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cha09
14-08-2007, 04:17 AM
please give me suggest, may I use compressor more than 5000 hour for the first time, my NH3 compressor is a reciprocating compressor, two stage, Sabroe 116

US Iceman
14-08-2007, 04:48 AM
It would be best to use the Sabroe guidelines for replacement intervals. Remember, these operating hours are recommended average hours. A compressor that is treated badly may require more frequent inspection and replacement of parts. This is only something you can decide.

I have seen compressors that are treated well and never been taken apart also.

hendry
15-12-2007, 08:32 PM
you are recommend to perform minimum check/s.

these days, QC for compressor before delivery is on random basis.

you wouldn't know if you are to 'choosen' one with defective parts.

it is good to check & change the lube oil; moreover some manufacturer place some cloth type filter at the strainer. if you do not check, ....


perform the isnpection if you trust onyl what you see.

Denny Thuss
16-12-2007, 08:01 PM
please give me suggest, may I use compressor more than 5000 hour for the first time, my NH3 compressor is a reciprocating compressor, two stage, Sabroe 116

just do it my friend, don't forget to check the alignment, and ofcourse to remove the cloth type filter at the strainer.

IceMan_4000
25-01-2008, 09:22 PM
I would say 10,000Hrs seems to be the rule of thumb with Recip. The diminishing factor to these hours is the Stop Start

Grizzly
25-01-2008, 10:53 PM
please give me suggest, may I use compressor more than 5000 hour for the first time, my NH3 compressor is a reciprocating compressor, two stage, Sabroe 116

CHA09.
Check out the attachment. It Should help with your service interval dilemma
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Grizzly
25-01-2008, 11:31 PM
CHA09.
Check out the attachment. It Should help with your service interval dilemma
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Also open this doc as it's to be used in conjuction with the other.
Cheers Grizzly