Don't laugh - I had a deli customer once that took the
condensor coil for the walk-in and stuck it in a big leaky-assed
bucket of water, then set a hose to slow feed constant-overflow the
He told me he regularly dumped a gallon of bleach in the
bucket to 'de-calcify the coil'. Which was plugged solid with
calcium, of course.
Couldn't understand why it was leaking in like 100 places,
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IMHO increasing air speed i not a good idea. Too fast air velocity will
reduce heat transfer. Same with evaporater blower. <isting I believe in.
Once I had rigged mister for my tow truck rad. pulling 7000 lbs. fiver.
It sure helped keeping the rad. from overheating in hot summer days.
Our mechanics where I work use misters to get a chiller through an
extra season or two.
They work. But they deposit calcium on the coils, and that insulates
them. It's not a long term solution, just an emergency stopgap.
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