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  1. #18383
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    i know this is all confusing

    ART
    this is a double hung motor

    where the fans are in the crankcase

    would be directly behind the sleeve bearings

    this would be in about 16" hg

    this area would directly behind the impeller and I would think???? hey should pull out of the center of the stator>??
    then it would find its way between the motor housing and stator and fet sucked into the evaporator

    all i know is
    in the drawing what they have cw is ccw and so on
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  2. #18384
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    dick!!!!!!!!!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by heavymetaldad View Post
    see avatar above left hand corner...........
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    Wait a minute.

    Does this thing use both fans, one a CCW fan from the end you showed, and another CW fan on the other end?

    In that case it will pull stuff through the machine, from one end to the other.
    now i only do residential BUT this sounds correct.....

  4. #18386
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    since it is liquid cooled??
    why do i even need fans?????????????????
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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    since it is liquid cooled??
    why do i even need fans?????????????????
    To keep the liquid moving?

    They aren't really "fans," per se.

    They are "props."

    And in liquid, the airfoil design would be used to reduce cavitation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    since it is liquid cooled??
    why do i even need fans?????????????????
    i'm with you........... never seen fans used to direct flow for motor cooling. liquid injected, drawn off by a vent to the first stage wheel
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  7. #18389
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    exactly!!!!!!!!!!!!

    my head hurts!!!!!!

    no more fan talk!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by heavymetaldad View Post
    i'm with you........... never seen fans used to direct flow for motor cooling. liquid injected, drawn off by a vent to the first stage wheel
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  8. #18390
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    hey 2010!!!!!!!!!

    funny you say just resie! LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    we do the same thing!

    we just work on different models!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by 2010 View Post
    now i only do residential BUT this sounds correct.....
    Last edited by supertek65; 10-09-2010 at 11:27 PM.
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  9. #18391
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    what does the
    multiquote this message in the bottom right corner mean????????????
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  10. #18392
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    I was going to ask someone about that. It just appeared the other day.
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  11. #18393
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    I WILL SELL WORK,GENERATE BUSINESS, GO GET NEW CUSTOMERS!
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  12. #18394
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    it makes me wonder??

    multi quote
    maybe send to many people at one time???????????


    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    I was going to ask someone about that. It just appeared the other day.
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    I'll send you a text tomorrow and we can set a call time.

    Nite!
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