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HVAC School - For Techs, By Techs

HVAC School - For Techs, By Techs

Author: Bryan Orr

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Real training for HVAC ( Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration) Technicians. Including recorded tech training, interviews, diagnostics and general conversations about the trade.
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Ethan Charles

what channel does Craig have?

Feb 9th
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Brad Clemons

wish they do live shows agian always was a great Saturday night

Jan 17th
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Ethan Charles

sure would have liked to hear what Caleb thought at some point.

Oct 28th
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Ray Ruiz

good one

Oct 16th
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Moein

Thanks it was really helpful.

Sep 14th
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Brad Schlabach

Rational for storage... reduced capital capacity of equipment is okay, but moving electrical use time to off peak times is HUGE! Currently FPL, in our area, offers off peak electric at $0.06/kW-hr, which is half the current rate. Challenge is you then agree to $0.24/kW-hr for on peak usage.

Apr 11th
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Brad Schlabach

Yes! Also, let’s think about using over sized piping instead of buffer tanks to house the heat/cooling capacity, this would reduce energy consumption that is normally found in pipe friction loss. Also, consider that your cold storage be a tank of ice.

Apr 11th
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Dave Johnsonnola

screw "marketing", ..... show us what works.

Apr 2nd
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Mar 9th
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ID17373688

One thing about analog vs digital gauges is the flutter you can see on an analog gauge refrigerant boiling off like flash gas when charging a system I’m young but it’s a tip from old timer refrigeration technician you can’t see that on digital gauges

Feb 10th
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ID17373688

One thing about analog vs digital gauges is the flutter you can see on an analog gauge refrigerant boiling off like flash gas when charging a system I’m young but it’s a tip from old timer refrigeration technician you can’t see that on digital gauges

Feb 10th
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Ray Ruiz

Good as always

Feb 7th
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Randall Witt

I am in aHVAC school right now and i enjoy some of the extra course like physics they make me take to understand wnats going on on a deeper level

Jan 27th
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Ken Casebier

yet again great advice, thank you Bryan

Jan 14th
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Doug Marsh

For checking input the Dormont FloPro is the product I had mentioned. FPMD75FFKIT is the part number.

Dec 20th
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Steve Domansky

Bryan lives in a world of “ “air quotes . Haha

Dec 8th
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Larry Green

What do you have on heat pump TXV diagnostics?

Dec 1st
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Brendan McCloskey

Bryan , as a soon to be tech leaving trade school, I listened to this podcast from the beginning. I can’t say how much I’ve gotten out of this podcast and love what your doing, you break things down for us newbies and explain why somethings someway and not that way because “it always has been that way”. Very impressed and thankful! Thank you !

Nov 22nd
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Matt Kime

Bryan, I started listening a while ago but decided to listen from the beginning today I have only got through about 5 minutes of this one and we are so much alike I tell my students the same thing about refrigerant and no such thing as cold lol love the show.

Oct 14th
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Justin Ryan Davis

we call that high voltage leg in a three phase circuit the "stinger" leg. might be a California thing. 120/120/240. always pull out your meter, no excuses.

Sep 18th
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