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    New Construction 2 Finished

    Finally able to get this job wrapped up. Just have to go back when the AC is wired up to test and balance the ductwork.



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    That is a great looking installation!
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    Nice looking job... is the furnace staged? How are you managing the airflow when your smallest zone is on? Your sheet metal work looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by perfectionist View Post
    Nice looking job... is the furnace staged? How are you managing the airflow when your smallest zone is on? Your sheet metal work looks great!
    Thanks! Two stage furnace and two stage AC. Both zones are pretty large, smallest zone can handle 100% of the airflow.


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    In the past I have either used the carrier zone system with UI that works very well or I use a static press transducer with a external variable speed drive which also works well. Just an FYI I see you have an air gap on the furnace drain but the HPS is very finicky and can give you nuisance call backs, you might want to pipe the furnace drain separately to your termination FWIW.

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    That's a beautiful clean install, I tend to place a piece of scrap sheetmetal under the service valves prior to brazing to prevent damaging on those particular type of condenser pads.
    Last edited by Bazooka Joey; 04-07-2019 at 10:38 PM.

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    Love it! My absolute favorite part is the intake and exhaust for the furnace come out the side and leave room to service the coil if needed.
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    Good job on the return and maximum filtration with least restriction putting the furnace up on the box. Also our techs would like the spacer between furnace & coil. They beg our installers to do that. Usually don't have the height. ADP coil?

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    I love that there are pdm linesets in all sizes now. Now they need to come up with a good pipe wrap or tape that matches it real well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perfectionist View Post
    In the past I have either used the carrier zone system with UI that works very well or I use a static press transducer with a external variable speed drive which also works well. Just an FYI I see you have an air gap on the furnace drain but the HPS is very finicky and can give you nuisance call backs, you might want to pipe the furnace drain separately to your termination FWIW.
    Thanks for looking out. I am very familiar with the code #31 issues with CBP. I have been installing Carrier/Payne for the past 6 years this drain set up works well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazooka Joey View Post
    That's a beautiful clean install, I tend to place a piece of scrap sheetmetal under the service valves prior to brazing to prevent damaging on those particular type of condenser pads.
    Yeah that would of been a good idea. Thanks for the future tip! Normally I wouldn't have that crappy of a fitting but I ordered the wrong line set and had to make a 7/8 to 3/4 fitting. Always a little difficult to fill in the joint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaldLoonie View Post
    Good job on the return and maximum filtration with least restriction putting the furnace up on the box. Also our techs would like the spacer between furnace & coil. They beg our installers to do that. Usually don't have the height. ADP coil?
    Yeah supply house must of thought I was side job bob when I ordered Payne so it came with the ADP. I usually get the CNPVP coils. I liked that it was an A coil thought, less restrictive. Didn't like having to mount the sensing bulb.

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