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Refrigeration for HVAC Technicians Continued

Refrigeration for HVAC Technicians
(35-0-88069-035-6) – By Leo A Meyer
88 Pages, 6 x 9 softcover

HOW REFRIGERATION WORKS

 

The basic principles of refrigeration, chillers and compressors, and refrigeration components. Tips for spotting sources of problems. Troubleshooting. . .READ MORE

 

HVAC cooling problems. For HVAC techs, building operators, and sheet metal workers. How refrigeration units fit into HVAC systems.

Because problems in the HVAC system can be caused by refrigeration malfunctions, the trouble-shooting flow charts in this book help techs pinpoint the source of a problem and determine when they can fix the problem themselves and when to call a specialist. The book also offers practical tips on how to maintain the cooling system at peak performance. It covers these areas:

  • Cooling in the central air handling system
  • Basic principles of refrigeration
  • Basic compression refrigeration cycle
  • Chillers and different types of compressors
  • Spotting problems
  • Maintaining the HVAC cooling system

A bonus feature is an English to Spanish Glossary of HVAC refrigeration terms.

Content Highlights

  • Refrigeration in HVAC Systems
  • Basic Principles
  • A Simple Compression System
  • Components in a System
  • Chillers and Compressors
  • Spotting Problems
  • Maintaining the Cooling Systems
  • Review Answers
  • English-Spanish Glossary

This book is a great asset to Building Owners, Building Operators and Building Managers. The information contained in this book could easily save $1000s in costly repairs that could be avoided, with the right knowledge at hand. I found it to be very fast reading with the concepts laid out in a very logical manner.
Clayne A. Larsen
HVAC/R Shop Supervisor
Brigham Young University