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Refrigerated Containers
Technical criteria to be applied to refrigerated containers are the same as any other
Florens’ equipment, i.e. prevailing IICL standard and Florens depot procedure. Components
requiring special attention are:

Machinery

Pre / Post Trip Inspection


• The cost for performing the Post Trip Inspection must be priced on the repair estimate.
Please consult with your local Florens Operations representative before assigning cost responsibility
to Lessor or Lessee.

• A Florens Pre / Post Trip Inspection Schedule form must be completed at the time of
Pre or Post Trip (Depots are required to use the Florens form or an alternative form that includes
all the elements of the Florens’ form. Please see Florens’ Pre / Post Trip Inspection
Schedule – attachment “A”). The completed form is to be retained by the depot as a
permanent record. The content of the information on the form should be same or more than the
Form in attachment A.

Temperature Recorder

Missing or damaged Winding Keys are not to be replaced.

Example: Missing Partlow key and string requires no rectification.


Action: Do not replace.
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Repairs on Partlow
Florens may decide not to repair some components of the Partlow device in the reefer machinery hav-
ing Microlink 2ii and above models with data logger.

When Florens elects not to repair such components, the depots will be notified. In these instances,
please follow the procedure outlined below and place a “non-operational” partlow decal (supplied by
Florens) on the door of the partlow box.

NOTE: IN ALL INSTANCES PARTLOW DOOR MUST BE FUNCTIONAL AND WATER-


TIGHT.

Depots should continue to estimate partlow repairs as usual regardless of the damage re-
sponsibility (User, DPP or NWT).

Place non operational partlow


decal when Florens notifies
that partlow will not be re-
paired.

Place “non operational” partlow decal on the door of the partlow box upon
instructions from Florens that the partlow should not be repaired.
Note: IN ALL INSTANCES PARTLOW DOOR MUST BE FUNCTIONAL AND WATERTIGHT.
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Repairs on Partlow

Place the above “non-operational” decal supplied by Florens on the partlow door
when Florens instruction states that partlow must not be repaired.
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Machinery

Cables / Plugs

• Missing 230 volt plugs are not to be replaced (230 volt cable must meet IICL requirements).
• Replacement or installa-
tion of (1) cable voltage indicator sleeve is necessary if both
cables are the same color and both indicator sleeves are missing or illegible.
• A maximum of 2 proper splices per cable is permitted.

Damaged Cable Stowage doors, door hinges and latches are not to be repaired/replaced.
If the functionality is compromised, remove the door.

Damaged door, hinges, or latch


Remove door

Example: Damaged Cable stowage door, door hinges, or door latch.


Action: Remove door on lessee account. No other repair is required.
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Damaged 230V cable


Repair is required

Example: 230 volt cable is damaged.


Action: replace/repair cable
Note: when 230 volt plug is missing, no replacement is required.

Missing cable indicator


sleeve
Repair is not required if
cables are of different
colors

Example: Missing cable indicator sleeve.


Action: If 430 volt and 230 volt cables are of different colors,
do not install sleeve.
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Microprocessor

• Damaged Battery Pack housings are to be replaced on lessee account.


Discharged batteries are to be replaced at Florens account. Missing batteries are to be replaced on
lessee account.

• Disconnect the ground wire when welding on the machine or container


(This cost is included in the Post Trip inspection fee and is not to be billed separately).

Component Refurbishment

• Compressor refurbishment is to be estimated when surface corrosion affects 75% or


more of the component.

Valve and coil housings are not to be refurbished if they are operational and functional.

Surface corrosion less than 75%


Repair is not required

Example: Surface corrosion on less than 75% of the component.


Action: Refurbishment is not required.
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More than 75% corroded


Refurbishment is required
Example: Corrosion on more than 75% of the component.
Action: Refurbishment: is required.

Surface corrosion less than 75% of


the component
Repair is not required
Example: Less than 75% of surface corrosion on the component.
Action: Do not refurbish.
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Procedure for abrasive cleaning and painting


corroded compressor

Compressor must exhibit approximately 75% surface rust/corrosion before abrasive cleaning
and painting repair is done on it. Please refer to the Florens’ Technical and Operations Man-
ual, section 8 pages 4 and 5 for guidance in selecting a candidate for this type of repair.

