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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danimal535 View Post
    I would not buy digital gauges unless you are verry carefull with them I would break them in a week. I dont have the time to put them away and then take them out for every service call I just hang my gauges on my cage in the truck digitals will get beat
    What kind of anolog set do you have that is tougher than a good set of digitals

    I'd like to try them but I wouldn't want to waist anymore money on a Analog Set and break them in a week

    Quote Originally Posted by hvacrmedic View Post
    If you broke the Digi-cool it would be because you took a sledge hammer to them.
    Medic You obviously haven't seen the hammer test yet

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    The guys that are using the Digi-cools do you have 2 sets one for R22 and one for R410A or do you just use the 1 set for everything and what do you do after each call if using different refrigerant.

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    I bought two to have them seperate. I just don't want any excuses that thier was contamination between the two.

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    Same manifolds for everything, oil retention in the manifold itself would be zilch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptemko View Post
    The guys that are using the Digi-cools do you have 2 sets one for R22 and one for R410A or do you just use the 1 set for everything and what do you do after each call if using different refrigerant.
    I use the same set for everything. Just a quick nitrogen purge between refers. I keep my nitrogen tank easily accessible on the back of my truck. Don't even have to pull it out to purge....takes about a minute...
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    Don't know if the You Tube screen will display if not try the link.


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    I bought the refco digimons, before reading the horror stories on here, mine still work, but guarantee they will not take much abuse, they don't look too tough. I did wreck the sensor right away, but the gauges still function.(Well at least they did in the fall, will see this spring)
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    Digi Cool

    And the take a beating better then analog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacrmedic View Post
    Good. FWIW, none of us is getting compensation for these kind words in favor of the Digi-cools. They simply are that friggin good. Best gauges ever! Wish I'd have found out about them a long time ago. As far as I know I'm still the only one in my area that owns a set. That's mostly due to nobody being exposed to them. The supply houses sell Mastercools and Refcos, which are both junk. Sad, very sad.
    sounds like you live in my neighborhood
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    Quote Originally Posted by EverettsHVAC View Post
    I bought two to have them seperate. I just don't want any excuses that thier was contamination between the two.
    HUH? what'ya doin blood work up there???

    what's going to cross contaminate??


    i think you just wanted an excuse to own two sets

    that's it LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by I_bend_metal View Post
    I use the same set for everything. Just a quick nitrogen purge between refers. I keep my nitrogen tank easily accessible on the back of my truck. Don't even have to pull it out to purge....takes about a minute...
    purge with nitro lmao

    purge with the next refer is much much faster
    If Guns Kill People, Do Pencils Misspell Words?

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  12. #25
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    I have not seen any around here in Hamilton Ontario. I did see the Yellow Jacket version at Totaline. They are asking $710CDN for them.

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    Do they sell the Digi Cool here in Canada and if they do who sells them and what price range are they selling them for.

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