Search:

Type: Posts; User: trippintl0

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.02 seconds.

  1. NICE i am going to use this line!

    NICE i am going to use this line!
  2. Sorry just trying to be funny, no offense...

    Sorry just trying to be funny, no offense intended :) low suction is typically associated with low on charge or restriction.
  3. media.townhall.com/townhall/reu/ha/2013/311/a57b18...

    media.townhall.com/townhall/reu/ha/2013/311/a57b18a5-155c-4a9a-8bc6-00f1d51ccf51.jpg
  4. Replies
    16
    Views
    855

    Maybe you're thinking Delfield and Manitowoc. ...

    Maybe you're thinking Delfield and Manitowoc. Manitowoc owns a lot of companies.
  5. Good job!

    Good job!
  6. I just worked on Traulsen passthru with 8 half...

    I just worked on Traulsen passthru with 8 half doors and it had a 1/2hp :shrug:
  7. Box may have been designed to run at 45*f being...

    Box may have been designed to run at 45*f being so old. Maybe that's why it only used a 1/3hp. I would have gone back with a 1/2hp preferably with receiver, and a TXV.

    The compressor you got is...
  8. Replies
    16
    Views
    855

    Actually the manual calls for 45# suction with...

    Actually the manual calls for 45# suction with box at 35 degrees F. So it may not be - that - far off.

    Common issues I've seen on these models is poor airflow, wrong evap fan blade, the louvers...
  9. COULD BE BAD MOTORS

    COULD BE BAD MOTORS
  10. Replies
    17
    Views
    847

    I don't work on supermarket racks. But on a few...

    I don't work on supermarket racks. But on a few parallel racks I've seen where you have a 10hp, then 15hp, then 20hp, it will short cycle a bigger compressor if the smallest compressor isn't...
  11. Replies
    8
    Views
    366

    Sounds like txv working ok to me. Are all...

    Sounds like txv working ok to me. Are all circuits in the evaporator frosting or just a few? That could cause coil to partially freeze up.

    Assuming entire coil is feeding properly, the 2 to 10...
  12. Replies
    71
    Views
    1,629

    Yes that makes sense. Sounds more like a...

    Yes that makes sense. Sounds more like a potential issue of slugging at start up rather than flooding while running. Makes sense, thanks for the clarification!
  13. Replies
    71
    Views
    1,629

    Good point, never even crossed my mind. Might a...

    Good point, never even crossed my mind. Might a crankcase heater be beneficial in this scenario?
  14. Replies
    71
    Views
    1,629

    Hmmmm... I don't think I would've done it like...

    Hmmmm... I don't think I would've done it like that, you always want liquid moving downhill through condenser... but I guess if it works, it works?
  15. Replies
    71
    Views
    1,629

    AWESOME.

    AWESOME.
  16. Replies
    71
    Views
    1,629

    Ice, your testimony gives me confidence to start...

    Ice, your testimony gives me confidence to start using the cap tube sizing program. Actually makes me want to double check a lot of manufacturers specs too!

    PHM: I agree with you 100 percent. ...
  17. Replies
    71
    Views
    1,629

    txv... txv... txv... :) I love this kind of...

    txv... txv... txv... :) I love this kind of project, I envy you right now. But I'm worried, just visualizing in a week hearing you say "compressor too hot, too much superheat, had to shorten the...
  18. Replies
    71
    Views
    1,629

    Every evaporator I've ever seen feeds into the...

    Every evaporator I've ever seen feeds into the inside layer, then the outside layer that the return air hits is piped to suction header.

    In addition, water cooled condensers are also piped cross...
  19. Replies
    71
    Views
    1,629

    If there's one thing you REALLY need to do right,...

    If there's one thing you REALLY need to do right, it's sizing the cap tube. Guessing is not going to cut it. You could always just throw in a txv, too.
  20. Replies
    71
    Views
    1,629

    When the ambient air is pulled in to the coil it...

    When the ambient air is pulled in to the coil it is at say 80*f. After passing through let's say it's at 100*f. So if the discharge gas is at 120*f then it can still transfer heat with 100*f air. ...
  21. Replies
    71
    Views
    1,629

    Coldest air should hit coldest refrigerant. So...

    Coldest air should hit coldest refrigerant. So it should start with back coil, then run through front coil. That's how multi layer coils are usually piped
  22. Replies
    71
    Views
    1,629

    I'd redo it so you feed the original coil first,...

    I'd redo it so you feed the original coil first, then out of that coil into the new front coil.

    Would be even better if you could put them side by side with fans on each.
  23. Replies
    33
    Views
    3,281

    I can tell you what's going on, the tech made a...

    I can tell you what's going on, the tech made a good effort by replacing the condensing unit on an old Traulsen, but he failed by not converting it to TXV, and he should have also cut out hot gas...
  24. Replies
    28
    Views
    1,806

    They're really pretty simple. If head pressure...

    They're really pretty simple. If head pressure is above setpoint on valve, it should not bypass hot gas into receiver. If head pressure is below setpoint then it should bypass.

    In your case...
  25. Replies
    65
    Views
    1,720

    (hands customer $3500 invoice) yep yer fan motor...

    (hands customer $3500 invoice) yep yer fan motor went out, but don't worry you won't have to worry about that happ'nin e'er again. what happened to yer yard? oh well
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4
Comfortech Show Promo Image

Related Forums

Plumbing Talks | Contractor Magazine
Forums | Electrical Construction & Maintenance (EC&M) Magazine
Comfortech365 Virtual Event