Yes, there may be some tubing changes or modifications required. In addition, the run capacitor and starting components should be changed in this type of replacement.
If you stay within +/- 5% in capacity (Btu/hr), you should not see a difference in the system performance. However, you should always contact the equipment manufacturer when considering this type of change.
Stay within +/- 5% in capacity. If it is impossible to stay in that range, then opting for a smaller Btu/hr rating would be best.
In most cases, the mounting foot configuration is the same. Typically, the standard is 7.5" x 7.5". Others include 8" x 4", and there are at least two Tri Mounting foot configurations used in the compressor industry.
Yes, there will be some tubing changes or modifications required. The mounting foot configuration will be different. In addition, the run capacitor and starting components should be changed in this type of replacement.
The only Start Assist Devices approved by Bristol Compressors is the type manufactured by Kickstart OEM Products.
Your local Bristol Compressors representative will be pleased to answer your specific questions and get you more information on TS Technology. Simply click "Contact" at the top of your screen for a quick response. Also, please see http://www.bristolcompressors.com/ts/ for more information.
We are developing and testing compressors for application to R407c and R410a refrigerant systems. The models that we develop are determined by the requirements of our customers. As other refrigerants are developed, we will develop compressors for use on those refrigerants.
No, Benchmark is a new evolutionary compression technology that is part of Bristol Compressors' product family.
Yes, approximately 40% of Bristol Compressors' sales are sold to customers outside of North America.
Yes, Bristol has a brand new line of R404A compressors for low and medium temperature commercial application (*63* series).
No, recips and scrolls have similar performance output, depending on the capacity, refrigerant, and application. In smaller displacement models (1.5-3.0 ton), recips typically have a performance edge.