Short vid with an explanation of how mechanical thermostats work for a refrigeration system .
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27 thoughts on “Basic thermostat operation for Refrigeration

  1. Adam Neil says:

    I got into refrigeration from when I left school at 16 and got my qualification through college now time served for 7 years. as my dad is a refrigeration engineer he got me interested in the trade as he has been in the trade for nearly 40 years. I stumbled onto your channel today and really enjoy all the videos I have watched and now a subscriber. Keep those videos coming. Sincerely Adam from Scotland.

  2. james hendry says:

    Go stuff What you’re doing is more important then you realize I was trained by the old school people and they have all retired so the newer generation is not being changed drain properly unless the person before them was trained so continue the good work!

  3. Sterling Archer says:

    I wish there was more of those still around .
    Them digital controls sure make things harder to troubleshoot , I mean , once you get to s bloody electronic board , what are you supposed to do ?
    It's like we're gonna have to become electronic engineers now , innit !

  4. HvacGuitartist says:

    Thanks so much! Took me some time to understand turning it down to make it come on because I was thinking when the temp goes down it cuts off. Finally I see, when you turn it down that's the temp you want the cooler to be and it shuts off (opens) when it gets there with a normally closed solenoid. Gosh, I can't believe that tripped me up. Smh.

  5. Manny Yabar says:

    great video! thank you so much. In my small cooler, I have a thermostat, but in the condensing unit, I have a low pressure switch. How would I set the low pressure switch if I want to control the temp just with the thermostat in the box? thanks

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