Refrigeration Category Index

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Old Leaking Condenser Coils

Old Leaking Condenser Coils (also referred to as freon leaks) can cause serious issues with HVAC heat pump equipment. HVAC refrigeration circuits are designed and built to hold the refrigerant. It is a sealed hermetic system. The HVAC refrigeration circuit should...

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HVAC Refrigeration Category Index

HVAC Refrigeration Category Index offers a list of articles to assist in learning more about HVAC refrigeration technical information. Articles including information about the refrigeration loop and process as it pertains to HVAC along with other articles such as refrigeration piping practices and refrigeration components. We include several refrigerant pressure temperature or PT charts, brazing and soldering techniques and practices, and finding and fixing refrigerant leaks. Detailed information and a breakdown of refrigeration components are also offered along with refrigeration theory used in the filed by technicians. Some articles are designed to help the layman understand refrigeration basics and to help them solves basic issues while other articles are for technicians wanting to sharpen their skills.

Refrigeration Category Basic Index:

  • HVAC Refrigeration Troubleshooting
  • Refrigeration Theory
  • HVAC Refrigeration Components
  • Charts - Pressure Temperature Charts or PT Charts for common refrigerants
  • Best Installation Methods and Practices for Piping and System Installation
  • Refrigerant Leaks - Finding and Repair the Refrigerant Leaks

And many other articles to help you learn more about refrigeration.

HVAC Refrigeration Category Index

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HVAC Tip - Having the proper humidity levels in your home or business is important not only for your health but also the amount of energy your HVAC systems use to keep you comfortable. If the humidity level is high in the summer you will not feel comfortable. If the humidity level is low in the winter you will not feel warm when the thermostat is set for an average temperature. This will result in turning the thermostat up to compensate and you will use more energy to stay comfortable. A properly designed and installed HVAC system will keep the proper levels of humidity in your home or business and save you money in energy costs by reducing the amount you use the HVAC system. For more information on humidity and maintaining the proper levels of humidity in your home please visit our humidity technical pages.