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    I like to make people satisfied. But it's not...

    I like to make people satisfied. But it's not always that way. It may occur misunderstandings from customer, so the service leader have to nag a little on me, but i explain my version, everything's...
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    Yeap. Static pressure, but it's no danger if you...

    Yeap. Static pressure, but it's no danger if you are 'bout 4-5 psi less or more than recommended pressure. It will run perfect anyway.
  3. Max working pressure on exchanger 450 PSI, Relief...

    Max working pressure on exchanger 450 PSI, Relief blows by 400 PSI, High pressure switch trips by 350 PSI, Exchanger placed between solenoid valve and TXV, Regular working pressure at 230-240 PSI
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    Went out for same problem, TWICE, but both Exch....

    Went out for same problem, TWICE, but both Exch. was on freezers.

    Directly when I saw your pics on frosted pipes I direcktly started to think 'bout writing "check suction line temp before and...
  5. Why do this happen? (Suction gas heat exchangers)

    To make long story short.

    Changed one. Cutted the old one for inspection., cracked in one end as well, blowed liquid straight into suction pipe. Iced up liquid separator and compressor.
    Why does...
  6. Thread: leak check

    by Putte
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    For me it sounds like a worn IR sensor or missing...

    For me it sounds like a worn IR sensor or missing sealings on sensors in and out tubings.
  7. Thread: leak check

    by Putte
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    Back in sweden we had the oppurtunity to borrow a...

    Back in sweden we had the oppurtunity to borrow a pair of leak detectors, a bunch of different brands and trying it out for a shorter period and evaluate'em, anyone who's curios has given possibility...
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    A swede's sitting on a café eating breakfast,...

    A swede's sitting on a café eating breakfast, aside him there's a norweigan chewing bubble gum
    The norweigan asks artless:
    - Do you swedes eat the whole bread?
    The swede stops to eat:
    - Yeah of...
  9. Chillin' with liquid nitrogene eh?:grin2:

    Chillin' with liquid nitrogene eh?:grin2:
  10. I use D-Tech CO2, Those bastards will be really...

    I use D-Tech CO2, Those bastards will be really nervous with a bad sensor and starts to give false alarms all the time so you dont really know if u got a leak or not. I know that for sure :whistle:
    ...
  11. A blaster is an oversized ref system yes. Just to...

    A blaster is an oversized ref system yes. Just to chill prepared food quick as possible, so it's wont be some bacterias at all, the longer it takes for food to cool down the more bacterias' growing....
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    I have to make special order for epoxy coated...

    I have to make special order for epoxy coated evaps when ordering Luve or Alfa Laval brand, as standard they come "naked". But electrolux evaps comes coated as standard.
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    There's fully possible to get evaporators...

    There's fully possible to get evaporators prepainted with epoxy coating, li'l more expensive... But they last longer and resist vinegar products better than "naked" evaps. But still vinegar is pretty...
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    Any kind of barley will be moldy if getting wet...

    Any kind of barley will be moldy if getting wet and not drying up properly. But it will take longer time in a cooled area.
  15. Looks like you two want to hurl ;) But why? They...

    Looks like you two want to hurl ;) But why? They are a li'l bit tricky to work with, much electronics to struggle with :P
  16. How common is Blast chillers/freezers in the US?

    A thought just hit me late in the evening/night (well 12.30 AM)

    How common is the use of those "Blasters" in the US... Fast chill/freeze of warm food.
    Haven't seen much posts about those units...
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    GWP... All this talk 'bout that. Makes me barf...

    GWP... All this talk 'bout that. Makes me barf...
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    Oh... Crap :grin2: I've been learned that...

    Oh... Crap :grin2:

    I've been learned that critic point for oil is 248F when i educated me for a pair years ago, and that you didn't want discharge temps over 220F, that it could shorten the oil's...
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    Hohoho, to find out which one is broken there?...

    Hohoho, to find out which one is broken there? Good luck :grin2:
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    There's one Brand we use frequently where i work....

    There's one Brand we use frequently where i work. Carel. Simple to use, but still very intelligent controllers, with support for several evaporators, support for monitoring and managing over TCP/IP...
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    There's a suggestion to replace 404A with 407F...

    There's a suggestion to replace 404A with 407F here in Europe, due to a lower GWP, 'til 2015 they (Just a bunch of morons deciding that and more like how much a banana should be curved, how...
  22. The Bitzer Subcritic rack with 4 octagons I told...

    The Bitzer Subcritic rack with 4 octagons I told about in a earlier post have separatly oil level regulators called ERM2 http://www.coolmark.nl/img/products/large/erm%20olieniveauregelaar.jpg

    This...
  23. Seems like Bitzer compressors on the advansor...

    Seems like Bitzer compressors on the advansor rack. Very common brand in most applications, at least here in Sweden...

    Bitzer is realiable, the compressors Rolls-Royce. But in other case......
  24. Err... Correction... Working above critical point...

    Err... Correction... Working above critical point at condenser side in transcritic...
  25. Well... How should i explain it... CO2 pump...

    Well... How should i explain it...

    CO2 pump system. Like using a brine. You have a unit charged with R404A (for example) Running like a freezer, cooling down the CO2 to approx -32F so it stays in...
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