GENERAL CATALOGUE 2014-2015

GENERAL CATALOGUE 2014-2015
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*Advantages of Absorption chillers
The cooling process by a chiller in modern air
conditioning systems marking comfort conditions
with clean & fresh air for people who live in crowded
& polluted cities & also for most of industrial
applications plays very Important role. In this regards
the LiBr + H2O absorption chillers with coefficient
of performance (COP) greater than 0.7 because of
following characteristics & many other reasons are
more advisable than compression Chillers.
Absorption
Chillers in
Comparison With
Compression
Chillers
A - Ozone Friendly
B - Non Toxic
C - Non Explosive
D - Stable Cycle Working Fluid
E - Minimal Electrical Power Consumption
F - Minimal Total Energy Consumption
G - Ability to Function with Wasted Enargy
H - Low Noise & Vibration
I - Extremely Longer Operating Time
J - Wide Product Range & Model Selection for Cooling Capacity
K - Lower Initial Price & Operating Costs Especially from Mediun to Super Models
L - Simpler Installation, Operation & Maintenance, etc .
Absorption cooling cycle technology recognized as
the First refrigeration cycle has been applied widely
to space Conditioning & process cooling since 1886
i.e. for more Than 120 years ago. Absorption chillers
are thermally flexible activated systems utilizing
steam , hot & warm water , solar energy , clean liquid
& gaseous fuels or Exhausted gases to power the
absorption cycle.
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You Have the Best Option With an Unique Reliability
AZAR NASIM
ABSORPTION CHILLER
* WHY AZAR NASIM HVAC IND.?
The Azar Nasim HVAC Ind. Offers the widest
absorption chiller size & model selection
available in the HVAC industry . Eighty range
sizes from 30~1750 US refrigerantion (USR) tons
in single effect and double effect absorption
chillers:
A - Twenty range sizes in single effect hot water
or steam from 100~1750 USR tons,
B - Twenty range sizes in single effect warm
water from 30~500 USR tons,
C - Twenty range sizes in double effect gas
direct-fired from 75~1500 USR tons,
D - Twenty range sizes in double effect hot water
or Steam from 75~1500 USR tons.
Base of designing for the above mentioned
absorption Chillers in Azar Nasim factory is
performed by computer software which has been
developed by Azar Nasim since 1995.
Azar Nasim , from its conception has been
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seriously devoted to increasing its research
& development capability with regards to the
mentioned product range , sizes & features of its
absorption chillers The current product line is
the results of its relentless efforts in research &
development.
Azar Nasim has utilized innovative measures in
its production line as follows:
1 - Upward holes spraying twin copper tubes
technoloy, inside the absorber , evaporator
& generators , stops the perpetual concern
with respect to the cooling capacity decrease
generated through clogging.
2 - Automatic de crystallization technology even
in sudden shout down circumstances due to
electrical failure.
3 - Automatic purge hook type system.
4 - Special anticorrosion coating on inner
surfaces.
5 - PLC based control panel.
Azar Nasim Double Effect
Direct-Fired Absorption Chiller
1 - Design by computer software
2 - Single shell design for single effect cycles &
double Shell design for double effect cycles.
3 - Solution & refrigerant low NPSH canned
motor pumps with filters.
Stainless Steel
Filter
6 - Special most recent enhancing techiques
applied to all Components.
The above mentioned items are very important
patents that are the crucial opening key to the
world`s LIBr+H2O absorption chiller industry
which had been under the shadow up to recent
years.
General Design Features
The design , construction operational manulas
for Absorption chillers covering all various
different Units in operation require many pages
of manulas to describe the situation at hand
which is well out of the Scope of this brochure.
Therefore , this brochure is intended to provide
the required engineering data & information
for understanding what makes the Azar Nasim
absorption chillers product range including the
following general design features:
Collector
Canned Pump With Filter
4 - Complate turnkey package including factory
assembled & wired. For transportation, the
control Panel may be shipped separately &
installed at site. In case of larger sizes , the unit
can be broken in to Smaler pieces & shipped
in multiple units of Two or three Pieces for
shipment.
5 - Upward holes equipted spraying twin copper
tubes Technology. Inside the absorber, vaporator,
and generators , stops the perpetual concern
with respect to the cooling capacity decrease
generated thrugh cogging.
6 - Automatic de crystallization technology even
insudden shouts down circumstances due to
electrical failure.
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7 ) Automatic purging hook type system which
Continuously & automatically removes non
condensable gases from the shell side & stores
them in a tank. The purging system vacuum
pump is provided as a Standard feature.
8 ) Special anticorrosion coating on inner
surfaces.
9 ) PLC based control panel with HMI display
plugs user friendly interface & most recent
enhancing Techniques applied to all components.
10 ) The chiller is provided with an auto-de
crystallization line ( overflow J shaped pipe ) with
PT 100 temperature sensor , protecting itself
from crystallizatoin during Operation.
11 ) Stainless steel eliminator plates between
Evaporators to absorbers & generators to
condensers.
12 ) Sprayed twin tubes type generators for
increasing the performance of the machine in
order to reduce the Size of generators & volume
of the solution.
13) Straight tubes in the generators for easy
maintenance.
14 ) Fixed & floated generator supports utilized to
Control tubes bundle expansion.
15 ) Carbon steel tube sheets with inner grooved
holes According to TEMA standards.
16 ) All tubes fitted within the tube sheets duly
expanded for a tight fit in along with a sealant
adhesive resistant to temperature & pressure
increases where all tubes are individually
accessible & replaceable from either end of The
chiller.
17 ) The units are supplied with one in single
effect & two or three in double effect regenerative
heat exchangers In order to increase the
performance of the cycle.
18 ) The heat exchangers are of shell & tube
type with Circular shell geometry according to
TEMA standards & Constructed with internally
enhanced copper& nickel tubes.
19 ) All headers are of carbon steel ( evaporator ,
absorber, Condenser & generators ) , with water
connections on the Side , for a easy access to the
tube bundles.
20 ) The absorber to the condenser crossover
piping is a Standard feature for it reduces the
piping work which also results in the overall
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reduction in the length of the unit, Welding &
fabrication processes at the site.
21 ) Condenser bypass connection for necessary
Circumstances in reducing cooling water line pressure
Drop has been adapted as part of the system.
22 ) Sight glasses are provided on the evaporator,
the Absorber & the generator as these glasses
facilitate the monitoring of the refrigerant &
the solution levels for Easing inspection &
maintenance operations.
23) Refrigerant storage box for dilution of the cycle.
24 ) All the various sections of the chiller are
Interconnected by suitably sized seamless carbon
Steel piping.
25 ) Sampling refrigerant & solution valves
provided as Standard feature.
26 ) Balancing refrigerant & solution valves
provided as Standard feature.
27 ) Optional isolation butterfly valves for
refrigerant & Solution pumps.
High Temperature Generator Firetube
Upward Type Spray Tubes for
Absorber/Evaporator/Generator
Inner Grooved Tube Sheet With Anti Corrosion
Coating
OPTIONAL WATER
HEATING COIL
EXHAUST
FLUE GASES
SOLUTION
LEVEL CONTROL
HOT WATER
IN OUT
LOW TEMP
GENERATOR
CONDENSER
OUTLET COOLING WATER
37.8 [°C]
6.7 [°C]
TAPERED
INSERT
TURBULATOR
CHILLED WATER
9.1 [lit/min/ton]
HIGH TEMP
HEAT EXCHANGER
EVAPORATOR
FIRE
TUBES
ABSORBER
LOW TEMP
HEAT
EXCHANGER
12.2 [°C]
REFRIGERANT
LEVEL CONTROL
LIQUID
JET
PUMP
REFRACTORY
CONCRETE
FIRE TUBE
FURNACE
EXPANDED
SHELL
DRY BACK TYPE DIRECT FIRED
HIGH TEMPERATURE GENERATOR
2.93 [kW/ton]
SOLUTION PUMP
WITH STAINLESS
STEEL FILTER
29.4 [°C]
11.2 [Lit/min/ton]
INLET COOLING WATER
REFRIGERANT PUMP
WITH STAINLESS
STEEL FILTER
28 ) LiBr solution refrigerant,
corrosion inhibitor (Lithium
Molybdate) & octyl alcohol provided
separately & to be Charged at site.
29 ) Nitrogen is charged at a pressure
slightly greater than atmospheric
pressure for shipping , in order to
avoid air entering the machine in case
of any accidents during Transport.
30) Lifting lugs provided on each side
of the unit.
MAIN SHELL OF DIRECT FIRED ABSORPTION CHILLER
Cycle Components Internally and Externally
Enhanced tubes
Headers with Water Connections on the Side
Azar Nasim Double Effect Direct Fired
Absorption Chiller/Heater
High Stage Generator Fire Tube Turbulator
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* CONTROLS & SAFETY FEATURES
1 ) PLC based control for operational logic &
sequence, safety & capacity control through
advanced algorithm, with HMI touch screen to
input set points & indicate of the unit trip causes,
sensor errors , pumps errors & Faults history.
2 ) Elimination of rigid electro mechanical control
Components.
3 ) Advanced algorithm capable of achieving part
load operation from 5 to 100% step less based on
leaving chilled water & entering cooling water
temperatures by modulation of the hot water or
steam three way or two way valve in single effect
& double effect absorption model & modulation
of the solution pump by invertor controls
allows optimum flow of the solution to the High
temperature generator.
4 ) Interlocks for chilled water , cooling water
& hot water pumps, cooling tower fans, with
individual manual start & stop switch on HMI.
5 ) Temperature sensors & display the leaving
chilled water, entering cooling water, evaporator
pan & generator solution Over flow J shape tube.
6) Vacuum pressure control by pressure
transmitter sensor.
7 ) Level magnetic switch in three positions for
refrigerant Level monitoring in the evaporator
tank.
8 ) Level magnetic switch in three positions
for solution Level monitoring in the high stage
generator, ( Available Only in the double effect
absorption chiller type units.)
9 ) Flow switches for chilled water , cooling water
& hot Water flow lines.
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10) Safety Antifreeze protection.
11 ) Crystallization prevention fulfils including;
overflow Pipe for auto de crystallization, low
cooling water inlet Temperature cut-out , high
temperature Control for high Temperature
generator.
12 ) PLC Controlled double action ( leaving chilled
water or entering cooling water ) temperature
feedback adjustment for hot water or steam valve
included as Standard item.
13 ) Burner flame protection in double effect gas
directfired absorption chiller.
14 ) Stack flue gases temperature monitoring
protection Capability.
15 ) Main circuit breaker for safety against
electrical short Circuit hazards.
16 ) Individual motor circuit breakers &
contactors for Solution, refrigerant & purge
pumps.
17 ) Isolation control transformer protection for
control Circuitry.
18 ) Terminal blocks for the control of chilled
water, cooling water , and hot water pumps &
cooling tower Fans.
19) Machine condition status indition on the
display.
20) Display of all data & logged on HMI.
21) Weekly unit operation time schedule setup.
* Optional Items
1 ) Modem connectivity for immediate customer
service Call response.
2) Connection to the building client management
system.
3 ) Last 24 hours logging at a sampling time
rate of one hour intervals including most recent
six alarms logging facility for providing better
understanding the function of the unit during
alarm conditions providing easy Diagnostics.
* TESTING PROCEDURE
The LiBr type absorption chiller units working
pressure is under vacuum conditions, so
producing of these units is Very important with
respect to leak tightness. Hence it is Necessary
to perform the leak detection tests as follows.
1 ) Tubes & shell sides Nitrogen test with
pressure up To 3~5 [barg].
2) Helium test (sniffing method).
3 ) Tubes side hydraulic test with pressure up to
10 [barg] Or 1.5 times of working pressure.
LOW TEMP
GENERATOR
HIGH TEMP
GENERATOR
CONDENSER
OUTLET COOLING WATER
37.8 [°C]
STEAM IN
6.7 [°C]
HIGH TEMP
HEAT EXCHANGER
EVAPORATOR
CONDENSATE
HEAT EXCHANGER
SUBCOOLED
CONDENSATE OUT
CHILLED WATER
9.1 [lit/min/ton]
5°C
ABSORBER
12.2 [°C]
REFRIGERANT
LEVEL CONTROL
LOW TEMP
HEAT
EXCHANGER
LIQUID
JET
PUMP
2.93 [kW/ton]
SOLUTION PUMP
WITH STAINLESS
STEEL FILTER
29.4 [°C]
11.2 [Lit/min/ton]
INLET COOLING WATER
REFRIGERANT PUMP
WITH STAINLESS
STEEL FILTER
Typical Steam/Hot Water Double Effect Absorption Chiller
Typical Solar Collector to produce
heat for viuna - Azar Nasim Vila
Model Absorption Chiller
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Azar Nasim Single Effect Hot Water and
SteamAbsorption Chillers Performance Data [EN]
Model No.
VSEHW (ST)
Water Data Water Data
Chilled
Cooling Capacity[USRtons]
Cooling
Large Models
Medium Models
COP = 0.730
Flow Rate
GPM
Pressure Drop
psi
E Inch
In/out Diameter
Flow Rate
GPM
Pressure Drop
psi
A Inch
In/out Diameter
Heavy Models
35
45
55
60
70
90
110
125
140
160
180
220
250
280
320
100
125
150
175
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
900
240
300
360
420
480
600
720
840
960
6
7
11
13
11
14
13
15
7
9
8
12
11
10
14
8
8
8
8
8
10
10
10
1080 1200 1440 1680 1920 2160
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
317
396
476
555
634
793
951
6
7
9
12
9
13
13
13
8
10
7
11
11
10
12
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
8
8
8
10
10
10
12
12
189
236
284
331
378
473
568
663
757
852
946
3
3
4
5
5
5
6
7
7
9
7
11
11
11
15
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
6
6
6
8
8
8
10
10
1110 1268 1427 1585 1902 2219 2536 2853
Hot Water
Data
Hot Water Generator Data
Flow Rate
GPM
Pressure Drop
psi
G Inch
In/out Diameter
1135 1324 1513 1702
Steam Data
Steam Generator Data
Flow Rate
Lb/hr 1683 2104 2525 2945 3366 4208 5049
Pressure Drop
psi
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.9
0.8
1
1
1.3
1.8
Inlet Diameter
Gi Inch
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
8
8
8
10
10
10
Outlet Diameter
Go Inch
1¼
1¼
1½
1½
1½
2
2
2
2
2½
2½
2½
2½
3
3
2
2.5
2.5
3
3
3
4
4
5.5
5.5
6.5
6.5
7.5
7.5
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Electrical Consumption
Dimension Data
5891 6732 7574 8415 10098 11781 13464 15147
kw
Length
L m
3.3
3.3
3.6
3.8
3.6
3.8
4
4.2
4.8
5.3
4.9
5.4
5.5
5.6
6
Height
H m
2
2
2
2.2
2.2
2.4
2.4
2.6
2.6
2.6
2.8
2.8
2.9
3
3
Width
W m
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.6
1.6
.5
1
1.5
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.9
1.9
Tube Removal
R m
2.7
2.7
3
3.3
3
3.3
3.3
3.5
4
4.4
4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.8
Unit Ship Weight
t
2.9
3.4
4
4.5
4.9
5.4
5.9
6.4
7.5
8.7
9.7
11
12.7
14
15.7
Unit Operating Weight
t
3.9
4.5
5.4
5.8
6.3
7
7.9
8.6
9.7
11
12.3
13.8
15
16.6
17.8
Azar Nasim Single Effect Hot Water and Steam
Absorption Chillers Dimension [SI]
Remarks
A : Absorber Cooling Water Inlet Connection
B : Cooling Water Bypass Connection
C : Condenser Cooling Water Outlet Connection
E : Fan Coils Chilled Water Inlet/Outlet Connections
Gi : Generator steam / Hot Water inlet Connection
Go : Generator Condensate / Hot Water Outlet Connection
U:R
Y: 0.7 w
S

S
S
W
L
POWER & CONTROL PANEL
A
PURGING
SYSTEM
B
GO
CON
GEN
GI
EVAP
H
E
E
ABS
A
SOLUTION PUMP WITH FILTER
U
18
PURGING
VACUUM
PUMP
REFRIGERANT PUMP WITH FILTER
Y
C
Azar Nasim Single Effect Hot Water and
Steam Absorption Chillers Performance Data [EN]
Super Models
COP = 0.730
Model No.
VSEHW (ST)
350
Water Data Water Data
Cooling
Chilled
Cooling Capacity[USRtons]
400
460
530
General Conditions
600
1000 1150 1300 1500 1750
Flow Rate
GPM 2400 2760 3120 3600 4200
Pressure Drop
psi
E
In/out Diameter
Inch
8
10
12
12
14
13
13
12
12
14
Flow Rate
GPM
Pressure Drop
psi
9
11
14
14
14
Inch
12
12
14
14
14
A
In/out Diameter
3170 3646
4121 4755 5548
Hot Water
Data
Hot Water Generator Data
Flow Rate
GPM 1890 2174 2457 2835 3310
Pressure Drop
psi
8
11
14
13
13
Inch
3
3
4
4
4
G
In/out Diameter
Steam Data
Steam Generator Data
Flow Rate
Lb/hr 16830 19355 21879 25245 29453
Pressure Drop
psi
1
1.3
1.8
1.7
1.6
Inlet Diameter
Gi Inch
10
10
12
12
12
Outlet Diameter
Go Inch
3
3
3
4
4
kw
9
12
12
15
15
Dimension Data
Electrical Consumption
Length
L
m
6
6.5
7.2
7.2
7.4
Height
H m
3
3
3.2
3.2
3.2
Width
W m
2
2
2
2.2
2.2
Tube Removal
R
Unit Ship Weight
Unit Operating Weight
m
5
5.5
6
6
6
t
18
20.7
22.8
24.7
t
21
23.8
26.2
28.6
1. Rated Chilled Water Outlet/Inlet
Temperature: 44 / 54 [°F]
2. Rated Cooling Water Inlet/Outlet
Temperature: 85 / 103 [°F]
3. Rated Hot Water Inlet/Outlet
Temperature: 230 / 212 [°F]
4. Rated Steam Pressure / Degree of
Subcooling: 6[psig]/18 [°F]
5. Lowest Permitted Outlet Temperature for
Chilled Water: 40 [°F]
6. Pressure Limit For Chilled, Cooling, &
Hot Water Except Special Orders: 120[psi]
7. Fouling Factor For Chilled & Cooling
Water: 0.5[[°F].ft2/MBH]
8. And for Hot Water: 0.25 [°F. ft2/MBH]
9. Adjustable Chilled, Cooling, & Hot Water
Flow Rate: 70~120[%]
10. LiBr Solution Concentration: 54 [%]
11. Machine Room Temperature: 40 ~ 110
[°F] & Relative Humidity <85%
Cycle Components Heat Capacity (H.C.)
based on chiller capacity(USRtons)
12[MBH]×Qchw=USRtons 1-Chilledwater H.C:
(1+COP-1)×2-Cooling water H.C.: Qclw= Qchw
COP-1×3-Generator H.C.: Qgen= Qchw
Conversion Table
3
1m /hr = 4.4 GPM
1 MBH = 252 kcal/hr
27.5
°Cx1.8+32=°F
1 USRtons = 3.517 kW
31.2
1 psi = 6895 Pa
1 lb = 0.454 kg
Azar Nasim Single Effect Hot Water and Steam
Absorption Chillers Actual Cycle [SI]
82 [°C]
39.4 [°C]
100 [°C]
STEAM OR HOT WATER
110 [°C]
35 [°C]
80 %0
COP = 0.730
COOLING WATER
6.7 [°C]
99 [°C], 62 [°C]
5 [°C]
EVAPORATOR
CHILLED WATER
9.1 [ lit/min
tons ]
47
50
35 [°C], 54 [°C]
SOLUTION PUMP
WITH STAINLESS
STEEL FILTER
29.4 [°C]
10
5
0
12 [ lit/min
tons ]
COOLING
WATER
REFRIGERANT PUMP
WITH STAINLESS
STEEL FILTER
1
e
10
30
40
30
%62
%70
%65
60
%
E
5
50
20
10
2
30
20
LIQUID
JET
PUMP
3
C
40
ABSORBER
HEAT
EXCHANGER
%54
60
12.2 [°C]
51 [°C], 60 [°C]
50
70
5
4
3
4
2
1
70
90
110
130
SOLUTION TEMPERATURE [°C]
�PTX DIAGRAM FOR STEAM & HOT WATER UNIT
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REFRIGERANT PRESSURE [kPa]
7.7 kg/hr PER TONS STEAM
FLOW RATE @P=143 [kPa-abs]
7.2 lit/min PER TONS HOT WATER
FLOW RATE
Azar Nasim Single Effect Warm Water Absorption Chillers
Performance Data [EN]
COP = 0.730
Model No.
VSELW
water data
Cooling
Chilled
water data
Cooling Capacity[USRtons]
Large Models
Medium Models
Small Models
11
14
18
21
25
28
32
35
45
55
60
70
80
90
100
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
275
Flow Rate
GPM
72
96
120
144
168
192
216
240
300
360
420
480
540
600
660
Pressure Drop
psi
6
6
7
8
6
9
11
6
7
10
13
11
14
13
13
In/out Diameter E
Inch
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
6
6
Flow Rate
GPM
114
152
190
228
266
304
342
380
476
571
666
761
856
951 1046
Pressure Drop
psi
7
7
8
8
7
10
12
7
6
8
12
8
11
10
11
Inch
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
6
6
8
8
A
In/out Diameter
Warm
water data
Warm Water Generator Data
Flow Rate
GPM
68
90
113
136
158
181
203
226
282
339
395
451
508
564
621
Pressure Drop
psi
3
3
4
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
5
3
4
4
4
G
Inch
2½
2½
2½
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
Kw
1.7
1.8
1.8
2
2
2
2.5
2.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
4.5
4.5
6
6
Length
L
m
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.7
3
3
3.4
3.4
3.6
3.8
3.7
3.8
3.8
3.8
Height
H m
1.9
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2.1
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.5
2.5
Width
W m
1.3
1.3
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.7
1.7
Tube Removal
R
m
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.6
2.2
2.5
2.5
2.7
2.7
3
3.3
3
3.3
3.3
3.3
Unit Ship Weight
t
1.5
1.6
1.8
2
2.6
3
3.4
3.9
4
4.5
5
6.3
6.9
8
8.7
Unit Operating Weight
t
2.0
2.2
2.5
2.8
3.6
4.3
4.5
5.3
5.8
6.3
7
8.5
9.2
10.3
11
In/out Diameter
Dimension data
Electrical Consumption
Azar Nasim Single Effect Warm Water
Absorption Chillers Dimension [SI]
Remarks
A : Absorber Cooling Water Inlet Connection
B : Cooling Water Bypass Connection
C : Condenser Cooling Water Outlet Connection
E : Fan Coils Chilled Water Inlet/Outlet Connections
Gi : Generator Warm Water inlet Connection
Go : Generator Warm Water Outlet Connection
U:R
Y: 0.7 w
S

S
S
W
L
POWER & CONTROL PANEL
A
PURGING
SYSTEM
B
GO
CON
GEN
GI
EVAP
H
E
E
ABS
A
SOLUTION PUMP WITH FILTER
U
20
PURGING
VACUUM
PUMP
REFRIGERANT PUMP WITH FILTER
Y
C
Azar Nasim Single Effect Warm Water
Absorption Chillers Performance Data [EN]
COP = 0.730
Model No.
VSELW
Chilled
water data
Cooling Capacity[USRtons]
water data
Cooling
General Conditions
Heavy Models
110
125
140
160
180
300
350
400
450
500
960 1080 1200
Flow Rate
GPM
720
840
Pressure Drop
psi
13
13
6
9
6
In/out Diameter E
Inch
6
8
8
8
8
Flow Rate
GPM 1141 1331 1521 1712 1902
Pressure Drop
psi
10
10
6
9
8
Inch
8
8
10
10
10
677
790
In/out Diameter
A
Warm
water data
Warm Water Generator Data
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Rated Chilled Water Outlet/Inlet Temperature: 44/54 [°F]
Rated Cooling Water Inlet/Outlet Temperature: 85/100 [°F]
Rated Hot Water Inlet/Outlet Temperature: 195/180 [°F]
Lowest Permitted Leaving Chilled Water Temp.: 40[°F]
Pressure Limit For Chilled, Cooling, & Hot Water Except
Special Orders: 100[psig]
Fouling Factor For Chilled, Cooling Water: 0.5[°F ft2/MBH]
And for Hot Water: 0.25 [°F. ft2/MBH]
Adjustable Chilled, Cooling, & Hot Water Flow Rate:
70~120[%]
LiBr Solution Concentration: 54 [%]
Machine Room Temperature: 40 ~ 110 [°F] & Relative
Humidity <85%
Flow Rate
GPM
Pressure Drop
psi
4
4
5
6
5
G
Inch
6
6
8
8
8
Kw
6
8
8
10
10
Length
L
m
4
4
4.8
5.3
4.9
Height
H m
2.5
2.6
2.6
2.6
2.8
Width
W m
1.7
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
Tube Removal
R
m
3.3
3.3
4
4.4
4
1m /hr = 4.4 GPM
1 USRtons = 3.517 kW
Unit Ship Weight
t
9.3
10.5
12
13
14.5
1 MBH = 252 kcal/hr
1 psi = 6895 Pa
Unit Operating Weight
t
17
19
C + 32× 1 F=1.8
1 lb = 0.454 kg
In/out Diameter
Electrical Consumption
Dimension data
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
903 1016 1128
11.8 13.6 15.8
Cycle Components Heat Capacity (H.C.)
based on chiller capacity(USRtons)
12[MBH]×Qchw=USRtons 1-Chilledwater H.C:
(1+COP-1)×2-Cooling water H.C.: Qclw= Qchw
COP-1×3-Generator H.C.: Qgen= Qchw
Conversion Table
3
Azar Nasim Single Effect Warm Water
Absorption Chillers Actual Cycle [SI]
75 [°C]
37.8 [°C]
82.2 [°C]
STEAM OR HOT WATER
90.6 [°C]
34 [°C]
COOLING WATER
43 [°C]
99 [°C], 62 [°C]
5 [°C]
EVAPORATOR
50
%54
60
CHILLED WATER
9.1 [ lit/min
tons ]
%0
70
6.7 [°C]
%54
C
43
40
ABSORBER
%70
10
3
2
30
5
4
3
33 [°C], 54 [°C]
SOLUTION PUMP
WITH STAINLESS
STEEL FILTER
5
0
14.4 [ lit/min
tons ]
COOLING
WATER
REFRIGERANT PUMP
WITH STAINLESS
STEEL FILTER
1
e
10
57
10
5
2
4
1
%
LIQUID
JET
PUMP
29.4 [°C]
20
HEAT
EXCHANGER
E
30
50
40
30
20
%65
50
12.2 [°C]
47 [°C], 57 [°C]
80
COP = 0.730
70
90
110
130
SOLUTION TEMPERATURE [°C]
�PTX DIAGRAM FOR WARM WATER UNIT
21
REFRIGERANT PRESSURE [kPa]
8.6 lit/min PER TONS WARM WATER
FLOW RATE
Azar Nasim Double Effect Direct-Fired Absorption Chillers/
Performance Data [EN]
COP = 1.200
VDEDF
11
14
18
21
25
28
32
35
55
60
70
Cooling Caait
ton
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100 125 150
75
200 225 250 275 300 350 400 450 500
Heating Capacity
[MBH]
Gas Flow
Natural
water data
Heating
water data
Cooling
Chilled
water data
Model No.
Large Models
Medium Models
Small Models
80
90
100 110 125 140 160 180
300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1250 1500 1750 2000 2250 2500 2750 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000
low ate
 72
96 120 144 168 192 216 240 300 360 420 480 540 600 660 720 840 960 1080 1200
rere ro
i
6
6
7
8
6
9
11
6
7
10
13
11
14
13
13
13
13
6
9
6
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
8
8
8
8
not iaeter 
nh
3
low ate

89 118 148 177 207 236 267 295 369 443 516 590 664 738 811 885 1033 180 1328 1475
rere ro
i
7
7
8
8
7
10
12
7
6
8
12
8
11
10
11
10
10
6
9
8
nh
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
8
8
8
8
10
low ate

60
80 100 120 140 160 180 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 700 800 900 100
0
rere ro
i
7
7
not iaeter
not iaeter


Cooling/Heating
8
nh 2 ½ 2 ½ 2 ½

6
8
10
9
7
9
11
7
8
10
13
11
14
13
13
13
13
7
10
7
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
8
8
8
12
14
16
18
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
70
80
90
100
Min. Inlet Pressure ig 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5
Exhaust Dim.
G
letrial Contion
ienion data [SI]
45
nh
6
6
6
7
7
8
8
w
2.2 2.2 2.2 2.5 2.5 2.5 3.2

2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.7
9
9
10
10
12
12
4.5
4.5
6
6
12
14
14
14
16
16
18
3.2
4.5
7
8
8
9
10
11
11
3
3
3.4
3.4
3.6
3.8
3.7
3.8
3.8
3.8
4
4
4.8
5.3
4.9
2
2
2
2
2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.4
2.4
2.5
2.5
2.6
2.6
1.8 1.8 1.8 1.9 1.9 1.9 1.9
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6

1.6 1.6 1.6 1.6 2.2 2.5 2.5
2.7
2.7
3
3.3
3
3.3
3.3
3.3
3.3
3.3
4
4.4
4
nit hi eight
t
1.8 2.0 2.2 2.4 2.6 2.8 3.0
3.3
3.5
3.9
4.3
4.6
4.9
5.3
5.6
6.5
7.2
7.9
8.6
9.5
nit erating eight
t
2.5 2.8 3.2 3.5 3.8
4.8
5.2
5.8
6.3
6.7
7.2
7.8
8.4
9.5 10.4 11.5 12.7 13.9
ength

