Carrier | 06E | Specifications | Carrier 06E Specifications

CONTENTS
1.0 GENERAL COMPRESSOR AND CUSTOMER
INFORMATION
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Compressor Model Number Significance ...................................... 3
Nameplate Significance .................................................................. 6
Compressor Serial Number Significance ....................................... 8
Carlyle OEM Compressor Warranty .............................................. 9
Service Billing and Credit ............................................................ 10
Green Carpet Program, Parts and Stocking Policy ....................... 10
2.0 START-UP, TROUBLESHOOTING, AND SERVICE
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
Technical Assistance - Carlyle OEM Compressors ...................... 10
Recommended Start-Up Procedure .............................................. 11
Troubleshooting Procedures ......................................................... 20
Service Procedures ....................................................................... 32
Connection Points — 06D, 06E, and 06CC Compressors ........... 44
Cross-Sectional View — 06D Semi-Hermetic Compressor ......... 54
Cross-Sectional View — 06E Semi-Hermetic Compressor ......... 55
Exploded View — 6-Cylinder 06D Compressor .......................... 56
Exploded View — 6-Cylinder 06E Compressor .......................... 58
Torque Guide –– All 06D and 16 to 37 Cfm 06CC Compressors 60
Torque Guide –– 06E and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) Compressors .... 61
3.0 COMPRESSOR AND PARTS DATA
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
06D Series Compressors –– Physical Data .................................. 62
06E Series Compressors –– Physical Data ................................... 64
06CC Series Compressors –– Physical Data ................................ 66
06D, E High Efficiency (H.E.) Compressors ............................... 68
Compressor Bodies Without Oil ................................................... 68
Refrigerants and Oils for 06D, E Compressors ............................ 69
Refrigerants and Oils for 06CC Compressors .............................. 72
Oil and Refrigerant Change-Out Procedures ................................ 72
Oil Viscosity and Pour Points ....................................................... 72
Oil Additives ................................................................................. 73
Oil Pressure .................................................................................. 73
High Flow Oil Pump (Bearing Head) ........................................... 74
Replacement Oil Pump/Pump End Bearing Package ................... 74
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3.14
3.15
3.16
3.17
3.18
3.19
3.20
3.21
3.22
3.23
3.24
3.25
3.26
3.27
3.28
3.29
3.30
3.31
3.32
3.33
Oil Safety Switch .......................................................................... 75
06CC, E Discharge Gas Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor ...... 76
06D, E Cylinder Head Cooling Fans ............................................ 77
Capacity Control Accessory Packages ......................................... 78
Capacity Control Coil Packages (06D, E) .................................... 80
Crankcase Heater Data ................................................................. 81
Compressor Mounting Data ......................................................... 82
Compressor Service Valves (06D, E, CC) .................................... 82
Service Valve Gaskets (06D, E, CC) ............................................ 82
Oil Drain Plug Adapter ................................................................. 83
Sight Glass Adapters for Oil Equalization ................................... 83
Replacement Sight Glass — Installation Tool .............................. 83
Replacement Motor End Mounting Foot ...................................... 83
Gaskets –– Cylinder Head and Valve Plate ................................. 84
Miscellaneous ............................................................................... 85
Valve Plate Packages, Service Replacement ................................ 86
Muffler Recommendations ........................................................... 87
Electrical Accessories ................................................................... 88
Baffle Plate Recommendations .................................................... 89
Interstage Pressure Tables (06CC Compressors Only) ................ 89
4.0 ELECTRICAL DATA
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
06DR 3 Phase Electrical Specifications ........................................ 92
06DM, DA 3 Phase Electrical Specifications ................................ 94
06DR, DM Single Phase Electrical Specifications ........................ 96
06ER, EY 3 Phase Electrical Specifications .................................. 98
06EM, EZ 3 Phase Electrical Specifications ............................... 100
06EA, ET 3 Phase Electrical Specifications ................................ 102
06CC (16 to 37 Cfm) 3 Phase Electrical Specifications .............. 104
06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) 3 Phase Electrical Specifications .............. 106
06D Compressor Overloads ........................................................ 108
Electrical Hook-Up ...................................................................... 109
Voltage and Current Unbalance ................................................... 112
5.0 COMPRESSOR SERVICE WORKSHEETS
06D, 06E COMPRESSOR SERVICE WORKSHEET ................................ 114
06CC COMPRESSOR SERVICE WORKSHEET ...................................... 115
SERVICE GUIDE INDEX ................................................ 116
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1.0 — GENERAL COMPRESSOR AND
CUSTOMER INFORMATION
1.1 — Compressor Model Number Significance
06D COMPRESSORS
06DR 3 37 0 D A 36 5 A - (RP)**
Model = 0, Package = 1 or 9, A = Shipped Without Oil
Suction Cut-Off Unloading Designation for 06DR, DM Compressors:
0 = All Models Except as Noted
5 = No Oil
7 = 1 Unloader, Suction Cutoff, Oil-less (DR, DM Only)
8 = 2 Unloaders
Electrical Characteristics (XL Start Only, Unless Noted):
High Efficiency Models
Standard Efficiency Models
31 = 575-3-60
01 = 575-3-60
12 = 208/230-3-60
32 = 208/230-3-60
04 = 200-3-60
13 = 380-3-60
33 = 208/230-1-60
05 = 230-3-60
14 = 200-3-60 (PW)
34 = 220-3-50
06 = 400/460-3-50/60 15 = 230-3-60 (PW)
36 = 400/460-3-50/60
08 = 220-3-50
18 = 220-3-50 (PW)
Electrical Variables:
A = With Internal Thermostat and External Overloads
C = With Internal Thermostat and Without External Overloads
Suction Service Valve – Variables:
Location, Orientation and Mounting Bolts
Compressor Identification Key:
0 = New Compressor
2 = New Compressor
3 = New Compressor
6 = Service Compressor, Remanufactured
7 = Service Compressor, New Manufactured
8 = New Compressor, Special
9 = Service Compressor, Special
Displacement (CFM at 1750 rpm)
Motor Size – (Does Not Signify Horsepower)
Compressor Type:
06DA = Compressor – A/C Duty
No Unloading
06DB = Compressor – A/C Duty
1-Step Elec.
Hot Gas
06DC = Compressor – A/C Duty
2-Step Elec.
06DD = Compressor – A/C Duty
1-Step Press. Bypass
06DE = Compressor – A/C Duty
2-Step Press. Unloading
06DF = Compressor – A/C Duty
1-Step Elec.
06DG = Compressor – A/C Duty
2-Step Elec.
Suction Cut-Off
06DH = Compressor – A/C Duty
1-Step Press. Unloading
06DJ = Compressor – A/C Duty
2-Step Press.
06DM = Compressor Refrig. Duty Medium Temperature
06DR = Compressor Refrig. Duty Low Temperature
06DM = Service Compressor – Replacement for new 06DA, DM
without Unloading
06DS = Service Compressor – Replacement for new 06DF,G,H
and J with suction cut-off unloading. Compressor has
1-Stage suction cut-off unloading
06DX = Service Compressor – Replacement for new 06DB, C, D,
and E with hot gas (bypass) unloading. Compressor has
1-stage of bypass unloading
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06E COMPRESSORS
06ER 3 99 3 0 A - (RP)**
Model = 0, Package = 1 or 9, A = Shipped Without Oil
Design Variable:
New Compressors:
0 = OEM Model
1 = Carrier A/C Model
2 = Old Design Refrigeration Valve Plates
6 = Carrier A/C Model
8 = OEM with DGT and Oil Charge
9 = Cemak Model
Service Compressors:
2 = New Manufactured (A/C)
4 = Remanufactured (Low Temp.)
6 = Remanufactured (A/C)
7 = Remanufactured (Med Temp.)
Electrical Characteristics (XL and PW Start, Unless Noted):
0 = 208/230-3-60
1 = 575-3-60
3 = 208/230/460-3-50/60 (460v XL Only)
4 = 200-3-60
5 = 230-3-60
6 = 400/460-3-50/60
8 = 230-3-50
9 = 220/380-3-60
Displacement (CFM at 1750 rpm)
Motor Size (Does Not Signify Horsepower)
0,1,2 = Models With Oil
3,4,5 = Models Without Oil
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= 1 Unloader, Suction Cutoff, Oil-less (ER, EM Only)
8
= Special Order
Compressor Type:
STD* REV†
06EA06EF Compressor – A/C Duty
No Unloading
06EB06EJ
Compressor – A/C Duty
1-Step Elec.
Hot Gas Bypass
06EC06EK Compressor – A/C Duty
2-Step Elec.
06ED06EL
Compressor – A/C Duty
1-Step Press. Unloading
06EE06EN Compressor – A/C Duty
2-Step Press.
06E2 06E6
Compressor – A/C Duty
1-Step Elec.
Suction Cut-Off
06E3 06E7
Compressor – A/C Duty
2-Step Elec.
06E4 06E8
Compressor – A/C Duty
1-Step Press. Unloading
06E5 06E9
Compressor – A/C Duty
2-Step Press.
06EM –
Compressor – Refrig. Duty
Med Temp.
06ER–
Compressor – Refrig. Duty
Low Temp.
06ET –
Service Compressor A/C Duty. Replaces 06E2,3,4,5,
6,7,8, and 9.
Compressor has 1 stage of suction cut-off unloading.
06EX–
Serv. Compressor A/C Duty Replaces 06EA,B,C,D,E,
F,J,K,L, and N.
Compressor has 1 stage of Bypass unloading.
06EY–
Service Compressor Refrig. Duty Replaces 06ER
06EZ –
Service Compressor Refrig. Duty Replaces 06EM
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* Standard Center Cylinder Head.
† Reversed Center Cylinder Head.
Service compressors shipped with a reverse center head have
the letter “R” after the serial number on the shipping box.
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06CC COMPRESSORS
06CC 6 65 E 201 – (RP)**
Design Variable:
101 = Single Pack, W/O Valves, with Oil
102 = Single Pack with Valves & Oil
103 = Single Pack, Service W/O Valves, Term. Box or Oil
201 = Single Pack, W/O Valves or Oil
202 = Single Pack with Valves
Electrical Characteristics:
A = 415-3-50, XL and PW
B = 415-3-50, XL
C = 415-3-50, PW
D = 208/230-3-60, XL
E = 208/230/400/460-3-50/60
F = 400/460-3-50/60, XL and PW
G = 400/460-3-50/60, XL
H = 400/460-3-50/60, PW
J = 575-3-60, XL and PW
K = 230-3-60, PW
L = 220-3-50, XL and PW
M = 220-3-50, XL
N = 220-3-50, PW
P = 220/346/380-3-50/60, XL and PW
Displacement (in Cfm at 1750 rpm) (See Note below)
Motor Size:
0 = 14 ft.-lb (5 HP)
1 = 20 ft.-lb (6.5 HP)
2 = 24 ft.-lb (7.5 HP)
3 = 27 ft.-lb (10 HP)
4 = Not Assigned
5 = 45 ft.-lb (15 HP)
6 = 60 ft.-lb (20 HP)
7 = 75 ft.-lb (25 HP)
8 = 90 ft.-lb (30 HP)
Compressor Type:
06CC = Compound Cooling Model
06CY = Service Compressor
06C8 = Compressor, Special
NOTE: USE OF “Cfm” AS MODEL SIZE DESIGNATION
Carlyle uses the “Cfm” designation in the model number to identify the compressor size. The
Cfm values are the sixth and seventh digits of the model number. See example above.
Carlyle offers two series of compressors based on body size. The smaller compressors, from 8 to
41 Cfm, are referred to as “D” size units (model number “06D”). The larger compressors, from
50 to 99 Cfm, are referred to as “E” size units (model number “06E”).
The 06CC, or Compound Cooling compressors, are made in 16 to 37 Cfm and 50 to 99 Cfm sizes.
The 16 to 37 Cfm compressors use “D” size bodies. The 50 to 99 Cfm compressors use “E” size
bodies.
NOTE: METRIC MEASUREMENTS
The compressors are built using English units: inches, foot-pounds, pints, etc. A corresponding
metric measurement has been added to all the English units in this guide. These metric measures
are a guide only, having been rounded to the nearest whole number, and therefore are not meant
to be an exact mathematical conversion.
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1.2 — Nameplate Significance
Explanation of the above items, starting clockwise
from upper right:
MODEL NUMBER - Used when selecting and ordering
a new compressor. Distributors use the model number
to obtain a proper service replacement.
NOTE: Model numbers on some compressors are
identified by the symbol “M/N” located in the upper
right hand corner of the nameplate.
UL AND CSA - Single mark indicates that this compressor meets all the requirements for both UL (Underwriters’ Laboratory) and CSA (Canadian Standards
Association). All 60 Hz semi-hermetic Carlyle Compressors are UL and CSA recognized and comply with
UL, CSA, and NEC (National Electrical Code) requirements for internal motor protection.
MOTOR NUMBER - For Carlyle internal use only.
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SPECIAL ORDER NUMBER BAR CODE - For Carlyle
internal use only.
SPECIAL ORDER NUMBER - Indicates that this
compressor has been manufactured for a specific, nonstandard application. This number is required when
ordering a service replacement.
SERIAL NUMBER - The unique number given to each
compressor. This number, along with the model number
and special order number, is normally all that is needed
to obtain information about or order a service replacement compressor.
SERIAL NUMBER BAR CODE - For Carlyle internal
use only.
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS - are shown for all
semi-hermetic compressors. Voltages are shown with
respective operating ranges for both 50 and 60 cycle
operation. Electrical phase and LRA (Locked Rotor
Amps) information is also provided.
MANUFACTURING NUMBER - For Carlyle internal
use only.
MANUFACTURING NUMBER BAR CODE - For
Carlyle internal use only.
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1.3 — Compressor Serial Number Significance
ALL NEW COMPRESSORS
Example: S/N 3695J00123
36 95 J 00123
Numerical Sequence
Plant Location: J = Syracuse
Year of Manufacture: 93, 94, 95, etc.
Week of Manufacture: 01 thru 52 Begin Jan.1st
ALL SERVICE COMPRESSORS
Example: S/N 3695UD00123
36 95 U D 00123
Numerical Sequence
Compressor Type: D, E
Plant Location: M = Atlanta P = Phoenix
U = Atlanta (after 4, 2001)
Year of Manufacture: 93, 94, 95, etc.
Week of Manufacture: 01 thru 52. Begin Jan. 1st
NEW AND SERVICE REPLACEMENT
COMPRESSORS BUILT BETWEEN
NOV. 1968 - OCT. 1978
Example: A2J0001
A 2 J* 0001
Numerical Sequence
Plant Location: J = Syracuse
Year of Manufacture: 9= 69, 0 = 70, 1 = 71, etc.
Month of Manufacture: A=Jan, B=Feb, etc.; skip I;
M=Dec
*An “X”, “A” or “P” in this location indicates service compressor.
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1.4 — Carlyle OEM Compressor Warranty
Original OEM compressors are warranted to be free from
defects in material and workmanship for a period of
12 months from the date of original installation, or
20 months from the date of manufacture, whichever
comes first.
When a service compressor is used to replace an original
compressor, the remaining portion of the first-year OEM
warranty is transferred to the service compressor (within
the United States and Canada).
Equipment may carry an extended OEM warranty if that
warranty has been purchased from the OEM. The OEM
issues the extended warranty, not Carlyle or its distributors, and the OEM is responsible for providing the end
user with the credit.
If returning a compressor:
• place all parts back into compressor
• seal all compressor openings (oil leakage may create
an environmental hazard)
NOTE: Opening a compressor for observation or
determination of failure does not void warranty.
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1.5 — Service Billing and Credit
Returns of in-warranty parts should be made to the
same Local Carlyle Distributor who supplies these
replacement parts.
Local Carlyle Distributors will sell parts and service
compressors only to credit-approved accounts (except
for cash sales).
1.6 — Green Carpet Program, Parts and Stocking Policy
The Carlyle Green Carpet program is a free service
created to assist users in obtaining service replacements. The Green Carpet Program supports replacement compressors for reported installations, ensuring
availability at the designated distributorship closest to
the end-user’s location. Green Carpet Customer Service
Representatives can provide assistance in locating the
necessary distributor 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
• U.S.A., Puerto Rico - 1 (800) GO-CARLYLE
(462-2759)
• Canada - 1 (800) 258-1123
• Mexico - 001 (800) 462-2759
2.0 — START-UP, TROUBLESHOOTING,
AND SERVICE
2.1 — Technical Assistance - Carlyle OEM
Compressors
Carlyle Compressor Division sells compressors to
OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) that design
and build the finished system. The OEM is the expert
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on the entire system, including the Carlyle compressor.
All system or compressor questions should be directed
first to the OEM or the OEM’s local representative. If
questions cannot be answered by the OEM or this
Service Guide, please contact the Carlyle engineering
group.
The following recommended start-up procedure for
Carlyle 06D, 06E, and 06CC compressors will help
eliminate initial compressor failures caused by flooded
start, floodback, and running out of oil.
The Troubleshooting Procedures section (Section 2.3,
pages 20 to 31) will help pinpoint compressor and
system problems.
The Service Procedures section (Section 2.4, pages 32
to 43) covers the replacement of valve plates and
gaskets, service to the bearing head assembly containing the oil pump, and a clean-up procedure to follow in
case of motor burnout. Most other internal service
requires replacement of the compressor.
2.2 — Recommended Start-Up Procedure
Reliability data of Carlyle’s 06D, 06E, and 06CC
refrigeration compressors indicate that at least half of
compressor failures occur during the first two to four
months of operation. Many of these failures occur
during the initial start-up of the unit. In other cases,
troubled start-ups lead to compressor damage severe
enough to cause premature failures. The major causes
of failures of these compressors are flooded start,
floodback, and running out of oil. Most of these
failures can be avoided by using more care during the
initial start-up of the compressors. Therefore, the
following start-up procedure for 06D, 06E and 06CC
compressors is provided.
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BEFORE START-UP
1. Verify that the compressor nameplate indicates
proper model and voltage. Do the values agree with
system needs and available power?
2. Verify that there is oil in the system.
Since different refrigerants (CFC, HCFC, or HFC)
require specific oils (mineral, alkylbenzene, or
polyolester [POE]), Carlyle ships most new and
service compressors without oil. The oil level for
06CC size 16 to 37 Cfm compressors and all 06D
compressors should be at 1/4 to 3/4 of the sight
glass. The oil level for 06CC size 50 to 99 Cfm
compressors and all 06E compressors should be at
1/8 to 3/8 of the sight glass. See Sections 3.6 and
3.7, pages 69 to 72 for the proper Carlyle approved oils for the selected refrigerant.
Once the compressor system has been running for at
least 24 hours, the most accurate oil levels are
observed when the compressor is off. Oil levels in
the sight glass can be affected by the rotation of the
running gear.
RECOMMENDED OIL LEVELS
06CC (50 TO 99 CFM) AND 06E
06CC (16 TO 37 CFM) AND 06D
3/4 (MAX)
3/8 (MAX)
1/4 (MIN)
1/8 (MIN)
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CAUTION
CAUTION
Do not add excess oil. It is especially important on the
06E and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) compressors that excess oil
not be added to the system. Laboratory tests and field
experience indicate excessive oil levels can cause blown
valve plate and cylinder head gaskets, increase compressor operating temperatures, and cause oil equalization
problems.
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NOTE: All 06D compressors and 06CC (16 to 37 Cfm)
compressors have one sight glass on the side of the
crankcase. All 06E compressors and 06CC (50 to
99 Cfm) compressors have two sight glasses, on the oil
pump end of the compressor.
Parallel compressor applications typically use an oilcontrol float system consisting of individual floats, a
separator and an oil reservoir. When using a float
system, do not interconnect the floats with an “equalization system” without approval from Carlyle application
engineering. The use of a float “equalization system” can
result in system oil control problems.
An oil equalization line can be used instead of a float
system, except with 06CC compressors. The equalization line and the compressors must be level, and the line
diameter must be large enough to allow both the refrigerant and oil to equalize between all the interconnected
compressors. If the line is not level, it is undersized or
the system contains too much oil, the oil level will rise
filling the line, and oil control between compressors will
be lost. Typically, equalization lines are 1 1/8 in.
(28 mm) in diameter or larger. For 06D compressors, a
sight glass in the line is required to determine the system
oil level.
Parallel systems using three (3) or more 06E compressors
require the use of a common motor barrel interconnection line between compressors. Use of an interconnection line is strongly recommended on two (2) 06E
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compressor unit configurations. This system prevents oil
from building up in an 06E motor barrel during the off
cycle, thereby preventing an oil slug on start-up. The
line is either 1/4 in. (6 mm) or 3/8 in.(8 mm) tubing
interconnecting to fittings located in the bottom of the
06E crankcases. To connect to the 06E compressor
motor barrel, fitting P/N 5F20-1311 (5/8 in.-18 x 1/4 in.
MPT) is recommended. Some 50 cfm compressors have
a 1/4 in. NPT connection and do not require the 5F201311 fitting. The motor barrel interconnection line is in
addition to either the crankcase oil equalization line or
the oil floats.
Never interconnect the motor barrels of 06CC compressors, as the oil sump of these compressors are at intermediate pressure.
