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Thread: Best HVAC Literature???????
02-27-2007, 06:54 PM #1
Best HVAC Literature???????
I will soon be making a small investment into a few different books. I was hoping that I might gather a few first-hand opinions, from some of the experienced users with-in this forum. I am hoping to encounter some titles that will enlighten me on equipment and/or system design. Some titles I have found and am considering are, "The HVAC Handbook" by Robert C. Rosaler, "HVAC Systems Design Handbook" by Roger W. Haines and C. Lewis Wilson, "HVAC Equations, Data and Rules of Thumb" by Arthur A. Bell, and "Simplified Design of HVAC Systems" by William Bobenhausen. Considering the fact that these books can cost upwards of one hundred dollars I thought that I would seek some advice prior to purchase. Also, I was wondering if there might be any videos/dvds that anyone found rather educational. All shared information will be greatly appreciated!
02-27-2007, 07:07 PM #2
I think Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology 5th edition is an excellent reference book. The Carrier manuals have a lot of useful info too, if you already have a certain amount of experience. Of course manuals J and D.Luke 6:31
02-27-2007, 08:40 PM #3Regular Guest
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some of your local hvac dealers will have good books as well for duct lay out also some will have a basic trouble shooting stuff as well