Height
H 
1.9
idth
 
e eoal

2
2
2
2
4
4.4
Azar Nasim Double Effect Direct-Fired
Absorption Chillers Dimension [SI]
Remarks
A : Absorber Cooling Water Inlet Connection
B : Cooling Water Bypass Connection
C : Condenser Cooling Water Outlet Connection
E : Fan Coils Chilled Water Inlet/Outlet Connections
F : Fan Coils Hot Water Inlet / Outlet Connections (Optional)
G : Fleur Gases Oulet Connection
U:R
Y: 0.85 w
L
A
F
B
R
S
E
0.5
G
S
W+0.5 [m]
B
E
E
S
A
L
0.5
H
A
0.2~0.
U
22
Y+0.5 [m]
Azar Nasim Double Effect Direct-Fired Absorption Chillers/
Heaters Performance Data [EN]
Heavy Models
COP = 1.200
VDEDF
220
250
280
320
Cooling Caait
ton
600
700
800
900 1000 1150 1300
Heating Capacity
[MBH]
400
460
1.
 1440 1680 1920 2160 2400 2760 3120
3.
rere ro
i
12
11
10
14
8
10
14
4.
8
10
10
10
12
12
12
5.
not iaeter 
nh
low ate
 1770 2065 2360 2655 2950 3393 3835
rere ro
i
10
10
9
10
8
10
12
nh
8
10
10
10
12
12
12

not iaeter
low ate
 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2300 2600
rere ro
i
8
9
8
10
8
9
12
nh
6
8
8
8
10
10
10

not iaeter
Cooling/Heating

120
140
160
180
200
230
260
Min. Inlet Pressure ig
05
05
05
05
05
05
05
Exhaust Dim.
nh
18
20
20
22
24
26
28
w
12
13
14
16
18
22
26
G
Rated Chilled Water Outlet/Inlet Temperature:
44/54 [°F]
Rated Cooling Water Inlet/Outlet Temperature:
85/100 [°F]
Rated Heating Water Outlet / Inlet Temperature:
150/140 [°F]
Lowest Permitted Outlet Temperature for
Chilled Water : 40[°F]
Pressure Limit For Chilled, Cooling, & Heating
Water Except Special Orders: 120[psi]
Fouling Factor For Chilled , Cooling & Heating
Water: 0.5[°F.ft2/MBH]
Adjustable Chilled, Cooling, & Heating Water
Flow Rate: 70~120[%]
Natural gas consumption is calculated by
heating value: 50[MBH/CFM] or 7400 [kcal/m3]
LiBr Solution Concentration: 54 [%]
Machine Room Temperature: 40 ~ 110 [°F] &
Relative Humidity <85%
2.
6000 7000 8000 9000 1000011500 13000
low ate
letrial Contion
ienion data [SI]
350
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Cycle Components Heat Capacity (H.C.)
based on chiller capacity(USRtons)
ength


54
55
56
6
6
65
72
Height
H 
28
29
30
30
30
30
32
12[MBH]×Qchw=USRtons 1-Chilledwater H.C:
(1+COP-1)×2-Cooling water H.C.: Qclw= Qchw
COP-1×3-High Temp. Generator H.C.: Qgen= Qchw
idth
 
