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  2. Are those pressure readings differential...

    Are those pressure readings differential pressure? As in 20 PSID?
    Have you verified gauge accuracy? It's best, when measuring pressure differential, to use a single gauge and move it from one port...
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    As far as I know I've never seen a Yellowrock...

    As far as I know I've never seen a Yellowrock unit. Never even heard of them until I ran across a couple threads here. Neither spoke of them in a good way.
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    PHM, I think there have been about 10 other acts...

    PHM, I think there have been about 10 other acts pertaining to immigration since the IRCA. Have you verified all the detrimental effects you listed were caused solely by the IRCA? And can you point...
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    Not surprised that the factory is of little help....

    Not surprised that the factory is of little help. They don't really care about trying to solve problems created by "unsupported" modifications.
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    And the "water of proof" is "IP24"? Huh? Maybe 24...

    And the "water of proof" is "IP24"? Huh? Maybe 24 inches of pressure? The manual for that is probably good for a few laughs.
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    Yesterday I couldn't access the site (on my work...

    Yesterday I couldn't access the site (on my work place computer) because our internet filter was restricting it.
    Obviously, today I can.

    Thanks Robb, and all others involved.
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    Had a co-worker once who paid half a finger for...

    Had a co-worker once who paid half a finger for that same lesson. Glad to see you got off cheap.
  9. Interesting reading at Wikipedia. See...

    Interesting reading at Wikipedia.

    See "Sodium-cooled fast reactor".
    There have been several prototypes built in the U.S.

    Also see "Fast Flux Test Facility".
    One of these was built at the...
  10. This is my guess: The building currently has a...

    This is my guess:
    The building currently has a relatively older VAV system. It may have pneumatic actuators (controlled by building control air), it may have electric, or electronic actuators...
  11. Thread: Osiyo

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    Huh, a look at Osiyo's profile, recent activity,...

    Huh, a look at Osiyo's profile, recent activity, shows all posts are by ACFIXR. In a thread with no posts by Osiyo. Interesting...
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    I thought I saw a post from him in the past...

    I thought I saw a post from him in the past couple of weeks. Maybe it was an old thread that resurrected, but I really think it was recent.
    Maybe a search will reveal it.
    I'm an old chiller tech,...
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    I think this would be better located in a...

    I think this would be better located in a controls forum.
    Tracer Summit is a building automation system.

    Problem is likely due to either a communications failure with a component, or a power loss...
  14. I just realized that this is one of multiple...

    I just realized that this is one of multiple threads started by the OP on this subject. And there is some different piece of info on some of them. This is a great example of why starting multiple...
  15. I'm wondering if it's pneumatic.

    I'm wondering if it's pneumatic.
  16. If I were a salesman for that company I would...

    If I were a salesman for that company I would definitely use that a sales tool!
  17. OK, I just watched those links. You're forgiven,...

    OK, I just watched those links. You're forgiven, Space Racer. Funny stuff, but NSFW! Makes me laugh out loud.
  18. As a fan of the Andy Griffith Show, I like...

    As a fan of the Andy Griffith Show, I like Barney. Please leave him out of this. :cheers:
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    :cheers:

    :cheers:
  20. If I may throw in my two cents; I've been a...

    If I may throw in my two cents; I've been a commercial/industrial chiller tech for 31 years. That was preceded by 6 years as a nuclear power plant operator in the US Navy. When my home's AC unit...
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    An impressive response, IMHO. This attitude...

    An impressive response, IMHO.

    This attitude can take you far in life, and in this field.

    Mix this with a healthy dose of persistence, or refusal to give up, and you should be quite successful. ...
  22. Perhaps both CX and CHW? Using DX as a backup. Or...

    Perhaps both CX and CHW? Using DX as a backup. Or vice-versa.
  23. I'm eating a spam sandwich right now. Yummm...

    I'm eating a spam sandwich right now. Yummm...
  24. I suspect it's somebody who's already banned, and...

    I suspect it's somebody who's already banned, and trying to sign on as a new member. But they got busted.
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    I like your test rig - water in a clear tube....

