HVAC/R

  • Economical, Eco-friendly Copper Tubes for Air Conditioner Applications - Smaller, grooved tubes make possible smaller, more efficient heat exchanger coils... and hence air conditioners with high energy-efficiency. Coils made with this new technology weigh less and take up less space. They use less refrigerant and operate at higher pressures. The cost effective copper fabrication processes and assembly techniques are proven and familiar to suppliers and manufacturers. Corrosion resistant, durable and dependable, copper tubes provide long life, reliable performance and recyclability. New commercial and residential air-conditioner products based on small diameter copper tubing are already changing the game.
  • Copper Micro-Grooves - The Game Changer in the Design and Manufacture of Residential and Commercial Air Conditioner Products.
  • Direct-Exchange Geothermal Heating/Cooling Technology
  • Copper Tubing for Mechanical Systems
  • Copper and Copper Alloy - Tube and Pipe covers manufacturing processes, specification, product inspection, plumbing & drainage & sprinkler systems, corrosion, and much more.
  • Chiller Replacement Yields Environmental Benefits and Operating Cost Savings
  • Copper Tube for Fuel Gas Distribution Systems covers advantages of using copper tube for gas distribution, specifying the tube, choice of system, laying out and installing the system, fittings, and inspection and testing.
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Chillers
  • The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) is the trade association representing manufacturers of air conditioning, heating and commercial refrigeration equipment. AHRI's 300+ member companies account for more than 90 percent of the residential and commercial air conditioning, space heating, water heating, and commercial refrigeration equipment manufactured and sold in North America.
  • The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) is the trade association representing manufacturers of air conditioning, heating and commercial refrigeration equipment. AHRI's 300+ member companies account for more than 90 percent of the residential and commercial air conditioning, space heating, water heating, and commercial refrigeration equipment manufactured and sold in North America.
  • Refrigeration Service Engineers Society (RSES) strives to be the leading authority in training, education and information transfer for professional HVACR technicians and contractors. In a partnership with Copper Development Association Inc. (CDA), RSES and CDA presented a webinar entitled “A Practical Update on Advanced Copper Alloys and On-Site Joining Methods for HVACR Systems”.
  • Joining Copper and Copper Alloys [PDF 211Kb]
    This document provides information related to best practices for joining copper and copper alloys in HVACR systems, and debunks some of the many brazing wives’ tales. (Reprint from RSES Journal, July 2016)
    Cover of paper on joining copper and copper alloys

Technical Papers from Recent HVACR Related Conferences