Articles Tagged with ''high compression ratios''

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Troubleshooting an Overheating Compressor
May 6, 2013

Compressor overheating is usually caused from high compression ratios. High compression ratios can be caused from a combination of high condensing pressures (temperatures) and low suction (evaporating) pressures.


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The Professor: Compressor Superheated Discharge Temps

January 14, 2013
The compressor’s superheated discharge temperature can tell the service technician what is going on inside a refrigeration or air conditioning system. The compressor’s discharge temperature is a reflection of the hottest part of a refrigeration system, and there are limits as to how hot a discharge temperature should be.


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