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    Oceanfront condensers

    Im bored so I thought I would share some of my pic collection, I know a lot of you guys never get to see anything like this, might have posted a few of these before







    Its a Bristol


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    Thumbs up

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    Hah

    That Goodman second from left in the 5th picture up looks relatively new.
    "There is no greater inequality than the equal treatment of unequals."

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    Carrier has a Coast Guard condenser for use in salt air.
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    Postcard from Death Row.
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    So do they just keep operating them until the head goes through the roof and shorts out the compressor or evap temps are so high due to low subcooling they just don't cool anymore? I suspect they still hold the charge?

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    Wow

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    Quote Originally Posted by BergerMech Rob View Post
    That Goodman second from left in the 5th picture up looks relatively new.
    Yeah, the Payne in the center was the one I was taking the picture of

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbghdg View Post
    So do they just keep operating them until the head goes through the roof and shorts out the compressor or evap temps are so high due to low subcooling they just don't cool anymore? I suspect they still hold the charge?
    Yes, we change a lot of them due to high head pressure/no cooling, units usually last 4-7 years here, some brands hold up better than others, you get to see who makes quality coils here at least

    The Carrier coastal unit doesnt do that well either, Goodman outperforms them in many cases

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    Yikes, makes for guaranteed work though!

    Has anyone tried the Maytag with the Stainless case on it? I think the fins are still aluminum though.

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    Now I know why I want to move near the coast, job security.

    I guess you won't see any crackheads stealing the coils from those.

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