! CAUTION
06E compressors will not tolerate excessive
oil charges. Laboratory tests and field
experience confirm that excess oil, especially
in 06E compressors, can cause cylinder head
gaskets and valve plates to fail, increase
compressor operating temperatures, and lead
to oil control problems. Page 12 notes the
correct oil levels.
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Use only Carlyle approved oil appropriate for the
refrigerant being used. Sections 3.6 and 3.7 on
pages 69-72 list all the approved oils. Section 3.11 on
page 73 notes the correct oil pump pressure in relation to
age of the compressor.
3.
Leak test, evacuate, and dehydrate the system.
4.
Charge the system. When initially charging the high side
of the system with liquid refrigerant, all service valves
should be closed (front seated). This will prevent
refrigerant from migrating to the compressor crankcase
and into the oil, causing a flooded start.
The system is now charged and ready for start-up.
Recheck the oil levels and add or remove oil as necessary. Open (backseat) the discharge service valve and
any oil equalization lines on parallel systems. Open the
suction service valve 1/2 to 1 turn, or enough to allow
the compressor to run without tripping the low-pressure
switch. This is to prevent damage to the compressor
from any liquid refrigerant floodback.
5.
On water-cooled condensing systems, open water supply
valve and allow water to reach condenser. On air-cooled
condensing systems, turn condenser fan on when the
compressor unit is started.
6.
Ensure that all evaporator connections are opened and
fans started.
7.
On systems with more than one compressor in parallel,
start one compressor at a time.
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COMPRESSOR START-UP
1.
After circuit breaker and control circuit switches are
placed in the ON position and the compressor starts,
listen for unusual sounds. If unusual sounds are heard,
shut down the compressor, investigate the cause, and
correct. Possible problems are:
• excessive vibration
• excessive oil
• liquid slugging
• low oil
2.
After the compressor has run 10 to 15 minutes and no
liquid floodback is evident, completely open suction
service valve. The other compressors within the system
should be started in the same manner.
3.
To ensure operating oil levels are within acceptable
limits, closely observe the oil level in the compressors
until the system has stabilized. During operation all
refrigeration systems will lose some compressor oil to the
system because:
• All systems have a film of oil on the inside surface
of the piping. At start-up, the lines are dry and the
oil which coats the lines comes from the compressor
crankcase.
• Oil also traps in the low refrigerant velocity area of
the system and must be made up by adding oil to the
system. On systems with hot gas defrost, inspect
the compressor for excessive oil after the defrost
cycle has been completed.
The oil lost to the system must be replaced, but take care
not to add too much. The 06E and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm)
compressors have been successfully started in supermarket refrigeration configurations by adding only 1 quart
16
(liter) of additional oil per compressor. The amount to be
added will vary depending on the system, but keeping the
oil level between 1/8 and 3/8 level in the sight glass will
eliminate the chance of excessive oil charges.
CAUTION
Adding excessive oil to the 06E and 06CC (50 to 99 cfm)
compressors can cause blown gasket problems.
!
When CFC or HCFC refrigerants are used with mineral
or alkylbenzene oils, foam in the sight glass normally
indicates either that there is serious liquid refrigerant
floodback or that the running gear is hitting the oil due to
a very high oil level. Very high oil levels are caused by
either too much oil or excessive liquid refrigerant in the
crankcase. HFC refrigerants and POE oils do not foam
easily, so there will be less indication in the sight glass of
either liquid refrigerant floodback or too much oil in the
system.
!
CAUTION
Liquid refrigerant should never be allowed to flood back
to the compressor. It may wash out bearings and damage
gaskets. If liquid floodback is occurring, adjust the
expansion valve or make other adjustments as necessary
to eliminate this condition.
NOTE: One possible cause of flooding is improper
control of the defrost cycle. Ensure defrost cycles are
staggered so no more than one third of the system is on
defrost at any time.
COMPRESSOR OPERATING LIMITS
Figures 1A and 1B show the components and typical
operating ranges of the Carlyle 06D, E and 06CC
compressors.
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Fig. 1A –– Typical 06D, E Operating Limits
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Fig. 1B –– Typical 06CC Operating Limits
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2.3 — Troubleshooting Procedures
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DANGER
Before attempting service work on the compressor, the
following safety precautions must be strictly observed.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in
serious personal injury or death. See Warning Label.
Follow recognized safety practices and wear protective
goggles.
Do not operate compressor or provide electric power to this
unit unless the compressor terminal box cover is in place and
secured.
Do not provide power to unit or turn on compressor unless
suction and discharge service valves are open.
Do not remove the compressor terminal box cover until all
electrical sources have been disconnected.
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DANGER
When leak-testing semi-hermetic compressors, check
around the terminal box COVER. Test around the
wire entry point(s) of the COVER because refrigerant is likely to concentrate there. Do not remove the
terminal cover to perform this leak testing
because bodily injury or death can result from fire
and/or explosion if cover is removed or unsecured
before power is disconnected and pressure is
relieved. Electrical terminal pins may blow out,
causing injury and fire.
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COMPRESSOR ISOLATION
If you have determined there is no refrigerant leak
around the terminals and the compressor must be replaced,
proceed beginning with Step 1:
1.
Shut off suction and discharge service valves to isolate
compressor and slowly remove all refrigerant in compressor. Appropriate service practices should be followed to properly reclaim refrigerant removed from the
compressor.
2.
Disconnect all electrical wiring to compressor.
3.
Unbolt suction and discharge service valves from
compressor.
REMINDER: These valves may be sealing off refrigerant from the rest of the system. Do not open these valves
without first determining whether there is refrigerant in
the system.
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2. Low compressor capacity or inability to pull
down system
1. Compressor will not start
OBSERVATION
Inspect and replace compressor if defective.
Compressor motor burned out
b. pressure is low between interstage and
discharge
a. pressure is low between suction and
interstage
b. Check for problems in high stage head
a. Check for problems in low stage heads
Pump down, remove cylinder head, examine
valves and valve seats. Replace if necessary.
Leaky or broken suction valves
Check pressure difference between suction,
interstage and discharge if:
Replace valve plate assembly
Leaky valve plates or worn valve seats
See No. 3
Tighten connections. Check wiring and rewire
if necessary.
Loose electrical connections or faulty wiring
For 06CC only:
Blown valve plate or cylinder head gasket
Reset manually
Oil safety switch open
Replace compressor
Reset manually
Current overload open
Broken connecting rods or pistons
Check main switch, fuses and wiring
REMEDY
Power off
POSSIBLE CAUSE
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5. Compressor continually cycles
4. Compressor cycles intermittently
Cylinder head bolts not properly torqued
3. Blown valve plate or cylinder head gaskets
Add refrigerant
Open valve
a. Adjust water regulating valve to condenser
b. Clean condenser
Open valve
Purge
Repair or replace
Check and clean tubing
Remove excess refrigerant
Replace filter
Liquid refrigerant floodback or flooded start
Low-pressure switch erratic in operation
Insufficient refrigerant in system
Suction service valve closed
Insufficient water flowing through condenser or clogged
condenser
Discharge service valve not fully open
Air in system
Faulty pressurestats
Dirt or restriction in tubing to pressurestat
Condenser capacity reduced by refrigerant over-charge
accompanied by high discharge pressure
Plugged filter-drier
06E and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm):
90 to 100 ft.-lb (122 to 136 Nm)
a. Remove excessive oil until oil level
Maintained between 1/8 to 3/8 up the sight
glass
b. On multiple 06E compressor units, add
motor barrel oil equalization line
06D and 06CC (16 to 41 Cfm):
30 to 35 ft.-lb (40 to 48 Nm)
a. Replace gaskets
b. Retorque cylinder head bolts to:
REMEDY
NOTE: Do not use a motor barrel oil
equalization line with 06CC compressors
See No. 7 (Flooding)
a. Check tubing to switch to see if clogged or
crimped
b. Verify proper setting of switch
Excessive oil in 06E and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm)
compressors causes hydraulic cylinder pressures
POSSIBLE CAUSE
OBSERVATION
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8. Low suction pressure
7. Flooding
6. Low discharge pressure
OBSERVATION
Pump down, remove the cylinder head, examine valves
and valve seats. Replace if necessary
Replace compresor
Leaky compressor suction valves
Worn piston rings
Correct problem or replace fan
Evaporator fan failure
Correct problem or replace fan
Evaporator fan failure
Add refrigerant
Increase superheat or replace valve
Defective or improperly set expansion valve
Insufficient refrigerant in system
Do not allow more than 1/3 of system on defrost at
any time. Verify proper operation of defrost system
Defrost cycle improperly set or not operating correctly
Correct piping
Open the valve
Suction service valve partially closed
Improper system piping allows liquid to compressor
Adjust water regulating valve
REMEDY
Excessive water flow through condenser
POSSIBLE CAUSE
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10. Pipe rattle
9. Compressor noisy
OBSERVATION
Add vibration isolation or check for defective isolation
pads
Replace compressor
Unit not properly isolated or vibration pad defective
Broken connecting rods, valves or other running gear
b. Add muffler or baffle plate
a. Support pipes and/or check pipe connections
Check for loose mounts
Compressor not firmly mounted
Inadequately supported piping or loose pipe connections
Provide sufficient right angle bends in piping to absorb
vibration and support firmly with suitable hangers
d. Check for defective oil failure control
c. See No. 15 (Parallel Systems Oil Level) and
No. 11 (Oil Pressure)
b. Check oil return system and piping size
a. Add oil (only after confirming all system
oil has returned to the compressor)
Improper support or isolation of piping
Bearings damaged because of loss of oil
a. Remove excess oil
Hydraulic knock due to excess oil in circulation
b. Recheck oil return system and pipe sizes
See No. 7 Flooding
REMEDY
Slugging due to floodback of refrigerant
POSSIBLE CAUSE
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12. Compressor motor protectors or discharget
temperature sensor tripping or cycling
11. Oil pressure lower than normal or no oil pressure
OBSERVATION
Reduce suction temperature by TXV adjustment or
provide desuperheating
Check all power and control circuit connections
Check for motor ground or short. Replace compressor
if found
On all 06E and 06CC compressors, check the thermal
sensor in the cylinder head. Replace head sensor if
necessary
Adjust compressor operational envelope
High suction temperature
Loose power or control circuit wiring connection
Defective motor
Faulty motor protection device
High compression ratio (suction too low/condensing too
high): return gas temperature above application limits
Insufficient desuperheating
Adjust desuperheating valve
Repair compressor
Replace
Defective overload relay or circuit breaker
For 06CC compressors only:
Broken valve on high stage or blown high stage gasket
Replace with correct overload relay
Replace compressor
Worn compressor bearings
Incorrect overload relay or must trip amp setting too low
Replace bearing head assembly
Worn oil pump
Check for loss of condenser water, blocked condenser
fan or coil, or defective fan motor
Replace TXV
Desuperheating TXV stuck open
High discharge pressure
See No. 7 (Flooding)
Refrigerant Floodback
If system does not have EPR valve, throttle suction
service valve until system pulls down
Replace segment
Faulty oil pump drive segment
High suction pressure on low temperature compressor
causes excessive amp draw
Verify oil level requirements
REMEDY
Low oil charge
POSSIBLE CAUSE
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14. Motor Burnout
13. Compressor cycles on locked rotor
OBSERVATION
a. Faulty contactor - replace
On part-winding start compressors, the second set of
windings may not be energized
Replace defective components and compressor.
Check refrigerant and oil for contamination and clean
to prevent repeat failure
Replace compressor. Check refrigerant and oil for
contamination and clean to prevent repeat failure
Inspect control box for welded starter contacts, welded
overload contacts, or burned out heater elements
Inspect failed compressor for worn bearings or motor
compartment contamination
b. Faulty time-delay relay - replace
Check and replace valve plates
Measure voltage across all 3 legs at contactor.
Correct source of problem
Check for motor winding short or ground
Replace compressor
Measure line voltage and determine location of
voltage drop
REMEDY
Liquid refrigerant condensing in cylinder
Single phasing
Compressor motor defective
Seized compressor (remove bearing head assembly and
attempt to rotate crankshaft)
Low line voltage
POSSIBLE CAUSE
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Oil equalization line not level preventing gas equalization
16. On parallel compressor installations, oil level
does not equalize or remain at a constant leve
in all compressors
Replace gasket, valve plate, or compressor
Excessive blow-by into crankcase - worn rings, valves or
blown gasket
Replace check valve; 20 psi check valve required
a. Check floats. Replace defective floats
b. Check for proper selections and settings
Oil reservoir check valve bad or wrong pressure
With Float System:
Oil is not equalized in sight glass
c. If floats have equalization line, the line between
the floats may have to be removed. Contact
Carlyle engineering
-06E and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) -1/8 to 3/8
sight glass
-All 06D and 16 to 37 Cfm 06CC -1/4 to 3/4
sight glass
Resize lines
Improper suction line sizing
NOTE: check valve not required with float system
Remove suction service valve and look for check valve
in motor rotor lock bolt at the end of the crankshaft.
Check valve is required on all 06E compressors in
parallel systems using the oil equalization line
connected at the sight glass location
Level oil equalization line
REMEDY
Pressure equalization check valve in the motor rotor
lock bolt may have been left out in one or all
compressors
06E Compressors Only:
NOTE: Oil equalization lines cannot be used with 06CC
compressors. A float system must not be used
POSSIBLE CAUSE
OBSERVATION
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16. Compressor running hot
OBSERVATION
a. Verify proper setting of high and low pressure
switches
Compression ratio too high
Lower oil level
Replace gasket, valve plate, or compressor
Excessive blow-by into crankcase - worn rings, valves or
blown gasket
Check for signs of overheating, replace if necessary
Replace defective part or verify available voltage
agrees with fan motor voltage
Reduce suction temperature by TXV adjustment or
provide desuperheating
c. Ensure all evaporator and condenser fans are
operating properly
High oil level
Non-seating internal pressure relief valve
06E and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) Compressors only:
Cylinder head cooling fan not operating or incorrect
voltage for fan motor
High suction temperature
Replace valves and valve plate if necessary
Broken suction or discharge valve
b. Inspect for condenser plugging
See No. 3 (Blown Valve Plate)
REMEDY
Blown valve plate or cylinder head gasket
POSSIBLE CAUSE
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b. If sight glass appears normal
a. If sight glass appears empty
Faulty switch or oil pressure settings
17. Oil safety switch trip
Liquid refrigerant in crankcase
NOTE: At times, the sight glass may appear
empty when actually it is completely full
Oil trapped in the system
NOTE: Never add oil to the system without first confirming
that oil has been physically lost, not simply trapped in the
system. Check oil levels after a defrost cycle
POSSIBLE CAUSE
OBSERVATION
b. Check for liquid migration during OFF cycle provide a form for pumpdown protection
a. Check for low superheats which can return
liquid refrigerant - raise superheat
b. If floats are being used, check for proper setting and
proper functionality
a. Check line sizing and risers for proper sizing to
return oil
Manually check for oil pressure. If correct, check that
switch is correct model and has proper settings (see
page 75, Section 3.14)
REMEDY
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Replace gasket
Blown high stage gasket
LEGEND
EPR - Evaporator Pressure Regulator
TXV - Thermostatic Expansion Valve
21. Intermediate pressure equals the
discharge pressure
Replace broken valves
Broken valve on high stage
20. Economizer/Desuperheater
connection hot
Eliminate floodback and replace gasket
Open discharge service valve
Switch valve plates so high stage valve plate is on the
high stage cylinder head
Tighten internal relief valve
Replace internal relief valve
Center low stage valve plate gasket is blown
(typically caused by heavy liquid floodback or
flooded start)
Compressor started with discharge service
valve closed
High stage valve plate is on the low stage
cylinder head
Internal relief valve loose
Internal relief valve blown
Replace broken valves or gasket
Broken valve or blown gasket on the low stage
19. Low midstage pressure
Replace broken valves or gasket
REMEDY
Broken valve or blown gasket on the high stage
POSSIBLE CAUSE
18. High midstage pressure
For 06CC Compressors Only:
OBSERVATION
2.4 — Service Procedures
The service section covers replacement of valve plates
and gaskets, service to the bearing head assembly
containing the oil pump, and a clean-up procedure to
follow in case of motor burn out. Most other internal
service requires replacement of the compressor.
REMOVE, INSPECT AND REPLACE CYLINDER
HEAD AND VALVE PLATE ASSEMBLY
To test for leaking discharge valves or blown cylinder
head or valve plate gaskets:
1.
Pump compressor down.
2.
Observe suction and discharge pressure equalization.
If valves are leaking or a gasket is blown, the
pressure will equalize rapidly.
Maximum allowable discharge pressure drop is 3 psi
per minute after initial drop of 10 to 15 psi in first
half minute.
New reed valves may require 24 to 48 hour run-in
time to seat completely.
A compressor bank (head) with a blown gasket can
also usually be detected by touch since the head
temperature will normally be much hotter than a bank
with good gaskets.
3. If there is an indication of loss of capacity, and
discharge valves are functioning properly, remove
valve plate assembly and inspect suction valves.
NOTE: This test procedure is not applicable to
compressors equipped with pressure actuated
unloader valves due to rapid pressure equalization
rate. Inspect suction and discharge valves by disassembling valve plate.
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DISASSEMBLY
1.
Disassemble cylinder heads by first loosening cylinder
head bolts. Leave at least 2 bolts partially threaded to
prevent any problems if refrigerant is accidentally left in
the compressor under pressure. To separate the cylinder
head from the valve plate, pry up between the head and
valve plate. When the cylinder head is separated from
the compressor body remove the last threaded bolts.
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CAUTION
Do not hit the cylinder head to break it free of the
valve plate. This may shear the valve plate dowel
pins. Sheared dowel pins usually require that the
compressor be replaced.
2.
Inspect cylinder heads for warping, cracks, or damage to
gasket surfaces. Replace if necessary.
3.
After the cylinder head is off, the valve plate may be
removed as follows:
a. Remove one valve stop cap screw and loosen the
other.
b. Swivel valve stop to allow access to hole from
which the cap screw was removed.
c. Re-insert cap screw and tighten to break valve plate
away from compressor. (Jack screw method, see
Fig. 2.) For 06E valve plates, pry against the raised
tab to break valve plate away from the compressor.
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Fig. 2 –– Disassembly of Valve Plate
(Standard Efficiency Valve Plate Shown)
4.
Pry up along sides of valve plate to remove valve plate
from crankcase. This provides access to suction reed
valves (see Fig. 3). Remove suction valves from dowel
pins. On 06D and 06CC (16 to 37 Cfm) compressors,
also remove the suction valve positioning springs (see
Fig. 4).
5.
Inspect components for wear or damage. If replacement
is necessary, replace as a complete assembly. Individual
parts must not be interchanged. Alignment of high
efficiency discharge valves is critical for proper seating.
See Sections 3.27 to 3.29, pages 84-87 for applicable
replacement valve plate packages.
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Fig. 3 –– Valve Plate Removed
(06E Refrigeration Valve Plate Shown)
Fig. 4 –– Suction Valve and Positioning
Springs in Place (06D Shown)
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REASSEMBLY
1.
If reassembling existing components, do not interchange
valves or turn them over. They must be reassembled in
their original position. Install the suction valve positioning springs (06CC size 16 to 37 Cfm and 06D
compressors only) on dowel pins. Assemble positioning
springs with spring ends bearing against cylinder deck
(Fig. 4), spring bow upward.
2.
Install suction valve on dowel pins as follows:
a. 06D compressors: install suction valves on top of
positioning springs as mentioned in Step 1 above.
b. 06E compressors: if compressor uses a suction
valve and a backer valve (looks like a 1/2 a suction
valve), backer valve must be installed before
installing full size suction valve (Fig. 5).
Fig. 5 –– Piston, Suction Valve, and Backer
Positions (06E)
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3.
Install new valve plate gasket. Using proper hold-down
torque will prevent leaks.
a. Fiber gaskets can be installed dry or lightly oiled. Do
not soak gaskets in oil. If an oil-soaked gasket is
overheated, it will bind to the metal, making the valve
plate and/or the head difficult to remove.
b. Metal gaskets must be installed dry.
4.
Place valve plate on cylinder deck.
5.
Install cylinder head gasket.
NOTE: The center cylinder heads and unloader side
heads use different gaskets from the plain side head. To
confirm the gasket is correct, place it over the cylinder
head and verify all exposed machined surfaces will be
covered by the gasket.
6.
a.
Line up the gasket with the cylinder head and valve
plate.
b.
06E compressor: secure the center rib with a cap screw
and washer and torque to 4 to 6 ft-lbs. (5 to 8 Nm).
Replace cylinder head. To prevent high to low side leak in
center of cylinder head gasket, torque 06D cylinder head
cap screws to 30 to 35 ft-lbs. (40 to 48 Nm), and 06E
cylinder head cap screws to 90-100 ft-lbs. (122 to 136 Nm).
NOTE: Torque bolts in an alternating sequence pattern
(top to bottom, left to right). Do not torque bolts in a
circular pattern.
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7.
