Everett, Wash. – The latest industry newsletters from Fluke Corporation, the global leader in portable electronic test and measurement technology, are now available through the Fluke Web site and by subscription.
The three publications are designed to give industry professionals information they can use on the job, and show how to put Fluke instruments to work. Newsletters are written for electricians and electrical contractors, plant engineering and maintenance professionals and heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration (HVAC) and indoor air quality contractors, weatherization professionals and facilities maintenance personnel.
Fluke Electrical News leads with the story of how technicians use Fluke instruments to maintain the early warning system at a dam five miles from Manhattan, Kan. - and 12 miles from a seismic fault zone. Other stories in the current issue detail the use of infrared windows to increase safety of thermal inspections, how to make energy audits produce results, and how to put the new Fluke 233 Detachable Display Multimeter to work for convenience and safety.
The new issue of Fluke Plant News includes a cover story on how technicians maintain the custom-built machinery at canvas finisher Martin Corporation. Also in this issue: how high-resolution Fluke thermal imagers enhance troubleshooting, how to reduce the operational cost of compressed air systems, and how using the frequency function on a multimeter keeps a cushion foam manufacturer bouncing along.
Fluke HVAC/IAQ News takes readers to the Zero Energy Idea House, where Fluke thermal imagers and a blower door test track down the last few energy losses. Also in this issue: how HVAC technicians locate carbon monoxide problems, how to troubleshoot controls without disconnecting wires, and getting to the root of HVAC power problems.
All Fluke newsletters are available for free on the Fluke newsletter home page. To subscribe to the print edition and receive a print copy, click on “subscribe to the next print editions” at the bottom of the page.
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