Here are links to my latest posts on how these motors can be used for retrofitting in existing HVAC systems.
In this post I cover how the savings can be dramatic, and the most important part is to get duct pressures low.…Continue
Probably the usual thought in the HVAC industry by technicians is that the units need to be made bigger for comfort. Perhaps this comes from the idea of coming home from work, and needing a set back thermostat to do its magic, and get the home comfortable fast,…Continue
This is the Air Pressures, Duct System, the Boots, the Registers, Equipment Cabinets, Air Balancing, Temperature rise and drop parameters, etc.
This is a greatly overlooked and not understood part of a system, even by most HVAC Journeymen and contractors. How do we come to this conclusion?…Continue
Added by Christopher Cadwell on November 28, 2011 at 12:00am — No Comments
When the testing equipment is not small enough to accurately measure the leakage - then it is called zero - usually below 10 CFM of leakage.
Essentially every seam of all the metal and every inside connection of the…Continue
Added by Christopher Cadwell on November 23, 2011 at 1:30am — No Comments
This is no ordinary course room.* This is the house about to be retrofitted. We just got through the day of reasoning on the background as to why we install AC in…
Added by Christopher Cadwell on November 22, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments
Attending a week long class where veteran trainer Rick Chitwood is moderator has been entertaining and joyful. In the class which is inside a house that is being retrofit completely we are now designing and installing a super efficient HVAC system.…
The bottom line: They produced and sold what the customer actually wanted and was willing to pay for. There are a lot of other things they did, but all complexities funneled back into the purpose of delivering something…Continue