Type: Posts; User: codgy
Damn, that sounds like the beginning of a terrible week.
1955 copeland semi 1/2 hp in an ice cream box r 12, still running today.
Sounds like a glycol coil?
Great gas lines, 2 lb system? Venting a real life safety issue. I could not sleep if I left this.
Looks great with the space you had.
Might try aircraft cable to quickly make a safety cable to prevent severe damage.
Do they break at the weld to motor body or the actual mount plate? Look for missing weights on blades possible balance issues.
Drill them out and use a brass bolt with ring terminal like they should have done at factory.
R407c works great and is super cheap
Mig it, it works. This is a serious design flaw by Bristol and if you order a replacement it will likely be a danfoss. Mig or silver solder will repair it but the problem will recur due to the bad...
I would try tightening them first. Should just take 30 min. To find out if more is needed. I have fixed several like this without issue. What rebuilder?
Tif zx1 although any heated pentode detector should be fine.
Sizing for heating load is the correct way. It should be fine if sized properly.
Should be fine, maybe a small superheat adj. is all if even that.
That type of install should not cause any issues.
Prefer no rise in drop leg if possible to allow free draining of condenser.
You can pipe it at condenser,but you should use a desuperheating txv also piped in before compressor. It works great, have done this many times. Remember you need a solenoid also if pump down...
Read manual no solenoid needed
I finally bit the bullet and purchased a thermal imager fluke ti55. I had 2 different meter bases and a disconnect burn up last week and would like to catch these issues before a problem occurs. Any...
Sounds like cap tubes undersized? 3 lb sounds like about 3/4 lb overcharge.
I think that the command to off must be constant, are you using dry contacts or electronic relays that might be bleeding through.
Possible to use old evap w txv change and conversion to air defrost if evap is large enough btu wise. Add 15 percent to rated capacity and go from there. Good idea to change cond. as normally low...
Sounds like external equalizer line flooding thru the bad txv.
The white Rogers has some time delay and indicator light functions as well as security limits to prevent users from switching to heat etc.. All around a good control.
Is this for beer/wine distribution center? Electric or propane forklifts?