Climate Control
Using P-T Analysis as a Service Tool for Refrigeration Systems
Manufacturers of refrigerants, controls, and other suppliers distribute hundreds of thousands of pressure-temperature charts to the trade every year. It would be rare indeed to find a...
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HVACR Tech Tip: Six Reasons Why CDS Conversion Reduces Costs
Have you considered a CDS valve conversion for improving performance and reducing costs on your refrigeration equipment? Over the past ten years, Parker Sporlan has completed tens of thousands of...
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HVACR Tech Tip: Head Pressure Control for Supermarkets
Head pressure control on supermarket refrigeration systems is used to maintain a minimum high-side-pressure to low-side-pressure relationship. Low side pressures are the result of...
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HVACR Tech Tip: Compressor Overheating is the Number One Refrigeration Problem
Many refrigeration compressors break down simply because they overheat. There are two main reasons why overheating can have such a devastating effect on compressors: Loss of the lubricating properties...
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HVACR Tech Tip: Understanding the Basic Refrigeration Cycle
This Climate Control blog is to review the basic refrigeration cycle and the interaction between the four basic components. The four basic components are the compressor, condenser, expansion device,...
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AWEF Factors for Parker Sporlan Thermostatic Expansion Valves (TEVs)
Annual Walk-in Energy Factor (AWEF) is an energy standard by the Department of Energy (DOE) that measures electrical energy input versus its cooling capacity. All commercial refrigeration...
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Parker Sporlan Supermarket Seminar Series: Metering Devices, TEVs - Q&A Part 3
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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ZoomLock MAX Press-to-Connect Refrigerant Fittings FAQs–Part 3
ZoomLock MAX press-to-connect flame-free refrigerant fittings help to improve productivity for HVACR contractors and technicians on the job. Having the ZoomLock MAX complete system equipped with...
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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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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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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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HVACR Tech Tip: Interchangeable Cartridge Style Thermostatic Expansion Valves Save Time & Money
Contractors provide service to customers with many different system applications in the field with an even wider variety of capacity requirements. Today, the number of refrigerants that a...
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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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HVACR Tech Tip: Protect Your System During Maintenance With These Steps
Simple maintenance steps for system reliability There are simple steps that an HVACR technician can take during their routine spring and fall inspections or at any time when onsite to...
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HVACR Tech Tip: Protect your System During Install With These Steps
In today’s world where time is precious, doing the job right the first time is critical. Your customers want reliability and appreciate the attention to detail that will ensure their system provides...
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HVACR Tech Tip: Top 5 FAQs About Thermostatic Expansion Valves (TEVs)
Not everyone is familiar with all the intricacies of HVACR as we are at Parker Sporlan and that’s okay. Whenever you have questions, you can always contact our world class Technical Support team or...
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How to Use Virtual Engineer for HVACR Product Selection
Parker Sporlan's new web-based product selection program, Virtual Engineer, allows the user to size, select, and fully configure products for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration applications. Virtual...
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