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  1. Looking to replace Obsolete Carrier Through the wall AC and Heat Unit

    Hey guys, have a site with a ton of these old Carrier through the wall a/c and heat units that are sprining leaks now but carrier has since stopped making them and looking for another brand that I...
  2. Okay so my path is going from freezer coil to the...

    Okay so my path is going from freezer coil to the cooler then out to a floor drain so what I'd do is trap the freezer after I've brought the line to the cooler and then another trap for the cooler...
  3. Installing common drain line for W/I cooler & freezer

    Hey just gonna be installing a drain line for walk in freezer that will be common to the walk in cooler, both only have one evaporator. My question is in regards to p trap locations do I need one for...
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    Ive had a set for few years of the mastercool...

    Ive had a set for few years of the mastercool ratchet benders and havnt had any issues with them, I havnt used the yellow jacket ones so couldnt compare but mastercool benders are decent.
  5. Whats the condition of your outdoor condensing...

    Whats the condition of your outdoor condensing unit, it may need to be cleaned sounds like your unit just cant keep up because it may be plugged not being able to release enough heat during the high...
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    Heres a link to duponts pdf on retrofitting with...

    Heres a link to duponts pdf on retrofitting with mo99 http://www2.dupont.com/ISCEON/en_US/assets/downloads/k22217_ISCEON_MO99_retrofit_guidelines.pdf

    I also spoke with a dupont rep at a recent...
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    H10 hands down most accurate, it may not be as...

    H10 hands down most accurate, it may not be as durable as some. Though it makes up for it in being able to find leaks that other detectors wouldn't pick up. If you want something that is durable and...
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    Thanks, will be picking one up next time I'm at...

    Thanks, will be picking one up next time I'm at suppliers.
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    I couldn't find any limits tripped, as for it...

    I couldn't find any limits tripped, as for it being a possible air flow issue that would make sense since the filters needed to be changed, I changed the filters reset the board seems to be working...
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    Yup just operate off individual t-stats

    Yup just operate off individual t-stats
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    These units are using the honey well economizers...

    These units are using the honey well economizers module# w7212a 1025 With the Honeywell enthapy sensor c7400a 1012

    I had removed one of the leads off the enthapy sensor to verify power out on...
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    Johnson controls RTU mechanical cooling problem

    Hey all, I'm running into a bit of a brain buster with a bunch of newer Johnson control rtu not running mechanical cooling.
    Model # J05ZFD10U2AAA1A

    So here's the issue I'm running into with a...
  13. PSIA = PoundsSquareInch Absolute, which means it...

    PSIA = PoundsSquareInch Absolute, which means it includes atmospheric pressure equivalent to 14.7psi at sea level

    PSIG is just PSIgauge gauge pressure not including the 14.7 absolute value
  14. Thread: D'oh

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    thats crazy usually engineered air stuff is top...

    thats crazy usually engineered air stuff is top notch must have been a lemon of a bearing.
  15. Thread: Whats a zip Tie?

    by Nic88
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    Yeah we call them marette's but thats just...

    Yeah we call them marette's but thats just actually a brand name of wire connectors. Like calling an adjustable wrench a crescent wrench just first company to create them....
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    Blasting some nitrogen should be fine. The only...

    Blasting some nitrogen should be fine. The only real concern you need to have is to make sure you don't mix oils, so just make sure your hoses/manifold is clear of oil when switching from POE systems...
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    I switched over to alberta from bc as a second...

    I switched over to alberta from bc as a second year apprentice, and as for hours being transferred it is quite a pain. You have to have an alberta employer sponsor you and recommend to the AIT...
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    If your gonna be using them enough and are...

    If your gonna be using them enough and are willing to spend the money rigid aluminum are hands down best pipe wrenches. Or if you want to work on your arm muscles get their steel wrenches haha
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    Bit off your topic, How is the okanagan college's...

    Bit off your topic, How is the okanagan college's refrigeration program? I moved from the kootenays to go to SAIT in alberta to do my apprenticeship afterwards learning of the okanagan college...
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    Yeah, I've have come across them failing before I...

    Yeah, I've have come across them failing before I just found it interesting how in this case it actually shorted to common causing the low voltage to circuit to short out. Everyday is different in...
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    Honeywell Economizer Short...

    So got sent out to a call today too hot in space. Unit was a carrier rooftop unit model#48TJE006-511GA. Found that the unit happened to have tripped the low voltage fuse, replaced the fuse and tried...
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    I prefer Makita, mostly due to their lightweight....

    I prefer Makita, mostly due to their lightweight. So far my 4pc set has been very reliable. Tried rigid found they were to bulky and batteries died quite quickly. By the way talking bout 18volt set....
  23. Thread: Super heat

    by Nic88
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    I was told from an old tech in trade school that...

    I was told from an old tech in trade school that rule of thumb was to go with 5 degree for low temp applications, 10 degree for med temp applications, and 15 for high temp applications.
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    If it hasn't worked right since the install, I...

    If it hasn't worked right since the install, I would start from the beginning checking everything, including the piping to see if there is something not set up properly. Sounds like from the info...
  25. Thread: LENNOX G26 issue

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    Any limits tripping? Whats the board giving for...

    Any limits tripping? Whats the board giving for diagnostic codes?
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    "If you can dodge a wrench you can dodge a ball" ...

    "If you can dodge a wrench you can dodge a ball" Lol sorry had to say it. But yah thats definitely a lesson for yah, never trust anyone working above you, especially a plumber.
  27. Thread: Roll out help

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    It might be possible the space is having issues...

    It might be possible the space is having issues with negative air pressure? I had a similar issue like that where the building was not designed properally with the use of large exhaust fans causing a...
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    New Member - Calgary AB Canada

    Hey all, came across this site and it looks to be quite a useful resource and way to meet others in the same trade and help each other out with tech support. I am a young guy 23, currently a 3rd year...
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