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  1. #1
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    found these while going thru a ton of pics im gonna be using for our company's website.
    I dont know if this qualifies for the wall of pride because its just a repair but it was a fun job to do.

















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  2. #2
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    Wow that's a "King Size" coil!

    Cool.

    How big is that thing?


  3. #3
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    Mannnn that is a huge coil. What tonnage is it?
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  4. #4
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    If I'm not mistaken that's a 2 ton 40 SEER unit lol

    Awesome pix

  5. #5
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    Originally posted by 2hot2coolme
    Wow that's a "King Size" coil!

    Cool.

    How big is that thing?

    that was done a few years ago but if my memory serves me right it was a 80 ton.
    York couldnt help us with new coils so we had a local coil company fab them for us. the coil co. sent an old timer out who took measurements it for a few minutes then left. we were kinda shrugging our shoulders because we (service manager and i)didnt really see him make any kind of sketch but were pleasantly suprized when the thing fit perfectly.
    i personally havent worked on this thing since we replaced the leaky coils but our service mananger replaced the evaporator barrel that developed a leak on the water side.
    cheap a$$ owner shouldve replaced the chiller like we suggested in the first place.

    [Edited by chriskmb5150 on 12-15-2005 at 09:15 PM]
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  6. #6
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    i wanted to hook up one of those to cool my garage. then i realised i cant even park my VW bug in there. no way that wil fit. cool stuff. i wish i could work on more of those tipe of jobs.

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