28
30
30
32
32
34
34
Conerion ale
e eoal


44
44
44
48
5
55
60
nit hi eight
t
130 148 160 178 198 220 240
nit erating eight
t
178 198 215 235 255 280 300
1m³/hr = 4.4 GPM
°Cx1.8+32=°F
1 psi = 6895 Pa
1CFM  1699 m³/hr
1 MBH = 252 kcalhr
1 USRtons = 3517 kW
1 lb = 0.454 kg
1 inch = 254 mm
120
COP = 1.20
198.5
110
Azar Nasim Double Effect Direct-Fired
Absorption Chillers Actual Cycle [SI]
100
X=%55
d
90
%60
7
%65
100
%70
80
70.14
50
40
70
30
6
60
150
125
20
50
c
40
OPTIONAL WATER
HEATING COIL
EXHAUST
FLUE GASES
SOLUTION
LEVEL CONTROL
HOT WATER
IN OUT
10
30
2
20
LOW TEMP
GENERATOR
10
CONDENSER
OUTLET COOLING WATER
37.8 [°C]
0
5
1
e
10 20
30
40
50
5
4
3
CRYSTALLIZATION LINE
2
4
1
60
70
80
90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180
Tsol = SOLUTION TEMPERATURE [°C]
6.7 [°C]
TAPERED
INSERT
TURBULATOR
CHILLED WATER
9.1 [lit/min/ton]
HIGH TEMP
HEAT EXCHANGER
EVAPORATOR
FIRE
TUBES
ABSORBER
LOW TEMP
HEAT
EXCHANGER
12.2 [°C]
REFRIGERANT
LEVEL CONTROL
LIQUID
JET
PUMP
REFRACTORY
CONCRETE
FIRE TUBE
FURNACE
EXPANDED
SHELL
DRY BACK TYPE DIRECT FIRED
HIGH TEMPERATURE GENERATOR
2.93 [kW/ton]
SOLUTION PUMP
WITH STAINLESS
STEEL FILTER
29.4 [°C]
11.2 [Lit/min/ton]
INLET COOLING WATER
REFRIGERANT PUMP
WITH STAINLESS
STEEL FILTER
MAIN SHELL OF DIRECT FIRED ABSORPTION CHILLER
23
Pref = REFRIGERANT PRESSURE [kPa]
Gas Flow
Natural
water data
Heating
water data
Cooling
Chilled
water data
Model No.
General Conditions
Azar Nasim Double Effect Steam Absorption Chillers
Performance & Dimension Data [EN]
Medium Models
COP = 1.200
Model No.
VSEHW
VDEST (HW)
Cooling Capacity
[USRtons]
35
55
70
90
Large Models
Heavy Models
Super Models
110 125 140 160 180 220 250 280 320 350 400 460 530 600 700
100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1150 1300 1500 1750 2000
Chilled
water data
Chilled Water Data (54°F > 44°F Fouling Factor 0.5 [R.ft²/MBH])
Flow Rate
GPM
Pressure Drop
psi
E Inch
In/out Diameter
240 360 480 600 720 840 960 1080 1200 1440 1680 1920 2160 2400 2760 3120 3600 4200 4800
6
11
11
14
13
15
7
9
8
12
11
10
14
8
10
14
13
13
13
4
5
5
6
6
8
8
8
8
8
10
10
10
12
12
12
12
14
14
water data
Cooling
Cooling Water Data (85°F > 100°F Fouling Factor 0.5 [R.ft²/MBH])
Flow Rate
GPM
Pressure Drop
psi
A Inch
In/out Diameter
295
443
590
738
885 1033 1180 1328 1475 1770 2065 2360 2655 2950 3393 3835 4425 5163 5900
7
8
8
10
10
10
6
9
8
10
10
9
10
8
10
12
12
13
14
4
5
5
6
6
8
8
8
8
8
10
10
10
12
12
12
12
14
14
Hot
water data
Hot Water Generator Data (320°F > 302°F Fouling Factor 0.25 [R.ft²/MBH])
Flow Rate
GPM 118 177 236 295 354 413 472 531 590 708 826 944 1062 1180 1357 1534 1770 2065 2360
Pressure Drop
psi
G Inch
In/out Diameter
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
9
10
11
12
7
9
11
10
11
12
4
4
5
5
6
6
6
8
8
8
10
10
10
10
10
12
12
12
Steam Data
Steam Generator Data (74[PSIg], 320°F > 203°F )
Flow Rate
Lb/hr
986 1479 1972 2465 2958 3451 3944 4437 4930 5916 6902 7888 8874 9860 11339 12818 14790 17255 19720
Pressure Drop
psi
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.6
0.8
0.8
1
1.2
0.8
1
1.2
1.4
1.4
1.8
Inlet Diameter
Gi Inch
2½
2½
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
8
8
8
8
Outlet Diameter
Go Inch
1
1
1¼
1¼
1¼
1½
1½
1½
2
2
2
2½
2½
2½
2½
3
3
3
3
3
4
5.5
6.5
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
18
20
22
24
26
Dimension Data [SI]
Electrical Consumption
kw
Length
L m
3.4
3.6
3.7
3.8
4.0
4.0
4.8
5.3
4.9
5.4
5.5
5.6
6.0
6.0
6.5
7.2
7.2
7.4
8.0
Height
H m
2
2
2.2
2.2
2.4
2.5
2.5
2.6
2.6
2.8
2.9
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
Width
W m
1.8
1.8
2.0
2.0
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.7
2.7
2.8
2.8
2.8
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
Tube Removal
R m
2.7
3
3
3.3
3.3
3.3
4.0
4.4
4.0
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.8
5.0
5.5
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.6
10.5 13 14.5 16
18
20
22
24
26
28
17
18
20
22
24
26
Unit Ship Weight
t
3.0
3.5
4
4.5
5.5
6.2
7
7.8
Unit Operating Weight
t
4.0
4.6
5.2
5.8
7
7.7
8.3
9
9
10 11.5 12.8 14
Azar Nasim Double Effect Steam-Fired
Absorption Chillers Dimension [SI]
L
F
B
E
E
S
A
Remarks
A : Absorber Cooling Water Inlet Connection
B : Cooling Water Bypass Connection
C : Condenser Cooling Water Outlet Connection
E : Fan Coils Chilled Water Inlet/Outlet Connections
Gi : High Stage Generator Inlet Connection
Go : High Stage Generator Outlet Connection
U:R
W+0.5 [m]
A
15
B
R
S
E
0.5
G
S
L
0.5
H
A
0.2~0.
U
24
Y+0.5 [m]
Azar Nasim Villa Model Warm Water Absorption
Chillers Performance Data [EN]
(Special Model for Operating with Solar System)
Performance Data [EN]
COP = 0.750
VSEV
2
4
6
8
10
[USRtons]
5
10
15
20
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Model No.
Warm
water data
water data
Cooling
Chilled
water data
Cooling Capacity
Flow Rate
GPM
12
24
36
48
60
Pressure Drop
psi
8
10
10
12
12
Inch
1½
1½
2
2
2½
Flow Rate
GPM
28
56
84
112
140
Pressure Drop
psi
10
12
10
10
12
Inch
2
2
2½
2½
3
Flow Rate
GPM
16.5
33
49.5
66
82.5
Pressure Drop
psi
6
7
7
8
9
Inch
1½
1½
2
2
2½
Kw
0.35
0.35
0.65
0.65
0.75
m
1.1
1.2
1.4
1.6
F
Connection
A
Connection
Connection
G
Electrical Consumption
data
Dimension
General Conditions
Length
L
Height
H m
Width
W m
Unit Operating Weight
1.7
Kg
1.7
1.8
1.8
1.
2.
3.
4.
Rated Chilled Water Outlet/Inlet Temperature: 44 / 54 [°F]
Rated Cooling Water Inlet/2-Outlet Temperature: 85/95 [°F]
3- Rated Hot Water Inlet/Outlet Temperature: 185 175 [°F]
Fouling Factor For Chilled, Cooling and Warm Water: 0.25
[°F.ft2/MBH].
5. Electrical Specification: 50 [HZ] x 1 [PH] x 220 [Volt]
Cycle Components Heat Capacity (H.C.)
based on chiller capacity (USRtons)
12[MBH]×Qchw=USRtons 1-Chilledwater H.C:
(1+COP-1)×2-Cooling water H.C.: Qclw= Qchw
COP-1×3-Generator H.C.: Qgen= QHot Water = Qchw
Conversion Table
1 m /hr = 4.4 GPM
1MBH = 252 kcal/hr
1.8
°Cx1.8+32=°F
1USRtons = 3.517 kW
1.9
1psi = 6895 Pa
1lb = 0.454 kg
3
1.0
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.4
Azar Nasim Model Absorption
550
750
900
1000
1200
Chillers Actual Cycle [SI]
12.4 lit/min PER TONS WARM WATER FLOW RATE
D
W
C
35 [°C]
GENERATOR
GO
E
GI
G
79.4 [°C]
STEAM OR HOT WATER
85 [°C]
C
E
A
34 [°C]
A
99 [°C], 62 [°C]
A
6.7 [°C]
CHILLED WATER
9.1 [ lit/min
tons ]
5 [°C]
H
COOLING WATER
43 [°C]
CONDENSER
EVAPORATOR
12.2 [°C]
47 [°C], 57 [°C]
ABSORBER
PURGING
VACUUM
PUMP
LIQUID
JET
PUMP
Remarks
A : Absorber Cooling Water Inlet Connection
C : Condenser Cooling Water Outlet Connection
E : Fan Coils Chilled Water Inlet/Outlet Connections
Gi : Generator Warm Water Inlet Connection
Go : Generator Warm Water Oulet Connection
33 [°C], 54 [°C]
COP = 0.750
29.4 [°C]
HEAT
EXCHANGER
21.3[ lit/min
tons ]
COOLING
WATER
REFRIGERANT PUMP
WITH STAINLESS
STEEL FILTER
SOLUTION PUMP WITH
STAINLESS STEEL FILTER
S
S
S
Azar Nasim Vila model have the same function as the
Azar Nasim Outdoor packages but with low capacities
between 5 to 25 USR tons. The features Are as follows.
1 ) Easy installation, when the chiller is delivered to
jobsite, only the chilled water Pipe, cooling water pipe &
warm water pipe are connected to the chiller.
2 ) No location requirement, chiller can be located on the
rooftop or margin of the Building.
3 ) Portable chiller, it can be carried on a vehicle & used
for temporary exhibitions Or other areas.
4 ) Special modeL, it can be operated with solar system.
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Typical Piping System
Azar Nasim Single Effect Hot Water Absorption Chillers
Typical Piping System (Summer Condition)
BUTTERFLY VALVE OPENED
BUTTERFLY VALVE CLOSED
GLOB VALVE
VALVE
COOLING WATER LINE
COOLING
TOWER
CHECK VALVE
MAKE UP WATER
(MUW)
INLINE FILTER
FROM FAN COILS OR
AIR HANDLING UNITS
ROOF
FANCOILS CLOSED
EXPANSION TANK
N2 LINE
DRIN (D)
PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE
PROPORTIONAL 3 WAY VALVE
M
WARM
WATER
VALVE
“CLOSED"
CHILLED WATER
VALVE “OPENED”
D
MUW
WARM WATER
VALVE “CLOSED"
CHILLED
WATER
VALVE
“OPENED”
EXPANSION TANK AIR TRAP VALVE
CHILLED WATER LINE
B
A
HOT WTER LINE
COOLING WATER
BY PASS FLOW
BALANCING
GLOBE VALVE
FS
HOT WATER
BUTTERFLY VALVE
“CLOSED
FS
DRAIN VALVE
“OPENED”
HOT WATER CLOSED
EXPANSION TNK
N2 LINE
AB
M
PROPORTIONAL 2 WAY VALVE
M
FLOW SWITCH
D
D
DRAIN LINE ALL ؾ”
TCHO
LEAVING CHILLED WATER PT100 SENSOR
TCWI
ENTERING COOLING WATER PT100 SENSOR
MUW
MAKE UP WATER LINE
OFF LINES
ON LINES
PLC OUTPUT LINE
PLC INPUT LINE
D
MUW
TO THE SERVICES
FS
D
FS
CHILLED WATER
PUMPS STATION
“ON”
MUW
TCHO
ABSORPTION
CHILLER “ON”
@ AUTOMATIC MODE
TCWI
HOT WATER
PUMPS STATION
“ON”
OUTPUTS
CHILLED WATER
PUMPS STATION
“ON”
D
D
PLC IN
CHILLER
D
INPUTS
D
HOT WATER
BOILER
D
D
TANK HEATER FROM THE SERVICES
Azar Nasim Double Effect Direct-Fired Absorption Chillers
Typical Piping System (Summer Condition)
COOLING WATER LINE
COOLING
TOWER
MAKE UP WATER
(MUW)
FROM FAN COILS OR
AIR HANDLING UNITS
ROOF
DRIN (D)
EXPANSION TANK
N2 LINE
TO FAN COILS OR
AIR HANDLING UNITS
WARM WATER
VALVE “CLOSED"
CHILLED
WATER
VALVE
“OPENED”
D
MUW
CHILLED WATER LINE
BUTTERFLY VALVE OPENED
WARM WATER
VALVE “CLOSED”
FS
BUTTERFLY VALVE CLOSED
FLUE GASES
OUTLET
HOT WATER
PUMP
PLATE HEAT EXCHANGEER
FOR DEMAND WARM WATER
GLOB VALVE
TO THE
SERVICES
VALVE
CHECK VALVE
CHILLED WATER
VALVE “CLOSED”
INLINE FILTER
FROM
SERVICES
M
FS
D
CHILLED WATER
PUMPS STATION
“ON”
M
DOUBLE EFFECT ABSORPTION
CHILLER/HEATER “ON”
@ AUTOMATIC MODE
TGEN
TFLUE
THWO
TCWI
OUTPUTS
TCHO
FS
PROPORTIONAL 2 WAY VALVE
FLOW SWITCH
D
DRAIN LINE ALL ؾ”
TCHO
LEAVING CHILLED WATER PT100 SENSOR
TCWI
ENTERING COOLING WATER PT100 SENSOR
TFLUE
TGEN
THWO
MUW
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PROPORTIONAL 3 WAY VALVE
EXPANSION TANK AIR TRAP VALVE
HIGH TEMPERATURE
GENERATOR “ON”
PLC IN
CHILLER
CHILLED WATER
PUMPS STATION
“ON”
MUW
INPUTS
D
PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE
FLUE GASES TEMPERATURE SENSOR
LEAVING HSG SOLUTION PT100 SENSOR
LEAVING HOT WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR
MAKE UP WATER LINE
OFF LINES
ON LINES
PLC OUTPUT LINE
PLC INPUT LINE
* Technical Notes to Engineers
Location
Quantities
Special
dimensions
Split shipment
Low chilled
water temp erature
Seawater
Piping system
It is possible to locate the chiller in the basement on the same level, on the �oor for it is
safety & proper operation with the feature of little vibration & low noise . It is
recommended that the chiller machine room should be separated from boilers &
Pump Rooms as possible. Well ventilation of machine room is strongly recommended.
The Chillers foundation must be on a higher level with load capacity as 1.5 times the
Operation Weight in the machine room.
To decide the quantity , you should take cooling capacity , cooling capacity �uctuating,
Building function ,installation site & economic factors in to consideration .You need not
consider the stand by unit because continuous operation is better for the life time than
intermittent operation , but in high cooling capacity chillers with stand by Canned
pumps may be suggested.
If your machine room or entrance is smaller than the mentioned dimensions ,please
contact Azar Nasim to discuss for a solution and nally chiller dimensions Are
adjustable.
If it's limited by transportation or machine room entrance height, split shipment shall
Be selected.
Provide chilled water at 32[°F] for special processing requirements .For example
food and fruit plant , medical plant ,power station cooling system ,etc...
Use seawater as cooling water, applications to coastal buildings, ship's air conditioning
& seawater desalination plant.
1. Soft connector must be installed at inlet / outlet of chilled, cooling, & hot water. The
weight of the piping system can never be borne by the chiller.
2. Cooling tower must be equipped with a protective screen to prevent foreign matters
From entering the cooling water system.
3. The cooling tower must be far away from heat resource & dust resource.
4. No pipes or valves must hang over the chiller to prevent the chiller from being
Damaged during installation, maintenance, or valve leakage.
* Technology Extension
Outdoor package
CCHP system
Azar Nasim outdoor packages are warm & hot water types small & medium models
additionally equipped with hot water boiler, cooling tower, cooling water pumps , chilled
water pumps & hot water pumps .
The perfect combination between Azar Nasim absorption chillers and turbo generator
or Diesel generator made in the U.S.A. , Europe or any other countries Can increase
the energy efciency greatly.
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28
LIQUID CHILLER
(Water and Air Cooled Chiller)
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Liquid Chiller (Water & Air Cooled Chiller)
Features
Azar nasim reciprocating water chillers are
available in two types of air cooled and water
cooled in capacity range of 3 to 240 tons of
refrigeration and compressor configurations of
one to four.
Evaporators and condensers are high efficiency
shell and tube heat exchangers which designed
based on time (Tubular Exchanger Manufactures
Association) standards.
Safety controls installed on all units include
high and low pressure cut-outs, compressor
oil pressure safety cut out, water anti freeze
thermostat, water flow switch and evaporator
entering water thermostat.
The above mentioned are all chosen from the
most recognized controlled manufacturers in the
air conditioning industry.
Compressors are by DWM COPELAND which
happened to be one of the best and the most
reliable brands.
Raw materials such as copper tubes, fittings
and valves are supplied by well-respected
manufacturers.
Electrical safety measures such as three phase
controller, circuit breakers are available on all
units.
A fault detection system for the whole unit is
available upon request.
Microprocessor based PLC controller is also
available as needed.
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Selection Information
General
Cooling Capacity is tabulated for all chiller
models at a variety of conditions to cover most
comfort
Cooling and industrial system requirements. The
water cooled ANCH-W series are rated over a
range of Leaving water temperatures of 42 ˚F to
46 ˚F and condenser leaving water temperatures
of 85 ˚F to 105 ˚ F . The ANCH-A series are rated
over the same evaporator chilled water range at
condensing Temperatures of 115 ˚F to 135 ˚F.
Chilled water quantity and range:
Required cooling capacity and the desired chilled
water range are the two important factors in
determining the amount of water to be circulated
in the evaporator. This flow rate in (GPM) is given
in the performance data tables.
The Flowing formula can also be used when
needed.
GPM =
Tons × 24
Chilled water range (ΔT) {˚F}
Water cooled chiller (ANCH-W) series:
A 10 ˚F condenser water range is generally
the best compromise for the most economical
cooling tower selection to satisfy the chiller
requirements. Based on the above suggestion
and referring to performance data tables under
different condenser leaving water temperatures,
we can extract the required condenser water flow
rate are in (GPM) and the water side pressure
drop (PD) . Refer to the Azar Nasim cooling
tower catalogue for an appropriate cooling tower
selection.
Condenser water temperature and heat
pressure control:
Since cooling towers are used in conjunction
with water cooled condensers, the available
condenser water temperature available shall
be at least 5 ˚F above the ambient wet bulb
temperature. For example if the ambient wet bulb
temperature is 80 ˚F, a properly sized tower will
provide 85 ˚F Condenser water temperatures.
For proper operation of a reciprocating water
cooled chiller, it is necessary to maintain a
condenser leaving water
temperature not lower than 85 ˚F. This means
that a method of head pressure control such as
controlling cooling
tower fan via a thermostat or using a condenser
water regulating valve in order to control the
condenser water flow rate shall be employed.
Air cooled chiller (ANCH-A) series:
ANCH-A units require the use of remotely located
air cooled condensers. The column headed QC in
the performance
data tables show the required THR capacity at
each condensing temperature condition. Refer to
the Azar Nasim air cooled condenser catalogue
for an appropriate condenser selection.
Head pressure control and winter start in air
cooled chillers:
Air cooled condensers used with chillers must
always include an accurate method of controlling
the condensing pressure at 185 (psig) or higher.
It is also necessary to determine the minimum
outside air temperature at which the system will
be operated. At an ambient temperature below
55 ˚F, a winter start system should be furnished
with the condenser to enable the chiller to start
without any difficulty.
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Selection procedure
Water cooled models:
Given:
Water flow rate to be chilled = 110 GPm
Design chilled water range = 10˚F
Evaporator leaving water temp. = 45˚F
Design condenser water range = 10˚F
Condenser leaving water temp. = 95˚ F
From the corresponding performance data
table (Evap. Lvg. Water temp. = 45 ˚F) we select
unit ANCH-70-2-A, offering 52.2 tons at 120˚F
condensing temp. From the same table we
extract the evap water flow rate of 125 (GPM) and
PD of 17.2 (ft². in.wg) for ΔT = 10 ˚F.
Determine unit model and size:
Required cooling capacity:
We can also extract the condenser THR capacity
of 808.7 MBH. With this valve, refer to Azar Nasim
air cooled condenser catalogue and selected the
required unit or units.
Qe = GPM × Chilled water range = 110 × 10 =
24
24
45.83 tons of refrigeration
From the corresponding performance data
table (Evap. Lvg water temp. = 45 ˚F) we select
unit ANCH-60-2-W, offering 46.3 tons at 95 ˚F
condenser leaving water temperature. From the
same table we extract the evap. Water flow rate
of 110.8 GPM and P.D. of 12.8 (ft² .in.wg) for ΔT =
10 ˚F.
We can also determine the condenser water flow
rate of 135.1 (GPM) and PD of 7.1 (ft² .in.wg),
which the condenser (GPM) valve given above ,
refer to Azar Nasim cooling tower catalogue and
select the required unit or units.
Air cooled models:
Given:
Water flow rate to be chilled = 110 GPM
Design chilled water range = 10 ˚F
Evaporator leaving water temp. = 45 ˚F
Design condensing temp. = 120 ˚F
Ambient temp. = 100 ˚F
Determine unit model and Size:
Required cooling capacity:
Qe = GPM × Chilled water range = 110 × 10 =
24
24
45.83 tons of refrigeration
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All Compressor Models Dimensions
Table 1
Dimensions
Model
A
B
C
D
L
W
H
W1
H1
D.L
L.L
AN CH 5 - 1
W,A
700
2×1½”
1500
1½”
1700
600
1150
650
1000
⅝”
⅝”
AN CH 10 - 1
W,A
700
2×2”
1500
2”
1700
600
1250
650
1100
1⅛”
⅞”
AN CH 15 - 1
W,A
700
2×2”
1800
2”
2000
600
1300
650
1100
1⅛”
⅞”
AN CH 20 - 1
W,A
700
2×2½”
1800
2½”
2000
600
1300
650
1100
1⅛”
⅞”
AN CH 25 - 1
W,A
700
2×2½”
2300
2½”
2500
600
1300
650
1100
1⅛”
1⅛”
AN CH 30 - 1
W,A
1000
2×2½”
2300
3”
2500
600
1300
650
1100
1⅜”
1⅛”
AN CH 35 - 1
W,A
1000
2×2½”
2300
3”
2500
600
1300
650
1100
1⅜”
1⅛”
AN CH 40 - 1
W,A
1000
2×3”
2300
3”
2500
600
1450
650
1250
1⅜”
1⅛”
AN CH 50 - 1
W,A
1000
2×3”
2300
3”
2500
600
1650
700
1400
1⅝”
1⅜”
AN CH 60 - 1
W,A
1000
2×3”
2300
3”
2500
600
1650
700
1400
1⅝”
1⅜”
AN CH 30 - 2
W,A
1400
4×2”
2300
3”
2500
750
1350
850
1150
2×1⅛”
2×⅞”
AN CH 40 - 2
W,A
1400
4×2½”
2300
3”
2500
750
1400
850
1200
2×1⅛”
2×⅞”
AN CH 50 - 2
W,A
1400
4×2½”
2300
3”
2500
750
1400
850
1200
2×1⅛”
2×1⅛”
AN CH 60 - 2
W,A
1400
4×2½”
2711
3”
2900
750
1400
850
1200
2×1⅜”
2×1⅛”
AN CH 70 - 2
W,A
1400
4×2½”
2711
4”
2900
750
1450
850
1250
2×1⅜”
2×1⅛”
AN CH 80 - 2
W,A
1400
4×3”
2711
4”
2900
750
1500
850
1300
2×1⅜”
2×1⅛”
AN CH 100 - 2
W,A
1500
4×3”
2711
5”
2900
850
1800
950
1550
2×1⅝”
2×1⅜”
AN CH 120 - 2
W,A
1500
4×3”
2711
5”
2900
850
1800
950
1550
2×1⅝”
2×1⅜”
AN CH 60 - 3
W,A
1800
2811
3”
3000
800
1450
900
1200
AN CH 75 - 3
W,A
1800
2811
4”
3000
850
1500
950
1200
AN CH 90 - 3
W,A
1800
3311
4”
3500
850
1500
950
1200
AN CH 105 - 3
W,A
1800
3111
5”
3200
850
1600
950
1300
AN CH 120 - 3
W,A
1800
4×3”
3311
5”
3500
900
1650
1000
1300
AN CH 150 - 3
W,A
2050
3311
5”
3500
950
1850
1050
1500
AN CH 180 - 3
W,A
2050
2×4”
2×3”
2×4”
2×3”
3811
6”
4000
1000
1900
1100
1500
AN CH 80 - 4
W,A
2250
4×3”
3300
5"
3500
800
150
900
1250
2×1⅝”
2×1⅛”
AN CH 100 - 4
W,A
2250
4×3”
3300
5"
3500
900
155
1000
1300
2×1⅝”
2×1⅜”
AN CH 120 - 4
W,A
3300
5"
3500
900
155
1000
1300
2×2⅛”
2×1⅜”
AN CH 140 - 4
W,A
3300
5"
3500
900
170
1000
1350
2×2⅛”
2×1⅜”
AN CH 160 - 4
W,A
3300
5"
3500
1000
180
1100
1400
2×2⅛”
2×1⅜”
AN CH 200 - 4
W,A
3800
6"
4000
1000
190
1100
1550
2×2⅝”
4×1⅜”
AN CH 240 - 4
W,A
4300
6"
4600
1100
200
1200
1550
2×2⅝”
4×1⅜”
2250
2250
2250
2600
2600
2×3”
4×2½”
2×3”
4×2½”
2×3”
4×2½”
2×3”
4×2⅛”
4×3”
4×3”
4×3”
4×4”
4×4”
1⅛”
1⅜”
1⅛”
1⅝”
1⅜”
1⅝”
1⅜”
1⅛”
1⅜”
2⅛”
1⅝”
2⅝”
1⅝”
2⅝”
⅞”
1⅛”
1⅛”
1⅜”
1⅛”
1⅜”
1⅛”
1⅜”
1⅛”
1⅜”
3×1⅜”
3×1⅜”
Note: For air cooled models, discharge & liquid line sizes are based on a maximum distance of 15 meters between chiller & air
cooled condenser.
D.L = Discharge Line
L.L = Liquid Line
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Dimensions for All Compressors Models
C
Y
H
B
A
L
W
VIEW = Y
D
X
C
H1
D L
L L
A
W1
L
VIEW = X
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PERFORMANCE DATA; FOR Water COOLED CHILLERS
EVAPORATOR LEAVING WATER TEMP. = 42˚(F)
Condenser Leaving Water Temperature (°F)
Table 2
85
Model
QE
WC
105
95
Evap.
Cond.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
QE
WC
Evap.
Cond.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
QE
WC
Evap.
Cond.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Tons KW GPM PD GPM PD Tons KW GPM PD GPM PD Tons KW GPM PD GPM PD
AN CH 5 1 W
5.2
4.0
12.4
2.8
15.5
2.5
4.7
4.4
11.2
1.6
14.4
2.3
4.3
4.8
10.3
1.3
13.7
2.1
AN CH 10 1 W
9.7
7.1
23.2
2.8
27.8
5.9
9.0
7.9
21.6
2.5
26.7
5.5
8.4
8.4
20.1
2.2
25.6
5.1
AN CH15 1 W
12.7
9.4
30.4
3.4
36.5
5.0
11.9 10.3 28.5
3.0
35.2
4.6
11.1 11.2 26.6
2.1
34.0
4.2
AN CH 20 1 W
15.4 10.9 36.9
3.3
44.1
5.9
14.2 11.8 34.0
2.9
42.7
5.5
13.7
12.7 32.8
2.7
41.3
5.1
AN CH 25 1 W
19.3 13.8 46.2
4.0
55.1
9.2
18.1 15.1 36.2
3.5
53.3
8.6 17.1 16.4 40.9
3.1
51.7
8.0
AN CH 30 1 W
23.1 17.0 55.3
5.3
66.3
7.1
21.7 18.3 52.0
4.6
63.9
6.6
4.0
61.8
6.0
AN CH 35 1 W
28.7 21.4 68.7
8.2
82.9
5.2
27.0 23.3 64.6
7.4
80.2
4.7 25.2
25.5 60.3
6.5
77.4
4.2
AN CH 40 1 W
32.8 25.7 78.5
5.7
95.0
4.6
30.8 27.5 73.7
4.7
91.6
4.2 28.9
29.8 69.2
4.0
88.6
3.8
AN CH 50 1 W
42.0 29.5 100.5 9.5 121.3 6.2
39.0 32.5 93.3
8.8 116.4 5.5 36.3
35.5 86.9
8.0 112.2 5.3
AN CH 60 1 W
49.0 36.0 117.3 7.5 142.6 8.0
44.8 38.6 107.3 6.5 132.9 7.2
42.9
43.0 102.7 5.5 131.5 6.4
AN CH 30 2 W
25.3 18.8
60.6
6.2
72.7
4.9
23.8 20.4 57.0
5.0
70.3
4.5
22.2
22.2 53.2
4.0
67.8
4.1
AN CH 40 2 W
30.7 21.8 73.5
5.3
87.4
5.8
28.9 23.4 69.0
4.3
84.4
5.4
27.2 25.4 65.1
3.6
81.8
5.0
AN CH 50 2 W
38.5 27.6 92.2
8.7 109.9 9.1
36.2 30.2 86.7
7.8 106.2 8.5
34.1 32.7 81.6
6.8 103.0 7.9
AN CH 60 2 W
46.2 34.2 110.6 13.2 132.5 7.1
43.4 36.7 103.9 12.0 127.7 6.6
40.8 39.6 97.7 11.1 123.6 6.0
AN CH 70 2 W
57.5 42.9 137.7 17.5 165.9 5.2
53.9 47.0 129.1 17.0 160.1 4.7
50.6 51.0 121.1 16.6 155.1 4.2
AN CH 80 2 W
65.0 51.2 155.6 16.5 188.4 4.5
61.0 54.9 146.1 16.1 181.5 4.1 57.2
AN CH 100 2 W
84.0 53.0 201.1 14.5 242.0 6.1
78.4 64.5 187.7 13.3 233.7 5.5
73.0 71.0 174.0 12.5 224.7 5.3
AN CH 120 2 W
98.2 71.0 235.1 14.9 285.0 8.0
89.6 77.2 214.5 11.6 269.1 7.2
85.9 85.9 205.6 10.5 266.5 6.4
AN CH 60 3 W
46.0 32.7 110.1 12.7 131.1 5.8
43.4
AN CH 75 3 W
57.2 41.3 137.0 16.5 163.3 9.1
53.7 45.2 128.6 14.7 157.8 8.5
50.6 48.9 121.1 13.0 153.0 7.9
AN CH 90 3 W
69.2 51.1 165.7 14.0 197.2 7.1
65.1 54.9 155.9 12.4 190.0 6.6
61.2 59.3 146.5 11.0 183.9 6.0
AN CH 105 3 W
86.3 64.1 206.6 14.0 246.7 5.2
80.7 70.2 193.2 12.3 238.0 4.7
75.8 76.2 181.5 10.8 230.4 4.2
AN CH 120 3 W
95.7 75.2 229.1 18.0 275.4 4.5
89.8 81.4 215.0 16.3 265.8 4.1 83.8 88.3 200.6 14.4 256.4 3.7
AN CH 150 3 W
124.7 88.5 298.5 18.3 360.8 6.1 116.2 97.2 278.2 15.7 347.1 5.5 108.1 106.5 258.8 13.8 334.6 5.3
AN CH 180 3 W
145.8 106.8 349.0 19.0 424.0 8.0 134.6 115.8 322.3 15.5 403.0 7.2 128.0 127.5 306.4 13.2 397.2 6.4
4.5
35.1 103.9 11.7 126.6 5.4
57.3 46.7 137.2 13.3 166.2
4.1
20.4 19.8 48.8
40.9
59.3 137.0 15.5 175.5 3.7
38.2 97.9 10.7 122.8 5.0
50.6 129.3 11.9 161.1 3.7
AN CH 80 4 W
60.9 43.3 145.8 15.0 172.3
AN CH 100 4 W
76.9 55.1 184.1 8.5 218.0 6.1
72.3 60.3 173.1 7.8 210.7 5.5
68.1 65.2 163.0 6.9 204.3 5.3
AN CH 120 4 W
92.3 66.9 221.0 9.5 262.1
86.5 73.1 207.1 8.4 252.8 7.2
81.4 78.9 194.9 7.4 244.7 6.4
AN CH 140 4 W
115.0 85.4 275.3 17.8 328.8 6.4 108.3 93.1 258.6 16.9 317.7 5.8 101.0 101.6 241.8 15.8 307.0 5.3
AN CH 160 4 W
127.4 100.5 305.0 15.3 367.2
AN CH 200 4 W
165.8 117.7 397.0 16.1 479.8 9.7 154.8 130.0 370.6 14.0 462.7 9.0 144.0 141.6 344.7 11.5 445.6 8.6
AN CH 240 4 W
194.3 142.0 465.1 16.8 565.0 9.8 179.0 154.5 428.6 13.4 537.2 9.1 171.0 171.2 409.4 11.8 529.2 8.7
8
8
54.0
119.9 108.4 287.1 13.4 355.0 7.5 111.8 117.7 267.7 11.7 342.3 6.9
QE = Actual Evaporator Cooling Capacity. [1 tons of ref. = 12000 BTU / HR]
WC = Compressor Motor- Power Input at 380
V, 3Ø, 50 Hz
PD = Water Pressure Drop [Ft. WG] W.F.D. = Water Flow Data
35
PERFORMANCE DATA; FOR AIR COOLED CHILLERS
EVAPORATOR LEAVING WATER TEMP. = 42˚(F)
Condensing Temperature (°F)
Table 3
115
Model
QE WC QC
120
Cond.
