Refrigerant line insulation. 1950's refrigerator.
Refrigerant Line Insulation
- (Refrigerant Lines) Two copper lines that connect the outdoor air conditioner or heat pump to the indoor evaporator coil.
- (Refrigerant lines) Insulated copper tubing through which refrigerant flows to and from indoor and outdoor units.
- The state of being insulated
- Material used to insulate something, esp. a building
- the state of being isolated or detached; "the insulation of England was preserved by the English Channel"
- insulating material: a material that reduces or prevents the transmission of heat or sound or electricity
- (insulate) protect from heat, cold, or noise by surrounding with insulating material; "We had his bedroom insulated before winter came"
- The action of insulating something or someone
we should have put a bow on this
My father stayed at the house until 4:30am cutting this space for the HVAC refrigerant lines. I've never been so proud of him and so furious at the HVAC people in my life.
This is the closet under the stairs that has a wall shared with the wall of our walk-in closet upstairs. Had we not cut this for them to run refrigerant lines, they were going to run them out the roof and attach them all the way down the back of our house. They want our house to look like a submarine, I swear.
Had to be careful in this part of the master bedroom. Air returns and refrigerant lines for the AC under the floor.
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