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International Harvester made refrigerators too!
I just got done with this pet project. This unit was built in the 1950's and boy is it built! The outside and inside shell is made of ceramic coated steel. The old Techumseh compressed developed a leak in the terminals so I retired it and converted to 134A. Everything seems to be running onky-doory but I'm not exactly sure how hot a static comp. should get. Right now the top temp I recorded on the housing was 145* . Amp draw is .2 lower than spec. Designed the evaporator temp to -5* Condenser temp is 115*. Superheat is 50* Condenser is static with vertical loops. Have saturated liquid entering th cap tube. The evaporator is static and wraps around an icebox in the top of the fridge. The rest of the fridge is cooled by convection, air flows up around the exterior of the ice box. The interior surface of the ice box is temping an even 2.5* . The interior walls of the fridge are temping 35* to 40*. I switched from a 1/8 hp to a 1/5 hp compresser.
Google Irma Harding Refrigerators to see more of these beauties and all of the old advertisements!
What are your thoughts guys?