Refrigeration Equipment is a clear, practical guide to the installation, testing and servicing of industrial and domestic refrigeration equipment. Refrigeration technicians, who are poorly provided with good reference material, will welcome the author's hands-on approach. Other readers will include trainees on in-plant industry courses, building service engineers and maintenance staff in the frozen food industry, supermarkets, hotels and hospitals. It also provides a text from NVQs (CaG 6007) and other vocational courses). This revised edition has been updated throughout, and includes a new section on the topical subject of alternative refrigerants and, for the first time, a chapter on the principles of air conditioning.Before an engineer can repair a refrigerant leak in the system it has to be located and for this reason leak detection is the first step. If the system has not lost all its refrigerant charge, leak detection may proceed as described in Chapter 3anbsp;...
|Author||:||A C Bryant|
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 2007-09-20|