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    Run-through by trane

    Look at the factory coil.
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    "Better tell the sandman to stay away, because we're gonna be workin on this one all night."

    "Dude, you need more than 2 wires to a condenser to run a 2 stage heatpump."

    "Just get it done son."

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    That has some excellent bypass.
    The coils never get dirty because the air is not going through them.
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    Guess you know where they got the name from.

    Probably got dropped.

    Got some run trus for the first time, one of the 3 air handlers was smashed up with a pristine box.

    The rep had the local stock checked for a replacement and they opened and inspected prior to shipment.

    Every 5 ton air handler in Chicago was smashed.

    Had to source from Indiana or Wisconsin to get one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by heatingman View Post
    Guess you know where they got the name from.

    Probably got dropped.

    Got some run trus for the first time, one of the 3 air handlers was smashed up with a pristine box.

    The rep had the local stock checked for a replacement and they opened and inspected prior to shipment.

    Every 5 ton air handler in Chicago was smashed.

    Had to source from Indiana or Wisconsin to get one.


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    That is normal for trane. When we were installing them the evaporator coils seemed to always have flattened fins.

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    What was the head pressure like?
    Everything Im going to say today are my conclusions and my opinions, my opinions are based on my education, my training, my experience. Different people have different experiences, so they have different opinions and I make no claim that my opinion has its origin in the mind greatness. - Paul Harrell

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    Quote Originally Posted by CircusEnvy View Post
    What was the head pressure like?
    Dunno, one of my guys was walking by it the other day and send me a picture.

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    That is supposed to be like that. Its Tranes new head pressure control scheme. Rather than fan speed control, they raise and lower the coil for more or less bypass. Its easier on the motors. And you guys are professionals? Sheesh!

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    Run-through by trane

    Just looked the other day at the run tru condensers we put in, they all have the same thing to various degree. Like the geometry of the coil does not quite mesh with the shroud.


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    Come one guys....4/5 the height of the housing....must be a 4 ton.

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    lol

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