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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
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    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?
    How to make the perfect "Half-Hitch" knot or any other boyscout knot in 3 easy steps...

    1. Remove your meter leads from the meter and very carefully return them to their storage case or bag.
    2. Wait 2 seconds
    3. Very carefully remove your meter leads from their storage place and enjoy your new knot!

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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.
    How to make the perfect "Half-Hitch" knot or any other boyscout knot in 3 easy steps...

    1. Remove your meter leads from the meter and very carefully return them to their storage case or bag.
    2. Wait 2 seconds
    3. Very carefully remove your meter leads from their storage place and enjoy your new knot!

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