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    If you used individual hyper heat units and sized...

    If you used individual hyper heat units and sized each room to the proper load you would be good all the way down to 5*. Also if one unit had a problem the rest of the house would still have heat.
  2. You could double check cfm against blinking light...

    You could double check cfm against blinking light with the temp. Rise method and see how close they are.
  3. ECM's will move the air they are programmed to...

    ECM's will move the air they are programmed to move under all conditions. Not to say that is always a good thing. I would think in your example ( elevation correction ) that it would seem like lower...
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    Isolating the water system from the heater.....I...

    Isolating the water system from the heater.....I put S.O. and union on every water heater I install. To who ever changes a water heater I put in your welcome.
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    Yes.... The first 4" side would have a miter ...

    Yes.... The first 4" side would have a miter that starts from the bottom corner up to your .2 mark and looks like this /. Then on the other 4" side you mark the .2" on the bottom corner and miter...
  6. Thread: Why ?

    by perfectionist
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    That's probably all the picture shows in the...

    That's probably all the picture shows in the manual.... You would have to read it and it would say connect to a drain.
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    Like the sizing chart...... Do you have one like...

    Like the sizing chart...... Do you have one like that for duct work too?
  8. Try this mylinkdrive.com. It's Mitsubishi's web...

    Try this mylinkdrive.com. It's Mitsubishi's web site.... A lot of good reading there.
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    Your welcome...... Remember practice, practice....

    Your welcome...... Remember practice, practice. You will have it down in no time.
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    It's amazing how many things can be wrong or a...

    It's amazing how many things can be wrong or a lot less than ideal and they will still run. When you test and measure you will see what I mean. Then when the problems are resolved you will see a...
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    Just make an allowance for the drives and bend...

    Just make an allowance for the drives and bend them on the mitered side.
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    Define runs well. Are you measuring air flow? Or...

    Define runs well. Are you measuring air flow? Or at least static press. Or are you saying it runs well based on your gut feel and opinion? The only way you will know how well it runs is to measure...
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    Once you take the .2" off you will see each end...

    Once you take the .2" off you will see each end has a miter. Now raise one end up 3" and you will see that both ends are straight again. Does that make sense? You are putting an angle on each end,...
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    Ok you want to offset 3" on a 8x4 duct. ...

    Ok you want to offset 3" on a 8x4 duct.
    Offset=3" x Width= 4" (assuming you are offsetting vertical from your example and the duct is 8" wide and 4" tall) / 60" (made up length for example, but use...
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    What kind of offsets are you trying to make? If...

    What kind of offsets are you trying to make? If you are making a field miter then it is Offset x Width / Length or OWL. Round offsets have a different formula.
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    I just purchased the FLIR C2 and am very...

    I just purchased the FLIR C2 and am very impressed with this entry level camera. I paid $700 for it and it comes with free software that I can down load the pics to and look at every pixel temp. I...
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    Volume is one thing but I also wonder if the...

    Volume is one thing but I also wonder if the system is short cycling because the books are a huge desiccant taking away most if the latent load. You could measure wb & db and figure out the rh in the...
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    I put all my returns at the top, paint the inside...

    I put all my returns at the top, paint the inside black and I use large grills (30x10) is a common size. I am in a heating climate, with ECM and constant fan options on the boards I figure that in...
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    anyone installed many of the hyper heats...

    anyone installed many of the hyper heats yet?[/QUOTE]

    Yes, but not the new multi head hyper heat units. Unfortunately the air handler can not be installed alone. I see many applications where the...
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    [QUOTE=Carbent;20240591] I don't think that...

    I don't think that is flex, it looks like metal wrapped with fiberglass insulation.
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    The ductulator is based on friction loss/100' of...

    The ductulator is based on friction loss/100' of duct. You must use equivalent length to figure out how many 100's of feet you are working with. The #'s used to find cfm& fpm is friction loss not...
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    Nice catch!

    Nice catch!
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    Just being on this site puts you above average ...

    Just being on this site puts you above average but ya never know.
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    I hope you are joking about using oxygen as a...

    I hope you are joking about using oxygen as a purge gas. You do know what happens when oxygen and oil mix right?
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    Magic PAC is a self contained HVAC sys they use...