QE WC QC
Cond.
QE WC QC
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
135
125
Cond.
QE WC QC
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Cond.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Tons
KW
MBH
GPM
PD
Tons
KW
MBH
GPM
PD
Tons
KW
MBH
GPM
PD
Tons
KW
MBH
GPM
PD
AN CH 5 1 A
4.3
4.8
61.2
10.2
1.4
4.1
5.0
59.1
9.8
1.2
4.0
5.2
57.0
9.6
1.2
3.6
5.6
53.4
8.6
1.0
AN CH 10 1 A
8.4
8.9
128.5
20.1
2.2
8.1
9.1
125.4
19.4
2.1
7.8
9.4
122.4
18.7
2.0
7.1
10.0
116.5
17.0
1.7
AN CH15 1 A
11.3
11.7
172.0
27.1
2.2
10.9
12.1
168.5
26.1
2.0
10.5
14.5
165.0
25.1
1.7
9.7
13.3
158.0
23.2
1.4
AN CH 20 1 A
14.1
13.5
210.7
33.5
2.8
13.6
14.1
206.7
32.6
2.6
13.1
14.6
202.7
31.4
2.4
12.2
15.5
194.6
29.2
2.1
AN CH 25 1 A
17.5
17.3
263.5
41.9
3.2
16.9
18.0
258.6
40.5
3.0
16.3
18.6
253.5
39.0
2.8
15.2
19.7
243.2
36.4
2.5
AN CH 30 1 A
20.8
20.9
314.8
49.8
4.2
20.1
21.7
308.4
48.1
3.9
19.4
22.4
301.8
46.5
3.6
17.9
23.6
288.5
42.9
3.1
AN CH 35 1 A
25.9
27.0
394.7
62.0
6.6
25.0
28.0
387.1
59.9
6.1
24.1
29.0
379.5
57.7
5.7
22.4
30.9
364.3
53.6
5.1
AN CH 40 1 A
29.4
31.5
450.8
70.4
4.3
28.4
32.6
441.8
68.0
4.0
27.3
33.7
432.7
65.4
3.7
25.2
35.8
414.5
60.3
3.2
AN CH 50 1 A
37.8
36.9
570.1
90.5
8.2
36.4
38.2
558.7
87.2
8.0
35.0
39.5
546.1
83.8
7.8
32.3
41.9
521.4
77.3
7.4
AN CH 60 1 A
43.7
45.5
669.7 104.6
5.8
42.0
44.1
654.6 100.6
5.6
40.3
48.6
638.9
96.5
5.4
36.5
50.5
598.8
87.4
5.0
AN CH 30 2 A
22.7
23.5
354.7
54.4
4.4
22.0
24.3
338.8
52.7
4.2
21.1
25.1
331.8
50.5
4.0
19.6
26.7
317.7
46.9
3.7
AN CH 40 2 A
27.9
27.0
417.5
66.8
3.8
26.9
28.0
409.6
64.4
3.5
26.0
29.0
401.6
62.3
3.2
24.2
30.8
385.6
57.9
2.7
AN CH 50 2 A
34.9
34.6
525.3
83.6
7.0
33.7
35.9
515.4
80.7
6.7
32.5
37.1
505.3
77.8
6.4
30.2
39.3
484.9
72.3
5.9
AN CH 60 2 A
41.6
41.9
629.3
99.6
10.4
40.2
43.3
616.5
96.3
11.0
38.7
44.7
603.5
92.7
10.6
35.8
47.3
576.9
85.7
10.0
AN CH 70 2 A
51.9
54.0
790.5 124.3
16.8
50.1
56.1
775.4 120.0
16.4
48.3
58.0
760.1 115.6
16.0
44.7
61.7
729.7 107.0
15.3
AN CH 80 2 A
58.1
62.8
893.3 139.1
15.8
56.0
65.0
875.4 134.1
15.4
53.9
67.2
857.4 129.1
15.0
49.9
71.2
821.3 119.5
14.2
AN CH 100 2 A
75.0
74.3 1139.0 179.6
13.3
72.4
77.0 1117.0 173.3
12.8
69.6
79.6 1091.0 166.6
12.3
64.6
84.5 1046.0 154.7
11.4
AN CH 120 2 A
87.0
90.9 1336.0 208.3
12.0
83.7
94.1 1306.0 200.4
11.4
80.1
97.0 1272.0 191.8
10.8
72.7
102.0 1199.0 174.1
9.7
AN CH 60 3 A
41.7
40.5
626.4
99.8
11.1
40.3
42.0
614.6
96.5
10.6
38.9
43.5
602.7
93.1
10.1
36.2
46.2
578.8
86.7
8.8
AN CH 75 3 A
51.6
51.8
780.3 123.5
13.6
49.9
53.6
765.7 119.5
12.7
48.1
55.4
750.7 115.2
12.0
44.7
58.8
720.5 107.0
10.4
AN CH 90 3 A
61.8
62.6
936.1 148.0
11.1
59.6
64.8
917.1 142.7
10.4
57.4
66.9
897.7 137.4
9.7
53.1
70.7
858.2 127.1
8.5
AN CH 105 3 A
76.8
80.8 1174.0 183.9
11.1
74.2
83.8 1152.0 177.7
10.3
71.5
86.7 1129.0 171.2
9.5
66.3
92.2 1084.0 158.7
8.0
AN CH 120 3 A
84.4
93.2 1305.0 202.1
14.6
81.3
96.5 1279.0 194.7
13.7
78.3
99.6 1252.0 187.5
12.8
72.3
105.4 1199.0 173.1
11.0
AN CH 150 3 A
112.4 112.6 1710.0 269.1
13.4
108.2 116.6 1672.0 259.1
12.6
104.0 120.5 1636.0 249.0
11.8
96.9
127.7 1574.0 232.0
11.1
AN CH 180 3 A
130.1 135.4 1996.0 311.5
14.0
125.0 140.1 1951.0 299.3
13.6
120.0 145.0 1905.0 287.3
12.0
108.5 151.5 1788.0 259.8
10.0
AN CH 80 4 A
54.4
53.7
816.6 130.2
12.1
52.7
55.7
801.5 126.2
11.4
50.9
57.6
786.1 121.9
10.7
47.3
61.2
755.2 113.3
9.2
AN CH 100 4 A
68.9
69.0 1036.0 165.0
7.1
66.6
71.6 1017.0 159.5
6.6
64.3
74.0
996.9 154.0
6.1
59.8
78.4
957.1 143.2
5.2
AN CH 120 4 A
82.1
83.4 1238.0 196.6
7.5
79.2
86.3 1213.0 189.6
6.9
76.4
89.1 1188.0 182.9
6.3
70.7
94.1 1136.0 169.3
5.4
AN CH 140 4 A
102.4 108.0 1556.0 245.2
16.0
98.8
111.7 1527.0 236.6
15.4
95.3
115.6 1497.0 228.2
14.8
88.4
122.8 1438.0 211.7
13.7
AN CH 160 4 A
112.6 124.3 1733.0 269.6
11.9
108.6 128.7 1698.0 260.0
11.0
104.5 132.9 1664.0 250.2
10.1
96.7
140.6 1594.0 231.5
8.4
AN CH 200 4 A
149.2 150.5 2275.0 357.2
12.7
144.5 155.9 2236.0 346.0
12.2
139.0 161.1 2188.0 332.8
11.7
128.2 170.8 2081.0 306.1
10.7
AN CH 240 4 A
173.0 181.0 2652.0 414.2
14.4
167.0 187.4 2608.0 399.8
13.1
162.2 192.4 2568.0 389.3
12.0
145.0 202.6 2392.0 347.2
10.0
QE = Actual Evaporator Cooling Capacity. [1 tons of ref. = 12000 BTU/HR]
WC = Compressor Motor-Power Input at 380 V, 3Ø, 50 Hz
PD = Water Pressure Drop [Ft. WG]
QC = Condenser total heat - rejection {MBH = 1000 BTU/HR}
W.F.D. = Water Flow Data
36
PERFORMANCE DATA; FOR Water COOLED CHILLERS
EVAPORATOR LEAVING WATER TEMP. = 44˚(F)
Condenser Leaving Water Temperature (°F)
Table 4
85
Model
QE
WC
105
95
Evap.
Cond.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
QE
WC
Evap.
Cond.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
QE
WC
Evap.
Cond.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Tons KW GPM PD GPM PD Tons KW GPM PD GPM PD Tons KW GPM PD GPM PD
AN CH 5 1 W
5.3
4.4
12.7
1.9
15.6
2.6
4.9
4.5
11.7
1.7
15.0
2.7
4.6
4.9
11.0
1.5
13.9
2.5
AN CH 10 1 W
9.9
7.3
23.7
2.9
28.4
6.1
9.3
7.9
22.2
2.6
27.3
5.7
8.6
8.5
20.6
2.3
26.2
5.5
AN CH15 1 W
13.2
9.5
31.6
3.6
37.6
5.2
12.4
10.4
29.6
3.2
36.4
4.8
11.6
11.2
27.8
2.2
35.2
4.5
AN CH 20 1 W
16.0
10.9
38.4
3.5
45.4
6.1
15.1
11.9
36.2
3.0
44.0
5.7
14.2
12.8
34.0
2.6
42.5
5.3
AN CH 25 1 W
20.1
13.9
48.2
4.2
57.1
9.6
19.0
15.1
45.5
3.8
55.3
9.0
17.9
16.5
42.7
3.4
53.6
8.5
AN CH 30 1 W
24.1
17.2
57.6
5.7
68.7
7.4
22.7
18.7
54.2
5.0
66.4
6.9
21.3
20.0
51.0
4.4
64.1
6.4
AN CH 35 1 W
29.9
21.5
71.5
9.1
85.7
5.5
28.2
23.5
67.4
8.3
83.0
5.0
26.3
25.7
63.0
7.3
80.2
4.8
AN CH 40 1 W
34.2
25.8
82.0
6.0
98.6
5.0
32.1
27.8
76.9
5.1
95.0
4.6
30.2
30.1
72.3
4.4
91.9
4.3
AN CH 50 1 W
43.2
29.6
103.6
10.1
124.7
7.0
41.0
32.5
98.2
9.5
120.6
6.4
38.2
36.0
91.4
9.0
117.1
6.0
AN CH 60 1 W
51.5
36.0
123.3
8.5
148.6
8.6
48.5
39.8
116.1
7.5
143.9
8.2
44.8
43.4
107.2
6.5
137.2
7.9
AN CH 30 2 W
26.4
19.0
63.2
6.6
75.4
5.2
24.8
20.7
59.4
5.6
72.8
4.8
23.2
22.5
55.6
4.8
70.4
4.5
AN CH 40 2 W
32.0
21.9
76.6
6.1
90.5
6.0
30.1
23.8
72.1
5.1
87.6
5.6
28.3
25.7
67.9
4.4
84.7
5.2
AN CH 50 2 W
40.0
27.7
95.8
9.0
113.5
9.4
37.7
30.2
90.3
8.0
109.9
8.8
35.4
33.0
84.8
7.0
106.4
8.3
AN CH 60 2 W
48.2
34.4
115.4
13.8
137.4
7.4
45.3
36.5
108.5
12.6
132.8
6.9
42.6
40.1
102.1
11.6
128.3
6.4
AN CH 70 2 W
59.7
43.1
142.9
18.0
171.2
5.5
56.3
46.9
134.8
17.4
165.8
5.0
52.6
51.4
125.9
16.7
160.1
4.8
AN CH 80 2 W
67.1
51.5
160.7
17.0
193.5
4.8
62.9
55.3
150.6
16.6
186.5
4.4
59.0
59.9
141.3
16.0
180.4
4.1
AN CH 100 2 W
86.5
59.2
207.0
15.2
248.0
7.0
81.8
64.9
195.8
13.8
241.2
6.4
76.3
71.6
182.6
19.5
233.7
6.3
AN CH 120 2 W
102.6
79.3
245.6
14.5
296.5
8.6
96.0
79.8
229.8
13.0
286.2
8.2
89.6
86.7
214.5
11.5
275.3
73.9
AN CH 60 3 W
48.0
32.8
114.9
13.1
135.8
6.0
45.3
35.7
108.5
12.1
131.7
5.6
42.7
38.4
102.2
11.0
127.3
5.2
AN CH 75 3 W
59.6
41.5
142.7
17.1
169.3
9.4
56.3
45.2
134.8
15.5
164.1
8.8
52.8
49.4
126.4
13.9
158.7
8.3
AN CH 90 3 W
72.0
51.4
172.4
14.5
203.9
7.4
67.7
55.2
162.1
12.9
196.7
6.9
63.7
59.9
152.5
11.5
190.3
6.4
AN CH 105 3 W
89.5
64.3
214.3
14.5
254.7
5.5
84.0
70.2
201.6
13.0
246.4
5.0
78.7
76.9
188.4
11.6
237.9
4.8
AN CH 120 3 W
100.0
75.7
239.4
18.7
285.7
4.8
94.9
82.0
227.2
17.1
278.1
4.4
87.8
89.4
210.2
14.8
266.4
4.1
AN CH 150 3 W
129.0
89.0
308.8
19.0
371.5
7.0
121.8
97.6
291.6
17.5
360.2
6.4
113.6
107.5
272.0
15.8
348.4
6.0
AN CH 180 3 W
153.5
107.4
367.5
19.8
443.1
8.6
149.0
119.8
356.7
18.5
441.2
8.2
133.5
130.0
319.6
15.0
412.2
7.9
AN CH 80 4 W
63.7
43.5
152.5
16.2
179.2
4.8
60.0
47.0
143.7
14.4
172.9
4.4
56.6
51.2
135.5
12.9
267.6
4.1
AN CH 100 4 W
80.2
55.4
192.0
9.3
226.0
7.0
75.8
60.3
181.5
8.6
219.0
6.4
71.2
65.9
170.5
7.7
211.9
6.0
AN CH 120 4 W
96.1
68.5
230.1
10.3
272.1
8.6
90.9
73.2
217.6
9.4
263.2
8.2
85.0
79.9
203.5
8.2
254.0
7.9
AN CH 140 4 W
119.4
85.8
285.9
18.5
339.5
6.7
112.4
93.6
269.1
17.6
328.4
6.2
105.0
102.6
251.4
16.4
317.2
5.6
AN CH 160 4 W
133.2
101.2
318.9
16.6
381.4
8.2
125.5
109.5
300.5
14.7
368.9
7.6
117.1
119.2
280.4
12.9
355.8
7.1
AN CH 200 4 W
171.5
118.5
410.6
16.7
493.3
10.4
162.0
130.0
387.8
15.2
479.8
9.8
151.2
143.5
362.0
13.5
442.0
8.5
AN CH 240 4 W
204.0
144.5
488.4
17.5
590.0
10.8
196.0
159.8
457.3
15.5
570.0
10.0
177.5
173.5
425.0
12.9
548.6
9.3
QE = Actual Evaporator Cooling Capacity. [1 tons of ref. = 12000 BTU/HR]
WC = Compressor Motor-Power Input at 380 V, 3Ø, 50 Hz
PD = Water Pressure Drop [Ft. WG]
W.F.D. = Water Flow Data
37
PERFORMANCE DATA; FOR AIR COOLED CHILLERS
EVAPORATOR LEAVING WATER TEMP. = 44˚(F)
Condensing Temperature (°F)
Table 5
115
Model
QE
WC QC
125
120
Evap.
QE
WC QC
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Evap.
QE
WC QC
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
135
Evap.
QE
WC QC
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Evap.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Tons
KW
MBH GPM
PD
Tons
KW
MBH GPM
PD
Tons
KW
MBH GPM
PD
Tons
KW
MBH GPM
PD
AN CH 5 1 A
4.4
4.9
62.2
10.5
1.5
4.3
5.1
60.0
10.2
1.3
4.2
5.2
59.0
10.0
1.2
3.7
5.7
54.9
8.9
1.1
AN CH 10 1 A
8.6
8.9
131.9
20.6
2.3
8.3
9.3
128.8
19.9
2.2
7.9
9.6
125.7
18.9
2.1
7.3
10.1
119.8
17.5
1.8
AN CH15 1 A
11.7
11.9
178.2
28.0
2.2
11.3
12.4
174.7
27.1
2.0
10.9
12.8
171.2
26.1
1.7
10.1
13.6
164.1
24.2
1.4
AN CH 20 1 A
14.3
13.6
215.5
34.2
2.6
13.9
14.2
211.5
33.3
2.4
13.4
14.7
207.4
32.1
2.2
12.5
15.7
199.3
29.9
2.0
AN CH 25 1 A
18.0
17.5
271.6
43.1
3.4
17.4
18.2
266.5
41.7
3.2
16.8
18.8
261.4
40.3
3.0
15.6
20.0
250.9
37.4
2.6
AN CH 30 1 A
21.5
21.2
324.6
51.5
4.5
20.7
22.0
318.2
49.6
4.2
19.9
22.7
311.5
47.7
4.0
18.4
24.0
298.0
44.1
3.5
AN CH 35 1 A
26.6
27.3
406.3
63.7
7.4
25.7
28.4
398.7
61.5
6.9
24.8
29.4
390.9
59.4
6.4
23.0
31.3
375.5
55.1
5.8
AN CH 40 1 A
30.3
32.9
389.7
72.5
4.4
29.2
33.1
456.4
69.9
4.1
28.1
34.2
447.2
67.3
3.8
26.0
36.4
428.8
62.3
3.1
AN CH 50 1 A
39.0
37.4
587.4
93.4
8.9
37.6
38.8
574.6
90.9
8.6
36.2
40.1
561.7
86.7
8.3
33.4
42.6
536.3
80.0
7.8
AN CH 60 1 A
45.3
46.1
690.6 108.9
6.7
43.6
47.8
675.5 104.4
6.2
41.8
49.3
658.7 100.1
5.8
37.9
51.8
620.2
90.8
5.0
AN CH 30 2 A
23.4
23.9
357.2
56.0
5.0
22.6
24.7
350.2
54.1
4.7
21.8
25.6
343.2
52.2
4.4
20.2
27.2
329.0
48.4
3.9
AN CH 40 2 A
28.6
27.3
429.7
68.5
4.5
27.6
28.3
421.8
66.1
4.2
26.7
29.4
413.7
63.9
3.9
24.8
31.3
397.5
59.4
3.3
AN CH 50 2 A
35.7
35.0
539.6
85.5
7.1
34.5
36.3
529.5
82.6
6.8
33.3
37.6
519.3
79.7
6.5
30.9
39.9
498.5
74.0
5.9
AN CH 60 2 A
42.8
42.4
649.3 102.5
11.7
41.3
44.0
636.4
98.9
11.2
39.8
45.4
623.1
95.3
10.7
36.8
48.1
596.1
88.1
9.7
AN CH 70 2 A
42.6
54.6
812.0 125.9
16.7
50.7
56.7
797.0 121.4
16.2
48.9
58.8
781.9 117.1
15.7
45.4
62.6
751.6 108.7
15.0
AN CH 80 2 A
59.2
63.4
913.2 141.7
16.1
57.1
65.7
895.2 136.7
15.7
54.9
67.9
876.9 131.4
15.2
50.8
72.1
840.6 121.6
14.2
AN CH 100 2 A
78.6
75.0 1182.0 188.2
14.0
75.7
77.8 1157.0 181.2
13.5
72.8
80.5 1131.0 174.3
13.0
67.2
85.5 1080.0 160.9
12.0
AN CH 120 2 A
89.9
92.1 1375.0 215.2
13.1
86.5
95.4 1345.0 207.1
12.5
82.9
98.5 1311.0 198.5
12.0
75.3
103.4 1236.0 180.3
11.0
AN CH 60 3 A
42.9
40.9
645.4 102.7
11.1
41.5
42.5
633.5
99.4
10.6
40.0
44.1
621.4
95.8
10.0
37.3
47
AN CH 75 3 A
53.1
52.4
805.0 127.1
14.0
51.3
54.4
789.8 122.8
13.7
49.5
56.2
774.4 118.5
13.4
46.0
AN CH 90 3 A
63.9
63.4
963.1 153.0
11.6
61.6
65.7
943.6 147.5
11.0
59.4
67.8
923.6 142.2
10.4
AN CH 105 3 A
79.3
81.7 1206.0 189.9
11.8
76.5
85.2 1183.0 183.2
11.0
73.8
87.8 1160.0 176.7
AN CH 120 3 A
87.8
94.6 1349.0 210.2
14.8
84.6
98.0 1322.0 202.6
13.8
81.5
AN CH 150 3 A
117.9 112.5 1775.0 282.3
15.0
113.5 116.7 1737.0 271.7
AN CH 180 3 A
135.0 138.2 2064.0 323.2
15.3
129.9 143.2 2019.0 311.0
597.2
89.3
8.9
59.7
743.0 110.1
10.8
54.9
71.8
883.0 131.4
9.2
10.2
68.4
93.5 1113.0 163.8
8.7
101.3 1295.0 195.1
12.8
75.3
107.4 1241.0 180.3
10.9
14.2
109.2 120.7 1698.0 261.5
13.4
100.8 128.3 1622.0 243.3
11.8
14.1
124.5 147.8 1969.0 298.1
13.0
112.8 155.2 1854.0 270.1
11.0
AN CH 80 4 A
56.7
54.4
850.0 135.8
13.0
54.8
56.5
834.2 131.2
12.2
52.9
58.5
818.1 126.7
11.4
49.3
62.3
785.8 118.0
9.9
AN CH 100 4 A
71.5
69.9 1075.0 171.2
7.8
69.1
72.5 1055.0 165.4
7.3
66.7
75.0 1034.0 159.7
6.8
62.0
79.7
992.0 148.0
5.9
AN CH 120 4 A
85.2
84.5 1285.0 204.0
8.3
82.2
87.6 1259.0 196.8
7.7
79.2
90.5 1233.0 189.6
7.1
73.3
95.8 1179.0 175.5
5.9
AN CH 140 4 A
105.6 108.9 1607.0 252.8
16.5
102.0 113.1 1577.0 244.2
15.9
98.3
117.1 1546.0 234.4
15.3
91.1 124.7 1484.0 218.1
14.1
AN CH 160 4 A
117.1 126.1 1801.0 280.4
12.9
112.9 130.7 1765.0 270.3
12.0
108.7 135.1 1729.0 260.3
11.1
100.5 143.3 1657.0 240.6
9.3
AN CH 200 4 A
156.4 149.8 2358.0 374.5
15.7
150.6 155.4 2307.0 360.6
15.2
144.9 160.7 2256.0 346.9
14.7
134.0 170.5 2157.0 320.8
137
AN CH 240 4 A
179.4 184.1 2746.0 429.5
14.1
172.6 190.8 2686.0 413.2
12.8
165.4 196.8 2619.0 396.0
11.5
149.9 206.8 2466.0 358.9
9.0
QE = Actual Evaporator Cooling Capacity. [1 tons of ref. = 12000 BTU/HR] WC = Compressor Motor Power Input at 380 V, 3Ø, 50 Hz
PD = Water Pressure Drop [Ft. WG]
QC = Condenser total heat- rejection {MBH = 1000 BTU/hr}
W.F.D. = Water Flow Data
38
PERFORMANCE DATA; FOR Water COOLED CHILLERS
EVAPORATOR LEAVING WATER TEMP. = 45˚(F)
Condenser Leaving Water Temperature (°F)
Table 6
85
Model
QE
WC
105
95
Evap.
Cond.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
QE
WC
Evap.
Cond.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
QE
WC
Evap.
Cond.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Tons KW GPM PD GPM PD Tons KW GPM PD GPM PD Tons KW GPM PD GPM PD
AN CH 5 1 W
AN CH 10 1 W
AN CH15 1 W
AN CH 20 1 W
AN CH 25 1 W
AN CH 30 1 W
AN CH 35 1 W
AN CH 40 1 W
AN CH 50 1 W
AN CH 60 1 W
AN CH 30 2 W
AN CH 40 2 W
AN CH 50 2 W
AN CH 60 2 W
AN CH 70 2 W
AN CH 80 2 W
AN CH 100 2 W
AN CH 120 2 W
AN CH 60 3 W
AN CH 75 3 W
AN CH 90 3 W
AN CH 105 3 W
AN CH 120 3 W
AN CH 150 3 W
AN CH 180 3 W
AN CH 80 4 W
AN CH 100 4 W
AN CH 120 4 W
AN CH 140 4 W
AN CH 160 4 W
AN CH 200 4 W
AN CH 240 4 W
QE = Actual Evaporator Cooling Capacity. [1 tons of ref. = 12000 BTU/HR]
WC = Compressor Motor Power Input at 380 V, 3Ø, 50 Hz
PD = Water Pressure Drop [Ft. WG]
W.F.D. = Water Flow Data
39
PERFORMANCE DATA; FOR AIR COOLED CHILLERS
EVAPORATOR LEAVING WATER TEMP. = 45˚(F)
Condensing Temperature (°F)
Table 7
115
Model
QE
WC
QC
125
120
Evap.
QE
WC
QC
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Evap.
QE
WC
QC
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
135
Evap.
QE
WC
QC
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Evap.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Tons
KW
MBH
GPM
PD
Tons
KW
MBH
GPM
PD
Tons
KW
MBH
GPM
PD
Tons
KW
MBH
GPM
PD
AN CH 5 1 A
4.5
4.9
63.4
10.7
1.4
4.4
5.1
61.0
10.5
1.3
4.3
5.3
60.0
10.2
1.3
3.8
5.7
55.8
9.1
1.2
AN CH 10 1 A
8.9
9.3
135.2 21.3
2.4
8.5
9.4
131.9 20.4
2.2
8.2
9.6
128.8 19.6
2.1
7.5
10.2 122.6 18.0
1.8
AN CH15 1 A
12.0
12.0 182.3 28.7
2.4
11.6
12.5 178.7 27.8
2.2
11.2
12.9 134.1 26.8
2.0
10.3
13.7 167.8 24.7
1.6
AN CH 20 1 A
14.7
13.7 219.6 35.2
2.7
14.2
14.3 215.5 34.0
2.5
13.7
14.8 211.3 32.8
2.3
12.7
15.8 203.0 30.4
2.0
AN CH 25 1 A
18.3
17.6 275.9 43.8
3.5
17.7
18.3 270.7 42.4
3.2
17.1
19.0 265.4 41.0
2.9
15.9
20.2 254.6 38.1
2.4
AN CH 30 1 A
22.0
21.4 331.2 52.7
5.0
21.2
22.1 324.5 50.8
4.7
20.4
22.9 317.6 48.8
4.4
18.9
24.3 303.7 45.3
3.9
AN CH 35 1 A
27.1
27.5 412.7 64.7
7.7
26.2
28.5 404.8 62.7
7.2
25.2
29.6 396.8 60.3
6.7
23.4
31.5 380.9 56.0
6.0
AN CH 40 1 A
31.0
32.1 474.7 74.2
5.1
29.9
33.3 465.4 71.6
4.8
29.0
34.3 457.6 69.4
4.5
26.7
36.7 437.0 63.9
4.0
AN CH 50 1 A
40.2
32.7 682.2 96.3
9.2
38.7
39.2 589.2 92.7
8.9
37.2
40.6 576.1 89.1
8.6
34.4
43.1 549.8 82.4
8.0
AN CH 60 1 A
46.4
46.4 704.8 111.1
7.1
44.7
48.2 689.8 107.0
6.7
42.6
46.7 673.1 102.7
6.3
39.0
52.3 634.6 93.4
5.5
AN CH 30 2 A
24.0
24.2 364.3 57.5
5.4
23.2
25.0 357.1 55.6
5.1
22.3
25.8 349.9 53.4
4.8
20.7
27.5 335.4 49.6
4.3
AN CH 40 2 A
29.3
27.4
438.1 70.2
5.1
28.3
28.5 429.9 67.8
4.8
27.3
29.6 421.6 65.4
4.5
25.4
31.5 404.9 60.8
3.8
AN CH 50 2 A
36.5
35.2 550.2 87.4
8.1
35.3
36.6 539.9 84.5
7.5
34.1
37.9 529.3 81.6
7.1
31.6
40.3 507.8 75.7
6.2
AN CH 60 2 A
43.7
42.7 660.2 104.6 11.7
42.2
44.2 646.9 101.0 11.2
40.6
45.7 633.3 97.2
10.7
37.6
48.5 605.5 90.0
9.7
AN CH 70 2 A
54.1
54.9 824.4 129.5 17.7
52.2
57.0 808.7 125.0 17.2
50.3
59.1 792.8 120.4 16.7
46.6
63.0 761.1 111.6 15.9
AN CH 80 2 A
60.7
63.8 931.9 145.3 16.7
58.5
66.2 913.4 140.1 16.3
56.3
68.5 894.8 134.8 16.0
52.1
72.8 857.6 124.7 15.2
AN CH 100 2 A
80.3
75.5 1206.0 192.3 14.0
77.4
78.4 1180.0 185.3 13.5
74.5
81.1 1154.0 178.4 13.0
68.8
86.3 1102.0 164.7 12.0
AN CH 120 2 A
92.5
92.8 1408.0 221.5 13.7
89.1
96.3 1378.0 213.3 13.0
85.5
99.4 1345.0 209.7 12.3
77.7 104.6 1268.0 186.0 11.0
AN CH 60 3 A
43.7
41.1 655.9 104.6 10.7
42.3
42.8 643.7 101.3 10.0
40.8
44.3 631.3 97.7
9.3
38.0
47.3 606.4 91.0
AN CH 75 3 A
54.4
52.8 821.1 130.2 14.7
52.6
54.8 805.7 125.9 14.0
50.7
56.7 790.0 121.4 13.3
47.1
60.3 758.1 112.8 12.0
AN CH 90 3 A
65.2
52.9 979.7 156.1 12.1
62.9
66.1 959.9 150.6 11.3
60.6
68.3 939.7 145.1 10.5
56.1
72.3 898.5 134.3
9.0
AN CH 105 3 A
80.8
82.1 1226.0 193.5 12.2
78.0
85.3 1202.0 168.8 11.4
75.2
88.4 1179.0 180.0 10.6
69.8
94.2 1132.0 167.1
9.0
AN CH 120 3 A
89.6
95.2 1373.0 214.5 15.5
86.4
98.6 1345.0 206.9 14.5
83.2 102.0 1318.0 199.2 13.5
AN CH 150 3 A
120.0 113.2 1804.0 287.3 15.6 115.8 117.5 1765.0 277.3 14.8 111.3 121.6 1726.0 266.5 14.0 102.8 129.2 1648.0 246.1 12.5
AN CH 180 3 A
137.7 139.0 2100.0 329.7 15.9 132.8 144.1 2056.0 318.0 14.7 127.3 148.8 2006.0 304.8 13.4 115.6 156.5 1891.0 276.8 10.0
8.0
77.0 108.3 1263.0 184.4 11.6
AN CH 80 4 A
58.1
54.7
867.0 139.1 13.5
56.1
56.8
851.0 134.3 12.7
54.2
58.9
834.6 129.8 12.0
50.4
62.8 801.8 120.7 10.4
AN CH 100 4 A
73.2
70.4 1097.0 175.3 8.0
70.7
73.1 1076.0 196.3 7.5
68.3
75.6 1055.0 163.5 7.0
63.5
80.4 1012.0 152.0
6.0
AN CH 120 4 A
87.0
85.0 1308.0 208.3 8.4
83.9
88.1 1281.0 200.9 7.8
80.9
91.1 1254.0 193.7 7.2
74.9
96.5 1199.0 179.3
6.0
AN CH 140 4 A
107.7 109.5 1633.6 257.9 16.9 104.0 113.7 1603.0 249.0 16.3 100.2 117.9 1571.0 239.9 15.7
92.9 125.6 1509.0 222.4 14.5
AN CH 160 4 A
120.1 127.1 1839.0 287.5 13.5 115.8 131.8 1803.0 277.3 12.6 111.5 136.3 1766.0 267.0 11.7 103.1 144.7 1693.0 246.8
AN CH 200 4 A
159.8 150.9 2404.0 382.6 16.0 154.2 156.6 2352.0 369.2 15.5 148.2 162.0 2300.0 354.8 15.0 136.9 172.3 2197.0 327.8 14.0
AN CH 240 4 A
183.8 185.4 2804.0 440.1 14.6 177.1 192.2 27450 424.0 13.3 169.9 198.5 2678.0 406.8 11.9 154.4 208.8 2525.0 369.7
QE = Actual Evaporator Cooling Capacity. [1 tons of ref. = 12000 BTU/HR]
WC = Compressor Motor Power Input at 380 V, 3Ø, 50 Hz
PD = Water Pressure Drop [Ft. WG]
QC = Condenser total heat - rejection {MBH = 1000 BTU/HR} W.F.D. = Water Flow Data
40
9.9
8.9
PERFORMANCE DATA; FOR Water COOLED CHILLERS
EVAPORATOR LEAVING WATER TEMP. = 46˚(F)
Condenser Leaving Water Temperature (°F)
Table 8
85
Model
QE
WC
95
Evap.
Cond.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
QE
WC
105
Evap.
Cond.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
QE
WC
Evap.
Cond.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Tons KW GPM PD GPM PD Tons KW GPM PD GPM PD Tons KW GPM PD GPM PD
AN CH 5 1 W
AN CH 10 1 W
AN CH15 1 W
AN CH 20 1 W
AN CH 25 1 W
AN CH 30 1 W
AN CH 35 1 W
AN CH 40 1 W
AN CH 50 1 W
AN CH 60 1 W
AN CH 30 2 W
AN CH 40 2 W
AN CH 50 2 W
AN CH 60 2 W
AN CH 70 2 W
AN CH 80 2 W
AN CH 100 2 W
AN CH 120 2 W
AN CH 60 3 W
AN CH 75 3 W
AN CH 90 3 W
AN CH 105 3 W
AN CH 120 3 W
AN CH 150 3 W
AN CH 180 3 W
AN CH 80 4 W
AN CH 100 4 W
AN CH 120 4 W
AN CH 140 4 W
AN CH 160 4 W
AN CH 200 4 W
AN CH 240 4 W
QE = Actual Evaporator Cooling Capacity. [1 tons of ref. = 12000 BTU/HR]
WC = Compressor Motor Power Input at 380 V, 3Ø, 50 Hz
PD = Water Pressure Drop [Ft. WG]
W.F.D. = Water Flow Data
41
PERFORMANCE DATA ; FOR AIR COOLED CHILLERS
EVAPORATOR LEAVING WATER TEMP. = 45˚(F)
Condensing Temperature (°F)
Table 9
115
Model
QE
WC
QC
125
120
Evap.
QE
WC
QC
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Evap.
QE
WC
QC
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
135
Evap.
QE
WC
QC
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Evap.
W.F.D.
�T=10°F]
Tons
KW
MBH
GPM
PD
Tons
KW
MBH
GPM
PD
Tons
KW
MBH
GPM
PD
Tons
KW
MBH
GPM
PD
AN CH 5 1 A
4.7
4.9
65.0
11.2
1.5
4.5
5.1
62.0
10.8
1.3
4.4
5.3
61.1
10.5
1.2
3.8
5.8
56.6
9.1
1.2
AN CH 10 1 A
9.1
9.1
137.4
21.8
2.5
8.7
9.4
134.2
20.8
2.3
8.3
9.7
131.0
19.9
2.1
7.7
10.3
124.7
18.4
1.8
AN CH15 1 A
12.1
12.1
183.2
29.0
2.5
11.7
12.5
179.6
28.0
2.3
11.2
12.9
176.0
26.8
2.0
10.4
13.8
168.7
24.9
1.5
AN CH 20 1 A
14.9
13.8
222.7
35.7
3.0
14.4
14.3
218.6
34.5
2.8
13.9
14.9
214.4
33.3
2.6
13.0
15.9
205.9
31.1
2.3
AN CH 25 1 A
18.7
17.7
280.4
44.8
3.7
18.1
18.4
275.1
43.3
3.4
17.4
19.1
269.8
41.7
3.1
16.2
20.3
258.6
38.8
2.6
AN CH 30 1 A
22.3
21.5
335.4
53.4
5.1
21.5
22.2
328.7
51.5
4.8
20.7
23.0
321.7
49.6
4.5
19.2
24.4
307.6
46.0
4.0
AN CH 35 1 A
27.2
27.5
413.4
65.1
9.2
26.2
28.6
405.5
62.7
8.7
25.3
29.6
397.6
60.6
8.3
23.4
31.6
381.6
56.0
7.6
AN CH 40 1 A
31.4
32.3
480.8
75.4
4.5
30.4
33.5
471.4
72.8
4.2
29.3
34.7
461.9
70.2
3.9
27.1
36.9
442.8
64.9
3.4
AN CH 50 1 A
40.9
38.0
611.6
97.9
9.4
39.4
39.4
598.4
94.3
9.1
37.9
40.8
585.1
90.7
8.8
35.0
43.4
558.8
83.8
8.2
AN CH 60 1 A
47.4
46.7
716.9 113.5
7.6
45.6
48.4
701.9 109.2
7.0
43.8
50.1
685.1 104.9
6.4
39.9
52.7
646.7
95.5
5.2
AN CH 30 2 A
24.5
24.2
370.9
58.7
5.4
23.6
25.1
363.7
56.5
5.0
22.9
25.9
357.7
54.8
4.6
21.1
27.7
341.7
50.5
4.0
AN CH 40 2 A
30.0
27.6
447.2
71.8
6.0
29.0
28.7
438.9
69.4
5.4
28.0
29.8
430.5
67.0
4.8
26.0
31.8
413.5
62.3
4.0
AN CH 50 2 A
37.4
35.4
561.2
89.5
7.6
36.1
36.8
550.6
86.4
7.1
34.9
38.2
539.9
83.6
6.7
32.4
40.6
518.0
77.6
5.8
AN CH 60 2 A
44.5
42.9
671.2 106.5
12.5
43.0
44.5
657.8 103.0
12.0
41.4
46.0
644.0
99.1
11.5
38.3
48.8
615.8
91.7
10.5
AN CH 70 2 A
55.2
55.2
837.7 132.2
18.8
53.2
57.4
821.8 127.4
18.2
51.3
59.5
805.8 122.8
17.9
47.6
63.5
773.7 114.0
16.7
AN CH 80 2 A
61.9
64.2
948.0 148.2
17.2
59.7
66.7
929.3 142.9
16.8
57.5
69.0
910.4 137.3
16.4
53.2
73.4
872.8 127.4
15.6
AN CH 100 2 A
80.6
75.6 1210.0 193.0
14.3
77.7
78.5 1184.0 186.6
13.8
74.8
81.2 1158.0 179.1
12.3
69.1
86.4 1106.0 165.4
11.2
AN CH 120 2 A
94.1
93.3 1441.0 225.3
14.2
90.7
96.7 1411.0 217.2
13.5
87.0
99.9 1378.0 208.3
12.7
79.2
105.7 1301.0 189.6
12.1
AN CH 60 3 A
44.6
36.2
550.0 106.8
11.3
43.1
43.0
655.1 103.2
10.7
41.7
44.6
642.5
99.8
10.1
8.38
47.6
617.3
92.9
8.8
AN CH 75 3 A
55.7
53.1
838.3 133.4
15.2
53.8
55.2
822.6 128.8
14.3
52.0
57.1
806.6 124.6
13.4
48.3
60.8
774.1 115.6
11.8
AN CH 90 3 A
66.3
64.1
904.5 158.7
12.6
64.0
66.5
974.5 153.2
11.8
61.7
68.7
954.0 147.7
11.0
57.1
72.8
912.3 136.7
4.9
AN CH 105 3 A
80.4
82.0 1220.0 192.5
10.8
77.6
85.2 1197.0 185.8
10.0
74.9
88.2 1174.0 179.3
9.2
69.4
94.0 1127.0 166.2
7.2
AN CH 120 3 A
91.7
95.8 1400.0 219.6
16.2
88.5
99.4 1373.0 211.9
15.2
85.2
102.8 1345.0 204.0
14.2
78.9
109.3 1290.0 188.9
12.3
AN CH 150 3 A
120.6 113.3 1810.0 288.7
16.4
116.1 117.6 1771.0 278.0
15.6
111.8 121.7 1731.0 267.7
14.8
103.2 129.4 1654.0 247.1
13.2
AN CH 180 3 A
139.6 134.5 2122.0 334.2
16.5
134.4 144.6 2078.0 321.5
15.2
129.0 149.4 2028.0 308.9
13.9
117.3 157.3 1863.0 280.8
10.9
AN CH 80 4 A
59.3
55.0
882.7 142.0
14.3
57.3
57.2
866.4 137.2
13.5
55.7
58.9
852.8 133.4
12.7
51.6
63.3
816.5 123.5
11.0
AN CH 100 4 A
74.4
70.7 1113.0 178.1
8.1
72.0
73.4 1092.0 172.4
7.6
69.5
76.1 1071.0 166.4
7.1
64.6
80.9 1028.0 154.7
6.1
AN CH 120 4 A
88.8
85.6 1332.0 212.6
8.9
85.7
88.7 1350.0 205.2
8.3
82.6
91.8 1278.0 197.8
7.7
76.5
97.3 1222.0 183.2
6.5
AN CH 140 4 A
107.3 109.3 1629.0 256.9
16.6
103.6 113.6 1598.0 248.0
16.0
99.9
117.7 1567.0 239.2
15.4
92.6
125.4 1505.0 221.7
14.2
AN CH 160 4 A
122.3 127.8 1864.0 288.0
14.2
118.0 132.6 1832.0 282.5
13.3
113.6 137.2 1795.0 272.0
12.4
105.2 145.7 1721.0 251.9
10.6
AN CH 200 4 A
161.1 151.2 2420.0 385.7
16.2
155.3 127.0 2368.0 371.8
15.7
149.4 162.5 2365.0 357.7
15.2
138.1 172.8 2214.0 330.6
14.2
AN CH 240 4 A
185.5 185.8 2824.0 445.2
15.2
178.7 192.7 2765.0 427.8
13.9
171.4 199.0 2698.0 410.4
12.5
155.9 209.5 2545.0 373.3
9.5
QE = Actual Evaporator Cooling Capacity. [1 tons of ref. = 12000 BTU/HR]
WC = Compressor Motor Power Input at 380 V, 3Ø, 50 Hz
PD = Water Pressure Drop [Ft. WG]
QC = Condenser total heat - rejection {MBH = 1000 BTU/hr}
W.F.D. = Water Flow Data
42
TECHNICAL DATA
Single Compressor Models
Table 10
AN CH 5 1
Model
Water
Air
15
10
Air
Cooled
Cooled
Cooled
Water
Air
Cooled
Cooled
Water
25
20
Air
Cooled
Cooled
AN CH 35 1
Water
Cooled
30
AN CH 50 1
AN CH 40 1
Water
Air
35
Water
Air
Cooled
Cooled
Air
Cooled
Cooled
Cooled
AN CH 60 1
Water
50
40
Air
Cooled
Cooled
60
7.5
14.3
17.1
19
22.9
22.2
25.7
27.8
32.2
31.8
37.1
43.7
50.8
48.3
55.8
65.9
75.7
79.1
90.4
FLA
7.2
8.4
16.3
19.6
21.8
26.4
25.3
29.2
31.5
36.6
36.6
42.6
49.8
58.2
54.9
63.7
73.5
85.7
88.6
103.2
MOC
9
21.3
28.8
30.5
40.1
47.7
62.4
71.8
91.6
107
LRA
55
121
129
160
192
218
284
347
444
544
10.9
11.9
14.8
13.9
16.8
18
21.6
21.9
26
27.9
33.4
33.1
39.7
38.5
46.5
46.7
56.1
7.2
8.4
16.3
19.6
21.8
26.4
25.3
29.2
31.5
36.6
36.6
42.6
49.8
58.2
54.9
63.7
73.5
85.7
88.6
103.2
4*6
4*10
4*10
4*10
4*10
4*16
4*16
4*16
4*16
3*25/16
3*25/16
3*25/16
3*25/16
3*35/16
Oil Charge
0.5
(U.S Gals)
1
1
1
1.1
1.1
1.1
2
2
3*50/16
8.8
4*4
4.6
4*6
FLA
3.8
4*4
KW Input
4*4
Max
System
Water
Air
Cooled
Cooled
AN CH 30 1
6.5
2
Ref. Charge**(Kg)
2.5
1.5
5
3
7.5
4.5
10
6
12.5
7.5
15
9
17.5
10.5
20
12
25
15
30
18
Oper. Weight (Kg)
360
310
460
410
670
570
770
660
820
700
970
810
1050
840
1220
1110
1380
1180
1585
1350
Model
AN CH 30 2
AN CH 40 2
AN CH 50 2
