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  1. #40
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    orifices go on the butrner assembly or possibly pilot assembly, which might be considered part of the burner assembly anyway. The only thing more insane than your job is the fact that I'm reading this thread. It's like a train wreck. Boy do we need the flat tax - mail it in on a postcard and put 10 million accountants out of work!
    eventu rerum stolidi didicere magistro

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    Talking

    lol this helps the clients a lot. By doing what I am doing (Which by the way I am not an accountant...hate numbers, love to learn though) helps companies get tax breaks so they can invest back in their company. It is really good for them. Our company has the #1 IPIC research dept in America (Led by me) ...Kind of groovy to say that. Anyway, thanks for the info you are a lifesaver

    [Edited by ipic on 09-01-2005 at 04:48 PM]

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    pop quiz

    ok...got another one for ya

    do the words

    PORCELAINIZED CELL


    mean anything to anyone?

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    that's where they keep prisoners who have trouble hitting the toilet. makes cleanup easier. Hey do you know the cost of a $600 condensing unit if I bought it one-part-at-a-time?
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    nice

    Well if I new who you were buying it from, the model # and I had worked with the manufacturer at some point and had all their raw materials inventory listing and dollar values I probably could. Then again I would have to kill you after cause that is confidential information. PArt of the Sarbanes Oxley compliance regulations being place on financial institutions to protect client information.


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    Let me help ya out here. The male inserts the "ignitor" into the female "oriface", a "cell" is then created, some of em grow up to be pretty decent creatures, some not.
    But then I think you already knew all that when you asked.
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    I am impressed with sexual creativity you guys have come to have with these AC parts... So any takes on what a porcelainized cell is? I promise I will only be bugging you one more day with these questions because I have to have my project done by tomorrow... Then it will be on to another type of manufacturer... Wonder what it will be.

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    Honestly? No. I have no idea what a porcelainized cell is...I guess you could call the plates for an infrared heater ceramic cells, but porcelainized they are not.

    I can't think of any use for porcelain in HVACR work except maybe some cover plates on way old refrigerators.
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    Thanks gruntly. I guess I will jsut guess on that one. Have a nice day guys. Thanks for the help and the entertainment. Later taters.

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    Well since you were

    talking water heaters......... I would guess thats the burner box out of one of those.
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    Ok back to AC....

    What is a roof curb nailing strip? What would it be made of?

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    Wood

    As far as I know, it's made for nailing or screwing either roofing material and/or flashing to.
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    Hey that is what I found online too. Thanks for confirming it. A roof curb is just sheet metal right?

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