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    CVHF drive fluid

    Recently came across the fact that for the water cooled AFD drives that they changed the drive fluid to a new part number which consists of 5 gallons of concentrate mixed at say 3 to 5 percent which would net you somewhere around 128 gallons of drive fluid after mixing. Anyone else see this yet?


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    Also is there any other substitutes for the drive fluid?


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    Yes, that’s true, you’ll have enough drive fluid to not only last the life of the chiller, but your life also.

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    Exactly considering I only have one chiller at this point that uses this drive fluid. That will extend way past the life of the machine and myself if that's all I'm using this for.


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    Use JCI coolant or loopgaurd260

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    Thanks for the info!


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