Articles Tagged with ''refrigeration''

Contractor Reduces Setup Time With Electronic Controller

October 10, 2011
Setting up a refrigeration condensing unit for a walk-in cooler can present a challenge in foodservice applications.


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New Controls, New Directions

October 3, 2011
A flurry of recent announcements is signaling some new directions for controllers that can be used in refrigeration applications. See what some of these new announcements and products have to offer. 


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Ice Breaker: Suction Lines

October 3, 2011
Properly sizing and installing the suction line of a refrigeration system is very important to its overall operation. What happens when they aren’t installed properly and how can you avoid this? 


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HVACR Trend: Compressor Electronics

September 26, 2011
Compressor electronics technology can enhance compressor and system performance by sensing and interpreting information found inside the compressor, providing new levels of protection and diagnostics.


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Refrigeration Tech Talks Refrigerants

September 26, 2011
A day in the life of a refrigeration service tech provides a lot of different tasks — tasks that include working with a variety of refrigerants.


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85 Years of Leadership: Industry Milestones

September 19, 2011
Significant events in HVACR history.


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Sept. 9, 2011: AHRI Seeks Refrigerant Research Participants

September 9, 2011
The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) is seeking the participation of domestic and foreign manufacturers and research laboratories for an AHRI-led, industry-wide cooperative research program.


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Frost and Defrost: How It Happens and Why It Is Needed - A White Paper

September 5, 2011
Empirical testing has shown that the optimum time to defrost is when the evaporator loses about 10 percent efficiency. Traditional methods of defrost, based on time, cannot ascertain this loss of efficiency and will either waste time and energy in excessive defrosting, or never fully defrost the evaporator.


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Secondary Systems in Supermarkets

September 5, 2011
As new stores are built and older systems in existing stores replaced, an approach called secondary refrigeration is gaining wider acceptance and is steadily increasing in numbers.


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Dealing With Starts, Avoiding Failures

September 5, 2011
Service technicians know that keeping compressors operating properly can present challenges, especially in supermarket refrigeration applications.


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