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    A recent job



    Our latest work.
    Counter in and out the trailer.
    Panel made by my son.
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    Re: A recent job

    Some more pictures.
    Job wasn't completely finished.The fans are now partially covered with Corian.

    The enclosure for the compressor section is standing open just behind the inclined condensor with 3 circuits in it: counter, cooling rooms and airco.

    One of the windows is open, the switches are for the fans in case there's failing one.

    Fans are fed via a safety 220 VAC/220VAC transformer (humidity)
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    Re: A recent job

    As usual..it all has to fit in a very narrow space.
    The counter was test running, you can see the frost on the plate.
    Underneath the counter are 2 probes for controlling the temperature.
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    Re: A recent job

    Nice. is it just me or are the sol valves downstream of the driers?
    Takes a licking, keeps on ticking.

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    Euh.. sure...are you mounting those the other way perhaps

    So you pump down each time your drier and sightglass in ice with every stop you make?

    Why you're doing it the other way? I don't see it.
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    Re: A recent job

    so you can pump over and change the drier
    Takes a licking, keeps on ticking.

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    Re: A recent job

    Lichuan,

    What do you mean with practical result of the finished product?

    AndHow about the offset with your target of the system?

    We do many things without calculating, more by experience, these things grow while installing them.
    Of course, we calculate many things but not everything.

    What are you interested in specific?
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    Re: A recent job

    Hi peter,
    Sorry not to make myself clear on the expression
    I mean : the difference between what your customer need and what you supply, if you've not done it before,i think you need make some calculation.Maybe you've already got the experience ,it should be no problem.

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    Re: A recent Job

    Great job!Peter, a beautiful and mobility refrigerated display vehicle. I found the pipes before evap is very complex, does it have heat recovery?

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    Re: A recent Job

    Excelllent job Peter, As Ive said, bring this unit over to UK for a promotional tour

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    Re: A recent job

    ziet er goed uit me likes )

    i am a fan

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    Re: A recent Job

    Heel goed!

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    Re: A recent Job

    Ek smaak jou werk baie boet.

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    Re: A recent job

    Quote Originally Posted by slingblade View Post
    Nice. is it just me or are the sol valves downstream of the driers?
    sol valves should always be after drier it can shatter the drier particals

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    Re: A recent Job

    good job,it up
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