Search:

Type: Posts; User: CoolWine

Page 1 of 12 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.02 seconds.

  1. Replies
    12
    Views
    1,065

    Nice work. Please post pics of those mushrooms.

    Nice work. Please post pics of those mushrooms.
  2. Replies
    21
    Views
    898

    Why is that? I always carry swiwel T's for this...

    Why is that? I always carry swiwel T's for this purpose and haven't had any issues.
  3. Thread: sds max drill

    by CoolWine
    Replies
    11
    Views
    999

    I have the Bosch sds max which I've been really...

    I have the Bosch sds max which I've been really happy with though I typically don't go past 2.5" for line sets. For larger holes you may be better off with a coring setup. What bits have you been...
  4. I have one, it's relegated to my glove...

    I have one, it's relegated to my glove compartment in my car. The way I see it is that it is never the right tool and is conductive.
  5. Replies
    6
    Views
    612

    Welcome to my world :grin2: We often will add...

    Welcome to my world :grin2:

    We often will add a fan speed controller.

    When we need a really quiet system we use an air handler.

    One of our latest problems was a client with 7 figures of...
  6. Thread: Quail?

    by CoolWine
    Replies
    9
    Views
    1,739

    I like them on the grill. A quick dip in soy adds...

    I like them on the grill. A quick dip in soy adds flavor and color that cannot be achieved in the quick cooking required.
  7. [QUOTE=VTP99;18967091] I called and spoke with...

    I called and spoke with them.
  8. No. Coated copper/alum. It does appear to be a...

    No. Coated copper/alum. It does appear to be a better mousetrap.
    No distribution, more expensive than the equivalent but not crazy, pre installed TXVs :)
    They use dixell style controllers mounted...
  9. From floodback? We typically run scenario 2 and...

    From floodback? We typically run scenario 2 and have virtually no compressor failures while I've seen many LLSV leaking by and making the poor compressor cycle endlessly. It also seems scenario 1...
  10. Thanks so much! Any experience with these? Do...

    Thanks so much!

    Any experience with these? Do the coils and fans last?
    Parts availability?
  11. Who is the manufacturer of this evaperator?

    Some contact info on this tag would be helpful :.02:


    http://i62.tinypic.com/qzjjac.jpg
  12. Replies
    7
    Views
    891

    Most likely because they were able to go to 134...

    Most likely because they were able to go to 134 from 12 using the same compressors.
  13. Replies
    26
    Views
    1,407

    I'd be much more concerned with the disconnect. ...

    I'd be much more concerned with the disconnect.

    How about making a sheet metal ring to raise the height 12" -18". It wouldn't take more than some metal and screws, though I would add a edge guard...
  14. One of the few harbor freight purchases I'm happy...

    One of the few harbor freight purchases I'm happy with.
    http://www.harborfreight.com/2-piece-rubber-strap-wrench-set-94119.html#.UzJN0M7AvSg
  15. Baller project. We've done a few projects with...

    Baller project. We've done a few projects with mechanicals like that, one crazy one that you thought you were in a sub or military ship the way everything was laid out and labeled.

    We have one...
  16. Replies
    13
    Views
    1,321

    http://store.snapon.com/ free shipping to. ...

    http://store.snapon.com/

    free shipping to.

    This ratcheting screwdriver is one of my all time favorite tools...
  17. Replies
    22
    Views
    1,506

    I have to agree, those old mechanical pressure...

    I have to agree, those old mechanical pressure controls with cap tubes are notorious leakers. The encapsulated controls have been super reliable for us.
  18. Replies
    22
    Views
    1,506

    I took a quick peek, didn't see anything. We've...

    I took a quick peek, didn't see anything. We've used the JC 350 series for something similar but $$$.
  19. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,024

    Rain please.

    Rain please.
  20. Replies
    14
    Views
    1,531

    Kind of sorta...I reach for these more often than...

    Kind of sorta...I reach for these more often than a traditional adjustable.

    http://www.knipex.com/index.php?id=1216&L=1&page=art_detail&parentID=1368&groupID=1500&artID=2939
  21. cost and availability.

    cost and availability.
  22. Replies
    12
    Views
    942

    Not unless there is a leak at this temperate...

    Not unless there is a leak at this temperate range. SST=45į (40psi)

    Let's see how 290 plays out. :det:


    Isn't it still the choice for most domestic products sold today?


    Why...It seems...
  23. Replies
    14
    Views
    1,445

    I've used those and think they SUCK. How many...

    I've used those and think they SUCK.

    How many holes do you have to cut? These work just fine ;)...
  24. Replies
    12
    Views
    942

    Both run POE, the 134 will never run in a vacuum....

    Both run POE, the 134 will never run in a vacuum. 134 has no glide.
    Why do you prefer 404 over 134?
  25. Replies
    12
    Views
    942

    I was under the impression that 134 has the...

    I was under the impression that 134 has the lowest equipment cost and 404 higher, not that the difference is significant.

    My "math" may be off base but if we look at 1/4HP Copeland units.
    134...
  26. Replies
    7
    Views
    708

    I believe you can not run 134 in a 22 compressor...

