It is 2013. Sometimes you read about practices from the past and
people mindlessly keep doing what they learned 20 years prior.
I don't want to be such a victim.
After a residential-sized compressor burnout, do people
still ALWAYS install suction-line filter-driers?
Do the acid neutralizer products and modern liquid line filter-drier-"Kleaners"
somehow eliminate that need?
In the past, our shop has been reluctant to install the suction line filters
because of perceived customer objection to the additional cost of removing
the thing a week later. I just want to get a feel for common SUCCESSFUL
practice. Thank you.
Edit: I'm admittedly posting this because I think that installing a suction
line filter aimed at acid cleanup might have saved some repeated visits