    Magic PAC is a self contained HVAC sys they use around here for apartment buildings. It can come as a heat pump or gas and is made to be installed in a equipment closet. May be worth looking...
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    There is no where else in the duct system that...

    There is no where else in the duct system that you can put the coil? I can't see your pics from my phone but if it is gas furnace coil would have to be in supply not neccessarly on top of the furnace.
  27. Jtrammel- looks like you are going to get a 100%....

    Jtrammel- looks like you are going to get a 100%. Ty32 needs to do some more reading lol
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    I have had the same problem with the VCRT on...

    I have had the same problem with the VCRT on rheem units.What I did was unscrewed the service valves from the cabinet and carefully lift them up and out so I can get my VCRT on the schrader
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    Wow that's a lot of air! How did you find...

    Wow that's a lot of air! How did you find negative heat run besides it being a cold room?
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    The scoops I've seen have been on round w/ stick...

    The scoops I've seen have been on round w/ stick on flange. The scoop is probably to make up for bad practice. Taking any branch off perpendicular to the main with out a transition creates eddy...
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    Zone it w/ 3 hyper heat units. Even as cold as...

    Zone it w/ 3 hyper heat units. Even as cold as it's been here in NY they have woeked great for my customers.
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    I would think that if you design according to...

    I would think that if you design according to equivalent feet for your fittings then it probably won't make that much difference.
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    Maybe they thought the engineered drawing were...

    Maybe they thought the engineered drawing were more of a suggestion.[/QUOTE]

    Or maybe they were using the wrong scale ha ha.
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    Testo 327, I like it but it's the only one I've...

    Testo 327, I like it but it's the only one I've used.
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    I pull a vac then check the rise. Usually on a...

    I pull a vac then check the rise. Usually on a new system I will not let it go above 200 microns. When I'm satisfied I will valve off my micron port and open the service valves. Then I reinstall the...
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    It was in the negative numbers last year for a...

    It was in the negative numbers last year for a week or so and my glue didn't freeze. So I would say your good down to -15* or so for an extended period. It has kept me from buying a lot of glue over...
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    It wasn't one of those places that have "special...

    It wasn't one of those places that have "special sauce" was it? :whistle:
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    I use my long angled needle nose to scratch my...

    I use my long angled needle nose to scratch my ass with sometimes, i know they were not made for that! I also use 16GA ceiling wire to spot holes (it will drill through anything). I will cut an...
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    Just a thought..... I have never tried this...

    Just a thought..... I have never tried this myself but Trane makes a 2 stg A/C with 2 compressors. Each could be piped to a different air handler. I'm sure you would have to seperate some factory...
  40. Thread: owl help

    by perfectionist
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    Miter both joints of duct. You would be mitering...

    Miter both joints of duct. You would be mitering the offset on all three connections.
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    What is your incoming gas press? Does it...

    What is your incoming gas press? Does it fluctuate when every other appliance is turned on at the same time? Are there any seconday step down regulators?I did have a issuse once with the gas being...
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    The carpenter on this job was awesome! He...

    The carpenter on this job was awesome! He actually shaped and fitted each log on site with great precision. I was very impressed with the workmanship. He did a great job calking all the log seams...
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    the condensate drain should be trapped with an...

    the condensate drain should be trapped with an air gap to prevent sewer gas/smells to enter the home air spaces.[/QUOTE]

    All of the drains are 3/4" cpvc that run to a common 1 1/2" drain that runs...
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    I don't care

    I don't care
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    Nice looking install and the vapor barrier puts...

    Nice looking install and the vapor barrier puts it over the top!
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    Thanks to all that replied.

    Thanks to all that replied.
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    Yes there is also a propane gas "wood"stove for...

    Yes there is also a propane gas "wood"stove for back-up but the hyper heats will be the work horse.
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    Yea that was kind of a comprise. The customer...

    Yea that was kind of a comprise. The customer wanted it hidden as much as possible. I will have to look and see if there is a way to have the vanes set to an angle or horizontal. Thanks for the...
  49. X2 it's the condensation issue

    X2 it's the condensation issue
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    Log Cabin Hyper Heat

    This is a new log cabin that I was asked to come up with a heating solution for. Any gas furnace would have been too big and the duct work would either had to have been exposed or installed in a wet...
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