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HVAC Certification

The EPA requires anyone who services be it maintaining or repairing an appliance which contains chemicals that are released in to the atmosphere be certified. The EPA section 608 consists of four certifications.

Type I Certification

Individuals who service vending machines, home refrigerators and window air conditions will need to be Type I Certified.

Type II Certification

Individuals who work with residential air conditioning units, heat pumps, commercial refrigeration units are required to be Type II certified.

Type III Certification

If you work n low pressure appliances you will need the Type III certification.

Universal Certification

The universal certification is for anyone who wants to possess all three certifications

Who offers these tests?

There is no uniform organization that offers these tests but there are several online and individual locations that one can take these tests at. Practice tests can be found online and in person and range from free to upwards of $30.00. Local career center colleges offer training and preperation for these exams starting around $900.00.

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