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Compressor Design, Application and General Service - Part 1

Form #: 620-29A
This chapter is confined to small compressors as used in commercial refrigeration and air conditioning applications, up to about 50 horsepower. Many different types of compressors have been developed and produced. The chapter covers the advantages and disadvantages of these general types. Factors covered: performance, types of units, capacity requirements and checking compressor performance and capacity.

Compressor Design, Application and General Service - Part 2

Form #: 620-30A
This chapter covers some of the more common servicing operations on most open type compressors and field serviceable hermetic compressors.

Compressor Shaft Seals

Form #: 620-31
This chapter covers the long history of compressor shaft seals starting with THE STUFFING BOX to THE DIAPHRAGM SEAL to BELLOWS INSTEAD OF DIAPHRAGM to REPLACING THE STATIONARY BELLOWS SEAL to THE ROTATING BELLOWS SEAL.

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