Energy efficiency has been and will continue to be the driving force in the HVAC industry. HVAC systems use a variety of electrical components to improve energy efficiency, which brings a certain level of complexity to their maintenance and troubleshooting problems.
Learn how Fluke tools help in the proper installation of HVAC systems, and for troubleshooting when complications arise. Take a look at case studies from the field and how Fluke HVAC tools and electrical tools helped them solve common issues.
Boilers and their associated systems are an important part of a modern commercial building's central energy plant. Prevent costly downtime and expensive equipment failures.
As we have seen, power problems have a bad effect on electronic devices. To detect a power problem, a technician will first check out the power supply to a device to make sure it is functioning properly.
If chilled water flow is interrupted for even a few minutes the IT server room might overheat and critical computer services could go down. Another vital area is a hospital operating room. In a plant, essential machinery uses chilled water for process cooling. While many plants have excess capacity, much of this capacity is not available at high ambient temperature and high humidity conditions.
This how-to guide explains why and how to conduct a duct traverse, how to insert the measuring device and a step-by-step process of taking the measurements. Tips and additional resources are included.
Air velocity is a key parameter in evaluating airflow system performance. As part of basic testing, adjusting and balancing of HVAC air distribution systems, most HVAC technicians now use an anemometer to measure air velocity at grilles-registers-diffusers, within a duct, or in open spaces.
Preparing ice for curling competitions with the aid of Fluke infrared camera, infrared thermometer, digital thermometer, and temperature humidity meter