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6 Ton-1992 mfg date
Here is a link to Mcquay for the sizes and I think the TRANE is 130 tons??
Hope this helps.
I would say anything over 110 degrees will put you at risk for stress cracks to the chiller barrel.
I'm no chiller expert by any means, but just saw one crack with 108 degree water entering.
04-23-2009, 04:26 PM
Needless to say they needed a new condensing unit.
I agree with CCIKelly. Here is a link to Belimo's site.
04-22-2009, 10:12 PM
A contractor can take care of this for you.
String is a good choice...all 4 sides touch then you should be good. :D
I'm not sure if this will help, but check out page 54 & 55. I'll see if I can't find more tomorrow from our...
I go with the pipe clamp that adapts to my fieldpiece.
I agree that the motor speed control is probably the best way. I used to take care of a ton of cell sites and the damn screw on head pressure controls would fail all the time. I started installing...
Well if that ain't the prettiest thing I've ever seen. I didn't think you were supposed to install an oil trap on the suction line at the condensing unit...LOL:eek:
I agree...when in doubt flush it out. Good luck.
Thanks Dowa...or should I say Obi Wan! LOL
The tech isn't going and we can read diagrams. The reason I wanted to post is because the guys were arguing over the issue. I told them the only way to...
We recently hired a new service technician and during his orientation we started to discuss refrigeration and defrost timers. Long story short.
He stated that the X terminal (which is for defrost...
04-20-2009, 02:10 PM
I agree with thermofridge, it's probably not a refrigerant issue. Try the nickel safe cleaner and maybe some food grade silicone spray. Works every time.
Nice work man!
I wish I had this when I cleaned exhaust hoods 12 years ago. Ha ha :eek:
I second that...What's that black sh*t in my water! Ha-ha :eek:
Only get ice from home unless you take care of the machine.
Great reply... a lot of good information.
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