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Just now, Thaddeus Kosciuszko said:

 

I think so too!  :nodhead:

But your company needs to get on those field installers to get more consistency in those blue strings they tie around your valves.

Thatwasalso KindawhatIwasthinkin

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2 minutes ago, Thaddeus Kosciuszko said:

I think so too!  :nodhead:

But your company needs to get on those field installers to get more consistency in those blue strings they tie around your valves.

I sort of thought that @jsharrwick, rather than piling on, could have used his wicked graphics skills for good for a change. I was wrong - again :(

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Just now, Razors Edge said:

I sort of thought that @jsharrwick, rather than piling on, could have used his wicked graphics skills for good for a change. I was wrong - again :(

I can add things, sorta kinda, but I do not have the mad skillz to do this.

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17 minutes ago, jsharrwick said:

fify

True, but no one seems to use the hole punch these days.  Poor sad and lonely hole punch.  For that matter, I am not sure people have jammed the big stapler either.  Awww, memories.

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36 minutes ago, bikeman564™ said:

This is a safety valve I designed for CO2 refrigerant (R744). 2150 psi set pressure.  To me this is cool as heck :D

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The type of system.

 

That’s probably the most I have ever learned about a trans-critical fluid.

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31 minutes ago, jsharrwick said:

those blue strings they tie around your valves.

Those are safety strings for when the safety valve fails.

 

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