Certain high compression ratio applications develop
high discharge gas temperatures which may cause the
cylinder head and fiber valve plate gaskets to develop a
set. Under these conditions the cap screws may lose
hold-down torque. It is recommended that all gear cap
screws be re-torqued 24 hours after new fiber gaskets
are installed.
NOTE: Compressors with metal core gaskets do not
require re-torque.
REMOVE, INSPECT AND REPLACE BEARING HEAD
ASSEMBLY
An oil pressure tap is located in the bearing head assembly
used on all 06D refrigeration duty, newer 06D A/C duty, and
all 06E refrigeration and A/C duty compressors (Fig. 6 and
Fig. 7).
For 06D, E, CC oil pressure, see page 73, Section 3.11.
The oil pump assembly is contained in the pump end bearing
head aluminum casting. The pump end main bearing is a
machined part of this casting. No insert bearing is required.
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Fig. 6 –– Removing Pump End Bearing Head
(06D Compressor)
1.
a. To disassemble, first remove four (4) cap screws from
the bearing head cover plate and remove the oil feed
guide vane and spring.
b. Remove the two (2) drive segment cap screws from the
end of the crankshaft (see Fig. 6 and Fig. 7). These
screws must be removed before the bearing head can
be removed.
2.
Remove the eight (8) cap screws holding the bearing head
assembly to the crankcase. Remove the bearing head
assembly by pulling forward.
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Fig. 7 –– Removing Pump End Bearing Head
(06E Compressor)
3.
Inspect the bearing surfaces for evidence of wear or
damage. If bearing surface is worn or scored, or if the oil
pump is defective, the complete bearing head must be
replaced (see replacement bearing head package listed
below).
Compressor
Replacement Bearing Head Package
06CC, 16 to 37 Cfm, and all 06D
06DA660126
06CC, 50 to 99 Cfm, and all 06E
06EA660157
While bearing head is removed, inspect internal running
gear for obvious problems (broken rods or pistons).
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4.
To reassemble, bolt the bearing head to the crankcase.
Bolt torque:
• 06CC, 16 to 37 Cfm, and all 06D: 30 to 35 ft-lb.
(40 to 48 Nm)
• 06CC, 50 to 99 Cfm, and all 06E: 55 to 60 ft-lb.
(75 to 81 Nm)
5.
Bolt the drive segment (replace if worn) to the crankshaft. Bolt torque:
• No. 10 Screw: 4 to 6 ft-lb. (5 to 8 Nm)
• 1.4 in. (6 mm) screw: 12 to 15 ft-lb. (16 to 20 Nm)
IMPORTANT: The 1/4 in. snorkle tube should face
away from the crankshaft (Fig. 6).
6.
Insert the oil feed guide vane with the large diameter
inward. Place the oil feed vane spring over small
diameter of guide vane (do not install spring before
installing guide vane). Install pump cover plate (bolt
torque: 16 to 20 ft-lb. or 22 to 27 Nm).
NOTE: Do not over-torque or aluminum threads in
bearing head could be stripped.
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MOTOR BURNOUT CLEAN-UP PROCEDURE
When a hermetic motor burns out, the stator winding decomposes and
forms carbon, water, and acid, which contaminate refrigerant systems.
These contaminants must be removed from the system to prevent repeat
motor failures. See Carlyle/Carrier recommendation procedures for cleanup after burnout in semi-hermetic compressors - form #06DA604782.
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WARNING
Before attempting service work on the compressor, see safety
precautions listed in Section 2.3, pages 20 to 31, and on compressor
terminal box cover. Also follow any installation instructions
provided with the replacement compressor. Failure to follow these
instructions could result in equipment damage or serious
personal injury.
1.
Determine cause of burnout and make necessary corrections.
a.
Inspect control box for blown fuses, welded starter contacts,
welded overload contacts or burned out heater elements.
b.
Inspect compressor terminal plate for burned or damaged
terminals and insulation, and shorted or grounded terminals.
c.
Inspect unit wiring for loose power connections.
d.
Check for power supply fluctuation beyond design limits
(voltage too high or too low). If power supply is a problem,
provide the appropriate system protector.
2.
Close compressor suction and discharge service valves and remove
the refrigerant from the compressor using environmentally
approved methods. Leave remaining refrigerant in system.
3.
Remove damaged compressor and replace.
a.
Remove suction and discharge shut-off valve bolts and all
other connections to damaged compressor.
b. Remove damaged compressor and replace with a new
compressor.
c. On severe motor burnouts, be sure shut-off valves and suction
or discharge lines are not contaminated. If contaminated, they
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should be thoroughly cleaned or replaced before connecting to
replacement compressor.
4.
Install new liquid line filter-drier. If the system has a suction line
filter-drier, replace the core.
5.
Evacuate and dehydrate replacement compressor. Ensure oil in
compressor is at the proper level.
NOTE: Since most new and service compressors are now shipped
without oil in the crankcase, you must check to see if there is oil.
Adding or charging oil is usually easier prior to installing the
compressor.
• If there is no oil, add the appropriate oil for the service. Oil
charges are listed in Sections 3.1 to 3.3, pages 62-67.
• If there is oil, determine if it is compatible with the refrigerant.
If the oil is not compatible, use the drain connection to remove
the oil. Dispose of the removed oil following the appropriate
environmental guidelines. Since the compressor has not been
run, a thorough draining is all that is needed to remain within
the limits of residual oil levels. There is no need to “flush” the
compressor with the replacement oil. Once the oil is removed,
add the appropriate oil (see above).
6.
Place compressor in operation. After 2 to 4 hours of operation,
inspect compressor oil for discoloration and/or acidity. If oil shows
signs of contamination, replace oil and filter-driers and clean the
suction strainer.
NOTE: When testing for moisture and acidity be sure the test kit
used is appropriate for the refrigerant (CFC, HCFC, or HFC) and
the oil (mineral, alkylbenzene, or POE) in the system. Carrier’s
Total Test Kit is accurate for CFC and HCFC air-conditioning
applications. If used with POE oils, Total Test Kit will indicate
acid, but is not an accurate indicator of moisture.
7.
Inspect oil daily for discoloration and acidity. If oil stays clean and
acid-free, the system is clean. If oil shows signs of contamination,
change oil, change filter-drier, and clean suction strainer. If filterdrier or suction strainer is dirty or discolored, repeat this step until
system is cleaned.
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2.5 –– Connection Points, - 06D, 06E, and 06CC
Compressors
NOTE: Bolt sizes and thread pitch: Compressors are built using English
unit bolts. The bolts have no exact metric equivalents. Therefore, to prevent
possible cross-threading, loose bolts, or damage to threaded portions of the
casing, comparable metric measurements are not included.
Fig. 8 –– 06D 2-Cylinder Compressor
Connection Points
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NOTES:
1. Bolt sizes and thread pitch: Compressors are built using English unit
bolts. The bolts have no exact metric equivalents. Therefore, to prevent
possible cross-threading, loose bolts, or damage to threaded portions of the
casing, comparable metric measurements are not included.
2. The 13 and 16 Cfm service compressors are made with dual suction ports.
Fig. 9 –– 06D 4-Cylinder Compressor (13 and 16 Cfm)
Connection Points
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NOTE: Bolt sizes and thread pitch: Compressors are built using English
unit bolts. The bolts have no exact metric equivalents. Therefore, to prevent
possible cross-threading, loose bolts, or damage to threaded portions of the
casing, comparable metric measurements are not included.
Fig. 10 –– 06D 4-Cylinder Compressor (18 and 20 Cfm)
Connection Points
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NOTE: Bolt sizes and thread pitch: Compressors are built using English
unit bolts. The bolts have no exact metric equivalents. Therefore, to prevent
possible cross-threading, loose bolts, or damage to threaded portions of the
casing, comparable metric measurements are not included.
Fig. 11 –– 06D 6-Cylinder Compressor
(24, 25, 28, 37 and 41 Cfm) Connection Points
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NOTE: Bolt sizes and thread pitch: Compressors are built using English
unit bolts. The bolts have no exact metric equivalents. Therefore, to prevent
possible cross-threading, loose bolts, or damage to threaded portions of the
casing, comparable metric measurements are not included.
Fig. 12 –– 06E 4-Cylinder Compressor (50 and old 66 Cfm)
Connection Points
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NOTE: Bolt sizes and thread pitch: Compressors are built using English
unit bolts. The bolts have no exact metric equivalents. Therefore, to prevent
possible cross-threading, loose bolts, or damage to threaded portions of the
casing, comparable metric measurements are not included.
Fig. 13 –– 06E 6-Cylinder Compressor (65, 75, 99 Cfm)
Connection Points
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NOTE: Bolt sizes and thread pitch: Compressors are built using English
unit bolts. The bolts have no exact metric equivalents. Therefore, to prevent
possible cross-threading, loose bolts, or damage to threaded portions of the
casing, comparable metric measurements are not included.
Fig. 14A –– 06CC Compressor (16 to 37 Cfm), 06D Body
Pump End Connection Points
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NOTE: Bolt sizes and thread pitch: Compressors are built using English
unit bolts. The bolts have no exact metric equivalents. Therefore, to prevent
possible cross-threading, loose bolts, or damage to threaded portions of the
casing, comparable metric measurements are not included.
Fig. 14B –– 06CC Compressor (16 to 37 Cfm), 06D Body
Motor End Connection Points
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NOTE: Bolt sizes and thread pitch: Compressors are built using English
unit bolts. The bolts have no exact metric equivalents. Therefore, to prevent
possible cross-threading, loose bolts, or damage to threaded portions of the
casing, comparable metric measurements are not included.
Fig. 15A–– 06CC Compressor (50 to 99 Cfm), 06E Body
Pump End Connection Points
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NOTE: Bolt sizes and thread pitch: Compressors are built using English
unit bolts. The bolts have no exact metric equivalents. Therefore, to prevent
possible cross-threading, loose bolts, or damage to threaded portions of the
casing, comparable metric measurements are not included.
Fig. 15B –– 06CC Compressor (50 to 99 Cfm), 06E Body
Motor End Connection Points
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2.6 –– Cross-Sectional View, 06D Semi-Hermetic Compressor
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2.7 –– Cross-Sectional View, 06E Semi-Hermetic Compressor
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LEGEND
2 – Terminal Box Cover
3 – Terminal Box
4 – Terminal Plate Assembly
9 – Grommet (for power leads)
14 – Suction Service Valve
15 – Suction Service Valve Seal Cap
16 – Suction Service Valve Gasket
17 – Suction Service Valve Bolt
18 – Suction Service Valve Bolt Washer
19 – Discharge Service Valve
20 – Discharge Service Valve Seal Cap
21 – Discharge Service Valve Gasket
22 – Discharge Service Valve Bolt
23 – Discharge Service Valve Bolt Washer
29 – Standard Side Bank Cylinder Head
Complete parts
breakdown shown for
reference only. Some
parts may be pictured
prior to design
changes and not all
parts are available as
replacements.
2.8 –– Exploded View – 6-Cylinder 06D Compressor
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30 – Center Bank Cylinder
31 – Standard Side Bank Cylinder Head
Gasket (Unloader Side Bank
Head not shown)
33 – Center Bank Cylinder Head Gasket
34 – Cylinder Head Cap Screw
35 – Cylinder Head Cap Screw Gasket
36 – Oil Filter Screen Assembly
37 – Oil Suction Tube
38 – Oil Relief Valve Assembly
40 – Oil Level Sight Glass Assembly
41 – Oil Level Sight Glass Gasket
44 – Motor End Cover
45 – Motor End Cover Gasket
46 – Motor End Cover Cap Screw
47 – Motor End Cover Cap Screw Washer
48 – Bottom Cover Plate
49 – Bottom Plate Gasket
50 – Bottom Plate Cap Screw
51 – Bottom Plate Cap Screw Washer
52 – Compressor Foot
53 – Compressor Foot Screw
54 – Compressor Foot Everlockwasher
55 – Suction Strainer Assembly
56 – Oil Bypass Plug
57 – Oil Return Check Valve Assembly
58 – Pump End Bearing Head Assembly
59 – Bearing Head
60 – Pump Rotor
64 – Pump Rotor Retaining Ring
66 – Drive Segment
67 – Oil Feed Guide Vane
68 – Oil Feed Vane Spring
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70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
91
92
93
94
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Cover Plate
Cover Plate Cap Screw
Cover Plate Cap Screw Gasket
Cover Plate Gasket
Bearing Head Gasket
Cap Screws & Lockwashers
Cap Screws & Lockwashers
Cap Screws & Lockwashers
Cap Screws & Lockwashers
Bearing Head Cap Screw
Bearing Head Cap Screw Washer
Crankshaft
Thrust Washer
Spirol Pin
Rotor Drive Key
Rotor Washer
Rotor Lockwasher
Equalizer Tube Assembly
Piston Assembly
Oil Ring (Not All Models)
Compression Ring
Connecting Rod & Cap Assembly
Connecting Rod Cap Screw
Suction Valve
Suction Valve Positioning Spring
Discharge Valve
Discharge Valve Stop
Valve Plate Gasket
Discharge Valve Stop Cap Screw
Discharge Valve Stop Lockwasher
Valve Plate Dowel
Oil Drain Plug, (New Design SAE
Fitting and O-Ring)
58
LEGEND
1 – Compressor Motor – Stator and Rotor
2 – Motor Key
3 – Rotor Plate Washer
4 – Rotor Lock Washer
5 – Rotor Lock Bolt
6 – Motor Lock Bushing
7 – Roll Pin
8 – Acorn Nut and Gasket
Complete parts
breakdown shown for
reference only. Some
parts may be pictured
prior to design
changes and not all
parts are available as
replacements.
2.9 –– Exploded View – 6-Cylinder 06E Compressor
59
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
10
12
14
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
Terminal Box Assembly
Terminal Plate Assembly
Terminal Bolt Assembly
Compressor Crankcase
Motor End Cover
Cylinder Head - Center Bank
Cylinder Head - Side Bank
(Unloader Head Not Shown)
Internal Relief Valve
Crankcase Oil Filter Screen
Oil Sight Glass Assembly
Oil Sight Glass “O” Ring Gasket
Oil Sight Glass Screw
Oil Sight Glass Lock Washer
Pipe Plug Gasket (Hex Head)
Bottom Cover Plate
Pump End Bearing Head Assembly
Pump Rotor
Pump Vane
Pump Vane Spring
Pump Vane Spring Guide
Retaining Spring Guide
Oil Feed Guide Vane
Oil Feed Guide Vane Spring
Oil Pump Drive Segment
Screw, Soc Head 1/4 – 28 x 5/8-in.
Screw, Soc Head #10 – 32 x 1/2-in.
Cover Plate
Cover Plate Cap Screw
Oil Relief Piston
Crankshaft
Bearing Washer
Piston Rings (Oil and Compression)
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Piston, Piston Pin and Retaining Ring Assembly
Connecting Rod and Cap Assembly
Valve Plate Assembly
Valve Plate
Discharge Valve Stop
Discharge Valve
Valve Stop Support
Cap Screw, Valve Stop
Suction Valve (Backers For A/C Models Not Shown
see Fig. 5, page 36)
56 – Check Valve (Use Only with Parallel Compressor
Installations)
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
2.10 – Torque Guide – All 06D and 16 to 37 Cfm 06CC
Compressors
SIZE
THREADS
DIAMETER P
ER INCH
(in.)
TORQUE
RANGE
(FT-LB)
TORQUE
RANGE
(NM)
USAGE
1/16
Pipe
8-12
11-16
Pipe plug crankshaft
1/8
Pipe
6-10
8-14
Oil return check valve
No. 10
32
4-6
5- 8
Oil pump drive segment
1/4
Pipe
20-25
27-34
Pipe plug
1/4
20
10-12
14-16
Con-rod cap screw
1/4
5/16
28
12-15
16-20
Baffle plate crankshaft
Side shield
Oil pump drive segment
Unloader
18
16-20
16-20
16-20
16-20
16-20
16-20
20-25
20-25
22-27
22-27
22-27
22-27
22-27
22-27
27-34
27-34
Cover plate bearing head
Terminal plate cap screw
Interstage outlet (CC)
Interstage manifold (CC)
Liquid injection (CC)
Suction manifold (CC)
Suction service valve
Discharge service valve
3/8
16
30-35
40-48
P.E. bearing head, crankcase
Bottom plate, crankcase
Compressor foot
Cylinder head
Motor end cover, crankcase
3/8
24-SAE
6-12
8-16
P.E. bearing head at 10-O'clock
position
NOTE: Not a field usable fitting
7/16
14
55-60
75-81
Motor end cover, crankcase
7-16
20-SAE
6-12
8-16
Oil drain, on bottom cover plate
4-cyl (18-20 Cfm) and 6-cyl 06D
1/2
20
10-12
14-16
Oil pressure regulator
1/2
13
80-90
109-122
Suction service valve
5/8
11
25-30
34-40
Equalization spinner tube assembly
1-1/2
18
35-45
48-61
Oil level sight glass
(CC) - Compound cooling compressors only
NM - Newton meter (metric torque rating)
SAE - Society of Automotive Engineers
* See Fig 17 page 111 for jam locations
Torque for jam nut #3 is for compressors manufactured
after 0203J---. For compressors built before this,
jumper bar must be under jam nut #3 or Loctite #089
applied to jam nut #2, or use 12 ft. lb.
NOTE: Bolt sizes and thread pitch: Compressors are built using English unit bolts. The bolts have no
exact metric equivalents. Therefore, to prevent possible cross-threading, loose bolts, or damage to
threaded portions of the casing, comparable metric measurements are not included.
60
2.11 – Torque Guide – 06E and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm)
Compressors
SIZE
THREADS
DIAMETER
PER INCH
(in.)
TORQUE
RANGE
(FT-LB)
TORQUE
RANGE
(NM)
USAGE
1/16
Pipe
8-12
11-16
Pipe plug crankshaft
1/8
Pipe
10-12
14-16
Orifice crankcase
No. 10
32
4-6
5-8
1/4
20
10-12
1.5-2.5
14-16
2-3
Con-rod cap screw
Motor lead set screw terminal plate
1/4
28
3-5
4-6
12-15
12-15
12-15
12-15
4-7
5-8
16-20
16-20
16-20
16-20
Sight glass
Cylinder head gasket tab screw
Terminal box
Unloader valve
Discharge valve stop
Oil pump drive segment
5/16
18
16-20
20-25
22-27
27-34
Cover plate bearing head
Discharge service valve (4-cyl.)
3/8
16
3-5
3
18
10-20
30-35
30-35
30-35
4-7
4
25
14-17
40-48
40-48
40-48
Terminal post jam nut #1*
Terminal post jam nut #2*
Terminal post jam nut #3*
Oil plug bearing head
Bottom plate, crankcase
Compressor foot
Terminal block
3/8
24-SAE
8-12
11-16
P.E. Bearing head at 10 O'Clock
position
5/8
18-SAE
25-40
27-54
Access port under motor barrel
7/16
14
55-60
55-60
75-81
75-81
Motor end cover, crankcase
Bearing head, crankcase
7/16
20-SAE
8-12
11-16
Oil drain, on bottom plate
1/2
13
80-90
80-90
80-90
85-100
85-100
85-100
109-122
109-122
109-122
115-136
115-136
122-136
1/2
Pipe
30-40
40-54
5/8
11
25-30
90-100
34-40
122-163
3/4
16
50-60
68-81
Stator lock acorn nut
1 1/8
18
30-40
40-54
Pressure relief valve
Oil pump drive segment
Discharge service valve (6-cyl.)
Interstage outlet (CC)
Suction service valve (1 5/8)
Interstage manifold (CC)
Suction manifold (CC)
Cylinder head
Cylinder head sensor
Rotor lock crankshaft
Suction service valve (2 1/8)
See Table 2.10 for Notes and Legend (page 60).
61
62
06DM8086...
06DR1096...(b)
06DR0136...(c)
06DM3136...(c)
06DR3166...(c)
06DM3166...(c)
06DR7186...
06DA8186...
06DR8206...
06DR7246...
06DR7256...
06DA8246...
06DA8256...
06DR2286...
06DA3286...
06DR3376...
06DM3376...
06DA5376...
06DR5416...
06DM8080...
06DR1090...
06DR0130...
06DM3130...
06DR3160...
06DM3160...
06DR7180...
06DA8182...
06DR8200...
06DR7240...
06DR7250...
06DA8242...
06DA8252...
06DR2280...
06DA3282...
06DR3370...
06DM3370...
06DA5372...
06DR5410...
0 to 50
-40 to 0*
-40 to 0*
0 to 50
-40 to 25*
0 to 2 5
-40 to 0*
0 to 50
-40 to 40*
-40 to 25*
-40 to 25*
0 to 5 0
0 to 50
-40 to 25*
0 to 50
-40 to 25*
0 to 25
0 to 5 0
-40 to 25*
Deg. F
-18 to 10
-40 to -18*
-40 to -18*
-18 to 10
-40 to -4*
-18 to -4
-40 to -18*
-18 to 10
-40 to 4*
-40 to -4*
-40 to -4*
-18 to 10
-18 to 10
-40 to -4*
-18 to 10
-40 to -4*
-18 to 10
-18 to 10
-40 to -4*
Deg. C
R-404A/507 & R-502
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-
Deg. F
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-
Deg. C
R-134a & R-12
SUCTION TEMPERATURE RANGE ... (a)
0 to 55
-35 to 0 †
-35 to 0 †
0 to 45
-35 to 25†
0 to 45
-35 to 0 †
0 to 55
-35 to 45†
-35 to 45†
-35 to 45†
0 to 55
0 to 55
-35 to 45†
0 to 55
-35 to 45†
0 to 45
0 to 55
-35 to 25†
Deg. F
* Cylinder head fan required at SST of -20 Deg. F. (-29 deg. C.) and below for R-404A/R-507 and R-502.
