Search:

Type: Posts; User: coolclassics

Search: Search took 0.00 seconds.

  1. The only accurate way to determine when it would...

    The only accurate way to determine when it would be more efficient to run strip heat vs the heat pump would be to determine the balance point of your house. AKA: at what temp your heat loss outweighs...
  2. Replies
    14
    Views
    1,494

    Cooling only: 9CQ or 12CQ Heat Pump : 9RQ or...

    Cooling only: 9CQ or 12CQ

    Heat Pump : 9RQ or 12RQ

    These are all R-410a 115v rotary (non-inverter).
  3. Replies
    4
    Views
    606

    Grasshopper... That's some reeeeeal...

    Grasshopper... That's some reeeeeal specific points you made about them being garbage.....:rolleyes:
  4. Replies
    14
    Views
    1,494

    All the Fujitsu Mini-splits manufactured for...

    All the Fujitsu Mini-splits manufactured for North America today use ROTARY compressors 9k-36kbtu The exception is the 42Kbtu unit (inverter scroll). Most are Panasonic Inverter rotary's, but a...
  5. Replies
    3
    Views
    821

    Thanks for the reply, I agree with using the...

    Thanks for the reply, I agree with using the right R-12 compresor, This is just a very strange, strange situation.

    Back in the day, When a Copeland Semi had muliple applications (R-22 m/t, R-12...
  6. Replies
    3
    Views
    821

    Stupid Question (but I gotta ask)

    I, for the life of me can't remember which way won't work. R-12 in an R-22 compressor, Or R-22 in an R-12 compressor?. All metering devices aside, I'm just wondering about the motor being...
  7. Replies
    5
    Views
    1,393

    X2 On the Fujitsu

    X2 On the Fujitsu
  8. Replies
    12
    Views
    1,835

    I have used R414b "hot shot" for 4 years in...

    I have used R414b "hot shot" for 4 years in systems ranging from 1/20hp to 2hp R134a and R12. In applications like freezers, ice machines, walk-ins, preps, and vechicle A/C. With no problems to date.
  9. Replies
    6
    Views
    1,576

    Obviously in high quantity any refrigerant will...

    Obviously in high quantity any refrigerant will be harmful, but with 410a all it takes for me is something as small as line loss. I'm curious if it has anything to do with the R32 content in it.
  10. Replies
    3
    Views
    2,983

    I have a Jordon upright freezer from 1948 that...

    I have a Jordon upright freezer from 1948 that uses a 1/4hp R22 condensing unit and a captube system.

    Most manufacturers stopped using open drive systems on domestic in 1935.
  11. Replies
    13
    Views
    5,818

    There is a customer of mine that has had this...

    There is a customer of mine that has had this exact problem. Just out of curiosity what size is your electric back up heat?.

    Gord
  12. Replies
    13
    Views
    5,818

    I am a York dealer, there a revision for The 410a...

    I am a York dealer, there a revision for The 410a Affinity Units. For whatever reason someone at the factory wired some unit's high and low pressure switches backwards. In cold weather when the unit...
  13. Replies
    6
    Views
    1,576

    Has anyone out there experienced any sickness...

    Has anyone out there experienced any sickness after exposure to R410a?. I'm not whinning, just curious if anyone else has had a reaction to it. I find after any amount of exposure to it, I get sick...
  14. Replies
    22
    Views
    4,448

    You can bet on the fact that it will have R12 in...

    You can bet on the fact that it will have R12 in it. GE stopped using S02 in 1941. The unit should be marked with the refrigerant type, usually on a tag attached to the compessor or on the cabnet. ...
  15. Replies
    12
    Views
    4,650

    Is this just a gas/electric setup or is it a...

    Is this just a gas/electric setup or is it a heatpump.

    If it is a heatpump application with a gas backup, the refrigerant coils can be placed with no problem in the supply air as long as the...
  16. Replies
    28
    Views
    3,864

    Dave Lennox must be rolling over (and laughing)...

