Noisy indoor unit complaints usually fall into one of six different categories. Problems include a loose, broken, or out of balance blower wheel. Here is a discussion of possible causes and items to check.
Housing starts fell 2.1 percent in May to a
seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.474 million units as the correction in the
housing market continued, according to figures released by the U.S.
Department of Commerce. Starts were
down 24.2 percent from a year earlier.
This article outlines the considerations involved to properly select, apply, and control fans. Emphasis is placed upon matching the fan equipment to the requirements of the system from several different perspectives.
The focus on total claims cost from one year to
the next is incomplete and shortsighted. It fails to recognize or measure
what’s driving the claim costs. CompScore Metrics looks at the most important
measurements for driving down workers’ compensation costs.
This article examines the use of air handling units for health care applications. Health care applications place special demands on air handling equipment. The article investigates a way to reduce air handler operating costs.
There's an old saying in Texas: "If you've got to swallow a bucket of frogs, you might as well start with the big one." And, sometimes, the idea of "selling" can be a big frog for technicians to swallow.
If you are like most in the HVAC industry, you are a hands-on person - you don‘t want to mess with a lot of theory, but just get in and get the job done. But a refrigeration system is different from most of our work.