† Cylinder head fan required at SST of 0 Deg. F. (-18 deg. C.) and below for R-22.
(a) Approximate condensing temperature ranges. CHECK ACTUAL PERFORMANCE DATA FOR ANY NEW APPLICATION,
ESPECIALLY AT OR NEAR UPPER OR LOWER LIMIT: L.T.=70 to 120 Deg.F. (21 to 49 Deg.C.), M.T.=80 to 130 Deg.F.
(27 TO 54 Deg.C.) and H.T. (R-22 only) = 80 TO 150 Deg.F. (27 to 66 Deg.C.).
(b) The 06DR 109 single phase compressor has a 3 HP (2.2 kW) motor.
(c) Service compressors have dual suction service valve locations, one on motor end and one near the oil pump.
STANDARD
SERVICE
REPLACEMENT
MODEL
CARRIER/
CARLYLE
MODEL
NUMBER
3.0 – COMPRESSOR AND PARTS DATA
3.1 – 06D Series Compressors – Physical Data (page 1 of 2)
R-22
-18 to 13
-37 to -18†
-37 to -18†
-18 to 7
-37 to -4 †
-18 to 7
-37 to -18†
-18 to 13
-37 to 7 †
-37 to 7 †
-37 to 7 †
-18 to 13
-18 to 13
-37 to 7 †
18 to 13
-37 to 7 †
-18 to 7
-18 to 13
-34 to -4 †
Deg. C
63
8.0
8.7
13.0
13.0
15.9
15.9
18.3
18.3
20
23.9
23.9
23.9
23.9
28
28
37.1
37.1
37.1
41.0
227
246
368
368
450
450
518
518
566
677
677
677
677
793
793
1050
1050
1050
1161
3
2.2
2 (b) 1.5
3
2.2
5
3.7
5
3.7
5
3.7
5
3.7
6 1/2 4.9
6 1/2 4.9
6 1/2 4.9
6 1/2 4.9
7 1/2 5.6
7 1/2 5.6
7 1/2 5.6
10
7.5
10
7.5
10
7.5
15 11.2
15 11.2
06DM8080...
06DR1090...
06DR0130...
06DM3130...
06DR3160...
06DM3160...
06DR7180...
06DA8182...
06DR8200...
06DR7240...
06DR7250...
06DA8242...
06DD8252...
06DA2280...
06DA3282...
06DR3370...
06DM3370...
06DA5372...
06DR5410...
480
522
786
786
954
954
1100
1100
1200
1435
1435
1435
1435
1680
1680
2225
2225
2225
2460
CFH
L/M
CFM
HP
kW
DISPLACEMENT
At 1750 RPM
MOTOR
SIZE
CARRIER/
CARLYLE
MODEL
NUMBER
13.59
14.78
22.26
22.26
27.01
27.01
31.09
31.09
33.00
40.60
40.60
40.60
40.60
47.57
47.57
63.03
63.03
63.03
69.66
L/H
(,000)
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
NO.
OF
CYL
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
in.
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
mm
BORE
3.1 – 06D Series Compressors – Physical Data (page 2 of 2)
1 1/4
1 3/8
1
1
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 7/16
1 7/16
1 9/16
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 15/32
1 15/32
1 15/16
1 15/16
1 15/16
2 5/32
in.
31.8
34.9
25.4
25.4
31.8
31.8
36.5
36.5
39.7
31.8
31.8
31.8
31.8
37.3
37.3
49.2
49.2
49.2
54.6
mm
STROKE
3
3
4 1/2
4 1/2
4 1/2
4 1/2
5 1/2
5 1/2
5 1/2
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Pints
1.4
1.4
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.6
2.6
2.6
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
Liters
OIL
CHARGE
160
190
230
235
235
235
250
250
260
310
315
310
315
315
315
325
325
325
325
Lb
73
73
1 04
107
10 7
10 7
1 13
113
118
141
143
141
143
143
143
147
147
14 7
1 47
Kg
NET
WEIGHT
64
06EY450...
06EZ450...
06ET250...
06EY466...
06EZ266...
06EY465...
06ET265...
06EY475...
06EZ475...
06ET275...
06EY399...
06EZ499...
06ET299...
06ER450...
06EM450...
06EA550...
06ER166...(e)
06EM266...(e)
06ER465...
06EA565...
06ER475...
06EM475...
06EA575...
06ER399...
06EM499...
06EA599...
-40 to 0*
0 to 25
0 to 50
-40 to 0
0 to 45*
-40 to 0*
0 to 5 0
-40 to 0*
0 to 40
0 to 50
-40 to 0*
0 to 40
0 to 50
Deg. F
-40 to -18*
-18 to -4
-18 to 10
-40 to 18*
-18 to 7
-40 to -18*
-18 to 10
-40 to -18*
-18 to 4
-18 to 10
-40 to -18*
-18 to 4
-18 to 10
Deg. C
R-404A/507 & R-502
10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-10 to 55
-
Deg. F
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-23 to 13
-
Deg. C
R-134a & R12
SUCTION TEMPERATURE RANGE ...(a)
Deg. C
-37 to -18 †
-18 to 7
-18 to 13
-37 to -18†
-18 to 10
-37 to -18 †
-18 to 13
-37 to -18 †
-18 to 7
-18 to 13
-37 to -18 †
-18 to 7
-18 to 13
Deg. F
-35 to 0 †
0 to 45
0 to 55
-35 to 0†
0 to 50
-35 to 0 †
0 to 55
-35 to 0 †
0 to 45
0 to 55
-35 to 0 †
0 to 45
0 to 55
R- 2 2
* Cylinder head fan required at SST of -20 Deg. F. (-29 deg. C.) and below for R-404A/R-507 and R-502.
† Cylinder head fan required at SST of 0 Deg. F. (-18 deg. C.) and below for R-22.
(a) Approximate condensing temperature ranges. CHECK ACTUAL PERFORMANCE DATA FOR ANY NEW APPLICATION,
ESPECIALLY AT OR NEAR UPPER OR LOWER LIMIT: L.T.=70 to 120 Deg.F. (21 to 49 Deg.C.), M.T.=80 to 130 Deg.F.
(27 TO 54 Deg.C.) and H.T. (R-22 only) = 80 TO 150 Deg.F. (27 to 64 Deg.C.).
(d) The models shown are new oil-less models. Models with oil had a 0, 1 or 2 in the 5th digit of the model number.
(e) The 06ER166 and 06EM266 models are no longer built new, but service replacements are built and available. For new applications, the
06ER166 and 06EM266 models have been replaced by the 06ER465 and 06EA565.
STANDARD
SERVICE
REPLACEMENT
MODEL
CARRIER
CARLYLE
MODEL
NUMBER ...(d)
3.2 – 06E Series Compressors – Physical Data (page 1 of 2)
65
HP
15
15
20
20
25
20
25
20
25
30
30
35
40
CARRIER/
CARLYLE
MODEL
NUMBER
06ER450...
06EM450...
06EA550...
06ER166...(e)
06EM266...(e)
06ER465...
06EA565...
06ER475...
06EM475...
06EA575...
06ER399...
06EM499...
06EA599...
11.2
11.2
14.9
14.9
18.6
14.9
18.6
14.9
18.6
22.4
22.4
26.1
29.8
kW
MOTOR
SIZE
50.3
50.3
50.3
66.0
66.0
68.3
68.3
75.4
75.4
75.4
99.0
99.0
99.0
CFM
1424
1424
1424
1869
1869
1934
1934
2135
2135
2135
2803
2803
2803
L/M
3016
3016
3016
3960
3960
4096
4096
4524
4524
4524
5940
5940
5940
CFH
DISPLACEMENT
At 1750 RPM
85.45
85.45
85.45
112.1
112.1
116.0
116.0
128.1
128.1
128.1
168.2
168.2
168.2
L/H
(,000)
4
4
4
4
4
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
NO.
OF
CYL
2 11/16
2 11/16
2 11/16
2 11/16
2 11/16
2 11/16
2 11/16
2 11/16
2 11/16
2 11/16
2 11/16
2 11/16
2 11/16
in.
in.
5 5 .6
5 5 .6
5 5 .6
73.0
73.0
50.4
50.4
55.6
5 5 .6
55.6
7 3 .0
73.0
7 3 .0
mm
STROKE
68.3 2 3/16
68.3 2 3/16
68.3 2 3/16
68.3 2 7/8
68.3 2 7/8
68.3 1 63/64
68.3 1 63/64
68.3 2 3/16
68.3 2 3/16
68.3 2 3/16
68.3 2 7/8
68.3 2 7/8
68.3 2 7/8
mm
BORE
3.2 – 06E Series Compressors – Physical Data (page 2 of 2)
14
14
14
14
14
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
Pints
6 .6
6.6
6 .6
6 .6
6 .6
9.0
9 .0
9 .0
9 .0
9 .0
9 .0
9 .0
9 .0
Liters
OIL
CHARGE
430
430
430
430
430
480
485
490
490
490
500
505
520
Lb
195
195
195
195
195
218
220
222
222
222
227
229
236
Kg
NET
WEIGHT
66
06CY016...
06CY018...
06CY124...
06CY125...
06CY228...
06CY337...
06CY550...
06CY665...
06CY675...
06CY899...
06CC016...(g)
06CC018...(g)
06CC124...
06CC125...
06CC228...
06CC337...
06CC550...(g)
06CC665...
06CC675...
06CC899...
-40 to -10
-40 to -10
-60 to -10
-60 to -10
-60 to -10
-60 to -10
-40 to -10
-60 to -10
-60 to -10
-60 to -10
Deg. F(h)
-40 to -23
-40 to -23
-51 to -23
-51 to -23
-51 to -23
-51 to -23
-40 to -23
-51 to -23
-51 to -23
-51 to -23
Deg. C(h)
R-404A/507
(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)
Deg. F
R-134A
(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)
(i)
Deg. C
SUCTION TEMPERATURE RANGE ...(f)
-40 to -10
-40 to -10
-40 to -10
-40 to -10
-40 to -10
-40 to -10
-40 to -10
-40 to -10
-40 to -10
-40 to -10
Deg. F
R-22
(f) Approximate condensing temperature ranges. CHECK ACTUAL PERFORMANCE DATA FOR ANY NEW APPLICATION,
ESPECIALLY AT OR NEAR UPPER OR LOWER LIMIT: L.T. = 70 to 130 Deg.F. (21 to 55 Deg.C.).
(g) To provide a 6-cylinder body needed for Compound Cooling, the normal 4-cylinder model 16, 18 and
50 Cfm compressors are built using the 24, 18, and 65 Cfm 6-cylinder bodies respectively. The
actual Cfm reduction is achieved by modifying the running gear.
(h) R404A/R-507 CANNOT be used in the small “D” body size Compound Cooling compressors (16 to 37 Cfm), manufactured prior
to Serial No. 2099J.
(i) R-134a and R-12 CANNOT be used in any Compound Cooling compressor.
STANDARD
SERVICE
REPLACEMENT
MODEL
CARRIER
CARLYLE
MODEL
NUMBER
3.3 – 06CC Series Compressors – Physical Data (page 1 of 2)
-40 to -23
-40 to -23
-40 to -23
-40 to -23
-40 to -23
-40 to -23
-40 to -23
-40 to -23
-40 to -23
-40 to -23
Deg. C
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HP
5
5
6 1/2
6 1/2
7 1/2
10
15
20
20
30
CARRIER/
CARLYLE
MODEL
NUMBER
06CC016...(g)
06CC018...(g)
06CC124...
06CC125...
06CC228...
06CC337...
06CC550...(g)
06CC665...
06CC675...
06CC899...
3.7
3.7
4.9
4.9
5.6
7.5
11.2
14.9
14.9
22.4
kW
MOTOR
SIZE
15.9
18.3
23.9
23.9
28
37.1
50.3
68.3
75.4
99.0
450
518
677
677
793
1050
1424
1934
2135
2803
954
1100
1435
1435
1680
2225
3016
4096
4524
5940
27.01
31.09
40.60
40.60
47.57
63.03
85.45
116.0
128.1
168.2
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
DISPLACEMENT DISPLACEMENT
At 1750 RPM
At 1750 RPM
NO.
OF
CYL
L
/
H
CFM
L/M
CFH
(,000)
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
11/16
11/16
11/16
11/16
in.
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
50.8
68.3
68.3
68.3
68.3
mm
BORE
1 1/4
1 15/32
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 15/32
1 15/16
1 63/64
1 63/64
2 3/16
2 7/8
i n.
31.8
37.3
31.8
31.8
37.3
49.2
50.4
50.4
55.6
73.0
mm
STROKE
3.3 – 06CC Series Compressors – Physical Data (page 2 of 2)
9.5
9.5
9.5
9 .5
9.5
9 .5
19
19
19
19
4.5
4.5
4.5
4 .5
4.5
4.5
9.0
9.0
9.0
9.0
Pints Liters
OIL
CHARGE
330
325
335
340
340
345
545
555
555
580
Lb
150
147
152
154
154
156
247
252
252
263
Kg
NET
WEIGHT
D
D
D
D
D
D
E
E
E
E
BODY
SIZE
3.4 — 06D, E High Efficiency (H.E.) Compressors
High efficiency compressors were phased in between
1985 and 1987. A high efficiency compressor can be
identified as follows:
All 06D H.E. compressors (new or service replacement)
have the number “3” in the 11th digit of the model
number. See page 3 for examples.
The 06E compressor model numbers did not change. To
determine if a 06E compressor is high efficiency, check
the serial number. The following serial numbers indicate
high efficiency:
06EA models start with S/N 4585J...
06EM models start with S/N 0786J...
06ER models start with S/N 2287J...
All 06CC compressors are H.E. design.
All service compressors are high efficiency, except for
some “D” body units without a “3” in the 11th digit of the
model numbers.
NOTE: The 06E H.E. valve plates are identified by an
elongated ear protruding from the side of the valve plate,
in contrast to the standard efficiency valve plates which
have one (A/C - EM, EZ, etc.,) or two (refrigeration - ER,
EY) rounded ears.
3.5 — Compressor Bodies Without Oil
In 1995 Carlyle began supplying new and service
compressors with no oil in the crankcase due to the
introduction of HFC/POE systems. This eliminates the
need to drain mineral oil from the crankcase when
alkylbenzene or POE oil is to be used. POE oil is very
hygroscopic (will readily pick up and retain moisture
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from the air) and should be added just prior to system
start-up only. See Section 2.2, page 11 for Carlyle
approved system start-up instructions and Section 3.6
below for the proper refrigerant oils.
3.6 — Refrigerants and Oils for 06D, E Compressors
The introduction of HFC/POE systems has led to
confusion as to what refrigerants and oils are approved
for use in Carlyle compressors. For 06CC compressors,
see Section 3.7, page 72. The following sections list
approved refrigerants and oils for Carlyle 06D, E
compressors:
Refer to the following chart for Totaline® Part Numbers for available oils:
OIL
Part No.
ALKYLBENZENE (AB) OIL
Zerol 150 P903-2001 (1 Gal)
P903-2005 (5 Gal)
P903-2025 (1 Quart)
RO 15
MINERAL OIL
P903-0101 (1 Gal)
P903-0125 (5 Gal)
P903-0155 (55 Gal)
SW 68*
POLYOL-ESTER (POE) OIL
P903-1001 (1 Gal)
P903-1025 (1 Quart)
P903-1005 (5 Gal)
E68
POLYOL-ESTER (POE) OIL
P903-1725 (1 Quart)
P903-1701 (1 Gal)
P903-1705 (5 Gal)
* Do not use in low
temperature applications.
The following MINERAL/ALKYLBENZINE are approved oils for
CFCs and HCFCs:
NOTE: Carlyle does not recommend the use of POE oil with R-22.
Totaline.........................P903-2001
Witco...........................Suniso 3GS
Shrieve Chemical............Zerol 150
Texaco Capella...........WFI-32-150
IGI Petroleum Ind.....CRYOL -150
FOR CFCs AND HCFCs:
Carlyle has approved the use of R-12, R-500, R-502,
and R-22. Selected OEMs of ultra low temperature
equipment are approved to use R-13 and R-503 (contact
Carlyle Engineering for correct oil).
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FOR HCFC BLENDS:
Carlyle’s engineering efforts were directed toward
testing the new HFC refrigerants, not the interim HCFC
blends. Carlyle provides tentative approvals of the
following blends based on tests by the refrigerant
manufacturer and feedback from field applications, not
on testing undertaken by Carlyle:
• For Low Temperature applications: R-402A
(HP-80) and R408A (FX10).
• For Medium Temperature applications: R-401A
(MP-39), R-402B (HP-81) and R409A (FX56).
NOTE: Carlyle compressors require alkylbenzene oil,
such as Totaline® P903-2001or Shrieve Chemical-Zerol
150, whenever an HCFC blend is used. In a retrofit
application the amount of mineral oil cannot exceed
25% when mixed with alkylbenzene. Carlyle does not
recommend the use of POE lubricants with HCFC
blends.
WARNING
A number of HCFC blends are not approved.
Some may create a hazardous situation. Carlyle
requires all refrigerants used in our compressors to be
A1/A1 (low flammability/low toxicity). The rating is
based on ASHRAE 34 safety standard. Not all A1/
A1 refrigerants are approved for use in Carlyle
compressors. Some of the refrigerants or blends
available are either flammable (A1/A2 or A1/A3)
and/or toxic (A1/B1 or A1/B3). Some A1/A1
refrigerants can change ratings if contaminated. Any
replacement refrigerant must operate with the same
pressure levels and temperature ranges as the CFC or
HCFC being replaced. Do not use any refrigerant
not specifically approved in this guide unless you
have obtained approval from the Carlyle Compressor engineering department.
!
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FOR HFCs:
Carlyle has approved R-134a, R404A, R-507, and R-407C.
The following POLYOL-ESTER (POE) are approved
oils for HFCs:
Totaline® (see Note 5).......P903-1001, 1701
Castrol..(see Note 5) ............................ E68
ICI Emkerarate .............................. RL68H
CPI ............................................. CP-2916S
CPI ............................................... Solest 68
BP Marine Enersyn ....................... MP-S68
All POE oils are very hygroscopic (will readily pick up and
retain moisture from the air) and should be used completely
once the container is opened. It is extremely difficult to reseal
the oil container effectively enough to prevent moisture
absorption, which in turn forms damaging acids.
NOTES:
1. The use of any non-approved refrigerant may be
dangerous and will void the warranty.
2. Using the wrong type or weight of oil for the
refrigerant selected will void the warranty.
3. Follow the refrigerant and/or oil manufacturer
instructions when installing or retrofitting.
4. Contact the Carlyle Compressor engineering
department before using any refrigerant or oil not
listed in this guide as approved for use in a Carlyle
semi-hermetic compressor.
5. Castrol SW68 (Totaline® P903-1001) is approved for
use in Carrier chiller applications as well as Carrier
and Carlyle semi-hermetic compressors for air
conditioning and medium temperature applications.
Castrol SW68 (Totaline® P903-1001) cannot be
used in any new low temperature refrigeration
applications using Carlyle OEM semi-hermetic
compressors. Castrol E68 is approved for use in
Carlyle OEM compressors for low, medium, and
high temperature ranges.
6. All HFC/POE applications require a crankcase heater.
7. Moisture must be kept below 50 ppm for POE oils.
8. In retrofit applications, a high flow oil pump is
required.
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3.7 — Refrigerants and Oils for 06CC Compressors
All 06CC compressors are approved for R-22, R-404A
and R-507 except compressors in the 16 to 37 Cfm
range. Compressors in this size range cannot be used
with R-404A and R-507 prior to Serial No. 2099J ---without installing a retrofit compressor valveplate (Part
No. 06CY660-002) kit. See Section 3.6 on page 69 for
further information about refrigerants and oils.
See Section 3.6 on page 71 for the correct oil for each
refrigerant. Contact Carlyle Engineering for correct oil
for R-23 and R-508A (SUVA 95).
3.8 — Oil and Refrigerant Change-Out Procedures
To change from a CFC or HCFC to either an HFC or an
HCFC blend, follow the refrigerant and oil manufacturer
installation procedures. Select a Carlyle approved
refrigerant and appropriate oil as noted in Sections 3.6
and 3.7 above. System cleanliness is extremely important. To ensure a trouble-free change out, Carlyle
Engineering has made specific guidelines available. We
strongly recommend a copy of our guidelines be requested and procedures carefully followed to avoid
problems.
