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  1. #27
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    that dont compare to the res units i put in
    u da man

  2. #28
    Originally posted by square2round
    That thing is crazily huge. That would be a great job to work on. Nothing in that size will ever come to our area. What type of establishment is that going in to?

    Its called an Intellipak. They are fairly common.
    One of the better units Trane makes....IMHO. Mostly used for larger office buildings.
    In honor of Murray Woodgate (aka Carnak) 1961 - 2010

  3. #29
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    Wink

    And here it is ... installed
    work to live not live to work

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    "And here it is ... installed "


    Wow, even the picture is big!
    Jason

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    Talking

    Bigger than life...my apologies sir.
    work to live not live to work

  6. #32
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    nice pic just dont drop any tools eh looks like they will be a pain to retrieve through the gang walk.

    Ben if you haven't had already put one of these in remember that the "floors" inside them are not load rated so be carefull in the filter or fan section if I remember correctly your Boys are pretty big

    no I didn't mean that in a rude way either
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  7. #33
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    Worked on a few of these

    Really well built units. The only downside to these intellipaks are the typical Trane scroll compressors.

  8. #34
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    Originally posted by airmax
    And here it is ... installed
    NO! This isn't it Airmax high jacked my thread.

  9. #35
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    Oh we all knew that..........

    You have a certain photographic quality that we all know and expect Benn. If you took the photo....... It would either have the Bennington Dildo or the shop that doesn't have a Carrier sign on it anymore in the background. Either that or you'll be back there inconspicuously hiding your FU finger!
    My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
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  10. #36

    Cool Re: Ha

    Originally posted by glennwith2ns
    Yer not foolin' anyone, thats for your deer camp ain't it?



    That looks like it could BE the deer camp!!

  11. #37
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    Lightbulb big unit

    it looks like a trane intellipak. that unit is very heavy.
    i worked for a trane dealer. Are they going to Get you a bigger crane or is the weather holding you up?

    Raymond Shortridge
    Ft myers, Florida

  12. #38
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    I "helped" set a 120 ton Trane unit that was similar to that, an older version on top of a 5 story building. 120 tons of air for just the common areas, halways and elevators.

    Believe it or not, it was hauled onto the roof by a choper. The thing was crazy looking, I wish I could find a picture of it, it had no real cargo area. It looked like it was designed to land stradling a mobile home or cargo container shaped structure. Huge motor, rotor and winches. All rigging and directing was handled by the company that was contracted to get it on the roof. We basicly just kept out of the way, I guess we had to be there to make the phone calls if they dropped it or something, heh.
    The only time I saw it after that was to change the filters.
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

  13. #39
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    Originally posted by Guy
    The "frozen crane" story is just an excuse. In reality, they figured that an 80 ton crane couldn't possibly lift a 90 ton trane...

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