Ceramic Bobbin Heater with Coil

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APPLICATION - Offering a large surface area to heat liquids or semi-solid materials such as water, oil, wax, fats, and bitumen. 

 

CONSTRUCTION - Ceramic link bobbins in either single or 3 phase connections. Thermowell sheath material ranges from nickel plated mild steel, copper, nickel plated copper to stainless steel.

 

TEMPERATURE RANGE - 0 to 250 oC

 

VERSATILITY - This type of heating unit gives simple, low cost installation.

 

CLEAN & ENERGY EFFICIENT - Electric heating is the cleanest non polluting form of heat available today. Energy efficient due 100% of the heat is generated within the solution.

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Wow. That's a lot of work and parts. Start with the compressor, which is expensive for an average car, plus condenser, high and low pressure valves, hoses, lines, sensors, expansion valve, and the relay system which will need to be wired into your existing fuse system, which may have to be replaced as well. He'll have to use new parts because old parts from junk cars will have dry rot and corrosion, plus it's not good for AC systems to sit for long periods with no pressure or oil inside.
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Two things seem likely. 1. You've created a short circuit somewhere 2. Your mod is trying to draw more current than your power supply can provide
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A fuse's purpose is to protect the electrical source of the head unit. If too much current goes through a fuse, it blows but saves other electrical components from damage.
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Fan motor could be effected by a fruse/relay. If you have this working but still no cold air then you need to recharge your system.
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go to a shop and have them see what the problem is by checking the computer
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have you looked at the owners manual ? how about the manufacturers website ?
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Q:Big problem with my trucks wiring?
My first thought would be that you don't have a high enough rated fuse plugged in. I know they're color-coded AND stamped with the amp ratingbut are you sure it's the right one? Have you gone up a size to see if that helps? If you have a short, going from a 10- to 15-amp fuse, for instance, won't really run the risk of damage—it'll still blow. If you're confident about the rating or going up a notch doesn't help, you might have to disconnect everything on that circuit and plug the components in one-at-a-time until you find what blows the fuse. Once you have a suspect, pop in a new fuse and plug in just that one thing. If it blows again with nothing else on, you know where your problem is. Good luck!
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1. Manufacturer Overview

Location Jiangsu,China (Mainland)
Year Established 1999
Annual Output Value US$1 Million - US$2.5 Million
Main Markets North America; South America; Eastern Europe; Southeast Asia; Africa; Oceania; Mid East; Eastern Asia
Company Certifications GB/T19001-2000/ISO9001:2000Standard

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a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port Shanghai
Export Percentage 91% - 100%
No.of Employees in Trade Department 3-5 People
Language Spoken: English, Chinese
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Factory Size: 3,000-5,000 square meters
No. of Production Lines 7
Contract Manufacturing OEM Service Offered; Design Service Offered; Buyer Label Offered
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