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  1. Thread: Anemometers

    by nashent1
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    Anemometers

    Does anybody use an anemometer for diagnosis or sytem checks? What kind of things do you look for and what is a good brand. I was thinking about getting one to check velocity at registers to try to...
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    You can get a superheat calculator at...

    You can get a superheat calculator at www.hvaccharts.com
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    I just googled taco zone valve schematic and...

    I just googled taco zone valve schematic and found a bunch of diagrams.
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    I was having issues with mine. I returned it at...

    I was having issues with mine. I returned it at the supply house and they gave me a new one. The new one was doing the same thing. I took it back again and they said it had to be sent in for a...
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    The best place to put one is outside. Then it...

    The best place to put one is outside. Then it won't cool your house in the winter causing you to pay double for the electricity.
  6. I had a no heat call one night. He wasn't going...

    I had a no heat call one night. He wasn't going to pay because he was a renter ( bill it to my landlord ). He said his dad was sick and was " F-ING DYING".
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    Now ask yourself, have I found more leaks in...

    Now ask yourself, have I found more leaks in existing brazed joints or existing flared joints?
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    Not really.

    Not really.
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    I think we can all agree on 2 things. 1. When...

    I think we can all agree on 2 things.

    1. When done correctly, brazing does not contaminate or degrade the system.

    2. A brazed connection is far less likely to leak than a mechanical...
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    Mistsubishi city multi units have to be brazed. ...

    Mistsubishi city multi units have to be brazed. There is hard piping to the branch controllers. Daikin 3 pipe systems are the same way. I have been to Mitsubishi trainging and they said brazing is...
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    I like Panasonic. They used to be sanyo. I like...

    I like Panasonic. They used to be sanyo. I like them because they have been around for as long as I can remember. My second choice would be Daikin and then Mitsubishi. In my experience, Daikin...
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    No, tell me about it.

    No, tell me about it.
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    Testo 552 Micron Gauge

    I have been thinking about buying a testo 552 micron gauge. I havent had much luck with digital micron gauges in the past. Has anyone formed and opinion about them yet? Pros? Cons? Do they work...
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    How many hours did it take?

    How many hours did it take?
  15. Thread: Apogee

    by nashent1
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    Apogee

    My company is completing 4 zones in an unfinished space in a 4 year old building with an existing Apogee system. All of the controllers are installed. We just need to install the stats and run wire...
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    [QUOTE=motojo;5137432]Believe it or not the hot...

    [QUOTE=motojo;5137432]Believe it or not the hot water will freeze faster. Yes i said faster. the hot water is less dense and will therefore freeze faster. QUOTE]


    BS

    I had this discussion with...
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    I work on 2 water heaters at an ice hockey arena....

    I work on 2 water heaters at an ice hockey arena. One of the water heaters is for domestic water and the other is for the Zamboni machine. The rink manager keeps the one for the Zamboni at 160...
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    Update

    After reading all of the comments, I purchased a tubing cutter to try it out myself. I have used it on 2 boiler installs and I think it works awesome! It feels like a durable tool and I like how...
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    Sorry, I posted this in the wrong section. I...

    Sorry, I posted this in the wrong section. I will re post in the tech section.
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    Carrier Weathermaker

    M # 585XA060-GC

    Having trouble with it. On call for heat, the draft inducer does not come on. Clear relay on main board energizes and I can hear a click on the spark module. No 120 to the...
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    Make sure you make it to the auction that is...

    Make sure you make it to the auction that is selling all of their parts and equipment!
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    That is what I am currently working on...

    That is what I am currently working on installing. Right now we are drilling holes through floors and putting up hangers. Running pipe is next. I think I am going to get a tubing cutter now.
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    That ridgid machine is really cool! If I did...

    That ridgid machine is really cool! If I did alot more installs, I would definately think about spenidng the money for one.
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    Nope, no review there. Next time see if there is...

    Nope, no review there. Next time see if there is useful information there and then pimp your website so you dont send anyone on a wild goose chase.
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    Milwaukee tubing cutter

    I have been on the fence about buying one of these. I have a large job coming up with alot of 1 1/8" refrigerant piping and I have thought this would save alot of time. I can also think of some...
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