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evap. coil capacity

Discussion in 'Refrigeration' started by R/HVAC, Dec 26, 2017.

  1. pecmsg

    pecmsg Junior my ASS

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    I’m still trying to figure out what I was trying to say?
     
  2. R/HVAC

    R/HVAC selfemployed

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    Thanks for all the input. Dennis I recognize the total heat cals. and thank you. I missed the horsepower number in one post :( thanks flange.
    I have been told that the multiplier for a coil used in freezer for cooler is all over the place. Some say BTU's x 2.5, others BTU's x 2 or 1.5. Racks have the advantage of doing things that stand alones can not. Going to check a job when allowed to see if TD agrees with their capacity multiplier for coil reused. That doesn't mean all matches will be the same though. Thanks again to all.
     
  3. mike1020

    mike1020 entitled millennial

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    Coil is good for
    6,000 btu at -10
    6,000 btu at +25
     
  4. R/HVAC

    R/HVAC selfemployed

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    That is one multiplier I didn't list that some agree with.