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    Chiller general practice/service guide



    Hello everyone in 2018. I wish you easy this year, lucky in finding leakage, cheaper refrigerant, kind and rich customers.
    I want to ask you for good, the best service guide for chillers for refrigeration workers, engineers. Do you recommend any?


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    Re: Chiller general practice/service guide

    Here are a few that are in my library

    Cool Thermodynamics - by Jeffery M Gordon & Kim Choon Ng. ISBN 1 898326908
    Fluid Mechanics - by J.F.Douglas, J.M.Gasiorek, J.A. Swaffield. ISBN 0 582234085
    Thermofluids - by Keith Sherwin & Michael Horsley. ISBN 0 412598000
    Refrigeration & Air Conditioning - by McGraw - Hill. ISBN 0 070616191
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    Re: Chiller general practice/service guide

    Frank thank you. I'm not looking for basic of refrigeration. I'm looking for informations about service (in details) of chillers.
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    Re: Chiller general practice/service guide

    Then I would suggest that you contact the specific manufacturer of your chiller and request the service manual
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    Re: Chiller general practice/service guide

    Don't think you will find a general service guide. Theory books like Frank suggests will be all you get. Gary's TECH Method books had a good service sheet, think you can get them on eBay now but don't think they were chiller specific.
    Otherwise get hold of some manufacturers manuals and read up on those to get familiar with what's involved.

    Cheers,
    Andy.

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