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  1. #1
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    Hi...I am new on this forum....and I want to ask you.....What do you thing about this....pic....It's samething new for you?? I wanna know more about your sistems....can you help me...??
    Thanks...
    This is Canam Manac Offices Building...Brasov Romania....
    I have another pics if you are intrested...Sorry if I am not clear in my english...


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    This is something small for a....little house....electric and gaz furnace.....
    This is the type of sistem wich we do in Romania...more or less...
    Thanks


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    Think u need to learn how to resize the pics so they fit on the secren 550 mp X ? will work just fine. I refuse to scroll all around to decipher a pic. See how easy this is????



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    sorry...my mistache...

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    Hey that is how we learn. When u e mail them u should also resize theme that one was 2200 X something huge. LOL
    Nice looking job. gl
    If you really know how it works, you have an execellent chance of fixin' er up!

    Tomorrow is promised to no one...

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    I see a lot of pipes.
    Your spelling is a little off, but not your sig line...
    Hmmmmmmm....

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    Your English is much better than my Romanian.
    (and better than some I've seen on this site from the "locals".)

    Your work looks good.

    I had to go out in the hall to look at it though.

    Welcome to the forum.

    Post some more pictures, but make them smaller.

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    Diffrent to see that the boiler lines are wrapped.. Most of the time, the lines are are not wrapped.. Just in larger applation.

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    etu,

    was looking at your signature line...are you a Bruce Dickinson fan?


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    I will put here another pics......Etu it's came from romanian...."EU si TU" that means..."ME and YOU" in englis will be somethinh like..."MYU".
    So....we utilise..."central termique" by Viessmann wich is a verry important and good....manufacturer...
    All that pipes are the sistem for heat or coling static corps....like radiators and ventiloconvectors...and to brig the heat or cold to the blower's...
    Our ventilation sistem it's in most of part by Trane...
    It utilise...heat from Viessmann. and cold from chiller (trane)...That pipes work with hot and cold agent but not in the same time...
    What I am intrested....we have in Romania some technical documentation...but I have no ideea wich is the corespondet in englis for the most of part of our formulas....
    Can You help me with a ventilation manual....eventualy on line if you know something...I am intrested to know what do you study...because I came to USA next year.....and will work in the same domaine like you....maibe we will meat in this life...
    Thanks

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    Nice work.

    Welcome to the site.

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    I am back with new photo






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    For ventilation do you use such material….aluminum boards for ventilations tubes?





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