3.9 — Oil Viscosity and Pour Points
The viscosity of oils used in Carlyle reciprocating
compressors is ISO 68 (centistoke) for all POE oils and
150 Saybolt Seconds Universal (150 SSU or 150 SUS)
or ISO 32 for mineral and alkylbenzene oils. Using oil
with a different viscosity without approval from the
Carlyle Engineering Department will void the warranty.
The oils listed in Sections 3.6 and 3.7 and the viscosity
listed above can be used down to -40°F (-40°C). If your
system runs at a lower temperature, please contact
Carlyle Engineering for an oil recommendation.
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3.10 — Oil Additives
No oil additive is allowed without written approval from
the Carlyle Engineering Department. The use of any
unauthorized additive will void the warranty.
3.11 — Oil Pressure
All new 06D, E, CC compressors are supplied with oil
safety switch connections. Carlyle has introduced a new
high flow oil pump and changed oil pressure specifications due to changes in lubricants and refrigerants. The
following data notes the proper oil pressure range based
on the compressor’s date of manufacture:
STARTING MARCH 1994 WITH S/N 1094J AND
LATER:
• For new OEM 06D and 06CC (16 to 37 Cfm) compressors, the pressure is 18 to 26 psi (1.2 to 1.8 Bars)
• For new OEM 06E and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) compressors, the pressure is 18 to 34 psi (1.2 to 2.3 Bars)
• Note that service compressors did not receive the new
pump until serial number starting with S/N 2994M and
later.
BETWEEN MAY 1984 AND MARCH 1994 OR
BETWEEN S/N 2084J AND 1094J:
• For all 06D, E, CC compressors, the oil pressure is 16
to 22 psi (1.1 to 1.5 Bars)
BEFORE MAY 1984 OR BEFORE S/N 2084J:
• For all 06D/E compressors, the oil pressure is 12 to
18 psi (0.8 to 1.2 Bars)
• For more information about the high flow oil pump, see
Section 3.12.
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3.12 — High Flow Oil Pump (Bearing Head)
Carlyle introduced a new high flow oil pump to provide
improved lubrication with the new HFC refrigerants and
POE lubricants. The pump is a durable, automatically
reversible, high flow design. The high flow design
improves lubrication, especially with the new HFC/POE
combination, and provides improved lubrication in the
case of a flooded start. This oil pump is standard on all
new and service compressors. See Section 3.11 above
for details on oil pressure. For service replacement,
authorized service locations will have the new high flow
oil pump only. See Section 3.13 below.
3.13 — Replacement Oil Pump/Pump End Bearing
Package
The oil pump and pump end bearing are an integral part
called the pump end bearing head. If either the oil pump
or the bearing requires replacement, order part as noted
below:
PUMP END
BEARING HEAD PACKAGE
USAGE
06DA660126
All 06D, 06CC (16 to 37 Cfm) compressors
06EA660157
All 06E, 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) compressors
NOTE: The above pump end bearing head packages include a bearing head
with the high side oil safety switch connection. This pump is recommended for
all CFC, HCFC, and HFC refrigeration applications.
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3.14 — Oil Safety Switch
Carlyle uses as standard the 120-second time delay oil
safety switch, as this time period is preferred for HFC/
POE systems. This is a change from the 45 to 60-second
time delay used previously with CFC and HCFC
systems. It is not necessary to change out the older,
shorter time delay switch unless the unit is converted to
an HFC/POE system.
The oil safety switch protects the compressor when
lubrication is lost for more than 120 seconds. The switch
closes the control circuit at start-up allowing the
compressor to run for 120 seconds. Operating oil
pressure must reach 11 psi above suction pressure within
120 seconds for the switch to remain closed, which
allows the compressor to run. If the operating oil
pressure falls to 4 psi above suction for longer than
120 seconds, the switch will open the control circuit,
shutting down the compressor.
Carlyle has approved the following oil safety switches
for all applications with 06D, E, CC compressors:
• Danfoss - Type MP54. See details below
• Penn/Johnson electronic switch - P445
CARLYLE DANFOSS TIME
PART
PART DELAY CONN.
NO.
NO.
(SEC)
P529-2430
P529-2410
060B2109
060B2164
PRESSURE
DIFF. (PSI)
Cut-In Cutout
REMOTE
VOLTS RESET ALARM
CIRCUIT
12 0
1/4 Male
Flares
8-11
4-8
115/230 Manual
Yes
12 0
36" Long
Capacity
Tube
1/4" SAE
Nuts
8-11
4-8
115/230 Manual
Yes
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Use of an oil safety switch is recommended/required by
Carlyle as noted in the chart below:
TYPE OF SYSTEM
USING 06D
COMPRESSORS
USING 06E
COMPRESSORS
USING 06CC
COMPRESSORS
Single Compressor
without Unloading
Recommended
Required
Required
Single Compressor
with Unloading
Recommended
Required
N/A
Multiple Compressors
without Unloading
Required
Required
Required
Multiple Compressors
with Unloading
Required
Required
N/A
3.15 — 06CC, 06E Discharge Gas Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor
All OEM Carlyle 06EA, EM, ER compressors since 1982
are equipped with a discharge gas temperature sensor.
The sensor is installed in the discharge or center head on
all six-cylinder (three-head) models. The four cylinder
06Es (two heads) have the sensor in the left side head as
viewed from the oil pump end. All 06CC compressors
have the sensor located in the discharge (high stage)
head.
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When the discharge gas temperature in the cylinder head
exceeds the sensor trip setting (see below), the sensor will
open the control circuit and shut off the compressor. The
head sensor must be wired into the control circuit by the
OEM and is pilot duty only at 240V = 0.52A, at 115V =
1.04A. The sensors are threaded into the head without a
well. Therefore, when changing a sensor, the compressor
must first be isolated and evacuated.
CYLINDER HEAD TEMPERATURE SPECIFICATIONS
Part Number
Opens
Closes
Wire Color
Thread
Refrigeration from 1982 to mid-1998
for 06ER, EM, EY and EZ
All 06E and 06CC
Compressors
06EA0512283
325° ±8° F (163° ±4° C)
250° ±12° F (121° ±7° C)
Silver Grey
1/2" NPT
HN68GA295
295° ±5° F (146° ±3° C)
235° F minimum (113° C)
Black
1/2" NPT
NOTES:
1. Since 1993 all Carrier 06 series air conditioning
compressors have been made without a sensor. All
Carlyle OEM 06 series compressors are equipped with
a sensor.
2. Starting in mid-1998 all Carlyle OEM compressors,
including 06EA, EM, ER and all 06CC models, are
built using the HN68GA295 sensor. The change to a
single sensor model is due to the increased use of HFC
refrigerants, which operate at lower temperatures.
3.16 — 06D, E Cylinder Head Cooling Fans
Cylinder head cooling fans are recommended on all
applications where the saturated suction temperature
(SST) is below 0°F (-18°C). A cylinder head cooling fan
must be used for all R-22 single stage applications
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below 0°F (-18°C) and all R404A/507 single stage
applications below -20°F (-29°C). A cylinder head
cooling fan is recommended (but not required) for any
two-stage (Compound Cooling) applications down to
-40°F (-40°C).
CYLINDER HEAD COOLING FAN REPLACEMENT PARTS
06D (13-41 Cfm)
06CC (16-37 Cfm)
Complete fan package
06DR660014
Replacement motor (208/230-1-60)
HC27GB230
Replacement blade package
06DR660012
06DA401763
Fan Guard
Cylinder head stud (standard cyl. head)
06DA503213
Cylinder head stud (with unloader cyl. head) 06DA680047 (06D Only)
Mounting stud nuts
3/8-16
06E, 06CC
(50 to 99 Cfm)
06ER660011
HC27GB230
06ER660007
06EA401293
06EA501973
--1/2-13
3.17 — Capacity Control Accessory Packages
(Suction Cut-Off Unloading Type)
The following suction cut-off capacity control packages
are available to field convert those 06D, 06E compressors
without unloading. With the exception of the 06D
2-cylinder models, these packages can be added to any
new, replacement, or existing 06D or 06E compressors.
See Fig.16.
NOTE: Before adding a suction cut-off control package
to a compressor currently without unloading, consider all
line piping sizes and design to ensure proper oil return to
compressor with reduced (unloaded) refrigerant flow
rates.
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CAPACITY CONTROL PACKAGES
COMPRESSOR
TYPE
PACKAGE
NUMBER
BARE UNLOADER
VALVE
06D
06D
06E
06E
Electric
Pressure
Electric
Pressure
06DA660089*
06DA660090
06EA660138*
06EA660139
06EA660135
06EA660100†
06EA660135
06EA660100†
* Coil NOT included, order separately (see Section 3.18).
† Special Allen head wrench to change valve is part number 06EA680036.
NOTES:
1. Each package unloads 2 cylinders (1-step) and includes (1) cylinder head
assembly with applicable unloader valve (electric or pressure) and
necessary gaskets.
2. When adding the suction cut-off unloading feature to any compressor, it
is no longer necessary to change the valve plate. The suction cut-off
method of unloading functions independently of the valve plate.
3. To avoid interfering with hi-lo pressure connections or cylinder head
sensor, install the unloader cylinder head as follows (viewed from P.E. of
compressor):
06D 4-cyl - left hand cylinder deck
06E 4-cyl - right hand cylinder deck
06D, 06E 6-cyl - either cylinder deck (both when applicable)
4. Unloader valve gasket part number 06EA501253.
5. Unloader is not available for 06CC compressors.
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LOADED OPERATION
UNLOADED OPERATION
Fig. 16–– Loaded and Unloaded Operation
3.18 — Capacity Control Coil Packages (06D, E)
COIL PACKAGE
PART NUMBER
VOLTAGE
ALCO P/N (REF)
EF19ZE120 (06DA402784)
EF19ZE240 (06DA401794)
EF19ZE024 (06DA401844)
120-1-50/60
208/240-1-50/60
24-1-50/60
X13904-C7245
X13904-C7045
X13904-C7145
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3.19 — Crankcase Heater Data
Crankcase heaters help reduce refrigerant migration to the
compressor during shut-down. Crankcase heaters are
designed to raise the temperature in the compressor oil
compartment approximately 15 to 25°F (8 to 14°C).
Carlyle recommends crankcase heaters be wired so the
heater is energized only when the compressor shuts off.
Crankcase heaters should be “ON” initially for 24 hours
before starting the compressor. All HFC/POE applications
require a crankcase heater.
STRAP-ON HEATERS:
Mounted externally to the underside of the stamp steel
bottom plate. Install axially using (2) bottom plate bolts
plus brackets and screws in package. Used on 06D( )808,
109, 013, 313, and 316 compressors. All strap-on heaters
are 50 watts.
INSERTION HEATERS:
Insert into cast well (hole) in cast iron bottom plate.
Circular clip with barbs secures heater. Used on 06D( )718,
818, and 820 4-cylinder compressors, all 6-cylinder 06D
compressors, all 06E and all 06CC compressors. Insertion
heaters are available in 125 and 180 watt sizes.
CRANKCASE HEATER PACKAGES
CRANKCASE
HEATER
PACKAGE
TYPE
HEATER
NUMBER
CONDUIT
VOLTAGE
WATTS
in. (cm)
WIRE
LENGTH
in. (cm)
06DA660091
06DA660092
Strap-on
Strap-on
HT33AK300
HT33BK310
115
230
50
50
24 (61)
24 (61)
39 (99)
39 (99)
06EA660165
06EA660167
Insertion
Insertion
HT36DM132
HT36DM134
115
115
180
180
19 (48)
52 (132)
24 (61)
73 (185)
06EA660166
Insertion
HT36DM432
230
180
19 (48)
24 (61)
06EA660168
06DA660076
Insertion
Insertion
HT36DM434
HT36DL480
230
480
180
125
52 (132)
-
73 (185)
24 (61)
NOTES:
1. Insertion heaters use AS8IVF056 tubular clip.
2. Thermal grease is provided and must be used with 180 watt heaters (grease packet P/N
38AQ680001).
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3.20 — Compressor Mounting Data
Mounting packages are available to mount individual
compressors. Package contains mounting springs, threaded
studs, snubbers, spring cups, nuts, and washers for (1)
compressor.
MOUNTING PACKAGE NUMBER
USE WITH
BODY STYLE
06DA660058
06DA660056
06DA660057
06EA660089
06D 2-cyl
06D 4-cyl
06D, 06CC (16 to 41 Cfm) 6-cyl
06E 4 and 6-cyl and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm)
COMPRESSOR MOUNTING PLATE PACKAGE
No. 06EA660096
This universal mounting plate will accommodate any size
06D, 06E, and 06CC compressor. Mount plate to existing
base and mount the Carlyle compressor to the plate. Package
includes pre-drilled mounting plate, spacers, and template.
3.21 — Compressor Service Valves (06D, E, CC)
SENSOR VALVE PACKAGE*
VALVE
PACKAGE
INCLUDES 12mm SAE
NO.*
FITTING FOR TRANSDUCER
06DA660060
06EA900412
0 6 DA 6 6 0 0 6 1
06EA900422
06DA660062
06EA900432
06DA660063
06EA900442
0 6 DA 6 6 0 0 6 4
06EA900452
06DA660065
06EA900462
06EA660090
06EA900472
06EA660091
0 6 DA 6 6 0 1 6 4
06EA900482
ODS
(in.)
5/8 BRASS
7/8 BRASS
7/8 BRASS
1-1/8 BRASS
1-1/8 BRASS
1-3/8 BRASS
1-5/8 BRASS
2-1/8 BRASS
2-1/8 STEEL
BOLT HOLE
SPACING
(in.)
1-5/8
1-5/8
1-3/4
2-1/2 sq.
1-3/4
2-1/2 sq.
2-1/2 sq.
3-1/16 sq.
3-1/16 sq.
VALVE
NUMBER
EN32AA250
EN07AA271
EN07AA284
EN07EA033
EN07AA348
EN07EA039
EN07EA041
EM13FA516
EN07EA510
* Valve packages consist of (1) service shut-off valve and required gasket and mounting bolts.
NOTE: Sensor Valve Packages required with Carlyle Sentinel module.
3.22 — Service Valve Gaskets (06D, E, CC)
DESCRIPTION
FIBER VALVE GASKET
PACKAGE*
METAL VALVE
GASKET PACKAGE
2-bolt 1-5/8" spacing
2-bolt 1-3/4" spacing
4-bolt 2-1/2" square
Circular, No Holes
6D23-1421
6D40-1131
6D68-1131
6G65-1061
06DA504143
0 6 DA 5 0 4 1 6 3
06DA504153
-
* Service package contains 12 gaskets.
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3.23 — Oil Drain Plug Adapter
All new compressors, except for 06D( )808, 109, 013,
313, and 316 models, are built with a 7/16-20 SAE fitting
and O-ring as the oil drain plug. Carlyle offers an oil
drain adapter, P/N DE14CA126, which replaces the SAE
plug. This adapter allows the installation of a 1/4in. NPT
angle valve as a drain fitting.
3.24 — Sight Glass Adapters for Oil Equalization
ADAPTER PACKAGE
COMPRESSOR USAGE
P/N: 06DA900072
P/N: 06EA660127
For all 06D and 06CC (16 to 37 Cfm)
For 06E and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm)
3.25 — Replacement Sight Glass/Installation Tool
SIGHT GLASS PACKAGE/INSTALLATION TOOL
COMPRESSOR USAGE
5F20-152 Sight Glass (S.G.)
06EA402403 (S.G. without O-ring)
KK71GW015 (O-ring for S.G.)
T133300B-1 (Installation Tool)
All 06Ds and 06CC (16 to 37 Cfm)
All 06Es and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm)
All 06Es and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm)
All 06Ds and 06CC (16 to 37 Cfm)
* 5F20-152 sight glass assembly includes 5F20-1631 gasket.
3.26 — Replacement Motor End Mounting Foot
MOTOR END FOOT P/N
COMPRESSOR USAGE
MOUNTING HOLE WIDTH
(IN.)
6D40-1042
All 2 cylinder 06D
All 4 cyl. 13 & 16 CFM 06D
All 6 cyl. 06DA A/C
duty models
8.875
6D48-2063
All 4 cyl. 18 & 20 CFM 06D
8.25
06EA500052
All 6 cyl. 06DR & DM &
06CC (16 to 37 CFM
“ D” Body)
All 06EA A/C duty models
8.875 & 11.375
06EA501172
06CC (50 to 99 CFM
"E" Body) & All 06ER/EM
Refrig. duty models
8.875 & 11.375
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3.27 — Gaskets – Cylinder Head and Valve Plate
GASKET TYPE
PART NUMBER
06D COMPRESSORS
1: Cylinder head gaskets
a. Side bank, no unloading
b. Side bank, with unloading (suction cut-off design)
c. Side bank, with unloading (hot gas bypass design)
d. Center bank
05GA502213
05GA502223
05GA502183
05GA502173
2: Valve plate gaskets
a. Standard 2" diameter cylinder bore
b. Old design 1-13/16" diameter cylinder bore
c. Blank-off (special) used only on old standard 16 Cfm models
with suction valve at P.E. and using H.E. valve plates
05DA500153
6D40-1073
06DA502923
06E COMPRESSORS
1. Cylinder head gaskets
a. Side bank, no unloading
b. Side bank, with unloading (Suction cut-off design)
c. Side bank, with unloading (hot gas bypass design)
d. Center bank (standard or reversed)
06EA503304
06EA503334
06EA503314
06EA503314
2. Valve plate gaskets
a. H.E., low temperature (ER, EY) .028"/.036"
b. H.E., medium temperature (EM, EZ) .067"/.072"
c. H.E., high temperature (EA, ET) .067"/.072"
d. Old standard, low temperature (ER, EY) .035"/.041"
e. Old standard, medium temperature (EM, EZ) .035"/.041"
f. Old standard, high temperature (EA, EX) .067"/.072"
Package #06ER660012
contains
(1)06EA501853 gasket/
(2)suction valves
06EA504884 (fiber) or
06EA506414 (metal)
06EA504884
06ER660012
06ER660012
06EA504884
06CC COMPRESSORS
16 to 37 Cfm
a. Cylinder head
b. Valve plate
c. Suction manifold
d. Interstage manifold
e. Liquid injection
f. Interstage tube
05GA502213
06DA500153
6D40-1131*
5D40-1131*
6D23-1421*
6D23-1421*
50 to 99 Cfm
a. Cylinder head
b. Valve plate
c. Suction manifold
d. Interstage manifold
e. Liquid injection
f. Interstage tube
06EA503304
06EA504884
6D68-1131*
6D68-1131*
6D23-1421*
6D68-1131*
* Service package contains 12 gaskets.
NOTE: “H.E.” and “Old Standard” are designations based on date of manufacture; see Section 3.4 p.68 for details.
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3.28 — Miscellaneous
Terminal Plate Gasket
COMPRESSOR USAGE
GASKET
All 06D, 06CC (16 TO 37 CFM)
06E, 06CC (50 TO 99 CFM)
6D40-1061
6G45-1082
Sensor Block Gasket (Used between transducer sensor
block and bearing head with Johnson P445 (06DA660115)
oil safety switch)
COMPRESSOR USAGE
GASKET
06D, 06E, 06CC
06DA680063
Electrical Terminal Barrel Nut Tool (Socket tool used for
installation of terminal nuts)
COMPRESSOR USAGE
GASKET
All 06D, 06CC (16 TO 37 cfm)
P920-0009
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3.29 — Valve Plate Packages, Service Replacement
Carlyle began installing high efficiency valve plates in
the mid 1980’s. With a few exceptions noted, the valve
plates fit all current and older Carlyle compressors.
Check notes below the table for exceptions.
COMPRESSOR USAGE
VALVE PLATE PACKAGE
06D, 06CC (16 to 41 Cfm) Compressors
a. 06DR (if using 06DR013, 06DM313, 06DR316,
or 06DM316 models see note 2)
b. 06DM, DA (if using 06DR013, 06DM3136 06DR316,
or 06DM316 models see note 2)
c. 06CC (16 to 37 Cfm) low stage valve package
d. 06CC (16 to 37 Cfm) high stage valve package
06DA660094
06DA660120
06CY660002
06DA660120
06E, 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) Compressors
a. 06ER
b. 06EM, EA
c. 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) low stage valve*
d. 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) high stage valve
06EA660143
06EA660137
06EA660159
06EA660137
* Includes relief valve for both low stage banks.
NOTES:
1. Carlyle recommends the 06ER660017 service replacement valve plate kit for all 06ER
compressors in low temperature environmental chamber applications (see Note 6).
2. All high efficiency (units with a “3” in the 11th digit of the model number) 06DR013 and
06DM313, 06DR316, and 06DM316 models have a 2" diameter cylinder bore and use the
above valve plate kits. Older 13 and 16 cfm (prior to 1985) models have a 1-13/16" diameter
bore and cannot use these valve plate kits. Kits for these models are no longer available.
Suction reed valve (part no. 6D45-1072) and discharge reed valve (part no. 6D75-1062) can be
used for valve plate field repair.
3. Hot gas bypass unloading requires a special valve plate kit with gaskets as follows:
06D.. ................06DA660131
06E ..................06EA660105
The Carlyle recommended suction cut-off unloading does not require a special valve plate.
Suction cutoff unloading uses the standard high efficiency valve plate kit, which includes the
needed gasket.
