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SIPHON
12-11-2012, 11:24 PM
Hi,

Currently have been requested to remove and replace 2 existing open drive TRANE compressors 3F5B80 operating on R22 used for HVAC in a large super market....Using 37kw drive motors.

Customer has requested for Bitzer CSH series compressors as replacement

I am having difficulty locating official capacity rating information for the existing TRANE compressor?
Can anyone provide me with a technical fact sheet or link on the ratings of this compressor? ;)

HVACRsaurus
13-11-2012, 09:16 AM
Is it an original Trane Chiller package? If so info might be available for capacity of package. Else, how about the TX valves - perhaps capacity could be determined from orifice size & manufacturer documentation. Last resort, do it the old fashioned way - whip off a head, measure bore / stroke & calculate the swept volume with reference to motor speed :D

SIPHON
14-11-2012, 10:27 AM
Yes original trane chiller units Thanks for the tip but we have used the TX Valve method but would like to see some data sheet

HVACRsaurus
14-11-2012, 12:10 PM
Check out the link below. Pretty left field but it references this compressor in an aircraft cooling unit - With 44 tons of cooling.

http://www.aeroservicios.com/system/files/59_Air%20a%20Plane%204490D.pdf

HVACRsaurus
14-11-2012, 12:27 PM
Also, this website has some info - physical & electrical specs of F Compressor.

http://www.aeroservicios.com/system/files/59_Air%20a%20Plane%204490D.pdf

HVACRsaurus
14-11-2012, 12:28 PM
I mean This one..

http://www.americanhermetics.net/content/Reciprocating__Compressors/trane.asp

SIPHON
17-11-2012, 10:23 AM
Thanks real informative spot on