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botrous
22-12-2005, 10:29 PM
Hi mates , MERRY X-MAS first :D

I'm searching for a full color hermetic compressor (alternative and rotary type) exploded view . . . does it happen that any of you have it ??????

If you do :D please send it to me send2pierre@hotmail.com

Always greatful for your help

Respects and regards

Botrous

Abe
22-12-2005, 10:46 PM
Hi mates , MERRY X-MAS first :D

I'm searching for a full color hermetic compressor (alternative and rotary type) exploded view . . . does it happen that any of you have it ??????

If you do :D please send it to me send2pierre@hotmail.com

Always greatful for your help

Respects and regards

Botrous


Boutros,

I wish you a really happy Xmas and all the very best, peace, happiness and prosperity next year......

Now.............What do u mean by colour compressor???????

:D :D :D

botrous
22-12-2005, 11:51 PM
Boutros,

I wish you a really happy Xmas and all the very best, peace, happiness and prosperity next year......

Now.............What do u mean by colour compressor???????


Thanks Abe , Merry xmas to you to and same wishes . . .

what i meant is that i need the pictures of the compressor to be in colors not b/w , and it has to show all the parts (exploded view)

regards

US Iceman
23-12-2005, 12:27 AM
Hi botrous,

The link is for a semi-hermetic compressor. It has a cutaway view and exploded view, but in B/W.

http://www.carlylecompressor.com/Files/Carlyle_Compressor/Local/US-en/documents/020-611.pdf?SMSESSION=NO

In this link: Copeland, again semi-hermetic and B/W

http://www.hvacindia.org.in/journals/2000apr/article04.html

I did find a full color cutaway of a hermetic from Danfoss. See below.

No color exploded views yet.

botrous
24-12-2005, 02:31 PM
Thanks US Iceman , i really appreciate your help . . .

Merry Xmas to you . hope that you and your family will have great holidays . . . .

Botrous

SteveDixey
27-12-2005, 10:12 AM
I have a Macromedia file from Danfoss that might be what you want. It is designed to be used from PowerPoint and has animations of a scroll compressor and a reciprocating compressor. The animation is quite basic but it gives you a basic idea of how they work. It is not an exploded view however.

The Zip file is 195Kb so I'd need to e-mail it to you directly if you want to have a look

Steve

botrous
27-12-2005, 09:22 PM
I have a Macromedia file from Danfoss that might be what you want. It is designed to be used from PowerPoint and has animations of a scroll compressor and a reciprocating compressor. The animation is quite basic but it gives you a basic idea of how they work. It is not an exploded view however.

The Zip file is 195Kb so I'd need to e-mail it to you directly if you want to have a look

Steve

Thanks steve , this is my email adress
send2pierre@hotmail.com

thanks and regards

Carlo Hansen
28-12-2005, 12:03 PM
Hi Botrus

Here is a couple of link to animaton etc.
Maybe you can find something.

http://rpaulsingh.com/animated%20figures/animationlist.htm

http://www.redrok.com/engine.htm

best regards
Carlo Hansen

SteveDixey
28-12-2005, 12:41 PM
Thanks steve , this is my email adress
send2pierre@hotmail.com

thanks and regards

It should be in your inbox now

Steve

botrous
29-12-2005, 09:56 PM
Thanks steve I've got it

botrous
29-12-2005, 09:59 PM
Hi Botrus

Here is a couple of link to animaton etc.
Maybe you can find something.

http://rpaulsingh.com/animated%20figures/animationlist.htm

http://www.redrok.com/engine.htm

best regards
Carlo Hansen

Thanks merry xmas and happy new year

GeorgeD
04-01-2006, 06:00 PM
Hi Steve, I'm new to this website and would love to become a regular part of the community. It is great that there are sites such as these available to assist people who take what they do seriously. Could you please forward the same powerpoint presentation to me? georgederbyshire@hotmail.com I'm also looking for any sites where I can pick up more literature for education purposes. Any advice?

botrous
04-01-2006, 10:09 PM
Hi Steve, I'm new to this website and would love to become a regular part of the community. It is great that there are sites such as these available to assist people who take what they do seriously. Could you please forward the same powerpoint presentation to me? georgederbyshire@hotmail.com I'm also looking for any sites where I can pick up more literature for education purposes. Any advice?

try this one www.train.army.mil , search for refrigeration and you will find 4 books

Respects and regards and welcome to the forum :D

US Iceman
05-01-2006, 02:24 AM
Hey botrous,

Did you just join the US Army to get on this website? :confused:

botrous
05-01-2006, 08:32 AM
Hey botrous,

Did you just join the US Army to get on this website? :confused:

Hi US Iceman , how are you doing ? Merry Xmas and Happy new year . . . .

No I didn't join the US Army anyways I beleive that if the US Army don't wan't but US military to get those information it would have forced a user name and password (you need to have it if you would like to have an exam and a diploma)... and the information for public can be downloaded other reserved for the army are locked , so there is no harm getting on the website....

And hehe it's good for non US supporting to enter the site and download the books , that would make them in a way kind of supportive for the US , don't you think ???

Respects and regards :)

Botrous