HVACR Industry
ZoomLock MAX Press-to-Connect Refrigerant Fittings FAQs– Part 2
ZoomLock MAX press-to-connect refrigerant fittings are changing the way HVACR professionals connect refrigerant lines. By using ZoomLock MAX, you, the HVACR technician can connect refrigerant lines in...
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ZoomLock MAX Press-to-Connect Refrigerant Fittings FAQs–Part 1
Parker Sporlan’s ZoomLock MAX press-to-connect refrigerant fittings, designed for the air conditioning and refrigeration markets, allows HVACR contractors to make secure leak-free connections in...
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How to Improve Indoor Air Quality and Protect Your HVAC System
Improving indoor air quality (IAQ) has been a major focus in manufacturing, industrial, and other commercial environments for decades, given that poor IAQ can not only cause immediate deleterious...
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Parker Sporlan Supermarket Seminar Series: Metering Devices, TEVs - Q&A Part 2
As we introduced our Parker Sporlan webinar series we realized that we couldn't possibly answer all the questions in that short amount of time. We decided to create Climate Control blogs to answer...
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Parker Sporlan Supermarket Seminar Series: Metering Devices, TEVs - Q&A Part 1
As we introduced our Parker Sporlan webinar series we realized that we couldn't possibly answer all the questions in that short amount of time. We decided to create Climate Control blogs to answer...
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Best Practices for Your Process Chiller System Installation
Chiller or water cooling systems are used for temperature control in many applications, from industrial manufacturing to food and beverage to commercial applications for hospitals and medical. In many...
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Safety Precautions to Take When Changing HVAC Filters for Reducing Airborne Transmission
Every day HVAC technicians help keep people comfortable by installing and servicing HVAC systems. HVAC technicians also play an integral role in improving the quality of indoor air by regularly...
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Frequently Asked Questions About HVAC Filtration and COVID-19
The high transmission rate of coronavirus (COVID-19) has prompted the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to recommend that everyone in the U.S. wear nonsurgical face masks when going out...
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Water Chilling for Temperature Control in MRI and CT Scanners
Process chillers for precision cooling of low viscosity industrial fluids are routinely used in hospitals and laboratories to control the temperature in a variety of applications including rotary...
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Reducing Airborne Transmission with HVAC Air Filters
Today, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping workers, patients and families safe from the spread of disease in facilities is more important than ever. For facilities managers, this means...
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HVACR Tech Tip: Understanding 3-Way Heat Reclaim Valves
In a basic vapor-compression refrigeration cycle there are 4 primary components that we need to consider.  Compressor: Compresses low pressure temperature vapor to a high pressure temperature vapor....
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Extraction of Emulsion Mist From CNC Machine Tools Improves Air Quality
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining is a process where computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) programs are used to control the steps and functions of machine tool...
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Clean Air Makes Boston Hotel a Friendly Neighbor
The Four Seasons Boston Hotel is located in a 13-story structure situated in the heart of historic Boston, Massachusetts. This prestigious hotel group dedicates itself to the highest quality...
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SmogHog Eliminates Kitchen Emissions at Sandia Resort and Casino
The Sandia Resort and Casino opened to great anticipation. The Indian gaming operation’s new property in Albuquerque, New Mexico featured multiple dining options, a huge casino and over 200 sleeping...
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Sizing a Chiller for Your Application - What You Need to Know
When sizing chillers for an application, it is necessary to ensure the unit adequately sized to handle maximum process loads in worst-case site conditions. However, customers may fail to plan...
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How to Drive Business With HVACR Trends - Infographic
What’s changing in HVAC? It might be simpler to ask what isn’t changing. According to Steve Yurek, the president and CEO of the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI),...
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HVACR Tech Tip: How to Correctly Size Solenoid Valves
To obtain reliable performance with solenoid valves on refrigeration or air conditioning systems, it demands careful consideration of application requirements during the selection process. Parker...
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How Greener Materials and Technologies Are Impacting the HVACR Industry
As forward-looking city planners react to the news of climate change by tightening building codes for heightened energy efficiency and air quality, contractors and distributors are on the front lines...
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The IoT is Transforming the HVACR Industry--Are Stakeholders Ready?
The Internet of Things (IoT) – referred to by some as Factory 4.0 or Industry 4.0 – is ushering in a revolution on the factory floor -- one with clear implications for HVACR contractors...
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The Must-Have Connection to Power Your Data Center Cooling
We’re in the midst of our own gold rush of sorts. Rather than fleeing to California in search of prosperity through extraordinary and precious assets, businesses are looking above to achieve...
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