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    I'm with you SLCTECH. I have 4 of these!Name:  ImageUploadedByTapatalk1348833480.736600.jpg
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    Brilliant

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    Quote Originally Posted by drife678 View Post
    Brilliant
    X2

    Ill be adding these to my arsenal

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    You know I started with these, but there are so many times I couldn't connect to a system for what ever reason because of the stubby solid connection, that is why I dumped the fitting and added a the hose instead.

    Quote Originally Posted by hydra View Post
    I'm with you SLCTECH. I have 4 of these!Name:  ImageUploadedByTapatalk1348833480.736600.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravity View Post
    I use my digicool ak900. have hoses with ball valves. after i take my readings i close the ball valves, remove both hoses from ports and hook liquid line hose to suction valve and suck it back in. on PM's my company says check temp split. i have seen plenty of units with good deltas but overcharged, undercharged, bad txvs, etc.....
    Do you purge the liquid hose with the suction before you hook up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slctech View Post
    You know I started with these, but there are so many times I couldn't connect to a system for what ever reason because of the stubby solid connection, that is why I dumped the fitting and added a the hose instead.
    I gotcha. I'm using them on flexible service valves for refrigeration so I'm able to bend them a little as necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slctech View Post
    ...Gauge does upto 800psi so covers the spectrum of 99% of what I would attach it to...
    what are you working on 1% of the time where the pressure is over 800 psig?
    Don't step on my favorite part of the Constitution just to point out your favorite part.

    Political Correctness is forced on you because you have forgotten decency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayguy View Post
    what are you working on 1% of the time where the pressure is over 800 psig?
    CNG compressors, I have been servicing and maintaining numerous CNG compression equipment for years. From residential FuelMaker systems to Gas Station rack systems.....3000psi plus...so this could count as my 1%

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    Quote Originally Posted by slctech View Post
    CNG compressors, I have been servicing and maintaining numerous CNG compression equipment for years. From residential FuelMaker systems to Gas Station rack systems.....3000psi plus...so this could count as my 1%
    that would do it.
    Don't step on my favorite part of the Constitution just to point out your favorite part.

    Political Correctness is forced on you because you have forgotten decency.

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