Question about Heating & Cooling
The only way to do that would be to heat the tank up with very hot water to the piont where the pressure in the tank is higher then the head pressure of the system while running.
Do it at the coolest time of the day so the head pressure is at it's lowest point...
Then also feed it in as a liquid so that you can get it in faster...
Just curious as to why there are no access points or service valves in the suction side of the system...do you have no access to even check the low side pressure???
Does the unit run 24/7 ???
You may even have to set the tank up so that it is in a water bath and then you keep heat under it as in a burner of some type to keep it hot enough to overcome the high side pressures...seems like it could be kinda tricky to do, but possible...
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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