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  1. Thread: bacharch insight

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    Hey there, call me, I can run through this with...

    Hey there, call me, I can run through this with you - 412-576-1350.
    Rudy
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    I'd be real curious what 'issues' the Johnstone...

    I'd be real curious what 'issues' the Johnstone guy has had with the Insight, I've been trying to break the one I've had since last July -- it keeps on working (and it was one of the prototypes).
    If...
  3. Thread: Fyrite® INSIGHT

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    Insight

    They are both fine products. There are differences, I favor Bacharach because thats what I am familiar with.
  4. Thread: Fyrite® INSIGHT

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    Insight

    I've been using one since July, dropped it, hammered it with 15,000 ppm co and shipped it around the country in my checked luggage where it undoubtedly got beat up some more....... It keeps on...
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    Hi David, yes, the Insight's CO sensor will only...

    Hi David, yes, the Insight's CO sensor will only go to 2,000ppm. If you want to be able to go higher, you'll need to look at the PCA2 which has two available sensors (4,000 or 20,000ppm).
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    You guys want to get a chuckle, check out the...

    You guys want to get a chuckle, check out the video:

    http://www.bacharach-inc.com/insight.htm

    And just to set the record straight, they did powder my (ever increasing) forehead but I drew the...
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    Pretty confusing thread, if anybody has any...

    Pretty confusing thread, if anybody has any questions about the Bacharach Insight's features, how to use combustion test instruments to grow your business, or pricing give me a call, 412-576-1350....
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    Just so you guys know, there is alot of info on...

    Just so you guys know, there is alot of info on CO and combustion on the Bacharach Training Website - www.bacharach-training.com.

    If any questions come up my contact info is there.
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    Calibration of a Fyrite Pro is around $85 plus...

    Calibration of a Fyrite Pro is around $85 plus shipping and should be done at least once a year.
    I do training for Bacharach but am pretty swamped in the midwest and northeast, probably won't be...
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    That's Bacharach

    Alot of good info at http://www.bacharach-training.com

    Like Mark Twain said "Damn the man that can only spell a word one way".....
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    Well, I ain't gonna be able to provide much help...

    Well, I ain't gonna be able to provide much help then....
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    Just out of curiosity, what were your O2 and...

    Just out of curiosity, what were your O2 and draft readings? May provide some clues as to the high CO readings.
  13. Thread: boiler efficiency

    by Rudy
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    If any of you guys need combustion testing info,...

    If any of you guys need combustion testing info, try http://www.bacharach-training.com .

    If you are using our instruments and have questions go to the tech support section of the website. If...
  14. Thread: Roaches

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    Greenm&m, you need to contact your local child...

    Greenm&m, you need to contact your local child protective service agency and file a report. My wife works for our local agency - the crap she tells me about is outrageous - really pisses me off.
    ...
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    I've heard alot of 'opinions' here, let's talk...

    I've heard alot of 'opinions' here, let's talk 'facts'.

    The Informant II is the ONLY combustible AND refrigerant leak detector on the market.

    It has the 'longest' probe

    Three sets of...
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    Just so you know, it's not a Yokogowa any more,...

    Just so you know, it's not a Yokogowa any more, Bacharach purchased the rights to make the H-10 (even though we made the sensors since day one.)

    You might also look at the Informant II, the only...
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    See if this website helps: ...

    See if this website helps:

    http://www.delta-t.net/flow/pressure.htm
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    Speaking of historic...

    Thought you all might get a kick out of this article published 128 years ago this month. It's on the dangers of unvented gas fired stoves and space heaters. I'm assuming 'carbonic oxid' is CO.
    ...
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    Alot of folks, including myself, have concerns...

    Alot of folks, including myself, have concerns about the UL2034 approved alarms.

    The only two I would trust are the NCI and CO-Experts Low Level Monitors.

    Here's a link to an article that...
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    You might find the info you need at our...

    You might find the info you need at our application website: http://www.bacharach-training.com .
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    I know what ya mean, putting down a good buddy is...

    I know what ya mean, putting down a good buddy is about as hard as it gets. My condolences.
  22. Thread: stack temp

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    Double check the manufacturer’s spec’s, but my...

    Double check the manufacturer’s spec’s, but my guess is the O2 reading is too low and the overfire draft is too high – both of which could contribute to a high stack reading. You should probably be...
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    Hi davidr, thanks, always interested in hearing...

    Hi davidr, thanks, always interested in hearing what you have to say and with the heating season approaching, I'll be real curious what you find particlularly now that you have a bunch of combustion...
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    Hi pjs, give me a call if you have any questions...

    Hi pjs, give me a call if you have any questions or concerns about calibration and maintenance on these instruments. Honestly, I can't imagine you have that kind of costs involved in calibrations. ...
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    I had the opportunity to use one about 15 years...

