Have I ever told you how much of a big help you've been NoL?
I have a few questions to ask.
The Danfoss NF9FX Process Connector is something I'm just not finding gen on.
I know that the lubrication system of a hermetically sealed compressor is inherent and no external lubrication is required, unless fresh gas charging is done.
If an oil and vapor mixture always leaves the discharge connector it can cause some issues all around and you need an oil separator.
>If oil can be added to a hermetically sealed compressor before fresh gas charging, can the oil recirculate through the process connector after fresh gas charging?
>Can oil from an oil reservoir be returned to this connector?
>Would a steady recirculating flow of oil at the process connector damage the compressor in any way?
I noticed that most regulators have a three bolt pattern and are bolted to the compressor near the bottom.
>Is there a regulator that can be added to this style of compressor?
>Can I adapt to a copper pipe and make it work?
>Will the regulator still work if it's at the top of the compressor and not level at the bottom?
>Would I see the oil in the regulator sight glass if the regulator is higher?
ThanksEdited by acdcmike - 2/16/10 at 5:00pm