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EPA Section 608 Technician Certification

EPA Refrigerant Technician Certification Testing is required by law for all individuals who open a system or container holding a controlled refrigerant. Persons who work on stationary equipment or use refrigerants designed for these systems can become certified by passing the Section 608 EPA Refrigerant Technician Certification Exam. Universal certifications require all sections to be taken in a proctored exam.

CORE - To attain any EPA 608 certification, a technician must pass the Core section of the exam. Once Core is passed it may be used for the EPA certifications listed below.

Type I Certification - For technicians working on small appliances, such as domestic refrigerators, window air conditioners, PTAC’s and vending machines.

Type II Certification - For technicians working on equipment using high-pressure refrigerant such as HCFC-22. The equipment includes residential air conditioners and heat pumps, supermarket refrigeration and process refrigeration.

Type III Certification - For technicians working on equipment using low-pressure refrigerant such as HCFC-123 or CFC-11. The units are primarily chillers.

Universal Certification - A technician passing all three EPA 608 types: Type I, Type II, Type III is certified as Universal and can service all appliances.

Martin Learning - A Division of TPC Trainco

Martin Learning is a global provider of training services; programs and products specialized for industrial and facility maintenance and management. Together with TPC Trainco and other partners, we provide live classroom training in an open enrollment seminar format, customized training at the site or facility of our client, self-paced on line learning as well as instructor lead learning over the internet (web casts). Our products are designed to offer practical and real-world learning that students can apply to their jobs today

In addition to our own high quality training programs, Martin Learning has established relationships with literally hundreds of expert trainers in a wide variety of disciplines. Therefore, not only can we provide you training in our own areas of expertise, but we also can help our clients find high quality, live training for virtually any topic related to building and industrial maintenance, building & equipment design & general upkeep of plants and facilities.

Martin Learning was created in 2005 as a division of TPC Trainco (formally American Trainco Inc.), the leader in live seminars for maintenance training.