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From the Back Cover
A reference you’ll warm up to

From the background and fundamental principle of heating schemes to the most recent chip-based technology, this primary volume of Audel’s HVAC Library gives you comprehensive info you need on the job. Whether you’re installing, servicing, repairing, or troubleshooting an old or new heating system, you’ll find what you’re looking for, from wood and coal furnace maintenance to new calculations and the latest environmental technologies and regulations.

  • Review the basi principles of installation, wiring, and troubleshooting for dissimilar HVAC systems
  • Choose the rectify system for the space, climate, and needs
  • Compare the economy and efficacy of respective fuel types
  • Install, maintain, and troubleshoot conversion units
  • Find formula cross references, data tables with conversions, and listings of trade organizations and instrumentation manufacturers

About the Author
James E. Brumbaugh has expended twenty years in the residential and light mercantile construction industry. He is an accomplished educator fluent in assorted languages, and has written more than fifteen books on HVAC, construction, and the building trades.

A reference you’ll warm up to

From the background and fundamentals of heating schemes to the most recent chip-based technology, this primary volume of Audel’s HVAC Library gives you comprehensive data you need on the job. Whether you’re installing, servicing, repairing, or troubleshooting an old or new heating system, you’ll find what you’re looking for, from wood and coal furnace maintenance to new calculations and the latest environmental technologies and regulations.
* Review the basi principles of installation, wiring, and troubleshooting for dissimilar HVAC systems
* Choose the rectify system for the space, climate, and needs
* Compare the economy and efficacy of respective fuel types
* Install, maintain, and troubleshoot conversion units
* Find formula cross references, data tables with conversions, and listings of trade organizations and instrumentation manufacturers

Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #45153 in Books
  • Published on: 2004-02-27
  • Original language: English
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 8.27″ h x 1.50″ w x 7.09″ l, 1.67 pounds
  • Binding: Paperback
  • 720 pages
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Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
5Invaluable reference tool and study guide
By MH
As a first year HVAC student, I found this book to be an excellent “go-to” source for much of the information being presented to me on a daily basis. The charts, diagrams, and pictures are an excellent source of information. This book not only covers older units, it covers newer technologies also. All three books in this series will find a home in my office.

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
4More than sufficient for the novice…
By D Swaney
I work as a Plumbing Pro at a home center, and purchased this book to help me field HVAC questions from customers. For anyone attempting to do their own work on heating applications, I’d highly recommend it. Because I live in Alaska, I can’t comment on the Air Conditioning element, but would assume that information is just as useful.

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
5Really good text books (Volume One of Three)
By R. Zauner
This is book one, of a three book series (or volumes).

Although at first, I didn’t know which book to get, so just get all three. There’s plenty of good info in all three making it worth while and they’re not overly priced. (Material is pretty much spread across all three volumes.)

One reviewer stated it’s “Old Info”, but have the HVAC manufacturers done anything newer these days not requiring you to know anything within these books? And, if a HVAC manufacturer does have some newer product with bells & whistles (ie. power venter), they usually package an instruction manual including codes and advisories.

The books go into a little more detail then I really needed for installing a boiler in my house. So overall, the books covered most of the details. The only item the books omitted, construction of a utilidor or similar access way (ie. 4 inch ABS with PEX pipes).

Your other option, buying some $100-500 textbook(s).

Remember, safety first. These books adequately detail draft & safety. When in doubt, call a licensed trusted contractor.

I’ll likely obtain the Kindle versions since I tend to travel, but am unsure of the quality of the diagrams contained within the Kindle versions. When books have diagrams, it was usually best to obtain the PDF. (Also, if you don’t steal, beware of EBooks containing undisclosed DRM which will prevent you from reading the media on other devices!)

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