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4 Comments

  1. Comments  Charles   |  Sunday, 19 February 2012 at 7:43 am

    Is inlet at top or bottom if looking at back of cooltube. No tags of inlet or outlet?

  2. Comments  Hector M Jimenez   |  Friday, 27 July 2012 at 1:57 pm

    Your website lists ratings @ ambient of 85 deg F but your brochure of a later date lists 75 deg F for your ratings. Which one is correct? By the way nice product. I definitely want to sell this as a way to pass health inspections as none of these types of refrigeration systems never do

  3. Comments  drcook   |  Thursday, 02 August 2012 at 12:31 am

    Hector Thank you for pointing this out to me. The ambient temperature does not effect the Cooltube evaporator coil’s B.T.U. rating, unlike a condensing unit’s B.T.U. rating. The 75 or 85 ambient temperature was what the refrigerated case was in while the Cooltube evaporator coil was being tested. We will be removing the ambient temperature from the website and all future brochures to end any misunderstanding. Thank you again for pointing this out. I would like any feed back that you can give.
    Thanks David R. Cook

  4. Comments  drcook   |  Thursday, 02 August 2012 at 12:47 am

    Charles the inlet line is the bottom refrigerant line. The top refrigerant line is the suction line and the new models have an access valve to help you set superheat. Thank you Charles. Sorry it took so long to get you an answer. Thanks David R.Cook

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