ERIC Number: ED030270
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963-Feb
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Which Refrigeration System is Best for Your School?
Little, Philip F.
Actual Specifying Engineer, p109-111 Jan-Feb 63
Several types of refrigeration systems available to the consulting engineer are discussed. The engineer should analyze all energy sources and base his recommendations on comparative costs and availability of sources, keeping in mind that operating costs are of primary importance to schools. The analysis begins with a careful appraisal of the building. Accurate determination of operating hours is vital in analyzing operating costs. Refrigeration machine manufacturers should be consulted for equipment data, physical dimensions, and operating figures. Three basic types of water chilling equipment are also described. (RH)
Descriptors: Air Conditioning, Air Conditioning Equipment, Climate Control, Controlled Environment, Educational Environment, Engineering, Equipment, Equipment Maintenance, Equipment Manufacturers, Equipment Utilization, Heating, Mechanical Equipment, Program Costs, Refrigeration, Temperature
Medalist Publications, Inc., 1801 Prairie Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60616
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