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  1. #14
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    lol yeah it took me awhile to get my previous co workers to understand temp glide. They have several 407c wall mount/pressurization units on some power houses in a refinery and they thought they could use R-22 PT Chart on there gauges for it.

  2. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greend88 View Post
    lol yeah it took me awhile to get my previous co workers to understand temp glide. They have several 407c wall mount/pressurization units on some power houses in a refinery and they thought they could use R-22 PT Chart on there gauges for it.
    Good thing my ak900s pointed this out to me or I would've undercharged the unit. It was cooling well when i left 18* drop with a TXV mismatched indoor/outdoor.

  3. #16
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    I noticed this with R422d I think it has a 13 degree glide.

    Takes some getting used to, but you'll get it.

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