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  1. Refrigerant will NOT get you high, it will KILL you!

    Why are people huffing refrigerant? I am a refrigeration technician who works around refrigerants and I have found myself in situations were I have been exposed to higher than recommended limits. I can tell you that the feeling you experience is nothing like the high you get from marijuana. I am seriously concerned for my health at these times! The refrigerants are colourless with a faint sweet odour. Overexposure leads to dizziness and loss of concentration because the vapour displaces

  2. How to Protect Your Reputation the Ethical Way

    You arrive to a job-site to find an already irritated customer awaiting your visit. You learn that their plant room shut down last Friday and nobody realized it until Monday morning. So you start to investigate the root cause of the problem and then it becomes apparent to all that your company is at fault. How do you proceed? The customer wants answers and they're looking at you!

    Before you start to talk, stop and think. The last thing you need is for this conversation to go
  3. 9 superheat & subcooling scenarios

    Quote Originally Posted by nike123 View Post
    • LOW CHARGE = High superheat. Low suction pressure, indoor TD, subcooling, head pressure & compressor current draw.
    • OVER CHARGE = Low superheat. Normal indoor TD. High suction pressure, subcooling, head pressure & compressor current draw.
    • LOW INDOOR AIR FLOW = Low superheat & suction pressure. Low to normal head pressure. High indoor TD. High to normal subcooling. Not much effect on current draw.
    • MILD LOW OUTDOOR AIR FLOW = Low superheat & subcooling. High suction
  4. Extending torque wrench correctly

  5. What is the purpose of having the capillary tube soldered to the suction line.

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