Quote Originally Posted by FixItRight View Post
You don't want to vacuum out a puddle of water is right, but why would you have that much water in your system in the first place. Seems like he is working on splits under 5 ton for the most part and that should not have that much water in them from just being open for a repair or having a leak.
I went to the shop to grab some copper for a bushing, two peices of tubing were the same size, i come back to van, sprinkler zone fired up, flooded van, all my tools, and i know a few table spoons of water got in the linset.....grrrrrrr


Quote Originally Posted by ICanHas View Post
How old is the oil in vacuum? some here say that oil should be changed after each encounter with a wet system.
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In any case, you can't dry wet POE like you can mineral.
Previous worker in this field was changing once a month, which is sometimes 30 Vacs. I do it everytime, sometimes after the 2nd or 3rd vac per job.....