    I like your test rig - water in a clear tube. Clever! :cheers:
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    Some kind of more in-depth description of the...

    Some kind of more in-depth description of the system would help.
    Such as, is it a decoupled system? Are there multiple pumps, with a primary pump(s) pumping thru the boiler (primary loop), and a...
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    I'm not union, but I'm not anti-union. But,...

    I'm not union, but I'm not anti-union.
    But, doesn't the union lobby the government? If so, seems like they might like to know who to lobby on behalf of their members. And to do so, it would help to...
  28. No need to apologize. I love reading stuff like...

    No need to apologize.
    I love reading stuff like this!
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    Thanks for sharing that. I love finding old stuff...

    Thanks for sharing that. I love finding old stuff like that.
    I admit to snooping around equipment rooms in old commercial buildings...
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    Just last week I saw a thread disappear. I had...

    Just last week I saw a thread disappear. I had responded to it. It was a new member's attempt at free advertising.
  31. Ads go over there --->

    Ads go over there --->
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    I don't think they're similar. These examples...

    I don't think they're similar.
    These examples use a heat source to effect a change of state - from liquid to vapor, in place of a compressor. Proven and mature technology used in absorption...
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    Well shucks, I'm gonna block off my evaporator...

    Well shucks, I'm gonna block off my evaporator coil and invent the most efficient unit the world has ever seen! Seein' as how head pressure will be low and evaporator coil split doesn't matter...
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    They say that adding the solar energy to the...

    They say that adding the solar energy to the refrigerant causes compression. That is wrong. It causes expansion of the gas, which is what raises the pressure - not compression. Then they seem to...
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    There was a thread about something like this a...

    There was a thread about something like this a while back. A year, maybe two. I think it had links to a similar company, maybe even the same one. The OP had pictures of a system he came across, and...
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    Almost the same here, but I left 5 years ago...

    Almost the same here, but I left 5 years ago after 25 years.
    That office went corporate about 25 years ago.
    IR reorganized 7-8 years ago, and it (that office) was absorbed by a neighboring state's...
  37. Thread: YCWJ IOM

    by Nuclrchiller
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    Nice link, Obieone! Thanks.

    Nice link, Obieone! Thanks.
  38. We were in the middle of retubing a chiller in a...

    We were in the middle of retubing a chiller in a hospital. Came in one morning, checked in with customer first, and he said sewer drain backed up last night. I walked in and found clumps of toilet...
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    Trane startup for AHU's is optional. In 25 years...

    Trane startup for AHU's is optional.
    In 25 years I never saw anybody opt for one on an AHU. Went on "warranty" calls for a few.
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    Thanks! Glad our local office didn't use them. ...

    Thanks!
    Glad our local office didn't use them.
    Makes me think of OmniZone....
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    I doubt anyone here is surprised by any of that. ...

    I doubt anyone here is surprised by any of that. :cheers:
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    I appreciate the offer, but... I'll pass.:grin2:

    I appreciate the offer, but... I'll pass.:grin2:
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    One of my earliest memories: Dad had just bought...

    One of my earliest memories: Dad had just bought a used, late 40's (I think) Pontiac. When I would ride with him in it, I would stand on the floorboards on the passenger side, barely tall enough to...
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    Thanks!

    Thanks!
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    Jay, what and where is Yellowrock Trane? Or...

    Jay, what and where is Yellowrock Trane?

    Or anybody. :grin2:
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    "EBE"? What's that?

    "EBE"? What's that?
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    I remember, about that time, playing with blobs...

    I remember, about that time, playing with blobs of mercury. Pushing it around with our fingers, and making Nickels, Dimes, and Quarters really shine with it.
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    The amount of care obviously given to these sites...

    The amount of care obviously given to these sites is impressive.
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    While I salute Chick-Fil-A for displaying this,...

    While I salute Chick-Fil-A for displaying this, if anyone inferred from the article that Chick-Fil-A created it, they did not. I don't know who did, but it has been used by various veteran/patriotic...
  50. Well, somebody's gotta straighten out those...

    Well, somebody's gotta straighten out those undisciplined little fuel molecules....
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