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  1. Thread: Micron Gauge???

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    They are now Imperial/Thermal. Quite pricey but...

    They are now Imperial/Thermal. Quite pricey but great.
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    Kitchen Exhaust Fan

    7,200Cfm exhaust fan with 15x40 welded duct. Restaurant in Somerville, NJ. Doing all HVAC and cooler and refrig. work.Below is Make Up Air unit. Heated and 15 ton of tempered air. Will post pics of...
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    Superheat tells the story about frozen...

    Superheat tells the story about frozen accumulators and partial ice on compressors. Not uncommon. What is the Dew point?
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    It is happy cuz it is purring. :)

    It is happy cuz it is purring. :)
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    Does she have a single sister??

    Does she have a single sister??
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    It all depends on the occupancy of the building....

    It all depends on the occupancy of the building. We see new small stores wired in romex all the time. Larger occupancy MC.
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    Just did a Back Bar unit. Cap tube and drier....

    Just did a Back Bar unit. Cap tube and drier. Changed oil in compressor. Just great when the white compressor label is dark brown.
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    Call the gas company and report strong gas smell....

    Call the gas company and report strong gas smell. They will be there in a jiffy and will shut off the gas supply when they see that. No turning that back on.
  9. Thread: R 12 WANTED

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    r-12 is about 5 times the cost of the blends...

    r-12 is about 5 times the cost of the blends around here.
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    Is it a fin type and just gravity?? If so, in a...

    Is it a fin type and just gravity?? If so, in a pinch I have used baseboard fin tube. Flush em out with Lacquer thinner then refrigerant flush and away ya go. Sun-temp makes some 1/2" tube.
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    Same here, does take time and patience. We used...

    Same here, does take time and patience. We used to go for within 6" of the compressor. Any closer and it was overcharged. Does take some experience, but never failed me...(Yet). LOL
  12. Thread: We're busy

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    Looks good. Is it ok with code officials to not...

    Looks good. Is it ok with code officials to not use primer on the PVC?? Wish we could get away with that. We have used the "Non-Purple" primer, but is always a hassle with the inspectors.
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    Perverts!! :) LOL

    Perverts!! :) LOL
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    Hey Bob, ya dun good!

    Hey Bob, ya dun good!
  15. And a FPE (Burn-O-Matic) panel to boot.....:)

    And a FPE (Burn-O-Matic) panel to boot.....:)
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    Does it have a suction line accumulator on it and...

    Does it have a suction line accumulator on it and it should have a CPR to keep that suction down especially after defrost. I have seen those compressors stall due to high suction. And of course the...
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    I have had the "Rems" bender for well over 10...

    I have had the "Rems" bender for well over 10 years. Perfect bend every time. Never kinked. More money but well worth it. I donated a yellow jacket to the Vo-Tech school.
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    Did you check the inlet screen on the...

    Did you check the inlet screen on the valve?:whistle:
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    Check Harris alloy page and you will be surprised...

    Check Harris alloy page and you will be surprised at the tensil strength of Staybrite 8 compared to staysilv 15
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    X2

    X2
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    United Refrigeration. You can calibrate them,...

    United Refrigeration. You can calibrate them, just have to figure it out. We do it all the time.
  22. 35-40 sh at evap means it is starved. Solenoid...

    35-40 sh at evap means it is starved. Solenoid installed proper flow direction? TD across LL drier??
    Check if x valve is opening and closing with temp change on remote bulb?? Correct X valve? And...
  23. What moron came up with that bright idea????

    What moron came up with that bright idea????
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    X2. You can have 0 superheat but not negative...

    X2. You can have 0 superheat but not negative superheat.
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    LOL. Got it.:whistle:

    LOL. Got it.:whistle:
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    In the first place you do not "Read" superheat....

    In the first place you do not "Read" superheat. You read temp, pressures, (SST) and then calculate the superheat. You cannot have "Negative superheat". CDave would have a field day with this. ...
  27. Thread: Fluke 902

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    The 325 does not have a micro amps option.

    The 325 does not have a micro amps option.
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    I am trying to figure out how a failed X valve...

    I am trying to figure out how a failed X valve can cause the ID and OD coils to leak??????
  29. Thread: Tube benders???

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    I have used the Yellow Jacket. Not much good to...

    I have used the Yellow Jacket. Not much good to say about 7/8 tubing. I have a REMS. Perfect bend first time, perfect bend every time. Had it about 10 years. Costs more, but does it right.
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    Those are "Weapons".

    Those are "Weapons".
  31. Autozone!

    Autozone!
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    Do not think this applies to fan blades. Shaft...

    Do not think this applies to fan blades. Shaft can go in either end. Using the hub as a reference for rotation will not work either. Hub and be on either side, depending on the manufacturer. I like...
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    Dumb, but trap is code here no matter if it is...

    Dumb, but trap is code here no matter if it is negative or positive side of ariflow.
  34. Thread: Relay in a Box

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    I cut mine on Weathertrons a long time ago. :)

    I cut mine on Weathertrons a long time ago. :)
  35. Let him have the Chinese Restaurants Terry it...

    Let him have the Chinese Restaurants Terry it will be a better learning experience then school !

    Light buld Wattage ?


    3.4 Btus per watt.
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    Now that is being creative. Adapt and overcome.

    Now that is being creative. Adapt and overcome.
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    We (I) do kitchen refrigeration and exhaust...

    We (I) do kitchen refrigeration and exhaust hoods. Biggest one we installed was 30' with 9000 cfm ex and 7200 mua. Am in process of installing a 20 and 8 ft hood in a new restaurant. 7200 ex. Mua...
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    I have a Fluke 902 and always have an analog...

    I have a Fluke 902 and always have an analog backup.
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    Very nice, clean work. What is that Dewalt thingy...

    Very nice, clean work. What is that Dewalt thingy in the second pic, generator, radio??
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    First order of the day would be to know how many...

    First order of the day would be to know how many btu's are required. How much insulation, vapor barrier, is it out in the blazing sun, and design conditions??? 5,000 may be ok, but then again maybe...
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    Probably the best info you can get right now is...

    Probably the best info you can get right now is to spend a few bux and get someone over there that knows REFRIGERATION. Have them check out the install and charge it. Apparently you are in over your...
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    X2 Exactly:)

    X2 Exactly:)
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    Somewhat of a waste of time checking subcooling...

    Somewhat of a waste of time checking subcooling with a receiver in place, don't you think?
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    We make our own curb adaptors. Usuall about...

    We make our own curb adaptors. Usuall about $1,000.00 to buy em.
  45. Thread: New 92%er

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    Gas flex going through cabinet,,,,,that is a big...

    Gas flex going through cabinet,,,,,that is a big no no.
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    Most do not. I install one on every new install....

    Most do not. I install one on every new install. The last thing I need are compressors cycling on the internal overload and cooking the POE. Doubtful that this site will see it's demise due to a few...
  47. Thread: Recent install

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    Inside of "B" vent is aluminum.

    Inside of "B" vent is aluminum.
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    If you knew the NEC, you would know that the...

    If you knew the NEC, you would know that the raceway must be secured within 12 inches of the disconnect
  49. Thread: Magnafish

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    I use fishsticks with no problem.

    I use fishsticks with no problem.
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    My error thought I was reading the freezer thread.

    My error thought I was reading the freezer thread.
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