History and Basics of Refrigeration
Pioneers of refrigeration The modern world is impossible to imagine without refrigeration. The Internet, food transportation, medical imaging, and vaccine research, such as COVID-19, relies on refrigeration to function. Even the sprawl of cities across the American south in the 1950s was inconceivable without refrigeration and air conditioning. So if you like vacationing in Vegas […]
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Thoughtful Termination (Of Wires)
When you are checking a unit of any kind, you should be keeping your eyes open for signs of arcing and melting at all of your wire connections and contact points. We find issues with melting terminals on contactors and in disconnects regularly. Still, We rarely think about the relationship between circuit ampacity, wire size, […]
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Why is 240V called “Single-Phase”?
This is a quick article from the archives that got a big response 4 months ago. I also just did a Facebook Live video this morning baring my soul on the topic of flowing nitrogen in response to an email. Enjoy. Why is it called single-phase 240 when there are two opposing phases? I wondered why […]
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