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  1. #53
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    Originally posted by Diceman
    That's cold Itsy, really cold.
    I know it's about 33* today. Real cold for me Hey maybe he can get us a deal
    Not what it use to be

  2. #54
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    Feliz Navidad

  3. #55
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    Thank you,Don.
    And, thank you, BOSS. And your family, (for allowing you to spend the time and resources).

    Marry Christmas and may ALL have a good new year.
    And may God bless all.


    Sincerely,
    Yuma

    What is snow? Is it that white stuff in a freezer?

  4. #56
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    Don,

    As the song goes, "Have a happy Texas Christmas, y'all!"

    Daily, I give thanks for your efforts. I spread the HVAC-Talk gospel to those knucklheaded students of mine. Some day they will see the light.

    It's been a good year and much of it is due to this site
    (gosh, I need a life!?!)

    Blessings to you and yours,
    Prof. Koldenhott
    HVAC Instructor

    "Those that CAN...teach...
    PASSIONATELY!"

  5. #57
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    Merry Christmas Don! Thanks for the great year! I hope you and your family are blessed with a wonderful holiday.

  6. #58
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    Don you are Blessed and well Loved for trhe obvious reasons, thank you for everything.
    Richard
    If you think our goverment is screwed up. You haven't lived in another country.

  7. #59
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    Don

    From our family to yours a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

    Many thanks for your efforts. Awesome site!

    Merry Christmas Everyone!
    work to live not live to work

  8. #60
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    Merry Christmas to Don and Family, and everyone else reading this, too!

    (Especially Roboteq )

  9. #61
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    Thumbs up Thanks and Merry X'mas

    Don,
    I'm new to the posting thing here on the site. But i've been a reader on the site for along time. I love the site and would like to say thank you for all the work you and everyone does to keep it clean and informative.

    I recently posted a very general question about static pressure in ducts and the sizing that goes along with that topic. I guess I got the answer that I thought I would get.
    The manual J and the manual D, was basically the answer I got.

    I guess I was trying find out a short cut.

    More or less. After we take and load the house with the manual J and have the size of the unit needed and the total cfm. Can we just take the acca ductulator and assume a .08 static for the supply, .05 static for the return and size for rigid duct and come out somewhat to the good?

    Or "must" we layout the duct by adding up the total equivalent feet and determine the actual pressure drop for the duct, and then go to the manufacturer specs. for the fan performance and etc....???

    Is there a short cut? or would we be cutting the customer short of what they are paying for and not get the performance out of the system that we promised them?

    Just looking for some feed back on this matter. Thanks and again Merry Christmas!!!!!

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    Thumbs up

    ~~~JOYEUX NOEL A TOUS.~~~



    Don't interrupt me while i'm talking to myself

  11. #63
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    Re: Thanks and Merry X'mas

    Originally posted by basics
    Don,
    I'm new to the posting thing here on the site. But i've been a reader on the site for along time. I love the site and would like to say thank you for all the work you and everyone does to keep it clean and informative.

    I recently posted a very general question about static pressure in ducts and the sizing that goes along with that topic. I guess I got the answer that I thought I would get.
    The manual J and the manual D, was basically the answer I got.

    I guess I was trying find out a short cut.

    More or less. After we take and load the house with the manual J and have the size of the unit needed and the total cfm. Can we just take the acca ductulator and assume a .08 static for the supply, .05 static for the return and size for rigid duct and come out somewhat to the good?

    Or "must" we layout the duct by adding up the total equivalent feet and determine the actual pressure drop for the duct, and then go to the manufacturer specs. for the fan performance and etc....???

    Is there a short cut? or would we be cutting the customer short of what they are paying for and not get the performance out of the system that we promised them?

    Just looking for some feed back on this matter. Thanks and again Merry Christmas!!!!!
    Manual J, D, & S you should already have and if you don't, get them.

    You don't have a profile so what do you know about hvac?

    Start a new thread

  12. #64
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    Originally posted by gerryboy00
    ~~~JOYEUX NOEL A TOUS.~~~



    YEAH! What Gerry said...































    He didn't call me a name there, did he?

  13. #65
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    Hope you have a great holiday season, I am surprised this went 6 pages and Dice hasn't hijacked it.

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