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4. Service valve plate kits include:
(1) valve plate assembly, (2) suction reed valves, (3) cylinder head gaskets (side, center and
suction gas unloading), (1) valve plate gasket; and for 06D compressors there are (2) suction
valve position springs.
5. All new high efficiency 06DM, 06DA, and 06CC (16 to 37 Cfm) compressors have flat top
pistons. All new high efficiency 06DR and 06ER compressors have one step contoured pistons.
All new high efficiency 06EM, 06EA, and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) compressors have two-step
contoured pistons.
6. The outer edges of the valve plates have “ears” that are visible when installed on the
compressor. All new high efficiency valve plates have one elongated “ear” versus one or two
rounded “ears” on the older standard efficiency valve plates. Note the valve plate supplied in
package 06ER660017 for environmental chambers has two rounded ears.
3.30 — Muffler Recommendations
Mufflers can reduce discharge gas pulsation and effectively eliminate vibration problems downstream. They
should be placed as close to the compressor as possible
to maximize efficiency and minimize vibration. Mufflers
should be:
• used on all 06E 66 and 99 Cfm compressor models.
• used on all 06E compressors with capacity control.
• considered for use with all 06D 37 and 41 Cfm
compressor models.
• considered for use with all 06D 6-cylinder compressors with capacity control
MUFFLER
WEIGHT
LB (KG)
INLET/OUTLET
(in.)
COMPRESSOR
SIZED BY CFM
06DA605594
0 6 DA 6 0 5 6 0 4
06DA605614
06EA500302
LM10HH100
06EA500712
5 (2.3)
5 (2.3)
5 (2.3)
10 (4.5)
6 (2.7)
7 (3.2)
5/8 ODM
7/8 ODF
1-1/8 ODF
1-3/8 ODF
1-3/8 ODF
1-7/8 ODF
08, 09, 13, 16
18, 20, 24
28, 37, 41
50
65, 75 and 06E( )399
06E( )499, 599 and 06CC899
Mufflers can be mounted horizontally or vertically.
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3.31 — Electrical Accessories
BOX PACKAGE - This consists of terminal box, cover,
and necessary mounting components.
TERMINAL
BOX
PACKAGE
NUMBER
COMPRESSOR USAGE
AND SIZE
TYPE
All 06D 2-cyl. (6" x 5-3/4") (15.2cm x 14.6cm)
06DA660078 Drawn Steel
All 06D 4-cyl. (6" x 5") (15.2cm x 12.7cm)
06DA660075 Fabricated
All 06D 6-cyl. and 06CC 16 to 37 Cfm (6" x 8") (15.2cm x 20.3cm)
06DA660088 Fabricated
All 06E 4- and 6-cyl. compressors and
06EA660095 Drawn Steel
06CC 50 to 99 Cfm (7" x7") (17.8cm x 17.8cm)
TERMINAL LUG PACKAGE - This consists of 6
screw-on terminal lugs with set screws. Strip power wire
1/2 in., insert into terminal lugs, and secure in place with
set screw.
TERMINAL LUG
PACKAGE NUMBER
COMPRESSOR USAGE
06EA660095
06EA660136
All 06D and 06CC 16 to 41 Cfm
All 06E and 06CC 50 to 99 Cfm
TERMINAL PLATE JUMPER PACKAGE FOR 06E,
06CC 50 TO 99 Cfm - This package consists of jumper
bars, terminal nuts and instructions to interconnect
terminal studs for proper motor starting (P/W or X/L)
and voltage.
JUMPER PACKAGE
NUMBER
USAGE
06EA660141
06EA660097
208/230/460 (triple voltage)
208/230/460/575 (distinct voltage)
NOTE: With 06E multi-volt (208/230/460) compressors, the 460-volt motor can be
connected only for across-the-line start. A compressor with a distinct 460-volt motor
(or designated P/W) must be used for part-winding start.
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3.32 — Baffle Plate Recommendations
Baffle plates can be used to reduce compressor discharge
gas pulsations. Recommended baffle plate assemblies
are shown below. These plates are designed to create
a 6 to 10 psi (0.4 to 0.7 Bars) pressure drop in the
discharge gas. Use only the baffle plate recommended for
the application. These baffle plates, sandwiched between
two gaskets, are installed between the compressor
discharge service valve and the compressor crankcase or
cylinder head. For further details, see Carlyle OEM
Bulletins No. 118 and 119.
BAFFLE PLATE
PART NUMBER*
COMPRESSOR
APPLICATION
06D-13, 16, and 20 Cfm
06D-24, 25, 28, 37 and 41 Cfm
06D-24, 25, 28, 37 Cfm and all
06CC 16 to 37 Cfm
low and medium temperature
low temperature only †
medium temperature
& 06CC
0 6 DA 6 6 0 1 0 3
0 6 DA 6 6 0 1 0 4
0 6 DA 6 6 0 1 0 5
06E-50 Cfm
06E-65, 75, 99 Cfm and all 06CC 50 to 99 Cfm
low and medium temperature
low and medium temperature
0 6 DA 6 6 0 1 0 5
06EA660145
* Includes baffle plate and 2 gaskets.
† For single-stage application. When using as booster application, use medium temperature
baffle plate.
3.33 — Interstage Pressure Tables (06CC Compressors
Only)
All 06CC compressors are a two-stage design. Therefore,
the pressure measurements are suction, interstage, and
discharge. The following tables list the interstage
pressures using R-22 and R-404A/507 refrigerants.
89
90
11.9
9.2
6.1
2.7
0.5
2.6
4.9
7.4
10.1
13.2
16.5
*(0.611)
*(0.702)
*(0.807)
*(0.922)
(1.05)
(1.19)
(1.35)
(1.52)
(1.71)
(1.92)
(2.15)
Suction
Pressure
PSIG (BAR)
20 (2.39)
23 (2.60)
25 (2.73)
28 (2.94)
31 (3.15)
34 (3.36)
37 (3.57)
40 (3.77)
43 (3.98)
47 (4.26)
50 (4.46)
121.4
(9.39)
101.6
(8.02)
17 (2.19)
20 (2.39)
22 (2.53)
25 (2.73)
27 (2.88)
30 (3.08)
33 (3.29)
36 (3.50)
39 (3.70)
42 (3.91)
46 (4.19)
70
(21)
60
(16)
* Indicates Vacuum.
NOTE: 1 BAR = 100 kPa or 1 ATM (Atmosphere) Pressure
-60 (-51)
-55 (-48)
-50 (-45)
-45 (-43)
-40 (-40)
-35 (-37)
-30 (-34)
-25 (-32)
-20 (-29)
-15 (-26)
-10 (-23)
Saturated
Suction
Temp, F (C)
90
(32)
100
(38)
23 (2.60)
25 (2.73)
28 (2.94)
31 (3.15)
34 (3.36)
38 (3.63)
41 (3.84)
44 (4.05)
48 (4.32)
52 (4.60)
56 (4.88)
26 (2.81)
29 (3.01)
32 (3.22)
35 (3.42)
38 (3.63)
42 (3.91)
45 (4.12)
49 (4.39)
53 (4.67)
57 (4.94)
61 (5.22)
168.4
(12.63)
28 (2.94)
32 (3.22)
35 (3.42)
38 (3.63)
42 (3.91)
46 (4.19)
50 (4.46)
54 (4.73)
58 (5.01)
62 (5.29)
66 (5.57)
195.9
(14.52)
110
(43)
31 (3.15)
35 (3.42)
38 (3.63)
42 (3.91)
46 (4.19)
50 (4.46)
54 (4.73)
58 (5.01)
63 (5.36)
67 (5.63)
72 (5.98)
226.4
(16.63)
Condensing Pressure, PSIG (BAR)
143.6
(10.92)
80
(27)
Saturated Condensing Temperature, F (C)
R-22 APPROXIMATE INTERSTAGE PRESSURE ± 10psi (.7 BAR) WITH SUBCOOLER
35 (3.43)
38 (3.63)
42 (3.91)
46 (4.19)
50 (4.46)
54 (4.73)
59 (5.08)
63 (5.36)
68 (5.70)
73 (6.05)
78 (6.39)
259.9
(18.94)
120
(49)
38 (3.63)
42 (3.91)
46 (4.19)
50 (4.46)
54 (4.73)
59 (5.08)
63 (5.36)
68 (5.70)
73 (6.05)
79 (6.46)
84 (6.81)
296.8
(21.48)
130
(54)
91
5.9 *(0.814)
2.3 *(0.929)
0.9 (1.08)
3.1 (1.23)
5.5 (1.39)
8.2 (1.58)
11.1 (1.78)
14.3 (2.00)
17.8 (2.24)
21.7 (2.51)
25.8 (2.79)
Suction Pressure
PSIG (BAR)
30 (3.08)
33 (3.29)
37 (3.57)
39 (3.70)
44 (4.05)
47 (4.26)
51 (4.53)
55 (4.81)
59 (5.08)
64 (5.43)
68 (5.70)
153.6
(11.61)
129.7
(9.96)
26 (2.81)
29 (3.01)
33 (3.29)
35 (3.43)
39 (3.70)
43 (3.98)
46 (4.19)
50 (4.46)
54 (4.74)
58 (5.01)
62 (5.29)
70
(21)
60
(16)
* Indicates Vacuum.
NOTE: 1 BAR = 100 kPa or 1 ATM (Atmosphere) Pressure
-60 (-51)
-55 (-48)
-50 (-45)
-45 (-43)
-40 (-40)
-35 (-37)
-30 (-34)
-25 (-32)
-20 (-29)
-15 (-26)
-10 (-23)
Saturated
Suction
Temp, F (C)
90
(32)
100
(38)
33 (3.29)
37 (3.57)
40 (3.77)
44 (4.05)
48 (4.32)
52 (4.60)
56 (4.88)
60 (5.15)
65 (5.50)
70 (5.84)
74 (6.12)
180.3
(13.45)
37 (3.57)
40 (3.77)
45 (4.19)
48 (4.32)
53 (4.67)
57 (4.94)
61 (5.22)
66 (5.57)
71 (5.91)
76 (6.26)
81 (6.60)
210.2
(15.51)
40 (3.77)
44 (4.05)
49 (4.39)
53 (4.67)
58 (5.01)
62 (5.29)
67 (5.63)
72 (5.98)
77 (6.32)
82 (6.67)
88 (7.08)
243.5
(17.81)
Condensing Pressure, PSIG (BAR)
80
(27)
Saturated Condensing Temperature, F (C)
280.6
(20.37)
110
(43)
44 (4.05)
48 (4.32)
53 (4.67)
57 (4.94)
63 (5.36)
68 (5.70)
73 (6.05)
78 (6.39)
83 (6.74)
89 (7.15)
95 (7.57)
R404A/R507 APPROXIMATE INTERSTAGE PRESSURE ± 10 psi (.7 BAR) WITH SUBCOOLER
48 (4.32)
53 (4.67)
58 (5.01)
62 (5.29)
68 (5.70)
73 (6.05)
78 (6.39)
84 (6.81)
90 (7.22)
96 (7.63)
102 (8.05)
321.9
(23.21)
120
(49)
92
06DR1090GA3150
GA3250
GA3650
06DR0130CA3150
CA3250
CA3250
CA3650
06DR3160CA3150
CA3250
CA3250
CA3600
06DR7180DA3150
DA3250
DA3250
DA3650
06DR8200DA3150
DA3250
DA3650
Compressor
Model*
575
208/230
460
575
208/230
208/230
460
575
208/230
208/230
460
575
208/230
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
Volt
4.4
12.1
5.5
7
17.4
17.4
8.7
10.8
27
27
13.5
10.8
27
27
13.5
17.6
44
22
MCC
2.8
7.6
3.5
4.5
11.2
11.2
5.6
6.9
17.3
17.3
8.6
6.9
17.3
17.3
8.6
11.3
28.2
14.1
21.3
53.3
26.3
28.4
71
71
35.5
40
100
100
50
40
100
100
50
64
160
80
RLA LRA
Motor Winding
Resistance (Ohms)
7.0
1.1
4.4
5.0
0.81
0.81
3.2
3.3
0.54
0.54
2.1
3.3
0.54
0.54
2.1
2.6
0.42
1.7
Electrical Data
NEW HIGH EFFICIENCY MODELS
2
Compressor
Model*
Volt
3.9
12.1
5.5
5.9
17
14.8
7.4
9.4
27
23.5
11.8
9.4
27
23.5
11.8
17.6
48.8
22
MCC
8.6
3.9
4.2
12.1
10.6
5.3
6.7
19.3
16.8
8.4
6.7
19.3
16.8
8.4
12.6
34.9
15.7
RLA
Electrical Data
OLD STANDARD EFFICIENCY MODELS
06DR1090GC2100
575
GA1200 208/230
GA2600
460
06DR0130FA0100
575
F
A
0
4
0
0
2
00
4.3 3
FA0500
230
FA0600
460
06DR3160FA0110
575
F
A
0
4
1
0
2
00
6.25 5
FA0510
230
FA0610
460
06DR7180DA0110
575
D
A
0
4
1
0
2
00
6.25 5
DA0510
230
DA0610
460
06DR8200DA0100
575
9.8 6.5
DA1200 208/230
DA0600
460
3.1
Max HP
kW
4.0 — ELECTRICAL DATA
4.1 — 06DR 3 Phase Electrical Specifications
21.3
53.3
26.3
23
63.5
57.5
28.8
34.5
95
86
43
34.5
95
86
43
50
137
62
LRA
93
575
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
575
2 0 8 /2 3 0
460
Volt
17.6
44
22
17.6
44
22
22.2
55.5
27.8
25
62
31
MC C
11.3
28.2
14.1
1 1 .3
28.2
14.1
1 4 .2
35.6
17.8
1 6 .0
39.7
19.9
64
160
80
64
160
80
79
198
99
91
228
114
RLA LRA
MAX
kW HP
Motor Winding
Resistance (Ohms)
2.6
0.42
9.8 6.5
1.7
2.6
0.42
9.8 6.5
1.7
2.0
0.31
12.8 8
1.3
1.7
0.26
16.5 10
1.0
Electrical Data
575
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
Volt
1 7 .6
48.8
22
17.6
48.8
22
2 2 .2
5 5 .5
27.8
25
69
31
MC C
12.6
3 4 .9
15.7
12.6
34.9
15.7
15.9
43.9
1 9 .9
17.9
49.3
22.1
RLA
Electrical Data
187
414
518
342
180
208/230
460
575
400 (50 Hz)
200 (50 Hz)
254
529
661
460
230
MINIMUM
50
137
62
50
137
62
62
170
77
69
191
86
LRA
NOMINAL VOLTAGE MAXIMUM
ALLOWABLE OPERATING RANGES
06DR7240DA0100
DA 1 2 0 0
DA 0 6 0 0
06DR7240DA0100
DA1200
DA 0 6 0 0
06DR2280DA0100
DA 1 2 0 0
DA 0 6 0 0
06DR3370DA0100
DA1200
DA 0 6 0 0
Compressor Model*
OLD STANDARD EFFICIENCY MODELS
NOTES:
1. RLA (rated load amps) value shown for new high efficiency models is MCC ÷ 1.56 = RLA. Use this
recommended (and minimum) RLA value to determine nameplate stamping, minimum contactor sizing and wire sizing.
2. Compressor operating amps at any specific conditions can only be determined from a performance curve.
3. RLA values for 06D compressor protected by a calibrated circuit breaker will depend on must-trip value of circuit breaker.
4. Ohm values shown for resistance are approximate and shown for reference only. Motors from different vendors and motors of different efficiencies
can differ up to 15% from data shown.
LEGEND
LRA - Locked Rotor Amps
MCC - Maxmium Continuous Current
RLA - Rated Load Amps
* The last two digits of the compressor model number may vary. See page 3.
06DR7420DA3150
DA3250
DA3650
06DR7250DA3150
DA3250
DA 3 6 5 0
06DR2280DA3150
DA3250
DA3650
06DR3370DA3150
DA3250
DA3650
Compressor
Model*
NEW HIGH EFFICIENCY MODELS
94
06DM
06DM8080GA3150
GA3250
GA3250
GA3650
06DM3130CA3150
CA3250
CA3250
CA3600
06DM3160CA3150
CA3250
CA3250
CA3650
06DM3370DA3150
DA3250
DA3650
06DA
06DA8182AA3150
AA3250
AA3650
Compressor
Model*
7
17.4
17.4
8.7
10.8
27
27
13.5
10.8
27
27
13.5
25
62
31
17.6
44
22
575
208/230
460
MCC
575
208/230
208/230
460
575
208/230
208/230
460
575
208/230
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
Volt
11.3
28.2
14.1
4.5
11.2
11.2
5.6
6.9
17.3
17.3
8.6
6.9
17.3
17.3
8.6
16.0
39.7
19.9
64
160
80
28.4
71
71
35.5
40
100
100
50
40
100
100
50
91
228
114
RLA LRA
2.6
0.42
1.7
5.0
0.78
0.78
3.1
3.3
0.5
0.5
2.1
3.3
0.5
0.5
2.1
1.7
0.26
1.0
Motor Winding
Resistance (Ohms)
Electrical Data
NEW HIGH EFFICIENCY MODELS
5
6.25
9.18 6.5
16.5 10
5
3
6.25
4.1
MAX
Max
kkW
W HP
4.2 — 06DM, DA 3 Phase Electrical Specifications
Volt
06DA8182AA0100
575
AA1200 208/230
AA0600
460
06DM8080GC0120
575
GC0430
200
GA0520
230
GA0620
460
06DM8080FA0120
575
FA0420
200
FA0520
230
FA0620
460
06DM3160FA0120
575
FA0420
200
FA0520
230
FA0620
460
06DM3370DA0120
575
DA1220 208/230
DA0620
460
Compressor Model*
17.6
48.8
22
5.9
17.0
14.8
7.4
9.4
27.0
23.5
11.8
9.4
27.0
23.5
11.8
25
69
31
MC C
12.6
34.9
15.7
12.1
10.6
5.3
6.7
19.3
16.8
8.4
6.7
19.3
16.8
8.4
17.9
49.3
22.1
RLA
Electrical Data
OLD STANDARD EFFICIENCY MODELS
50
137
62
23
63.5
57.5
28.8
34.5
95
86
43
34.5
95
86
43
69
191
86
LRA
95
575
208/230
460
575
2 0 8 /2 3 0
460
575-3-60
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
Volt
22.2
55.5
2 7 .8
2 2 .2
5 5 .5
27.8
25
62
31
32
89
40
1 4 .2
3 5 .5
17.8
1 4 .2
35.6
1 7 .8
16.0
39.7
19.9
2 0 .5
5 7 .1
25.6
79
198
99
79
198
99
91
228
114
96
266
120
MCC RLA LRA
2.0
0.31
1.3
2.0
0.31
1 .3
1.7
0.26
1.0
1.2
0 .1 8
0.72
Motor Winding
Resistance (Ohms)
Electrical Data
10
16.5
15
8
12.8
20.7
8
HP
12.8
kW
575
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
V o lt
22.2
61.5
27.8
22.2
61.5
27.8
25
69
31
32
89
40
MC C
15.9
43.9
19.9
15.9
43.9
19.9
17.9
49.3
22.1
22.9
63.6
28.6
RLA
MAXIMUM
254
529
661
460
230
NOMINAL VOLTAGE
2 0 8 /2 3 0
460
575
400 (50 Hz)
200 (50 Hz)
62
170
77
62
170
77
69
191
86
96
266
120
LRA
187
414
518
342
180
MINIMUM
ALLOWABLE OPERATING RANGES
0 6 DA 8 2 4 2 B A 0 1 0 0
BA1200
BA0600
06DA8252BA0100
BA1200
BA0600
06DA3282BA0100
BA1200
BA0600
06DA5372BA0100
BA1200
BA0600
Compressor Model*
Electrical Data
OLD STANDARD EFFICIENCY MODELS
NOTES:
1. RLA (rated load amps) value shown for new high efficiency models is MCC ÷ 1.56 = RLA. Use this
recommended (and minimum) RLA value to determine nameplate stamping, minimum contactor sizing and wire sizing.
2. Compressor operating amps at any specific conditions can only be determined from a performance curve.
3. RLA values for 06D compressor protected by a calibrated circuit breaker will depend on must-trip value of circuit breaker.
4. Ohm values shown for resistance are approximate and shown for reference only. Motors from different vendors and motors of different efficiencies
can differ up to 15% from data shown.
LEGEND
LRA - Locked Rotor Amps
MCC - Maxmium Continuous Current
RLA - Rated Load Amps
* The last two digits of the compressor model number may vary. See page 3.
