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    I had one Ford. It was a 2000 7700 series F150....

    I had one Ford. It was a 2000 7700 series F150. Awesome truck but the fuel mileage was brutal. I bought it checked my fuel mileage on the way home, 24mpg. I was happy as hell. Put the truck cap on...
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    Here are some better pics of the back slide out....

    Here are some better pics of the back slide out. You can pack a lot of crap in a small truck :P

    http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o71/jlaffradi/IMG_2130_zpszaxgwlqq.jpg
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    lol I don't think I'm too worried about that one.

    lol I don't think I'm too worried about that one.
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    Haha thanks. I'm really happy with it. I had a...

    Haha thanks. I'm really happy with it. I had a torque converter issue with my first one under warranty but other than that I don't think I have had any issues at all.
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    Pffft steering is over rated. As long as Ya Look...

    Pffft steering is over rated. As long as Ya Look good when you're flying into oncoming traffic at 110k :p
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    I was a big Dodge hater in the beginning too....

    I was a big Dodge hater in the beginning too. Back in 2011 I was driving a 2010 gmc Denali pickup. (Very very nice truck). That truck was around 68g new, I paid 40 for it used with 45,000km on it I...
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    There's definitely something to the static...

    There's definitely something to the static electricity because the pipe will attract dust. I don't think it's a huge buildup by any means. Our small package system is 100% plastic so I can see it...
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    Yep there is quite a lot of regulations. We think...

    Yep there is quite a lot of regulations. We think we have found a way to work within the regulations and keep it safe.
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    Don't like yours? I actually love mine. I just...

    Don't like yours? I actually love mine. I just wish they took a normal K type thermocouple.
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    Oh and just in case some people didn't know, that...

    Oh and just in case some people didn't know, that tall building behind the chiller room is the ice machine and ice storage bin. Just to give you an idea of the size of that system.
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    Here are some pic of the newest install at that...

    Here are some pic of the newest install at that same customers new building. We tried tweaking a few things and added a few new ideas....
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    We actually have a bit of a preliminary design...

    We actually have a bit of a preliminary design for kitchen systems but its geared more towards heat recovery from the exhaust for winter. For us up here, it is the cost of running a gas fired makeup...
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    Thanks, Like I said we are really lucky to get to...

    Thanks, Like I said we are really lucky to get to build some real funky stuff for some our customers. I will go through my pics and see what else I have pictures of that is worth posting.
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    Just posted pics of that system if you want to...

    Just posted pics of that system if you want to see it.
    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?1789271-Custom-Designed-HRV-(Large)&p=21042501#post21042501
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    Custom Designed HRV (Large)

    This system was installed a few years ago as a prototype.
    We sell a great little air to air heat exchanger for welding shops called "KeepTheHeat".
    Their only real drawback is that they only make...
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    No engineering degree I just like building cool...

    No engineering degree I just like building cool stuff lol. We are lucky enough to have a few customers that will let us spend their money trying new things. I will see if I can find some pics of the...
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    Thanks. We are pretty lucky, we get to build a...

    Thanks. We are pretty lucky, we get to build a lot of one of kind types of systems for a few of our customers. Right now I am building an automated salt injection system for the same customer. They...
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    That was when it was almost brand new. I have...

    That was when it was almost brand new. I have just shy of 60,000km on it now.
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    I love them. This is my 3rd Ram. This is...

    I love them. This is my 3rd Ram. This is definitely the nicest truck I have had yet. Here is a couple interior pics I found from when I bought it....
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    Yeah we work on a lot of different and odd stuff....

    Yeah we work on a lot of different and odd stuff. That trailer I'm parked beside is actually a custom pallet blast cooler we made. It has 2-5hp Bohn condensing units, a 2 circuit slab coil and 2 5hp...
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    Hey now, that's a custom organizer. Totally manly...

    Hey now, that's a custom organizer. Totally manly :P
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    Here is a bad pic of the back slide out. I just...

    Here is a bad pic of the back slide out. I just came across it in my pics. Bit far away but you get the idea.

    http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o71/jlaffradi/IMG_1972_zps5nqljxl6.jpg
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    lol I know that fun. We just did a 60 last...

    lol I know that fun. We just did a 60 last summer. I just posted pics of a pre-chiller we installed on that one actually.
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    Yep I am in the frozen wasteland of Manitoba lol....

    Yep I am in the frozen wasteland of Manitoba lol. As long as I plugged in I was fine but any warmer than -20 and I didn't have an issue either way.
    Tool storage isn't too bad. I have the side...
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    O-k cool. Always fun sorting out someone elses...

    O-k cool. Always fun sorting out someone elses install isn't is? ;) At least you have a working system beside it to compare to. I had a system a long time ago that ran high discharge temps and our...
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    New Service Truck

    Had this one for about 10 months. 2014 Longhorn Limited with the 3.0L EcoDiesel and 4 corner air suspension. Not one bad thing to say about this truck. Fuel mileage is insane....
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    Last pic is a video. Click on it to watch.

