Commercial Refrigeration for Air Conditioning Technicians,
trained on air conditioning systems are often required to apply
their skills to the servicing of commercial refrigeration equipment.
This book provides
a solid foundation in comfort cooling that can be readily
transferred to a broad understanding of medium and low temperature
refrigeration equipment such as walk-ins, reach-ins, refrigerated
cases, and ice machines.
Coverage specific to refrigeration in the
food service industry is emphasized, with scores of practical tips
that technicians can use right away in the installation and service
of commercial equipment.
Helpful tips and
sound advice from the experienced author and his employees add a
personal touch to the comprehensive coverage, increasing interest
in, and retention of, key concepts.
This book will improve
techniciansí knowledge, efficiency, and effectiveness in commercial
refrigeration and can serve as a permanent addition to the reference
library in any truck or shop.
- This new edition has a fresh text design and is now 4 color
which enhances photographs and line art. Text is also hard bound.
- Chapter 6 has a new section on electronics and Evaporator
- Chapter 10, which underwent heavy revision, has a new section on
electronic valves and controls and secondary refrigerant.
- Coverage is delivered in a fun, conversational, and
easy-to-understand tone, with immediate and practical application to
situations likely to be encountered on the job.
- "Rules of Thumb" for diagnosing service problems help prepare
technicians for troubleshooting in those situations where factory
recommendations and specifications are not readily available.
- Abundant diagrams and pictures illustrate key concepts, aiding
visual learners in grasping the information presented.
- The back-of-book CD-ROM
features animated versions of important concepts.
Controls and Accessories.
Walk-in System Sizing and Installation.
Refrigeration System Troubleshooting.
Product Temperatures for Preservation and Health.
Motors and Start Components.
Electric Control and Motor Troubleshooting.
Recovery, Evacuating, and Charging.
Successful Refrigeration Business Tips.
Wirzís Rules of Thumb.
Pressure Temperature (P/T) Chart.
About the Author:
Dick Wirz is a Master
Electrician and Master HVACR Mechanic for Virginia, Maryland, and
Washington, DC. , and is a NATE certified technician.
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