Service valves and gauges
Refrigerant leak detection
Pumping down and charging
Operating principles and symptoms
Service diagnosis and repairs
Electrical equipment and service
Domestic refrigerants and freezers
Fault finding guide for vapor compression systems
Pipework and oil traps
System control valves
Other system components
Drive belts and couplings
Electrical circuit protection
Drive motors
Commissioning of refrigerating systems
Replacement refrigerants and ozone depletion
Fundamental principles of air conditioning
Appendix: Refrigerant data
Refrigeration Equipment
by A.C. Bryant, 224pp., 20 illus., 1998, ISBN: 0750636882

Your Servicing and Installation Handbook

  • A new edition of the standard text and reference guide
  • Ideal for City & Guilds NVQs and relevant BTEC units
  • New chapter on alternative refrigerants (non 
  • CFC)
  • Now includes a section on air conditioning
 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 (C&G 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.
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