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Refrigerant Piping

Form #: 630-33
The purpose of this chapter on refrigerant piping is to point out some of the precautions to be taken which affect the life and efficiency of refrigerating equipment, and to offer some helpful suggestions in piping design, selection and erection.

Oil Migration in R-12 and R-22 Systems

Form #: 630-34
This chapter is basically a research study on oil migration in R-12 and R-22 systems

SEISMIC BRACING FOR HVACR SYSTEMS

Form #: 650-015
Seismic bracing for HVACR systems is necessary in hospitals and other essential facilities that are considered critical to public safety in the event of a natural disaster, such as an earthquake. This chapter examines equipment and system considerations, as well as the liability of noncompliance with applicable standards and codes.

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