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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptemko View Post
    The only set I have seen in the wholesalers around here is the Yellow Jacket version. The only 2 refrigerants I use are R22 and R410A. I think that 90% of my calls are still R22 so I think I will pick up the Yellow Jacket set this spring. I have read all the info on the digi cools but have never seen any around here. I also don't want to put out that type of money on 2 sets for the 2 refrigerants.

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    Twilli is very happy with his YJ
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    I have only had the 1250 for a couple of weeks. They have been easy to use and built well. Since I do not plan on using them to pull a vacuum I just put them on a standard YJ manifold. It makes them a little lighter and less cumbersome.

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    Are there a pair of digital guages that read the temp of the gas without addtional clamp on probes to calculate sh and sc? That is the only reason I was wanting to get a pair.
    Some people know the cost of everything but the value of nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdharris68 View Post
    Are there a pair of digital guages that read the temp of the gas without addtional clamp on probes to calculate sh and sc? That is the only reason I was wanting to get a pair.
    You need to rethink your question. How would you calculate sub cooling when taking pressure at discharge service valve and calculating subcooling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reeferman View Post
    You need to rethink your question. How would you calculate sub cooling when taking pressure at discharge service valve and calculating subcooling?
    90% of the equipment I touch has an access valve in the liquid side of the system. I avoid discharge port's if at all possible, usually have to fix leaks there though.
    Some people know the cost of everything but the value of nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdharris68 View Post
    Are there a pair of digital guages that read the temp of the gas without addtional clamp on probes to calculate sh and sc? That is the only reason I was wanting to get a pair.

    gas is not going through the guages, how is it going to measure temp?????

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    do they just stop at 30" of mercury? if not how low does it go?
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