Type: Posts; User: market-tech
Wouldn't even attempt it.:eek2:
We use a company here in AZ. but I think they are strictly AZ.
Right on target!!
The coil temperature sensing thermostat normally uses a "Constant cut in" that makes sure the evaporator coil has reached a temperature sufficient to clear any frost. I've seen...
LOL! I've got a brother that lives in Texas and I give him a ration because, with us being in Arizona, he is east of us.
Man, you easterners have all the answers!! J/K!!
This is a job to either do safely and correctly or walk away from, IMHO!
I'm working on a set up now that I think will work. I've got a 30 barrel will have a dip tube in one "Bung" with a quick connect for a hose that I put together.In the other smaller bung, a connection...
We remove excess oil through the service port of the oil reservoir after the oil separator.
Normally, from what I see, there are oil return problems and "technicians" add oil here and there.
Are there a lot of people in and out all the time?
With the current info it does sound over sized but without the actual load calculations that's just a guess.
Sounds like the unit is not...
Valid points. I was just speaking of what is happening to the hourly rate.
The hours can be tough in the summer but a qualified supermarket tech will never be out of work.
I work in supermarket refrigeration and have for many years.
We have a serious shortage of qualified technicians.
It is becoming supply and Demand.
$$ discussion is not allowed but I think,...
If a reversing valve was leaking by it would have a definite detrimental affect on the cooling capabilities of the unit BUT the only way to diagnose such a problem is for a qualified technician to...
What is your superheat at the coil. Your suction temp seems high to me but ?????????
Wow, I'd love to do this in the Keys. Worked in Miami for years for Teak Refrigeration. Made the mistake of moving to AZ and buying a house!!
Hope you find someone, we have a heck of a time...
Thank you for your service to our country.
Yes, at times it is all relative!!
Not a doubt!! Worked in S.E. Florida for many years. 90*F and 90% humidity. Ugly to work in!!
We also use the 500 micron level as a benchmark.
Doing supermarkets in Tucson, AZ.
Was just a balmy 110 here yesterday!!
Trying to help with the understanding of the function of 2 different components.
Hope these links help.
Yea, that's all I've used for years so that was my line of thought~
Looking at some of those temps, some seem high for what we run on our stores, fresh meat cases in particular.
I don't see where there would be any difference in function.
We've had a couple of condenser leaks
Looks like the corrosion found on automobile battery cables.
I've not seen that type of corrosion on a contactor.
Where is the equipment located?
How quick things change.
One of my guys gave notice this morning.
Supermarket experience required.
We do "On Call"