Refrigeration Tutorial

For a free refrigeration tutorial, you're welcome to open our free on-line e books and read through them.

Our 98 page Introduction to Air Conditioning and Refrigeration e book is reprinted from a military training manual, and discusses fundamental refrigeration principles and components.

Our 10 page Refrigeration and Electrical Troubleshooting Chart is also reprinted from a military manual.

Our Introduction to Refrigeration Information e book is 32 pages of refrigeration fundamentals, reprinted from a military manual.

Our System Evaluation Manual has a cycle diagram and guidelines on evaluating the pressures and temperatures of air conditioning and refrigeration equipment.

If you're looking for a refrigeration tutorial in the form of a good text book, the 5th edition of "Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology", ISBN 1401837654, is the best book of this type that I've seen.

You can find it for sale on, and there's a brief review of it on our HVAC Book page.

Depending on exactly what you're looking for, other possible sources for a refrigeration tutorial are RSES, ACCA, Carrier, Trane, or Copeland,

I hope this page has helped, and please, feel free to contact us with any specific HVAC questions you might have, including questions about air conditioning on Guam, or refrigeration on Guam.

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