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  1. #1
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    more of my job pictures

    lennox horizontal installed over a breakroom at the Ameren UE office, all they had before was PTAC units.
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    Very nice and clean job there.. Keep it up.

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    Looks top notch. Keep up the great work (and pictures too ).

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    Very nice. too bad you had to put the cu right by the door and window, but looks nice anyway.
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    nice job... like the wet switches. hate those floats.

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    looks good

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    Talking more of my job pictures

    Grate job but the sealtite is a bit tightly zip tied to the line set.
    other than that first rate job

    Quote Originally Posted by tech110 View Post
    lennox horizontal installed over a breakroom at the Ameren UE office, all they had before was PTAC units.

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    Is that wood the unit is sitting on? How bout insulation on the primary?
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    I like neat ref. piping. Filter drier?

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    you never have to clean the drain on this unit because they will always change the filter

  11. #11
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    yeah, it is sitting on wood. treated landscape timbers cut to legnth.......not my choice, it is how the boss wants them installed horizontal.

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    The side clearance to combustibles when installed horiz. in the install instructions is what i go by.

    have you ever serviced any of these (units install on cut logs), looks like a good place for a wet switch i can't see how it could maintain its level.

    Quote Originally Posted by tech110 View Post
    yeah, it is sitting on wood. treated landscape timbers cut to legnth.......not my choice, it is how the boss wants them installed horizontal.

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    Thumbs up

    I like it! Real neat
    Sorry - yesterday was the deadline for all complaints.

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