HVACR Refrigeration Cycle Training! Superheat and Subcooling!

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In this HVAC Training Video I go over the Basic Refrigeration Cycle of a Walk-In Box Refrigeration System along with the Operation. I Explain the Refrigerant States, Superheat, Subcooling, Pressure and Temperature along with Component Identification and Functions of Each Part.

Supervision is needed by a licensed HVAC Tech while doing this as Experience and Apprenticeship garners Wisdom and Safety.

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Vadim Tyutyunnik says:

I always was wondering how gravity affects on the system? All coils made "s" shape but not the sinusoidal.

Tchatcho says:

where superheat of refrigerant start to happen?

Wasim Edoo says:

Very good information bro

Robert Acree says:

Craig, your timing and clarity make learning quick and easy. Total fan and patreon (along w/E-book) as soon as I get accepted at ARPEC – Miami.

Jeremy Martin says:

Fyi. LLSV will most commonly found in evap before txv

Francisco José says:

Hi Craig, very good videos, sorry, my English, I'm from Mexico, my question is: What is the DT of the walk in box evaporators in refrigeration, thanks for your attention

Danny Lagramada says:

Thank you so much for this tutorial. For me its very impormative.

Miguel Velasco says:

Simple yet helpful, awesome video!

Clifford Arocho says:

great video. very thorough

raminla2000 says:

Compressor can also be best described as "Vapor Pump"

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