Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning provides an excellent blend of theory with job-qualifying skills, making it a leader in the refrigeration and air conditioning field! This comprehensive text teaches both fundamental principles and the service techniques needed to diagnose and remedy HVAC problems. Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning contains the most recent information and advances in the field needed to prepare the technician for success in today's world. This edition includes up-to-date material on EPA rules and regulations covering refrigerant recovery, recycling, and reclaiming. Both students and practicing technicians will benefit from the comprehensive approach of this text, which provides a solid and through knowledge of all aspects of refrigeration and air conditioning. Instructor's PowerPoint Presentations for Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning is a highly useful lecture supplement that visually presents the key concepts for each of the textbook's chapters. Unlike presentations consisting only of text information in outline form, this instructional aid includes literally thousands of illustrations, representing well over half the visual content of the textbook. The extensive use of illustrations not only reinforces the key concepts presented in outline form, it also enlivens the presentation to capture and retain student interest. Instructor's notes provide a slide-by-slide, click-by-click program sequence to help you prepare your classroom presentation. The presentation slides can be shown on a large screen with a video projector, displayed on networked computers within a classroom, viewed on individual work stations, or printed and distributed in handoutform. The program includes the PowerPoint Viewer utility, which permits display without need for PowerPoint presentation graphics software.
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