A Copeland Scroll Compressor failed in a new AAON Water Source Heat Pump. It had low amps and no compression. AT first I thought maybe the shaft broke linking the motor to the scroll.
Nope. A lot more than that broke!

I used my cheap eBay plasma cutter to take it apart the easy way.

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11 thoughts on “Copeland Scroll Carnage (Failed Scroll Compressor Cutaway)

  1. DriverLost says:

    Was that an R22 system? My shop unit just started making bad metal on metal racket in the run mode. I just did a search thinking the scrolls are hitting each other suddenly but why? Still working but I think I need to act fast before the system is junk. Insane how that just broke. Wonder if the top bearing went bad causing the scrolls to hit maybe. Like where I’m at.

  2. 山下輝幸 says:

    cause of all scroll compressor glitches is the use of the very old Technology of Oldhum coupling or Pin & Ring derivative toy HULA-HOOP or Ball trust, which was invented 300 years ago. The scroll members rub against each other and the backlash inside the coupling causes severe noise, vibration and big friction loss. Therefore, the rotation speed is also limited to 6000 rpm or less. A new anti-friction double conical roller coupling was invented in Japan that can solve all of this and increase the speed by 10 times. Pls Check JPN Pat №64549414The


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