06DA continued
06DA8242BA3150
BA3250
BA3650
06DA8252BA3150
BA3250
BA3650
06DA3282BA3150
BA3250
BA3650
0 6 DA 5 3 7 2 B A 0 1 5 0
BA1250
BA0650
Compressor
Model*
NEW HIGH EFFICIENCY MODELS
96
28
20
110
MCC
RLA
LRA
375 V
50-110 V
Dropout Voltage
Coil Voltage
208/239 V
Cold Pick-Up Voltage
11 0
17.1
24
375 V
50-110 V
208-239 V
220-240 V
HN61KB021 or
P283-9913
220-24 V
HN61KB021 or
P283-9913
Start Relay Data Hot
Pick-Up Voltage and P/N
35 MFD @ 440 V
P291-3504
35 MFD @ 440 V
P291-3504
Run Capacitor
and P/N
196 MFD @ 320 V
P281-1896
3
06DR1090CA3350*
196 MFD @ 320 V
P281-1896
3
06DM8080CA3350*
Start Capacitor
and P/N
Nominal Horsepower
COMPRESSOR
VARIABLE
100
23.3
32.6
375 V
50-110 V
239-270 V
260-280 V
HN61KB022 or
P283-9918
40 MFD @ 440 V
P291-4004
238 MFD @ 320 V
P281-2166
3
06DR0130CA3350*
COMPRESSOR MODEL
4.3 — 06DR, DM Single Phase Electrical Specifications
15 0
28. 6
40
420 V
60-121 V
328-356 V
350-370 V
P283-9912
50 MFD @ 440 V
P291-5004
238 MFD @ 320 V
P281-2166
5
06DM3130CA3350*
06DR3160CA3350*
15 0
28. 6
40
420 V
60-121 V
328-356 V
350-370 V
P283-9912
50 MFD @ 440 V
P291-5004
238 MFD @ 320 V
P281-2166
5
06DR7180DA3350*
97
(8347A23-53)
HN69GZ014
(T.I.)
Start Overload
(8347A23-42)
HN69GZ032
(8347A23-31)
HN69GZ025
06DR1090CA3350*
(8347A23-53)
HN69GZ014
(8347A23-63)
HN69GZ024
06DR0130CA3350*
COMPRESSOR MODEL
MAXIMUM
254 V
NOMINAL
VOLTAGE
208/230-1-60
187 V
MINIMUM
ALLOWABLE OPERATING RANGE
*The last two digits of the compressor model number may vary. See page 3.
(8347A23-63)
HN69GZ024
06DM8080CA3350*
(T.I. No.)
Common Overload
COMPRESSOR
VARIABLE
(8347A23-40)
HN69GZ037
(8348A19-4)
HN69GZ307
06DM3130CA3350*
06DR3160CA3350*
(8347A23-40)
HN69GZ037
(8347A19-4)
HN69GZ307
06DR7180DA3350*
98
25.3
25.3
39.1
06ER(1/4)75000
208/230
(1/4)75100
575
(1/4)75600
460
(1/4)75300 208/230/460
06ER(0/3)99000
208/230
(0/3)99100
575
(0/3)99600
460
(0/3)99300 208/230/460
30
20
20
20
168
65
84
168/84
108
45
54
108/54
108
45
54
108/54
108
45
54
90
38
46
90/46
Maximum
Must Trip
Amps
135
52
68
135/68
87
36
44
87/44
87
36
44
87/44
87
36
44
72
31
36
72/36
Maximum
RLA
506
176
253
506/253
345
120
173
345/173
345
120
173
345/173
345
120
173
283
98
142
283/142
LRA-XL
304
106
152
304/152
207
72
104
207/104
207
72
104
207/104
207
72
104
170
59
85
170/85
0.22
1.3
0.88
0.22/0.11
0.32
2.2
1.3
0.32/0.16
0.32
2.2
1.3
0.32/0.16
0.32
2.2
1.3
0.44
2.8
1.8
0.44/0.22
91
33
42
91/42
91
33
42
91/42
91
33
42
78
29
40
7 8 /4 0
M.H.
350
124
175
250
97
150
250/150
LRA
104
350
38
124
49
175
1 0 4 /4 9 3 5 0 / 1 7 5
104
350
38
124
49
175
1 0 4 / 4 9 3 5 0 /1 7 5
104
38
49
90
33.5
46
90/46
M.T.
HH83XC539 142
163
507
XA430
50
58
168
XA478
65
76
274
XC539/XA478 142/67 163/76 507/274
HH83XB625
XA461
SA424
XB625/XA424
HH83XB625
XA461
XA424
X B 6 2 5 /X A 4 2 4
HH8 3 X B 6 2 5
XA461
XA424
HH83XA626
XA460
XA463
XB626/XA463
SEE NOTE 3
MOTOR
WINDING
LRA-PW RESISTANCE Recommended
(first
Circuit Breaker
(Ohms)
winding)
Part No.
SEE NOTE 2
CIRCUIT BREAKER DATA
* The last two digits of the compressor model number may vary. See page 4. The fifth digit in ( ) of the compressor model number
represents models with or without oil. 0, 1, 2 signifies older models with oil; 3, 4, 5 signifies newer models without oil. See page 4.
25.3
06ER(1/4)65000
208/230
(1/4)65100
575
(1/4)65600
460
(1/4)65300 208/230/460
208/230
575
460
06ER(1/4)66000
(1/4)66100
(1/4)66600
(See Note 5)
15
MAX
kW HP
22.0
VOLT
06ER(1/4)50000
208/230
(1/4)50100
575
(1/4)50600
460
(1/4)50300 208/230/460
COMPRESSOR
MODEL*
SEE NOTE 1
COMPRESSOR MOTOR DATA
4.4 — 06ER, EY 3 Phase Electrical Specifications
1 1 6 .4
4 1 .4
5 4 .3
1 1 6 . 4 / 5 4 .3
74.3
2 7 .1
35
74.3/35
74.3
27.1
35
7 4 .3 / 3 5
7 4 .3
2 7 .1
35
6 4 .3
23.9
33.9
6 4 . 3 /3 3 . 9
Recommended
RLA
SEE NOTE 4
99
MAXIMUM
254
529
661
460
230
NOMINAL
VOLTAGE
208/230
460
575
400 (50 Hz)
200 (50 Hz)
187
414
518
342
180
MINIMUM
ALLOWABLE OPERATING RANGE
NOTES:
1. Compressor must-trip (M.T.) amps and RLA values are maximum figures.
2. LRA values for PW second winding = 1/2 the LRA -XL value.
3. 3-Pole XL circuit breakers shown, other 3-Pole XL alternates and 6-Pole PW breakers available. Terminal lugs for circuit breakers available in
package 06EA660152.
4. Recommended RLA value shown is determined by: circuit breaker must trip value ÷ 1.40. Use this recommended (and minimum) RLA value to
determine name plate stamping, minimum contactor sizing, and wire sizing. RECOMMENDED RLA FOR 06E COMPRESSORS EQUALS:
MUST- TRIP (M.T.) OF CARLYLE APPROVED OVERCURRENT DEVICE BEING USED ÷ 1.40.
5. 06ER166 New OEM Models no longer produced, replaced by 06ER165.
6. Compressor operating amps at any specific condition can only be determined from a performance curve.
7. Ohm values for resistance are approximate and shown for reference purposes only. Motors from different vendors and motors of different efficiencies
can differ up to 15% from data shown.
LEGEND:
LRA - Locked Rotor Amps
M.H. - Must Hold Amps
M.T. - Must-Trip Amps
PW - Part-Winding (Start)
RLA - Rated Load Amps
XL - Across-the-Line (Start)
100
3 3 .6
47.6
06EM(1/4)99000
208/230
(1/4)99100
575
(1/4)99600
460
(1/4)99300 208/230/460
35
25
25
15
HP
193
77
96
193/96
140
57
70
140/70
140
57
70
90
38
46
90/46
Maximum
Must Trip
Amps
155
62
77
155/77
112
46
56
112/56
112
46
56
72
31
36
72/36
Maximum
RLA
610
212
305
610/305
446
164
223
446/223
446
164
223
283
98
142
283/142
LRAXL
366
127
183
366/183
268
98
134
268/134
268
98
134
170
59
85
170/85
0.18
1.1
0.71
0.18/0.09
0.17
1.6
1.1
0.27/0.14
0.27
1.6
1.1
0.44
2.8
1.8
0.44/0.22
110
46
55
78
29
40
78/40
M.H.
127
53
64
90
33.5
46
9 0 /4 6
M.T.
420
164
210
250
97
150
250/150
LRA
HH83XC532 158
182
590
XA453
68
78
236
XA547
77
88
283
XC532/XA547 158/77 182/88 590/283
HH83XC509 110
127
420
XA469
46
53
164
XA426
55
64
210
XC509/XA426 110/55 127/64 420/210
HH83XC509
XA469
XA426
HH83XB626
XA460
XA463
X B 6 2 6 /X A 4 6 3
SEE NOTE 3
MOTOR
WINDING
LRA-PW RESISTANCE Recommended
(first
Circuit Breaker
(Ohms)
winding)
Part No.
SEE NOTE 2
CIRCUIT BREAKER DATA
* The last two digits of the compressor model number may vary. See page 4. The fifth digit in ( ) of the compressor model number
represents models with or without oil. 0, 1, 2 signifies older models with oil; 3, 4, 5 signifies newer models without oil. See page 4.
3 3 .6
06EM(1/4)75000
2 0 8 /2 3 0
(1/4)75100
575
1/4)75600
460
(1/4)75300 208/230/460
208/230
575
460
06EM(2/5)66000
(2/5)66100
(2/5)66600
(See Note 5)
MAX
kW
2 2 .0
VOLT
06EM(1/4)50000
2 0 8 /2 3 0
(1/4)50100
575
(1/4)50600
460
(1/4)50300 208/230/460
COMPRESSOR
MODEL*
SEE NOTE 1
COMPRESSOR MOTOR DATA
4.5 — 06EM, EZ 3 Phase Electrical Specifications
130
55.7
62.9
1 3 0 /6 2 . 9
90.7
3 7 .9
45.7
90.7/45.7
90.7
3 7 .9
45.7
64.3
23.9
3 3 .9
6 4 . 3 /3 3 .9
Recommended
RLA
SEE NOTE 4
101
MAXIMUM
254
529
661
460
230
NOMINAL
VOLTAGE
208/230
460
575
400 (50 Hz)
200 (50 Hz)
187
414
518
342
180
MINIMUM
ALLOWABLE OPERATING RANGE
NOTES:
1. Compressor must-trip (M.T.) amps and RLA values are maximum figures.
2. LRA values for PW second winding = 1/2 the LRA -XL value.
3. 3-Pole XL circuit breakers shown, other 3-Pole XL alternates and 6-Pole PW breakers available. Terminal lugs for circuit breakers available in
package 06EA660152.
4. Recommended RLA value shown is determined by: circuit breaker must trip value ÷ 1.40. Use this recommended (and minimum) RLA value to
determine name plate stamping, minimum contactor sizing, and wire sizing. RECOMMENDED RLA FOR 06E COMPRESSORS EQUALS:
MUST-TRIP (M.T.) OF CARLYLE APPROVED OVERCURRENT DEVICE BEING USED ÷ 1.40.
5. 06EM266 New OEM Models no longer produced, replaced by 06EA265.
6. Compressor operating amps at any specific condition can only be determined from a performance curve.
7. Ohm values for resistance are approximate and shown for reference purposes only. Motors from different vendors and motors of different efficiencies
can differ up to 15% from data shown.
LEGEND:
LRA - Locked Rotor Amps
M.H. - Must Hold Amps
M.T. - Must-Trip Amps
PW - Part-Winding (Start)
RLA - Rated Load Amps
XL - Across-the-Line (Start)
102
208/230
575
460
208/230/460
208/230
575
460
208/230/460
208/230
575
460
208/230/460
208/230
575
460
208/230/460
06EA(2/5)50000
(2/5)50100
(2/5)50600
(2/5)50300
06EA(2/5)65000
(2/5)65100
(2/5)65600
(2/5)65300
06EA(2/5)75000
(2/5)75100
(2/5)75600
(2/5)75300
06EA(2/5)99000
(2/5)99100
(2/5)99600
(2/5)99300
5 4 .0
39.1
3 3 .6
2 5 .3
MAX
kW
40
30
25
20
HP
236
94
118
236/118
168
65
84
168/84
140
57
70
140/70
108
45
54
108/54
189
75
95
189/95
135
52
68
135/68
112
46
56
112/56
87
36
44
87/44
Maximum
Must Trip Maximum
RLA
Amps
SEE NOTE 1
690
276
345
690/345
506
176
253
506/253
446
164
223
446/223
345
120
173
345/173
LRAXL
414
165
207
414/207
304
106
152
304/152
268
98
134
268/134
207
72
104
207/104
LRA-PW
(first
winding)
SEE NOTE 2
0.15
1
0.58
0.15/0.07
0.22
1.3
0.9
0.22/0.11
0.27
1.6
1.1
0.27/0.14
0.32
2.2
1.3
0.32/0.16
91
33
42
91/42
M.H.
163
58
76
163/76
127
53
64
1 2 7 /6 4
104
38
49
104/49
M.T.
507
168
274
507/274
420
164
210
420/210
350
124
175
350/175
LRA
HH83XC537 187
215
636
XA551
74
85
236
XA550
92
106
295
XC537/XA550 187/92 215/106 636/295
HH83XC539 142
XA430
50
XA478
65
X C5 3 9 / X A 4 7 8 1 4 2 / 6 7
HH83XC509 110
XA469
46
XA426
55
XC509/XA426 110/55
HH83XB625
XA461
XA424
XB625/XA424
SEE NOTE 3
MOTOR
WINDING
RESISTANCE Recommended
Circuit Breaker
(Ohms)
Part No.
CIRCUIT BREAKER DATA
* The last two digits of the compressor model number may vary. See page 4. The fifth digit in ( ) of the compressor model number
represents models with or without oil. 0, 1, 2 signifies older models with oil; 3, 4, 5 signifies newer models without oil. See page 4.
VOLT
COMPRESSOR
MODEL*
COMPRESSOR MOTOR DATA
4.6 — 06EA, ET 3 Phase Electrical Specifications
153.6
6 0 .7
75.7
153.6/75.7
116.4
4 1 .4
54.3
116.4/54.3
90.7
37.9
4 5 .7
90.7/45.7
74.3
27.1
35
74.3/35
Recommended
RLA
SEE NOTE 4
103
MAXIMUM
254
529
661
460
230
NOMINAL VOLTAGE
208/230
460
575
400 (50 Hz)
200 (50 Hz)
187
414
518
342
180
MINIMUM
ALLOWABLE OPERATING RANGES
NOTES:
1. Compressor must-trip (M.T.) amps and RLA values are maximum figures.
2. LRA values for PW second winding = 1/2 the LRA -XL value.
3. 3-Pole XL circuit breakers shown, other 3-Pole XL alternates and 6-Pole PW breakers available. Terminal lugs for circuit breakers available in
package 06EA660152.
4. Recommended RLA value shown is determined by: circuit breaker must trip value ÷ 1.40. Use this recommended (and minimum) RLA value to
determine name plate stamping, minimum contactor sizing, and wire sizing. RECOMMENDED RLA FOR 06E COMPRESSORS EQUALS:
MUST-TRIP (M.T.) OF CARLYLE APPROVED OVERCURRENT DEVICE BEING USED ÷ 1.40
5. Compressor operating amps at any specific condition can only be determined from a performance curve.
6. Ohm values for resistance are approximate and shown for reference purposes only. Motors from different vendors and motors of different efficiencies
can differ up to 15% from data shown.
LEGEND:
LRA - Locked Rotor Amps
M.H. - Must Hold Amps
M.T. - Must-Trip Amps
PW - Part-Winding (Start)
RLA - Rated Load Amps
XL - Across-the-Line (Start)
104
9.18
12.8
16.5
06CC125J101
D101
G101
06CC228J101
D101
G101
06CC337J101
D101
G101
6.25
06CC018J101
D101
G101
9.18
6.25
06CC016J101
D101
G101
06CC124J101
D101
G101
MAX
kW
COMPRESSOR
MODEL
10
7.5
6.5
6.5
5
5
HP
575
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
575
208/230
460
VOLTS
18.8
46.5
23.3
16.7
41.6
20.9
13.2
33
16.5
13.2
33
16.5
10.8
27
13.5
10.8
27
13.5
MCC
12.1
29.8
14.9
10.2
26.7
13.4
8.5
21.2
10.6
8.5
21.2
10.6
6.9
17.3
8.7
6.9
17.3
8.7
RLA
91
228
114
79
198
99
64
160
80
64
160
80
40
100
50
40
100
50
LRA
ELECTRICAL DATA
COMPRESSOR MOTOR DATA
1.7
0.26
1.0
2 .0
0.31
1 .3
2 .6
0.42
1 .7
2 .6
0.42
1 .7
3.3
0.54
2.1
3.3
0.54
2 .1
MOTOR WINDING
RESISTANCE
(Ohms)
4.7 — 06CC (16 to 37 Cfm) 3 Phase Electrical Specifications
HN69GZ025
HN69GZ309
HN69GZ024
HN69GZ004
HN69GZ306
HN69GZ010
HN69GZ037
HN69GZ214
HN69GZ038
HN69GZ037
HN69GZ214
HN69GZ038
HN69GZ032
HN69GZ024
HN69GZ014
HN69GZ032
HN69GZ024
HN69GZ014
OVERLOAD
CARLYLE
PART NO.
8347A23-31
8347B23-11
8347A23-63
8347A23-19
8347B23-13
8347A23-29
8347A23-40
8348A23-9
8347A23-18
8347A23-40
8348A23-9
8347A23-18
8347A23-42
8347A23-63
8347A23-53
8347A23-42
8347A23-63
8347A23-53
PART NO.
T.I. NO.
105
MAXIMUM
254
529
661
460
230
NOMINAL VOLTAGE
208/230
460
575
400 (50 Hz)
200 (50 Hz)
187
414
518
342
180
MINIMUM
ALLOWABLE OPERATING RANGES
NOTES:
1. RLA (rated load amps) value shown for new high efficiency models is MCC ÷ 1.56 = RLA. Use this
recommended (and minimum) RLA value to determine nameplate stamping. Minimum contactor sizing and wire sizing.
2. Compressor operating amps at any specific conditions can only be determined from a performance curve.
3. RLA values for 06D compressor protected by a calibrated circuit breaker will depend on must-trip value of circuit breaker.
4. Ohm values shown for resistance are approximate and shown for reference only. Motors from different vendors and motors of different efficiencies
can differ up to 15% from data shown.
LEGEND
LRA - Locked Rotor Amps
MCC - Maxmium Continuous Current
RLA - Rated Load Amps
106
25.3
39.1
06CC899F201
460
899J201
575
899E201 208/230/460
25.3
06CC665F201
460
665J201
575
665E201 208/230/460
06CC675F201
460
675J201
575
675E201 208/230/460
22.0
VOLT
30
20
20
15
MAX
kW HP
06CC550F201
460
550J201
575
550E201 208/230/460
COMPRESSOR
MODEL
58
58
141/73
50
33
100/50
50
38
100/50
32
27
68/32
Maximum
Must Trip
Amps
SEE NOTE 1
253
176
506/253
173
120
345/173
173
120
345/173
142
98
283
LRA-XL
152
106
304
104
72
207
104
72
207
85
59
170
LRA-PW
(First
Winding)
SEE NOTE 2
COMPRESSOR MOTOR DATA
1.3
0.88
0.22/0.11
2.2
1.3
0.32/0.16
2.2
1.3
0.32/0.16
2.8
1.8
0.44/0.22
HH83XB432
XA430
XC406/XB432
HH83XB437
XA461
XB378/XB437
HH83XB437
XA461
XB376/XB437
63
50
122
43
34
77
43
33
73
27
23
59
M.H.
73
58
141
50
40
89
50
38
85
32
27
68
M.T.
240
168
464
176
120
365
176
124
333
145
86
245
L RA
CIRCUIT BREAKER DATA
HH83XB414
XB438
XB455/XB414
SEE NOTE 3
MOTOR
WINDING
RESISTANCE Recommended
Circuit Breaker
(Ohms)
Part No.
4.8 – 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) 3 Phase Electrical Specifications
52
41
1 01
36
29
64
36
27
61
23
19
49
Recommended
RLA
SEE NOTE 4
107
MAXIMUM
254
529
661
460
230
NOMINAL VOLTAGE
208/230
460
575
400 (50 Hz)
200 (50 Hz)
187
414
518
342
180
MINIMUM
ALLOWABLE OPERATING RANGES
NOTES:
1. Compressor must-trip (M.T.) amps and RLA values are maximum figures.
2. LRA values for PW second winding = 1/2 the LRA -XL value.
3. 3-Pole XL circuit breakers shown, other 3-Pole XL alternates and 6-Pole PW breakers available. Terminal lugs for circuit breakers available in
package 06EA660152.
4. Recommended RLA value shown is determined by: circuit breaker must trip value ÷ 1.40. Use this recommended (and minimum) RLA value to
determine name plate stamping, minimum contactor sizing, and wire sizing. RECOMMENDED RLA FOR 06CC COMPRESSORS EQUALS:
MUST-TRIP (M.T.) OF CARLYLE APPROVED OVERCURRENT DEVICE BEING USED ÷ 1.40.
5. Compressor operating amps at any specific condition can only be determined from a performance curve.
6. Ohm values for resistance are approximate and shown for reference purposes only. Motors from different vendors and motors of different efficiencies
can differ up to 15% from data shown.
