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Check out the latest issue of RSES Journal for more lessons on how to handle duct disasters, VRF troubleshooting and a look at how to size and selet air-cooled condensers. All inside your July 2019 RSES Journal issue.



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How to Size and Select Replacement Air-Cooled Condensers

Air-cooled condensers, often referred to as remote condensers, became more common in commercial refrigeration back in the 1960s and 1970s.

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Test to Discover Duct Disasters

Accurate testing begins with a static pressure profi le of the air handling equipment and all components attached to it.

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Common Mistakes When Troubleshooting Refrigeration Systems

Don’t rush and don’t overlook the obvious.

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Troubleshooting VRF Systems Part 2

Understanding superheat and subcooling measurements at the fan coil level and at the condenser are critical for diagnosing refrigeration side issues with these systems.

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Self-Applied Coil Coatings Can Thwart Premature Corrosion

The increase in refrigeration coil leaks over the last 20 years has brought protective coil coatings to the forefront of the HVACR contracting business.

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