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    Just let me die.

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    Poor tortured Trane. Hope it does not need to be washed today. The condenser coil has to be removed, picked by a overhead crane and washed in a washout bay if so.

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    Can't stop a Trane.

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    Is the unit located inside?


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    Yes sir.

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    Wow. Now I know why it looks like that. The head pressure must be through the roof.


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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
    Wow. Now I know why it looks like that. The head pressure must be through the roof.


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    Yes it is pretty awesome sometimes. This one was chugging along at 350 with a decent load. Maybe it will get washed next year.

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    What is that unit feeding? Is it a Factory?
    I have never seen a Rooftop inside only a residental condenser but it had a Hood on the condenser fan to blow outside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSchoolMech View Post
    What is that unit feeding? Is it a Factory?
    I have never seen a Rooftop inside only a residental condenser but it had a Hood on the condenser fan to blow outside.
    Feeding a drive control room that is I think about 10'x15. Aluminum mill. We see lots and lots of this. Great application for 410a units haha.

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    What's with the filter-drier on the ground in the third pic?

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    It was like a trane treasure chest of failed, spent, used parts when we opened it up. That drier was just shucked out changing the compressor.

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    Looks like the place needs some water cooled package units.
    Places like that usually use gobs of water anyway, so it is typically pretty easy to get water to the unit, and just do an open loop.
    The up front cost is higher, but the difference is made up for in reduced maintenance/repair costs, and massive energy efficiency gain, very quickly.

    They are not the only ones out there, but Engineered Air can configure units however you want, so that no mods to ductwork or electrical service are needed.
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    We take care of a papermill and we have two units in each generator room, thank God they are chilled water but they are worked to death. Room averages 140* in summer. They have a package unit that has to be cleaned every two weeks in one of the generator rooms that supplies a office area.

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