Excedrin has caffeined many before yuz.
so does Gueranah (sp?) addn to all that chocolate I grab from the unsweetened bakers can, of wich I throw in pancakes and coffee !
top off your pills with some good absorbing calcium, it pulls the synapses into what will help, too.
Sarge, the valve is optional on the new smardt machines, and yes still using kiltech, but that may be subject to change. The newer version of the software is heads and tails over the older stuff( last year). We did some machines last year and found the program to have one really odd quirk that took several revisions ot get to go away. the new program in the last five machines has been VERY good.
They don't feel they need that valve for all applications, and honestly, I agree. most applications are fine with a drop in capacity to ramp down and back up when bringing on another pump.
I just put mine on. This one is special and has been made with an extended dome for greater attenuation and frequency reflection. It is possible that the radio frequency which he is on caused the radiation to pass over my head due to the fact that he is on a very high frequency.
Originally Posted by KnewYork
If he continues with this tone of conversation its likely that we will need some form of assistance for translation or maybe he will come back to earth.
It would be much easier if he would just say what language he speaks and just maybe I could use my translator.
Yes, still Kiltech in the Smardts. You will have to let me know the details on the chiller. I thought that the HGBV was a must for staging in multiple compressors, however I have never worked on a 700 ton water cooled Smardt. The last McQuay I saw was using Carell with the Turbocors.
Originally Posted by sargent york
Yes you may arrive at "chilling" with flat out single-minded chillers; but on the first page to clarify:
Originally Posted by ttenorio
If you have any oportunity to use a pond of over 8 ft deep
and CLOSED plastic piped coils; or you have any damp soil of sufficient temperature variation to cool your process, then
Earth - Coupled hybrid chiller designs similar to what I installled in 1996 for PentAir/Structural Fiber...
Did net out ~ 30 net cooling usable tons PER 1 HORSEPOWER
94 EW temps.
Same has been done for servers inlieu of Liepert things, etc..
IF the soils are moist enough and all is applicable: upto 90% savings over conventional
dry-cooler hybrids added reduce the ground loop at times and a very small mechanical-refrigeration chiller can be incorporated.
Dr S Kavanaugh has articles all over the net on geothermal hybrid by the Source magazine articles, too.
Hydro-Temp builders for trane and carrier different systems and erv's to 200 tons as well, has some to 75 tons that can be multi stacked but patented 1981 HW reclaim like others now sell (finally)
and even double-priority on-demand instant HW recovery systems potable and non- for HIGHMASS radiant to other building zones...
I have sold several water cooled smardt machines without hgbv and multiple compressors. its optional on water cooled, but I suspect its mandatory on air cooled, but we have only one of those. i will be quoting a second soon and will ask.
Originally Posted by allstar08
Any of you ever meet Dave Johnson with Multistack? He done their start ups and troubleshooting conversions. Anyway he is now on our team. Email me if you need to contact Dave regarding turbocor related issues.
We have 2 Mcquay WMC chillers, I guess I should say Daikin now. From what a friend who has been with McQuay for 30 years says the name Mcquay will be completely removed from them. We also have 2 Smardt chillers, water cooled. I flew back to take there service class 2 years ago, which was pretty good. My older Smardt uses a kiltech Gen 1 controller and the newer chiller has the Gen 4 with the SX cpu. I have had several issues with the 2 year old chiller and am continuing work with Kiltech to try and solve software issues. Two factory kiltech technicians flew out yesterday to continue to try to work on my problems. If anybody's interested ask and I can get into that. Then I have one multi stack flooded evap on campus. I have had good luck so far with this one. It's about 2 years old and have contacted tech support twice with great success. I do like the PLC Flexsys controller on this chiller. I have actually had great support from all three manufactures.