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14 Nov 11 Trials of The Mighty Danfoss 95kw Scroll

More Scroll compressor Fun Will not start with or without caps, just needs massive starting current.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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16 Oct 11 Danfoss air/water heat pump DHP-AX – How works?

This video shows how the new DHP-AX works. With a DHP-AX (air/water) heat pump there is no need to dig or drill. Instead you take the energy straight from the surrounding air using an air handling unit. Danfoss DHP-AX makes use of the energy in the outdoor air. It is so efficient that it is able to convert the energy down as low as -16°C. This is the perfect solution for those of you who do not want to, cannot or are not permitted to drill for rock heat, because it does not require any bore holes. Just like our rock heat pumps, it produces both heat and hot water and can reduce the costs of heating your house by up to three quarters.

goo.gl Vancouver plumbers tips for how to light a pilot light on gas appliances. Watch our demo to see how to do everything in sequence for electric and manual. Lighting a pilot light can be a frustrating job which requires co-ordination or a long match, or one of those long BBQ bic lighters. One thing to keep in mind is that gas appliances like furnaces and boilers should be inspected every two years. There are parts that wear out and need replacing every so often. A dirty furnace can be a fire hazard if too much debris collects in the chamber. Neglected gas appliances are inefficient which increases your natural gas bill. You should also change the air filter on your furnace 3 or 4 times a year. If clean air is a concern, you may also want to consider other options like more efficient air filters, or having your entire air duct / heating system blown clean. For professional help call: In Ur Town Plumbing — 778-829-1448
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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03 Apr 11 Danfoss Turborcor

Danfoss Turbocor’s family of compressors, the world’s first totally oil-free compressors, are specifically designed for the Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) industry. The convergence of aerospace and industrially proven technologies which include magnetic bearings, variable-speed centrifugal compression and digital electronic controls, enable the Turbocor family of compressors to achieve the highest overall efficiencies for middle-market, water-cooled, evaporatively cooled and air-cooled HVACR applications.

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