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.
Table of Contents
Preface; Introduction; 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 vapour 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; Index