Type: Posts; User: local 832s
Direct liquid injection system:whistle:
I've seen plenty of neg superheat on low temp racks during flood back situations!
I would check LLSV. Start compressor (only the troubled one) let it run for awhile. Then raise set point and watch it. See if it pumps down correctly.
Where are you located? Looks like maybe jersey? Too little unless it's managing a few techs then you could moonlight to make up the difference:grin2:
Where are you located? Looks like maybe jersey? Too little unless it's managing a few techs then you could moonlight to make up the difference
sporland rcw-42....look it up
Ok....If I have a contaminated system IE(.Burn out), I use the appropriate suction line filter drier and replace in a few days. They make them specifically for high moisture and acid exposed systems....
Still a bit low on charge I would say. Subcooling?
I hate to answer a question with a question but why do they make both suction AND liquid line filter driers?
All the ones Ive worked on have been ccw to lower psi. That said, it's not a set in stone rule just my experience.
3/8" makes a difference for larger systems. A 2 or 3lb system 1/4" is fine. I work mostly on 50-1000lb systems so 3/8" is in my hands often. Core removal is also a must on recovery of large...
Ok I give up. Just do it anyway you would like. Not mad but don't know how else to explain pumping down a system into the RECEIVER not CONDENSER.
If you close the outlet of the receiver it all has to at some point go through the condenser.
Think about the cycle it'll work perfectly. I can pump a 400# rack down 99% in just a few min then...
As I said, I meant no offense. Just don't wanna step by step a consumer.
I still stand by my method of pumping it down to the receiver. Simply close the outlet to the receiver and let it pump...
I see no reason why the refrigerant can't be condensed. The OP simply asked the quickest way to pump out a condenser.
Now if he asked the quickest way to pump out a condenser without fans.....
^^^^ No offense but you don't have pro status thus I'm not walking you through step by step.
I can assure you though that IF you get pro status come back and your questions can be answered.
use compressor to pump into receiver. No faster way imho.
Most likely infiltration
Totally normal..... on a -20 rack:whistle:
^^^^ agree^^^^^ I replace mine with o rings from lowes or HD and works fine.
On another note, I think using analog is good to start off. New techs need to think about whats going on with the...
Installed a few and no complaints so far.
paragon has a new digital timer that replaces all the 8000 series so no need to carry multiple timers for paragon replacement. Also had a memory program that has 10 hrs of life after power outages....
80k????? Thats a bad bad year:pileon:
Just a guess.... 17-20/hr