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  1. #14
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    Noticed a typo in the add there Shoppy..... not quite 2500 ton centrifugals ...all three added together total 660 tons.

  2. #15
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    hey lennox

    I know a good company in the ft worth area looking to employ

  3. #16
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    Originally posted by ozone drone
    Noticed a typo in the add there Shoppy..... not quite 2500 ton centrifugals ...all three added together total 660 tons.
    Yep, I saw it too. I did not write the ad copy.

    For the audience, divide 660 by three and each 19XR chiller is...

    Don't know what I'd do with 2500 tons. At full load on the hottest day ever in FW it probably wouldn't even run at 10%. What a waste.

    Guess I'll point out the typo on Monday. I wonder if BC will allow editing?

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  4. #17
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    Thumbs up FT worth move

    as for dallas, lots of work, pay 20-28hr, we're putting in 60-75 weekly even in "slow" times, controls, computer room support, pm's, all commercial, early start times mean 30-45 min. commutes. housing affordible, lots of hot chicks, works for me 10yrs+.

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