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  1. #14
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    look closely its copper notice the solder joint on the top .
    But its still done poorly

  2. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    keep em comeing will use them for my IT classes on how NOT to install and wire a server rack
    I seemed to have lost them =(

    Quote Originally Posted by timjimbob View Post
    Some of our transmitter site equipment has AHU directly above transmitters (big mistake #1) Several suites had emergency drains tied to common drain, that stopped up. Well, float switches don't do any good if adjacent AHUs continue running.
    Learn from this- Each AHU should have seperate drain and never tied to a common line. I think this is not addressed in IMC but should be.
    I used to take care of these hub sites for a major telecommunications company in the area and they had this exact setup throughout all their hubs. Basic residential split units with all the AHUs hung right above all their IT racks

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    Set up to fail from the start because they did not do it right.
    any one doing this kind of work when i do IT work would be fired.

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