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  1. #1
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    Infinity Hybrid Heat,Zoning,Air Purifiers and more

    Indoor Equipment is in a second floor conditioned mechanical room.All zone dampers(5) are located in the room.
    Mostly Metal duct in the mech. room,to support dampers and air purifiers.

    .35 ESP at 1750 cfms with all zones calling.

    Our service techs say,this where all indoor equipment should be located!!


    ERV also serves as ducted exhaust for bathrooms.UVC lights in the coil.

    Oh,and extensive use of turning vanes in 90° elbows.
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    Last edited by dash; 12-11-2007 at 04:03 PM.

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    Beautiful!

    Didn't think you knew what a gas furnace was

    What is that contraption above the outdoor unit?

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    Thanks

    We barely know what one is,usually install 80% models.Metal duct,although just in the mech. room,is found even less than gas furnaces.

    Above the ODU is two tankless gas water heaters,one for the Whirlpool tub and master,one for the rest of the home and guest house above the two car garage.I don't care for the location,of course no one asked us either.
    Last edited by dash; 12-11-2007 at 04:02 PM.

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    Nice job there.. and you got a 90% going down there!?

    I am not sure about the tankless there.. wonder if the air flow will interfer with the burners?

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    Nice work but two issues I would like to point out.
    1. Glue joints on the furnace look sloppy. Minor point.

    2. 3 gas regulators without vent relief installed too close to a point of ignition is a MAJOR issue here, might be O.K. there but whovever did the gas should double check.
    Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

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    25HNA6 or 25HNA9? Just curious. Excellent job; you guys do good work. I like the ductwork. Can you explain how the ERV serves as bathroom exhaust? I guess you mean that when the ERV is running, the bathroom air is being exhausted to outside?

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    Piping by the gas company,bit we check.

    25HNA6 installed.

    ERV is exhaust ducts are duted to baths,when switched on in any bath or turned on by the Infinity control,exhaust air is always from the bathroms.

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    Are there two air cleaners there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanHughes View Post
    Are there two air cleaners there?

    Yes,half the total cfm thru each one ,solely to reduce the ESP of the system and keep the duct sizes reasonable.

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    And just when I was convinced that every residential shop in the state of Florida was comprised of hacks, butchers, and low-bidders running out flex duct and mixing boxes by the truckload....

    Dash came along and not only proved me wrong, but gave me hope for the future of the HVAC business in FL.

    Nice job!

    P.S. Just my opinion, but that Fasson 0810 tape looks ugly as hell on the insulation. Try some 0802.

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    You need to learn how to take better pictures...I can't make apples or oranges outta them...I can't see how some see this as being beautiful...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2hot2coolme View Post
    You need to learn how to take better pictures...I can't make apples or oranges outta them...I can't see how some see this as being beautiful...

    Maybe ,take another look,no apples there.hehe

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    Dash, nice work indeed...Just curious as to why you insulated the condensate line in a conditioned room in Florida? Personally I think it makes it look better, but was there another reason ?

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