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39 thoughts on “HVAC REFRIGERATION: Rack System with Moisture Issues

  1. Chris Alessi says:

    That R449 is very unforgiving when people don't use proper practices, such as pulling good vacuums on circuits , and purging with nitrogen.
    Great video, I really enjoy your channel, Thank you for posting.

  2. B Millwood says:

    Contaminated the system by sweating a drier out, good greif. Can't control your circumstances. Get the job done and get the product cold. Screw proper procedures.

  3. t lech says:

    What dumb ass SOB thought of bearing the dryer down below the piping. And that system doesn’t look that old how the hell can the dryers be plugged up what hack ass company install that system that there’s so much debris that would plug up the dryers like that. And if the dryers were plugged why was the frost line after the expansion valve and not the dryers. And if the system had a high moisture content inside the refrigerant what butchers were in charge of maintaining the system putting it together and did not properly dry the system out before charging it up. If you get the name of the ones responsible for this Jerry rigged installation post their names and faces on Facebook and YouTube we have to stomp these roaches out of our industry.

  4. Gene Miller says:

    What would cause so many to go down at one. Seems strange. So now that they are drier free what’s going to protect the compressor❓ couldn’t you put a drier in a better place ❓ I’m not an a/c tech the question are real not busting any bodies chops.

  5. armando lopez says:

    Rookie refrigeration I work on residential hvac I want to start doin refrigeration but everyone wants experience . Do you have any tips how to get hire and get paid a decent money? I been watching all your videos so definitely I have experience by now 😆

  6. David Guajardo says:

    There seem to be a lot of knowledge on this page and I was wondering is I could get a few pointers, you see I’m in school studying for the HVAC FIELD AND BECAUSE OF THIS Quarantine my school had to close the doors so I was wondering is there is something I can do keep learning the trade and thing I should be focusing on and really drill in my head to do my email is Guajardodavid.dg@ Gmail.com and I would appreciate any tips that I can get from anyone thank you and I’m also enjoying all these videos that you’re posting bud

  7. Sakman Du says:

    A great example of a manufacturers not being the one to change the driers in the field so why care where they mount them.
    Nice job getting in that space and brazing in that straight pipe.

  8. Evon Frazier says:

    One drier fine, two driers ok. Three drier holdem up haus. Lets start thinking about this thing again especially if none of the strainers were dirty 🤔. But ive been there before 😂. And it really sucks afterwards. ✌

  9. Rey Rodriguez says:

    Excellent video! I’ve been in the trade for 13 years, I work on everything from basic residential type units to chillers. I’ve never had the desire to work on racks, but I’ve always been fascinated with them. You supermarket mechanics are a different breed HVAC.

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