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    Chiller forum

    This is a good start to a new forum that we have needed for some time now. However, I would still like to see a dedicated forum for chillers in the pro members area with subforums for water cooled, aircooled, and centrifugal instead of chillers being a subforum in the general commercial area. But, hey...it's a start!
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    I would really love a section in the Pro forum because I'm trying very hard to increase my knowledge in this field.

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    second to both

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChillerWisperer View Post
    This is a good start to a new forum that we have needed for some time now. However, I would still like to see a dedicated forum for chillers in the pro members area with subforums for water cooled, aircooled, and centrifugal instead of chillers being a subforum in the general commercial area. But, hey...it's a start!
    Whine, whine, whine, whine.

    Ya gots your chiller forum, be happy with that.




    We are still waiting for out "Pro Refrigeration and Ice Making" forums.

    Maybe we can get a sub forum on Racks and a sub forum on secondary coolant systems, and a....


    Understand that I AM joking. I will stop by and read because, even though I haven't ever seen a big chiller and have nothing of value to add, I am interested in all things that make cold and thus am looking to advance my education on them.

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    ChillerWisperer, Good idea with the chiller forum, why didn't we think of that earlier! You have my vote for the pro forum. Keep up the good work.

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    thank you!

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    good job CW!!

    Thanks.
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    My new home away from home!!

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    Chiller Forum

    Thanks for this forum.
    I am sure when we all of us find out about it, we will all be very please to find chiller info in one place.

    THANKS, GLS

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    chiller forum

    Today is the first time I've seen this. I have some stuff to pass by you guys, given, the number of machines you must see. I would like to pass on some of my experiences, up here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Whine, whine, whine, whine.



    I will stop by and read because, even though I haven't ever seen a big chiller and have nothing of value to add, I am interested in all things that make cold and thus am looking to advance my education on them.


    jp,
    I am sure that you will have plenty to add. We all make things cold and a lot of our service techniques are the same. Also, sometimes a fresh perspective on an old problem can lick those problems.


    r404a

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