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    I had a similar situation with similar pressure...

    I had a similar situation with similar pressure and temp readings.
    I just bought the field piece hot wire anemometer and noticed my air flow was half of what I needed.
    The A evap coil looked...
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    Hey Guys, I went to the job site with the air...

    Hey Guys,
    I went to the job site with the air balancer this morning. Found kitchen vent hood circuit working and close to 10,000 cfm.
    The kitchen make up air was about 1300 cfm! Nice!
    We went up...
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    Mitch, I will check it tomorrow morning. Another...

    Mitch, I will check it tomorrow morning.
    Another buddy just called me and told me to shut all the equipment, walk around with a manometer
    and turn equipment on, one at a time. Check...
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    heatingman, This would be the fifth restaurant I...

    heatingman,
    This would be the fifth restaurant I have completed. This project was engineered. Captive air certified that the kitchen vent hood and kitchen make up air are balanced as spec'd.
    I...
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    heatingmen, Yes Here is the breakdown: Kitchen...

    heatingmen,
    Yes
    Here is the breakdown:
    Kitchen vent hood: 10,000 cfm
    Make up air: -7000 cfm
    Outside air: -3000 cfm (connected to each air handler)
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    Restaurant pressurization issue

    I installed 8 fan coils and an outside air circuit. A separate company installed the kitchen vent hood and kitchen make up ducts and equipment.
    Now that job is complete, the kitchen swinging doors...
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    When I have situations in which I don't want to...

    When I have situations in which I don't want to fry the equipment, I just keep the low voltage wires going to the humidifier disconnected and instead connect voltmeter leads to the wires.
    You either...
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    No Uke, The main power going into the unit is...

    No Uke,
    The main power going into the unit is either 208/230 or 120 volt.
    The 120 volt circuit takes at least twice as longer to make steam.
    Also the amount of steam per day/hour is reduced.
    I...
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    Not saying you installed a furnace that was too...

    Not saying you installed a furnace that was too large but I had a similar issue in the past in which a contractor installed a new furnace that was similar BTU's as old furnace but too big for the...
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    I have installed at least five Aprilaire 800 over...

    I have installed at least five Aprilaire 800 over the last 4 -5 years. For the most part they work well.
    The capsule needs to be replaced every season.
    Try to get electrician to wire for 208/230...
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    The other posts are correct. Don't ever let...

    The other posts are correct. Don't ever let customer take over the HVAC design process without them signing a waiver
    because you will never hear the end of it.
    You mentioned the house being a...
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    Yes, I believe it's an environmental violation...

    Yes,
    I believe it's an environmental violation to have open loop.
    The EPA doesn't even want a chance of contamination of the ground water.
    I know for a fact a building inspector actually needs to...
  14. Kchest, your right on. I'm from Mass and my in...

    Kchest, your right on.
    I'm from Mass and my in laws live in NC.
    Come on everyone. We are all Americans.
    Just watch some WW2 movies when northerners and southerners are thrown in together.
    We all...
  15. POLYSONICS Model DHT-P Hydra Ultrasonic Flowmeter

    I'm thinking of buying a ultrasonic flow meter.
    The older model's can be had for less than $100 on ebay.
    Newer one's start at $400.00
    Anyone have experience using these flow meters? Any input?
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    thanks rundawg and everyone else who commented!

    thanks rundawg and everyone else who commented!
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    I went by the job. Indoor unit is a Carrier...

    I went by the job. Indoor unit is a Carrier FY4ANFo24000AAAA
    The electric heat is being activated even with the thermostat in off position. Electric heater # KFCEHo80
    Isolated all the thermostat...
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    Heat pump staying on

    I have a tech friend that lives an hour away from me. I'm trying to help him without going there this weekend.
    He is working on a Carrier heat pump about 5 years old.
    Customer is complaining that...
  19. I talked to a retired plumber who owned a...

    I talked to a retired plumber who owned a plumbing company about communicating with his employee's during the 50's and 60's this past summer. This really is an interesting dilemma if you stop and...
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    That looks like a home developer special around...

    That looks like a home developer special around greater Boston area.
    Developer or GC probably told installer what acceptable duct size to use.
    Then they send in finished carpenter to finish up the...
  21. Hate to be a bother, but does anyone have a...

    Hate to be a bother, but does anyone
    have a diagram of a typical installation?
    Thank you for any help
  22. Thread: seriously

    by jdere
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    Way too much risk to recover refrigerant, cut...

    Way too much risk to recover refrigerant, cut coil out, clean it, install it and place gas back in. Depending on the age of equipment, customer is going to blame you for everything thing that is...
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    I am probably getting 27' at 22 gpm through the...

    I am probably getting 27' at 22 gpm through the ground loop.
    There are two flow meters in the supply pipes that go to each heat pump. The highest reading when both heat pumps are working is 8.5 gpm ...
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    So that being said, the two Wilo pump model #...

