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    Possibly a termination wired in there some were???

    Possibly a termination wired in there some were???
  2. Thread: E2 - P.i.d.

    by brimo
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    E2 - P.i.d.

    What are you guys using for starting points with PID for suction/EEPR&cond. control? Most defaults I've seen have been 1.

    Thanks
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    Thanks mccool!

    Thanks mccool!
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    Irlds 1 Flow Rate

    Anybody know the flow rate for the pump on a IRLDS 1??? And the tool that can be used to measure the flow rate?

    Thanks
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    You said 2 hots, 1 neutral and a ground...the 2...

    You said 2 hots, 1 neutral and a ground...the 2 hots maybe 240v for the compressor and if you run a dedicated neutral you can grab one hot and get 120v...maybe for a fan....that's proably why your...
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    Vac pump is used just for adding the oil not...

    Vac pump is used just for adding the oil not removing....
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    Hook up your vac pump to the crank or discharge...

    Hook up your vac pump to the crank or discharge service valve - hook another hose from say your suction service valve to a jug of oil...and turn on your pump...it will suck in the oil - just make...
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    Hook up your vac pump to the crank - hook another...

    Hook up your vac pump to the crank - hook another hose into a jug of oil and turn on your pump - it'll suck it in - just make sure you vac pump connection is higher than you oil coming in.
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    I'm still learning all the variables involved -...

    I'm still learning all the variables involved - I've got lots to learn in refrigeration yet!

    Thanks for the help - have a good long weekend
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    It's a loop Bryan L - this is Brian z...I asked...

    It's a loop Bryan L - this is Brian z...I asked you about this one already, I just wanted to see what others thought too. It's a rack - we're doing a reno. Part of the idea is to get extra capacity...
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    I'm looking for thoughts on using suction stop...

    I'm looking for thoughts on using suction stop solenoids for temp control on produce, bakery and meat cases in a grocery store. EPR on the rack

    I'm finding that when the temp in met and the...
  12. Thread: temp sensor

    by brimo
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    why in walk in boxs do I always see temp sensors...

    why in walk in boxs do I always see temp sensors in the return air yet in cases out on the sales floor...example glass doors they put the temp sensor in the discharge air.

    Just looking for some...
  13. the paper work I have in front of me shows R-404A...

    the paper work I have in front of me shows R-404A as an HCFC

    doesn't matter though
  14. R-125,134,143 are all HFC's as well as 507 yet...

    R-125,134,143 are all HFC's as well as 507 yet 404A is a HCFC not sure where it's getting the chloro from - something they must be hidding.
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    I think you said it was 53 % humidity - that can...

    I think you said it was 53 % humidity - that can play a big role. Before you can cool the air you need to take the moiture out of the air...speculation...2.5 is a little small - I installed in my...
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    Does anybody have a direct link to Copeland...

    Does anybody have a direct link to Copeland compressor curve charts on the web...I'm trying to search there web site and it's asking me to login.....user name and password, I'm wondering if I'm on...
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    and......remember too that most your heat is...

    and......remember too that most your heat is absorbed during the latent change not the sensible change of the refrigerant. That's why people try to invent things like the thermal electric expansion...
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    In regards to the blowing off of vapor..... ...

    In regards to the blowing off of vapor.....

    Just wanted to clear up the fraction comments...507 is fine, it's an Azeotropic, no glide - 404...zeotropic and it's got the glide, the 4's are the...
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