Took the head off the Prestcold/Copeland compressor to see if it had any water in it.

You can see it had a lot of water through it and most of the parts had rust on them.

Always leave a the bolts in till you have broken the seal, i have heard of heads hitting people in the face.

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16 thoughts on “Copeland Compressor Full of Water!!!!

  1. SeanBZA says:

    Are you sure that was for refrigerant and not the fresh water pump? I take it the pipe in the milk tank got a hole in it then. Corrosion or did it rub through.

  2. heavydiesel says:

    We scrapped it, the system has been idle for five or ten years and i was just checking it over as i knew someone was looking for one this size but it would cost more to fix than its worth.

  3. heavydiesel says:

    Yes you're right. Its all got to be recovered, waste transfer notes filled, waste transfer licence, premesis code, F-Gas ticket etc and sent for recycling or destruction.

    This system had been idle for 7 or 8 years, at some time the evaporator split and let the refrigerant out and water in, the pressure you see pushing the water out was caused by a five second run of the compressor till it got noisey…
    I have a vid of my recovery machine working on a similar system with the comp all icy!

  4. TubeCritter111 says:

    Lulz. I've been researching exactly how to do just that for the last 6 years, and it turns out that a properly modified screw compressor (which I am building/overhauling for my senior design project) could pump pure water or hydraulic oil at up to, if not well over, 3,000 PSI. I hope to have a video of it operating up here someday.

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