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    Is this a Reciever or a Low Pressure Vessel



    When you first look at this 'old flow chart; it just does not look right, but then adventually the penny drops !
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    Re: Is this a Reciever or a Low Pressure Vessel

    my only concern is u have an oil drain on the seperator with no return line.
    theres more drain ****s! on the system,didnt spot a drain plug on the comp!!

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    Re: Is this a Reciever or a Low Pressure Vessel

    ha ha p,l,u,g,s was bleeped out!!haha

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    Re: Is this a Reciever or a Low Pressure Vessel

    errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr ok inlighten me cos i missing it ?

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    Re: Is this a Reciever or a Low Pressure Vessel

    Quote Originally Posted by simon@parker View Post
    errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr ok inlighten me cos i missing it ?
    Go on, all the info is there...Is it a reciever or a low pressure vessel ?
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    Re: Is this a Reciever or a Low Pressure Vessel

    Quote Originally Posted by install monkey View Post
    my only concern is u have an oil drain on the seperator with no return line.
    theres more drain ****s! on the system,didnt spot a drain plug on the comp!!
    its prob an amonia system or its one of the first ever fridges made bearing in mind CM prob installed this as new roflmao

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    Re: Is this a Reciever or a Low Pressure Vessel

    its a liq reciever a low pressure vessle has expansion device in front of it

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    Re: Is this a Reciever or a Low Pressure Vessel

    Quote Originally Posted by simon@parker View Post
    its one of the first ever fridges made bearing in mind CM prob installed this as new roflmao
    It's probaly about 100 years ago so maybe not one of my installs
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    Re: Is this a Reciever or a Low Pressure Vessel

    Quote Originally Posted by simon@parker View Post
    its a liq reciever a low pressure vessle has expansion device in front of it
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    Re: Is this a Reciever or a Low Pressure Vessel

    Water cooled head on compressor, and expansion valve might be a hand valve, lots of fiddling to set it.
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