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Yes Ice, they plan on changing the cases as well.
Yeah I think they would want minimal disruption to their operations considering its one of their larger stores.
I was looking at the Hill-Pheonix...
I have a potential customer that wants us to do a refrigeration system changeout.
Currently they have 3 Hussmann Protocol units.
Model # PH05PK-MFMFMFMFMF
another Model #...
03-28-2012, 10:26 PM
Glad to see that you solved the problem in the end.
However,I don't think that this compressor is a 3 phase unit with the amps that you are pulling.
That 5amp reading is probably the...
I have a Delfield freezer model #6525 that a customer has asked me to look on. I realized that it has been worked on a couple of times.
The nameplate says it uses R404a and is a 220v 50...
Thanks Flange,I'll give them a call tomorrow.
Does anybody here know if Smardt will train you as an individual ? Meaning you are not with a company that is a distributor for them ?
I will be in Canada around the time they have...
03-01-2010, 08:02 PM
Can't even begin to comment.
YOU really did such an install despite knowing better ?
Judging from the pics it looks like they did an "open delta" setup.That's where they use two transformers and two primary phases to give you three phase secondary,perfectly acceptable as long as the...
Oh no,when I said fog I don't mean like wet condensation, I mean that between the panes of glass there is a solid white substance sticking to the glass. If you tap the glass you might see some flakes...
By virtue of fewer moving parts,scrolls should have the better reliability factor.It's just that once there dead there finished,absolutely no fixing of them
Do you all think that recip semi-hermetics are now obsolete especially in a/c apps.Most new stuff that I see below a certain tonnage now all have scrolls.And anything above are screws. I only see new...
Does anybody know why a glass door of a reach in would fog up.I have some units in storage that have gotten totally fogged up and some partially.They are not in operation and are stored outside.I...
11-27-2009, 06:28 PM
No they are not cooling the outdoors.What they have done is to use the air handler coil as additional condensing surface.Dont know why,maybe the original coil is partially damaged,or maybe they put...
11-20-2009, 09:40 PM
Well in all fairness to them ,the unit is located in a restricted area.I was just able to stick my hand around the fence to get a picture.But you're right it should have some kind of protective...
11-19-2009, 09:32 PM
Followed friend to supermarket the other day.While waiting in the parking lot this was what I saw at the back of the building.Their using an air handler as part of the condenser.This unit is being...
This is exactly my belief too.
Her husband,who is my brother by adoption (mine by his father) has always been saying that I'm the one who is going to take over the business when they retire.They...
She likes to say that she thinks I'm just a follower.
I think I was taught in school that great leaders were once great followers,just can't remember if that was a quote from some great...
Was having a discussion with in law who also happens to be one of the directors for the company that I work. She basically is of this opinion and does not believe otherwise.
I would like to hear...
I ve been using the Supco PR-90 universal potential relay.That's what all the supply houses out here have anyways.They work on anything from 1/4hp-5hp, 110-240volts.Just plug and play,nothing to...
All the mini-splits I know of (Mitsubishi,Fujitsu,Carrier etc)operate this way.You can set the fan speed to "auto" and it will vary the fan speed automatically as the unit approaches setpoint...
Man I love fried rice the best kind IS made from leftovers.
That bacon thing does sound like a dead man walking though.
Personally I like to microwave bacon in a paper towel to collect the oil.
11-14-2008, 10:20 PM
I charged it by weight initially (16oz 404a) and let it run for about two hours, then I added more (not sure exactly how much) to provide cooling for comp as it seemed hot on the dome.Now the unit...
11-14-2008, 09:00 PM
Quite TRUE on that one :D
Whenever I had to splice captubes,I usually use 3/16" copper about 1" long with the two captubes meeting in the middle. Make sure to blow Nitrogen through to make sure that tubes don't get plugged...
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