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  1. #1
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    So Tell Me About

    KRAMER
    THERMOBANK
    CONDENSING
    UNITS

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    Thanks y7turbo
    I just found that same manual thru Google. I recently swapped some labor to clean out a compressor room. Yesterday I removed an open drive compressor with a Dayton 3/4 hp. motor. Today I dismantled the Kramer unit. A 1.5 hp. Copelamatic used for a walk in freezer. Also there are two 5 hp. 9R Copelamatic condensing units to be removed, freezers as well. It's going to be fun getting those out.

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    What do you need to know about them ? Theory of operation ? I have worked on many of them.. In fact I have a book on them, almost threw it out this week. Something stopped me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolerguy View Post
    What do you need to know about them ? Theory of operation ? I have worked on many of them.. In fact I have a book on them, almost threw it out this week. Something stopped me.
    coolerguy keep that book ! (just saying) Does it have installation, operation & maintenance ? The thermobank has a pipe plug on one end, is that for my water level ?
    Thanks VTP

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