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    The Breezaire thread made me think about this. ...

    The Breezaire thread made me think about this. We sell Breezaire fractional compressors and every once and a while we get urgent requests for a teardown on an out of warranty compressor (they use a...
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    Out of curiosity, how are you guys covered for...

    Out of curiosity, how are you guys covered for liability? Say you accidentally screw something up and this guys $500k in wine gets ruined or likewise a supermarket rack with perishable food. Are...
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    I never did understand how Breezaire managed...

    I never did understand how Breezaire managed their remote condenser systems with cap tube.

    What other controls are on their system? Pump down, receiver? What guidelines did they give you to...
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    Originally posted by Andy Schoen [B] ...

    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Andy Schoen
    [B]

    Thanks and yes I'm at the US HQ in Baltimore. Hope to provide a service close to what you are doing. :)



    Do you mean the hot gas solenoid...
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    Depends on the valve. The majority are made in...

    Depends on the valve. The majority are made in Denmark. We also make some in Mexico and China. All assembly lines are pretty much 100% automated.

    Danfoss AE
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    I honestly don't have much advice. For the...

    I honestly don't have much advice. For the fractional compressors just unbolt it and hang it upsidedown until all the oil drains out of the suction port. I know our newer scrolls have an oil drain...
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    PS. Andy is indeed chicken salad ;) Danfoss...

    PS. Andy is indeed chicken salad ;)

    Danfoss AE (Cobb Salad)
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    You always have to be careful. If you're melting...

    You always have to be careful. If you're melting the connector you are putting way too much heat into that joint. It may be stainless on the outside but inside there is a copper surface so...
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    I thought $45/gallon was absurd until I checked...

    I thought $45/gallon was absurd until I checked my own price book. Our list price is $333.52/gallon LOL! You'd think we were selling fancy Champagne or something. As for your technique that's...
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    I searched through my Matsushita file and...

    I searched through my Matsu****a file and couldn't come up with much info. All I found was that a compressor with a very similar model number to your second one put out 735 Btu/h at -10/130.

    In...
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    We don't compensate for heat being absorbed into...

    We don't compensate for heat being absorbed into the internals because the heat doesn't get to the internals. Stainless steel conducts heat 11 times less than copper so the heat is simply not...
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    Looks like I'm too late to offer any help but I'm...

    Looks like I'm too late to offer any help but I'm glad you got it sorted and doubly glad it wasn't our valve :) Just a couple of quick points:

    The valve body is stainless but the connection is...
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    Nope, we're the same as everyone else. CW will...

    Nope, we're the same as everyone else. CW will increase SH.

    -Danfoss Engineer
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    Well apparently we had some money squirreled...

    Well apparently we had some money squirreled away:
    http://www.turbocor.com/press_room/

    Danfoss AE
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