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Feb 2017
MSAC Hotline: Proper Charge in Low Ambient Temps
What is the best way to determine proper charge for a mini-split with only 20°F–25°F ambient? I don’t think I’ve ever had to hook my gauges up a mini-split in this kind of weather. I was thinking maybe this one is low on refrigerant. I wasn’t able to gain access to the roof on initial call to see what kind of components the condenser was equipped with, as far as what kind of fan cycling method or if it had a variable-speed compressor, which would make me even more unsure of how to determine if this thing is charged correctly.
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Feb 2017
Measure CO2 to Improve VENTILATION/IAQ
A CO2-logging primer for facility managers and building engineers of offices, schools, healthcare facilities and residential communities.
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Feb 2017
Radiant Heating/Cooling Plus DOAS
This technology application guide offers some design and system considerations that help achieve low and zero net energy buildings via radiant heating/cooling plus dedicated outdoor air systems.
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Feb 2017
Natural (Refrigerant) Selection
This multi-part series explores how refrigeration systems continue to evolve toward natural refrigerants and what to know about the options available as the industry continues to transition
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Feb 2017
Leading Off: Coming Together in a New Era
At the time I was writing this column, I was on my way to the 2017 AHR Expo in Las Vegas. Making the list of the vendor and company booths I wanted to visit was a long process, considering there were more than 2,000 exhibitors to see with more than 760 different types of HVACR products being shown. The show additionally featured over 50 free educational sessions and was held concurrently with ASHRAE’s Winter Conference, so it was a perfect place to obtain continuing education, as well.
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Feb 2017
Heating Up: The Long & Short of It
Fodder for this column occurred after I had just finished a phone call with a long-time Member of RSES. This is a Past International President…someone who has seen Members come and go as he worked his way through all the chairs of both his local Chapter and eventually through those at the International level.
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Feb 2017
Chilled-beam Piping Designs, Savings and Efficiencies
Learn how a new pump module can cut hydronic piping sizes and quantities in chilled beam projects.
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Feb 2016
Infrared Heaters Melt Garage Ramps in Chicago Hotel
Situated on the corner of Jefferson and Jackson streets, the JeffJack building features an open air, naturally ventilated two-level parking garage. One side of the garage features a chain link fence wall that opens the space to the elements.
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Jan 2017
Trump Administration Puts EPA on Media Blackout
AP News reported today that the Trump Administration has put the EPA on a media blackout and barred staff from awarding any new contracts or grants. The action went into effect immediately after Trump took office on Friday and it is unclear when it will be lifted.
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Jan 2017
Hit the Jackpot at the 2017 ASHRAE Winter Meeting/AHR Expo
HVACR movers and shakers from around the globe will come to Las Vegas for the 2017 ASHRAE Winter Meeting and the AHR Expo.
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Beginning with basic theory and extending to complex troubleshooting, training courses covering refrigeration and air conditioning, heating, electricity, controls, heat pumps and safety may be conducted in a classroom environment or though self study. RSES publications may be purchased by schools, contractors, manufacturers or any other industry group wanting to conduct comprehensive training programs. Seminars covering air conditioning troubleshooting, electrical troubleshooting, compressor training, condenser training, refrigerant piping practices, DDC controls, and more are held in various cities across North America.

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