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The Only Tool You Need to Solve Basic Design Problems

The HVAC Handbook gives you instant access to the information you need for thousands of design problems.  And it's all in one affordable book.  No need to invest in a large library loaded with little-used data.

Tom Arimes, P.E., editor of the reference is an engineer with three decades of field experience.  He's taken all the most-needed information from 200 authoritative publications.  He's boiled it down to its absolute essence and assembled it into one unique, easy-to-use volume.

Check out the HVAC Handbook Contents tab and see a complete listing of the great collection of useful  tools, for example:
  Controls for HVAC Systems
  Corrosion/Chemical Resistance of Materials
  Ductwork & Accessories
  Fans, Blowers & Accessories
  Fluid Flow
  Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Design Data
  Motor Data
  Pipe, Fittings & Valves Mechanical Data
  Weather Data
The HVAC Handbook provides the most-needed facts and figures.  Simple, understandable tables and graphs make looking it up easy and quick. 
For instance:

Need cooling-load figures for a restaurant A/C system? See the table in Section 11.

Designing the HVAC system for a building in Nashville, Tennessee?  San Diego, California?  Portland, Maine?  Look up the climatic data for each city in Section 28.

How will friction affect the air capacity of your distribution system?  Fast answers with the graphs in Section 6.

Quick!  How many gallons in a cubic foot?  Not sure?  Find the conversion factor in Section 26.

What do "CGA", "ARI", and "CABO" stand for?  Just look them up in the abbreviation charts in Section 2.

What is the formula for CFM when BTUH and Delta T are known?  Section 11.

Working on a problem?  No need to break your concentration.  Just look it up in this complete reference and keep going.