    Last pic is a video. Click on it to watch.
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    Ice Machine Water Pre-Chiller

    One of our customers has a Northstar Model 60 Ice Flaker. For those of you that are unfamiliar with Northstar they do very large ice flakers. This unit is their second largest and produces between...
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    Startup went well. That F6K has been in for a...

    Startup went well. That F6K has been in for a while now and haven't had any issues with it.

    Your F8, just curious is it direct drive or belt? What kind of superheat are you running at the...
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    I had forgotten about this post lol. Weirdly...

    I had forgotten about this post lol.
    Weirdly enough I happen to be doing the yearly startup on this one tomorrow.
    Well lots of updates on this one actually. We have found that the F4K compressors...
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    Thanks, actually its very stable. We mounted a 5"...

    Thanks, actually its very stable. We mounted a 5" caster wheel to the bottom of the tank so it has full support.
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    Our Latest Creation...FRANKENFILTER!

    I thought a few people might find this interesting.
    We have a group of customers with several open drive compressor racks between them and oil costs are becoming a concern.
    (between them there is...
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    The best bet is to consult a mechanical engineer....

    The best bet is to consult a mechanical engineer. If you dont know of one, the guys we use are also licensed in Alberta. For the roughly $1000.00 (just a guess based on previous jobs) that they...
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    If its easier for you, my email is in my profile....

    If its easier for you, my email is in my profile. Feel free to communicate by email as well. (I dont think we are allowed to put email addresses in posts)
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    The manufacturer specs 1 unit/3 welding stations...

    The manufacturer specs 1 unit/3 welding stations but in Manitoba we require 1500 cfm/welding station.
    Local code will supersede depending on where your located but if your requirements are similar...
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    What are you doing in the building? Is it a...

    What are you doing in the building? Is it a welding shop, manufacturing, etc. Any plasma cutting or other activities that produce smoke or contaminants?
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    There is no limitation to the shop size at all....

    There is no limitation to the shop size at all. We have had very good success with them with zero complaints or issues to date. The shop in these pictures is aproximately 60x90 if I remember right. ...
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    I have personally serviced houses on a reserve...

    I have personally serviced houses on a reserve west of winnipeg that are 1500 square feet plus on the main floor with fully finished basements and would be $300g homes in any community. I am also not...
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    I have seen lots of good ones too. But in...

    I have seen lots of good ones too. But in Manitoba for every good "native" there are 20 useless "indians". When you work on any of the reserves you see just how much they appreciate what...
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    You bet. We have been using UV dye in those...

    You bet. We have been using UV dye in those systems for a few years. It works great.
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    We added an external oil cooler to this system a...

    We added an external oil cooler to this system a couple weeks ago. Here are some pics.
    http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o71/jlaffradi/Jamors%20Mycom%20Swap/IMG00368-20101102-1401.jpg...
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    Thanks, These units are all R-404A. I think the...

    Thanks, These units are all R-404A. I think the head cooling fans and oil coolers are standard equipment on the low temp Bohn equipment but im not 100% sure.
    We actually havent put in much for 22...
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    But why would a 45 be any more prone to failure...

    But why would a 45 be any more prone to failure than a 90? Interesting for sure. Just to be safe I will throw a couple extra pipe supports on tomorrow. Doesn't take a whole lot and its cheap...
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    The transducer that you can see is the suction...

    The transducer that you can see is the suction temperature sensor. They mount directly into the compressor on the Sabroes but there isnt any provision for that on the Mycoms. The pressure transducers...
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    I personally have never had a problem with 45's...

    I personally have never had a problem with 45's yet. I had someone bring that up once before and I was not able to find anything showing that 45's are any weaker than a 90 but if you know something...
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    We feel open drive is a better option in these...

    We feel open drive is a better option in these places because the compressors are fully rebuildable and there is also no chance of refrigerant contamination due to burnout. (Some of these systems...
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    Actually we had Rick Vandenberg from DOL do it...

    Actually we had Rick Vandenberg from DOL do it for us. We do a fair bit of control panels and usually get him to do them. Rick lives in Morden so it is pretty handy. Where are you from Frostie?
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    Thanks, the guys did an awesome job on this one...

    Thanks, the guys did an awesome job on this one and the customer was really impressed and happy. Anytime people from another colony come over he makes sure to show them lol
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    Finally Almost done. Just a tiny bit of...

    Finally Almost done. Just a tiny bit of electrical and final alignment to go.
    http://i117.photobucket.com/albums/o71/jlaffradi/Jamors%20Mycom%20Swap/IMG00299-20101005-1700.jpg...
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    That laser alignment tool is freakin awesome....

    That laser alignment tool is freakin awesome. Alignments that used to take me 5-6 hours now take less than an hour with tighter tolerances. We used to shoot for .004" misalignment or better and now...
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