Type: Posts; User: steveoo
How many of you have apprentices out there?
Is the lunch ok?
Don't rule out Daiken.
never work in the rain
I bet the kink in suction line won't help
there nice, they work very well,to many hose's and valve's to deal with.
was not a belt drive,maybe coupled to a motor?
Company vans are worth about 4 grand a year,you won't have put in your car for gas and maintenance.That should be part of your salary,or load and unload tool's every day on the clock.
Only to get the boot off my van.
I won a sarrett dail indcator for 65.New cost 250
No work in Florida??, Orlando,Bartow,Lakeland,Tampa.It's out there if really want it.
All the time,Never had a problem.
A pond or stream would work.
Then they can leave phone at job or home.
What ever lead's you use be sure to test them often.Before you start troubleshooting.
I know area well,worked at some jobs down town and St Pete area,Left 2006,for the carolina's
you must work tampa bay trane
don't take a chance,recover gas purge line,braze new fitting and live to talk about it.
some accumulator's have a small hole in bottom of u tube to bring back oil.
I used a 5F20 open drive for year's.
3 to 4 deg.control band,greater delta T higher control band, 0.5 pulldown rate,7to 10 deg.start up. 1to1.5 shutdown works pretty good.240sec interstage time.[time between stage's]
old unite left on roof ,or it's not set on a curb
check oil with both compresser's off,when they run gas is pulled throuh oil equlizer line from lag compresser,and pulling oil into crankcase,try closeing ball valve on eq line that will show how much...
and you wounder where mearsa come's from!
How do you calibrate your digital gauge?