Epic Fails: Condenser Upkeep and Maintenance

Dirt buildup and biological growth in evaporative condensers lead to reduced airflow, decreased condenser efficiencies, and higher energy costs due to increased condensing pressures. Bill Lape’s tips to keep your system functioning and efficient.


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Want more of Bill’s Advice?  From the RETA Breeze Epic Fails:

Ice Buildup Revisted

Bill Lape revisits the subject of excessive ice buildup on ammonia refrigeration systems. Regulatory officials have often been concerned with a thin layer of frost on a product tank surge …

Management of Change

The devel is in the details, and missing one or two can cause an Epic Fail. Bill Lape takes us through an example detailing IAR2 requirements with charts, diagrams, and …

Time to Blow Off Some Steam

This month Bill Lape takes us on a journey through IIAR2 atmospheric relief discharges in RETA Breeze’s Epic Fails. While the code is seemingly straightforward, it has created challenges. Never …

Get Out the Hot Dogs and the Burgers – Storage of Combustibles

A look at the proper storage of combustibles by Bill Lape. For more in RETA’s Epic Fails Series, search Epic on our website!