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Thread: Tranes, Tranes, and more Tranes

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    ESP Easy Leveler, part no. EL10. A lot of the supply houses I use have them, ours come from Trane Supply.

    Duro Dyne vane rail, part no. VR2. I buy them at Famous Supply but I'm sure any supply house that sells Duro Dyne can get them. There's always plenty of scrap metal around to cut vanes from. A roller makes it a lot easier as well.
    "If common sense was so common, everyone would have it."

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    Amazing workmanship, attention to detail & your metal work is impeccable!! You would be an awesome teacher... Keep it up!!

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    Yeah looks great. You think you can do the same job in a cramped 140 attic here in Phoenix. Haha
    Seriously i look at these basement installs and only wish.

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    Ive seen attics reach 160 here in Southeast LA @ 189% RH!!! We did some pretty high end work, similar to this. We had a great crew, we got on the job at daylight & were out the attic for 11am, finished or not. We would tell our client, your comfort comes second our lives...

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    Quote Originally Posted by A/C-SuperCool View Post
    Ive seen attics reach 160 here in Southeast LA @ 189% RH!!! We did some pretty high end work, similar to this. We had a great crew, we got on the job at daylight & were out the attic for 11am, finished or not. We would tell our client, your comfort comes second our lives...
    Sounds a little wet. Did you mean 89 percent?

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    Um, no... I helped on an install in a Florida attic once, not fun. The worst attic job I've had so far was brazing lines for a 10 ton split in a nursing home so we had to do it during the day (smoke alarms, worried about noise etc.) 135 brazing 1 3/8 suction line. I hate attics and crawl spaces and probably lose a lot of them because our bids include fixing a lot of the crap work done on previous installs and probably twice as much work as most other companies.
    "If common sense was so common, everyone would have it."

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    No its wet brother!!! Its pushing 200% down here now...

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