Preferred method of cleaning is to use the needle gun to abrasive clean the
surface rust and flaking paint. Other mechanical method of cleaning, such as
wire brushing is acceptable as long as the surface rust is removed properly.
DO NOT REMOVE THE COMPRESSOR FROM THE UNIT. Clean
and paint as much of the surface area as possible without removing the com-
pressor.
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Procedure for abrasive cleaning and painting


corroded compressor

Use hand tool to clean crevices, and wire brush the entire compres-
sor to obtain correct surface preparation for paint application.

As a final step before paint application, using the blower, air clean the
entire compressor. No dust or paint flakes should remain on the
compressor.
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Procedure for abrasive cleaning and painting


corroded compressor

Before applying the paint, mask all the adjacent areas including hoses,
valve cap, sight glass and compressor ID plate. In accordance with the
paint manufacture’s recommendations:
1) Apply the Prime Coat (Hempadur 15570 WFT 200 DFT 100)
2) Apply the Intermediate Coat (Hempadur 45142 WFT 250 DFT 150)
3) Apply the Top Coat (Hempathane 55210 WFT 100 DFT 50

After following the paint supplier’s recommendation for the paint


curing time, remove the masking tapes.
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No repair is required if functional
Valve coil with surface corrosion

Example: Valve coil with surface corrosion.


Action: If it is functional, do not refurbish.

Use of Remanufactured Components

The use of certain remanufactured electrical and mechanical components is allowed and
often encouraged by Florens. Contact your local Florens Operations representative for
details relating to specific remanufactured components and approved dealers.
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No repair is required if functional
Valve coil with surface corrosion

Example: Valve coil with surface corrosion.


Action: If it is functional, do not refurbish.

Use of Remanufactured Components

The use of certain remanufactured electrical and mechanical components is allowed and
often encouraged by Florens. Contact your local Florens Operations representative for
details relating to specific remanufactured components and approved dealers.
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Machine Handles
Missing or damaged handle assembly on the machine do not require repair or replacement.

Handle assembly on reefer machinery.

Example: Missing handle on the machinery.


Action: Do not replace the handle.
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Refrigerated Containers Addendum June 2008

Battery Replacement for Carrier Machinery

Example: Carrier battery pack-30-0047-02SV, damaged, missing, or


discharged
Action: Damaged. Missing, or discharged battery pack should not be
replaced.

Note: Missing battery pack should be charged to user account in the


following situation:

• User required battery pack at the time of on-hire and kept the unit
on lease for less than two years, in which case Florens will notify
the depot accordingly.
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Reefer— Condenser Coils


Fin corrosion or damage that exposes refrigerant tubing should be evaluated on a case by case
basis. The general guideline to decide to replace the condenser coil due to the loss of fins
which has exposed the refrigerant tubing is the rise on compressor discharge pressure. If the
discharge pressure stated in the manual for the specific make and model is outside the normal
operating band, and the air flow is not obstructed due to debris or damage, replace the con-
denser coil.

When replacing condenser coil for Carrier machinery, the following guideline should be ap-
plied:

1) For units that are 6 years and older, replace condenser coil with Economy coil 69NT43-
202-20. This applies regardless of who is responsible for the replacement—Lessee or
Lessor.
2) For units that are less than 6 years, replace the coil with OEM product—69NT 43-202-
10SV.

At off-hire, condenser coil should be checked visually for obstruction, marine growth, and
damage. Any presence of salt sediment or debris blocking the condenser fins should be re-
moved by water wash using standard tap water pressure. Do not pressure wash condenser coil.

Condition:
Debris over coil fins.
Action: Water wash using standard tap water pressure.
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Reefer— Condenser Coils

Condition: Condenser fin corrosion


Action: The extent of corrosion shown in the example above does not re-
quire replacement.

Condition: Condenser fin corroded and the internal tubing is exposed.


Action: Measure discharge pressure when the container passes thru the
rating temp. If the discharge pressure is within the tolerance, no action
is required.
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Reefer— Condenser Coils

Condition: Obstructed and blocked coil fins. There is salt


collection and the protective coating is failing. The fins
bend easily but do not break.
Action: Water wash under standard tap water pressure under
Florens account.

