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  1. #1
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    Why are refrigeration low temp jobs so hard to find?

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    Employers are more fickled than I can grasp. I dont know myself.
    I wish you the best.

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    Fenix
    1) If you are talking about cascade systems they can be quite complicated and also dangerous if you do not know what you are doing,
    2) If you are talking about cold stores they have a lot of money /product held in cold storage and a lot of the time the systems are ammonia/liquid pumped 2 stage booster if on blast freezers, so once again they can be dangerous if you do not know what you are doing hope this answers your question

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    frosty-ne

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    I was kinda talkin more along the lines of market refrigeration..walk-ins, display cases..etc.
    But everything is helpful. Thanx.

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    Most companies have product liability worries and are not willing to put a rookie out there. Diehl and Source are market companies that also do convenience stores; so they are more willing to hire potential. Try ProTec as well. Others are Hussman, Searls, Hoffman

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    we are looking for a low temp/ac guy in the phx area, pretty good company, lots of work, and 40 hours gauranteed. all replies welcome

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    Try http://www.hvacagent.com. They have a bunch of different jobs.

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