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    Some of my stuff from last week.

    Mr slim and a system change. Busy ass week with other stuff as well.

    Changeout sure wasn't my neatest….






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    Looks good


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    Neat thing you did with the linehide and the wiring.

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    Not being negative, but I would have ripped out all of the ducting around that furnace and moved it back, getting rid of that insane return duct. However this is just something I like to do, I have a fully equipped sheet metal shop. I usually pitch sealing all the ducting as part of the redo. You would be surprised how the load can be reduced by getting rid of 40% duct leakage rate most jobs seem to have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtticAce View Post
    Not being negative, but I would have ripped out all of the ducting around that furnace and moved it back, getting rid of that insane return duct. However this is just something I like to do, I have a fully equipped sheet metal shop. I usually pitch sealing all the ducting as part of the redo. You would be surprised how the load can be reduced by getting rid of 40% duct leakage rate most jobs seem to have.
    Then you'd have to change up and tap into all those supply runs. That equals money, with no real benefit other than a straighter return.

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    Looks damn nice from where I stand. I wouldn't change a thing you're doing there bud. Keep up the good work.


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    looks top notch to me good work

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtticAce View Post
    Not being negative, but I would have ripped out all of the ducting around that furnace and moved it back, getting rid of that insane return duct. However this is just something I like to do, I have a fully equipped sheet metal shop. I usually pitch sealing all the ducting as part of the redo. You would be surprised how the load can be reduced by getting rid of 40% duct leakage rate most jobs seem to have.
    Yeah we got a custom duct shop too… only so much I can do, budget is only so much… Only a 2 ton system, plenty of airflow, 8x24 drop…

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    Looks good to me,would`ve done the same thing.
    I love overtime I just hate working for it.

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    Interesting beauty gutter thingy for the line set and the electrical. Looks nice.

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    Work looks great.. I'm from the south and work on commercial and industrial cooling equipment.. Is the 2"(or whatever size) PVC for the combustion and exhaust air??

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    2" yes, one for exhaust, one for intake...

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    Is it just schedule 40? Thanks for the reply

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