AN CH 60 2
AN CH 70 2
AN CH 80 2
AN CH 100 2
AN CH 120 2
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Air
( Per Unit )
Compressor Motor
Cooled
Cooled
15
HP
Air
Cooled
Cooled
Air
Cooled
20
Cooled
Air
Cooled
25
Cooled
Air
Cooled
30
Cooled
Air
Cooled
35
Cooled
Air
Cooled
40
Cooled
Air
Cooled
50
Cooled
60
RLA
19
22.9
22.2
25.7
27.8
32.2
31.8
37.1
43.7
50.8
48.3
55.8
65.9
75.7
79.1
90.4
FLA
21.8
26.4
25.3
29.2
31.5
36.6
36.6
42.6
49.8
58.2
54.9
63.7
73.5
85.7
88.6
103.2
MOC
28.8
30.5
40.1
47.7
62.4
71.8
91.6
107
LRA
129
160
192
218
284
347
444
544
29.6
27.8
33.6
36
43.2
43.8
52
55.8
66.8
66.2
79.4
77
93
93.4
112.2
FLA
43.6
52.8
50.6
58.4
63
73.2
73.2
85.2
99.6
116.4
109.8
127.4
147
171.4
177.2
206.4
4*16
3*25/16
3*25/16
3*25/16
3*25/16
3*35/16
3*50/25
3*50/25
3*50/25
3*70/35
3*70/35
3*95/50
3*95/50
Wire*
Size
Oil Charge
2
(U.S Gals)
2
2.2
2.2
4
2.2
4
3*120/70
23.8
4*16
Max
KW Input
4*16
System
TwoCompressor Models
Two Compressor Models
Table 11
Electrical Data
Water
Air
Cooled
AN CH 25 1
RLA
Wire*
Physical Data
Water
5
HP
Size
Physical Data
Cooled
AN CH 20 1
4*4
Electrical Data
( Per Unit )
Compressor Motor
Cooled
AN CH 15 1
AN CH 10 1
4
Ref. Charge**(Kg)
15
9
20
12
25
15
30
18
35
21
40
24
50
30
60
36
Oper. Weight (Kg)
1210
1010
1370
1150
1450
1200
1690
1380
1910
1500
2140
1690
2200
1750
2350
1810
Note:
LRA : Locked Rotor Amps MOC : Maximum Operating Current FLA : Full Load Amps RLA : Rated Load Amps
* Suggested cabel size based on copper conductor under full load conditions (FLA) at maximum ambient temperature of 50 C
and maximum distance of 70m.
** Excluding the amount of refrigerant for an air cooled condenser & relevant pipings.
43
TECHNICAL DATA
Three Compressor Models
Table 12
AN CH 60 3
Model
Water
Air
Water
Air
Cooled
Cooled
AN CH 90 3
Water
Air
Cooled
Cooled
25
20
Air
Cooled
Cooled
30
Water
Air
Cooled
Cooled
35
AN CH 150 3
Water
Air
Cooled
Cooled
AN CH 180 3
Water
Air
Cooled
Cooled
50
40
60
25.7
27.8
32.2
31.8
37.1
43.7
50.8
48.3
55.8
65.9
75.7
79.1
90.4
FLA
25.3
29.2
31.5
36.6
36.6
42.6
49.8
58.2
54.9
63.7
73.5
85.7
88.6
103.2
284
347
444
544
50.4
54
64.8
65.7
78
83.7
100.2
99.3
119.1
115.5
139.5
140.1
168.3
75.9
87.6
94.5
109.8
109.8
127.8
149.4
174.6
164.7
191.1
220.5
257.1
265.8
309.6
Oil Charge
3
(U.S Gals)
3.3
3.3
6
3.3
3*240/120
FLA
41.7
3*25/16
KW Input
3*185/95
218
3*185/95
192
3*150/70
160
3*120/70
LRA
3*95/50
107
3.90/50
91.6
3*95/50
71.8
3*70/35
62.4
3*50/25
47.7
3*50/25
40.1
3*35/16
30.5
3*35/16
MOC
6
6
Ref. Charge**(Kg)
30
18
37.5
22.5
45
27
52.5
31.5
60
36
75
45
90
54
Oper. Weight (Kg)
1890
1550
2160
1750
2500
2000
2880
2250
2980
2350
3100
2470
3280
2630
Four Compressor Models
Table 13
AN CH 80 4
Model
Water
Air
AN CH 100 4
Water
Air
Cooled
Cooled
AN CH 120 4
Water
Air
Cooled
Cooled
25
20
HP
AN CH 140 4
Water
Air
Cooled
Cooled
30
AN CH 160 4
Water
Air
Cooled
Cooled
35
AN CH 200 4
Water
Air
Cooled
Cooled
AN CH 240 4
Water
Air
Cooled
Cooled
50
40
60
RLA
22.2
25.7
27.8
32.2
31.8
37.1
43.7
50.8
48.3
55.8
65.9
75.7
79.1
90.4
FLA
25.3
29.2
31.5
36.6
36.6
42.6
49.8
58.2
54.9
63.7
73.5
85.7
88.6
103.2
284
347
444
544
FLA
Wire*
Size
55.6
67.2
72
86.4
87.6
104
111.6
133.6
132.4
158.8
154
186
186.8
224.4
101.2
116.8
126
146.4
146.4
170.4
199.2
232.8
219.6
254.8
252
292.8
292.8
340.8
Oil Charge
4
(U.S Gals)
4.4
4.4
4.4
8
8
3*300/150
KW Input
3*240/120
218
3*240/120
192
3*185/95
160
3*185/95
LRA
3*150/70
107
3*185/95
91.6
3*120/70
71.8
3*95/50
62.4
3*70/35
47.7
3*70/35
40.1
3*70/35
30.5
3*50/25
MOC
Max
System
Cooled
3*50/25
( Per Unit )
Compressor Motor
Cooled
Electrical Data
Water
AN CH 120 3
22.2
Wire*
Physical Data
AN CH 105 3
RLA
Size
Physical Data
Cooled
HP
Max
System
Electrical Data
( Per Unit )
Compressor Motor
Cooled
AN CH 75 3
8
Ref. Charge**(Kg)
40
24
50
30
60
36
70
42
80
48
100
60
120
72
Oper. Weight (Kg)
2570
2150
3000
2450
3200
2600
3680
2900
3880
3100
4100
3300
4350
3550
Note:
LRA: Locked Rotor Amps MOC: Maximum Operating Current FLA: Full Load Amps RLA: Rated Load Amps
* Suggested cabel size based on copper conductor under full load conditions (FLA) at maximum ambient
temperature of 50˚C and maximum distance of 70m.
** Excluding the amount of refrigerant for an air cooled condenser & relevant pipings.
44
1000
1000
Recommended Service Area
1000
A
Table 14
Model
A
5-1
10-1
15-1
20-1
25-1
30-1
35-1
40-1
50-1
60-1
1500
1500
1800
1800
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
30-2
40-2
50-2
60-2
70-2
80-2
100-2
120-2
2300
2300
2300
2700
2700
2700
2700
2700
Table 14
Model
A
Table 14
Model
A
60-3
75-3
90-3
105-3
70-2
120-3
150-3
180-3
2800
2800
3300
3000
3300
3300
3300
3800
80-4
100-4
120-4
140-4
160-4
200-4
240-4
3300
3300
3300
3300
3300
3800
4300
Table 14
Model
A
Note: All Dimensions in mm
45
46
47
48
R CLI ER
LIED CLI ER
49
FRP AND GALVANIZED COOLING TOWER
1. Definition:
Cooling towers are heat removal devices
used to transfer process waste heat to the
atmosphere. Cooling towers may either use
the evaporation of water to remove process
heat and cool the working fluid to near the
wet-bulb air temperature or in the case
of "Close Circuit Dry Cooling Towers" rely
solely on air to cool the working fluid to
near the dry-bulb air temperature. Common
applications include cooling the circulating
water used in oil refineries, chemical plants,
power stations and building cooling. The
towers vary in size from small roof-top units
to very large hyperboloid structures that can
be up to 200 meters tall and 100 meters in
diameter or rectangular structures that can
be over 40 meters tall and 80 meters long.
Smaller towers are normally factory-built,
while larger ones are constructed on site.
They are often associated with nuclear power
plants in popular culture, although cooling
towers are constructed on many types of
buildings.
2. Classification by use:
HVAC
An HVAC (Heating, Ventilating, and Air
Conditioning) cooling tower is a subcategory
rejecting heat from a chiller. Watercooled
chillers are normally more energy efficient
than air-cooled chillers due to heat
rejection to tower water at or near wet-bulb
temperatures. Air-cooled chillers must
reject heat at the dry-bulb temperature, and
thus have lower average reverse-Carnot
cycle effectiveness. Large office buildings,
hospitals, and schools typically use one
or more cooling towers as part of their air
conditioning systems. Generally, industrial
cooling towers are much larger than HVAC
towers.
Industrial cooling towers
Industrial cooling towers can be used to
remove heat from various sources such
as machinery or heated process material.
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The primary use of large, industrial
cooling towers is to remove the heat
absorbed in the circulating cooling water
systems used in power plants, petroleum
refineries, petrochemical plants, natural
gas processing plants, food processing
plants, semiconductor plants, and for other
industrial facilities such as in condensers
of distillation columns, for cooling liquid
in crystallization, etc. The world's tallest
cooling tower is the 200 meter tall cooling
tower of Niederaussem Power Station.
3. Heat transfer methods
With regard to the heat transfer mechanism
employed, the main types are:
Wet cooling towers or simply open circuit
cooling towers operate on the principle
of evaporation. The working fluid and the
evaporated fluid (usually H2O) are one and
the same. Dry Cooling Towers operate
by heat transfer through a surface that
separates the working fluid from ambient
air, such as in a tube to air heat exchanger,
utilizing convective heat transfer. They do not
use evaporation.
4. Air flow generation methods
With regard to drawing air through the tower,
there are three types of cooling towers:
Natural draft, which utilizes buoyancy via
a tall chimney. Warm, moist air naturally
rises due to the density difference to the dry,
cooler outside air. Warm moist air is less
dense than drier air at the same pressure.
This moist air buoyancy produces a current
air through the tower. Mechanical draft,
which uses power driven fan motors to force
or draw air through the tower. Induced draft:
A mechanical draft tower with a fan at the
discharge which pulls air through tower. The
fan induces hot moist air out the discharge.
This produces low entering and high exiting
air velocities, reducing the possibility
of recirculation in which discharged air
flows back into the air intake. This fan/fin
arrangement is also known as draw-through.
Forced draft: A mechanical draft tower with a
5. Air-to-water flow Categorization
Cross flow
Cross flow is a design in which the air flow is
directed perpendicular to the water flow (see
diagram below). Air flow enters one or more
vertical faces of the cooling tower to meet
the fill material. Water flows (perpendicular
to the air) through the fill by gravity.
The air continues through the fill and thus
past the water flow into an open plenum
area. A distribution or hot water basin
consisting of a deep pan with holes or
nozzles in the bottom is utilized in a cross
flow tower. Gravity distributes the water
through the nozzles uniformly across the fill
material.
HOT WATER
IN
MOIST, WARM AIR OUT
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Environment wet bulb temperature:
lowering wet bulb temperature.
increasing fill area.
increasing the period of air and water
contact.
7. Terminology
Range - The range is the temperature
difference between the water inlet and water
outlet. The capacity of a cooling tower can be
calculated by measuring the water flow rate
HOT WATER
IN
DRY AIR IN
DISTRIBUTION
BASIN
AIR FLOW
COLD WATER
OUT
WATER FLOW
FILL MATERIAL
COLLECTION BASIN
CROSSFLOW TYPE DESIGN
Counter flow
In a counter flow design the air flow is directly
opposite of the water flow (see diagram below)
Air flow first enters an open area beneath the fill
media and is then drawn up vertically. The water
is sprayed through pressurized nozzles and flows
downward through the fill, opposite to the air
flow.
MOIST, WARM AIR OUT
FAN
DISTRIBUTION
SYSTEM
HOT WATER
IN
SPRAY
NOZZLES
AIR FLOW
WATER FLOW
FILL MATERIAL
DRY AIR IN
6. Factors which effects the capacity of
cooling tower
FAN
DRY AIR IN
blower type fan at the intake. The fan forces
air into the tower, creating high entering
and low exiting air velocities. The low
exiting velocity is much more susceptible to
recirculation. With the fan on the air intake,
the fan is more susceptible to complications
due to freezing conditions. Another
disadvantage is that a forced draft design
typically requires more motor horsepower
than an equivalent induced draft design. The
forced draft benefit is its ability to work with
high static pressure. They can be installed
in more confined spaces and even in some
indoor situations. This fan/fill geometry is
also known as blow-through.
COLD WATER
OUT
DRY AIR IN
COLLECTION BASIN
COUNTERFLOW TYPE DESIGN
Common to both designs
The interaction of the air and water flow allows
a partial equalization and evaporation of water.
The air, now saturated with water vapor, is
discharged from the cooling tower. A collection
or cold water basin is used to contain the water
after its interaction with the air flow. Both cross
flow and counter flow designs can be used
in natural draft and mechanical draft cooling
towers.
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and the range from below equation:
Cooling tower load (KW) =
flow rate (L/S) ×4.19 (Kj/KgºK)×Range(ºK)
Approach - The approach is the difference
in temperature between the cooledwater temperature and the entering-air
wet bulb temperature (twb). Since the
cooling towers are based on the principles
of evaporative cooling, the maximum
cooling tower efficiency depends on the
wet bulb temperature of the air. The wetbulb temperature is a type of temperature
measurement that reflects the physical
properties of a system with a mixture of a gas
and a vapor, usually air and water vapor.
8. Principal of operations of "Tahvieh
Azar Nasim" conical Type Cooling Towers
The automatic rotating sprinkler system
distributes the hot water evenly over the
entire fill section. Dry air is simultaneously
drafted upward causing evaporation and so,
the heat is removed. The cooled water falls
into the basin and is pumped to the heat
source for recirculation.
9. Thermal Design
The "Tahvieh Azar Nasim" cooling towers
operate on the counter flow principle which
gives the best performances. The air flow
through the tower fill is opposed the water
flow. The cold air meets the closed water
at the bottom of the fill providing maximum
evaporation and heat transfer in the fill. The PVC
fill is corrugated with clear channels between
flutes to prevent any blockage and giving a
large surface area per unit volume. Water
flows through the fill in a thin film exposed the
maximum area to the cooling air flow. The flutes
of the fill area at an angle and each layer of fill
section are reversed, turning the film or water
and air over for maximum cooling.
10. Better Air Flow
The rotating water sprinkler head distributes
the hot water which forming a fine spray,
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and hence does not need the conventional
type of moisture eliminator. This is because
the water header has large number of holes
giving a steam type flow direct into the
fill. Tower with fixed nozzles cannot obtain
the coverage, which is needed for optimum
cooling. We should not overlook that in
rectangular type towers, eliminators provide
a pressure drop which evens out the flow
particularity into the corner.
The "Tahvieh Azar Nasim" cooling tower
being round, plus its conical fan inlet can
better provide an even air flow through the
fill, with a lower pressure drop, and without
the additional pressure drop caused by the
eliminator needed on other towers. Fan
KW depends on the mass of air delivered,
the pressure generated and the blade
efficiency, from the available data on other
manufacturers' tower. Tahvieh Azar Nasim
air volumes are similar to competitor s size.
The influence factors for lower power are
pressure and efficiency .
Tower has large air inlet area, with low
air velocity; low pressure drop tower is of
the induced draft type. The fan is in the
ideal position, to discharge the air at a
high velocity upwards and allow natural
convection to prevent recirculation, as
can happen with the forced draft tower
arrangement, where air leaves the eliminator
at low velocity.
11. Pumping head
As seen already, the water distribution by
a rotating header is a significant part of the
Tahvieh Azar Nasim tower design. The
large diameter holes in the rotating header
give a gentle stream of water at negligible
pressure lose. Also, there is no risk of
clogging , as can easily happen with spray
nozzles in other types of towers. The Tahvieh
Azar Nasim cooling towers pumping head,
is the static height of the spray or header
pipe above the water level in basin, plus the
pressure loss the rotating header, sprays
of balancing valves, according to the type of
tower being considered. It should be noted
that pumping heads quoted for Tahvieh Azar
Nasim towers include both of these as well
as piping inside the pressure loss of sprays
is usually quoted. To this must be added the
static lift to the spray header from the basic
required for a Tahvieh Azar Nasim cooling
tower 50% less than for some other cooling
towers.
12. Lift factor
Although we generally refer to the towers
as being constructed of fiberglass, we
should actually refer to them as being FRP
(Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic) should not
be confused with the translucent fiberglass
roofing panels, and in particular with the
cheaper grades which have given poor
results even only in a few years.
Without an adequate protective layer,
the sun s ultra violet rays draw the fibers
upwards so that hairs appear to be growing
on the panels as with fiberglass hulls, the
Tahvieh Azar Nasim towers do not need
painting. However, if a client wishes to have
color scheme changed, painting is possible.
Compared with timber towers which will
ultimately rot, or steel towers which will
rust despite increased maintenance, the
fiberglass tower has tremendous financial
advantages for the wise investor.
Unfortunately, many buyers appear to be only
concerned to maintenance, running costs or
rate of deterioration.
13. Smaller Fan Motors
Smaller electric motor in "Tahvieh Azar
Nasim "cooling towers, causes lower
consumption power and save money.
14. Advantages of "Tahvieh Azar Nasim"
Cooling Towers:
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Strong FRP layers used isophetalic resin,
no vibration and increase the life of
cooling tower.
Neopentyl glycol (NPG) anti-UV causes
long lasting color, decorative and long
life.
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FRP sump
Fill are made of Virgin antibacterial PVC
films.
Fans are dynamically balanced for
smooth operation, longer bearing life
including that of the supporting structure.
The fan drive motor is in IP-55, F class.
5years warranty insures you a right
purchase.
15. Components
The various components of FRP conical type
cooling tower are as below:
Casing
The bolt together FRP casing is completely
non-corrosive. The casing enclosed the PVC
fills services to isolate the air stream, which
passes over the fills. The casing is conical
shaped to reduce frictional resistance of
air and aids flow pattern. It is designed to
withstand wind loads up to 75km/hr., and
vibrations emanating from the motor and
other equipment. FRP casing has a high
impact resistance when laminated with
Isophetalic Resin and even if damaged is
easily repaired at site. The neopentyl glycol
gel coat is U.V. inhibited to provide a long
lasting finished appearance and service
life and imported wax release agents helps
retain colors for long periods even if exposed
to direct sunlight. The casing is in sections
of easy to handle sizes and is assembled at
site using bolting joints. The conical shape
of casing is ideal with regard to cooling
efficiency and space economy.
Basin
The basin serves the purposes of collecting
the water descending from the fills and
channeling it to the suction point. Further the
basin also acts as a reservoir of water. The
basin is also made of FRP and has similar
characteristic the same as casing.
Sump
The sump is located below and in the center
of the basin and has all connections for inlet/
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outlet, drain, filling and overflow. The unit is
at the lowest point and is always flooded and
thus ensuring no capitations on the pump
suction. The suction tank is fully molded in
FRP to prevent corrosion and subsequent
leakages. A drain is provided to the tank
which makes it quite simple to remove the
accumulated dirt and to drain out the water,
simplifies the cleaning and maintenance of
the tower.
Tower Structure
The structure of the tower supports the
casing, basin and motor mounting loads to
the foundations. These are of MS and are hot
dipped galvanized so as to resist corrosion.
Fills
The fills section is designed to bring about
intimate contact of water and air so as to
facilitate heat and mass transfer at the same
time aiding in proper and even distribution
of air and water over the cross section,
while maintaining minimum pressure drop.
The fills are of honeycomb section and are
vacuum formed from anti-bacterial Virgin
PVC for excellent resistance to corrosion and
give maximum area for intake.
Sprinkler
The gravity die cast aluminum alloy / S.S
sprinkler is used to distribute the water
evenly over the cross section of the tower.
An aluminum alloy / S.S rotary head with
radial PVC / PP pipes having drilled holes
serves this purpose. The rotation of assembly
is accomplished due to reaction of water
jet being sprayed from PVC / PP pipes. The
sprinkler head is mounted on top of the
central water supply. To ensure free rotation
even at low flows the sprinkler has 2 sealed
pre lubricated ball bearing mounted on
the central shaft. This sprinkler system
is preferred over the fixed nozzle system
forVarious reasons.
Fan / Fan Blades
The light weight fan has good corrosion-
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resistant quality is an axial flow, multi
blade version with adjustable blade
pitch. The fan is designed to deliver large
volumes of air at low power consumption
and low noise generation. The fans
are dynamically balanced for smooth
operation, longer bearing life including
that of the supporting structure. FRP fan
blades may also be provided on demand
and these have in addition to excellent
corrosion-resistance, good noise reduction
properties.
Fan Drive Motor
The fan drive motor is in IP-55 F class
design. The fan is directly driven by the
special extended shaft motor made from
steel mounted facing downward on a
mounting frame on the top of the Cooling
Tower.
Louvers
FRP louvers are installed at the air inlet
(space between the Tower casing and
water Basin) to prevent water splash and
contaminants like leaves, bird etc. entering
the Cooling Tower.
Grills
Since Cooling Tower are generally installed
on windswept rooftop or higher altitude,
galvanized MS grill are installed at the air
outlet to prevent contaminants like leaves,
bird etc. entering the cooling tower.
16. Water loss
Water losses are very important especially in
dry zones. Water losses in cooling towers are
based on four items;
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Evaporation
Drift
Bleed off
Pipe line and valves leakages
Evaporation
The evaporation rate can be estimated from
the below equation:
E=0.0008(Ti-To) ×F
E=evaporation rate (gpm)
Ti &To= inlet and outlet temperatures °F
F= water flow rate (gpm)
Drift
Water droplets that are carried out of the
cooling tower with the exhaust air. Drift
droplets have the same concentration
of impurities as the water entering the
tower. The drift rate is typically reduced by
employing baffle-like devices, called drift
eliminators, through which the air must
travel after leaving the fill and spray zones
of the tower. Drift can also be reduced
by using warmer entering cooling tower
temperatures. The drift loss in Tahvieh Azar
Nasim cooling towers is less than 0/002%
of water flow rate, so the maximum drift loss
can be calculated from below equation:
D=0.002×F
Bleed Off
The portion of the circulating water flow that
is removed in order to maintain the amount
of dissolved solids and other impurities at an
acceptable level. It may be noted that higher
TDS (total dissolved solids) concentration in
solution results in greater potential cooling
tower efficiency. However the higher the TDS
concentration, the greater the risk of scale,
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FAN GUARD
MOTOR SUPPORT
GEAR DRIVE
FAN
LADDER
SPRINKLER
BELL MOUNT
STAND PIPE
ELIMINATOR
CASING
SUPPORT POST
FILLER
LOUVER
BASIN SUPPORT
Drift Eliminators
Units with rotary sprinklers are designed to minimum carry over by judicious
choice of air flow velocities. The air distribution is aided by using a centrally
located rotating eliminator section to avoid high velocity area. Further the pipes
are covered by aero foil section eliminators which prevent small droplets escaping
and facilitate uniformly distributing the sprinkler water. For the towers using
stationary sprinkler nozzles a full width eliminator covering the full cross section
is used. The shape of the eliminator is chosen to minimize pressure loss of air
and to trap the maximum amount of droplets.
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FILLER SUPPORT
WATER BASIN
biological growth and corrosion.
Tahvieh Azar Nasim suggested the flowing
rates for bleed off as given in below table:
Bleed off can be calculated by multiplying
water flow rate into the coefficient given
above. Bleed off pipe should be installed on
return pipe from condenser to cooling tower
and near the tower so that when the pump is
running bleed off takes place.
Pipe line and valves leakage
Water losses from pipe lines and valves are
depends on the quality and connections.
17. Preparation for Installation
1. Declare all components, open all
packages, and confirm nothing is
damaged.
2. Check all components received as per
packing slip (including fiberglass mat and
resin)
3. Collect all tools and tackles as needed:
- Spanners / - drill & drill bit / - pipe
wrench / - screw driver / - plier / hammer
- files / - spirit level , pipe level / - slitting
knife / - brush / - roller
Cooling Range �
Percent Bleed off
5
0.1
6.5
0.16
7.5
0.21
10
0.33
15
0.55
20
0.75
4. Check concrete foundation, is as per
drawing.
5. Check level of foundation legs and correct
if required.
6. Install suction tank on central foundation,
with correct orientation as decided by
client.
7. Install cylindrical legs on circumference
foundation.
8. Level top side with pipe level.
9. Install basin supporting ring and bolt
together, with supporting legs.
10. Bolt basin FRP section and place on top
of Basin Ring.
11. Install Grill which supports upper Ring
support legs on top of Basin on edges.
12. Install upper ring and bolt to legs.
13. Install casing sections piece by piece
and bolt together to next piece to form
complete cylindrical shape.
14. Install motor supporting ring / bracket.
15. Install ladder.
