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Compressors Employed in Lintern Air Conditioning Systems

COPELAND SCROLL COMPRESSORS

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Most Recommended for HFC-134a Systems

  • One of the most preferred compression techniques.
  • Continues operation up to 140°F ambient temperature.
  • Desirable behavior of performance with temperature change, which means less reduction of capacity at high ambient, and lower chance to freeze up evaporator at low ambient.
  • Automatic start-unload.
  • Zero leak possibility.
  • Quietest operation.
  • Considerable tolerance for liquid flooding back.
  • Most compact in size, lightest in weight, and lowest cost.
  • No oil pump required.
  • Support all standard industrial powers and VFD operation.

BITZER OCTAGON SEMI HERMETIC RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS

Semi-hermetic
Most Recommended for HFC-124 Systems, Optional for HFC-134a Systems

  • Continues operation up to 160°F ambient temperature for HCFC-124 systems, and up to 140°F for HFC-134a systems.
  • Capable of 50% unloading for all HCFC-124 systems, and for HFC-134a systems with capacity of 30,000Btu/H and higher.
  • Very low possibility of leaks.
  • Quiet operation.
  • No oil pump required.
  • Support all standard industrial powers and VFD operation.

BITZER OPEN DRIVE COMPRESSORS

2N.2 Compressor
For Extreme High Ambient and Special Power Supplies Only

  • Capable of operating over 160°F ambient for HCFC-124 systems.
  • Flexible for VDC and special VAC power supplies.
  • 50% unloading available only for HCFC-124 systems with capacity of 36,000Btu/h and higher, and for HFC-134a systems of 50,000Btu/h and higher.
  • Equipped with oil pump.
  • Sensitive to liquid flood back due to fluctuation of ambient condition.
  • Certain risk of front seal leakage.