Type: Posts; User: duckman373
Not bad for comp sh. I like it at 20-25
What's your static?
Take temps across the drier. Doubt it's blocked with a 95 suction and 10 degree SH.
I work with it every day.
Your avatar is sexy
And get your local portable cooler rental guy on speed dial lol n
And put 90lbs of 22 and 407c on your truck as well.
We get parts from a local leibert supplier. That being said , if you're going into the CRAC sector, you would be wise to stock every part imaginable that will keep the units from working. When the...
Only 1 fan? Is this a minimate? Most liebert single fan units use HPCVs ( headmasters). Sounds after market. And yes, always use OEM brother
Most liebert manuals are available on the interwebs.
Is the motor labeled "thermally protected" ?
Could be, but not visually inspecting the HX is setting yourself up to look like an arse.
Learn how to check static pressure. Just google it, there's lot's of info on it. If your static is off then check your coils filters and belts, check for damaged duct work, check for closed dampers.
Mistakes happen. Just be sure to learn from them.
Then you came to the wrong place.
It's using a special meter to test the condition of a motor's internal insulation, among other things. Do a google search, lots of info out there.
Yeah, megging would be one of the first things to do.
Not an easy way to troubleshoot, but you could install fuse blocks on all motors individually. Would narrow down your search as a last resort
Life aint about work, it's about what you do when your not working. I agree, try your manager one more time, but you gotta do what makes you happy. It's a lot easier to find a job, than it is for...
Oil changes can be more important imo, but of course do both when cleaning out acid. I also only use oil samples for acid tests.
Who are you with in Phx?
Ya know, those oval tanks can be turned into nice pig cookers.
250 at the coil doesn't seem like a restriction, but I would like to know the head pressure at the discharg line. How far down did you pull a vacuum?
You won't get true readings until the conditioned space is at design temp. 95 degrees indoor temps are pretty extreme, and will definitely raise your pressures and temps. What is your outdoor...