16. Install motor and fan set.
17. Connect inlet stand pipe.
18. Connect sprinkler mounting pipe.
19. Connect P.V.C pipes to sprinkler.
20. Screw in pipes and end caps and lock
with locknut (for large towers turn
buckles are to be used for maintaining
PVC pipes horizontally.)
21. Install clamp on central pipe.
22. Install cross containers of cooling
surfaces.
23. Flatten plastic cooling support on the
containers.
24. Install cooling surfaces on grid vertically,
stating with diametrically placed packs
fill up the rest of grid.
25. Install next fill pack layer at right angles
to 1st layer
26. Seal Basin flanges and suction tank with
fiberglass mat and resin, and allow drying
before using.
27. Install motor / fan protection grid.
28. Install grill and louvers.
29. Brush coat bolt heads with resin for
additional protection.
30. Provide bottom support for ladder.
31. Sprinkler assembly
31-1- sprinkler pipes
The sprinkler pipes must be clean to prevent
any blockage in their holes. When cleaning
the sprinkler pipes, loosen the lock nut to
unscrew and remove the sprinkler pipes. On
reassembling, be sure the alignment screws
(round head) are positioned at the top center
30-2 sprinkler hand Scale or sludge attached
to the narrow space impedes revolution.
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If the sprinkler rotation slows down or
even stops despite normal water flow the
sprinkler pipes or, at the beginning of the
season, if the head does not rotate even
though the water is flowing at the same rate
as last season, dismantle the rotary head for
cleaning and checking.
When reassembling, do not wet the
bearing portion with water and apply ample
anticorrosion lubricant (water proof, lithium
soap- radical grease) on bearings and oil
seals position.
Also pay particular attention when passing
the oil seal over the center poll to not to
damage the lips of the oil seal. Since oil seal
is effective for a limited period, it is desirable
to dismantle and replace it every two or three
years.
18. Normal conditions
Water quality and environmental conditions
on the vast majority of HVAC cooling tower
applications permit acceptable service life
from standard cooling tower construction
using the materials previously described.
Significant deviation from these normal
conditions often demands alternate
materials choices.
For most proposes the following criteria
define normal conditions:
Standard tower design assumes a maximum
of 120°F hot water to the tower, including
system upset conditions. Temperatures
over 120°F, even for short duration, may
impose damaging effects on PVC fill, many
thermoplastic components, galvanizing
and play woods. Those rare applications
demanding hot water in excess of 120°F
usually benefit from careful review with
the tower manufacturer to assure that
appropriate materials changes from standard
configuration are included in the initial
purchase specification.
Normal circulating water chemistry
falls within the following limits (note the
distinction between circulating water and
make-up water):
--ph. between 6.5 and 8.0, although ph. down
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to 5.0 is acceptable if no galvanized steel is
present. Low ph. attacks galvanized steel,
concrete and cement products, fiberglass
and aluminum. High ph. wood, fiberglass and
aluminum.
--chlorides (express as NaCl) below 750 ppm.
--Calcium (as CaCO3) below 1200 ppmexcept in arid climates where the critical
level for scale formation may be much lower.
--sulfates below 5000 ppm if calcium exceeds
1200 ppm sulfates should be limited to 800
ppm, (less in arid climates) to prevent scale
formation.
--sulfides below 1ppm
--Silica (as SiO2) below 150 ppm
--iron below 3ppm
Manganese below 0.1ppm
-- saturation index between -0.5 and +0.5
negative LSI indicates corrosion likely;
positive indicates CaCo3 scaling likely.
--suspended solids below 150ppm if slides
are abrasive avoid film-type fills, is solids
are fibrous, greasy, fatty or tarry wood, PVC,
Polypropylene or ABS fills can be used, but
PVC usually is the material of choice.
--oil and grease below 10ppm or loss of
thermal performance will occur.
--no organic solvents
--no organic nutrient, which could promote
growth of algae or sludge.
--chlorine (from water treatment below
1ppm free residual for intermittent treatment
below 0.4ppm free residual for continuous
chlorination These conditions define normal
circulating water, including the chemical
concentrating effects caused by recalculating
the water to some predetermined number of
concentration.
19. Water quality control
Cooling towers not only are very effective
but also sensitive air washers. Atmospheric
dust able to pass through the air inlet will
enter the circulating water or air pollution,
such cases as corrosion, scale and algae
growth which impeded the performance of
air conditioning equipment are surprisingly
increasing. To prevent such trouble, it is not
enough to depend entirely upon chemical or
equipment. Check the water quality and also
on environment factors as well.
1. Make quality analysis of circulating
water and supplementing water and take
appropriate action to control the quality.
2. If when the trouble is anticipated owing
to the condensed circulation water, we
recommended the use of chemical,
periodic below sown to keep the operation
within the regulate water quality.
3. For nitrate and sediment, clean with
chemicals.
4. Use strainer or filter depending on the
water quality.
WARNING
Water treatment must be supplied and /
or applied by a professional in the field in
order to avoid fill damage. It is the user s
/ owner s responsibility to treat water
in order to stop biological contaminants
and avoid among other bacterium, the
Legionella bacteria, which is known to
cause legionnaire disease.
20. Post assembly Checks/Precommissioning Checks
1. Check level of sump, and fan ensure they
are parallel to ground.
2. Check center pipe is vertical and
sprinkler arms are all leveled, at right
angles to center pipe.
3. Ensure no dirt/other foreign particles are
present in sump, suction tank etc. sweep
clean/wash clean.
4. Rotate sprinkler with hand and ensure it
is free.
5. Ensure fill top is even.
6. Ensure sprinkler arms are at a constant
level above the fills and that the arms do
not rub against/ uneven fills, casing etc.
7. Ensure fan and motor assembly is free.
8. Check all bolts are tight and no loose part
noticed.
9. Fill water in sump and check and
eliminate water leaks.
10. Connect correct power (i.e. 380V, 50Hz
3PH.AC) supply to fan and check
a. Direction of rotation of fan is correct
and air is being sucked through screen
above sump and discharged vertically
upwards.
b. Vibrations are negligible.
c. Fan cable connections are made with
lugs & terminal cover gasket is tight.
11. Establish water flow and check sprinkler
rotates and check any unregulated
bypass from sprinkler pipes.
Check after commissioning
1. Check motor speed to be as specified in
technical data for particular model.
2. Check air flow rate is as per specification.
3. Check water flow rate is as per
specification.
4. Check power / current drawn by fan
motor are within limits and as specified.
5. Check for abnormal noise / vibration
during operation.
6. Check sprinkler rotates freely at 5 to
8 rpm or adjust holes to angle so as to
achieve correct rpm.
7. Ensure water is being distributed evenly
over the FRP eliminator plates and there
is no carry over from below the eliminator
plate water must fall down below evenly
and not pass out.
8. Eliminator plate adjustment to be
checked to ensure equal distance
between fill top and plat bottom.
9. Measure temperature at following
locations:
I. Water inlet
II. Water outlet / sump
III. Make up water inlet
IV. Wet bulb / dry bulb temperature at outlet
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of tower above fan
10. Adjust drain valve to give adequate blow
down.
11. Set float to ensure proper operation and
to avoid over flow when plant stops.
Maintenance Schedule
Every Day
Check if-1. Vibrations are normal / noise normal.
2. Proper Water distribution.
3. Measuring every three phases of fan.
4. Normal Inlet / outlet temperature of
water
Every week:
1. Clean inlet grill to remove entrained
matter.
2. Clean inlet water filter.
3. Clean sprinklers / nozzles if chocked.
4. Check growth of Algae etc. and
remove from sump.
5. Check belts stiffness.
Every month:
1. Drain tank, flush out and remove any
sediment.
2. Check fills if clogged due to Allege,
sediment / salt, etc.
3. Check structural / FRP casing and
Basin damages.
4. Clean outside of the tower with
detergents like soap and water.
5. Check and tighten all bolts.
6. Grease bolts to facilitate easy opening
in future.
Every two months:
1. Grease all bearings of motor.
2. Grease all bearings of sprinklers.
3. Check run out on fan motor Shafer.
4. Clean blades from foreign materials.
5. Check conditioner plates if damaged
and replace it.
Replace bearings of sprinkler ssembly after
2 years and grease it.
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Table 1
TROUBLESHOOTING
Trouble
Lowering of cooling capacity
1- Motor
2- Sudden lowering of motor speed
(rotation per minute)
3- Con not rev up motor speed
(rotation per minute)
4- Fan stoppage
Temperature rise
1- Motor getting over heated
Remedy
Cause
Electric blackout 1
Electric blackout 1
Fuse burned due to damage contacts
Fuse burned due to damage contacts
Insufcient switch capacity
Insufcient switch capacity
Bad switch contact
Bad switch contact
Electric blackout 1
Electric blackout 1
Fuse burned due to damage contacts
Fuse burned due to damage contacts
Insufcient switch capacity
Insufcient switch capacity
Defective starter / starter connection
a. Correct connection according to name plate
b. Check supply voltage across 3 phases
c. Check current in all 3 phases
Fuse burned due to damage contacts
Fuse burned due to damage contacts
Insufcient switch capacity
Insufcient switch capacity
Jammed Bearing
Replace bearing
Too heavy load
Lighten load proper level
a. lowering of voltage supply
a. consult power company
b. unbalanced voltage supply
b. consult power company
High surrounding temp
Consult Azar Nasim
Contact between rotary and xed section
Change bearing or supplement grease
Oil leaking , others
Too much oil
Lower the oil face to proper level
1- In case of gear speed reducer oil leakage
Loose bolt
Tighten properly
Water �ow above specied
Regulate to correct �ow rate
Water �ow below specied
Adjust blade angle check and clean jail
Raise in discharging water temperature
Water �ow reduction
ir �ow reduction
Water splash
Noise and vibration
Load higher than design
Adjust load to correct level
Fill checked or coated
Clean/replace lls. Use proper water (make up) quality
Fresh air intake not sufcient or area sufcient
or area around tower not as specied
Improve ventilation and ensure exhaust air
does not get recycled
WBT high
Check design condition and ensure no recycling of exhaust air
Water bypassing lls
Check sprinkler and distribution system
Sprinkler jammed/water not being sprinkler and distributed
Repair sprinkler and distribution system
Filter chocked
Clean water lter
Sprinkler pipes chocked
Clean pipes and holes
Level of water low in pump
Adjust �oat / inlet �ow ensure proper make up
Pump small
Replace for correct �ow volume
Fan speed low
Check bearings / motor
Fan blade angle in correct
Correct blade angle required setting
Inlet grill chocked
Clean air path
Sprinkler is rapid
Adjust it
Filter chocked
Clean or replace it
Eliminator is defective
Replace or repair it
Fan mounting loose
Tighten mounting bolt and correct/replace if needed
Fan block loose
Tighten blade in hub
Fan unbalanced
Rebalance and adjust
Motor bearing faulty
Check and grease or replace bearing on motor
Hub mounting on motor shaft loose
Tighten and use end plate and shims if needed
Many parts rubbing against tower components
Give proper clearances and adjust/align components
After the inspection and troubleshooting process, contact the after sale services of Azar nasim
co. otherwise, the problem shall be fixed by authorized personel.
61
Conical type FRP cooling towers technical specifications
Table 2
Model
Nominal
water
�ow
Fan
Motor
power
Dia
(Kw)
(cm)
28
15-117
20-138
25-138
30-163
(m)
(CFM)
(GPM)
5-085
10-093
Nominal
Air �ow
Pump
Head
0.18
50
35
0.18
53
0.37
71
Weight (Kg)
Dimensions (cm)
Standard and Low
Noise type
Standard type
Low Noise
type
Height
Dia.
Dry
Full
Dry
Full
135
85
50
118
52
120
2800
1.3
60
3180
1.3
163
93
56
138
58
142
80
6360
1.6
168
117
83
218
85
220
0.37
80
7000
1.6
178
138
110
264
113
268
88
0.37
80
7770
1.8
202
138
115
329
118
332
105
0.75
90
8480
2
189
163
160
363
164
367
141
0.75
90
9410
2
200
178
171
410
175
414
176
1.1
90
11300
2.2
234
187
215
515
219
519
212
1.5
120
14500
2.5
237
199
399
708
405
714
247
1.5
120
16000
2.5
215
215
420
777
426
783
80-215
90-259
282
1.5
120
17100
2.5
248
215
431
792
437
798
318
1.5
120
21800
3.1
235
259
459
854
471
864
100-259
125-295
352
1.5
120
24100
3.1
257
259
519
943
529
953
442
2.2
150
27500
3.5
238
295
629
1053
644
1068
150-295
175-333
528
4
150
29700
3.5
262
295
789
1468
804
1483
618
4
180
32900
3.8
262
333
874
1553
890
1569
200-371
225-371
705
4
180
47100
4.4
292
371
1342
3043
1360
3060
795
5.5
180
57100
4.4
315
371
1462
3162
1480
3180
880
5.5
240
66500
4.7
328
439
1657
3357
1678
3379
1050
5.5
240
76900
4.7
366
439
1766
3473
1788
3494
350-485
400-485
1230
7.5
240
83500
5
345
485
1861
3861
1885
3885
1410
11
240
90700
5
368
485
2305
4305
2329
4329
450-551
500-551
1580
11
300
106500
5.3
404
551
2535
5818
2565
5848
1770
11
300
119500
5.3
427
551
2590
7155
2619
7185
600-653
700-653
2120
11
330
139500
5.6
460
653
3493
10588
3524
10619
2460
15
330
171000
5.6
483
653
3652
10747
3684
10779
800-759
1000-759
2830
18.5
360
197100
6.2
500
759
5229
12808
5264
12843
3520
22
360
217700
6.2
523
759
5449
13247
5483
13282
1250-879
4400
22
420
270700
6.5
556
879
6476
15458
6516
15497
40-178
50-187
60-199
70-215
250-439
300-439
62
Conical type FRP cooling towers technical specifications
Table 3
Model
Inlet
Outlet
Over Flow
Drain
Quick
Float Valve
5 -085
1.5
1.5
1
1
1 /2
-
10 -093
1.5
1.5
1
1
1 /2
-
15 -117
2
2
1
1
1 /2
-
20 -138
2
2
1
1
1 /2
-
25 -138
2
2
1
1
1 /2
-
30 -163
3
3
1
1
1 /2
-
40 -178
3
3
1
1
1 /2
-
50 -187
3
3
1
1
1 /2
-
60 -199
4
4
1.5
1.5
3 /4
-
70 -215
4
4
1.5
1.5
3 /4
-
80 -215
4
4
1.5
1.5
3 /4
-
90 -259
4
4
1.5
1.5
3 /4
-
100 -259
4
4
1.5
1.5
3 /4
-
125 -295
4
4
1.5
1.5
3 /4
3 /4
150 -295
4
4
1.5
1.5
3 /4
3 /4
175 -333
6
6
1.5
1.5
3 /4
3 /4
200 -371
6
6
3
1.5
1
1
225 -371
6
6
3
1.5
1
1
250 -439
6
6
3
1.5
1
1
300 -439
8
8
3
1.5
1
1
350 -485
8
8
3
1.5
1
1
400 -485
8
8
3
1.5
1
1
450 -551
10
10
4
3
2
2
500 -551
10
10
4
3
2
2
600 -653
10
10
4
3
2
2
700 -653
10
10
4
3
2
2
800 -759
12
12
4
3
3
3
1000 -759
12
12
4
3
3
3
1250 -879
12
12
4
3
3
3
63
Galvanized Cooling Tower Dimensions
Table 4
Dimensions (mm)
Model
Inlet Water
Outlet Water
Weight
L
W
H
A
B
No.
Size (Inch)
No.
Size (Inch)
(Kg)
10
560
945
2150
533
460
1
1½
1
1½
285
15
740
945
2150
620
540
1
1½
1
1½
345
20
945
945
2200
750
655
1
2
1
2
410
25
945
1300
2200
750
655
1
2
1
2
500
30
945
1450
2250
1060
847
1
3
1
3
620
35
945
1450
2250
1060
847
1
3
1
3
695
40
1000
1940
2250
1060
847
1
3
1
3
755
50
1210
1940
2250
1060
847
1
3
1
3
880
60
1460
1940
2900
1060
847
1
4
1
4
1080
80
1940
1800
2900
1060
847
1
4
2
3
1500
90
1940
1940
2900
1060
847
1
4
2
3
1590
110
1940
2560
2900
1060
847
1
5
3
3
1790
120
1940
2890
3000
1060
847
1
5
3
3
2250
140
1940
3400
3000
1060
847
1
5
4
3
2500
160
1940
3860
3000
1060
847
2
4
4
3
3150
64
Galvanized Cooling Tower Dimensions
Table 4
Dimensions (mm)
Model
Inlet Water
Outlet Water
Weight
L
W
H
A
B
No.
Size (Inch)
No.
Size (Inch)
(Kg)
180
1940
4400
3000
1060
847
2
4
5
3
3300
220
1940
5170
3000
1060
847
3
4
5
3
3850
260
1940
5670
3000
1060
847
3
4
6
3
4500
300
1940
6600
3000
1060
847
3
5
7
3
5200
340
1940
8000
3000
1060
847
3
5
8
3
5900
400
3780
5260
3100
1060
847
3
5
10
3
6900
450
3780
5730
3100
1060
847
3
5
12
3
8500
500
3780
6200
3100
1060
847
3
5
12
3
8800
590
3780
7120
3100
1060
847
3
5
14
3
9500
660
3780
8060
3100
1060
847
3
5
16
3
1140
750
3780
9000
3100
1060
847
3
5
18
3
12700
820
3780
9950
3200
1060
847
3
5
20
3
14400
900
3780
10840
3200
1060
847
3
5
22
3
15500
980
3780
11840
3200
1060
847
3
5
24
3
16700
1060
3780
12790
3200
1060
847
3
5
26
3
18150
1150
3780
13740
3200
1060
847
3
5
28
3
19400
65
Table 5
Model
GPM
Fan
Air Flow
CFM
Motor power
Pump Head
No.
Size (Inch)
No.
Size (Hp)
(meter)
10
30
2850
1
12
1
3/4
23
15
45
4200
1
16
1
1½
23
20
60
5700
1
18
1
2
23
25
75
7000
1
18
1
3
24
30
90
8500
1
22
1
3
24
35
105
9950
1
22
1
4
24
40
120
11400
1
22
1
5.5
24
50
150
14000
1
22
1
7.5
24
60
180
17000
1
22
1
7.5
24
80
225
24000
2
22
2
5.5
24
90
270
25000
2
22
2
5.5
24
110
330
29000
2
22
2
5.5
24
120
360
33000
3
22
3
5.5
24
140
420
40000
3
22
3
5.5
25
160
480
46000
4
22
4
5.5
25
180
540
49500
4
22
4
5.5
25
220
660
57000
5
22
5
5.5
25
260
780
68000
6
22
6
5.5
25
300
900
79500
7
22
7
5.5
25
340
1020
90000
8
22
8
5.5
25
400
1200
106000
10
22
10
5.5
25
450
1350
126000
12
22
12
5.5
25
500
1500
140000
12
22
12
5.5
25
590
1770
165000
14
22
14
5.5
25
660
1980
184000
16
22
16
5.5
25
750
2250
210000
18
22
18
5.5
25
820
2460
229000
20
22
20
5.5
25
900
2700
252000
22
22
22
5.5
25
980
2940
274000
24
22
24
5.5
25
1060
3180
296000
26
22
26
5.5
25
1150
3450
322000
28
22
28
5.5
25
66
FRP Cubic Cooling Tower
Principals of FRP Cubic Cooling Tower
operation "Tahvieh Azar Nasim" Fiberglass
Cooling towers are inspired from the wellknown "Sulzer" cooling tower design, and are
designed and manufactured considering local
Iranian facilities and requirements. The most
important change in this design is considering
service hatches which unfortunately are not
considered in original design.
Casing
Different parts of fiberglass body would be
connected to each other by galvanized bolts
and nuts and make the strong integrated body
of the tower. The tower body can bear the
wind pressure up to 21 m/s. and it thwart the
vibrations caused by electro motor and fan.
Basin
The integrated rigid and reinforced basin is
designed so that the amount of water reserves
in basin should be as when the pump starts ,
air does not trap and when the pump is turn
off water does not overflow the basin.
Fan Deck and Fan Stack
The integrated rigid fan deck and fan stack,
reinforced by fiberglass is designed to assist
the air flow path.
The fans are dynamically balanced for
smooth operation, longer bearing life
including that of the supporting structure.
FRP fan blades may also be provided on
demand and these have in addition to
excellent corrosion-resistance, good noise
reduction properties.
Electromotor
Single speed electromotor, Standard TEFC
with IP55, F class are used in "Tahvieh Azar
Nasim" cooling towers.
Water Distribution system
Large orifice polymeric nozzles (Nonclogging) are one of the significant benefits
of cubic towers comparing the sprinklers of
FRP conical type cooling towers.
Drift Eliminator
PVC drift eliminator with three changes in
air path gives us less than 0.002% drift loss.
Considering the conditions of the area
(height from the sea level) there is
the option of changing the capacity of
electromotor.
Fills
Fiberglass cubic cooling towers suit two
types of fills, film type and splash type.
Cooling tower fills are designed to have the
maximum contact of air with the water and
cause the minimum pressure downfall.
Fan
The light weight fan has good corrosionresistant quality is an axial flow, multi blade
version with adjustable blade pitch. The fan
is designed to deliver large volumes of air
at low power consumption and low noise
generation.
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Table 6
Model
GPM
Dimensions (mm)
Motor power
Kw
Length
Width
Height
700
700
1300
0.37
Inlet (inch)
1
Outlet (inch)
Weight (Kg)
Dry
Full
1
45
105
49.1
20
49.2
30
700
700
1450
0.37
1
1
56
128
49.3
40
700
700
1600
0.55
1
1
65
140
72.1
50
850
850
1740
0.55
2
2
115
240
72.2
60
850
850
1740
0.55
2
2
121
250
72.3
80
850
850
2040
0.75
2
2
127
260
169.1
90
1300
1300
2320
0.75
3
3
270
587
169.2
135
1300
1300
2320
1.1
3
3
290
660
169.3
150
1300
1300
2320
1.5
3
3
310
695
272.1
186
1650
1650
2360
1.5
4
4
390
1220
272.2
218
1650
1650
2360
2.2
4
4
410
1330
272.3
235
1650
1650
2660
2.2
4
4
430
1450
361.1
265
1900
1900
2590
2.2
4
4
645
1510
361.2
290
1900
1900
2590
3
4
4
680
1620
361.3
320
1900
1900
2890
3
4
4
720
1740
528.1
400
2400
2200
2650
3
2x3
6
895
2950
528.2
460
2400
2200
2650
4
2x3
6
950
3075
528.3
500
2400
2200
2950
5.5
2x3
6
1000
3270
748.2
570
3400
2200
3620
5.5
2x4
6
1300
4100
748.3
720
3400
2200
3920
7.5
2x4
6
1380
4490
967.2
815
4300
2200
3690
7.5
2x4
6
1450
5150
967.3
890
4300
2200
3690
11
2x4
6
1550
5550
1333.1
1150
4300
3100
4100
11
3x3
2x4
2230
8300
1333.2
1300
4300
3100
4100
11
3x3
2x4
2385
8500
1333.3
1430
4300
3100
4100
15
3x3
2x4
2510
8700
1849.1
1600
4300
4300
4000
15
3x4
2x6
3050
11050
1849.2
1770
4300
4300
4000
18.5
3x4
2x6
3240
11250
1849.3
1840
4300
4300
4000
22
3x4
2x6
3410
11850
68
FRP Closed Circuit Cooling Towers
Principals of operation
FRP Closed Circuit Cooling Towers act
quite like open circuit cooling towers, the
only deference is that in FRP Closed Circuit
Cooling Towers the fluid to be cooled (usually
water) flows through the tubes of the coil
without coming into direct contact with
external air, preventing dirt or pollution
entering the primary water circuit.
The heat is transmitted from the fluid
through the tube walls to the water, which is
being continuously sprayed over the coil.
The fan situated at the top of the tower
intakes air in counter flow to water, thereby
evaporating a small part of the re-circulating
water, drawing off the necessary heat
for evaporation and releasing it into the
atmosphere.
The rest of water is re-circulated with a spray
water pump from the basin to the spray
nozzles. (Secondary Circuit).
A small quantity of heat is transmitted by
convention to the external air, just as for an
air cooler.
In closed circuit cooling towers there are two
separated circuits.
1. Initial circuit which process fluid is
circulating
2. Secondary circuit which sprays the water
on the coil.
Fan
The light weight fan has good corrosionresistant quality is an axial flow, multi blade
version with
adjustable blade pitch. The fan is designed to
deliver large volumes of air at low power
consumption and low noise generation.
Driving system
Movement transfer from the electromotor to
fan would be delivered through a series of
belt, pulley and fly wheel. (Belt Drive)
MOTOR
FRP. FAN
FRP. TO CASSING
ELIMINATOR
NOZZLE
INLET
COIL
FRP. BODY
OUTLET
BLOW-UP VALVE
FRP. LOUVERS
FRP. BASIN
SCONDARY CIRCUIT
PIPING
69
WATER DOWN
AIR UP
Table 7
Model
GPM
Dimensions (mm)
Motor power
Length
Width
Height
Kw
Inlet (inch)
Outlet (inch)
Weight (Kg)
Dry
Full
169.2
1300
1300
2320
1.5
0.75
2½
2½
700
1300
169.3
1300
1300
2620
1.5
0.75
2½
2½
800
1400
169.4
1300
1300
2620
1.5
0.75
2½
2½
950
1550
272.3
1650
1650
2660
2.2
0.75
3
3
1250
2250
272.4
1650
1650
2660
2.2
0.75
3
3
1450
2400
272.5
1650
1650
2960
3
1.1
3
3
1700
2700
361.4
1900
1900
2890
3
1.1
2x2½
2x2½
1826
3300
361.5
1900
1900
3190
4
1.5
2x2½
2x2½
2190
3540
484.4
2200
2200
2950
4
1.5
2x3
2x3
2090
4250
484.5
2200
2200
3250
5.5
2.2
2x3
2x3
2440
4600
484.6
2200
2200
3550
7.5
2.2
2x3
2x3
2850
5010
575.5
2400
2400
3550
7.5
2.2
2x4
2x4
2960
5460
575.6
2400
2400
3850
7.5
2.2
2x4
2x4
3430
5930
967.5
4300
2250
3980
11
3
3x3
3x3
4858
10885
967.6
4300
2250
4280
11
3
3x3
3x3
5720
11950
1333.5
4300
3100
4360
15
2 x 2.2
4x3
4x3
7895
15000
1333.6
4300
3100
4660
15
2x3
4x3
4x3
9000
16900
1849.5
4300
4300
4300
22
2x3
6x3
6x3
9800
24000
1849.6
4300
4300
4600
22
2x3
6x3
6x3
11100
26000
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Electromotor
Single speed electromotor, Standard TEFC
with IP55, F class are used in "Tahvieh Azar
Nasim" cooling Towers.
Drift Eliminator
PVC drift eliminator with three changes in air
path gives less than 0.002% drift loss.
Circulating water pump
Circulating water pump is a piece of closed
circuit cooling tower which is designed to
spray water on the Heat exchange coil and its
electromotor would be cooled by fan (TEFC).
Exit valve for Bleed off is Considered in pump
circuit.
Industrial Cooling Towers
Principals of "Tahvieh Azar Nasim" Industrial
Cooling Towers is using finest raw materials
and the highest Quality parts from wellknown industries are used in "Tahvieh Azar
Nasim" cooling towers in order to Ensure
the high quality of tower in worst working
conditions. All pieces can easily be carried,
and makes fast installation at site results
an integrated rigid cooling tower. "Tahvieh
Azar Nasim" Cooling Towers are designed
such as to use the modern polymeric
substances as Much as possible. Fan deck,
fan stack and casing are manufactured from
fiberglass reinforced polymer, packing and
drift Eliminators from PVC sheets or other
polymer substances. The water distribution
system would be through The PVC high
pressure pipes and large orifice nozzles
(non-clogging) made of polymers.
The main structure would be made of fabric
steel profiles which after manufacturing
processes hot dipped Galvanized and then
covered by a fiberglass layer. Fast and rigid
Installation All the pieces would be easily
