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    Sporlan Distributor

    Unable to find the D327-3/4 anywhere from Sporlan literature.

    Not a big deal, just wondering why?

    Is it a special distributor made for an OEM? It's in a Hussmann RLT Ice Cream case

    Bulletin 20-10 shows a D260 but no D327

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phase Loss View Post
    Unable to find the D327-3/4 anywhere from Sporlan literature.

    Not a big deal, just wondering why?

    Is it a special distributor made for an OEM? It's in a Hussmann RLT Ice Cream case

    Bulletin 20-10 shows a D260 but no D327
    That's why it's not in any literature.
    I love the smell of phosgene first thing in the morning:

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    Hussmann seems to have a lot of parts made specifically for them. When there are standard parts that are exactly the same.

    Must be because when someone finds a failed part in their case, they search for the part, but are unable to find it. So they order it through Hussmann and get charged an arm & a leg.

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    Yep.
    I love the smell of phosgene first thing in the morning:

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    The D-327 is not a standard distributor. It has a longer copper tubing section for easier brazing. In addition, it is a modified distributor body that doesn't use the typical dispersion cone...it is flat instead. It has a special nozzle too.

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    Where do you find that information tho Bunny?

    Or are you just in the "know"?

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