Condition: The degree of the corrosion of the coil fin above


does not require replacement. The fins are scrapped and bent due
to physical corrosion testing. Visual testing is Preferred.
Action: No action is required.
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Reefer— Condenser Coils

Condition: Blocked condenser coil fins. No tubing is exposed.


Action: After visual inspection, water wash using standard tap pressure on
Florens’ account.

Condition: Damage to the fins.


Action: No repair is required on minor fin damage as illustrated above.
Excessive damage that restricts airflow or reduce cooling capacity may
be repaired using fin combs.
Note: Damage to the tubing is not to be repaired by sectioning. If a tube
is dented by more than 45%, replace the coil on lessee account.
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Reefer— Condenser Coils

Condition: Exposed tubing and corroded condenser fins.


Action: Replace condenser coil on Florens’ account.

Condition: Deeply corroded condenser fins. A slight scrapping or water


wash will expose the tubing.
Action: Replace condenser coil.
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Refrigerated Containers

Pre / Post Trip Inspection Form (Attachment—A)


Unit Number Mechanic Name
Model # Cooling Unit Ambient Temperature
Serial # Cooling Unit Date and Time:
Serial # Micro:
Serial # Compressor:
Voltage type:200VAC 400VAC Dual Water Cooled condenser: Yes No
Location/Depot: Voltage Supply:

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

Temperature specified: Other: (Fresh Air Setting)


Plug Type:
Voltage:

COMPONENT code COMMENTS CRITERIA


1.0 Container
1.1 Panels/Walls see structural criteria
1.2 Roof Panel no condensation
1.3 Cleanliness dry
1.4 Doors fully operational
2.0 Cabinets/Hatch (REMOVE FAN HATCHES)
2.1 Doors/Windows/Hinge water tight; clear glass;
s gasket

2.2 Partlow cabinet clean & dry; gasket


condition
2.3 Controller cabinet clean & dry; gasket
condition
2.4 Hatches—evap. & airtight; all fasteners
heater present
2.5 Interior bulkheads secured; no holes
2.6 Air baffle plate hinges
2.7 Fresh air exchange air tight
vent
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UNIT ID NUMBER: DATE:

3.0 Electrical
3.1 Main Cable 10/4 type length min length R40=60ft
splices (18M)

3.2 Main Cable 8/4 type length min length R20=50ft


splices (15M)

3.3 Plug 200 VAC model optional


3.4 Plug 400 VAC model required
3.5 400 v. Circuit Breaker general condition; clean
3.6 200 v. Circuit Breaker general condition; clean
3.7 Terminals/Connections tight & well insulated
3.8 Wiring/Insulation routing and condition
3.9 Contactors/Points replace only if points
missing
point material
3.1 Control transformer clean; no corrosion
0

COMPONENT code COMMENTS CRITERIA


4.0 Frame
4.1 Mount Bolts present; torque
5.0 Compressor/Condens
er
5.1 Condenser Coil/Fins clean, free of debris
5.2 Drier no rust.
restriction=replace
5.3 Service valve caps present with O ring; tight
5.4 Solenoid valve coils light rust only
5.5 Mod/SSV light rust only
5.6 Compressor mounts no cracks; correct torque
5.7 Guards complete and secured
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UNIT ID NUMBER: DATE:


6.0 Controller
6.1 Printed circuit boards clean; no cracks (analog
units only; N/A
microprocessors)
6.2 Control relays clean
6.3 Indicator lights correct colored lens
6.4 Remote monitor; mark if not present
cap/chain _______
6.5 Temperature display all segments display
6.6 Temperature set station legible
7.0 Evaporator
7.1 Heaters/Mounts intact; secured
7.2 Sensor—control clean; properly mounted
7.3 Sensor—recorder properly mounted
7.4 Defrost termination clean; properly mounted
7.5 TXV insulated sensing bulb
7.6 Drip pan/Drains clean; free
7.7 Coil clean; free of obstruction
7.8 Fan blades/Boss no cracks; alignment;
surface rust
7.9 Motor mounts no cracks; torqued
7.1 Venturi / Fan deck no contact with fan; deck
0 clean