installed by a couple of bolts and there is no
need To any extra operation.
Rigid structure
The Structure of "Tahvieh Azar Nasim"
cooling towers are made of galvanized
steel fabric profiles which has provided the
resistant structure and long lasting towers at
peak industrial conditions.
Fills
The fills section is designed to bring about
intimate contact of water and air so as to
facilitate heat and mass Transfer at the same
time aiding in proper and even distribution of
air and water over the cross section, while
maintaining minimum pressure downfall.
The fills are of honeycomb section and are
vacuum formed From anti- Bacterial Virgin
PVC for excellent resistance to corrosion and
give maximum area for Wattage.
Fans
Multi wings powerful axial Fan with high
efficiency and low power consumption is
one of the Best options for industrial cooling
towers. FRP fan blades may also be provided
on demand and these have In addition to
excellent corrosion-resistance, good noise
reduction properties.
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Moving System
Movement transfer from The electromotor to fan
would occurred by means of shaft (greaducer
drive) or by pulley ,flywheel and a series of belts.
(Belt drives)
Electromotor
Single speed electromotor, Standard TEFC with
IP55, F class are used in "Tahvieh Azar Nasim"
cooling Towers.
Casing, Fan Stack, Fan Deck
"Tahvieh Azar Nasim" Cooling Towers packing
are enclosed by fiberglass casings. Fan Stack
and Fan Deck Are also made of fiberglass and
designed as if the air suction occurs based on air
path model.
Water distribution system
The water distribution system is designed in
such a way that provides the easy service and low
pressure. Large orifice polymeric nozzles (Nonclogging) are one of the significant, benefits of
industrial towers.
Drift Eliminator
"Tahvieh Azar Nasim" Industrial cooling towers
drift eliminators are made of PVC with three
changes in air Path and high efficiency. The drift
Loss would be less than 0.002% by using these
drifts eliminators.
Louvers
FRP louvers are installed at the air inlet (space
between the Tower casing and water Basin) to
prevent water Splash and prevents leaves, bird
etc., entering the Cooling Tower. They could be
easily detached to Access the tower's basin.
Technical Specifications
"Tahvieh Azar Nasim" Industrial Cooling Towers
are made and designed based on assumptions of
client's requirements (suitable to be installed on
a concrete basin).
The concrete basin plan would be delivered
to the client after the agreement, so that the
civil contractor of client can construct the
concrete basin as the "Tahvieh Azar Nasim" is
manufacturing the pieces of Tower.
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CED IR CDIII UI
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Packaged Unite
INTRODUCTION
BENEFITS AND FEATURES
AzarNasim packaged air conditioning units are
compact systems intended for applications in new or
existing stores, restaurants, offices, schools, computer
rooms, airports, and industrial plants.
Available in cooling capacities from 5 to 80 tons in a
single unit, these units provide significant installation
versatility and economy in that they can be used to
supply the total cooling requirements in a variety of
commercial, institutional, and industrial applications.
Units can be selected with air or water-cooled
condensers in rooftop, indoor, and in case f aircooled
versions in split or packaged arrangements.
Furthermore, the units can be used for free delivery or
ducted applications. For ease of installation, the units
can be in vertical or horizontal configuration.
AzarNasim packaged units can provide year round air
conditioning with hot water, steam or electric heating
coil during the cold season. They can also be used to
supplement central systems, permitting zone control
at low load conditions without the expense of central
systems.
Each unit is factory assembled, wired and shipped
as a package. This greatly reduces installation
time and assures the optimum positioning of the
components.
In the areas where water supply is either unavailable
or scarce, the air cooled units can be used. The
aircooled split unit requires only the addition of the
remotely located AzarNasim Air Cooled Condenser for
complete air conditioning.
All components in AzarNasim packaged units are
designed for maximum performance and reliability.
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The basic component of the AzarNasim packaged
unit is a semi-hermetic type multi-cylinder compressor designed to run on 380 volt, 3 phase, 50
cycle power input. Motor protection on these units
is comprised of three sensors mounted internally in
the motor windings which in case of charges in motor
temperature shuts off the compressor. An oil safety
switch provides protection against loss of oil pressure.
All controls and factory wiring are protected within
galvanized steel enclosures.
The DX cooling coil is designed and rated accord-ing
to ARI-410 Standard. To maximize perfor- mance, a
venturi flow distributor assures even distribution of
flow into the cooling coil tubes. Suction line piping
is insulated with closed cell insulation to prevent
moisture condensation. The DX coil section is
insulated with 19mm rock wool panel with aluminum
foil cover.
The water cooled condenser is a shell and tube type
heat exchanger, sized sufficiently to hold the total
refrigerant charge on pump down operations. An
integrated sub-cooling section allows system capacity
increase without an increase in power.
The condenser shell design meets the ASME- Section
VIII, DiV.1, Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code
requirements in addition to TEMA Standards.
The air-cooled condenser is configured so that air
discharge is directed upward thus carrying heat away
from the unit and minimizing directional sound. The
fan is statically and dynamically balanced therefore
assuring smooth and quiet operation.
For industrial process cooling and year round air
conditioning, custom built units can also be designed
and constructed.
PHYSICAL DATA
Table 1
PHYSICAL DATA
UNIT SP
W
A
A
5-1
COMPRESSOR CAPACITY (Tons)
5
NO OF COMPRESSORS
1
REFRIGERANT R-22
Operating charge (kg)
W
W
A
2.5
A
W
A
W
A
W
A
8-1
10-1
15-1
20-1
25-1
30-1
8
10
15
20
25
1
1
1
6.0
W
1
5.5
2.2
1
6.5
2.8
11.7
4.8
11.7
4.9
6.7
11.8
W
A
W
A
35-1
40-1
30
35
40
1
1
1
17.0
7.0
27.6
11.0
11.5
27.6
EVAPORATOR COIL
Number of rows
Fins per inch
Tube O.D (in)
Total face area (sq.ft)
4
8
5/8
4
4
8
5/8
6.4
4
8
5/8
8.0
Number
Size (in)
Nominal CFM
1
13
2000
1
14
3200
1
14
4000
Horsepower @ 1450 RPM
0.75
2.0
2.0
4
8
5/8
16
4
8
5/8
20
4
8
5/8
23.4
4
8
5/8
28.0
4
8
5/8
32.0
1
17
8000
1
19
10000
2
17
12000
2
17
14000
2
17
16000
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
10.0
17.7
2
23.6
2
26.6
2
29.2
2
38.2
2
1x8
3/4
1 x 10
3/4
1 x 10
3/4
1 x 10
3/4
4
8
5/8
12
EVAPORATOR FAN
1
16
6000
STANDARD MOTOR
4.0
RETURN-AIR FILTER
Total face area (sq.ft)
Thickness (in)
5.2
2
7.6
2
8.3
2
No x shell diam. (in)
1x6
3/4
1x6
3/4
1x6
3/4
12.5
2
CONDENSER (watercooled)
Integrall� nned tube O.D. (in)
OPERATING WEIGHT (Kg)
441
341
523
420
615
W
A
W
A
W
1x6
3/4
492
Table 2
700
1x8
3/4
559
780
631
846
686
931
745
1100
872
1200
969
A
W
A
W
A
W
A
W
A
PHYSICAL DATA
UNIT SP
10-2
COMPRESSOR CAPACITY (Tons)
5
NO OF COMPRESSORS
2
REFRIGERANT R-22
Operating charge (kg)
15-2
8
A
4.5
A
20.2
30-2
40-2
50-2
60-2
70-2
80-2
15
20
25
30
35
40
2
2
2
2
2
2
11.0
4.0
W
10
2
11.5
W
2
5.5
12.7
24.4
10.5
24.4
10.8
27.6
11.2
33.9
14.0
56.2
23.1
55.1
23.1
EVAPORATOR COIL
Number of rows
Fins per inch
4
8
5/8
24.0
Tube O.D (in)
Total face area (sq.ft)
4
8
5/8
8.0
4
8
5/8
12.0
4
8
5/8
16.0
Number
Size (in)
Nominal CFM
1
14
4000
1
16
6000
1
17
8000
Horsepower @ 1450 RPM
2.0
4.0
5.5
4
8
5/8
32.0
4
8
5/8
40.0
4
8
5/8
48.0
4
8
5/8
57.6
4
8
5/8
62.0
1
17
16000
1
17
20000
2
19
24000
2
22
28000
2
22
32000
10.0
15.0
15.0
15.0
20.0
36.5
2
43.9
2
55.9
2
63.9
2
67.9
2
2x8
3/4
2 x 10
3/4
2 x 10
3/4
2 x 10
3/4
EVAPORATOR FAN
1
17
12000
STANDARD MOTOR
7.5
RETURN-AIR FILTER
Total face area (sq.ft)
Thickness (in)
10.4
2
13.0
2
17.7
2
No x shell diam. (in)
2x6
3/4
2x6
3/4
2x6
3/4
25.0
2
CONDENSER (watercooled)
Integrall� nned tube O.D. (in)
OPERATING WEIGHT (Kg)
Note:
1.
2.
670
473
920
706
1100
831
2x6
3/4
1230
952
2x8
3/4
1400 1087 1550 1233 1780 1407 2100 1664 2300 1815
All units are shipped with a holding charge. However, operating charge dose not include charge for remote air-cooled
condenser or refrigerant connection piping. Operating charge values are approximate.
Fan size in TABLES 1& 2 is selected for nominal conditions. Addition of special filters and other accessories will vary
the fan size requirement.
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SELECTION PROCEDURE
EXAMPLE 1: Air Cooled Model
Given:
SUMMER CONDITISION:
Total Cooling Load (TC)................................720 MBH
Sensible Heat Capacity (SHC)......................530 MBH
Air Flow Rate............................................24000 CFM
Entering Dry Bulb Temp. (EDB).........................80 °F
Entering Wet Bulb Temp. (EWB)........................67 °F
Air Entering Condenser Temp. (AEC).................90°F
Condensing Temp. (CT)....................................125 °F
WINTER CONDITION
Total Heating Load....................................800 MBH
Entering Air Temp. EDB..................................50 °F
Entering Hot Water Temp. EHT.....................160 °F
Temperature Drop...........................................10 °F
Air Flow Rate.........................................24000 CFM
External Static Pressure............................0.5" w.g.
Altitude.....................................................Sea Level
Find:
A. Unit size and capacity.
B. Total heat rejection.
C. Leaving dry/wet bulb temperatures.
D. Heating capacity.
E. Fan speed and HP.
C. The Leaving Dry Bulb temperature can be
calculated using the following relation:
LDB = EDB -
LDB = 80 °F -
SHC
1.087 xCFM
539300
= 59.3 °F
1.087 x24000
The Leaving Wet Bulb temperature can be
calculated according to the following method:
H2 = H1 - TC x 1000
4.5 x CFM
= 31.62 - 735.9 x 1000 = 24.9 BTU/Ib
4.5 x 24000
From TABEL 64, at 0 altitude interpolate between
24.48 and 25.12 BTU/lb to read
LWB = 57.7 °F
D. From the Heating Coil Ratings in TABLE 45,
for Model Anpu-70-A-2,a 1 row heating coil (Full
Circuit-8 FPI) with the following specifications can
be selected:
Heating Capacity = 1,001,800 BTU/hr
Air Flow Rate = 28000 CFM
A. Consider Model Anpu-70-A-2 from TABLE 38,
Interpolating between 23040 and 25920 CFM at 67
°F EWB, results in the following quantities:
Total Cooling Capacity (TC) = 725.9 MBH
Sensible Heat Capacity (SHC) = 539.3 MBH
Compressor Power Consumption = 62.6 KW
B. To determine the Total Heat Rejection, THR,
enter TABLE 38 with CT = 125 °F and interpolate
between 23040 and 25920 CFM. The THR is then
found to be:
THR = 939.6 MBH
Next, to select an air cooled condenser, refer to
the Total Heat Rejection Chart in the AzarNasim
Air Cooled Condenser Catalog with:
TD = 125 - 90 = 35 °F
Model Anpu-550-R can be selected to appropriately
reject the total heat.
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Since the CFM listed in the table is not equal to the
design CFM, a correction factor must be applied.
CFM
= 24000 = 85.7 %
NOMINAL CFM 28000
From TABLE 42, interpolating between 80%
and 90%, a correction factor of 0.92 is obtained.
Next, a hot water coil correction factor must be
determined.
Enter Figure 1 at 50 °F EDB and moving vertically
upward to 160 °F EHT, the correction factor can be
found to be 0.93 The actual heating capacity is then:
Actual Heating Capacity =
1,001, 800 x 0.92 x 0.93 = 857,200 BTU/hr
E. From TABLE 43, for a 1 row coil, the internal
static pressure is found by interpolation to be
0.07" w.g. Similarily for a 4-row cooling coil, the
static pressure drop is found to be 0.4" w.g. The
SELECTION PROCEDURE
total system pressure drop is:
∆ P Total = ∆ P internal + ∆ P external
C. From TABLE 7, the condenser pressure drop is
PD = 16.2 ft. water
= (0.07" + 0.4") + 0.5" = 0.97" w.g.
D. The Leaving Dry Bulb temperature is calculated
according to the following relation:
From the Fan Performance Chart on TABLE 49, for
Model AnpuA-70-2 with a static pressure of 0.97"
w.g., 24000 CFM, and interpolating between 0.75"
and 1" static pressure the following quantities can be
selected for the fan:
RPM = 512
HP = 10
LDB = EDB -
SHC
1.087 xCFM
105700
= 62.3 °F
1.087 x5500
The Leaving Wet Bulb temperature can be
calculated according to the following method:
LDB = 80 °F -
EXAMPLE 2: Water Cooled Model
Given:
SUMMER CONDITION
Total Cooling Load (TC)......................206 MBH
Sensible Heat Capacity (SHC)............103 MBH
Air Flow Rate....................................5500 CFM
Entering Dry Bulb Temp. (EDB)...............80 °F
Entering Wet Bulb Temp. (EWB)..............72 °F
Condenser Entering Water Temp. (EWT).85 °F
WINTER CONDITION
Total Heating Load.......................................270 MBH
Entering Dry Bulb Temp. (EDB).........................60 °F
Entering Hot Water Temp. (EWT).....................160 °F
Temperature Drop..............................................20 °F
Air Flow Rate..................................................5500 °F
External Static Pressure...............................0.5" w.g.
Altitude........................................................Sea Level
Find:
A. Unit size and capacity.
B. Condenser water flow rate.
C. Condenser pressure drop.
D. Leaving dry/wet bulb temperatures.
E. Heating capacity.
F. Fan speed and HP.
A. Consider Model AnpuW-15-1 from TABLE 7 ,
interpolating between 5400 and 6000 CFM at 72 °F EWB,
Permits the determination of the following quantities:
Total Capacity (TC) = 207.6 MBH
Sensible Heat Capacity (SHC) = 105.7 MBH
Compressor Power Consumption = 10.2 KW
B. From TABLE 7, the condenser water flow rate is:
GPM = 45.1
H2 = H1 - TC x 1000
4.5 x CFM
= 35.83 - 207.6 x 1000 = 27.4 BTU/Ib
4.5 x 5500
From TABLE 64, interpolating between 27.85 and
28.57 BTU/lb result in LWB = 61.4 °F.
E. The Heating Coil Capacity for Model AnpuW-15-1
configured with a 2-row coil (Full Circuit-8 FPI) and
EDB = 60 °F , from TABLE 45, is:
Heating Capacity = 338.7 MBH
Next, the hot water coil correction factor of 0.85
can be read from Figure 1 at the intersection of
a vertically projected line from 60 °F entering
air temperature up to the 160 °F entering water
temperature line and projection horizontally to the
left to correction factor axis.
Since the CFM in the table is not equal to the design
CFM, a correction factor must be applied.
CFM
= 5500 = 91.7 %
NOMINAL CFM 6000
Interpolating between 90% and 100% in TABLE 42,
a correction factor 0.96 is obtained. Applying the
hot water and CFM correction factors to obtain the
actual heating capacity as:
Actual Heating Capacity = 338700 x 0.85 x 0.96
= 276.4 MBH
F. The total static pressure, fan speed, and horse
power are calculated similar to the procedure
outlined in part e) of EXAMPLE 1 as:
∆ P Total = 1.1" w.g.
RPM = 780
HP = 3
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SELECTION PROCEDURE
EXAMPLE 4: Non Standard Condition
Water Cooled Model
Notes:
Air cooled condensers must operate under different
ambient conditions is order to provide sufficient heat
rejection from the air conditioning cycle. All manufacturers therefore publish condenser ratings under
a standard condition. For any condition other than
the standard condition stated by the manufacturer,
correction factors must be applied to the total heat
rejection in the packaged rating tables. One such
correction factor is altitude correction factor given in
the table below which must be applied to the total heat
rejected from the air cooled packaged unit in order to
select the appropriate air cooled condenser.
Given:
SUMMER CONDITION
Total Cooling Load (TC).................................260 MBH
Sensible Heat Capacity (SHC).......................140 MBH
Air Flow Rate...............................................8800 MBH
Entering Dry Bulb Temp. (EDB)..........................83 °F
Entering Wet Bulb Temp. (EWB).........................67 °F
Condenser Entering Water Temp. (EWT)............85 °F
Design Leaving Dry Bulb Temp. (DLDB).............66 °F
Coil Face Area (FA)..........................................16.0 FT²
Altitude..................................................................0 FT
Select Anpu-20-W-1 from TABLE 8, with TC=240.8
MBH and SHC=186 MBH at 80 °F EDB. The face
velocity, FV, is calculated according to the following
relation:
Table 3 -ALTIYUDE CORRECTION FACTOR
ALTITUTE (m)
CF
ALTITUDE (m)
CF
0
1.000
1400
1.107
310
1.023
1550
1.119
625
1.047
1720
1.132
940
1.070
1880
1.145
1250
1.095
2000
1.158
EXAMPLE 3: Altitude Correction Factor
Suppose the air cooled condenser of EXAMPLE 1
is to operate under the same summer and winter
condition except at the location stated below:
Geographic Location: Tehran
Altitude: 1190 meters
The unit selection and the calculation of the Total
Heat Rejection (THR) is identical to the steps a) and
B) in EXAMPLE 1. Hence:
FV = CFM = 8800 = 550 FPM
FA
16.0
Where the face area, FA, for packaged units
is listed in TABLE 1. With the calculated face
velocity enter TABLE 40, under the 4-row coil the
Bypass Factor, BF, is given as 0.26. Next, enter
TABLE 41, at 83 °F EDB and interpolate between
0.25 and 0.30 BF. The CF is then calculated as
2.42. The corrected TC and SHC for EDB=83 °F
can be determined according to:
TC = 240800 + 8800 x 2.42 = 262000 BTUH
SHC = 186000 + 8800 x 2.42 = 207000 BTUH
Since the calculated TC and SHC can atisfactorily
meet the given load, the leaving dry bulb
temperature can be calculated as:
LDB = 83 °F -
Model Anpu-70-A-2
THR = 939.6 MBH
207000 = 61.4 °F
1.087 x8800
It can thus be seen that the design leaving dry bulb
temperature of 66 °F can be attained.
From TABLE 3, the Correction Factor CF = 1.0902
by interpolation. Applying CF to the Total Heat
Rejection leads to the new value for THR:
The leaving Wet Bulb temperature can be
calculated according to the following method:
THRNew = THR x 1.0902 = 939.6 X 1.0902 = 1024 MBH
H2 = H1 -
From AzarNasim Air Cooled Condenser Catalog for
TD = 35 °F and THR New = 1024 MBH, air cooled
condenser Model Anpu-700-R can be selected.
From TABLE 64 at 0 altitude interpolate between
29.31 and 28.57 BTU/lb to read LWB =63.8 °F.
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TC
= 35.83 - 262000 = 24.9 BTU/Ib
4.5 x CFM
4.5 x 8800
WATER COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 4
EWT
(°F)
CONDENSER
GPM
75
85
95
Anpu-5-W-1 RATINGS
15.7
15.3
15.0
PD(ft)
8.2
7.8
7.5
CFM
1600
1800
2000
2200
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
73.5
66.4
59.9
75.3
68.1
61.4
76.8
69.4
62.5
78.0
70.5
63.5
SHC (MBH)
35.8
43.5
51.2
37.3
45.8
53.9
38.6
48.0
57.0
40.0
49.9
59.6
Input Power (KW)
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.5
2.6
2.6
2.5
2.6
2.6
Current (AMP.)
5.7
5.8
5.8
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.6
5.7
5.8
TC (MBH)
70.7
63.8
57.3
72.3
65.3
58.8
73.7
66.5
59.8
74.8
67.6
60.8
SHC (MBH)
34.7
42.4
50.1
36.1
44.5
52.9
37.6
46.8
55.7
38.8
48.7
58.5
Input Power (KW)
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
Current (AMP.)
6.2
6.3
6.3
6.2
2.6
6.3
6.2
6.2
6.3
6.2
6.2
6.3
TC (MBH)
67.7
61.1
54.8
69.2
62.5
56.1
70.4
63.6
57.1
71.5
64.6
58.1
SHC (MBH)
33.6
41.1
48.8
35.0
43.5
51.7
36.4
45.5
54.6
37.6
47.6
57.6
Input Power (KW)
3.4
3.4
3.40
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
Current (AMP.)
6.8
6.8
6.7
6.8
6.8
6.7
6.8
6.8
6.7
6.8
6.8
6.7
Anpu-8-W-1 RATINGS
TABLE 5
EWT
(°F)
CONDENSER
GPM
75
85
95
24.4
24.0
23.5
PD(ft)
13.4
13.0
12.4
CFM
2560
2880
3200
3520
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
110.5
99.9
90.6
112.4
102.1
92.5
113.9
103.8
94.5
115.7
105.8
95.4
SHC (MBH)
54.4
66.8
78.9
56.6
70.3
83.6
58.5
73.6
87.5
60.2
76.5
92.3
Input Power (KW)
5.4
5.4
5.4
5.4
5.4
5.4
5.4
5.4
5.4
5.
5.4
5.4
Current (AMP.)
10.4
10.5
10.5
10.4
10.5
10.5
10.4
10.5
10.5
10.4
10.5
10.5
TC (MBH)
106.8
96.7
87.4
109.0
98.8
89.2
111.1 100.6
113.6
113.6
102.8
92.0
SHC (MBH)
53.2
65.6
77.3
55.3
68.8
82.1
57.6
59.5
59.5
75.3
91.4
Input Power (KW)
5.8
5.7
5.6
5.8
5.7
5.6
5.8
5.7
5.8
5.8
5.7
5.6
Current (AMP.)
11.2
11.1
10.9
11.2
11.1
10.9
11.3
11.1
11.3
11.3
11.1
11.0
TC (MBH)
102.4
92.9
83.9
105.0
94.8
85.6
106.3
96.2
107.3
107.3
98.1
88.7
88.7
SHC (MBH)
51.8
63.9
75.9
54.0
67.3
80.5
55.9
71.0
57.5
57.5
73.4
Input Power (KW)
6.4
6.3
6.1
6.4
6.3
6.2
6.5
6.3
6.5
6.5
6.4
6.2
Current (AMP.)
12.2
12.0
11.8
12.3
12.0
11.8
12.3
12.1
12.3
12.3
12.1
11.9
Anpu-10-W-1 RATINGS
TABLE 6
EWT
(°F)
CONDENSER
GPM
75
85
33.3
32.5
PD(ft)
16.5
15.7
CFM
3200
3600
4000
4400
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
31.8
15.1
67
62
TC (MBH)
152.0
137.4
124.3
155.7
140.9
124.3
158.7
143.7
129.8
161.5
146.2
131.8
SHC (MBH)
73.6
89.0
104.0
76.5
93.4
104.0
79.4
97.7
115.6
81.9
101.7
121.2
Input Power (KW)
6.7
6.7
6.6
6.7
6.7
6.6
6.6
6.7
6.7
6.6
6.7
6.7
Current (AMP.)
13.0
13.0
12.9
12.9
13.0
12.9
12.9
13.0
13.0
12.9
13.0
13.0
TC (MBH)
144.9
130.8
118.2
148.3
133.9
118.2
150.9
136.6
123.0
153.5
138.9
124.9
SHC (MBH)
70.7
86.1
101.1
73.7
90.5
101.1
76.4
94.6
112.9
78.9
98.6
118.0
Input Power (KW)
7.6
7.6
7.5
7.6
7.6
7.5
7.6
7.6
7.5
7.6
7.6
7.5
Current (AMP.)
14.4
14.3
14.1
14.4
14.3
14.1
14.4
14.3
14.2
14.4
14.3
14.2
TC (MBH)
95
72.4
138.1 124.7
112.5
141.3
127.5
112.5
143.7
130
117.0
146.0
132.1
118.9
SHC (MBH)
68.1
83.6
98.4
71.0
88.0
98.4
73.7
92.0
110.1
76.1
96.0
115.3
Input Power (KW)
8.5
8.4
8.2
8.6
8.5
8.2
8.6
8.5
8.3
8.6
8.5
8.3
Current (AMP.)
15.8
15.6
15.3
15.8
15.6
15.3
15.8
15.7
15.4
15.8
15.7
15.5
Note: All ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI standards 310-90 and 360-86.
79
WATER COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 7
EWT
(°F)
Anpu-15-W-1 RATINGS
CONDENSER
GPM
75
45.8
85
45.1
95
44.3
PD(ft)
16.7
16.2
15.7
CFM
4800
5400
6000
6600
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
210.7
190.6
172.3
215.4
195.5
176.2
219.3
198.8
179.4
222.7
201.8
181.3
SHC (MBH)
103.9
127.1 149.8
107.8
133.6
158.8
112.0
139.8
167.0
115.9
146.1
176.0
8.9
8.9
8.9
8.9
8.9
17.6
17.6
17.5
17.6
17.6
Input Power (KW)
8.9
8.9
8.9
8.9
8.9
8.9
8.9
Current (AMP.)
17.6
17.6
17.5
17.6
17.6
17.5
17.5
TC (MBH)
202.7
183.2
165.5
207.0
187.2
169.1
210.6
190.9
171.4
213.7
193.6
174.7
SHC (MBH)
100.6
124.1
146.5
105.0
130.6
155.6
108.9
136.5
164.7
113.1 142.4
172.7
Input Power (KW)
10.2
10.1
10.0
10.2
10.2
10.0
10.3
10.2
10.0
10.3
10.2
10.1
Current (AMP.)
19.6
19.4
19.2
19.6
19.5
19.3
19.6
19.5
19.3
19.6
19.5
19.3
TC (MBH)
194.3
175.7
158.5
198.4
179.2
153.8
201.6
182.7
164.4
204.5
185.2
167.8
SHC (MBH)
97.5
120.6
143.5
101.7
127.4
152.6
105.7
133.2
160.7
109.5
139.4
167.7
Input Power (KW)
11.5
11.3
11.1
11.6
11.4
11.1
11.6
11.4
11.2
11.6
11.5
11.2
Current (AMP.)
21.7
21.3
20.9
21.7
21.0
21.0
21.8
21.5
21.1
21.8
21.5
21.2
Anpu-20-W-1 RATINGS
TABLE 8
EWT
(°F)
CONDENSER
GPM
75
57.1
85
56.4
95
55.3
PD(ft)
17.0
16.6
15.9
CFM
6400
7200
8000
8800
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
260.9
237.7
216.0
265.9
242.5
220.2
270.3
246.3
223.5
273.7
249.7
227.4
196.1 138.8
173.5
207.9
143.8
181.9
219.5
149.1
189.9
227.4
10.1
10.0
10.0
9.8
9.9
10.0
9.8
9.9
10.0
SHC (MBH)
Input Power (KW)
133.1 164.7
9.8
19.5
19.7
19.8
19.4
19.7
19.8
19.4
19.6
19.8
19.4
19.6
19.7
TC (MBH)
252.4
229.2
207.6
257.3
233.9
211.3
261.5
237.6
215.1
264.6
240.8
219.7
SHC (MBH)
130.0
161.2
191.9
135.5
169.4
204.6
140.4
178.1
215.1 146.0
186.0
219.7
Input Power (KW)
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
11.3
Current (AMP.)
21.4
21.4
21.4
21.4
21.4
21.4
21.4
21.4
21.4
21.4
21.4
21.4
TC (MBH)
241.6
219.4
198.3
246.1 223.7
201.9
249.9
227.1
252.5
252.5
230.0
211.7
SHC (MBH)
125.7
157.0
188.2
131.4
165.3
200.1 136.7
173.9
142.4
142.4
181.7
211.7
Input Power (KW)
12.9
12.8
12.6
12.9
12.8
12.6
12.9
12.8
12.9
12.9
12.8
12.7
Current (AMP.)
23.5
23.4
23.2
23.5
23.4
23.2
23.5
23.3
23.5
23.5
23.5
23.3
Anpu-25-W-1 RATINGS
CONDENSER
GPM
75
71.1
33.3
85
70.3
32.5
95
69.0
31.8
9.8
Current (AMP.)
TABLE 9
EWT
(°F)
10.0
PD(ft)
16.5
23.8
15.7
23.4
22.5
15.1
CFM
8000
9000
10000
11000
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
TC (MBH)
260.9
237.7
216.0
SHC (MBH)
133.1 164.7
67
62
67
62
72
67
62
336.4
305.8
277.1
341.8
311.3
280.4
346.3
315.5
285.7
196.1 171.7
214.8
257.2
178.0
224.7
272.0
184.5
234.5
285.2
Input Power (KW)
9.8
10.0
10.1
12.9
13.0
13.1
12.9
13.0
13.1
12.9
13.0
13.1
Current (AMP.)
19.5
19.7
19.8
24.3
24.5
24.6
24.3
24.5
24.6
24.3
24.5
24.6
TC (MBH)
252.4
229.2
207.6
326.5
295.9
266.8
331.8
301.2
270.9
335.9
305.4
227.1
SHC (MBH)
130.0
161.2
191.9
168.4
210.4
252.8
174.4
220.9
267.3
161.7
229.8
227.1
Input Power (KW)
11.3
11.3
11.3
14.8
14.7
14.7
14.8
14.8
14.7
14.8
14.8
14.7
Current (AMP.)
21.4
21.4
21.4
26.9
26.9
26.8
26.9
26.9
26.8
26.9
26.9
26.8
TC (MBH)
241.6
219.4
198.3
312.3
283.1 225.5
317.4
287.9
260.6
320.4
291.9
267.2
SHC (MBH)
125.7
157.0
188.2
162.8
205.9
247.6
169.2
215.9
260.1 176.6
225.0
267.2
Input Power (KW)
12.9
12.8
12.6
16.8
16.6
16.4
16.8
16.7
16.4
16.8
16.7
16.5
Current (AMP.)
23.5
23.4
23.2
29.8
29.5
29.2
29.8
29.6
29.3
29.8
29.6
29.4
Note: ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI standards 310-90 and 360-86.
