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Importance of Refrigerant Line Sizing by Nick Fisher

Importance of Refrigerant Line Sizing At Carlson & Stewart Refrigeration, Inc. we strive to design and install superior commercial and industrial refrigeration systems. One of the key components to delivering on this is correctly sizing the refrigerant lines for each refrigeration system. Improperly designed line sets can cause the refrigeration system to struggle to keep […]

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Preventative Maintenance Basics – Condenser and Evaporator Coils

With fall fast approaching it is a great time to remind everyone about the importance of commercial refrigeration routine maintenance. Maintaining your systems for optimal energy efficiency is great for the environment and for your pocketbook. Whether you do the maintenance yourself or have a preventative maintenance agreement with Carlson and Stewart Refrigeration, the importance

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EEVs Should be Standard Equipment, Says U.S. Energy Consultant

Source: http://r744.com/articles/9222/eevs_should_be_standard_equipment_says_u_s_energy_consultant EEVs Should be Standard Equipment, Says U.S. Energy Consultant Electronic expansion valves (EEVs), which are used in commercial display cases to automatically control the flow of liquid refrigerant into a direct expansion evaporator, should be a “standard digital piece of equipment,” said Mike Guldenstern, founder and director of energy efficiency services, llc, an energy

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THE EFFECT OF CONDENSER SCALE ON SYSTEM PERFORMANCE

How many of you have “scale” on your evaporative condenser? [I am guessing your hand might be in the air]. How many of you feel that this is “normal” and something that should be treated as a “side effect” from running an evaporative condenser? [I am guessing your hand is still up]. Although scale buildup

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