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Jun 2020
(More Than) One Hundred Years of Ammonia Refrigeration
Step back in time to learn about the history of ammonia from the RSES “620-88 Section 1E” Service Application Manual (SAM) Chapter re-published here from the SAM archive.
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Jun 2020
EC Indoor Blower Motors, Resistance is Futile
Thirty-two years after ECM technology was introduced to the residential and light commercial HVAC industry, the indoor blower motor segment of this industry is now almost completely converted from PSC to ECM. Interestingly enough the first application for ECM in the HVAC industry was also the indoor blower motor. The constant airflow “variable speed” indoor blower motor was introduced by GE in 1987.
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Jun 2020
Resolving Customer Complaints for High Humidity
Service technicians often see an air-conditioning system operating within manufacturer’s speci?cations, yet still hear the customer complain about comfort issues. This is where things start to become more of a challenge to diagnose.
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Jun 2020
REHVA COVID-19 Guidance Document
How to operate and use building services in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) virus (SARS-CoV-2) in workplaces.
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