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    Wow, never realized great stuff was UL181 listed!...

    Wow, never realized great stuff was UL181 listed! :gah:
  2. Thread: New Boots

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    Power was off, and how would it be any different...

    Power was off, and how would it be any different than a linesman in plastic bucket on a boom truck working on a live wire. I guess we could have let the building freeze...
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    why would using buckets to prevent your feet from...

    why would using buckets to prevent your feet from getting wet get you a darwin award?
  4. Weld on a 1/4" coupling, thread on a ball valve,...

    Weld on a 1/4" coupling, thread on a ball valve, drill it out and shut the valve. then thread on a service port.
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    Plumbing burst on the second floor, ran all the...

    Plumbing burst on the second floor, ran all the way down to the basement, where the floor drain was plugged. I think the wire is for a pump, as they pumped the water out instead of unclogging the...
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    I have the uniqure oppertunity of being a...

    I have the uniqure oppertunity of being a estimator project manager and engineer, I do the same, medium or high static drives. Upsize the drive on furnaces. the best thing in the world is the DC...
  7. Thread: New Boots

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    New Boots

    My boss

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    After all they they didn't get the floor drain unplugged! :Faint:
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    No, they installed the HVAC and we installed the...

    No, they installed the HVAC and we installed the kitchen hood.
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    It does not actually matter.

    Contractor to inspector;

    "I understand that the balancing report and results of air flow are nothing like the plans we submitted and that were approved through your office but it is my...
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    It's a quick easy way to cover your ass, If you...

    It's a quick easy way to cover your ass, If you do a PM, compressor runs fine, pressure and amps. Do a meg and megs kind of low, you can note it on your report.

    Nothing worse than doing a PM, and...
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    Inspector wanted it every marked every 5 feet. I...

    Inspector wanted it every marked every 5 feet. I went a little nuts...
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    It depends, typically 1.25 hours in spring, .75...

    It depends, typically 1.25 hours in spring, .75 hours in fall 25 tons and under.

    Spring;
    Clean coils
    check amp draws, meg out compressors
    check amp draws and meg out blower motors
    check all...
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    wow some of you guys throw a lot of hours on...

    wow some of you guys throw a lot of hours on there, cranes to get them on the roof. 24 hours???
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    I was agreeing with Marc, I tell all my guys to...

    I was agreeing with Marc, I tell all my guys to do it that way, not as pictured.
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    It's a commercial building, but we run 2 psi for...

    It's a commercial building, but we run 2 psi for everything. I put 2 psi in my house as well. I can run 1/2 CSST instead of 1-1/4 blackpipe.
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    That's the way I always do it.

    That's the way I always do it.
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    Is this wrong or not?

    I always go valve, trap, regulator, union, unit.

    Trap always on a change of direction....443141
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    This dives me nuts

    Some of my guys, Can't paint the 3' of rusty gas pipe going into the building on a brand new million dollar building.443131
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    by the looks of that unit, the A/C might have...

    by the looks of that unit, the A/C might have been there first :)
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    Who buries a lineset underground. I at least run...

    Who buries a lineset underground. I at least run them in PVC
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    better air flow

    better air flow
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    it may but it was not setup that way. 40ton...

    it may but it was not setup that way. 40ton luxaire :gah:
  23. Thread: P-Traps

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    P-Traps

    427711427721427731

    Gotta love it.
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    No need for a 3H4C on a 40 ton

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    Surprised they didn't put a single stage stat on it.
  25. Thread: Got fuse'?

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    You guys have never seen these???

    You guys have never seen these???
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