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Old 11-21-2013, 03:45 PM
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We recently picked up a new client and he gave me this shop ticket.
A good portion of our time is spent making plenum transitions.
Hope this helps others on here who do the same.
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Old 11-22-2013, 03:38 AM
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Thank you,

I typically requested a picture or took some myself.This was way before there was a camera on almost every phone. It's nice to remember/see which side the electrical and gas / oil lines are on. Is there a chimney or wall obstruction next to the return air drop?

We have been sent out to many jobs that were sold by others only to find there wasn't room for a new high efficiency media filter?
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It's nice to remember/see which side the electrical and gas / oil lines are on. Is there a chimney or wall obstruction next to the return air drop?

We have been sent out to many jobs that were sold by others only to find there wasn't room for a new high efficiency media filter?

We build fittings for many different contractors, and we don't normally run into that kind of situation because we get the measurements from the installer.
We know what the specs of the furnace are that each contractor deals with, and we sort of get to know what's in the installer's head.
About half of the jobs we put out we never see.
On some of the more complicated ones, the contractor will have us go out and measure it up.
I have a few that just text me the old plenum measurements and the height of the old furnace.
This new client has a salesman that will be filling out the shop ticket.
We'll see how that goes...
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