Life of an Hvac/R Technician

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Trafford Publishing, May 12, 2005 - Reference - 108 pages
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TheLife of an HVAC/R Technician contains a detailed explanation of troubleshooting techniques and answers to many question of how and why systems have failed. This book will save you precious time, money and accelerate your learning curve dramatically. It will include everything from techniques and stories to safety tips and unit sizing.

Remarkably detailed? this service manual is especially helpful for first-time service technicians just beginning in an expanding field of refrigeration.

--12 year lead technician Scott Pointon

Schaub's 60 years in the business expands on the decades of changes from belt driven compressors to the age of computerization. --Dick Weirauch-45 Year service veteran of United Refrigeration

It is about time that someone came out with a handbook that the any service mechanic can easily carry and use on an everyday basis. --Charles Gardener-30 year HVAC/R service veteran

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About the author (2005)

John Schaub has written articles for many publications such as RSES, Sam's manual, Carrier and York to name a few. John's 60-year carrier spanned from Kramer Trenton's assembly line in the 40's to working as Worthington's chiller start up specialist for the Eastern United States. During time with Worthington he designed and created the first portable all glass refrigeration systems in the world. The collaboration of his years in the business have been a true work in progress with the help of his son Rich Schaub relating to professional photography (Superior Images Inc.) and his son Jack Schaub - now owner of John's 30 year service business John C. Schaub Inc. John Schaub has a true passion for his work and an even greater passion to pass on that knowledge to the many interested service technicians around the world.

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