Comments

Related Tech Tips

Air Changes Confusion
Air changes per hour (ACH/ACPH) simply describes how many times the quantity of air in a room (or structure) is completely replaced per hour. If you have a 10'x10'x10′ room, the room contains 1000 cubic feet of air. If the supply and return to the room is supplying a balanced 100 CFM (cubic feet per […]
Read more
A REALLY Loud Compressor
A while ago, I walked up on one of our managers who was talking to a junior tech diagnosing an intermittent controls issue on a pool heat pump. In the background, you could hear an EXTREMELY loud compressor. The junior tech had just been moving some wires around, and the next thing he knew, there […]
Read more
Pitch on Line Penetrations
Most techs and installers know that drains need to be pitched. I use the rule of thumb that drain lines should generally be pitched 1/4″ per foot of horizontal run. One thing that can easily be forgotten is pitching wall penetrations when drilling. It's as simple as drilling with a slight upward angle if drilling […]
Read more
loading

To continue you need to agree to our terms.

The HVAC School site, podcast and daily tech tips
Made possible by Generous support from