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    Timebuilder, your absolutely correct. When used...

    Timebuilder, your absolutely correct. When used properly chemical cleaners work wonderfully and can remove more dirt and other debris than water alone. 50% of the time ill run into coils that have to...
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    avoid chemical cleaners as much as possible. They...

    avoid chemical cleaners as much as possible. They damage the coils in the long run, and more often then not they are never fully rinsed off.
  3. well...

    To be honest, regardless of the application (church, office building, etc.) the ability to run free cooling is a bonus. Depending on what part of the country you're in, you may see a dramatic cost...
  4. Thread: RTU

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    More than you ever wanted to know about V-Belts...

    Im just going to throw this out there, but IMHO, if you ask 10 techs about V-Belts (proper sizing, adjustment, tension, etc.) you will most likely get 10 different answers, and in all honesty they...
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    Thanks and sorry for the long post! Mike UA...

    Thanks and sorry for the long post!
    Mike
    UA Local 601
    Milwaukee
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    Joeyd... pardon my ignorance (as I have only been...

    Joeyd... pardon my ignorance (as I have only been a registered user for about a 10 days now) but I don't quite understand your relationship with the BluVac. Do you (with your own two hands) actually...
  7. Will post later today when I get home to the...

    Will post later today when I get home to the laptop. Thanks for your interest and its my pleasure to give back to this awesome site
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    JP, kind of surprised to hear that regarding the...

    JP, kind of surprised to hear that regarding the TE. I admit I also carry around a cheap CPS digital that I use fairly frequently because its so much smaller and easier to carry and it seems reliable...
  9. Sticky: Welcome to the wonderful world of HVAV-R,...

    Welcome to the wonderful world of HVAV-R, drkglass01! If I were you I would go to the local Steamfitter union in your area (or give them a call) and find out when their monthly oreantation meeting...
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    And I if you have any other questions tomato...

    And I if you have any other questions tomato don't hesitate to ask. Above all else, be confident in your answers and you should do fine. Keep me posted!
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    No problem man and good luck!

    No problem man and good luck!
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    Well... I wont lie to you. The interview portion...

    Well... I wont lie to you. The interview portion of the apprenticeship application process will most likely lead to that feeling of having butterflies in your stomach and a bit of anxiety, especially...
  13. Sticky: I got into the trade after going to Marquette...

    I got into the trade after going to Marquette University for electrical engineering and after 3 years of non-stop computer programming using C++ and JavaScript, I was so mentally drained and the...
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    I definitely would say that you should have no...

    I definitely would say that you should have no problems getting 300k miles out of that puppy if it has a diesel engine, and even if it wasnt maintained the greatest 250k miles is still attainable....
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    I'm with jpsmith on this one. Invest in high...

    I'm with jpsmith on this one. Invest in high quality handtools and take care of them and they will take care of you. $600 is not very mucmh money at all, it takes a lifetime in the trade to aquire...
  16. It certainly did!

    Thanks for the help!
  17. I see what your saying Reeferman. That would...

    I see what your saying Reeferman. That would definitely be the most cost effective route. Is there ant particular advantage to having the economy deep vacuum tree?
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    Thermal Engineering is the way to go

    Model 14571 is an analog micron gauge with dual power source, will run off of 2 D batteries or can be plugged into any 110V outlet. These arent the cheapest gauge but it is reliable as all get out.
  19. Just picked up JB Eliminator 4 CFM... Question about isolating.

    So I just purchased a JB Eliminator 4CFM vacuum pump. Now unlike the Platinum series, the pump does not have an isolation valve on the body of the pump. What would you guys suggest as far as putting...
  20. Question Re: Push-Pull method of Refrigerant Recovery

    So I just purchased an Appion G5 Twin (I LOVE THIS MACHINE!) but in reading through the instructions, there is a diagram describing how to accomplish the push-pull method, put something about the...
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    Total agreement

    This site is a wealth of information. For a Refer Apprentice like myself, when I cant get a hold of my trusty Journeymen to help me through sticky situations, I come here and can usually get pointed...
  22. Thanks

    Appreciate the information and I look forward to exploring and learning even more from this site.
  23. Hello all, 4th year Service Fitter here. Few Questions

    Hello all,
    this is a great site, with a wealth of information. I would like to contribute. I have a wonderful book in pdf format with anything and everything one could possibly want to know about...
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