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SOUTH OF THE 39TH PARALELL AND NOBODY CARES
This is all facts , no stretching the truth, just the facts. I hope everyone who chooses to read the letter keeps a open mind. It is not meant to bad mouth anyone manufacturing or chemical company or any individual I would hope most of you good folks know the 39th is basically from south of the Great State of Virginia.
410a in the north will be known as the greatest refrigerant for heat pumps and some of the worse night mares known to the south. Can anybody out there tell me what happens when the outdoor temp is 95 degrees or higher and the indoor temp is 82 degree gs, this is simple, 410a will not work on hvac equipment, chillers and many other products.
I recently taught a class to a national service company and the biggest question was why do we get so many no cooling calls and when we get out there the unit is working. Very simple in the deep south where we get 95 and higher for day on ends the unit is just going out on either high head or internal relief. Now here is something that will really make you stop and think, A major manufacturing company which I have great respect for makes a six ton straight cooling condenser. On a 95 plus day this 13 seer rating falls to a 9 seer and looses 13,000 BTU capacity.if you want more of the letter email me. There are many other down falls. What makes matters even worse is all the poor practices we have allowed our industry to develop, I am referring to our lack of proper skills and procedures on dealing with sealed systems.
Peace Be With You
David C. Broome