    I believe you can not run 134 in a 22 compressor due to higher compression ratio's. I also believe that at the same HP that 134 would have a much lower capacity. I'm sure Icemeister or another...
  27. Replies
    12
    Views
    942

    134 vs 404 in fractional systems

    If you were setting up new equipment (medium temp, fractional HP) what refrigerant would you choose and why?
  28. Replies
    23
    Views
    2,766

    I've had a thermostat cause the same thing.

    I've had a thermostat cause the same thing.
  29. Replies
    13
    Views
    2,728

    WOW. Low bidder gets the job again.

    WOW. Low bidder gets the job again.
  30. Replies
    75
    Views
    11,079

    Hopefully it won't do this to you...

    Hopefully it won't do this to you http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radium_Girls
  31. Replies
    31
    Views
    2,969

    no free s/h but I've had great service and...

    no free s/h but I've had great service and pricing from hvacr tools. http://hvacr-tools.com/
  32. Replies
    28
    Views
    2,730

    Refacing tool for flare fittings.

    Refacing tool for flare fittings.
  33. Looks like the consensus is for leaving them in...

    Looks like the consensus is for leaving them in the truck, which is what I will continue to do. :putergreet:
  34. Cold Weather Care of Meters, Digi Manifolds & Electrical Gear

    Do you guys bring your tools in at night in this cold weather?

    I'll admit I've been leaving them in the truck and haven't had issues :couchhide:
  35. Thread: wine cellar

    by CoolWine
    Replies
    43
    Views
    3,257

    Not that it matters now but it strikes me as bad...

    Not that it matters now but it strikes me as bad practice to leave a system in a vacuum, especially a system that runs POE.

    Explain to me how a CCH would overload a circuit and a light bulb...
  36. Thread: wine cellar

    by CoolWine
    Replies
    43
    Views
    3,257

    single pain? frameless? Hope that evap isn't...

    single pain? frameless? Hope that evap isn't blowing on that glass. What would typical RH be in the summer in that dining room.
  37. Thread: wine cellar

    by CoolWine
    Replies
    43
    Views
    3,257

    Are they covering the evaporator with a...

    Are they covering the evaporator with a restrictive grill?
    Airflow issues?
  38. Thread: wine cellar

    by CoolWine
    Replies
    43
    Views
    3,257

    I'd start by evacuation and pull down to 500 and...

    I'd start by evacuation and pull down to 500 and confirm you have a tight system. Could a leak have caused that evap freezup?

    Weigh in 3#. Block CU to achieve 170, then clear SG if needed.

    Get...
  39. Thread: wine cellar

    by CoolWine
    Replies
    43
    Views
    3,257

    Making the evaporator inaccessible is a mistake...

    Making the evaporator inaccessible is a mistake as over time as it will need access for cleaning and servicing. No way around dialing in SH as well. If the system wasn't fully commissioned I would...
  40. Replies
    11
    Views
    822

    We use and like the HW 6000 FP with wifi. Good...

    We use and like the HW 6000 FP with wifi. Good GUI. Good Value. Good App. It uses the location to give you ODT.

    I'm also a fan of the BayWeb stats but these are hardwired to the router. Much less...
  41. Thread: wine cellar

    by CoolWine
    Replies
    43
    Views
    3,257

    Is the room down to temp?

    Is the room down to temp?
  42. Replies
    43
    Views
    3,504

    I'm a fan of it. We've been using them for a few...

    I'm a fan of it. We've been using them for a few years now. Much more flexible. Haven't had any callbacks.
  43. Replies
    13
    Views
    1,092

    An oppositional view. I'm a fan of the...

    An oppositional view.

    I'm a fan of the 16E09-101 and would preferred components.
    I haven't had good luck with the little black box controllers like carel & dixell. Most common failure is relays...
  44. Replies
    13
    Views
    1,092

    One DIY opinion.

    One DIY opinion.
  45. Sounds fun. What kind of pressure controls,...

    Sounds fun. What kind of pressure controls, safeties, etc?

    Who is the manufacturer?

    How big is the tank?
  46. Replies
    2
    Views
    529

    For true redundancy keep the controls totally...

    For true redundancy keep the controls totally separate. Change setpoints quarterly or whenever, easy enough to add hour meters and alarm.
  47. Replies
    34
    Views
    2,859

    I really like these...

    I really like these http://www.emersonclimate.com/Documents/White-Rodgers/sell_sheets/wr_4975_16E09_101_ETempCntrl.pdf
  48. Replies
    56
    Views
    3,349

    How about using a LARGE filter drier as your...

    How about using a LARGE filter drier as your receiver?

    Does that condensing unit have enough starting torque for a TXV?
  49. Replies
    44
    Views
    7,308

    I like my 902 but just became aware of a...

    I like my 902 but just became aware of a shortcoming.

    Max ohm is 9999.

    I was just trying to check a NTC thermistor and it didn't work :(
  50. Replies
    15
    Views
    1,240

    I can't see a need for setting RH higher or lower...

    I can't see a need for setting RH higher or lower than your limits for human storage. Providing the ability to set it high opens you to risk from moisture damage.



    NO/NC doesn't matter a relay...
Results 1 to 50 of 591
Page 1 of 12 1 2 3 4

Related Forums

Plumbing Talks | Contractor MagazineThe place where Electrical professionals meet.
Comfortech365 Virtual Event