Saturday, June 2, 2012

Kubota AC

I started back at my new/old job Tuesday 5/29/2012.  One of my first jobs was an Air Conditioner blowing hot air.  It was 104 degrees outside and 98 degrees at the vents in the cab.  When I hooked up the gauges the pressures were scary high.  See the video.

This is a dairy tractor and the radiator and condenser were about 40% plugged.  Without enough air flowing through the radiator and condenser the fan clutch would not even engage.

After blowing out the radiator and condenser, the fan clutch would engage and the cab vent temperature was a comfortable 60 degrees. 

Looks like this customer needs a regular visit with an air compressor.

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