To prevent nuisance refrigerant loss through pressure relief valves during high ambient or abnormal operating conditions, it is necessary that the relief valve setting be substantially higher than the system operating pressure.
Fictional hvac contractor XYZ Co. seemed doomed in the Mock Trial conducted by the South Carolina Association of Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors (The News, March 4, 2002). News readers who voted online at www.achrnews.com certainly voted overwhelmingly in favor of a guilty verdict.
Before giving you the jury’s results, we provide a brief recapitulation of the mock trial detailed in the March 4 issue of The News (“Ladies And Gentlemen of the Jury,” page 1). Now let’s go back into this fictional courtroom to see the jury’s decision.
There seem to be ample thermostat options at the more sophisticated end, and several products at the least sophisticated end — but what about something for those homeowners whose skills lie somewhere in between these extremes?