LEGEND:
LRA - Locked Rotor Amps
MCC-Maximum Continuous Current
RLA-Rated Load Amps
4.9 — 06D Compressor Overloads*
(see 4.7, pg 104 for 06CC (16-37 cfm) overloads)
COMPRESSOR SIZE
VOLTAGE
CARLYLE NO.
T.I. NO.
REMARKS
06DR109
208/230-1-60
HN69GZ025
HN69GZ032
8347A23-31
8347A23-42
Common
start
06DM808
06DR013
208/230-1-60
HN69GZ024
HN69GZ014
8347A23-63
8347A23-53
Common
start
208/230-1-60
HN69GZ106
HN69GZ037
8348A7-4
8347A23-40
Common
start
208/230
HN69GZ007
8347A23-54
2 Required
460
HN69GZ015
8347A23-92
2 Required
575
HN69GZ011
8347A23-86
2 Required
06DM808
208/230
HN69GZ053
8347A23-19
2 Required
06DR013
460
HN69GZ012
8347A23-56
2 Required
575
HN69GZ012
8347A23-56
2 Required
208/230
HN69GZ024
8347A23-63
2 Required
460
HN69GZ014
8347A23-53
2 Required
575
HN69GZ032
8347A23-42
2 Required
06DA818
208/230
HN69GZ214
8348A17-9
2 Required
06DR820
460
HN69GZ038
8347A23-18
2 Required
06DR724 (25)
575
HN69GZ037
8347A23-40
2 Required
06DA824 (25)
208/230
HN69GZ306
8348B19-13
2 Required
06DR228
460
HN69GZ010
8347A23-29
2 Required
575
HN69GZ053
8347A23-19
2 Required
06DA328
208/230
HN69GZ309
8347A19-11
3 Required
06DM337
460
HN69GZ024
8347A23-63
2 Required
06DR337
575
HN69GZ025
8347A23-31
2 Required
208/230
HN69GZ214
8348A17-9
4 Required **
460
HN69GZ106
or HN69GZ307
8348A7-4
8348A19-4
2 Required
575
HN69GZ301
8347A30-69
2 Required
06DM313
06DM316
06DR316
06DR718
06DR109
06DM313
06DM316
06DR316
06DR718
06DA537
06DR541
* Based on new high efficiency (H.E.) extended voltage compressor models.
† Voltage is 3 Phase 60 cycle, unless noted as single-phase 60 cycle.
** Two overloads in parallel in legs 1 and 3.
NOTE: Most 06D compressors have internal thermostat installed in motor and wire across terminals 8 and 9 at the
terminal block. It trips (opens) control circuit at 221°F (105°C) and resets at 181°F (83°C)
108
4.10 — Electrical Hook-Up
Consult wiring diagram located inside compressor
terminal box cover and reference diagrams shown below
for wiring hook-up connection locations. See 3.31, pg 88
for Terminal Box Packages.
L1
L2
T1
T2
Compressor Terminal Box
4
R/1
7
OL-2
Start
3
S/3
R
06D
Single
Phase
1
2
S
C/2
N/C
internal ‘stat
inside motor
1
4
8
OL-1
Common
3
2
Run
Capacitor
2
5
Start
Capacitor
Start
Relay
1
06D Single Phase Wiring
Control Wiring
Power Wiring
SINGLE PHASE INTERNAL THERMOSTAT
06D
Three
Phase
* 3rd overload required on some compressors. See 4.9 06D compressor overloads.
Three Phase Across-the-Line Start
Internal Thermostat
109
06E COMPRESSORS
(ACROSS-THE-LINE [XL] START)
See Fig.17, page 111, for detailed view of
terminal post arrangement.
110
06E COMPRESSORS
(PART WINDING START)
Fig. 17 – Terminal Post
Arrangement, Detail View (06E
and 06CC 50 to 99 Cfm)
See page 61 for
torques of jam nuts
111
4.11 — Voltage and Current Unbalance
VOLTAGE UNBALANCE (Maximum 2%)
Voltage unbalance can cause motors to overheat and fail.
Below is the recommended method for determining
voltage unbalance.
Example: Supply voltage is 240-3-60
AB = 243 volts
BC = 236 volts
AC = 238 volts
243 + 236 + 238
3
= 717
3
= 239 volts
Average Voltage =
Determine maximum deviation from average voltage:
(AB) 243 – 239 = 4 volts
(BC) 239 – 236 = 3 volts
(AC) 239 – 238 = 1 volt
Maximum deviation is 4 volts.
Determine % voltage unbalance:
% Voltage unbalance = 100 x 4
239
= 1.7%
This amount of phase unbalance is satisfactory as it is
below the maximum allowable of 2%.
IMPORTANT: If the supply voltage phase unbalance
is more than 2%, contact your local electric utility
company immediately.
112
CURRENT UNBALANCE (Maximum 10%)
Voltage unbalance will cause a current unbalance, but a
current unbalance does not necessarily mean that a
voltage unbalance exists. A loose terminal connection or
a build-up of dirt or carbon on one set of contacts (using
the example of L1 as the problem leg) would cause a
higher resistance on that leg (L1) than on L2 and L3. The
current follows the path of least resistance, so the current
increases in legs L2 and L3. Higher current causes more
heat to be generated in the motor windings.
Percent (%) of current unbalance is calculated in the
same way as voltage unbalance (see the previous
section), with a maximum acceptable current unbalance
of 10%.
5.0 COMPRESSOR SERVICE WORKSHEETS
Carlyle recommends that the Compressor Service
Worksheets (pages 114 and 115) be copied (and enlarged, if
preferred) and filled out for each compressor at initial startup and each time the compressor is serviced. Comparing the
data from current worksheets to past records will allow the
service technician to diagnose system changes and prevent
compressor failures. This information is also very useful in
preventing a repeat failure.
113
06D, 06E Compressor Service Worksheet
Mechanic:____________________
Date: ________________
From Compressor Nameplate:
Model No.: _________________________________________
Serial No.: _________________________________________
Motor No.: _________________________________________
Voltage: ___________________________________________
Allow compressor to run for 30 minutes, then obtain the pressures and
body temperature at the locations shown below. Check for proper oil
return in sight glass.
PH
1φ
COMPRESSOR VOLTAGE/AMP VALUES
VOLTAGE
CURRENT
C-R:___________________
C:___________________
C-S:___________________
R:___________________
R-S:___________________
S:___________________
L1-L2:_________________
L1-L3:_________________
L2-L3:_________________
3φ
L7-L8:_________________
L7-L9:_________________
L8-L9:_________________
L1:__________________
L2:__________________
L3:__________________
PART WINDING
L7:__________________
L8:__________________
L9:__________________
Make copies of this worksheet to record data at initial start-up and whenever the compressor is serviced.
LEGEND: C - Common R - Run S - Start
114
06CC Compressor Service Worksheet
Mechanic:____________________
Date: ________________
From Compressor Nameplate:
Model No.: _________________________________________
Serial No.: _________________________________________
Motor No.: _________________________________________
Voltage: ___________________________________________
Allow compressor to run for 30 minutes, then obtain the pressures and
body temperature at the locations shown below. Check for proper oil
return in sight glass.
See Compressor Operating Limits, page 19.
PH
1φ
COMPRESSOR VOLTAGE/AMP VALUES
VOLTAGE
CURRENT
C-R:___________________
C:___________________
C-S:___________________
R:___________________
R-S:___________________
S:___________________
L1-L2:_________________
L1-L3:_________________
L2-L3:_________________
3φ
L7-L8:_________________
L7-L9:_________________
L8-L9:_________________
L1:__________________
L2:__________________
L3:__________________
PART WINDING
L7:__________________
L8:__________________
L9:__________________
Make copies of this worksheet to record data at initial start-up and whenever the compressor is serviced.
LEGEND: C - Common R - Run S - Start
115
Service Guide Index
Page
06CC (16 to 37 CFM) 3 Phase Electrical Specifications ................................... 104
06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) 3 Phase Electrical Specifications .................................... 106
06CC (16 to 37 Cfm) Torque Guide .................................................................... 60
06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) Torque Guide .................................................................... 61
06CC Compressor 16 to 37 Cfm Model, Connection Points — Motor End ........ 51
06CC Compressor 16 to 37 Cfm Model, Connection Points — Pump End ........ 50
06CC Compressor 50 to 99 Cfm Model, Connection Points — Motor End ........ 53
06CC Compressor 50 to 99 Cfm Model, Connection Points — Pump End ........ 52
06CC Compressor Model Numbers ...................................................................... 5
06CC Compressors — Physical Data ................................................................. 66
06CC Service Worksheet .................................................................................. 115
06D 2-Cylinder Compressor, Connection Points ................................................ 44
06D 4-Cylinder Compressor (13 and 16 Cfm), Connection Points ..................... 45
06D 4-Cylinder Compressor (18 and 20 Cfm), Connection Points ..................... 46
06D 6-Cylinder Compressor (24, 25, 28, 37 and 41 Cfm), Connection Points ... 47
06D 6-Cylinder Compressor, Exploded View ...................................................... 56
06D Compressor, Cross-Sectional View ............................................................. 54
06D Compressor Model Numbers ........................................................................ 3
06D Compressor Overloads ............................................................................. 108
06D Compressors — Physical Data ................................................................... 62
06D Compressors — Torque Guide .................................................................... 60
06D, E Service Worksheet ................................................................................ 114
06DM, DA 3 Phase Electrical Specifications ....................................................... 94
06DR 3 Phase Electrical Specifications .............................................................. 92
06DR, DM Single-Phase Electrical Specifications .............................................. 96
06E 4-Cylinder Compressor (50 and old 66 Cfm), Connection Points ................ 48
06E 6-Cylinder Compressor (65, 75, 99 Cfm), Connection Points ..................... 49
06E 6-Cylinder Compressor, Exploded View ...................................................... 58
06E Compressor, Cross-Sectional View ............................................................. 55
06E Compressor Model Numbers ......................................................................... 4
116
06E Compressors — Physical Data .................................................................... 64
06E Compressors — Torque Guide .................................................................... 61
06EA, ET 3 Phase Electrical Specifications ...................................................... 102
06ER, EY 3 Phase Electrical Specifications ....................................................... 98
06EM, EZ 3 Phase Electrical Specifications ..................................................... 100
Additives, Oil ....................................................................................................... 73
Alkylbenzene Oil, Use with CFC, HCFC, and HCFC Blends .............................. 69
Baffle Plates ........................................................................................................ 89
Bearing Head (Oil Pump), Replacement Procedures ......................................... 38
Bearing Head, High Flow Oil Pump .................................................................... 74
Bearing Head, Pump End ................................................................................... 39
Bearing Head, Replacement ............................................................................... 38
Billing and Credit ................................................................................................. 10
Capacity Control Unloading Accessory Packages .............................................. 78
Capacity Control Coil Packages ......................................................................... 80
CFCs, Approved for Use ..................................................................................... 69
Cfm Designation ................................................................................................... 5
Change Out Procedures, Oil & Refrigerant ......................................................... 72
Clean-Up ............................................................................................................. 42
Compressor Isolation .......................................................................................... 21
Compressor Model Number Significance ............................................................. 3
Compressor Mounting Data ................................................................................ 82
Compressor Problems — see “Troubleshooting” ................................................ 20
Compressor Weight ............................................................................................ 63
Compressors without Oil ..................................................................................... 68
Connection Points, 06CC 16 to 37 Cfm Models ........................................... 50, 51
Connection Points, 06CC 50 to 99 Cfm Models ........................................... 52, 53
Connection Points, 06D 2-Cylinder Models ........................................................ 44
Connection Points, 06D 4-Cylinder Models .................................................. 45, 46
Connection Points, 06D 6-Cylinder Models ........................................................ 47
Connection Points, 06E 4-Cylinder Models ........................................................ 48
Connection Points, 06E 6-Cylinder Models ........................................................ 49
Crankcase Heaters ............................................................................................. 81
117
Current Unbalance ............................................................................................ 113
Cycling, Continuous — Typical Causes .............................................................. 23
Cycling, Intermittent — Typical Causes .............................................................. 23
Cylinder Head, Blown ......................................................................................... 23
Cylinder Head Cooling Fans ............................................................................... 77
Cylinder Head Disassembly ................................................................................ 33
Cylinder Head Gasket — Failure Causes ........................................................... 23
Cylinder Head Gaskets ....................................................................................... 84
Cylinder Head Reassembly ................................................................................ 36
Discharge Gas Temperature Sensor ................................................................... 76
Electrical Hookup, 06D Compressors – Barrel Nut Tool ..................................... 85
Electrical Hookup, 06D Compressors ............................................................... 109
Electrical Hookup, 06E Compressors — Across-the-Line Start ........................ 110
Electrical Hookup, 06E Compressors — Part Winding Start ........................... 111
Electrical Specifications ...................................................................................... 92
Electrical, Terminal Box Package ........................................................................ 88
Flooding — Typical Causes ................................................................................ 24
Gasket, Terminal Plate ........................................................................................ 85
Gaskets, Compound Compressor Manifold ........................................................ 84
Gaskets, Cylinder Head and Valve Plates .......................................................... 84
Gasket, Sensor Block ......................................................................................... 85
Gaskets, Service Valves ..................................................................................... 82
Gaskets, Leak Testing ......................................................................................... 32
Green Carpet Program ....................................................................................... 10
HCFC Blends, Approved for Use ........................................................................ 70
HCFCs, Approved for Use .................................................................................. 69
Heaters, Crankcase ............................................................................................ 81
Help — Where to Get More .................................................................................. 1
HFCs, Approved for Use ..................................................................................... 71
High Efficiency Compressors, 06D, E ................................................................. 68
Insertion Heaters ................................................................................................. 81
Interstage Pressure Tables (06CC) ..................................................................... 89
Jumper Plate Packages Connection ........................................................... 88, 110
118
Locked Rotor, Cycling On — Typical Causes ..................................................... 27
Low Compressor Capacity .................................................................................. 22
Metric Conversions and Measurements ............................................................... 5
Mineral Oils, To Use With CFC and HCFC Refrigerants ..................................... 69
Model Number .................................................................................................. 3, 6
Motor Burnout ..................................................................................................... 27
Motor Barrel Interconnection ............................................................................... 13
Motor End Mounting Foot ................................................................................... 83
Motor Burnout — Clean-up Procedure ............................................................... 42
Motor Protection Tripping — Typical Causes ...................................................... 26
Mounting Data, Compressor ............................................................................... 82
Mounting Plate, Compressors ............................................................................. 82
Mufflers ............................................................................................................... 87
Nameplate Significance ........................................................................................ 6
OEM ...................................................................................................................... 9
Oil & Refrigerant Change Out Procedures .......................................................... 72
Oil Additives ........................................................................................................ 73
Oil Charge ........................................................................................................... 63
Oil Control — Parallel Compressor Applications ........................................... 13, 28
Oil Control — Motor Barrel Interconnections ...................................................... 13
Oil Drain Plug Adapter ........................................................................................ 83
Oil Level in Sight Glass ....................................................................................... 12
Oil Operating Levels ........................................................................................... 12
Oil Pressure ........................................................................................................ 73
Oil Pressure Problems — Typical Causes .......................................................... 26
Oil Pump – See Bearing Head
Oil Safety Switch ................................................................................................. 75
Oil Viscosity and Pour Points .............................................................................. 72
Oils, Approved for Use ........................................................................................ 69
Operating Limits, Typical — 06CC ...................................................................... 19
Operating Limits, Typical — 06D, E .................................................................... 18
Overloads for 06D Compressors ...................................................................... 108
Overloads – 06CC Compressors (16-37 cfm) ................................................... 104
119
Parallel Compressor Applications, Oil Control .................................................... 28
Parts Identification — 06D Compressor, Exploded View .................................... 56
Parts Identification — 06E Compressor, Exploded View .................................... 58
Physical Data — 06CC Compressors ................................................................. 66
Physical Data — 06D Compressors ................................................................... 62
Physical Data — 06E Compressors .................................................................... 64
Pipe Rattles — Typical Causes ........................................................................... 25
Piston, Suction Valve, and Backer Positions ...................................................... 36
POE Oils, To Use with HFC Refrigerants ............................................................ 71
Pump End Bearing Head .................................................................................... 39
Pre Start-Up Procedures ..................................................................................... 12
Rated Load Amps (RLA) ..................................................................................... 92
Refrigerant and Oil Change-Out Procedures ...................................................... 72
Refrigerants and Oils for 06CC Compressors .................................................... 72
Refrigerants and Oils for 06D, E Compressors ................................................... 69
Serial Number ....................................................................................................... 8
Service Billing ..................................................................................................... 10
Service Procedures ............................................................................................. 32
Service Procedures — Bearing Head (Oil Pump) ............................................... 38
Service Procedures — Cylinder Head and Valve Plate Assembly ...................... 32
Service Procedures — Motor Burnout Clean Up ................................................ 42
Service Valve Gaskets ........................................................................................ 82
Service Valves .................................................................................................... 82
Service Worksheet, 06CC ................................................................................. 115
Service Worksheet, 06D, E ............................................................................... 114
Sight Glass Adapters — Oil Equalization ............................................................ 83
Sight Glass, Oil Level .......................................................................................... 12
Sight Glass Replacement — Installation Tool ..................................................... 83
Special Order Number .......................................................................................... 7
Start-Up — Before Starting ................................................................................. 12
Start-Up — Recommended Procedures ............................................................. 11
Start-Up, Compressor ......................................................................................... 16
Start-Up, Troubleshooting and Service ............................................................... 10
120
Start-Up, Will Not Start ........................................................................................ 22
Strap-On Heaters ................................................................................................ 81
Suction Cut-Off Control ....................................................................................... 78
Suction Valve ...................................................................................................... 36
Technical Assistance, OEM ................................................................................. 10
Technical Assistance, To Get ................................................................................ 1
Terminal Box Package ........................................................................................ 88
Terminal Lug Package ........................................................................................ 88
Terminal Plate Gasket ......................................................................................... 85
Terminal Plate Jumper Bars, 06E ....................................................................... 88
Terminal Posts .................................................................................................. 111
Torque Guide — All 06D and 16 to 37 Cfm 06CC ............................................... 60
Torque Guide — 06E and 06CC (50 to 99 Cfm) Compressors ........................... 61
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................... 20
Troubleshooting — 06CC Desuperheater Connection Hot ................................. 31
Troubleshooting — 06CC Discharge Pressure = Intermediate Pressure ........... 31
Troubleshooting — 06CC Economizer Connection Hot ...................................... 31
Troubleshooting — 06CC High Midstage Pressure ............................................ 31
Troubleshooting — 06CC Intermediate Pressure = Discharge Pressure ........... 31
Troubleshooting — 06CC Low Midstage Pressure ............................................. 31
Troubleshooting — Cannot Pull Down ................................................................ 22
Troubleshooting — Compressor Isolation Procedures ....................................... 21
Troubleshooting — Cycling, Continuous ............................................................. 23
Troubleshooting — Cycling, Intermittent ............................................................. 23
Troubleshooting — Cylinder Head Gasket .......................................................... 23
Troubleshooting — Desuperheater Connection Hot, 06CC ................................ 31
Troubleshooting — Discharge Temperature Sensor ........................................... 26
Troubleshooting — Economizer Connection Hot, 06CC ..................................... 31
Troubleshooting — Flooding ............................................................................... 24
Troubleshooting — Locked Rotor, Cycling On .................................................... 27
Troubleshooting — Low Discharge Pressure ..................................................... 24
Troubleshooting — High Midstage Pressure, 06CC ........................................... 31
Troubleshooting — Low Midstage Pressure, 06CC ............................................ 31
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Troubleshooting — Low On Capacity ................................................................. 22
Troubleshooting — Low or No Oil Pressure ....................................................... 26
Troubleshooting — Low Suction Pressure .......................................................... 24
Troubleshooting — Motor Burnout ...................................................................... 27
Troubleshooting — Motor Protection Tripping .................................................... 26
Troubleshooting — No Oil Pressure ................................................................... 26
Troubleshooting — Noisy Compressor ............................................................... 25
Troubleshooting — Oil Safety Switch Tripping .................................................... 30
Troubleshooting — Parallel Systems .................................................................. 28
Troubleshooting — Pipe Rattle ........................................................................... 25
Troubleshooting — Running Hot ......................................................................... 29
Troubleshooting — Sight Glass, Low or Empty .................................................. 30
Troubleshooting — Starting Problems ................................................................ 22
Troubleshooting — Valve Plates .......................................................................... 23
Troubleshooting — Will Not Start ........................................................................ 22
Troubleshooting Guide ........................................................................................ 22
Unloading — Capacity Control ............................................................................ 78
Valve Plate Gaskets ............................................................................................ 84
Valve Plate Gaskets, Blown ................................................................................ 23
Valve Plate Disassembly ..................................................................................... 33
Valve Plate Packages ......................................................................................... 86
Valve Plates — Failure Causes .......................................................................... 23
Valve Plates — Replacement Procedures .......................................................... 32
Valve Plates — Leak Testing ............................................................................... 32
Voltage Unbalance ............................................................................................ 112
Warranty ................................................................................................................ 9
Weight, Compressor ........................................................................................... 63
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