I have a 3-ton split AC "single-phase compressor" was working perfectly until I moved it to another location, some oil spilled from the suction pipe during the transportation so when I installed it in the new location I added 900Ml of oil "I know it was a wrong thing to do" I was too lazy to the cut the compressor pipes out and drain the oil from the compressor to add the exact amount of oil which is 1100Ml, anyway when I charged it with refrigerant the amount to fill the unit is 2L "Written on the outside unit" I barely added 1L and the pressure on the suction side was 5 Bar "Which is the recommended pressure on the suction side when it's fully charged" it wasn't very long within 3 minutes and the switch burned and the breaker tripped.
I then cut the compressor pipes out and drained the oil it was almost double the amount of what it's recommended and the suction valve seemed to be damaged from heat, I couldn't find parts for the compressor, so my friend told me he has a 3-ton compressor he doesn't want it "FOC" but it's a three-phase compressor and my compressor is single-phase.
My question can I replace a single-phase compressor with a three-phase compressor on my split unit or do I need an adapter or something like that? Because the voltage for the three-phase is 460v and the single-phase is 220v.
My single-phase compressor name is HERMETIC COMPRESSOR AW 5542E, the three-phase is a scroll compressor ZR42K3-TFD.