3 Ton 208/230 Volt 1-Phase Air Conditoning ROTOLOCK Compressor (American Standard, Maneurop, Trane)

3 Ton 208/230 Volt 1-Phase Air Conditoning ROTOLOCK Compressor (American Standard, Maneurop, Trane)
Code: COMP36JG2
Price: $1,188.30
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3 Ton 38,000 BTUH 208/230 Volt 1-Phase Air Conditoning ROTOLOCK Compressor (American Standard, Maneurop, Trane)

Description
Replaces many Trane, American Standard OEM compressors.
Designed with large internal open area to reduce liquid hammering.
Entirely suction cooled, no external cooling required.
Built for long lasting, transient tolerant performance.
Tripod mount on 1, 2 cylinder models. 9.7" square mount 4
cylinder MTZ100 and larger. Rotolock connections; sweat spuds
provided. Run capacitor required for single phase models, not provided.
• Charged with mineral oil
• Capacity rated R22, +45°F SST

Product Specifications:
Horsepower: 3
Voltage: 208-230/1/60
Rated Load Amps: 21.4
Oil: Mineral
Mount (In.): Tripod
Height (In.): 12.6
Shipping Weight (Lbs.): 57
Connection Suction (In.): 1 1/4RL-5/8
Connection Discharge (In.): 1RL-1/2
Connection Type: Rotolock connections; sweat spuds provided.
Refrigerant: R22
Capacity (BTUH): 38,000
Engineered Items: Yes
LTL Only: Yes
Oil_short: MIN

Replaces Compressor Part Numbers:

COM07040 COM7040 COM007040 COM6403 COM06403 COM006403 AL33A-FF1-A CARMT36JG2

Used in American Standard Trane Air Conditioning Models:

7BO736B1OOAO 7B0736B100A0

* IMPORTANT!!

PLEASE NOTE: All PSC Motors are design to be used with an external capacitor. The Capacitor operates in the Motor Circuit continuously. It is commonly referred to as a run capacitor. The Run Capacitor is designed to keep a constant and even flow of power going to the Motor. The Run Capacitor is sold separately. * Order New Run Capacitor Part Number: CAP45440


* Installation

When installing your new compressor, you may need additional copper fittings and tubing in some older model compressors when retro-fitting to new upgraded compressor models.

* Compressor Performance:

BtuH Ratings are based 0n 45 F evaporating temperature 130 F, condensing temperature, 65 F return gas temperature and 95 F, liquid temperature.

Replaces Compressor Part Numbers: CAR

* IMPORTANT!!! - PLEASE NOTE: IDENTIFYING COMPRESSOR FAILURES

Most compressors fail due to system malfunctions, which must be corrected to prevent repeat failures. After a compressor fails, field examination of the failed compressor often will reveal symptoms of system problems. Proper corrections will help eliminate future failures.

* SINGLE PHASE BURN

Two phases of a three-phase motor overheated or burned as a result of the contactor opening only one of its contacts.

Correction:

(1) Replace contactors with properly sized contactors.
(2) Check for proper motor protection.

* HALF WINDING SINGLE PHASE BURN

In a two contactor application, two phases of one half of a three phase motor overheated or burned as a result of one contactor opening only one contact.

Correction:

(1) Replace contactors with properly sized contactors.

* HALF WINDING BURN

Half of all phases on a two contactor three phase motor are overheated or burned due to only one contactor opening.

Correction:

(1) Replace contactors with properly sized contactors.
(2) Check for feed back circuit holding one contactor closed.

* PRIMARY SINGLE PHASE BURN

Only one phase of a three phase motor is overheated or burned as the result of opening one phase on the primary side a delta to wye transformer.

Correction:

(1) Check primary side of a delta to wye main power transformer.

* START WINDING BURN

The start winding only of a single-phase motor is uniformly overheated or burned.

Correction:

(1) Check for proper wiring of compressor.
(2) Check starting capacitor and/or starting relay.
(3) Correct compressor overloading.

* SPOT BURN

A localized burn within a winding, between windings, or from windings to ground. If not the result of mechanical problems, check for spikes or surges of high current flow.

* SHORTED TERMINALS

A break down of the insulation between terminals and compressor body generally the result of over torque terminals.

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