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35 thoughts on “A walk in freezer down and a start up on walk in cooler

  1. Robert V says:

    Wassup Dave! I'm not in the industry but I've done many many years of field work. I really enjoy your videos especially in my home town. On my next visit, Imma be looking out for your VANGINA and will wave at ya!

  2. Socal Refrigeration says:

    Hey Dave, I kind of copied why you did. I accepted a union facility job with 4-10s to take care of my benefits and I got my too C-38. I wanted to pick your brain about the administration aspect of running legal sidework.

  3. OcRefrigeration , Hvac & Electrical Video's. says:

    Looks Beautiful Dave !!! Like # 204
    The core guys I guess did not know the big line was going to be insulated. They got & u got lucky there. Next time put a piece of insulation on the pipe so they can see the pipe size. Close call on that one. You might be able to save the a421 check the solder connection in the back , maybe it’s just a cold joint.
    For the new guys out there – SF = Means “ sensor failure “ whenever u see that.
    That’s a Ton of Work for one guy. Looks Really Nice !!! Great Job !!!

  4. Andrew D says:

    Surely that type of defrost timer isn't IP rated to be mounted outdoors with no enclosure…..?
    All the best from Cape Town, South Africa. Enjoy your videos and hope you keep them coming.

  5. heavydiesel says:

    Tech tip from the F up pro, when you 'accidentally' let some of your pressure testing gas out and its now 4psi low, let some more out for the same hissing time and see if it drops another 4psi…..

    Job turned out great, impressive stuff Dave!

  6. ronny rath says:

    Wish I work for a company that care about their work. I just started with a company here in Cumming ga 6 months ago. Not gonna say which one but they all pushing to sale and sale and upsale.

    I understand sales are part of it but if a unit can be saved then you should fix it instead of condemning it. I feel like I'm working for the wrong company.

    My service manager pushing me to sale more… im thinking about leaving.

  7. drcolster says:

    Hey Dave, super job on install, 50/50 on the p-trap, in my eyes i like to put more fall on the drain pipes. i like to put at least another foot fall on that type of lenght..get the waste water out, they always block up… and i do like how your Copeland Scroll Comps have a oil drain fitting/equaliser line for mutiple comp set ups… we don't get that in Australia…keep up the great work…

  8. Nunya Business says:

    Since when did they start running a refrigeration line set like an AC with suction and liquid line separated and suction line insulated it’s entire length. We always ran line sets tied together for heat transfer to insure a solid column of liquid to TXV and gas back to the compressor, also insulation was used only where condensate drip would present a problem. Kind of makes you wonder, I think with all this electronic BS the basics have become a forgotten art ! Oh I almost forgot, with all them bells and whistles on that manifold, does it have a radio, oh excuse me, MP3 player ?

  9. Winston Wright says:

    Man…. I don't know who gave you a hard time… but that install looked absolutely beautiful to me. You did things right … you kept the next person who might have to work on it in mind. If only HALF the systems I worked on had such thought and care put into them … I'd be a much happier camper on the average day. Great job!! … and nice video!!

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