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9 thoughts on “How much ice is allowed on a compressor? | Ask an Expert

  1. Tanu Sharma says:

    Sir we always use danfoss Expansion Valve but at some place we want to reduce the cost of the machinery so we want to use capillary tube but there was a big problem arises we don't know what is the formula to calculate the size of capillary tube according to the temperature that we want ? Please sir make a video on this.

  2. Nguyen Duy says:

    I design a system with MTZ-40 compressor, using thermo expansion valve R404a -40 / 10. The ice would cover all the compressor after a few minutes running. What could I do abount that?

  3. HVAC AE says:

    I have a refrigeration plant for freezer application using r 22 as a refrigerant is it normal to build up an ice on compressor body? I hope you notice and thanks

  4. Muhammad Naveed says:

    Dear sir May I contact you on WhatsApp please. Sir I am a HVAC TECHNICIAN so I am working on R404a chiller which control the temperature of CO2. But yesterday I have changed the txv valve but now after installing there is ice on suction line and a little on compressor so please give me any suggestion or your WhatsApp number please. Thank you

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