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Troubleshooting and Servicing Modern Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Systems Spiral-bound – September 1, 1995
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I plan to commit this book to memory before I finish, just so I can enjoy working in HVAC field.
But when receiving the book, I found that it is missing much for being up to date, as for example pictures of the new measuring tools and electrical part inside the refrigerators. And besides, as I would like it, pictures from outside and inside of a new refrigerator. Because in the book we nearly only are seeing drawings of the big flat evaporators, or pictures with them hanging on the wall for education training, and so I only connect them to the refrigerators from before 15 years ago. Where they were positioned out on the backside of the refrigerators, opposite to now a days where we don’t see them before we search inside the refrigerator.
So after having received the book I again started searching in Amazon after a more up to date book, and again went looking at John Tomczyk: “Basic Refrigeration & Charging Procedures”, from 2003, but in the Customers Reviews I found that, this book only contain copies of the book from 1995. So instead I took the chance and ordered the book by Ananthanarayanan, P. N.: “Basic Refrigeration and Air Conditioning”, which we can’t look into it. But besides because I did not, during the engineering education in thermodynamics, 30 years ago, owe a book especially about refrigerators.
But concerning the book which I here write about I first nearly not would give the character 3, for not being up to date and besides missing different thing.Read more ›
What should you write about a book basically plagiarizing other's works? The sections on superheat, subcooling, are obviously lifted from TECH Method. Subcooling and superheat at the compressor was never discussed in this industry until Lloyd wrote TECH Method and the people who don't give him credit are reprehensible.
The other parts of the book aren't noteworthy as the information is available elsewhere. The five part Copeland manuals come to mind flipping through this book.
Not a troubleshooting book as much as an instruction book. Troubleshooting is is all ways better in TECH Method where it's broken down by system. And gives specifics as to settings for each system.
While this is better than no book. I suggest something other than this book.
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John Tomczyk is an AC guru and offers great tips to improve your skills.Published 9 months ago by JM
didn't depict age of book in description ,not up to datePublished on July 21, 2014 by Ninnette McGee