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Estimating the Refrigeration Heat Load - Part 1

Form #: 630-144
This chapter can help a service technician to estimate the heat load & select the refrigeration equipment for a prospective job or help make similar calculations when troubleshooting a problem application.

Estimating the Refrigeration Heat Load - Part 2

Form #: 630-145
The previous chapter (630-144) Estimating the Refrigeration Heat Load – Part 1 introduced some of the sources of heat that refrigeration equipment must over; it also presented basic mathematical procedures for determining the heat gain from each source, and showed how to use this data to estimate the total heat load. This chapter broadens the scope of information on the subject of heat load calculations.

Calculating Refrigeration Load Requirements

Form #: 630-65
This chapter is for people interested in the containment and movement of refrigerated air and products. You can quickly determine the Net Refrigeration Load Requirements for practically any refrigeration situation (for walk-ins of any size, for almost every product). Numerous charts are in this chapter.

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