Tech Tips

Tech Tips is another great way that Ferguson Heating & Cooling brings you more information without leaving your place of business. We have expert staff eager to share articles about the equipment you use. Read about solutions, best practices and user guides for all of your major equipment needs.

July 26, 2019

How to Diagnose a Failed TXV

TXV’s are often misdiagnosed, but this article will help clarify why that happens as well as how to properly diagnose a TXV failure. A TXV can be incorrectly diagnosed if a technician finds a system with low suction pressure and assumes it means low refrigerant. When they add refrigerant, they will see that suction isn’t […]

May 30, 2019

Tech Tip: Refrigerant Recovery Best Practices

Recovery is the removal of refrigerant from a system to either store and send in for recycling or to reintroduce back into the same system. Here are a dozen top tips for refrigerant recovery: Make sure your tank is empty and evacuated to 300 microns if you plan to return the refrigerant back into the […]

May 30, 2019

Tech Tip: Refrigerant Recovery Best Practices

Recovery is the removal of refrigerant from a system to either store and send in for recycling or to reintroduce back into the same system. Here are a dozen top tips for refrigerant recovery: Make sure your tank is empty and evacuated to 300 microns if you plan to return the refrigerant back into the […]

May 30, 2019

Tech Tip: Refrigerant Recovery Best Practices

Recovery is the removal of refrigerant from a system to either store and send in for recycling or to reintroduce back into the same system. Here are a dozen top tips for refrigerant recovery: Make sure your tank is empty and evacuated to 300 microns if you plan to return the refrigerant back into the […]

May 30, 2019

Tech Tip: Refrigerant Recovery Best Practices

Recovery is the removal of refrigerant from a system to either store and send in for recycling or to reintroduce back into the same system. Here are a dozen top tips for refrigerant recovery: Make sure your tank is empty and evacuated to 300 microns if you plan to return the refrigerant back into the […]