View Full Version : oil chiller on spindle machine
on a call the other day at a local machining factory oil chiller was tripping motor starter every couple hours anyway this chiller has chineese or japaneese writting all over it ,and had to install own line tap valves cause ones on it were weird never seen them before and my guages wouldnt seal on them . the threads on there valves matched my guages ,but there's no shreder cores ,had something different hard to describe a dome with hole on top and u push down on it and it opens then slams shut. anyone seen this or know of an adapter to fit guages .
03-24-2006, 04:59 PM
Sounds like an automotive style fitting. Bunch of different companies make the adaptors. I have a couple made by yellow-jacket. If that's not what they are, I have no idea.
thank you it looks like a normal guage fitting but the thing on the end looks like a screen on the inlet of a txv the part u see when the screen is in the valve
03-24-2006, 09:53 PM
ya going to learn all about mitsubishi rotary compressors!
sounds like an auto fitting, could have metric thread fittings though.
good luck- no cooling for oil means your machines are running "loose". hope theey are r22 for ya.
yeah the only thing in english was r-22 lol
03-25-2006, 08:46 AM
snap a pic if you can and post it so we can get a look at it.
03-25-2006, 11:30 AM
I thinking that access valve might be a 1/4" JIC 37º flare as opposed to the standard 45º SAE we're used to.
03-28-2006, 12:22 AM
hadnt thought about that- units i have worked on have standard 1/4 access. Very hard to determine just which of those numbers on the mitsu scroll are actual comp mod no.s.
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