Type: Posts; User: mixsit
I wish he would come back. I'm curious what it's about. Googled' briefly but..
Ah yes that common simple way to pass on 'zone of greatest demand.
..Or the most out'a whack t-stat in the joint :whistle:
2nd worst only to 'return air H/D reset :grin2:
Could be a blown main somewhere. Anything's possible so far.
What did you mean to say here 'No air balance report up to customer. '
Ok, two threads?, different info spread between, maybe let's consolidate?
'Elec reheat.. Does that = old'?
I've seen over sized boxes and branches that for the desired air flow led to low velocities through the heaters (and operating on the low end of the pressure sw....
It's a 1983 natural draft three-burner, with the discontinued Honeywell temperature bulb V5155A modulating valves, barely getting through a heat season without loss of full fire from the burners...
There's no such thing as 'zero degrees s/h
:whistle: Yes sure we know what it means. But exactly 'zero, and massiive flood back are both 'zero'. Now toss in a bit of error/drift/condition shift..
Not being in low temp', this'll be a watch and learn for me. :cheers:
I would think in any system you'd want to see 'worst case (.. lowest s/h). I've seen (high temp) were tech says 'it's normal'...
So, that was sort of a 'through'em a curve trick question to see where they'd go with it?
Does that mean the refer circuits are starting off dirty' from the factory?
Well.. except in this case you would only be pressurizing at 14.7, just from the outside in'.
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How about the other direction-
Stopped on an in-town two lanes each way wanting for it to clear to make a left. Lady in the inside on coming lane stops smiling waving me on.
Well gee isn't that...
I think.. (yeah pretty sure :whistle:) what the OP wanted to have less capacaity- like in the title? :grin2:
So yeah 'temped' as in not as cold true, but wrong context.
And as for vari speed, I...
Actually the point was to have the reduction most of the time when it's not all needed. Thus the previous post..
I thought about how nice it would be to retro fit a vari-speed system to the compressor. Previously I presumed having to run room inputs, controllers etc. After seeing your vid, and seeing it control...
Thank you all for the ideas. Wouldn't want to do a permanent reduction, and I'd be way more inclined to speeding the compressor down if the money was there.
(beins' brought up' energy reduction...
After I posted it did occur I had forgotten the flaw of icing up with my simple 'starve the coil method.
I was wondering about down a dirty (alright not dirty, 'cheap) ways to reduce the cooling cap of a 5ton split heat pump.
Vari-speed (not really cheap
An unloading compressor ( ditto
Thank you sir!
With respect - right from the first post my question (was going to be) was it trying to pump down-? Even with poor valves or what have you there would be change in the conditions.
Anyhoo.. You can...
Ok now a step further - How much in the total cooling effect percent wise does a 75' vs 105 degree liquid represent? (I don't know, seems like it might be fairly small.
That's basically the crux of it.. nailed. :grin2:
Well, yeah. Ok, maybe it's a odd way to put it. But just look at it like there's going to be thermal differences; Say two systems, one's going to have lower heat load if it has a 70 degree liquid...
.. and it just represents the heat we might have like liked to have lost, remaining due to the limitation of ambient conditions- back into the evaporator (i.e.. the room.
How does that go? The...