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    Confused Carrier 23XL2110

    Slide vane replacement tools, parts list for slide vane rebuilds, help?

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    Per Graham try the search feature at the top of the screen.

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    The tool kit costs almost 15K for screw compressor. If you do not plan on opening a compressor rebuild shop, I would suggest getting getting a rebuilt one from Carriers rebuild shop in Houston. It even comes with a warranty.

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    Slide valve?

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    yep---there be a slide valve for controlling load--about 5" in diameter and one inch thick and has an oring that seals it--the problem we had was it hunting and surging---all due to that oring leaking
    Rather be golfing!

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    Sounds like the problem similar to Dunham-Bush screw chillers.

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    I think I still have the tear down manual on that machine
    Rather be golfing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rimide View Post
    I think I still have the tear down manual on that machine
    To which chiller, the Carrier or the D-B?

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    carrier 23xl
    Rather be golfing!

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    tools

    The only tools you need to do the slide valve is a special socet. Witch one depends on the compresser manufacturer. howden or ingersal rand. They are the only tools you need to buy from carrier i have the part # if you want them both are 1200.00 from carrier. If doing an overhaul do not buy there tool kit we had/made all the tools for 500.00. sorry about spelling

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    Ingersoll vs. Howden:
    The last digit of the model number on the compressor nameplate (located on the side of the rotor housing) A “G” in the last digit of the compressor model number identifies an Ingersoll-Rand compressor and an “H” will signify a Howden compressor

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    hey rimide would you have the tear down manual and or a parts list that you could email?i have the start up, operation, maintenance manuals but not the others

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    Welcome new guest.,
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