    Dave Lennox must be rolling over (and laughing) in his grave.
  17. Replies
    22
    Views
    4,448

    I know it was a long time ago but I was wondering...

    I know it was a long time ago but I was wondering how you made out with the evacuation and conversion. I've done a few of them. Gord
  18. Replies
    28
    Views
    3,864

    This compressor is rated as a; High temp R-134a,...

    This compressor is rated as a; High temp R-134a, A Medium temp R-22, A Extended medium R-404 / R-507.

    What's this about no less than 200 microns????

    Oil doesn't boil in any micron range.
  19. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,050

    Yes Sulphur Dioxide and Methyl Chloride were the...

    Yes Sulphur Dioxide and Methyl Chloride were the main refrigerants prior to 1935, but there were several others such as Methyl Formate which oddly enough ran in a vacuum on both high and low sides.
    ...
  20. Replies
    16
    Views
    1,671

    I should have stated that any sealant is a last...

    I should have stated that any sealant is a last resort as there should not be any leakage on properly installed gaskets.
  21. Replies
    19
    Views
    2,301

    A handy link is http://www.rsl.ca click on the...

    A handy link is http://www.rsl.ca

    click on the product link icon on the left of the screen
    and there are about 80+ industry links.
  22. Replies
    16
    Views
    1,671

    Never ever use leak lock on a gasket, the best...

    Never ever use leak lock on a gasket, the best product out there for gasket sealant is made by Refrigeration Technologies and is called "Nylog".

    It is available in CFC-HCFC and HFC applications...
  23. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,050

    That would be great if you have a pic, The...

    That would be great if you have a pic, The literature that I have only goes up to 1934 and doesn't have any listings for an r12 unit.

    A r12 unit would certainly make it more desirable to work on....
  24. Replies
    20
    Views
    7,561

    Equipment manufactures such as York install...

    Equipment manufactures such as York install filter driers on the discharge line inches from the comp on split h/p's.

    and no they're not mufflers.
  25. Replies
    51
    Views
    5,911

    House cost in Victoria, BC averages $400k cnd. ...

    House cost in Victoria, BC averages $400k cnd. union journeyman wage is roughly 75k cdn per year plus benefits and bonuses.
  26. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,050

    All monitor top units were SO2 or Methal Formate,...

    All monitor top units were SO2 or Methal Formate, Unfortunatly they never made an R12 version.
  27. Replies
    2
    Views
    743

    Fellow Canadian eh. Philco corp made several...

    Fellow Canadian eh.

    Philco corp made several different types of metering device testers throughout the 50's and right up until mid 80's.

    these suitcase looking tools were amazingly accurate and...
  28. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,050

    These are some pics of two projects I'm currently...

    These are some pics of two projects I'm currently working on. One is a 1929 Frigidaire and the other is a 1930 GE Monitor Top.

    I know the pics are too big, but it shows details that some might be...
  29. There is no reason that any virgin refrigerant...

    There is no reason that any virgin refrigerant will break down or "go bad" unless they it is burnt, causing breakdown and a heck of a lung burner. If it sits in the original jug, obviously under...
  30. Replies
    6
    Views
    822

    HI THERE, I'M NEW TO THIS DISCUSSION BOARD, BUT...

    HI THERE, I'M NEW TO THIS DISCUSSION BOARD, BUT IT SEEMS LIKE THERE IS AN ABUNDENCE OF KNOWLEDGE HERE.

    I AM A REFRIGERATION TECH, TURNED REFRIGERATION WHOLESALER.
    I WORK ON ANTIQUE FRIDGES AS A...
Results 1 to 30 of 32
Comfortech Show Promo Image

Related Forums

Plumbing Talks | Contractor Magazine
Forums | Electrical Construction & Maintenance (EC&M) Magazine
Comfortech365 Virtual Event