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The following Refrigerant Recovery Machines are listed in alphabetical order. Appion G1 Review Appion G1 Review Appion G1 Features • The Appion G1 is...
Refrigerant Recovery Speed Using the 80/20 rule, where we assume that 80% of the refrigerant recovered will be in vapor form and 20% will be recovered in liquid, we have created the following chart....
ZoomLock Max vs RLS

RLS vs ZoomLock Max

On August 13, 2020, the inventor and manufacturer of the original ZoomLock fittings – RLS, LLC – announced it was ending its relationship with Parker-Hannifin and will no longer supply its fittings to Parker to sell under...
SmartLock Fitting

SmartLock Fitting

SmartLock Fitting Review There is another ACR fitting available that eliminates brazing in refrigerant systems called the SmartLock fitting. We will review the SmartLock fitting vs Brazed fittings in this article.
Should you install a VRF Heat Recovery or VRF Heat Pump system for a Residential home or commercial property? We will discuss three options you have related to air-cooled split systems, not including rooftop...
Having an HVAC VRF Estimating Spreadsheet that automates portions of your estimates saves you valuable time that you could use to make more sales. All aspects of the cost of furnishing and installing a VRF or HVAC system is contained in...
How do you increase individual control without adding additional indoor units? Daikin has a Zoning Kit that allows you to increase the amount of zones that are controlled by their own thermostat while using the same indoor...
Daikin now has available a Dual Fuel, 3-phase variable refrigerant flow system. Daikin made it adaptable to the North American market with its ability to integrate with the ubiquitous gas furnace. For heating Daikin gives you the...
Converting to Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) from an existing Carrier Rooftop Packaged DX unit has been made much easier with the Toshiba Carrier 40QQ VRF Rooftop Packaged Unit. The Carrier 40QQ VRF units come in 3, 4...
ASHRAE looked at three types of flame-free mechanical joints that are used in refrigeration and air-conditioning systems, which included; Press/crimp fittings, compression fittings, and flare fittings. They also included a brazed joint as a bench mark against the time...
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