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Apr 2017
MSAC Hotline: Mini-Split Sizing
I am putting a ductless mini-split in a server room. The server room has a 10 in. supply, which would be more than enough for the room if it didn’t have equipment in it. Servers take up most of one wall and are 8 ft. wide and 6 ft. tall. Any advice on sizing the mini-split?
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Mar 2017
MSAC Hotline: No Steam
The Manufacturers’ Service Advisory Council provides expert answers to your technical questions.
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Feb 2017
MSAC Hotline: Proper Charge in Low Ambient Temps
What is the best way to determine proper charge for a mini-split with only 20°F–25°F ambient? I don’t think I’ve ever had to hook my gauges up a mini-split in this kind of weather. I was thinking maybe this one is low on refrigerant. I wasn’t able to gain access to the roof on initial call to see what kind of components the condenser was equipped with, as far as what kind of fan cycling method or if it had a variable-speed compressor, which would make me even more unsure of how to determine if this thing is charged correctly.
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Jan 2017
MSAC Hotline: Moisture Freezing During Evacuation
The Manufacturers’ Service Advisory Council provides expert answers to your technical questions.
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Dec 2016
MSAC Hotline: Correlation and Causation
My supervisor said whenever I test the unit in the A/C mode, the suction line is supposed to be cold and sweating.
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Nov 2016
MSAC Hotline: Meter Device Issues
The Manufacturers’ Service Advisory Council provides expert answers to your technical questions..
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Oct 2016
MSAC Hotline; Vertical Coils
Why do coils in the vertical position lose their watershedding capabilities, what can prevent it and what is the proper or best method to solve this issue?
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Sep 2016
MSAC Hotline: Sensitive Systems
The Manufacturers’ Service Advisory Council provides expert answers to your technical questions.
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Aug 2016
MSAC Hotline: Lineset Cleaning
The Manufacturers’ Service Advisory Council provides expert answers to your technical questions.
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Jul 2016
MSAC Hotline: Compressor Life
The Manufacturers’ Service Advisory Council provides expert answers to your technical questions
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