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Quick Guide to the Refrigeration Cycle, Refrigerants and Components

The ESCO Institute is pleased to announce a new publication, the Quick Guide to the Refrigeration Cycle, Refrigerants and Components. The ESCO Institute Quick Guide to the Refrigeration Cycle provides a review of the refrigeration cycle, refrigerants, and components. This book will provide an overview of the following: View a sample of this book here Concepts and measurements of pressure as well as the related gas laws… Read More

Power Control System Service and Updates Provide Cost Savings and Greater Uptime

By Steve Dunn, Aftermarket Product Line Manager, Russelectric Inc. Aging power control and automation systems can carry risk, both in terms of downtime of mission-critical power systems, through reduced availability of replacement components and the knowledge to replace existing devices within. Of course, as components age, their risk of failure increases. Additionally, as technology advances, these same components are discontinued and become unavailable, and over time, service personnel lose the know‐how to support the older… Read More

New Online Course from PERC Explores Energy Options for Off-Grid Living

The Propane Education & Research Council’s Propane Training Academy has a new online course available that examines energy options and the role of propane in off-grid homes. Many builders are familiar with propane for on-grid applications, especially in markets that have planned outages. But propane also thrives in off-grid homes. Energy systems in an off-grid home differ significantly from those used in most grid-connected homes and typically incorporate different energy options like renewables, battery storage,… Read More

New Low-Level Carbon Monoxide Monitor Can Help Save Lives…and Your Business

HVACR contractors and technicians are responsible for the byproducts of any combustion appliances that they install, service, and maintain. Even when properly installed and maintained, combustion appliances can still generate carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning has led to HVACR contractors being sued and/or charged with the death of their clients. Situations like this are avoidable by including a low-level carbon monoxide monitor with each installation, service, or maintenance call they perform. While there… Read More
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