Type: Posts; User: VanIsleRefrig
Haha I ain't building the Canucks sweet eff all until they actually win a cup
Currently doing a project in my refrigeration course that requires me to build something out of scrap hvac parts( fractional hp compressors, Evaps, condensers, fans and accessories) and make it...
Us canadians must be pussys because i've never heard of people stealing heatpumps over here in BC.
i would throw up if that was exposed on the side of my house. wall of shame never ceases to amaze me
some peoples kids
woops looks like im being a parrot
think he means 10 ton maybe. if you think it is the tx put the bulb in some warm water and see if that makes a difference. check for any visible kinks in line, possible plugged filter drier? how many...
last fujitsu i went and worked on had a TCA of 3.8a, it was a 24k btu with 2 heads both on heat to 88f so it was ramped right up. crazy how efficient they are.
If you do it right is there really a possibility of any rx-11 Being left over in the system? I mean cut the liquid line and the vapor line at the furnace and at the heat pump. flush each line...
what fuji's are you working on? just curious
The ones we install if it is a single the first has to be 16' and and if a dual head the second must be 33' with a minimum of 49' total and max of 150'
thanks for the input you guys this site is awesome
That's an excellent idea for a heatpump with a coil in the return I will definately pass that on to my boss and we can pick away at it.
But when there is a coil in the supply we use an isolation...
Where I live there are a lot of houses with oil furnaces, so granted some of our customers don't see the necessity in putting in an electric or gas air handler when they already have a 'perfectly'...
All my company installs is Goodman/Amana furnaces and our Service Recall rate is 3%