7.1 Bearing noise / Free drag with noise = replace


1 play
7.1 Terminal boxes, evap Daikin only water tight; no corrosion
2 sec
8.0 Temperature
Recorder
8.1 Compartment Seals properly
Hardware
8.2 Chart backing plate present; not distorted
8.3 Chart knob present on leash
8.4 Chart (2) present
8.5 Clock operates
8.6 Lifting mechanism operates
8.7 Sympsom lead connection
8.8 Pen operates
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UNIT ID NUMBER: DATE:
TESTING PROCEDURE (Door closed and Floor Drain Plugs installed)
1. Record VOLTAGE SUPPLY (220 VAC run required – 440 L1:_______ L2:_______
test) L3:_______
2. Check the resistance on all solenoid valve coils (disconnect leads)
Carrier type = 6 Ω
Modulation—suction Suction (SSV) ______ ohm 6 Quench: _______ ohm 6 Ω
_______ohm Ω
Daikin type = 18 Ω
Hot gas—bypass ________ Liquid line #1 ______ ohm Liquid line #2 ________
ohm 9Ω ohm 9 Ω

3. Check and record the following: (megohm minimum: motor = 1.5; heater = 1.0)
Component Megoh Amp Amp Amp
m
Evaporator motor (curb—left) Ω L1 L2 L3
Evaporator motor (road—right) Ω L1 L2 L3
Heater (strip back 1” wire lead if needed) Ω L1 L2 L3
Compressor motor Ω L1 L2 L3
Condenser motor Ω L1 L2 L3
Condenser motor (#2) Ω L1 L2 L3
Condenser motor (#3) Ω L1 L2 L3

TURN UNIT ON; SET TEMPERATURE TO 0° F. TO COMPLETE AMP CHECK ABOVE


AND ITEMS #4 THROUGH #12 BELOW.
4. Record the time Unit is started. ____________ am pm
5. Temperature recorder set to record in Degrees F. Check Switch “F” to “C” function.
Good Bad
6. Close fresh air vent.
7. Set defrost to 6 hour interval.
8. Check Condenser Fan(s) rotation. Carrier air flow direction is up coil and out. Daikin is
down coil.
9. Check Evaporator air flow by physical touch. Flow present at T floor.
10. After 10 minutes check compressor oil level. ____________ siteglass (1/4 – 1/2 level)
11. Moisture indicator color: ________________ Condition: Wet Dry
12. Check that all indicator lights are energized.
Cool / Compressor Inrange ___________ Defrost ___________
__________
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UNIT ID NUMBER: DATE:


CHANGE SET TEMPERATURE FROM 0° F. TO 32° F. (TURN CHART ¼ INCH)
13. Record the time unit reaches 32° F. ______________ am pm
14. Operate at 32° F. for one hour.
15. Check and record voltage supply to the modulation valve. __________ vac.
16. Suction Pressure Modulation Valve energized ________ PSIG. Modulation Valve De-
energized ________ PSIG.
17. Record highest and lowest point of temperature swing from set point. (If total difference
over 5° F., determine cause.) Lowest temp. ______ Deg. F. (subtract) Highest temp.
______ Deg. F. = Total temp. difference ______ Deg. F.

TURN RECORDING CHART ¼ INCH; SET TEMPERATURE TO MINUS 10° F.


18. Record time when unit reaches set point of minus 10° F. ___________ am pm
(Operate unit at minus 10° F. for one hour.)
19. Inspect the container body, exterior surfaces, and panels for frost indicating poor
insulation.
20. Temperature and calibration check at minus 10° F.
Temperature on Partlow ______ Deg. F.
Temperature controller digital read ______ Deg. F.
Thermometer temperature ______ Deg. F.
21. Leak check. Use electronic leak detector set at 2 oz./year.
Service valves Drier/WCC High pressure TK shaft seal Daikin mod.
(with caps off) connections relief safety valve
valve
22. At 0° F. record: Discharge: ___________ PSIG Suction: ___________ PSIG

TURN TEMPERATURE RECORDING CHART BY HAND ¼ INCH.


23. Energize manual defrost.
Time into defrost ______ Time out of defrost ______ Temperature of termination
am pm am pm ____F.
24. Turn unit OFF and remove the temperature recording chart used for the PTI—to be
attached to the invoice. Install 2 new charts with the pressure sensitive face facing the wrong
direction (towards the plate, not the pen). These will be used later by the customer.
25. Install your company’s pretrip decal showing the date of the PTI.