Feb 28, 2017
In this episode, Bryan speaks with Jim Bergmann of Redfish Instruments about his path to being a test instruments business owner. He has also worked with Testo and has teaching experience under his belt.
In the past, test instruments were low-resolution and often inaccurate. Many HVAC techs of the past based all of...
Feb 22, 2017
In this podcast, Bryan talks about condensing temperature, condenser split, and subcooling. All three of the values are proportional. If one changes, all three of them will change. Saturation is also a critical concept that relates to all three of those, so we also cover those relationships.
As you remember, a condenser...
Feb 16, 2017
In this episode, Bryan talks a bit about the air side of the system. Understanding airflow is all about seeing the relationship between readings. We cover latent and sensible heat, relative humidity, wet and dry-bulb temperatures, and static pressure.
Latent and sensible heat refer to heat that we can feel (sensible) or...
Feb 11, 2017
In this first episode of a new series Justin talks about the calls he is doing before and after he does them, giving us a look inside the van of a senior HVAC tech.
Feb 8, 2017
In this episode of the HVAC School Podcast, we talk about some cool technologies and controversial tools.
Joe Shearer joins us to talk about hard start kits. Some people believe that hard start kits are only suitable for one-time use, but Joe and Bryan believe that there's a lot more to it than that. If hard start kits...