I DON"T KNOW about the rest of you guys,
but here in New England people get downright
ornery when the A/C goes out.
If they lose their heat in the winter, everyone
throws on an extra sweater and hunkers down
around the woodstove or whatever.... But in the
summer if the A/C goes out, they lose their
Give them a plane ticket to Alabamastan. I was helping out a
friend from another company who was having problems with a
compressed air drying system at a body shop. The damn thing
uses R507c and it wasn't cooling. It was 100°F in the corner
where it was setup, I wonder why it wasn't working so well? 8-)
404a is what I put in it after getting rid of the 507c and pulling a
deep vacuum. I do believe there was moisture in the little sucker
from the behavior I saw during the draw down. I was able to get 50°F
and lower about 6" away on the suction line with a 100°F ambient but
I'll know how well it's working tomorrow morning when I can check it
without my eyeballs melting. 404a is what Domino's is using in their
makelines which have three different evaporator circuits controlled
by two solenoid valves, thermostats and a pressure switch. Geez! Those
things get dirty.
Change it to R404A no need any other changes but perhaps adjusting superheat
R507 runs at much higher Head it needs lot of condenser cooling similar to
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Don't even go there. I used to have the 'Fraternity Row' at
NCSU as a regular assigned customer, including the double sorority
Assignment from heaven, right ? 200 + hot young sorority girls
all nesting together, away from home for the first time, etc etc.
Now enter the House Mother from Hell. I forget her name, so
let's call her Miss Fuckface.
Miss Fuckface had a strict rule - any service people working
there had to first go to her residence, which was an apartment built
into the middle of the building between the two sorority houses. She
would preceed me throughout the building yelling 'Man in the house !
Man in the house !' for as many hours as it took. I was not allowed
to turn the corner to a corridor, or enter a room, until she made sure
there was nothing there I would enjoy seeing.
Hope that works out for you.
I can easily imagine a pizza shop getting dirty. Oil, flour, etc.
Hostile work environment. I got to clean condensor a couple days ago
at a restaurnt, used to be a bakery, I think. Solidly packed with
dust, and they wonder why the machine doesn't run. Must be fine
today -- they didn't call back.