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    Dead Multistack

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    Only three years old. Customer didn't want the chiller for this application. But where it is now it will never come out of the building.


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    I'm sure it can come out. Piece by piece

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    Sure it can. But they are not going to pay for it.


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    Hi everyone, Im doing a presentation on modular chillers and would like to know if anyone has any basic info that is not avaliable on the internet that I could use for my report. Its for an engineering class.Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Al79 View Post
    Hi everyone, Im doing a presentation on modular chillers and would like to know if anyone has any basic info that is not avaliable on the internet that I could use for my report. Its for an engineering class.Thanks.
    here's a tip.....don't put equipment in a space where it can't be serviced/removed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 71CHOPS View Post
    here's a tip.....don't put equipment in a space where it can't be serviced/removed!
    X2

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    This reminds me of a situation years ago:

    I used to do maintenance for a Chemistry lab off season (it closed a while back... lack of govt contracts).
    They bought a machine from a lab on the other side of town... I had to move it back. Had to cut a hole in the floor of the second story, bring the 650# machine through the hole on a forklift, then rebuild the floor.

    Yeah, NEVER build a machine into a building...
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