HVACR Practice Test Kit

Core Questions

1. The use and release of CFCs and HCFCs has a far reaching effect on ________.
2. When a chlorine atom meets with an ozone molecule, it takes one ___________.
3. R-11 is a:
4. ODP is a measurement of CFCs and HCFCs ability to __________________.
5. How many miles high is the stratosphere?
6. To take refrigerant out of a system, it must be _________.
7. The body of a recovery cylinder must be in what color?
8. R-134A is a:

Type I Questions

9. Technicians servicing small appliances must be certified in refrigerant recovery if they:
10. The EPA definition of a small appliance includes:
11. Recovery equipment manufactured after November 15, 1993, must be __________.
12. All equipment must be equipped with:
13. What is the EPA requirement for leak repair for small appliances?
14. Before beginning a refrigerant recovery procedure, it is necessary to know:
15. If a reclamation facility receives a tank of refrigerant, they will _____________.
16. Self-contained (active) recovery equipment has ______________.
17. System-dependent (passive) recovery process for small appliances _____________.
18. The only way to measure refrigerant pressure temperature relationship accurately, is at a:

Type II Questions

19. After the installation of any type of system, the unit should first be ____________.
20. When performing refrigerant system service on a unit that has a receiver/storage tank, refrigerant should be placed in the __________.
21. Although recovering refrigerant in the vapor phase will minimize the loss of oil, recovering as much as possible in the liquid phase will ___________.
22. After recovery, refrigerant may be:
23. Disposable cylinders must be:
24. It is necessary to frequently check and change the recycling machine's:
25. Quick couplers, self-sealing hoses, and hand valves should be used to ________.
26. A major repair involves removal of _____________.

Type III Questions

27. Because a low-pressure system operates below atmospheric pressure (vacuum), leaks in the gasket or fittings will _____________.
28. What can be used to pressurize a system for the purpose of opening the system for a non-major repair?
29. A recovery unit's high pressure cut-out is set for:
30. A substantial amount of vapor will remain in the appliance after all the liquid is removed. An average 350 ton R-11 chiller at 0 psig still contains:
31. When removing oil from a low-pressure system, a temperature of what must be attained?
32. Refrigerant recovery from a system using R-11 or R-123 starts with recovery of:
33. Water must be circulated through the tubes when evacuating refrigerant in order to prevent _____________.
34. Most low-pressure recovery machines utilize a water-cooled condenser that is connected to the _______________.
35. Before charging with liquid, how much pressure does an R-11 refrigeration system require (vapor pressure), and how much saturation temperature?

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