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    Re-insulating walk-in freezer suction lines..... WOW!

    So apparently the old armaflex was deteriorating so this location needed to have the insulation on the suction lines for the walk-in freezer replaced. Well this is what what was done. Now we have to remove old insulated flex duct, followed by frozen expanding foam and the original armaflex and then re-insulate using new armaflex. Smh!
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    That's just shameful. Makes the water line insulation I see all the time look good.
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    Someone needs their ass kicked for doing that.....
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    Yeah man, I agree! Luckily this was sent to me by another tech and I’m not a part of this project. At least I wasn’t today, but there always tomorrow haha!

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    Officially, Down for the count

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    I guess there's no point in asking about the big glob of foam in the 2nd pic

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    Im assuming this was inhouse work by the place? I hope....

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