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  1. Thread: Newbie Engineer

    by LGM
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    Jon, I worked in the field off and on while...

    Jon,

    I worked in the field off and on while pursuing my degree. It has given me a view of both sides of the fence.

    I started with manufacturers out of college and have been there ever since. ...
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    It all depends .................

    on where your interests lie and if you're willing to move if necessary. There's the sales end, service and equipment sales; contractors, wholesalers etc. Manufacturers hire people with service...
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    http://www.thermo.com/com/CDA/Category/CategoryFra...

    http://www.thermo.com/com/CDA/Category/CategoryFrames/1,,20041,00.html

    They're now part of Thermo Scientific.
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    Try this link. I may help a little. ...

    Try this link. I may help a little.

    http://babelfish.altavista.com
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    In condenser design you usually try to design for...

    In condenser design you usually try to design for a 7 to 14 PSI pressure drop.

    Cordog, I think you're thinking about TD.
  6. Thread: New Direction

    by LGM
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    You can contact Donna Smith @ 910-799-0391. ...

    You can contact Donna Smith @ 910-799-0391. There is a three day class starting in May. Donna can give you all the details.

    If you have other information about Georgia, North Carolina or Florida...
  7. Thread: New Direction

    by LGM
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    NC exam

    I took and passed the refrigeration exam many years ago and know the H1, H2 and H3 exams are just as tough. There are people who teach exam preparation. I currently live in Georgia and know of a...
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    I'll be flying into Lyon and working in Trevoux'...

    I'll be flying into Lyon and working in Trevoux' and Anse. I'll be staying in Villefranche. The company I work for has two plants there and may be able to help you with the information you're...
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    Where are you located in France? I'll be over...

    Where are you located in France? I'll be over there for the next two weeks on business.
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    Before too much credit is given to Dan Brown,...

    Before too much credit is given to Dan Brown, remember that the book is listed as FICTION. Also, it's based on books that are in disagreement with the Bible and were written by fringe groups.

    It...
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    James, my wife is in food nutrition and says that...

    James, my wife is in food nutrition and says that that ammoina taste is because the crab is going bad.
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    Just as important as the temperature is the...

    Just as important as the temperature is the relative humidity. You'll need to know what the barrel makers suggest. You also don't want to dry out the cork.
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    What's the deal with all the shows like "Mega...

    What's the deal with all the shows like "Mega Storms" or meteors hitting the earth, flu pandemic, etc., etc., All these dooms day scenarios?
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    There are several so called "gospels" that are...

    There are several so called "gospels" that are believed to have come from the Gnostics, however, they really can't be relied on. Gnostics did not believe that Christ was God incarnate.

    While...
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    There's three things you need to know before...

    There's three things you need to know before living in Atlanta.

    1. The posted speed limit is merely a suggestion.
    2. Once the traffic light turns red only the next two or three cars can go...
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    You're getting out light

    I had one in 2003 that left me with about $4,300 in repairs. Section 8..........can't get blood from a turnip.
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    As far as a degree IN Refrigeration Engineering,...

    As far as a degree IN Refrigeration Engineering, I don't know of one. I have seen degrees (BS) in Mechanical Contracting years ago.

    Tonys, don't know what you mean "topped-up" with physics. ...
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    747ken

    You're correct about the math. However, I started to get my ME degree and was told I had enough physics.

    One thing I've found though is it really hasn't been much of a problem for me. Most...
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    Balerjoe, many times refrigeration engineers...

    Balerjoe, many times refrigeration engineers start out as mechanical engineers. However, that's not always the case. If you decide to pursue that route, you will start out with a better...
  20. Thread: Bumping Up CFMs

    by LGM
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    Be careful that the face velocity across the coil...

    Be careful that the face velocity across the coil does not exceed about 575 FPM. Otherwise, especially in a laundr-o-mat, you'll likely blow water off the coil and into the duct.
  21. Thread: Fishing line

    by LGM
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    Open face reels will solve all your problems.

    Open face reels will solve all your problems.
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    That is.....

    He is one of the few that will have diagrams.
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    It could be...............

    The condensing unit is a 20 hp LT R-502 and the evaporator is electric defrost, 73,000 BTUH at -20. However, call 800-321-1881 and ask for Charles Tice. He is one of the few that wil know.
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    Thankyou for that information.Would you or anyone know the Tech Support number for HE

    Heatcraft 1-800-321-1881

    There are basically three types of distributors.

    1. The type Heatcraft uses where the nozzle is removable.
    2. The type Heatcraft uses where the nozzle is not...
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    It could be................

    a nozzle sizing issue. How long since it was changed to 404A? Several things can cause this. If the nozzle is too large it will tend to "gravity" feed the lower circuits. Also, if you don't have...
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