The marine refrigeration manual we'll discuss on this page is a government manual from the late 90's.
To get an idea of the scope of information the manual covers, open the
table of contents and chapter 1 pdf file.
This file contains the table of contents and all of chapter one of the manual, and also several extra pages.
The extra pages discuss the TXV, and I've included them in the file to illustrate how thoroughly this manual discusses most of the topics it covers.
This marine refrigeration manual is a pdf copy of the one that I used when I was working on ships.
It might not cover the exact machinery you're working on, but the information it contains about marine refrigeration systems might help make your projects easier.
The manual is 434 pages, with a table of contents and 8 different sections or chapters.
For an administrative fee of $14.97, you can get the entire manual to keep on your computer and print out.
If you'd like your own copy,
The manual is a massive 60 megabytes, and the download will take some time, so please be ready to kick back and relax while you wait for the download to finish.
Most of the information in this marine refrigeration manual applies to any refrigeration system, not only to shipboard equipment, and I really think it will help you out with any work you might be doing on large sized air conditioning and refrigeration machinery.
I hope you find the manual as useful as I have, and please, feel free to contact us with any specific HVAC questions you might have, including questions about refrigeration on Guam, and air conditioning on Guam.
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