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    subcool

    is the saturation point on your gages always what every the pressure temp is

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    Could you reword the question? I'm not sure what you are asking, not sure if it's because my brain is hurting or what.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob_in_WV View Post
    Could you reword the question? I'm not sure what you are asking, not sure if it's because my brain is hurting or what.
    Hahaha, no its not you. I have no idea what this post/question is either

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    If I am reading and translating this question correctly, I believe the question that you meant to ask was:

    Is the saturation temperature of the refrigerant always the temperature that corresponds to the equivalent pressure?

    The answer is:

    Unless the refrigerant is an unknown mix or is otherwise contaminated, YES.

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    Thats what I was thinking too JP but wasn't sure.

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    I should clarify that my above answer is the simple answer.

    It can get a bit more complicated than that when you are dealing with refrigerant blends, but we can talk more about that on the "Pro" side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    If I am reading and translating this question correctly, I believe the question that you meant to ask was:




    The answer is:

    Unless the refrigerant is an unknown mix or is otherwise contaminated, YES.
    Thank jp that what i was trying to say

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    Thanks guys

    Thanks guys im not use to putting my though on "paper" for for like of better word

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