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Welcome to Visit the Biggest Air Conditioning Exhibition in China!

jennywang on Wed January 02, 2008 3:52 AM User is offline

Year: 2008
Make:
Country of Origin: China

The 5th Guangzhou International Automotive Air-conditioning & Cold Chain Technology Exhibition China 2008 will be held on 2008.3.13--15.This is the biggest AC exhibition in China. Concurrently with The Conference on International Exchange of Automotive Air-conditioning & Cold Chain Technology 2008, Guangzhou International Auto Parts & After-market Trade Fair(Spring Session) 2008 .It's a good chance for to take part in it and be the visitors.
Sincerely welcome !

The important purchase meeting on auto parts for Global automotive manufacturers,
The common choice of 600 well-known automotive air-conditioning manufacturers.


Contact:
Guangzhou Best Exhibition Co., Ltd.
Address: Room 302 Flat B, Lianming Trade Center, No.20 Song Bai Dong Street,
510405 Guangzhou, China
Tel: 0086-20-62634802 0086-15989187128 Fax: 0086-20-8637 4257
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.84t.cn/kt
MSN: [email protected]
Contact person: jenny

NickD on Wed January 02, 2008 12:07 PM User is offline

Everyone is welcomed? Sounds exciting and Guangzhou, China is on the map, that is a good start. Not sure about Your website., unfortunately, I was not educated in your country.

Thinking I could hitchhike my way up to Alaska, but would have to find a boat to cross over into Kytrytkyn, Russia, even though global warming was just reported this past year, it actually was occurring for the last 13,000 years, so I can no longer walk across, would need a boat. From Kytrytkyn, Russia, could just work my way down to Guangzhou.

Would there be any employment opportunities at your convention? Maybe I can get my old job back and teach you are to make quality products. Can't do that here in the USA. LOL, if you can't fight them, join them. I do like Chinese food.

ice-n-tropics on Wed January 02, 2008 1:14 PM User is offline

Nick,
Got Chicago brain freeze? Hit the English language tab in the upper right corner. You can see scrolling pictures. The long haired beauty is probably Jenny our host.
Jenny,
Who are the automotive compressor manufacturers that exhibit? Is shanghai Sanden Behr Automotive Air conditioning Co. LTD (3 way joint venture companies) one of the participating exhibitors?
The press release on Zhejiany Science & Technology Co. LTD oil-less scroll compressor is pretty interesting because I predicted this a short time back on this A/C forum. Is it for automobiles?
Cordially,
Old IV guy

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NickD on Thu January 03, 2008 8:06 AM User is offline

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Got Chicago brain freeze?

Naw, it's a sweltering -4*F here, clicked on the ticket icon, mostly Chinese and lacked detail to the qualifications and price if any.

Son is interested in buying an air compressor, looked around a bit, the best and most expensive air compressors are still aluminum pistons with steel rings running in a cast iron housing using standard HP ratings. I purchased one like that new in 1965, use it practically everyday, and here it is 2008 and it still is working strong.

They use to make MVAC compressors that way. So what is the big deal about compressors besides how they are made? Still have to compress a gas into a smaller volume and that take energy, regardless of whether you are using rotary, vanes, or pistons to do the job. Not sure about oil less, the do make air compressors that way today, and they are crap. some kind of diaphragm that wobbles back and forth and shortly goes to hell. Not sure about the technology of the compressor you are talking about. Okay, I am still using stone wheels on my vehicles and not exactly up to date.

For efficiency, seems like a gas that is much easier to compress would make a lot more difference than the method of compressing it. And what you are pumping that gas into, if pumping it into a red hot condenser as oppose to one that is at brain freezing temperatures, that would make a much larger difference than the technology of what is used to compress that gas.

For life, strictly a question of the materials used in manufacture, stainless steel is more durable than chit. Adding oil to a system for lubrication is not really a big deal, it should only be done once, but if they are going to use such things as cheap compressor seals, O-rings, and evaporators made out of low grade aluminum alloys, it is not going to stay in there. But it never was a good idea for the oil to share the refrigerant circuit, somebody noted that oil does not cool and it doesn't have to be done that way.

Finally for how hard the AC system has to work, if you turn off the ignition and five seconds later the interior of the vehicle raises from 70 to 180*F, that gives a slight hint that your AC system has to work very very hard. That aspect is entirely overlooked.

HECAT on Thu January 03, 2008 9:46 AM User is offline

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Originally posted by: ice-n-tropics

The press release on Zhejiany Science & Technology Co. LTD oil-less scroll compressor is pretty interesting because I predicted this a short time back on this A/C forum. Is it for automobiles?

Yeah, but I like your design better. Does this one use grits?



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NickD on Thu January 03, 2008 2:32 PM User is offline

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Yeah, but I like your design better. Does this one use grits?

Knew a used car guy that put oatmeal in rear ends and transmission to quiet them down, guess grits would work too. Would that also work in an AC system?

I am one yankee that loves grits with sunny side up eggs, can't get that up here and if you ask for them in a restaurant, they think you are nuts. The good old south.

69Sixpackbee on Thu January 03, 2008 6:58 PM User is offline

Personally, I would have a problem staying in a flat on "Dong" street. Oh, BTW, Denny's serves grits. I'm a so. Cal boy who eats 'em regularly so it is not just a southern thang, y'all!

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