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    Its Amprobe and to add to the conversation Im...

    Its Amprobe and to add to the conversation Im quite a Fluke persosn, I ordered a 902 and then decided to return it for an Amprobe ACA51NAV and I am very happy with the purchase. The amprobe is well...
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    When I spoke with Bacharach regarding the H10Pro...

    When I spoke with Bacharach regarding the H10Pro I was told the the unit is the same as the h10pm outside of the pump being used. The rep explained to me that the pump was redesigned with tighter...
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    The only care and maintenance the AK-900 and the...

    The only care and maintenance the AK-900 and the DRSA I have had since 2007 needs is a new battery every 6 months.
    That is it!
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    I just replaced my scale. I bought the Accutools...

    I just replaced my scale. I bought the Accutools DS-220R, great design and well built.
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    Jim you are correct in an ideal world , but not...

    Jim you are correct in an ideal world , but not practical in the field. It is very common to read suction pressure at one point and temps at the outlet of each evap when dealing with multiple evaps...
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    How is it that you are a professional member?

    How is it that you are a professional member?
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    You wont be unhappy, I have been using mine for a...

    You wont be unhappy, I have been using mine for a few years now.
  8. Thread: Fluke 9040

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    You may want to give this one some consideration....

    You may want to give this one some consideration. This is the one I use and I have been happy with it....
  9. What refrigerant were you testing with? If you...

    What refrigerant were you testing with? If you were testing with a HCFC then you will probably see the TEK MATE hit on smaller leaks compared to other IR detectors including the FP. Most heated...
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    Call Bacharach and see how much it will be to...

    Call Bacharach and see how much it will be to repair it!
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    The Extech? Yes.

    The Extech? Yes.
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    I have this one and it works well. I am a Fluke...

    I have this one and it works well. I am a Fluke person but I couldn't justify $300.00 for a Chinese made fluke so I went with the Extech and I'm quite happy with it. You can pull it off Amazon for...
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    Heat the receiver to see what the real level is...

    Heat the receiver to see what the real level is and compare to your reading.
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    Tripple A or AAA. Super great little unit!

    Tripple A or AAA. Super great little unit!
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    Enjoy your videos.

    Enjoy your videos.
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    I'm a blue collar worker just like Doug and I...

    I'm a blue collar worker just like Doug and I will support people like me. I will no longer be purchasing thru TruTech Tools.
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    Hmmmm, This is a real kick in the a$$ for Doug. ...

    Hmmmm, This is a real kick in the a$$ for Doug. In my conversations with Doug his iDRSA was to have most of these same features, including the name (iDRSA, iManifold).

    It is my opinion and just...
  18. I have two of the manifolds and I have not had...

    I have two of the manifolds and I have not had any issues with either outside of the ball valve bleeding through but that is a simple adjustment on the end of side of the manifold.
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    I have to agree this is the best assessment yet....

    I have to agree this is the best assessment yet. I agree 100% with timebuilder. It looks more like rickl is not confident in himself and wants to take no risk by presenting such a scheme.
  20. Thread: Polycold

    by AirTechMech
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    I never experienced leaks in the bundle but I...

    I never experienced leaks in the bundle but I have had leaks on Parker fittings connecting to the process on eyeglass lens coating equipment for Essilor and Zeiss equipment. These leaks were real...
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    Replace the thermobanks

    Replace the thermobanks
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    Testo 605 H2 is my choice. I have both the testo...

    Testo 605 H2 is my choice. I have both the testo 605 H2 and the fluke 971.
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    sw_lv2005, what is your email address. The email...

    sw_lv2005, what is your email address. The email address in your profile is not valid.
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    That is why it is commonly known in the trade as...

    That is why it is commonly known in the trade as a packing gland. I can't believe this wasn't known!
  25. Looks like a polycold auto-cascade and not a...

    Looks like a polycold auto-cascade and not a blast chiller.
  26. Not really, its just anything self contained is a...

    Not really, its just anything self contained is a PITA.
  27. Same here

    Same here
  28. N2fords advice is 100% spot on. Check your...

    N2fords advice is 100% spot on. Check your heater calibration on your H-10. I have the H10-PM, the D-tek select, the TiF-ZX and FP SLR2, my preference is the D-Tek Select, but the H10 is my second...
  29. It sounds like something is wrong with your leak...

    It sounds like something is wrong with your leak detector. Time to invest into a new one!
  30. I also have to disagree with you on this. I too...

    I also have to disagree with you on this. I too have found leaks not worth fixing leak testing this very same way.
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    No, that very small delay was caused by the leak...

    No, that very small delay was caused by the leak reference being set to such a small leak .1 oz/ year, the fan blowing the sample and that you have to keep the wand moving with IR for the...
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    In using many different leak detectors my go to...

    In using many different leak detectors my go to preference is the infrared Dtek Select. I have used the H10PM, Tif ZX, FP SLR2, among others and I always come back to the dtek select as my primary...
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    It is designed in the Melbourne, Florida USA by...

    It is designed in the Melbourne, Florida USA by Bill Williams the president of Twin Rivers Engineering but manufactured in the PRC.
    Oh, the Inficon is designed and manufactured in the USA.
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    My comments were not indicating the SLR2 is good...

    My comments were not indicating the SLR2 is good or bad, just meant as matter of fact.
    But if you are interested in my opinion the SLR2 is really a good performer comparable to the Inficon Dtek...
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    It's not Fieldpiece technology or design. This...

    It's not Fieldpiece technology or design. This device is designed and made by http://twinriversengineering.com and also private labeled for Robinair.

    Proudly made in the PRC.
  36. You mean a Digi-Cool 1200 badged as yj.

    You mean a Digi-Cool 1200 badged as yj.
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    I have the 1200 since around 2006-2007 and the...

    I have the 1200 since around 2006-2007 and the 1250 from what ever year that came out, in and around 2009 and I also have the AK900 since it cam out November of 2011.
    Let there be no fear in your...
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    What is this worth?

    What is this worth?
  39. Therein lies the problem!!!! You can lead a...

    Therein lies the problem!!!!
    You can lead a horse, but!!!!
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    Use both of them on any and as many refrigerants...

    Use both of them on any and as many refrigerants as you want.
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    My BluVac is still chugging along just fine since...

    My BluVac is still chugging along just fine since early 2011. I'm a happy camper!
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    What carrier has their own HVAC Tech's? I do...

    What carrier has their own HVAC Tech's? I do quite a bit of work for the #1 carrier.
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    If you like the H10 then as a back up I'd...

    If you like the H10 then as a back up I'd recommend the Tif ZX.
    On the repair I would recommend emailing or calling Bacharach to see what their charge for repair would be.
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    I'll have to agree with the Testo 510

    I'll have to agree with the Testo 510
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    And this is why I support DC, supporting a fellow...

    And this is why I support DC, supporting a fellow tech is a great thing but what's better than supporting a fellow tech is, supporting a fellow tech who has invested beyond comprehension into this...
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    Just read!!!! You decide!!!

    Just read!!!! You decide!!!
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    Forgot the quote

    Forgot the quote
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    My DRSA1250 is from 2007 and my AK900 is from...

    My DRSA1250 is from 2007 and my AK900 is from November of 2011. So what exactly do you mean?
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    Yes, the only prerequisite to using them...

    Yes, the only prerequisite to using them is......"beat the crap out of them" You cant hurt them even if trying....no need to calibrate anything, just use them and enjoy having the toughest and best...
  50. The suction pressure will be the same for all 3...

    The suction pressure will be the same for all 3 unless there is an epr installed. So just take superheat readings at each evap and identify what evap has a flooding txv if indeed there is one. if...
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