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  1. #1
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    Hey guys. I`m in school right now and one of my teachers gave the 'bonus question' of "what is the difference between compliant and non-compliant scroll compressors"(possibly in reference to copeland?) He kind of laughed when he asked it so maybe I`m on a wild goose chase. Any ideas?thanks
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    From http://www.emersonclimatecontractor.com website:

    The standard Copeland scroll has a unique feature called axial compliance. This allows the fixed scroll to move in the axial direction, by very small amounts, to ensure that the fixed and orbiting scrolls are always loaded together with the optimal force.
    Couldn't have said it better myself.
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    http://www.xpedio.carrier.com/idc/gr.../811-20065.pdf

    I think the answer is in here on page 6

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    Thanks guys
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    One thing dhanna,that seems to be a really good sorce for info is that info easy to gain access too or do you have to be a member/dealer?
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  6. #6
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    I did a Google search for "non-compliant scroll compressors" it was on the first page Then I just had to find it in the article. Is was in a race mode when I answered that but shophound beat me. To be honest I didn't even know if I answered right I didn't even read the article, but I did save it so I can read it later.

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