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  1. Thread: CRAC Mfg?

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    I still like Liebert over all.

    I still like Liebert over all.
  2. Thread: Liebert

    by TMS134
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    What voltage and phase?? Here is for 230 volt...

    What voltage and phase??

    Here is for 230 volt 1 phase and 3 phase. If you need 460 volt, let me know.
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    I went to the new training facility in Columbus,...

    I went to the new training facility in Columbus, Ohio for the ICOM control system and the DS units- It was well worth the trip. I would highly recommend it!!
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    Technical School while in High School - started...

    Technical School while in High School - started at about age 16, then co-op during the summer and after graduation full time. Started my own business at age 27 and was in business for 18 years until...
  5. Thread: gas code

    by TMS134
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    I believe 15 feet but not positive. I don't have...

    I believe 15 feet but not positive. I don't have a code book with me right now.
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    I'd like to cast my vote for thr Liebert DS...

    I'd like to cast my vote for thr Liebert DS system. They are very well designed and built. You can get it in either a semi-hermetic compressor ,scroll comp, or digital scroll comp. The digital...
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    More info needed. What was the outdoor temp? Is...

    More info needed. What was the outdoor temp? Is there a fan speed control for the condenser motor for cool weather operation?
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    Check the sensor in the drain pan for high water/...

    Check the sensor in the drain pan for high water/ clogged drain line. I had a similar problem and there isn't a fault code for it.
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    John and I work for the same company. In...

    John and I work for the same company. In addition, I will add that they also bring in some companies and train a group of us onsite at our training room.
    I was sent to Liebert in Columbus last year...
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    The boiler was a Fulton Thermal Fluid Heater. ...

    The boiler was a Fulton Thermal Fluid Heater. Starts at 2,400,000 btu's and goes up to 20,000,000 btu's.

    http://www.fulton.com/products/productprofile.php?ptc=th&uid=20



    Also, the control...
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    Not quite sure how to explain them. I just worked...

    Not quite sure how to explain them. I just worked on a thermal fluid boiler that used a servo gas valve and a servo for the combustion air shutter. The servo operates off a computer network signal...
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    Thats how you learn........and the best thing is...

    Thats how you learn........and the best thing is that you are getting paid to learn!!:grin2::grin2:
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    What controller is the unit using?? Is it ICOM??...

    What controller is the unit using?? Is it ICOM??
    If it is a ICOM system then Domcort is 100% correct.
  14. Thread: McQuay or AAON

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    I vote for McQuay. I have never had any good...

    I vote for McQuay. I have never had any good experiences with AAON.
  15. Thread: noisey scroll

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    Also, don't change the phase rotation as...

    Also, don't change the phase rotation as suggested. You have 100 psi discharge and 5 psi suction so that means it is pumping. By reversing rotation, you would have similar pressures and noise.
  16. Thread: noisey scroll

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    I'm not sure how much of the refrigerant charge...

    I'm not sure how much of the refrigerant charge that you got in to it, but having 5 psi suction is not good with scroll compressors. The minumum for operating is 15 psi or else the scrolls will self...
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    Yes......very important wherever you work because...

    Yes......very important wherever you work because the employers insurance company can decline covering you to drive the company vehicle if you have a bad driving record. If you can't drive a company...
  18. I had the same thing this summer. Fan proof was...

    I had the same thing this summer. Fan proof was good. It happened randomly and caught it shut down twice while amping the motor and you could restart it and it would run another day or two. Turns out...
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    We have been pretty busy all winter up to now....

    We have been pretty busy all winter up to now. This is the normal slowdown/changeover time and will get busy soon. never less than 40 hours a week. we are a heavy maintenance based company and it...
  20. Glad that you got the email. The website is the...

    Glad that you got the email. The website is the company website and we access it everyday, I don't know why it would crash your computer. just incase I messed it up, here it is again....
  21. Email Sent!!

    Email Sent!!
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    Haven't heard anything!!!..........How did you...

    Haven't heard anything!!!..........How did you make out????
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    Sound like a slight restriction or TXV issue. ...

    Sound like a slight restriction or TXV issue. With only 60 degree water and operating in cooling mode with the discharge at 280, the head pressure should be deffinately lower. Is there a filter...
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    Exactly!! I was thinking that they were running...

    Exactly!! I was thinking that they were running the second fan in too low of an outdoor temp and the chain of events follow!!! Freezing coil, oil not returning, etc..etc.
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    You stated that it freezes when it gets cold...

    You stated that it freezes when it gets cold outside........At what temp does the 2nd condenser fan cut out at? Usually the first fan operates off of a p66 head pressure control- how is it...
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