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  1. Nice video! That should definitely help out. ...

    Nice video! That should definitely help out. I'm not involved with TAB work myself, but that'll get you excited about jumping in! Thanx.
  2. I see. residential does seem a little light in...

    I see. residential does seem a little light in regards to an Alnor...in a smaller residential application, hand helds will suffice. as long as you have the ability to correct/adjust cfm via...
  3. oh, ok. if that's the direction you want to go...

    oh, ok. if that's the direction you want to go in, then you may very well want to invest that way...keep in mind, the cleaner the application, such as new installs, is the appropriate environment...
  4. I don't think a hot wire is altogether...

    I don't think a hot wire is altogether necessary...as mentioned earlier, a pocket style anemometer should suit you fine. a hot wire is great in clean air applications, if you are going to use it for...
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    i think the pressures are off!

    got a call for a fire house in houston. ac not cooling as it should. went out to check. shot infrared on diffusers. sure enough, warm discharge temps. went outside to condenser. threw some...
  6. I'm not sure what kind of controller you have...

    I'm not sure what kind of controller you have onsite. If it has anything to do with a BMS, you may want the administrator to allow you access to global commander. This way, you personally can...
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