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    Nice one i saw was the 6" pvc under the floor was...

    Nice one i saw was the 6" pvc under the floor was ducted to an air handler that the discharge of one of the compressor ran through to heat the air being blown through the PVC. I believe it was an...
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    MO99 is a decent gas. biggest prob I have seen...

    MO99 is a decent gas. biggest prob I have seen is oil return if you stay with MO. You may have to had a little POE to the system to facilitate proper oil return, specifically on LT racks. 5% is...
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    Depends on the machine. Some use syrup an it...

    Depends on the machine. Some use syrup an it mixes with water as it is pumped to the machine. Some use soda straight from the bottle. If its a manual fill, betcha it's for bottled soda. Read the...
  4. Ahhh. It happens. Sometimes we never know where...

    Ahhh. It happens. Sometimes we never know where or why. Sometimes it evident (such as a new store). It is bad, and a rack is a lot tougher to clean up than a conventional split. But we do it. ...
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    Thx

    Thx
  6. Thread: R-508a

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    Found this... ...

    Found this...

    http://www.friedrichs-kaeltemittel.de/en/products/refrigerants/hfc-refrigerants/r508a/
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    Contactor sizing..

    Always sized a breaker for a comp 25% over and a contactor 25% over that.

    What issues would be seen for a contactor sized close to RLA?

    EG, 116 RLA on a 125 amp contactor?

    ..... oh crap,...
  8. I have a couple markets that are still running...

    I have a couple markets that are still running split conventional and they have no pump down.

    To this day have no idea why it's like that.. i am a pump down fan, but these have worked for years...
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    I've had those rushes where I longed for lights...

    I've had those rushes where I longed for lights and sirens... especially when traffic is backed up and all I can think is "oh crap I've got ice cream melting! Get outta my way!" :cool:

    ..... oh...
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    Market Techs... Why we do what we do.

    Sitting here at a location early on a Sunday morning, it has been a long weekend. The heat has has us quite busy, and I'm running on what naps I have taken while waiting on case pull downs or...
  11. Ohm readings vary. Usually I see 1 to 3 ohms, but...

    Ohm readings vary. Usually I see 1 to 3 ohms, but the key is from leg to leg they should all read the same. Eg L1 To L2 1.6, L1 To L3 1.6 , L2 To L3 1.6. Then check to ground.



    ..... oh...
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    I just changed the same compressor out a few days...

    I just changed the same compressor out a few days ago... same refrigerant... i looked as something wrong :eek:

    ..... oh crap, is it supposed to do that?
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    Refrigerant? Condenser coil and fan condition?...

    Refrigerant? Condenser coil and fan condition? Ambient temps? Doubt it's weak. Amps are actually a little high for an 06K6E.

    ..... oh crap, is it supposed to do that?
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    I was actually thinking about this as I was...

    I was actually thinking about this as I was reading through the thread. So many times someone just throws a blade in and and doesn't think if it is too far forward or backwards. Or one too small...
  15. If you put all of this together (no cost limit as...

    If you put all of this together (no cost limit as such for now), why not a, say 4 ton belt drive on a variable speed DC motor. The constant torque of the DC motor would pretty much eliminate the low...
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    Did you factor in your manifold hoses when...

    Did you factor in your manifold hoses when weighing in? That would explain the 6 oz over.. it may still need an oz.

    No consideration of subcooler in refrigeration? Sub cooling is a big factor. ...
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    As of today... still there! Emailed it to my...

    As of today... still there!

    Emailed it to my local Account Mgr... he is gonna love that.
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    This one brings back memories. I worked on a...

    This one brings back memories. I worked on a refrigeration system for a 1000 lb CO2 storage tank many years ago. Valve plates bad in the compressor. Like crazycajun, this one ran off a tank...
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    I think the managers I laugh at the most... and...

    I think the managers I laugh at the most... and can be the most frustrating are the ones that "could do your job if they had the tools". I asked one why he was a grocery manager then. He didn't...
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    I use low loss on everything except evacuation...

    I use low loss on everything except evacuation and when charging racks. Refrigerant loss comes from the hoses, depending on the length of the hose it can have several ounces of refrigerant in them...
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    Shame this is in an open Forum... Why do...

    Shame this is in an open Forum...

    Why do think they are flooding back?

    WM is a beast all it's own the way they run things...
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    DREWBLUE, I have a source for Spectrum and Lingo....

    DREWBLUE, I have a source for Spectrum and Lingo. Email me.

    It is all Refurb, but have never had a problem with their stuff.
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    I used to use a Dial a Charge until I dropped it...

    I used to use a Dial a Charge until I dropped it :(

    But have been successful with putting a stubby hose with ball valve on the condenser, purging to the ball valve with vapor, then opening the...
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    Finding one would not be a problem, but after...

    Finding one would not be a problem, but after looking at what I personally could get and costs... (The Supco makes them that go to 240v, but a max of 10 mins On Delay), Might as well use the Paragon...
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    My diagram was for an all 240v system. ...

    My diagram was for an all 240v system. Contactor, RV, Switching relay and DOM are all 240 coils. (This is based on the "Fact" that was stated there is not 24v at the condenser) Most Heat Pumps check...
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