• Clara_and_Murray


    • Project Request  July 19 2017 Completed: July 26 2017
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    Industry: HVAC | Pump down

    Pump down 5 ton Residential AC unit collect and store R22

    We need to recover as much as possible the R22 refrigerant in our 5 ton home AC unit. It does not have values to a classical pump down to compressor will not work.

  • We are asking for bids regarding this service.

    EPA regulations require you to store our R22 and we would like a new container so not to contaminate our refrigerant.

    We will be contracting the winning bidder to to the reconnect and duct work once we have relocated the main unit.

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    Budget $200.00      (Project not started)       0%  
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