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    Carrier Parts for reefer



    Hi

    Where's best to buy spare parts for Carrier refrigerated containers model no 69NT40-511 in the UK.

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    Re: Carrier Parts for reefer

    Not sure on that one but I would look at finding an agent near a port say Felixstowe, Liverpool I will do some homework

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    Re: Carrier Parts for reefer

    What is it that you need?

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    Re: Carrier Parts for reefer

    Found someone in Felixstowe, they are called eldapoint Ltd perhaps you could Google it they may be able to assist?

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    Re: Carrier Parts for reefer

    Quote Originally Posted by cadwaladr View Post
    What is it that you need?
    Thanks

    i'm after some spares, fan motors (evap and cond), a new keypad and temperature probes.
    these are no longer movable units so they don't need to be as robust as they were designed for, i was going to try some standard probes on them to see if i could get anything to work but i guess Carrier will have changed something or use an odd resistance so you can't?

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    Re: Carrier Parts for reefer

    Sometimes it's easier to put a mono block on those containers or commercial condensor and evaporator I have done many that are used for storage sometimes you can pick up some good used kit and it will pay for itself bearing in mind the power consumption of those old units is it used as a chiller or freezer?

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    Re: Carrier Parts for reefer

    Like cad says go commercial if you don't want to do that just fit a dixell or eliwell controller just wire to contractor you can use original pressure switches and sub cooling valves fit a guard mount for the condensor and on the evap you can change the speed on them they use a different internal windings on different fan speeds thus get twice the life if you get genuine parts you had better sit down costs are nuts for what you need will be three grand I suspect

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    Re: Carrier Parts for reefer

    True keeping this old stuff going is a fools game,changed so many it's untrie these tin cans are designed for global use static application in the uk does not need such crap in fact I have fitted some mono blocks 3 horse and they control -20c on a 20 foot so if it's 40 foot fit two,customer will love you.

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    Re: Carrier Parts for reefer

    With a third of the power useage

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    Re: Carrier Parts for reefer

    At least a third probably more,if it's a twenty foot fit it on one side (middle)if it's a 40 foot fit two equally spaced dowe the side as I said your customer will get his investment money back in a very short space of time.

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    Re: Carrier Parts for reefer

    Quote Originally Posted by charlie patt View Post
    Like cad says go commercial if you don't want to do that just fit a dixell or eliwell controller just wire to contractor you can use original pressure switches and sub cooling valves fit a guard mount for the condensor and on the evap you can change the speed on them they use a different internal windings on different fan speeds thus get twice the life if you get genuine parts you had better sit down costs are nuts for what you need will be three grand I suspect
    Hmm makes sense as they are only running at 1 deg c the only problem I can see is controlling the quench valve / suction control valve
    funny really as they are great units but very inefficient as they are constantly changing from Cooling to heating, vice versa

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