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    anybody knows the name of the liquid heat exchanger?, that I found on a freezer cond.unit(7.5 hp),hot gas def.Is that something still in use?I also heard that there is a suction line solenoid valve,didn`t have chance to inspect piping to figure it out..

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    Are you on a market system?

    Give us more details.
    Visit Sporlan website. Maybe Alco. They've got heat exchangers listed there.
    There are a variety of types.

    Show us a picture. We all like pictures here.




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    From what you describe it sounds like a Kramer Thermobank to me. They're still around and in use although I'm not sure if the New Kramer Co is still making them.

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    Originally posted by icemeister
    From what you describe it sounds like a Kramer Thermobank to me. They're still around and in use although I'm not sure if the New Kramer Co is still making them.
    yes it is Kramer.

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    Originally posted by R12rules
    Are you on a market system?

    Give us more details.
    Visit Sporlan website. Maybe Alco. They've got heat exchangers listed there.
    There are a variety of types.

    Show us a picture. We all like pictures here.



    its a food warehouse.sorry don`t have the means to put picture up yet..

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    They still make the Thermobank System:
    http://www.kramerusa.net/misc/produc...OBANK_FULL.pdf

    The suction solenoid valve you mentioned closes during defrost to divert the suction flow to the re-evap coil in the thermobank.

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