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  1. #14
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    In theory, carry away oil and contaminates out of linsets and coils. Just a brand name. There are other flushing agents.

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    some smell similar to Epoxy Paint thinners! DO NOT GET ON SKIN as possible: MSDS and all- it is the solvent series that quickly absorbs into you, and your-systems are affected every time; like PVC solvents---

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    Some companies dual compressors for 2 and 3 staging are linked with a parallel line at ~ 3" off the flooring/pan-
    and T-offed ports that are easily opened in operation (a little open) .
    When opened, then excess oil blows out [hoes or foams into a cup] to level (deMini's) - done.

    any recommended impervious hand protection and eye protection required
    and it works perfectly well to achieve a 'right-level'

    -wait 'til you have to silver solder one of these flare-ports to a can... tilting down as you drill, saving chips with a magnet, cleaning and closing... missing the motor windings ~ 3/3" away inside.-- when the OEM replacement compressor did not have the port assembled !

    quite odly---if it were ever super critical, -could port any can for oil-leveling- virtually hand-turning drill once piercing the can.
    ... however, much work still needs to be done.

    CLOSED LOOP 2015 listed EER's over 34 EER "blended from low to high variable speeds" for 32deg.F ~ E-Star

    Perhaps you need a 32F Chiller/HW-Heat: buy a GTHP
    http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?...mal_heat_pumps

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    cleaned and primed painted black for corrosion protection
    common to a few OEM's as with dual-compressor 3-staging annually operating very much like variable VFD's performance (-eh?) for the past 3 decades, in the field
    ... however, much work still needs to be done.

    CLOSED LOOP 2015 listed EER's over 34 EER "blended from low to high variable speeds" for 32deg.F ~ E-Star

    Perhaps you need a 32F Chiller/HW-Heat: buy a GTHP
    http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?...mal_heat_pumps

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    Now that sounds like a lot of trouble! I wouldn't want to be the guy to drill that hole...

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    DRILL that geothermal heat pump hole in a compressor !!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rheeman View Post
    Now that sounds like a lot of trouble! I wouldn't want to be the guy to drill that hole...
    Yep:
    'twas what I got four 'following my heart'
    ... however, much work still needs to be done.

    CLOSED LOOP 2015 listed EER's over 34 EER "blended from low to high variable speeds" for 32deg.F ~ E-Star

    Perhaps you need a 32F Chiller/HW-Heat: buy a GTHP
    http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?...mal_heat_pumps

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