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Dec 2018
MSAC Hotline: Mass Refrigerant
Editor’s Note: Last month’s MSAC Hotline about mass flow refrigerant rate sparked so much discussion among the MSAC Board that we decided to cover the topic in both our November and December issues.
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Dec 2018
Troubleshooting: A Gas Funace That Won't Fire
In this troubleshooting situation, we have a customer who is reporting a “no heat” situation upon arrival at their second home.
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Dec 2018
Leading Off: Back On That Horse
Let’s start off with being President for another year. I thank the Board of Directors and the members who were present at the annual business meeting in Albuquerque for the privilege and their support.
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Dec 2018
Heating Up: Lessons for 2019
There’s a quote I’ve been thinking about lately. Benjamin Franklin said it: ‘“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”
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Nov 2018
Wicked Work Wheels
A technician's ride can convey your company means business.
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Oct 2018
Energy Management--Simple Steps for Smart Savings
Quick, easy strategies can open up avenues for new budget and revenue opportunities.
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Nov 2018
MSAC Hotline: Mass Refrigerant Flow Rate
Why do some refrigerant manufacturers not include the “mass refrigerant flow rate” when comparing alternative refrigerant replacement?
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Nov 2018
Troubleshooting: A Heat Pump That’s Not Performing at Full Capacity
The equipment in this month’s troubleshooting problem is a heat pump that has a four-stage heating system, and the customer is complaining that the unit is not heating enough when the temperature drops at night.
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Nov 2018
Tariff Watch: How The U.S./Chinese Tariffs Are Stinging the HVACR Industry
Companies across the industry are beginning to report their impacts from the levies on U.S. and Chinese goods. In September, the U.S.’s new tariffs on $200 billion in goods went into effect.
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Nov 2018
Leading Off: Up, Up and Away
Flying high. Fireworks. Blue skies. Rich history. These words and phrases can be used to describe Albuquerque, NM, but they can be used to describe the RSES Conference held in conjunction with PHCC that was held there, too.
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