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    Exclamation Anyone Have Coating Spec's for the Condenser Coils

    Anyone Have Coating Spec's for the Condenser Coils ?

    Better Yet just have Manufacture send over a Copy of Cert - If No One Knows . . ( All You Tech's ) Haaa

    Cert's are Required By Manufacturing Contract Full Fulfillment - for - Any Plating Std's. Period ..


    Where's would be the Cert's Kept ?

    Who's Got the Certs ?

    Even in a lot of - Acid Rain - this will inform - You All - How long the Coils will Last . . all the Rest is just BS




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    Sorry but Some just like Calling Names - that Certainly Shows their Intelligence !

    OK
    1. If You don't have the Cert for the Material - You don't know - how it was Annealed or Type .
    Then You need to measure it's Thickness .

    2. The a Cert is needed for How the Plated Part was Prepped , Type of Plating and it's Thickness .

    3. Then You would need another Cert for the Finishing - Sealing - Coatings .

    Where are the Cert's ? - as - Good Manufactures aren't afraid to show the truth ..

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    Don't know of any coated condenors unless specially ordered from the OEM

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    I Highly Doubt Manufactures put Raw Aluminum in their Coils on either Inside or Outside Units .

    They would Spec It from the Manufactures of the Coils and it would have to Pass through approx 2 Inspection Phases with Certifications
    Attached or Materials would Not be Accepted . read ( Let Into the Plant for Assembly )

    Anyone with Bad Coil or Coils going Bad - the - Vendor that Produced Component would be Fully Held Liable . . Also ..

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