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What may seem like a relic of old-school psychology, Type A is still an accepted trait for people who may seem anxious, controlled by being in control and extremely driven. Even as a true disposition for a personality, it’s still a label. Some of us embrace it and some shudder at the thought of being a Type A. Let’s focus on the “driven” aspect. Meet Anthony Barnes, our resident project manager who controls the timeline and tasks to make sure nothing falls through the cracks during product development. When interviewing for his position at OpenDrives, he was asked, “We are all Type A here at OpenDrives. Are you ok with this?” Anthony is totally ok with this. As a matter of fact, he embraces all our Type A’s. His recipe for success for effective project management is control. You see, without control work cannot be measured and without a measuring stick, we cannot effectively improve ourselves or our work. The restlessness is another story.
Anthony thrives on knowledge and the more he knows, the better he can help OpenDrives move to the next level. One thing the entire team enjoys (other than his decorated workspace) are his in-depth book reviews he shares on our collaboration platform. He seems to know a bit about every subject, and we appreciate that. His level of commitment to knowledge is key for his outside of work interests like gaming, collecting gaming paraphernalia and hosting elaborate anime parties. In the prevailing social framework of the gaming culture, knowledge is table stakes and habitual collecting is deep-rooted in the culture. Anthony is comfortable in this culture and successful in his own right, with an eclectic history of competition taking him to regional, Grand Prix and world championship rankings in everything from the DBZ card game to World of Warcraft. He regularly plays Overwatch, Dota 2 and Magic: The Gathering alongside growing his figure collection well beyond his childhood dreams, with a dab of cosplay on the side.
With early ambitions to be a programmer and then manager, he was inspired by a weekend in Chicago where he fell in love with the city and pursued a degree in video game art and design. During his career, Anthony worked on Pokémon, Injustice: Gods Among Us, Call of Duty and mobile gambling for Macau. He brings these skills to OpenDrives with very crisp and modern design skills to present our roadmaps (from hardware components to software design) ensuring all team members are clear on where we have been and where we are going. Not many people are that good at breaking down their work and keeping it flowing. People need a sounding board 9 times out of 10 and being that for our team comes naturally to Anthony.
Now, the restlessness. Because Anthony has this multifaceted lifestyle being buried in work at OpenDrives and games at home, he finds little time for sleep. Healing his brain comes from music, not sleep. With headphones pushed in his ears all day, his sits relaxed at his workstation listening, working, and thinking about his next move.
1 Pump down the system, front seat both service valves and isolate the unit electrically.
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Remove the head retaining bolts and gently raise the compressor head
3 Withdraw the valve plate assembly and remove the suction reeds from the cylinders.
4 Remove the compressor mounting bolts and belt guard.
5 Slide the compressor body towards the drive motor, release the drive belts from the flywheel and remove the compressor body.
6 Release the locking device on the drive shaft. This could be in the form of two locknuts, a locknut and a tab washer, or a locknut and a pin.
7 Using a suitable extractor, locate the arms around the flywheel boss (avoid locating around the flywheel vee section). Never use a hammer to remove a flywheel.
8 Apply gentle pressure on the extractor to break the bond, then remove the flywheel. With large heavy types it is advisable to tie a rope or cord to the flywheel and secure it in case the bond breaks suddenly.
9 Remove the seal plate retainer bolts and seal plate. The seal will be released by spring pressure in most cases; withdraw the seal from the seal housing.
10 Remove the seal ring from the shaft.
It may be necessary to change the compressor oil when a seal replacement is made, or some oil may be lost during replacement.
The procedure for replacement is as follows. Some manufacturers supply a shaft centring tool to ensure that the seal is correctly aligned on the shaft; this also eliminates uneven pressure being applied by the seal plate and spring during assembly.
1 Locate the seal ring on to the shaft and push fully home to the shaft shoulder.
2 Dip the seal nose in refrigeration oil and locate over the shaft, using the centring tool if available.
3 Replace the seal plate, depressing evenly against the spring. Insert the retaining bolts, and tighten the bolts so as to maintain the correct align- ment of the shaft seal assembly.
4 Reassemble the compressor, belts etc. in reverse order. Check the belt tensioning and the alignment of the drive option and flywheel.
5 When reassembly is complete, fit gauges if these have been removed to facilitate the replacement.
6 Crack off both service valves from the front seat positions and purge the compressor through the gauge port unions if there is sufficient refrigerant pressure in the system. If the charge was lost, then evacuate, fit a new filter drier, charge the system and check the oil level.
7 Carry out a leak test.
8 Start the plant and check the system operation.
9 Remove gauges.
10 Clean the compressor and clear the site.
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