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Dec 2019
Last Word - IoT Revolution: Disrupting, Modernizing HVAC
It will probably come as no surprise that the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution is enveloping much of the traditional technology industry. IoT is empowering service providers to do better than simply rely on a client to reactively report a problem with heating.
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Dec 2019
Heating Up: Interesting Times Ahead in 2020
The high-level view is that equipment will continue to get smarter and smaller. In terms of smarter, we have two articles on the Internet of Things in this issue.
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Dec 2019
Leading Off: Checklists, check, check
As single-digit temperatures encase the Chicagoland area in an ice cocoon, it’s hard to deny that it is December. Yet I can’t help but feel like I was just making plans for the 2019 calendar year last week.
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Dec 2019
2020 AHR Marketplace Sneak Peek
As AHR Expo fast approaches, HVACR leaders from around the world will gather in Orlando, FL to get a look at the future of the HVACR industry. The AHR Expo provides a unique opportunity to see what comes next and RSES Journal has the inside scoop.
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Dec 2019
2020 Industry Outlook
We’ve been thinking about what the HVACR industry will be like in the coming year, so we asked three really smart people to give us their take on 2020.
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Dec 2019
Everybody Was A Newbie Once
This article is for the technician that is new to the industry. You will find yourself in some situations that you may not have encountered in your past and find it difficult to respond in a knowledgeable manner.
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Dec 2019
Guided by Principle
Steve Wright was an unusually focused young man. Once he knew what he wanted to do, he started Wright Brothers Inc. in Griffin, GA, at the age of 22 when most people that age have no idea what they want to do when they grow up.
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Dec 2019
MSAC Hotline: Filter-Drier Pressure Drop
Would there be a significant pressure drop through a drier if you have a full column of vapor vs liquid? For example if for whatever reason my drier is only seeing vapor, could it potentially display a large TD across it solely because it’s a vapor and not as dense as a liquid?
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Dec 2019
Troubleshooting: No Ignition Service Call
In this troubleshooting scenario, you arrive on a no heating service call and find an 80% natural gas furnace. You approach the furnace and find it blinking one short flash and three long flashes through the indicator window.
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Nov 2019
Best Practices when Changing a Compressor
Asking a series of questions of the equipment owner is an easy way to start pinpointing problems.
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Beginning with basic theory and extending to complex troubleshooting, training courses covering refrigeration and air conditioning, heating, electricity, controls, heat pumps and safety may be conducted in a classroom environment or though self study. RSES publications may be purchased by schools, contractors, manufacturers or any other industry group wanting to conduct comprehensive training programs. Seminars covering air conditioning troubleshooting, electrical troubleshooting, compressor training, condenser training, refrigerant piping practices, DDC controls, and more are held in various cities across North America.

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