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If you thought energy woes would end with summer heat ...

July 20, 2000
There is more than just the shortage of oil and gasoline in the U.S. that should worry contractors and consumers.
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How to make Yellow Pages ads pull more leads

July 20, 2000
How to spend less money creating ads.
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Door-opening task shows humidity issue is relative

July 19, 2000
There is a research project designed to test refrigerated display cases at various ambient relative humidity levels.
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Vfd's: A driving force for contractors

July 19, 2000
Why contractors should be recommending vfd’s (and why they’re not).
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Contractor (turned inventor) introduces new heat exchanger

July 19, 2000
There’s a flurry of activity coming from this Kansas community, located about 90 miles north of Wichita.
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Coyne American Institute: A 100-year-old training gem

July 19, 2000
Coyne American Institute, possibly the Midwest’s oldest technical trade school, is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.
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Speakers: Commissioning, computers important in supermarket refrigeration

July 19, 2000
The successful operation of supermarket refrigeration systems takes more than skillful fine-tuning of equipment.
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Serviceability of piping systems

July 19, 2000
Be sure to provide clear access for service, please.
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Getting cooler is more than a flick of a thermostat dial

July 19, 2000
When the government ordered that refrigerated display case operating temperatures drop to 41°F, manufacturers knew there was more to that than just dialing back the thermostat a few degrees.
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CO awareness: What to do?

July 19, 2000
In what has become almost a seasonal tradition, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is urging consumers to have a professional inspection of all fuel-burning appliances, including furnaces, stoves, fireplaces, gas water heaters, and space heaters.
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