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    Is that can be done ?

    Hello guys i have another question please help me like you always do
    (sorry for posting here so many questions i don't know what else to do)

    Can i take 2 small 1/6 compressors (same model) each one is 125W LBP
    And make them work together simultaneously to act like a normal 250W single compressor for my SS ?

    My benefits of using them instead of using one 250w bigger compressor are:
    Smaller size (height) that factor is important to me
    So I can get it to be 16cm instead of 20cm height
    Less noise level - comparing a 1/3 compressor to double 1/6 compressors
    the 1/3 is much louder...


    I'm gonna use a one single condenser 20x20x6 cm
    + 4X 10x10cm fans 25db-30db

    Can it be done without damaging the compressors and run 24/7 ?

    If the answare is yes (i hope so please g-d) how do i connect/combine the two Compressors ? Can someone be nice and draw me a sketch ?
    What do i need to be careful about ?

    10x
    Last edited by hyperionix; 10-12-2014 at 12:16 PM.

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    Sure you can if they are the exact same. Just merge the suctions and discharges with T fittings before the condenser.


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    Dear Adam

    can you fill the blanks for me (edit with paint)

    http://s28.postimg.org/l7ucwca8d/sketch.png

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    I'm on a phone so cant. It will be a normal system. Straight normal setup. Except, two compressors side by side. Right out of the discharge merge the lines then into condenser. Out of evap, suction back and then split into both compressor suctions.


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    adam i'm a newbi please do it when you have the time
    appreciate

    do you mean like that ?

    http://s1.postimg.org/fc9agl9q7/sketch2.png

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    Yes just like that.


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    thanks man g-d bless you

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    And what about oil egalization ? If there is a better way through one of the two compressors, there will be a lack of oil for the other.

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    I will split the tubes equally

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    I've tried split systems before with rotaries. You have two options. Can drill a hole in the bottom bend under the accumulator and link them up.
    Or.. we use tiny systems in terms of condenser and evaporator size. This often means there is a huge excess of oil. I think a minor disparity in return might not be a pro blem.


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    i did't get the last explanation from n00b 0f l337
    i wish that someone here will draw me the most perfect solution with microsoft paint
    i'm a slow learner.....
    Last edited by hyperionix; 10-13-2014 at 11:45 AM.

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    If you dont have equal length lines at equal heights, then one compressor will get more of the oil. That one will flood and choke. The other will starve and overwork.
    It's easier to just use a proper compressor.


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    Physics, path of least resistance.

    My Kryotech tandem compressor phase change unit. hot gas bypass solenoid connected to a tempright controller, adjustable in 1c increments from 0c ~ -60c

    You can see the copper line that connected the two compressors under the discharge, it is the perfect circle in center.

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    what is "hot gas bypass solenoid" and what is "tempright controller"
    please explain as much as possible what does it do
    you are talking to a noobi here !!!

    all my knowledge is : compressor, condensor, evap, fans, controller ,accumulator ,captube and how to connect them.... please draw me something so i could understand how do I connect 2 compressors the best way how do i overcome the oil problem so that both compressor will always get the oil level they need....... I understand that the splits should be equal so that gas will pass the same ways by length, what else do I need to know sorry for my robot like english

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