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I've been on both sides for many years and it's f-up for both. As a factory guy they were never ready and wouldn't let me leave. As a mech contactor s/u guy I see why no one is ready. I go to the...
07-14-2006, 08:52 PM
carriermech, many factors going into d. superheat(gas density,wheel design, wheel to wall fit, how much oil is in the refer,load,lift and so on) TOO many to go into. When I worked for the big C we...
07-13-2006, 08:52 PM
Design info?? what year?
Just some info for you:
check discharge superheat-10-20* range at full load.(yr)
not sure why your start/stop is only 10min-short loop or what? check the control...
Back in the day when I worked for the big "c" I thought it was strange how the service guys got feed back. We had two offices about 50 miles apart and no communcation. I was working on an oil problem...
07-04-2006, 10:40 PM
Design,design,design. You can't t/s these units without design info. Whats the latest, I hate no fallow up so we can all learn.
With the 19xrv you need to know the speed at said conditions. I'm...
You said 70%, that must be motor amps and not speed? ( 19xl )
It make a diff if it's got a vfd 19xrv. just asking?
At 70% motor and you can keep your water at 65*-cool and your boss should'nt be...
I've talked to Carrier on this, they had floats sticking and changed the design. Still looked cheap to me. I first noticed suction would drop all of sudden. shut the unit down and start it up,...
When I worked for the big " C " (11yrs) they paid local scale and some got over scale, only two dollars. I know they now give some guys foreman pay ( 5% over j-man ). I'm in nor cal and I think j-man...
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