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    Cornelius XRC 530

    Anyone have the operating pressures for freeze and harvest for an XRC530?


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    Check your refrigerant guide - What's your water inlet Temp ? What type of evap ? What type of Cond ?
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    Inlet water temp approx. 55-60 degrees,half dice evaporator, remote condenser.

    Found a leak on the accumulator.

    Manual I have for this machine does not contain operating pressures.

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    Ive got the Training / service manual pdf for that series if ya need it.To much info in it to just post it in a general fourm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crackertech View Post
    Ive got the Training / service manual pdf for that series if ya need it.To much info in it to just post it in a general fourm.
    Pressures will always fluctuate on a remote system - liquid line temp vs. receiver capacity - I used a Electro Sight glass for 12 years and it worked well in ice equipment / / REFRIGERANT CHARGE is directly linked to system pressures during expansion molecules in defrost cycle..

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