This is Turtle.
i see the example all the time with ice cub trays all the time. Fill a ice cube
tray with water and let them freeze real good and then keep them in the freezer
for 1 years. You will come back and find all the ice gone out of the ice cube
tray. I call it freezer evaperation or called freezer burning the ice. This
dehydration takes all the moisture out of food product and is called freezer
Mr. Richard J Kinc
For explaining to some of these VUSIS
and I say to some because when arrogance
superseded the ignorance there are some people
that will not except truth or the facts.
It does not metter how had you may try
Sorry I am not that patient
Good Luck from Dido
You're a uninformed dipstick who posts about things you don't know shit
At 500 microns water boils at minus 12 degree's which is plenty to get
the water out.
At 50 microns you're boiling the oil out.
Paul\'s cat got a furball and kept saying weasel\'s name.
My dear freinds
who ever told you that, he or she better get
little more knowlage and experience
or is it what you saying that if I evacuate system to
10 microns I will pump all of the oil out of compressor
you are so nerow mined I do not why
I bother answering
Dude, I got no idea what you are babbling on about.
Maybe if your pump is too big...
Umm..... you better check the specs on *new* pumps... they are rated for and
tested for a *maximum* of 50 microns
Do it right with N2 purge while brazing, new filter dryer, and use a small
vacuum pump(4 - 6 CFM) with new oil, and you won't have a problem drawing
down to between 300 - 400 microns. Too big of a vacuum pump will cause too
fast of a draw-down and cause any water in the system to turn to ice. OTOH,
If you are really gonna be that anal and have the time to leave your vacuum
pump on a resi system for 2 days while trying to draw it down to 50 microns,
then by all means, knock yourself out.
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