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  1. #27
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    Crossover Tubes: Maybe the pilot tube for a York roof top burner assembly... Is there a part number formatted like 123-45678-999?

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    Originally posted by ipic
    I don't have any photos of the parts. If I did I would gladly show them to you. All I have are descriptions, some of which I have put on here. I really just need to know what material this stuff is made of. I am assuming the crossovers are all tubes and would be copper. The other stuff I am not so sure of.


    SOUND ENCLOSURE - TOP
    SOUND WRAP
    CROSSOVER 3/8 [macaroni looking piece of copper]
    CROSSOVER 5/16
    CROSSOVER TUBE 3/8 O.D.
    RETURN BEND 5/1 [slightly bent chunk of copper]
    RETURN BEND RING LOADED [ready to solder. ring of solder]
    TUBING-SLEEVE-CAP [the plastic sleves to protect a capilary tube?]


    If people in the industry don't know what this stuff is. I guess I am pretty much screwed. No worries though. I will figure out something. If any one has any ideas of where to go for online HVAC research I would appreciate the tips. I would be looking for glossaries, dictionaries, diagrams, common terms etc...


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    Originally posted by Diceman
    Wow, what great info, I think Carnak wants a header.
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    A header now I'm going to look at headers in a whole different way now thanks for the smile and the photo

    Most manufactures are using copper so those fittings are most likely copper
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    Smile

    First off thank you Carnak for not going straight to the gutter with headers (I myself had trouble with that)... lol Second, thanks for the info. Third thanks for the laughs guys. You know Penguin I amazed that being a male you would have always thought of headers in a whole new way... What do you all think when you look at nipples?? (the fittings you know) Anyway, sorry couldn't resist.

    Thank you so much for the help. Glad I could entertain you all. In response to everyones posts: The thing is I would gladly give part numbers, however due to client confidentiality rules, I can not. I am not trying to sell the parts I am just trying to learn what they are. Basically pretend I am building an AC unit (of any type) and needed to know what each part was and how it worked. By doing this it gives me the info to decide if it is a Metal fitting, flange or union, or if it is a part for a compressor, or a coil, or if it is just tubing, a heat pump, a thermostat, an igniter,or a wiring harness...etc. These are just some of the categories I have to choose from. By learning about this stuff I get my job done more accurately and as a bonus I learn about and AC unit. This would come in handy if I needed mine repaired. lol Oh and spotts I am not sure what to tell your bride... i guess some gals like it and some don't. I will have to think on this one.

    I may be back with more quesitons, hopefully one of you guys can help. Take care and talk to you later.

  6. #32
    Originally posted by ipic
    ... What do you all think when you look at nipples?? (the fittings you know)
    Whenever I look at nipples as a natural reaction I start to think about laying pipe. Which is not only my profession but what I enjoy doing anyways. Whether it be into a header or the female end of a Y fitting, either way it doesn't matter because I know I'll be doing something I love.

  7. #33
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    lol

    Very creative.


    Any ideas what this description might be?

    BEADED PROCESS TUBE

    thanks






    [Edited by ipic on 09-01-2005 at 12:01 PM]

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    Originally posted by mattm
    Who are you with?? Intellecual Property Institute of Canada??

    Trying to see if this guy's stealing somebodies idea??
    Now if this is associated with the government, it is a true oxymoron
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    very funny


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    orifices

    Anyone know anything about gas water heaters? Or is this sight for blowing for hot and cold air only??

    I am really jsut trying to find out about orifices... I know I am opening a new can of worms with that, but oh well... Any thoughts? I know that it has some thing to do with the pilot or the igniter am I right? Is there more then one kind of orifice?

    Items I am looking at?

    ORIFICE 1.55MM

    ORIFICE PILOT LP .008


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    Sorry I posted the wrong size

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    Same thing as L.P. usually just a different size



    [Edited by gruntly on 09-01-2005 at 03:39 PM]
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  13. #39
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    Thanks gruntly.
    So wwhere on a unit would this go? With the controls like where the pilot and the igniter is?

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