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    York YTK Manual

    Does anyone know where I can get a manual for a York YTK?

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    More info is needed, full model and serial number would help. There is many manuals for many Yt's.

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    As Buck said, a YTK what? If you want service lit on centrifugal chillers, you also need to put something in your profile about who you are and what you do. Gives the rest of us a warm fuzzy feelin'..............

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    Do you know the axial thrust on the low speed for a YDTL 108?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MQ03122 View Post
    Do you know the axial thrust on the low speed for a YDTL 108?
    Yes.

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    What's the answer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MQ03122 View Post
    What's the answer?
    Look at post #3 in this thread. Then go and pick out a few personal profiles of members, myself included if you'd like, see what's in them, and then tell all of us about you. I doubt seriously that you are a beginner or handyman if you know what axial thrust is, but if you're new here, be kind enough to indulge the rest of us with some of your history if you want answers to questions about large-tonnage equipment. It's only fair.

    A question to the keepers of the forum: When is the "Chiller" section going to be put under the pro heading???

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    Quote Originally Posted by MQ03122 View Post
    Do you know the axial thrust on the low speed for a YDTL 108?
    I don't know.... strikes me as a little weird you only want that measurement. Get a teardown manual, that'll tell you ALL the proper mic readings.
    Sic Semper Tyrannis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by txhvac View Post
    I don't know.... strikes me as a little weird you only want that measurement. Get a teardown manual, that'll tell you ALL the proper mic readings.
    The reason I only needed that answer was because its not in the manual.I was able to figure it out.By the way gentleman I updated my profile.Sorry I skipped it earlier,it was not my intentions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MQ03122 View Post
    The reason I only needed that answer was because its not in the manual.I was able to figure it out.By the way gentleman I updated my profile.Sorry I skipped it earlier,it was not my intentions.
    Now you have me interested.

    So what is the specs. on the thrust?

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    Interests me, too. This isn't an equation, it's a factory construction tolerance. How did you figure it out?

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    You're right.I just happen to find other teardown manuals on the previous compressor model and matched it against the compressor I just overhauled.Had to match all parts and so on.But thanks anyways.I'm here to help anyone.I'm willing to share my brains."Sharing is Caring"

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