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    Super sized!

    Watts New, Ohm My, I been Electrically Commutated. Are U2.

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    Some people get all the fun.......


    I'm jealous.

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    The view from the other side.

    Watts New, Ohm My, I been Electrically Commutated. Are U2.

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    what is it

    defrost diff valve

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    Originally posted by mccool
    The view from the other side.

    With accumulators even!! Only racks with accumulators we have are old Polar racks

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    How do you like those stepper valves?
    A Diamond is just a piece of coal, that made good under pressure!

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    about a 250 horse rack or is it bigger??

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    Re: what is it

    Originally posted by kutiki
    defrost diff valve
    Easy one eh! I'd never seen them this big though, thought it was worth a pic.
    No verdict on the valves yet, have'nt got to play with them yet.
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    a pilot operated thing a ma jig???

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    Originally posted by Dowadudda
    about a 250 horse rack or is it bigger??
    A little over 200, 2 med. temp suction groups.
    The LT rack is 240 though I believe.
    8 comps. on each.
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    What is it?

    First pic: A ***** to get rebuild parts for.

    Second pic: Superputz with stepper valves that hopefully don't see much moisture.

    The accumulators are only there to get in the way. To keep those stupor valves dry, the superheat has to be high, so the compressors get to get replaced regularly, and to make things more difficult, someone decided that it needed a nice obstacle...

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    Lol Dave! Condemned without picking up the gauges.
    I'll have to do some press., temp readings and see hows its running, and order in that 4" kit.
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    A4A with moduplate

    This is a regulating valve. Looks to be a A4A with optional moduplate. Very easy to rebuild and repair as long as corrosion is not a problem. Parts are easy to find also. Many application. Suction regulator, Defrost regulator (A4Ak), Head pressure, Control Pressure Reciever. Many many more.

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