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    trane roof top

    This was one of the tightest duct jobs I have ever done. Going back tomorrow to finish. I hope the return air works out 16+12 sq to 12+12 radius 90 and a 16+12 to 16+10 transition to install. 30,000 btu cooling. Any comments, suggestions welcome.
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    ummmm.....biting my tong

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    I always say, if i'm confused, then so is the air. Good luck with the airflow.

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    trane roof top

    the return and supply are on the wrong sides on one unit the other was ok, one of my suggestions to the boss was to install the unit on the other side on a new curb. there will be a sheet metal cover (dog house) over the ducts I will post completed job tomorrow.

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    couldn't do a curb adapter and use the vertical discharge?. i know that you have to do what the boss wants and the customer pays for but, thats like the air hitting a brick wall imho

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    Quote Originally Posted by ascj View Post
    I always say, if i'm confused, then so is the air. Good luck with the airflow.
    i like that saying
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