    I had the opportunity to use one about 15 years ago - it was truely amazing. I found two hot breakers in the box that obviously needed replaced and several areas of the sidewalls where insulation...
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    Check out CO-Experts at http://www.coexperts.com...

    Check out CO-Experts at http://www.coexperts.com . There are some links on the site for distributers.
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    For those wanting 'hard copy' documentation of...

    For those wanting 'hard copy' documentation of the letters from B-Vent manufacturers allowing the drilling of their products - I finally found the files this am and finally remembered how to put them...
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    Good suggestions HTH. I've scanned the letters...

    Good suggestions HTH.

    I've scanned the letters from the B-vent manufacturers but I'll be damned if I can find them this eve. I just emailed one of the other trainers I work with asking him to...
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    Drilling holes in B-vent is no problem. If you...

    Drilling holes in B-vent is no problem. If you need, we have letters on file from several B-vent manufacturers stating there is no problem.

    I've always drilled the plastic pipe on 90+ equipment...
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    Here's one for ya, Norm. I was in Columbus, Oh...

    Here's one for ya, Norm.

    I was in Columbus, Oh this morning doing a seminar for Home Inspectors, turns out at about the same time there was a family being poisoned a couple miles down the road:...
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    You are truely a blessed man, Dice. I never had...

    You are truely a blessed man, Dice. I never had the opportunity to meet my "father-in-law". He was killed in an automobile accident when my wife (to be) was 18.
    A WWII Navy man, I'm sure he would...
  32. Thread: Cycotherm boilers

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    You ought to check with Cyclotherm (if you can...

    You ought to check with Cyclotherm (if you can get in touch with them), but just about every power burner I've ever had anything to do with was spec'ed to be set up with a 6%-8% O2 in low fire and...
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    Two sites for everybody to check out - and make...

    Two sites for everybody to check out - and make you an instant 'expert'.

    http://www.coheadquarters.com/CO1.htm

    and

    http://www.coexperts.com

    If you want to argue with either Dr. Penney or...
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    I beg to differ, I have tested the CO levels in...

    I beg to differ, I have tested the CO levels in the April Air test can - 1,100 ppm.

    Yea, it tests if a co alarm works - at all...

    Geeze, CO poisoning is the NUMBER ONE CAUSE OF ACCIDENTIAL...
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    Let me save you the time and expense of testing...

    Let me save you the time and expense of testing UL2034 approved CO dectectors.

    If you go to: http://www.gastechnology.org/webroot/downloads/en/4ReportsPubs/TechReports/020112.pdf
    you can read the...
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    There is alot of info at...

    There is alot of info at http://www.bacharach-training.com .

    If you invested in a Bacharach instrument, feel free to give me a call anytime regarding questions (I work for Bacharach...and even...
  37. Thread: Munchkin Boilers

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    Actually, these boilers are designed to be set up...

    Actually, these boilers are designed to be set up according to the CO air free readings.

    One of my 'back burner' projects is to assemble a website with all the manufacture's combustion spec's.
    ...
  38. Thread: Co Analyzers

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    Hi Mike, if you have any questions about the...

    Hi Mike, if you have any questions about the Bacharach line, feel free to give me a call. My contact info is on our application website: http://www.bacharach-training.com .
    I'm also available for...
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    Hi Serviceguy, yep the tech's and pro's are very...

    Hi Serviceguy, yep the tech's and pro's are very similar, except for printing and pressure capabilities the info on the pro should apply to techs.
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    Here's another CO quiz question: If ya don't...

    Here's another CO quiz question:

    If ya don't test

    A. Ya don't know

    B. Ya don't know

    C. Ya don't know
  41. Thread: smoky boiler

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    Alot of times, a rumble can be caused by an...

    Alot of times, a rumble can be caused by an improperly set drawer assembly or too wide of a nozzle spray angle. Could even be poor quality oil.
    You might want to get in touch with the burner...
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    Hi Steve, that question had never come up before...

    Hi Steve, that question had never come up before so I checked with CS. Found out that their printer doesn't work with our instruments but our printer does work with theirs - go figure...
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    Hi Steve, If you do primarily residential/light...

    Hi Steve, If you do primarily residential/light commercial work you want to look at the Fyrite Pro line. You get a better deal on the printer if you pick up a Fyrite Pro 125 'Kit', which includes...
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    Absolutely, get your stickers off the equipment!!...

    Absolutely, get your stickers off the equipment!!
    Then explain what you have found and give an estimate to fix it.
    They'll probably find someone else who will just revent it, then in a couple of...
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    "Run Away" Yep, I can't tell you how many times...

    "Run Away"
    Yep, I can't tell you how many times I tried to do things that weren't quite right just to try and help customers out. More often than not it came back to bite me in the bu**....
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    I don't think (even with B-vent) you will ever...

    I don't think (even with B-vent) you will ever get this mess to work. The B-vent will quickly corrode and I doubt the equpment will vent properly anyway.
    Your lialbility is huge - I'd recommend to...
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