I do hvac in a steel mill. Our caster section has a torch pulpit. There are 2 package 3 ton Trane units on the roof of the pulpit. Its a new pulpit and the units are less than a year old. the engineer of this project never bothered to ask for our opinion on anything regarding the sizing or location etc of the system to use. The roof of the booth is about 30' from the billet cooling bed. Even on a cool day, the ambient temp in that area reaches 140°f atleast. Inside the booth, when the a/cs arent on, you cant even touch the walls. The plastic covering on the ceiling lights all melts off...THAT HOT.
In less than 6 months we went through 3 blower motors, and 5 run caps.
All from wires melting.
When they ask me why this keeps happening??
Is it feasable to simply say..."Thats easy, just like I said from the start when you didnt ask me my opinion..Because ITS TOO F***** HOT UP THERE"