Okay, everyone hold on!
If anyone on here actually read each post fully and comprehended what they read then you would have realized that i am the OP. I started this thread. I understand what caused my machine to freeze. I never questioned why it froze only what to do about it now, i personally have never been in this situation so i had a few questions. I wasn't holding the recovery tech's hand while he recovered, i had other things to do.
If you looked at Post #28 and #34, i was simply asking "browntrout" what caused his machine to freeze. If you look, he posted that one of his mechanics just froze subcooler tubes....... I was simply wondering if he had water flow through the machine when it froze and if so, did the machine totally flood....
If everyone would just stop being keyboard warriors maybe this site would actually help ppl.
KnewYork- Thanks for your responses, they have been helpful!:
Its funny that you accuse me of not reading previous posts when in fact it was YOU that didn't read all the posts.... Read it again and maybe you'll understand what i was asking.
Originally Posted by Healey Nut
After I responded I realized you were the OP. This particular situation hits home with me because I spent a great deal of time training a Journeyman (with questionable credentials) exactly how to transfer refrigerant. After I left the company, I learned that he froze some tubes in a chiller while transferring refrigerant. He tried to pass the blame to another journeyman by saying "That's what he told me to do." He had no excuse because he broke the cardinal rule of continuing to remove vapor below the freezing point.
Yes i understand completely, I have personally recovered and overhauled many machines and i understand proper recovery techniques. The only reason i decided to sub out the recovery process was because our large high pressure recovery machine was being used on another job at the time. I am the service supervisor for my company so even though i wasn't the lead mechanic on the job, you can see why this whole situation would fall into my lap.
Originally Posted by KnewYork
Jon , my apologies . I did misread the post , you are the original poster .But when you see posts about how did you freeze the tube and did the machine flood . Those questions are so basic when related to refrigeration and chillers .
The 64 roars to life Whoo hoo ...shes a rolling chassis .
You bend em" I"ll mend em" !!!!!!!
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Its all good!
Originally Posted by Healey Nut
WE MAKE A SIMILAR REPAIR WITH TWO MC QUAYS , I WILL RECOMMEND THAT AFTER FINISH THE CLEAN AND EVACUATION OF THE SYSTEMS INSTALL A INTERCLEANER I WILL FORWARED PICTURES HOW WE DID THE JOB GETTER WITH MCQUAY FACTORY TECH.
Sounds good. Thanks
Originally Posted by ESS CHILL WATER
I really enjoy to read all the post about the problem... There so many things that I learn in this topic.....
It will be nice if put the information of what you do to fix the problem, haw it works and the final cost to the owner of the chiller...
I live in Mexicali, Mexico and it's gonna be good to know about the differential of cost.
HAVE A GOOD DAY
You might have a little trouble getting that information from Jon. He hasn't been on the forum in two years.
Originally Posted by Takete
Thank you knewYork
I just read this entire post from beginning to end ....never realized it was 2 years old ...good read anyway ,thanks for the bump .....
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Originally Posted by under pressure