2020 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. Crop loss, eye disease and skin cancer have been attributed to:
3. The chlorine in CFCs and HCFCs:
4. Which of the following refrigerant has a GWP of "1"?
5. A refrigerant cylinder designed to hold recovered refrigerant has a:
6. Before shipping any used refrigerant cylinders, what standards should be checked?

Type I Questions

7. Technicians who perform sealed-system service on small appliances must have:
8. A small appliance is defined by the EPA as:
9. Recovery equipment must be:
10. When using a system-dependent recovery system on an appliance that has an operating compressor, the technician should;
11. After the refrigerant has been recovered, which of the following should be used to flush the system?
12. When a system is in deep vacuum, you should never:
13. Which HC refrigerant is allowed for use in new domestic small appliances?
14. The EPA requirement for repairing leaks on small appliances states that:

Type II Questions

15. Leaks must be repaired on industrial process and refrigeration units with a 50-pound charge or greater when the annualized leak rate reaches _____ or more.
16. EPA regulations state that removal of which component constitutes a "major repair"?
17. A high-pressure appliance containing less than 200 lbs. of an HCFC or HFC refrigerant must be evacuated (recovered) to a level of:
18. A high-pressure appliance containing 210 lbs. of R-407C refrigerant must be evacuated (recovered) to a level of;
19. If a leaking appliance with a regulated refrigerant is not going to be repaired, it must be:
20. Proper recovery techniques begin with the use of appropriate recovery equipment that has been certified by:
21. After the installation of any type of system, the unit should first be:
22. Disposable cylinders must be:

Type III Questions

23. What type of equipment can be worked on with Type III certification?
24. The EPA-required evacuation level for recovery or recycling equipment used on low-pressure systems is:
25. Which of the following best describes the refrigerant recovery process from an R-123 system?
26. When charging a low-pressure system, refrigerant should be introduced to the system as a vapor to raise the system's saturation temperature to a minimum of;
27. The standard for machine room safety is:
28. To repair a chiller operating with R-22, the technician:
29. When removing oil from a low‐pressure system, a temperature of what must be attained?
30. Water must be circulated through the tubes when evacuating refrigerant in order to prevent:

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The questions are based on industry standards and offer a comprehensive coverage of the fundamental subject matter found on most HVACR certification exams.

The HVACR Practice Test Kit provides:
  • assessment of broad based HVACR knowledge
  • practice in the various specialty areas
  • a good opportunity for practicing test taking skills and learning the subject matter

Summary of Typical HVACR Certification Exams:

What: HVACR exams are part of the certification process for HVACR technicians which identifies the scope and level of a technician's competency in core and specialty areas.

Who: HVACR professionals who wish to become certified in various HVACR specialties

Where: HVACR certification exams are typically administered at various testing centers, schools and other locations throughout the United States.

When: There are various times throughout the year so check with the exam provider for information.  

Why: Certification programs improve technical competency and safety allowing technicians to demonstrate competency and earn more money.

Type: Multiple choice, in both computer-based and paper/pencil formats.

Time: Time varies. The average time is 2 hours.

Language: English
 
Cost: Depending on the subject and organization, it typically costs between $25 - $150 per actual certification exam.