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10-05-2010, 08:25 PM
i know ferns are kind of bulletproof, but thats where my condensate drains right into ferns on the side of my house, still alive and never dawned on me till now about the condensate. i dont treat...
10-04-2010, 08:11 PM
Thanks for the links/pdf Jim, will definately check them out.
thanks jp too for chiming in, lookin at a few newer manuals i have, they DO tell you to test at suction valve port(total superheat) i...
10-04-2010, 08:07 PM
because i can still get my saturation temperature through my gauges outside. I ultimately like to take my pressure inside at the evap outlet yes, but a properly plumbed system should have a 2psi ...
thanks for the quick reply :) . i believe it was 3/16" thick steel. and 3/8" or 1/2" hole sizes i needed.
thanks in advance for the help.
edit- i searched and found a bunch of the heads you...
heres my daily bag (throws over shoulder, or can carry it
then ill throw my gauges and or a cordless drill in there if need be.
10-04-2010, 05:39 PM
now that i have your attention :LOL:
kind of applies to any of the gauges that are able to test super heat and subcooling with the temp clamps/ straps
how do u accurately get a superheat...
wow very nicely done. thats a LOT of taters in the pic haha.
extremely clean and well thought out.
i bought " Commercial Refrigeration for air conditioning technicians "
and it is a god send. (is that how you say that phrase? lol
Has a TON of great info, great illustrations. I also went to...
tinmarine , do you think that would work good for beams on an commercial building? i installed a new system on the roof( split condenser for walkin cooler), and had to drill out holes to mount the...
my klein stripper/crimper sees probably the most use other then the usual 6 in 1, voltmeter etc.
wow thats an awesome idea. got the wheels in my head turning now.
Thanks for the post :)
thanks for the replies, i was just concerned with oil contamination switching from 1 system to another with diferent oils, they drill that into your head while i went to hvac school.
im in south...
i worked at an apartment complex for a while, the dryer kept going out everyday on them in there 3rd floor
Come to find out, the apartment below was getting renovated and shutting breakers off...
ive always used the oldschool way i guess?
i have 2 sets of analogue gauges, 1 r-22 and 1 set for POE oil systems( 410, 404a etc 134a etc)
im lookin into these new fancy digital gauges...
heard nothing but good things from the g5, from research, they are also 1 of the fastest units for pulling both liquid and vapor compared to its competitors
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