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  1. #14
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    17CZ

    Quote Originally Posted by heavymetaldad View Post
    17 CZ............. like 16 C's........... there cant be any of them left.


    The last one was the old HL Green Buildging and one over in Fort Worth , Your right they are gone . It was a 1936 chiller when they called R-11 Carene #2

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    I did just recently toss my olde 16C and E manuals.
    \m/
    original member of the racoon brotherhood

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    Baptist church use to have 17M's the Methodist church downtown had a 19C and the 19D2 until it wipe the gears (no longer available) we put a use 19DG compressor on it and made a oil sump on the side of the chiller to mount the oil pump and welded up the elbow

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardL View Post
    Never seen a Carrier 17CZ....I have worked on the 9-1/2 CZ as well as many i6C absorbers. I kept the vacuum eductors from a few of the 16C's...Damned if I know why..Did the 17CZ use Methylene Cloride as refrigerant like the 9-1/2 CZ did?? At the American Securities bank in New Orleans, they have an album of Ol' man Carre himself in color, doing the start-up on a 9-1/2CZ along with his goofy looking fedora hat.
    it was a 9 1/2 CZ comp and 10 1/2 cond and cooler but the top of the O&M said 17Z so we called it a 17CZ,

    your right I saw a 16C aborders in the penthouse at and Lone star gas in Dallas but they didn't run they had a 16JB and I think a 16HA in the basement but Jack M always took care of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavymetaldad View Post
    I did just recently toss my olde 16C and E manuals.
    To bad that E manual would help a little on the 19EX my apprentice wants to know where he can find it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Rules View Post
    To bad that E manual would help a little on the 19EX my apprentice wants to know where he can find it
    that E was as in 16E
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    original member of the racoon brotherhood

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    I still have my 16 absorber books but the last time I look at one was for a Job up in Oklahoma for a quote to replace the carbon bearings, and wear rings on a soution pump

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    i still kept everything more recent, starting at HA
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    Replacement parts

    Excuse me my name is Alex Yara, I have a situation here in Puerto Rico, I need to know if you have replacement parts for Carrier Centrifugal Chillers Model 19XL525344CN, I will appreciate any help, Ineed thrust bearing and impeller.

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    I am an army guy but my best friend is a navy guy!
    he puts a kink in my anchor chain!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    I am an army guy but my best friend is a navy guy!
    he puts a kink in my anchor chain!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Wholly smokes he's back!!!!
    UA 100

    It takes three people to do anything around here. Two do the work, one explains to the crowd of people who showed up when they seen smoke and flames.

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