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34 thoughts on “Copeland Scroll™ Compressors for Refrigeration Applications

  1. Giorgio Quaranta says:

    whats the problem if I hear the noise of the solenoid valve but I don't see the variation of HP and BP ? mine compressor seems to be always at 100%, but i hear the correct cycling and the noise of the solenoid valve-….

  2. Fairlady Z says:

    I'm a service manager for 4 multi-family apartment communities and I have installed many Copeland Scroll compressors. When properly installed these compressors give excellent trouble free operation for many years. They are an exquisite piece of machinery expertly designed and have saved my company thousands of dollars!

  3. Rajan Rangarajan says:

    My compressor (just installed as a replacement for the old) gives rattling sound for about 30-40 sec and then functions smoothly… technicains says this si due to liquid refrigirant at the begining? is it true? Fan starts—> 30 sec rattling sound from compressor–> continues ralling for 40 sec–> quite operation…? any thoughts.?

  4. Rr Rr says:

    The gas inside scroll compressor
    Is not compressed well
    Because dynamic of compressor is spiral … so the gas will not compressed well
    Scroll compressor is bad
    Rotarty compressor and piston compressor is the best

  5. DHR69 says:

    So how does this compare with the LG linear compressor? Could someone explain to me that Lg linear compressor really has design flaws that dies within 2-3 years? Based from bad experience/comments in the internet wc im not sure if Lg is just being targeted of marketing sabotage, im planning to buy an Lg fridge but based on what im reading im hesitant to get it. Pls help me decide😕😕

  6. Raymond Cortez says:

    Is there any way (mechanically) the unloading assembly (for a lack of a better term) can be stuck open? Or would that have something to do with the digital scroll controller and it’s control of the unloader solenoid?

  7. B r says:

    Very clear and informative video. The only thing they failed to mention is that the loading and unloading sequence is so loud on a rooftop unit that it can be heard down through the building and everyone is screaming about the noise. I usually have to disconnect the unloader.
    I've had several customers say that they don't care if it's hot or cold in there as long as we can stop that horrible noise. This has happened on several buildings with rooftops with these style compressors.

  8. Dan D says:

    do u need a check valve on the discharge of the dig comp if it on a rack, sharing same suction/discharge header? (example:1 dig comp, 2 reg comps) prefer to know for the discuss 3D, but like to know for both. thx

  9. Gregory Malchuk says:

    Is the 20% increased efficiency over reciprocating compressors or rotary vane compressors? Also, what is the cause for most of the efficiency improvement? Better Volumetric efficiency? Less mechanical friction? Less fluid friction?

  10. JChris Carter says:

    I am suspecting that when you charge a copeland scroll with liquid through high side while under vacuum causes internal damage with the result being equalized pressure while running….If so why?

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