    So that being said, the two Wilo pump model # 1.25 X 3.30 seem to be able to handle the head and the GPM for this system.
    The pumps are set up in a push/pull arrangement.
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    Earth Ace, I think my biggest issue is being...

    Earth Ace,
    I think my biggest issue is being able to read and know the correct pressure drop through out the system.
    I do a lot of radiant heat and boiler systems. Basically this Geo system is a...
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    The designer told me that the circuit was 1-...

    The designer told me that the circuit was 1- 1/4". Don't know how the circuit was actually set up outside.
    Correct the hydron unit is about that 4 to 6.5 depending on the stage. I thought the chart...
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    The loops are vertical. I was not there for the...

    The loops are vertical. I was not there for the outside installation work, but The installer of the vertical loops, a major drilling company, is reputable company.
    There are fittings, pete's plug to...
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    head loss math through field loops

    Hi
    I wanted to check in about this:
    There is a home with a geothermal system with 3- 500 ft loops in the side yard. Pipe is 1.25" polpy pipe.
    I wanted to make sure the circulator pumps are not...
  30. Thread: Ecovent

    by jdere
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    I am thinking the same thing Bigtime. I am...

    I am thinking the same thing Bigtime. I am wandering if they consulted with anyone in the trenches. The rich are getting richer!
  31. Thread: Ecovent

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    If you read the Boston Globe article it reminds...

    If you read the Boston Globe article it reminds me of just a bunch of people trying to capitalize (cash in) on the "smart home" concept.
    If you check the comment section of article, I'm Jag 86...
  32. Thread: Ecovent

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    Ecovent

    What do you guys and gals thinks about this:

    https://www.ecoventsystems.com/how-it-works/

    Also this:
    ...
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    If there are problems with this unit, there is a...

    If there are problems with this unit, there is a lot room in the attic for an HVAC Co. to repair the air handler with a correctly sized trunk in the future. Right now it seems fine for heat. It's not...
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    That's correct regles! I turned fan on at the...

    That's correct regles! I turned fan on at the thermostat and the registers were high on the ceiling (about 10') and I think the air speed was probably about 400 to 600 fpm. The return register was a...
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    After looking at these spec houses, I will never...

    After looking at these spec houses, I will never buy one in the future.
    I would rather have some control in the whole process of building a house.
    I have the knowledge know, but not 15 years ago....
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    I believe there was bubble wrap on the 20" X 16"...

    I believe there was bubble wrap on the 20" X 16" sheet metal
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    I thought about the higher static. There was no...

    I thought about the higher static. There was no way the real estate agent was going to let me bring a drill and test TESP but I wish I could.
    Obviously the install looked like a hack job.
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    kdean, contractor covered the top of air handler...

    kdean, contractor covered the top of air handler with let's say a 20" X 16" sheet metal plate. No plenum box. I didn't measure anything (no tape measure or any tools) and I wish I took a picture. I...
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    Air handler with no supply trunk

    My friend was house hunting this Sunday at open houses.
    At a brand new house, I went up to the attic to check out the central air system.
    I was surprised to see no supply trunk on the air handler....
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    I always install an air switch (Cleveland type)...

    I always install an air switch (Cleveland type) between steam humidifier and controller so that way the humidifier will not
    turn on if the blower is not running.
  41. I meant to say that none of the second stage...

    I meant to say that none of the second stage terminal are connected (y2 or W2) at the thermostats, but the y2 and w2 terminals were connected at the rooftop unit.
    That's what I think has changed.
  42. I checked out equipment just as a thunderstorm...

    I checked out equipment just as a thunderstorm came rolling in. I didn't see ecomizer connections at control panel section.
    I did notice someone from my company replaced the thermostats
    And he...
  43. I can definitely set up controls to turn on all...

    I can definitely set up controls to turn on all units at once. Wanted more info on how to plumb the suction and discharge lines at the five ton units.
  44. True, better to install one 10 ton air handler...

    True, better to install one 10 ton air handler but space is very tight to get equipment into mechanical room.
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    Alphato, I always design the ducts for cooling...

    Alphato, I always design the ducts for cooling because it's always harder to cooler than heat space. Also, I try to have oversize ducts whenever I can get the space for bigger ducts. Being say 20%...
  46. This is my first season with this equipment and I...

    This is my first season with this equipment and I don't really work on a lot of trane equipment. Seems like good equipment, though.
  47. Well the thing that changed was that the...

    Well the thing that changed was that the restaurant chain i work with bought the lease to this building and an existing equipment. So I don't know what the previous owners or the last HVAC Co. were...
  48. Ok thanks Bbeerme!

    Ok thanks Bbeerme!
  49. I will go back and look at how it was wired. It...

    I will go back and look at how it was wired. It does seem ridicously set high for a summer morning. The sensor is in a small vented sheetmetal box on the bottom left (close to the outside) of the...
  50. It can accept any thernostat

    It can accept any thernostat
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