Type: Posts; User: ssseward
also have seen steam driven eductors used to speed up evacuation time on large absorbers.
Saw it on a turbine drive chiller. Helped the turbine use steam better and put it through a heat exchanger to use the heat for something else afterwards.
Cant believe you all missed it, The problem is the bull nut is loose on the heifer shaft.
NOT TO MENTION THE FACT THAT A SCROLL RUNNING BACKWARDS IS NOISY AS HECK
COULD YOU USE A REGULAR MACHINE AND USE SOME OF THAT FREE WASTE HEAT TO HEAT THE LEAVING COOLING WATER?
We have repaired leaking tube sheets by sand blasting the tube sheet, putting the machine in a vacuum, and using belzona molecular metal or epoxy on the tube sheets and waterboxes. The only problem...
If Your Not Doing Anything Wrong, What Differance Does It Make?
All That New Stuff Is Ok As Long As Its Not Adding A Chemical Into The System That You Cant Get Back Out. And Why Would You Want To Use A Water Based Manometer And Add Moisture To A System Other Than...
We found parts of the curcuit wiring layng on the ground and in the water after it rains so we got it up, dryed it out and it solved the problem till we can replace the wiring harness. thanks
I have a rtac that runs fine loaded but when it unloads, it blows the control fuse. It dosnt matter which circuit is running either. Anybody have any ideas? Thanks
Anyone Know Of A Good Place To Buy Coelescers For A Reco Screw Package?
ambient air temp is 93. the cond. coils were cleaned first, but they are getting a little ragged. all the fans are running and ok. I was suspecting worn bearings or rotors adding the extra heat. ...
Thanks a million. I will see what it looks like.
That makes sense. Does too much oil mean higher heat?
I have a RTAA 100 with high entering oil temp on 1 circuit. The oil cooling circuit is dropping the oil temp 30 degrees. Oil into the oil cooler is almost 190 degrees. sub cooling 20, superheat...
you might have a guide vane blade that has spun in the pulley and is not closing with the rest of them, loading the compressor o start-up. ive dealt with that on xr's and earlier carrier centrifugals
Those molex connectors are definantly a suspect. ther is an upgrade kit from carrier p/n 32mp660-015. also, be sure you have a good panel ground
York Manual 160.80-m1(604) Has All The Info On That Panel And Display. Its Avail. Online At York.com
Some DG,s had a float evaporator feed with a solonoid-piston arangement that opened the float at low load and some had a poppet valve that worked off of diff. pressure.
19DG agitator valves were for low load surge protection and to stop the low load rumble DG's were famous for. they were brought on by a switch on the back of the vane motor. Most 19 DG approach's...
Sounds to me like someone got in a bind as was trying to make something work. Get a three speed and and simplify everything