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New Phase change wondering what type of system and how good it is

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Ooo I remember those!
Kryotech? Something like that for the name.
As it is now, no it's not going to handle a serious load. It was never tuned for it. But in there you have the pieces for a system that could (albeit probably want a new compressor for ~$100), but the condensers are nice. They were almost a silly system actually. But the beginning of bypass/direct-feed evpaorators and tempreature control.
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Wow blast from the past the last time I saw one of those was when Fugger got one off ebay dirt cheap.
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They were before my time in phase, what is it? A mini cascade or a parallel single stage?
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It is a parallel single stage. Oddly enough though, they had an early form of temperature control using a solenoid valve blocking the high side. This meant they often burned out a compressor if the user wasn't really stringent on how they used the system.
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Cool setup, question how much maintenance do those require? and how loud are they?
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post #7 of 9
They have a bit of noise, these were notably rather quiet though.
The point being that this style of setup just isn't up to current loads.
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So both compressors feeding the same evap?

Would love to see better picture, or better yet, a build log!
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You can see it in the pictures he posted.
Suctions are entwined, and post-condenser is entwined. Then they'res a valve on one compressor's post-condenser to block flow, and generally a valve on the deluxe model pre-capillary line.
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