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08-18-2009, 11:26 PM #14
Too bad they can't make a high pressure centrifugal machine that can be used here in the states. Everyone else makes them. In 05 York stopped taking orders on 123 machines.
I hear you guys on the bull work. I am currently having to convert a YR machine to HG Bypass and replace the oil sep. Those seperators are sure "all there".Hell try rebuilding a wrecked Turbomaster 3 stage outside in 100+ weather in FR with the dirt blowing and trying to keep everything clean. That was a job in a half. I will post some pics of that job here in a few days. Just the rotor for the job was approx $400K.
08-25-2009, 10:32 PM #15Regular Guest
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- Feb 2004
looks like south county hospital. am i right?
08-26-2009, 08:53 PM #16
#51 is a view from the motor. I think it ran 13.2KV. 2500HP@3600rpm
#50 was the outer ring for the oil pump.
How about those bearing surfaces on the shaft! Thats what slugging a centrifugal will do to ya!. they had a minor issue with their liquid control.
10-04-2009, 12:51 AM #17Regular Guest
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- Mar 2009
- Media, PA
Nice install. Those other monsters make the 200 ton Carrier units I worked on look like toys!