Type: Posts; User: re2ell
Have a 275 gallon oil tank in basement. Used from 1954 thru 1988......you remove, you may have.
selling Jemrack shelving, fits full size Ford...removed from 2007 Chevy 2500 Cargo Express van.
some really good answers @ this thread, hope it helps
If I were in your position, I'd contact the ARI and equip myself with all the publications available that specifies all the specs you are seeking. This approach would be a sure bet you design it...
H-10, awesome piece of equipment!
Robert, without knowing what specific make of heat pump you have, i'd like to keep my response general of all heat pumps.
defrost initiation is usually controlled by cycles per time passage and...
sputter, undergound storage tanks in residential applications are subject to the same condensation problems as are service stations dispensing gasoline. periodically, the underground tanks must have...
I second the motion of calling Lennox! Hey Bob says it right, many service personal are not familiar with the Lennox platform, and many, many mistakes have been made because of that.
[QUOTE]Originally posted by physicsnerd
[B]My new lennox 3 1/2 ton 13 seer a410 heat pump is going on the roof of my 3 story townhouse. The air handler is in the basement. I estimate the run of the...
very late reading this one, but my goodness, the humour hasn't aged one iota!
ntechnic, beenthere says it right. you would have dramatic savings by changing out to 18 SEER or higher. you might want to look into them.
about 7 or less :)
freddie, let's define what super heat is. once we thourouly understand the definition, then we can work with it.
superheat = the number of degrees by which the unsaturated vapor (containing no...
Norm, good seeing ya post!
tr23, myself, prefer to see 15 degree split or maybe a little less. the only time i've experienced 20 degree td, abnormally high head pressure readings were evident.
in the industry, that would qualify as a call back. the one who installed should be able to find the problem and fix.
ultima, you should find all your answers at this website
hkjrmd, your inspector is telling you right. the more separation you can get, the better. the hot air wouldn't be a problem, however the airborne lint particles will kill a condenser.
jir, in my honest opinion, i believe what this all means is that we are literally running out of fossil fuels to generate electricity. i live in central indiana and our power here is produced by...
danglerb, continue being who you are. if i lived in southern CA, i'd be worse than you, i've been there and i know what's going on in the industry in your area.
jir, to effectively use the SEER value for calculating cooling usage, one must know the total number of BTU's transfered for the season. without going into all the math, 15 SEER unit will use 44.6%...
danglerb, the oil is not circulating intentionally, it is a byproduct of compressor design. refrigeration machines (compressors) by design allow a small amount of oil to escape around the...
sorethumbs, i see you've been watching and reading this forum for a few days.
your length should present you no problem, however, be sure the horizontal run pitches in the direction of the...
welhan, yes, it means amps
the LRA is 'locked rotor amps', the amperage draw of the compressor at startup.
the RLA is 'rated load amps' the amperage draw of the compressor when it is working...