Commercial Refrigeration for Air Conditioning Technicians, Volume 1

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Cengage Learning, Oct 31, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 384 pages
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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 technicians' knowledge, efficiency, and effectiveness in commercial refrigeration and can serve as a permanent addition to the reference library in any truck or shop.
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I have searched for refrigeration, heating and air conditioning books and often felt disappointed with the information enclosed until I researched this book and bought it. This book delivers and is a must have for any service technician in the field for these reasons:
1) It is easy to comprehend the information
2) It will lessen customer call backs
3) It is written from a service technician's point of view
4) This book is inexpensive considering the VAST information enclosed
5) This book paid for itself on my first service call
6) Mr Wirz's credentials and background

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Dick is a Master Electrician and Master HVACR Mechanic for Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC. , and is a NATE certified technician.

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