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    New to forum. R-407?

    hey, new to the forum here. been in the hvac industry since i was a little kid. currently working in the supermarket field. anybody been messing with r-407 yet?

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    Welcome here!

    I'm the wrong one to ask about R407.

    The guys over in the Refrigeration forum could tell you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tight knot View Post
    hey, new to the forum here. been in the hvac industry since i was a little kid. currently working in the supermarket field. anybody been messing with r-407 yet?
    Get your post count to 15 and go pro.

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    yea im trying to get my post count up. looking forward to some of the information i can learn through the forum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tight knot View Post
    yea im trying to get my post count up. looking forward to some of the information i can learn through the forum!
    These guys are the best can't learn there stuff in school.

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    Welcome.

    I've got a few opinions on R-407 and its applications as a retrofit refrigerant for R-22.

    You'd be better served by posting this in Refrigeration and Ice Making.

    See ya over there.


    Oh. One last thing. You might want to put some info in your profile. Tell us a little about yourself. Where you are located, etc.

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    Welcome to the site.
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    The statement below is my signature and just my overall feeling towards our industry and does not necessarily pertain to you nor this thread.


    There really isn't a legitimate excuse for not doing the job correctly!

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