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The first choice of those who work on refrigeration systems, now completely revised. Refrigeration service and repair is a separate skill set from air conditioning work. Appreciating a how-to book focused exclusively on refrigeration, tradespersons and repair workers have made earlier editions of this guide become top sellers. This revision, the first in thirteen years, covers the many improvements and changes in both home and commercial refrigeration systems, such as self-defrosting, automatic icemakers, brine systems, thermoelectric cooling, and more.
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Chapter 1. Applications of Refrigeration.
Chapter 2. Refrigerants.
Chapter 3. Compressors.
Chapter 4. Domestic Refrigeration.
Chapter 5. Absorption System for Domestic Refrigeration.
Chapter 6. Thermoelectric Cooling.
Chapter 7. Refrigeration Service Equipment and Tools.
Chapter 8. Domestic Refrigeration Operation and Service.
Chapter 9. Household-Cabinet Defrosting Systems.
Chapter 10. Cabinet Maintenance and Repairs.
Chapter 11. Household Freezers.
Chapter 12. Styles of Domestic Refrigerators and FoodArrangement.
Chapter 13. Installation Methods.
Chapter 14. Compressor Lubrication System
Chapter 15. Refrigeration Control Devices.
Chapter 16. The Electrical System.
Chapter 17. Commercial Refrigeration Principles.
Chapter 18. Brine Systems.
Chapter 19. Ice-Making Systems.
Chapter 20. Supermarket and Grocery Refrigeration.
Chapter 21. Locker Plants.
Chapter 22. Special Refrigeration Applications.
Chapter 23. Cold-Storage Practice.
Chapter 24. Fans and Blowers.
Chapter 25. Refrigeration Piping.
Chapter 26. Commercial Absorption Systems.
Chapter 27. Circulating Pumps.
Chapter 28. Installation and Operation.
Chapter 29. Heat Leakage through Walls.
Chapter 30. Refrigeration Load Calculations.
Appendix A. Reference Materials.