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Jan 2019
Eight Uses for Thermal Imaging
It’s well known that excessive heat, or cold, can be a predictor of equipment problems. Thermal imagers, also known as infrared cameras, provide a noncontact view into processes by sensing apparent surface temperature.
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Jan 2019
MSAC Hotline: Combustion Analyzer For Spillage
How do I use a combustion analyzer to test for spillage, cracked head exchangers, and effi ciency? What do the readings mean and how can I adjust the system to improve its combustion?
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Jan 2019
Smart Tools: There's An App For That
How technology can help you cope with the labor shortage
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Jan 2019
Heating Up: It’s Time for The HVAC World to Shine
One line from Senior Editor Jordan Brandes’s feature article this month is stuck in my head: January has arrived and that means it is time for the HVACR world to shine.
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Jan 2019
Leading Off: Happy 2019 And Welcome To The First Issue Of This Great New Year!
Ihave to say, I am so proud of all the things that we accomplished in 2018, including but not limited to: an 85th anniversary celebration, new/revived relationships with sister associations, a conference, new staff , new processes and procedures, and training— wow…the training. I am so grateful to see a revived, ravenous interest in training this year because it is so desperately needed.
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Dec 2018
Tackling the Challenge of Sizing Today's Heat Pumps
Air-to-air heat pumps comprise an estimated 35% of the residential HVAC market share today, but questions remain whether contractors who are installing them are sizing them properly.
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Dec 2018
Wireless Networks: Consider Your Indoor Air Wave Quality
Wireless networks offer data transmission and communications over the air waves, offering new ways to think about your air quality—using air waves— to manage your HVAC, lighting, security and other connected functions in your building.
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Dec 2018
Forecast 2019: What's On The Horizon For The HVAC Industry
RSES Journal interviews a cross section of the industry to check the pulse of the market in 2019. These leaders weigh in on what they’re watching, developing and hoping for next year. The interviews were edited for style and length.
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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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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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