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Oct 2020
Part 3: EC Indoor Blower Motors, Resistance is Futile
In this article, I will focus on diagnosing the ECM when it is not operating. EC indoor blower motors are commonly designed with two separate inputs for proper operation: 1Th e line voltage that powers the ECM; and 2the communication that provides the on/off command as well as the operating value (speed, torque or airflow). Both of these inputs are necessary for the ECM to operate.
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Oct 2020
Hydronics: Best Practices for Residential Boiler Service
Boilers must be serviced annually—there is no way around it. A boiler that is not properly serviced and maintained will be prone to breakdown or, at best, operate at a lower efficiency and costing the homeowner money. This article will focus on residential service. Commercial building owners tend to be more diligent about boiler service, and they do not do things such as planting shrubbery around intake and exhaust vents to hide them.
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Oct 2020
Methods of Defrost in Refrigeration Applications -- Part 1
Refrigeration systems that operate with an evaporator refrigerant saturation temperature of 32°F (or lower) will experience an accumulation of frost on the evaporator tubes and fins. The frost acts as an insulator between the heat load in the refrigerated space and the refrigerant fl owing inside the evaporator tubing, decreasing the efficiency of the heat transfer process.
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Oct 2020
Sensor System Integration
Low-cost, easy-to-install wireless sensors are becoming standard practice when it comes to remotely monitoring temperatures in refrigeration equipment such as walk-in coolers and freezers, cold rooms, beverage coolers, cold tables and more. Such sensor systems can be retrofi tted to existing equipment or used with new equipment to monitor temperature, humidity, vibration and other conditions.
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Oct 2020
Close at Hand...Tools of the Trade
As an HVACR contractor, technician or facility manager the tools you use are fundamental to your success on a job. Using the wrong tool at a jobsite could mean the difference between ?nding a live wire and missing it. That is a difference that could be deadly.
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