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I don't care what they say. I can be in two places at the same time.
Lowtemp. Can you point me to where you got this info.
I like the idea. Definitely will save some lives. Calling in every hour or whatever just doesn't cut it. A guy can drop dead in seconds. ...
Looks like it has a top over the brick work. Otherwise rain will be pouring down in there.
Glycol in a closed circuit tower. Pump run at 100 %.
Dampers inside the fan housing are disconnected as noted. No dampers on top.
I put water in the sumps. Spray pump is working. So far so good....
Looks like a good idea.
How about the bag increasing static pressure on the propeller fan and increased fan motor amperage.
Got back to the site.
The new vfd is set to maintain 80*f. The sensor is down in the mechanical room.
On the roof the rest of the control system remains. The sensor is at the cooling tower....
Lawyer??? That would take all the fun out of it.
Some company converted the closed loop cooling tower to vfd.
Vfd controlled by loop temperature.
Used to be a two speed motor.
They ignored the tower dampers and spray pump .
Now I have the tower...
Why is your first choice a camp in northern Canada. Why not just Alberta?
Even has a steering wheel on the back window.
Fails the safety test though, no red and green lights for port and starboard.:cheers:
Do you need all 6 stages? W775 has 4 stages.
Must have been a wall where the meter sits. Looks like the place is being demolished.
Bought my first can of 407c today. I'll probably use half tomorrow and drive the rest of it around for the rest of my days. :gah:
11-26-2012, 08:46 PM
Nice collection. Check Ebay for some idea of value. Sell on Ebay. Honeywell people might scoop them up.
Any takers here.
Welcome to the world of code books. Nice if they had a copy of the B149 that was done up up like a comic book.
There'd be pictures of things blowing up, service tech in the air on fire.
Looks like the round Honeywell dial is patent protected?
Probably own close to 10K. When I started I had to provide most all the tools. Not so much nowadays.
I show up at customers door with some 2K in my toolcase
Fluke multimeter, fluke thermometer,...
I don't about Winterpeg, but in these parts we're expected to have gas blocks on each side of the fittings. Then block spacing determined by pipe size.
I've used a paint roller for mile long pipe...
Just something to check.
I replaced my hot water tank. Same for same. But I moved it 3 ft closer to the outside basement wall. I then had water hammer after that. I have a 100 ft garden hose...
I've seen sightglasses where it seems to just flow through. I had this one almost cleared. A little more gas would have done it.
Thanks for all your feed back.
Not a pumpdown system.
No suction to liquid line heat exhanger.
Remote condensing unit. Not a self contained case.
Got this quoted job from another guy. I...
Air cooled condensing unit in the ceilling.
TXV, receiver, R22, reach in cooler.
I was thinking when you first start up the txv would be fully open because of the high load.
Later as the cooler comes down to temperature the txv would be more...
When charging a refrigeration system by sight glass and its been off for hours, the case is warm. Do you clear the sight glass as soon as you can when you first restart the system, or let the...
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