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  1. #14
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    upgrade CentraVac Chiller

    In $ how much shall I budget to upgrade CentraVac Chiller from UCP1 to Ch 531?


    Quote Originally Posted by graham View Post
    40 hrs should cover it but if you have not done it before it will take longer .The first one I did was when they first came out and it took about 60 hrs but the kits have improved a lot and there is no need to do a lot of sub assembly, you used to have to assemble everything. I"ve done about a dozen of them now on all types of chillers PCV,CVHB.CVHE&F star delta and soft start even put one on a carrier 19D .Once you have done a few it gets easier I can do one now in 30 hrs or so. The new automotive connectors also help cut down on install time.Graham Trane tech

  2. #15
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    I dont think we should talk about this on this forum email me @ chillmans@gmail.com

  3. #16
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    Ch531

    Dont ask me about the $"s I"m just a tech.You bend em I"ll mend em. Thats my moto. No we should not discuss $ on this forum .Graham

  4. #17
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    Winnipeg,MB,Canada
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    Is your control transformer fed from phases A and B. This will generate a momentary power loss diagnostic.

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