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    Chillers

    Which you guys recommend a good software use to monitor any brand of chiller?

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    There is no software that can interface with every brand of chiller. Each manufacturer has their own platform, except for York, which doesn't require a laptop to perform service tech functions. Most of the McQuay's that I've run across had the MCS panels on them (non-OEM custom panels.)

    I just saw your other thread about trying to get into the chiller world as a contractor. My first advice would be to hire an old chiller mechanic in your area that is too tired to keep pulling on a chain fall. That and.....open up your checkbook. If you've never had chiller work in your service list, you have a lot of really expensive stuff to purchase.

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    Thanks a million for the response

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    You can start your chiller business with this, not a bad deal for 5 tanks and a machine, the pump may need rebuilt or replaced but thats cheap enough.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Refrigerant...53.m1438.l2649
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