Pipe install on a walk in cooler

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38 thoughts on “Walk in install

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

    Really Nice Workmanship !
    I Can See You Take Pride in your work. I Don't See Work Like that Very Much Anymore. I Have seen a Few union jobs in the past similar but, maybe not even as nice. High Praise !!! as Rob Says !

    Unistrut & Hydrazorbs I Love em ! I use em alot also.

    I have a Jobsite with those Turbo Air Condensing units on it , they look just like heatcraft units made Specially for Turbo air.
    I Just got a heat craft unit on a job and the Condensers are not Copper Tube any more, they are those New Aluminum Crap Coils Everybody is having Problems With. ( MicroChannels )

    is your New Turbo air Refrigeration Condenser Micro-Channell ?

    So Far, So Good on the Micro-Channels on the Heatcrafts on this JOb by the ocean. (see vids ) 1-2 years so far. Fingers Crossed they Last.

  2. heavydiesel says:

    Nice work! Just curious, why do you anneal the pipe before bending?

    What are the cold room walls made of? Ours are mostly made of white plastic coated steel. Its interesting to see how things are done in other parts of the world 😀

  3. HVAC Uncensored says:

    Awesome job man. You work looks very good and like OC Refrigeration said you take pride in your work. When I started in the trade I did refrigeration and veered away from it just doing Residential and Commercial AC but watching these videos makes me miss it. Might have to expand and veer back. Lol. Good stuff bro

  4. Prime cool says:

    only two problems those P traps I don't think that was to smart regardless of what the book says we can't always go by the book. we have our own minds. and that 1/2 Liquid all the way.. it's to big  but other than that pretty solid job

  5. Best Tours Enterprises, S.A. says:

    This is one of the greatest demonstrations on how to install an evaporator that I have seen yet, and yes I watched the other two videos in the series. I really learned a lot. I have one question that still puzzles me. I wonder how you "capped" the copper tubing (the bigger piece labeled 700 psi). It can be viewed on caption 3:30 & 4:55 in the video. Is that a plastic cap? You did mention in the video that suction line had a plug in it ( caption 4:38). If you capped the ends with plastic caps, wouldn't that lead to an early leak in that location? How strong are the capped or plugged areas? Maybe I'm wrong about what I'm seeing. Can you clear things up about capped tubing?

  6. Ben Kuxhouse says:

    looks good, I use stay brite #8 on my line sets.I think it's easier, especially with TXV's and solenoids. Don't have to deal with nitrogen purges either. Good up to temps of 425 and 10000 PSI.

  7. hvac Bill says:

    I'm going in to Refrigeration now after being a res. Tech for the past 7 yrs working primarily on Geothermal H/P and I'm so Happy I found your channel you have a lot of great vids been learning so much From your channel …And you do Great work.. really enjoyed watching your stuff ..May be check out one of my vids shout out a pointer or too ..Thanks Bill..

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