Type: Posts; User: wptski
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Maybe not a standard ball valve but it is a ball valve!
I use CPS ball valves, not ones attached to hoses and even ran a little test comparing them to an Appion CRT. Look at Post #3 in the...
What do you think is used in an Appion CRT which holds a vacuum?
Whatever is used has to be smaller than the ID of the bearing but it would depend on the situation itself. A picture would help.
So after 24 hold time, what's good and what's bad? Mostly read/heard about holding below 500 microns for thirty minutes.
I have always had access to a lathe so I just machine a piece of steel to fit the hollow shaft and use a center drill bit to put a hole on center to keep the jacking screw point on center. On solid...
A NCV's ability to show ghost voltage can be an advantage in some trades but maybe not HVAC.
A high impedance meter DMM will show ghost voltage as well as a NCV. A DMM with a Low-Z function will...
You could use this as well: http://www.fluke.com/fluke/usen/hvac-iaq-tools/pressure/pv350.htm?PID=56634. I have both.
Ah! It does have a low DC mV input!
A temperature attachment for the Fluke 375? Like what?
They will show stray or ghost voltage.
Not just any rubber. They sell different rated by voltage sets of rubber gloves that come with leather gloves worn over the rubber to take the abrasions.
That's true but some companies require this test and if caught not doing it, you are out of a job. I know some electricians that string a extension cord from known live circuit to verify with.
Live-dead-live test should be used before using "any" meter or tester is used but how many do this? I'm guilty myself of not always doing this.
First, apply a voltage tester to a known live...
It should. I've used it on many forums for years
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Thanks for the reply!
Not the same at all. Death Sticks don't test leads. Should "only" be used for checking the presence of voltage but "never" to lack of.
I think they mean a meter that has the non-contact feature built in.
They do call them "Death Sticks" for a reason!
What happens with the use of R744 which is CO2 and blends they are working on that are part CO2?
Water alone doesn't pit brass, it's the chlorine residual from refrigerants with it that causes the pitting.
Fluke doesn't have their own internet forum, it's a User's forum hosted by Fluke although a few Fluke employees did post there. Since Oracle redid the site and made it one of the most difficult...
That's one good reason to use POE which can be used instead of PAG oil.
That's true but the headquarters of Amprobe is listed as Everett, WA the home of Fluke. You see the same for Meterman which they bought also.
Amprobe is owned by Fluke now. I have Fluke, AEMC and Extech products.