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    Old work Iíve found

    If you do a search, you can find the actual threads i made with more pictures. Critique away






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    All insulated up. Hired an insulator


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    i can do both my self and do i love my work like you do

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    only thing i would do differently is run the back wire in its own conduit looks better then the ton of zip ties

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    You're pretty good for an amateur.

    Maybe some intermediate to advanced classes will help you really polish your photography skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shellkamp View Post
    You're pretty good for an amateur.

    Maybe some intermediate to advanced classes will help you really polish your photography skills.

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    Rough crowd. I donít know how i feel about this. Im going to go replace a TXV now.


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    I don't like the S9 installs. Putting a media cleaner right up against the cabinet means no air goes over a good chunk of it due to the 14x18" opening in the side of the furnace. Our distributor makes a transition, yes it takes room, but 1 side attaches to the furnace and the other side is 16x25 to attach to the air cleaner. That way all 16x25 of the cleaner gets airflow. On bigger units, they have 6" boxes for under the furnace and a different transition that uses the 14x18 plus the size of the riser box to attach to a 20x25 cleaner. My favorite though and would work great on those 2 jobs is putting a Right Angle Air Bear beside the furnace. Attach right to it, the entire 20x25 surface of the media will get good airflow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaldLoonie View Post
    I don't like the S9 installs. Putting a media cleaner right up against the cabinet means no air goes over a good chunk of it due to the 14x18" opening in the side of the furnace. Our distributor makes a transition, yes it takes room, but 1 side attaches to the furnace and the other side is 16x25 to attach to the air cleaner. That way all 16x25 of the cleaner gets airflow. On bigger units, they have 6" boxes for under the furnace and a different transition that uses the 14x18 plus the size of the riser box to attach to a 20x25 cleaner. My favorite though and would work great on those 2 jobs is putting a Right Angle Air Bear beside the furnace. Attach right to it, the entire 20x25 surface of the media will get good airflow.
    I agree. If space permits, i add a transition


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    I was able to fit one in on the tam9.

    The one furnace with bubble wrap was 16x20 duct and filter.

    The other furnace was 16x25 which got restricted. But I have return coming off the right side that cant be seen


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    In the drop is the best place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adlerberts-Protege View Post
    In the drop is the best place.
    You talking about the duct drop coming down? Transition there?

    I also agree with that. Proper take offs are important


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    Such a good work! Really neat

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