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    Seriously, the engineer who designed this should...

    Seriously, the engineer who designed this should have his keyboard placed in a small, cramped box on the floor. That way they could experience the joy of zero working space while being stepped on.
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    They must have figured that the arrow in the...

    They must have figured that the arrow in the yellow "Energy Guide" sticker stood for 'this side up!'
  3. Thread: Stubby gauge's

    by BigDanB
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    It's a 1/4" QC (quick connect) X 1/8" FPT

    It's a 1/4" QC (quick connect) X 1/8" FPT
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    I don't have the original. I'll give them a call...

    I don't have the original. I'll give them a call though and see if they happen to have the info on it. Thanks
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    Looking for info on a Craig reach in

    Wondering in anyone has an documentation on a 20 year old or so Craig Mfg reach in cooler. Mod# hb-6-23-sc. Specifically looking for the cap tube specs. It has been changed previously on this unit...
  6. Thread: pocket magnet

    by BigDanB
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    Snap On makes them. ...

    Snap On makes them. ...
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    Just checked the online pricing and Grainger...

    Just checked the online pricing and Grainger wants $1,365.00 H10PM without an account discount :censored::Faint:
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    For the same exact item, just with the Bacharach...

    For the same exact item, just with the Bacharach name on it, I paid $540.23 April 25th of last year. At the time Grainger didn't stock the Johnson Controls or Yokogawa (all the same exact thing,...
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    I special ordered mine from Grainger a while back...

    I special ordered mine from Grainger a while back before they stocked them and I paid a hell of a lot less than $1100. I think it was around $550.
  10. My thoughts exactly. The guy who swaps them out...

    My thoughts exactly. The guy who swaps them out is supposed to be here later today, I'm gonna have him yank them out.
  11. My thought as well. Also, how could a mineral...

    My thought as well. Also, how could a mineral possibly absorb heat so that the refrigerator does not rise in temp? If it were true, could I just load a couple drums of this stuff into the cooler and...
  12. My BS meter is pegging pretty hard, particularly...

    My BS meter is pegging pretty hard, particularly with this statement from their website

    "Saves Energy & Extends Equipment Life

    When warm air enters the cooler, heat and water vapor are swiftly...
  13. The hardware looks the same, I wouldn't be...

    The hardware looks the same, I wouldn't be surprised if it is the same company under a different name.
  14. http://coolerking.com

    http://coolerking.com
  15. Any experience with CoolerKing aka PolarFresh?

    Does anyone have experience with the CoolerKing aka PolarFresh humidity absorbing packets from Humidity Control Systems? They have been installed for quite some time in a few of the walk in coolers...
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    http://en-us.fluke.com/products/all-accessories/fl...

    http://en-us.fluke.com/products/all-accessories/fluke-80pk-ext.html#fbid=pYuxAQBBtIp

    9' type K extention.
  17. Thanks much. Now can I get a refund on the $29.95...

    Thanks much. Now can I get a refund on the $29.95 I just sent to Twilli?
  18. Changed email and can't access PRO forums any longer

    I changed my email address in my profile and have been locked out of the PRO forums. If someone could fix this for me I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks, Dan
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    Charge XTI if you can find one. I find that the...

    Charge XTI if you can find one. I find that the hook on the back of the sheepsfoot blade is great for cutting zip ties.
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    Normally I change out all start components with...

    Normally I change out all start components with new compressors or motors going in. Especially the high dollar equipment. Just not worth the risk of a $ part taking out a $ compressor.
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    I picked up the Testo 320 about a year ago and...

    I picked up the Testo 320 about a year ago and haven't had a single problem with it. Wish they had been offering the Veto deal then since it would have killed two birds with one stone but can't win...
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    Every time. I Only have a few buildings I oversee...

    Every time. I Only have a few buildings I oversee but I always use a CA.
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    I believe they are referring to this...

    I believe they are referring to this
    http://www.raptortool.com/Specs/RAP16012%20spec.pdf

    Although I'm guessing any multi bit screwdriver will do. I like the Klein 11 n 1 personally.
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    Yep, small Knipex Cobra pliers have always worked...

    Yep, small Knipex Cobra pliers have always worked great for me
  25. Thread: Angle Driver

    by BigDanB
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    This is what I use as well and I love it. Had it...

    This is what I use as well and I love it. Had it for a couple years now without any problems.
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