80
72
WATER COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
Anpu-30-W-1 RATINGS
TABLE 10
EWT
(°F)
CONDENSER
GPM
75
84.7
PD(ft)
21.5
CFM
9360
10530
11700
12870
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
390.9
190.6
172.3
215.4
362.3
328.6
405.5
368.6
332.1
411.0
373.9
337.7
SHC (MBH)
193.9
127.1 149.8
107.8
253.2
301.4
210.1
264.5
320.0
217.3
276.3
335.8
16.1
16.0
Input Power (KW)
Current (AMP.)
TC (MBH)
85
95
83.6
82.0
20.8
20.2
16.0
8.9
8.9
8.9
16.1
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
27.8
17.6
17.5
17.6
27.9
27.8
27.8
27.9
27.9
27.7
27.9
27.9
379.1 183.2
165.5
207.0
350.2
315.5
393.0
356.3
319.9
398.7
361.3
326.8
SHC (MBH)
190.2
124.1
146.5
105.0
247.6
297.1
205.1
259.6
314.0
213.2
271.1
326.8
Input Power (KW)
18.2
10.1
10.0
10.2
18.1
17.9
18.2
18.1
17.9
18.2
18.1
18.0
Current (AMP.)
31.0
19.4
19.2
19.6
30.9
30.6
31.0
30.9
30.6
31.0
31.0
30.7
TC (MBH)
362.8
175.7
158.5
198.4
334.7
301.5
375.8
340.3
307.1
380.6
344.9
314.7
SHC (MBH)
183.8
120.6
143.5
101.7
241.0
290.7
199.5
253.4
307.1 206.8
262.0
314.7
Input Power (KW)
20.5
11.3
11.1
11.6
20.3
19.9
20.6
20.4
20.0
20.6
20.4
20.1
Current (AMP.)
34.5
21.3
20.9
21.7
34.1
33.6
34.5
34.2
33.7
34.5
34.3
33.8
Anpu-35-W-1 RATINGS
TABLE 11
EWT
(°F)
CONDENSER
GPM
75
103.1
PD(ft)
19.9
CFM
11200
12600
14000
15400
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
471.9 429.3 390.6
481.5
439.4
398.3
489.8
446.2
403.9
497.2
452.1
407.9
SHC (MBH)
234.3 289.2 342.7
243.8
304.2
362.8
253.0
317.6
383.0 260.8
331.9
403.0
20.2
20.3
20.3
20.2
20.3
20.3
20.2
20.3
20.3
20.2
20.3
20.3
38.4
38.6
EWB(°F)
Input Power (KW)
95
101.8
99.7
19.5
18.7
38.5
38.3
38.5
38.5
38.3
38.5
38.6
38.3
38.5
38.6
466.5
424.6
382.5
474.1
430.9
389.1 481.7
436.7
394.4
SHC (MBH)
228.8 283.6 336.0
238.4
297.2
356.8
247.3
311.7
376.0 254.0
326.3
394.4
Input Power (KW)
23.0
22.9
22.7
23.0
22.9
22.7
23.0
22.9
22.7
23.0
23.0
22.8
Current (AMP.)
42.5
42.3
42.0
42.5
42.4
42.1
42.5
42.4
42.1
42.5
42.4
42.2
TC (MBH)
436.7
396.1 358.3
445.4
404.6
365.1 451.8
410.6
372.2 459.7
416.3
379.6
SHC (MBH)
221.8 275.3 328.3
230.6
290.1
348.7
240.2
304.2
372.2 246.2
317.3
379.6
Input Power (KW)
26.0
25.7
25.2
26.0
25.3
25.3
26.0
25.8
25.4
26.0
25.9
25.5
Current (AMP.)
47.0
46.5
45.8
47.0
46.0
46.0
47.0
46.7
46.1
47.0
46.8
46.2
Anpu-40-W-1 RATINGS
CONDENSER
GPM
75
85
95
123.1
121.1
118.8
62
457.1 414.7 375.9
TABLE 12
EWT
(°F)
67
TC (MBH)
Current (AMP.)
85
72
PD(ft)
22.7
22.1
21.1
CFM
12800
14400
16000
17600
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
563.8
512.0
465.0
575.9
523.2
475.1 586.2
533.4
482.6
595.6
540.8
486.4
SHC (MBH)
279.4
339.7
400.2
291.1
357.0
423.9
301.9
372.6
446.6
311.0
389.2
476.2
Input Power (KW)
24.1
24.1
24.1
24.0
24.1
24.1
24.0
24.1
24.1
23.9
24.1
24.1
Current (AMP.)
43.0
43.1
43.1
42.9
43.1
43.1
42.9
43.1
43.1
42.8
43.1
43.1
TC (MBH)
545.3
493.6
446.7
557.1
504.3
456.0
567.0
514.3
462.9
576.3
521.5
467.7
SHC (MBH)
270.6
331.3
391.4
281.4
349.3
414.9
294.0
364.8
441.0
303.0
381.4
765.6
Input Power (KW)
27.3
24.2
26.8
27.3
27.2
26.9
27.3
27.2
27.0
27.3
27.2
27.0
Current (AMP.)
47.2
47.0
46.6
47.2
47.0
46.7
47.2
47.1
46.8
47.2
47.1
46.8
TC (MBH)
520.9
471.3
425.8
531.8
481.0
433.7
540.8
489.8
441.4
549.7
496.9
448.1
SHC (MBH)
260.8
322.1
382.3
271.9
340.1
409.0
285.0
355.9
427.8
293.0
371.8
448.1
Input Power (KW)
30.9
30.4
29.9
30.9
30.5
30.0
30.9
30.6
30.1
30.9
30.7
30.2
Current (AMP.)
51.8
51.3
50.5
51.9
51.4
50.7
52.0
51.5
50.8
52.0
51.6
50.9
Note: All ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI standards 310-90 and 360-86.
81
WATER COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 13
EWT
(°F)
Anpu-10-W-2 RATINGS
CONDENSER
GPM
75
31.7
85
31.1
95
30.5
PD(ft)
8.2
7.8
7.5
CFM
3200
3600
4000
4400
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
148.8
134.4
121.2
152.4
137.6
124.1
155.5
140.6
126.6
158.2
143.0
128.6
87.8
103.0
75.4
92.4
109.0
78.1
96.8
114.4
80.6
100.8
120.0
SHC (MBH)
72.4
Input Power (KW)
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.0
5.2
5.3
5.0
5.2
5.3
5.0
5.1
5.3
Current (AMP.)
11.3
11.5
11.6
11.3
11.5
11.6
11.2
11.4
11.6
11.2
11.4
11.5
TC (MBH)
143.0
129.0
116.2
146.4
132.2
119.0
149.2
134.8
121.2
151.8
137.0
123.2
SHC (MBH)
70.0
85.4
100.6
73.2
90.0
106.4
75.6
94.2
112.0
78.2
98.0
117.4
Input Power (KW)
6.0
6.1
6.1
6.0
6.0
6.1
6.0
6.0
6.1
5.9
6.0
6.1
Current (AMP.)
12.4
12.5
12.5
12.4
12.5
12.5
12.4
12.5
12.5
12.3
12.5
12.5
TC (MBH)
137.0
123.6
111.0
140.2
126.4
113.6
142.8
128.8
115.8
145.0
131.0
117.6
SHC (MBH)
68.0
83.0
98.2
70.8
87.6
104.2
73.4
92.0
109.6
76.0
95.8
116.0
Input Power (KW)
6.9
6.9
6.1
6.9
6.9
6.8
6.9
6.9
6.8
6.8
6.9
6.8
Current (AMP.)
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
TABLE 14
EWT
(°F)
Anpu-15-W-2 RATINGS
CONDENSER
GPM
PD(ft)
CFM
4800
5400
6000
6400
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
TC (MBH)
75
47.9
85
46.9
95
46.2
13.4
13.0
12.4
72
66.6
85
65.0
95
63.6
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
198.6
180.1
223.2
202.2
183.2
225.8
205.4
186.0
SHC (MBH)
105.5
129.1 151.7
109.5
135.5
160.6
113.4
141.6
169.2
114.6
144.5
173.6
10.8
10.9
10.8
10.9
10.9
10.8
10.9
10.8
10.7
10.9
10.9
10.9
Current (AMP.)
20.9
21.0
21.0
20.9
21.0
21.0
20.9
21.0
21.0
20.8
21.0
21.0
TC (MBH)
207.7
188.2
170.0
212.3
192.1
173.6
215.9
195.7
176.8
219.2
179.7
179.7
SHC (MBH)
102.7
125.9
148.9
106.8
132.7
157.7
110.8
138.9
166.1
112.5
170.5
170.5
Input Power (KW)
11.5
11.3
11.1
11.5
11.3
11.1
11.6
11.4
11.2
11.6
11.2
11.2
Current (AMP.)
22.3
22.0
21.7
22.4
22.1
21.8
22.5
22.2
21.8
22.5
21.9
21.9
166.6
208.1 187.8
169.7
210.8
TC (MBH)
199.7
180.9
163.2
204.0
184.5
172.7
172.7
SHC (MBH)
99.5
122.9
145.8
103.6
129.6
154.6
108.0
136.0
163.0
109.8
172.7
172.7
Input Power (KW)
12.8
12.5
12.2
12.8
12.6
12.3
12.9
12.6
12.3
12.9
12.4
12.4
Current (AMP.)
24.3
23.9
23.4
24.4
24.0
23.5
24.5
24.1
23.6
24.6
23.7
23.7
PD(ft)
CFM
6400
7200
8000
8800
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
TC (MBH)
75
72
219.9
Anpu-20-W-2 RATINGS
CONDENSER
GPM
62
176.2
Input Power (KW)
TABLE 15
EWT
(°F)
67
215.1 193.9
16.5
15.7
15.1
72
67
62
72
67
62
67
62
72
67
62
304.1 274.7
248.6
311.4
281.7
254.7
317.5
287.5
259.5
323.0
292.4
263.6
SHC (MBH)
147.2
178.2
208.2
152.9
186.9
214.5
158.8
195.3
231.2
163.8
203.4
242.4
Input Power (KW)
13.3
13.4
13.3
13.3
13.4
13.3
13.3
13.4
13.3
13.3
13.4
13.3
Current (AMP.)
25.9
26.0
25.8
25.9
26.0
25.9
25.9
26.0
25.9
25.8
26.0
25.9
249.9
TC (MBH)
289.7
261.7
236.3
296.5
267.8
241.8
301.9
273.2
246.1
307.0
227.8
SHC (MBH)
141.5
172.2
202.2
147.0
181.0
214.0
152.8
189.2
225.8
157.9
197.3
36.1
Input Power (KW)
15.3
15.1
14.9
15.3
15.2
15.0
15.3
15.2
15.0
15.3
15.2
15.1
Current (AMP.)
28.8
28.6
28.3
28.8
28.6
28.4
28.8
28.7
28.4
28.8
28.7
28.5
TC (MBH)
276.3
249.4
225.0
282.5
255.1
230.0
287.4
260.0
234.0
292.0
264.2
237.7
SHC (MBH)
137.6
167.1
196.9
142.0
176.0
208.5
147.5
184.1
220.1 152.3
192.0
230.6
Input Power (KW)
17.1
16.8
16.5
17.1
16.9
16.6
17.2
17.0
16.6
17.2
17.0
16.7
Current (AMP.)
31.6
31.2
30.7
31.6
31.3
30.8
31.7
31.4
30.9
31.7
31.4
30.9
Note: ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI standards 310-90 and 360-86.
82
72
WATER COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 16
EWT
(°F)
CONDENSER
GPM
75
85
95
Anpu-30-W-2 RATINGS
89.4
88.1
86.5
PD(ft)
16.7
16.2
15.7
CFM
9600
10800
12000
13200
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
409.9
371.2
335.6
419.0
379.1 342.7
426.5
386.3
348.4
432.6
392.3
353.9
SHC (MBH)
202.2
247.9
292.8
210.7
261.3
310.0
218.3
272.8
326.5
226.0
284.8
341.5
Input Power (KW)
17.8
17.8
17.7
17.8
17.8
17.7
17.8
17.8
17.8
17.8
17.8
17.8
35.2
35.2
35.0
35.2
35.2
35.0
35.1
35.2
35.2
35.1
35.2
35.1
TC (MBH)
394.4
351.7
322.3
402.8
364.4
328.9
409.7
371.2
334.3
415.3
376.7
339.7
336.3
SHC (MBH)
196.2
241.7
286.3
204.4
254.7
303.8
212.0
267.0
320.2
219.8
277.9
Input Power (KW)
20.4
20.2
19.9
20.4
20.3
20.0
20.5
20.3
20.0
20.5
20.3
20.1
Current (AMP.)
39.1
38.8
38.3
39.2
38.9
38.4
39.2
39.0
38.5
39.3
39.0
38.6
TC (MBH)
378.5
342.4
308.6
385.7
349.4
314.6
392.4
355.2
319.9
397.4
360.4
326.5
SHC (MBH)
190.1
235.6
280.7
198.8
248.2
297.7
205.7
260.5
316.3
213.6
271.1
326.5
Input Power (KW)
23.0
22.6
22.0
23.1
22.7
22.1
23.1
22.7
22.2
23.2
22.8
22.3
Current (AMP.)
43.2
42.5
41.6
43.3
42.7
41.8
43.4
42.8
41.9
43.5
42.9
42.1
Anpu-40-W-2 RATINGS
CONDENSER
GPM
75
85
95
111.0
109.4
107.3
PD(ft)
17.0
16.6
15.9
CFM
4800
5400
6000
6400
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
516.6
470.0
427.0
529.5
479.3
435.4
534.5
487.3
442.3
541.6
493.6
448.9
SHC (MBH)
258.7
322.0
383.1 269.5
338.9
405.6
279.2
354.2
427.5
289.1
370.0
448.8
Input Power (KW)
19.7
20.0
20.1
20.0
20.1
19.6
19.9
20.1
19.6
19.9
20.1
39.1
39.4
39.6
39.0
39.4
39.5
38.9
39.3
39.5
38.8
39.3
39.5
TC (MBH)
499.5
453.1
410.2
509.1
462.2
425.9
516.9
469.9
425.9
523.5
475.8
434.7
SHC (MBH)
252.0
314.7
375.3
263.3
331.0
421.6
273.1
347.0
421.6
283.1
362.9
434.6
Input Power (KW)
22.6
22.6
22.5
22.6
22.6
22.6
22.6
22.6
22.6
22.5
22.6
22.6
Current (AMP.)
42.8
42.9
42.8
42.8
42.9
42.8
42.8
42.9
42.8
42.7
42.9
42.9
TC (MBH)
478.0
433.6
392.5
487.0
442.1
409.2
494.0
449.1 409.2
499.9
454.3
418.8
SHC (MBH)
244.2
306.9
367.4
255.1
323.2
408.6
265.1
338.7
408.6
275.5
354.8
418.8
Input Power (KW)
25.7
25.5
25.2
25.7
25.6
25.3
25.8
25.6
25.3
25.8
25.6
25.4
Current (AMP.)
47.1
46.8
46.3
47.1
46.8
46.5
47.1
46.9
46.5
47.1
46.9
46.6
Anpu-50-W-2 RATINGS
CONDENSER
GPM
75
85
95
140.4
138.7
136.1
19.7
Current (AMP.)
TABLE 18
EWT
(°F)
62
Current (AMP.)
TABLE 17
EWT
(°F)
67
PD(ft)
23.8
23.4
22.5
CFM
16000
18000
20000
22000
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
649.8
590.5
535.8
662.6
602.6
546.6
673.0
612.8
555.5
682.0
620.9
565.0
SHC (MBH)
325.2
403.7
479.6
339.6
424.8
509.1
353.0
445.0
536.4
364.2
464.8
565.0
Input Power (KW)
25.9
26.1
26.1
25.8
26.1
26.2
25.8
26.1
26.2
25.7
26.0
26.1
Current (AMP.)
48.8
49.1
49.2
48.7
49.1
49.2
48.6
49.0
49.2
48.5
49.0
49.2
TC (MBH)
630.3
571.2
516.5
642.7
582.9
526.8
652.8
592.8
533.9
661.3
600.5
547.3
SHC (MBH)
318.2
396.2
472.1
331.9
416.9
499.7
344.8
437.0
533.9
357.0
457.0
547.3
Input Power (KW)
29.5
29.5
29.2
29.5
29.5
29.3
29.5
29.5
29.3
29.5
29.5
29.4
Current (AMP.)
53.9
53.8
53.4
53.9
53.8
53.5
53.8
53.8
53.6
53.8
53.8
53.7
TC (MBH)
603.6
547.2
495.1
615.1 557.8
500.5
624.2
566.9
514.9
631.8
573.9
527.2
SHC (MBH)
308.4
386.0
460.5
322.6
407.2
494.4
334.7
425.7
514.9
347.0
449.5
527.2
Input Power (KW)
33.5
33.3
32.6
33.6
33.2
32.7
33.6
33.3
32.8
33.6
33.3
32.9
Current (AMP.)
59.4
59.1
58.1
59.5
59.0
58.2
59.5
59.1
58.5
59.5
59.2
58.6
Note: All ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI standards 310-90 and 360-86.
83
WATER COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 19
EWT
(°F)
CONDENSER
GPM
75
85
95
Anpu-60-W-2 RATINGS
172.2
170.2
166.7
PD(ft)
21.5
20.8
20.2
CFM
19200
21600
24000
26400
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
795.5
723.8
655.7
813.3
738.6
669.2
826.9
751.6
680.0
837.1 762.3
691.9
691.9
75
85
95
208.2
205.7
201.5
SHC (MBH)
398.0
490.4
582.7
413.5
516.9
618.0
430.4
540.6
651.4
444.0
565.2
32.0
32.1
32.0
31.9
32.1
32.1
31.9
32.1
32.1
31.9
32.1
32.1
Current (AMP.)
55.6
55.8
55.7
55.5
55.8
55.7
55.5
55.8
55.8
55.5
55.7
55.8
TC (MBH)
771.7
700.2
631.4
788.4
714.2
647.0
802.2
726.9
656.5
811.3
737.3
669.4
SHC (MBH)
389.6
479.7
572.6
404.7
506.7
607.0
420.4
531.3
637.9
436.3
555.8
665.7
Input Power (KW)
36.4
36.2
36.2
36.4
36.3
35.9
36.4
36.3
36.0
36.4
36.3
36.0
Current (AMP.)
62.1
61.8
61.8
62.1
61.9
61.3
62.1
61.9
61.6
62.1
62.0
61.6
TC (MBH)
738.7
669.8
603.5
753.4
682.6
616.8
766.4
694.2
642.3
774.0
703.7
642.3
SHC (MBH)
375.9
460.3
559.8
392.1
495.3
592.6
408.3
518.1
642.3
428.0
541.1
642.3
Input Power (KW)
41.2
40.6
39.8
41.2
40.7
40.0
41.2
40.8
40.3
41.2
40.9
40.3
Current (AMP.)
69.1
68.3
67.2
69.1
68.5
67.4
69.1
68.6
67.9
69.1
68.7
67.9
PD(ft)
19.9
19.5
18.7
CFM
23040
25920
28800
31680
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
TC (MBH)
954.5
869.5
790.0
975.4
887.8
805.0
991.1
902.6
818.7 1003.0 915.5
831.8
SHC (MBH)
494.2
619.9
743.2
514.0
649.5
781.9
675.9
818.7
40.7
62
72
67
62
476.2
589.4
700.0
Input Power (KW)
40.5
40.7
40.7
40.4
40.7
40.7
40.4
40.6
40.7
40.4
40.6
Current (AMP.)
76.7
77.1
77.1
76.6
77.0
77.1
76.6
77.0
77.1
76.6
76.9
77.1
TC (MBH)
924.6
840.2
760.2
854.6
857.6
774.6
960.0
871.7
789.3
972.2
884.3
803.7
SHC (MBH)
466.4
576.4
685.6
484.8
606.6
728.9
503.4
635.7
765.9
524.0
663.8
798.6
Input Power (KW)
46.0
45.8
45.9
46.0
45.9
45.5
46.0
45.9
45.6
46.0
45.9
45.7
534.0
Current (AMP.)
85.0
84.7
84.9
85.0
84.8
84.2
85.0
84.9
84.4
85.0
84.9
84.5
TC (MBH)
883.2
802.3
727.2
900.4
818.1 739.7
915.9
831.1 754.9
924.0
842.9
770.5
591.1 711.3
770.5
SHC (MBH)
450.2
562.3
672.1
469.6
487.0
621.0
748.2
508.0
647.4
Input Power (KW)
52.1
51.5
50.6
52.1
51.6
50.8
52.1
51.7
50.9
52.1
51.8
51.1
Current (AMP.)
94.1
93.3
91.8
94.1
93.4
92.1
49.1
93.5
92.4
94.1
93.7
92.6
Note: ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI standards 310-90 and 360-86.
84
62
Anpu-70-W-2 RATINGS
CONDENSER
GPM
67
Input Power (KW)
TABLE 20
EWT
(°F)
72
WATER COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 21
EWT
(°F)
Anpu-80-W-2 RATINGS
CONDENSER
GPM
CFM
24800
27900
31000
341
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
PD(ft)
EWB(°F)
TC (MBH)
75
245.5
22.7
242.1
22.1
237.1
21.1
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
SHC (MBH)
548.0
671.6
788.0
568.5
704.6
833.8
589.2
737.1
877.2
609.6
766.6
48.1
48.3
48.1
48.1
48.3
48.2
48.0
48.3
48.2
47.9
48.2
48.3
Current (AMP.)
86.0
86.3
86.1
85.9
86.2
86.2
85.8
86.2
86.2
85.7
86.2
86.2
SHC (MBH)
1085.2 982.6
535.9
654.0
923.1
889.2 1111.8 1006.1 909.5 1131.2 1024.8 924.4 1148.7 1041.5 938.1
772.8
555.7
54.4
53.8
54.6
94.1
93.4
94.4
Input Power (KW)
54.6
54.3
53.6
54.6
Current (AMP.)
94.4
93.9
93.2
94.4
TC (MBH)
95
67
Input Power (KW)
TC (MBH)
85
72
1121.9 1018.6 925.4 1149.0 1042.9 947.1 1169.2 1062.7 964.2 1187.9 1080.1 976.0
687.9
815.7
577.8
861.8
596.8
751.1
902.9
54.4
53.9
54.6
54.5
54.0
94.2
93.5
94.4
94.2
720.2
1037.0 939.1
848.0 1061.4 960.2
865.0 1079.4 976.8
93.6
880.7 1094.4 992.1
895.7
881.7
SHC (MBH)
516.4
636.2
752.1 535.7
669.6
799.4
558.2
702.4
840.2
578.3
731.9
Input Power (KW)
61.7
60.8
59.7
61.9
61.0
59.9
61.9
61.2
60.1
61.9
61.3
60.3
Current (AMP.)
103.6
102.5
101.0
103.9
102.8
101.3
103.9
138.0
101.6
103.9
103.2
101.8
Rating Table Notes:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible but do not extrapolate.
2. In calculating the cooling load and power input (KW), the heat generated by the
evaporator fan has not been taken into account.
3. Ratings are based on 10 °F subcooling.
4. All ratings are based on 80 °F EDB according to ARI standards 310-90 and 360-86.
Formulas, (At sea level):
GPM = THR(BTU/hr
500x ∆T
(Water Flow Rate)
LDB = EDB - SHC(BTU/hr)
1.087 xCFM
(For cooling and heating coils)
H2 = H1 - TC (BTU/hr)
4.45 x CFM
(For cooling coil)
THR (MBH) = Gross Total Capacity (MBH) + 3.413 x Compressor Power Input (KW)
(For suction cooled compressors)
85
AIR COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 22
CT
(°F)
Anpu-5-A-1 RATINGS
CFM
1600
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
105
115
125
135
400
105
115
125
135
72
67
62
72
67
TC (MBH)
67.7
61.1
54.8
69.2
SHC (MBH)
33.6
41.1
48.8
35.0
2200
500
62
72
67
62.5
56.1
70.4
43.5
51.7
36.4
550
62
72
67
63.6
57.1
71.5
64.6
58.1
45.5
54.6
37.6
47.6
57.6
62
Input Power (KW)
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
Current (AMP.)
6.8
6.8
6.7
6.8
6.8
6.7
6.8
6.8
6.7
6.8
6.8
6.7
THR (MBH)
79.4
72.8
58.2
80.9
74.2
67.7
82.2
75.3
68.8
83.2
76.3
69.7
TC (MBH)
64.6
58.3
52.3
66.0
59.5
53.5
67.1
60.6
54.3
68.1
61.5
55.6
SHC (MBH)
32.5
40.0
47.5
33.9
42.4
50.5
35.2
44.3
53.4
36.5
46.3
55.6
Input Power (KW)
3.9
3.8
3.7
3.9
3.8
3.8
3.9
3.8
3.8
3.9
3.8
3.8
Current (AMP.)
7.37
7.3
7.2
7.3
7.3
7.2
7.3
7.3
7.2
7.3
7.3
7.2
THR (MBH)
77.8
71.3
65.1
79.2
72.6
66.3
80.3
73.7
67.2
81.4
74.6
68.5
TC (MBH)
61.5
55.4
49.7
62.7
56.5
50.6
63.7
57.5
51.9
64.6
58.3
53.2
SHC (MBH)
31.3
38.8
46.3
32.7
41.1
49.2
34.0
43.2
51.9
33.
45.2
53.2
Input Power (KW)
4.3
4.2
4.1
4.3
4.2
4.1
4.3
4.2
4.1
4.3
4.2
4.2
Current (AMP.)
7.97
7.8
7.6
7.9
7.8
7.7
7.9
7.8
7.7
7.9
7.8
7.7
THR (MBH)
76.1
69.7
63.7
77.4
70.9
64.6
78.5
71.9
66.0
79.3
72.8
67.4
TC (MBH)
58.3
52.4
46.9
59.3
53.4
48.2
60.3
54.3
49.6
61.0
55
50.8
SHC (MBH)
30.0
37.7
45.2
31.5
39.8
48.0
32.8
41.9
49.5
34.0
43.9
50.8
Input Power (KW)
4.7
4.6
4.4
4.7
4.6
4.5
4.7
4.6
4.5
4.7
4.6
4.5
Current (AMP.)
8.4
8.3
8.1
8.5
8.3
8.1
8.5
8.3
8.2
8.5
8.4
8.2
THR (MBH)
74.3
68.0
62.0
75.4
69.1
63.4
76.4
70.0
64.9
77.2
70.8
66.3
Anpu-8-A-1 RATINGS
CFM
2560
2880
3200
3520
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
102.4
92.9
83.9
105.3
94.8
85.6
106.3
96.2
87.3
107.3
98.1
88.7
SHC (MBH)
51.8
63.9
75.9
54.0
67.3
80.5
55.9
71.0
85.3
57.5
73.4
88.7
Input Power (KW)
6.4
6.3
6.1
6.4
6.3
6.2
6.5
6.3
6.2
6.5
6.4
6.2
Current (AMP.)
12.2
12.0
11.8
12.3
12.0
11.8
12.3
12.1
11.9
12.3
12.1
11.9
THR (MBH)
124.3
114.4
104.9
127.0
116.4
106.7
128.4
117.8
108.4
129.5
119.8
109.9
TC (MBH)
98.0
88.8
80.1
99.9
90.5
81.7
101.4
91.6
84.0
102.9
93.5
85.3
SHC (MBH)
50.1
62.1
74.1
52.2
65.6
78.6
54.2
69.3
82.1
55.9
71.6
85.3
Input Power (KW)
7.1
6.9
6.7
7.1
6.9
6.7
7.1
6.9
6.8
7.1
7.0
6.8
Current (AMP.)
13.3
14.2
12.6
13.3
13.0
12.7
13.4
13.0
12.8
13.4
13.1
12.8
THR (MBH)
122.1
112.3
102.9
124.1
114.2
104.7
125.8
115.3
107.2
127.3
117.3
105.6
96.1
86.7
80.4
97.3
TC (MBH)
92.9
84.2
75.9
94.7
85.7
77.6
88.3
81.5
SHC (MBH)
48.1
60.3
72.4
50.3
63.6
77.0
52.1
67.3
78.4
54.2
69.9
81.5
Input Power (KW)
7.7
7.5
7.2
7.8
7.5
7.3
8.8
7.6
8.4
8.8
7.6
7.4
Current (AMP.)
14.3
13.9
13.5
14.4
14.0
13.6
15.9
14.0
15.3
15.9
14.1
13.8
THR (MBH)
119.3
109.7
100.6
121.1
111.5
102.5
126.1
112.5
109.0
127.3
114.2
106.9
TC (MBH)
87.1
78.9
71.3
88.4
80.3
73.4
89.6
81.4
76.2
90.2
82.4
77.2
SHC (MBH)
46.1
58.2
70.8
48.1
61.5
73.4
49.7
65.0
74.3
51.6
68.0
77.2
Input Power (KW)
8.4
8.1
7.8
8.4
8.1
7.9
8.4
8.2
8.0
8.4
8.2
8.0
Current (AMP.)
15.4
14.9
14.4
15.4
15.0
14.6
15.4
15.0
14.7
15.4
15.1
14.8
THR (MBH)
115.7
106.5
98
117.1
108.1
100.4
118.3
109.3
103.5
118.9
110.5
104.7
Rating Table Notes:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible but do not extrapolate.
2. In calculating the cooling load and power input (kw), the
heat generated by the evaporator fan has not been taken
into account.
86
450
EWB(°F)
TABLE 23
CT
(°F)
2000
1800
3. Ratings are based on 10 °F subcooling.
4. All ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI
standards 310-90 and 360-86
5. Standard air cooled condenser rating are based on 125
°F condensing temperature according to ARI Standard
460-(87).
AIR COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 24
CT
(°F)
105
115
125
135
Anpu-10-A-1 RATINGS
CFM
3200
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
105
115
125
135
450
400
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
TC (MBH)
138.1
124.7
112.5
141.3
SHC (MBH)
68.1
83.6
98.4
71.0
4400
500
62
72
127.5
115.0
143.7
88.0
104.2
73.7
67
550
62
72
67
130
117
146.0
132.1
118.9
92.0
110.1
76.1
96.0
115.3
62
Input Power (KW)
8.5
8.4
8.3
8.6
8.5
8.3
8.6
8.5
8.3
8.6
8.5
8.3
Current (AMP.)
15.8
15.6
15.3
15.8
15.6
15.4
15.8
15.7
15.4
15.8
15.7
15.5
THR (MBH)
167.3
153.4
140.7
170.5
170.1
143.3
173.0
158.9
145.4
175.3
161.1
147.4
TC (MBH)
131.2
118.5
106.8
134.1
121.1
109.0
136.4
123.3
110.9
138.3
125.2
112.8
SHC (MBH)
65.6
81.0
95.8
68.2
85.3
101.6
70.9
89.4
107.2
73.5
93.1
112.7
Input Power (KW)
9.4
9.2
9.0
9.5
9.3
9.0
9.5
9.3
9.0
9.5
9.3
9.1
Current (AMP.)
17.2
16.9
16.5
17.2
16.9
16.6
17.2
17
16.6
17.3
17.0
16.7
THR (MBH)
163.4
150.0
137.5
166.4
152.7
139.9
168.8
155.0
141.9
170.8
157.0
144
TC (MBH)
124.2
112.2
101.0
126.8
114.5
102.9
128.9
116.4
104.8
130.5
118.1
107.7
107.7
SHC (MBH)
62.9
78.3
93.1
65.6
82.6
99.2
68.3
86.6
104.8
70.9
90.6
Input Power (KW)
10.3
10.0
9.7
10.3
10.1
9.8
10.3
10.1
9.8
10.4
10.1
9.9
Current (AMP.)
18.5
18.1
17.6
18.6
18.2
17.7
18.6
18.2
17.8
18.7
18.3
17.9
THR (MBH)
152.3
146.4
134.2
162.0
148.9
136.3
164.2
150.9
138.4
165.9
152.7
141.4
TC (MBH)
117.2
105.8
95.2
119.4
107.8
97.2
121.3
109.4
100
122.7
110.9
102.5
SHC (MBH)
60.5
75.6
90.7
63.0
80.1
97.2
65.6
84
100
68.1
87.8
102.5
Input Power (KW)
11.1
10.7
10.4
11.1
10.8
10.5
11.2
10.9
10.6
11.2
10.9
10.6
Current (AMP.)
19.8
19.3
18.7
19.9
19.4
18.8
20
19.5
19.6
20.0
19.55
19.1
THR (MBH)
154.9
142.5
130.8
157.4
144.7
132.9
159.4
146.5
136.1
160.9
148.1
138.8
Anpu-15-A-1 RATINGS
TABLE 25
CT
(°F)
4000
3600
CFM
4800
5400
6000
6600
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
194.3
175.7
158.5
198.4
179.2
153.8
201.6
182.7
164.4
204.5
185.2
167.8
SHC (MBH)
97.5
120.6
143.5
101.7
127.4
152.6
105.7
133.2
160.7
109.5
139.4
167.7
Input Power (KW)
11.5
11.3
11.1
11.6
11.4
11.1
11.6
11.4
11.2
11.6
11.5
11.2
Current (AMP.)
21.7
21.3
20.9
21.7
21.4
21.0
21.8
21.5
21.1
21.8
21.5
21.2
THR (MBH)
233.8
214.4
196.4
237.9
218.1 191.8
241.3
221.7
202.5
244.2
224.3
206.1
TC (MBH)
185.8
167.9
151.3
189.5
171.1
153.8
192.5
174.2
157.4
195.6
176.6
161.3
SHC (MBH)
94.4
117.6
140.1
98.6
124.2
149.6
102.3
129.9
157.3
105.6
137.0
161.6
Input Power (KW)
12.8
12.5
12.2
12.9
12.6
12.2
12.9
12.6
12.3
12.9
12.7
12.4
Current (AMP.)
23.8
23.3
22.7
23.9
23.4
22.8
23.9
23.5
22.9
23.9
23.5
23.0
THR (MBH)
229.6
210.7
192.8
233.5
214.1
195.6
236.0
217.3
199.4
239.7
219.9
203.5
TC (MBH)
176.9
159.9
143.1
180.3
162.8
146.8
183.6
165.5
150.9
186.5
167.7
154.8
SHC (MBH)
91.5
114.3
137.8
95.1
120.7
146.7
98.6
126.9
151.3
101.4
132.6
154.8
Input Power (KW)
14.1
13.7
13.2
14.2
13.8
13.3
14.2
13.8
13.4
14.2
13.9
13.5
Current (AMP.)
25.9
25.2
24.4
26.0
25.3
24.6
26.0
25.5
24.8
26.0
25.5
25.0
THR (MBH)
225.1
206.6
188.2
228.7
209.8
192.3
232.1
212.7
196.8
235.0
215.1
201.1
TC (MBH)
167.8
151.6
136.0
170.9
154.4
140.3
174.5
156.5
144.5
177.1
158.4
148.0
SHC (MBH)
87.9
110.9
133.9
91.8
117.1
140.7
94.0
123.5
144.5
96.9
129.6
148.0
Input Power (KW)
15.4
14.8
14.2
15.4
14.9
14.4
15.4
15.0
14.6
15.4
16.1
14.7
Current (AMP.)
28.1
27.2
26.2
28.1
27.3
26.5
28.1
27.5
26.7
28.1
27.6
26.9
THR (MBH)
220.2
202.2
184.7
223.4
205.3
189.6
227.0
207.7
194.8
229.5
209.8
198.2
Rating Table Notes:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible but do not extrapolate.
2. In calculating the cooling load and power input (KW), the
heat generated by the evaporator fan has been taken into
account.
3. Ratings are based on 10 °F subcooling.
4. All ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI
standards 310-90 and 360-86
5. Standard air cooled condenser ratings are based on 125
°F condensing temperature according to ARI Standard
460-(87).
87
AIR COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 26
CT
(°F)
Anpu-20-A-1 RATINGS
CFM
6400
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
EWB(°F)
105
115
125
135
115
125
135
62
500
67
62
72
550
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
241.6
219.4
198.3
246.1
223.7
201.9
249.9
227.1
206.7
252.5
230.0
211.7
125.8
157.0
188.2
131.4
165.3
200.1 136.7
173.9
206.7
142.4
181.7
211.7
Input Power (KW)
12.9
12.8
12.6
12.9
12.8
12.6
12.9
12.8
12.7
12.9
12.8
12.7
Current (AMP.)
23.5
23.4
23.2
23.5
23.4
23.2
23.5
23.5
23.3
23.5
23.5
23.3
THR (MBH)
285.5
263.0
241.4
290.1
267.4
245.1
293.9
270.8
250.0
296.5
273.8
255.1
TC (MBH)
230.6
209.4
188.5
234.7
213.1
193.3
238.1
216.2
198.6
240.2
218.7
203.1
SHC (MBH)
121.6
152.6
188.5
126.9
161.1
193.3
132.2
169.4
198.6
138.2
177.6
203.1
Input Power (KW)
14.4
14.2
13.9
14.4
14.2
14.0
14.4
14.3
14.1
14.4
14.3
14.1
Current (AMP.)
25.7
25.4
24.9
25.7
25.4
25.1
25.7
25.5
25.2
25.7
25.5
25.3
THR (MBH)
279.8
257.9
235.9
283.9
261.7
241.1
287.4
265.0
246.6
289.4
267.6
251.3
TC (MBH)
219.1 198.7
179.6
222.8
202.2
185.2
225.7
205.0
190.4
227.1
207.2
194.7
SHC (MBH)
117.4
148.6
179.6
122.5
156.9
185.2
128.3
164.7
190.4
135.0
173.4
194.7
Input Power (KW)
15.9
15.6
15.2
15.9
15.7
15.3
15.9
15.7
15.4
15.9
15.7
15.5
Current (AMP.)
27.8
27.4
26.8
27.8
27.4
27.0
27.8
27.5
27.1
27.8
27.6
27.3
THR (MBH)
273.4
251.9
231.5
277.0
255.6
237.5
280.0
258.6
243.1
281.3
260.9
247.7
TC (MBH)
207.4
187.8
171.4
210.7
190.9
177.0
213.2
193.3
181.6
214.0
195.3
185.7
SHC (MBH)
112.6
144.2
171.4
118.2
152.5
177.0
123.7
160.8
181.6
130.9
168.7
185.7
Input Power (KW)
17.3
16.9
16.5
17.3
17.0
16.7
17.3
17.1
16.8
17.3
17.1
16.9
Current (AMP.)
29.8
29.3
28.7
29.8
29.5
28.9
29.8
29.6
29.1
29.8
29.6
29.3
THR (MBH)
266.4
245.6
227.7
269.7
249.0
233.9
272.2
251.7
238.9
273.0
253.8
243.4
Anpu-25-A-1 RATINGS
CFM
8000
9000
10000
11000
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
306.6
277.7
250.7
312.3
283.1
255.5
317.4
287.9
260.6
320.4
291.9
267.2
SHC (MBH)
155.8
195.0
233.0
162.8
205.9
247.6
169.2
215.9
260.6
176.6
225.0
267.2
Input Power (KW)
16.8
16.6
16.3
16.8
16.6
16.4
16.8
16.7
16.4
16.8
16.7
16.5
Current (AMP.)
29.7
29.5
29.1
29.8
29.5
29.2
29.8
29.6
29.3
29.8
29.6
29.4
THR (MBH)
363.8
334.4
306.5
369.6
339.9
311.5
374.7
344.8
316.7
377.7
348.9
323.6
TC (MBH)
292.4
264.9
239.1
297.4
269.7
244.5
302.3
274.1
250.6
304.2
277.6
256.8
SHC (MBH)
151.3
189.4
227.7
157.7
200.3
242.7
163.4
209.8
250.6
172.1
219.9
256.8
Input Power (KW)
18.7
18.4
18.0
18.7
18.5
18.1
18.7
18.5
18.2
18.7
18.6
18.3
Current (AMP.)
32.5
32.0
31.4
32.5
32.1
31.6
32.5
32.2
31.4
32.5
32.3
31.9
THR (MBH)
356.2
327.7
300.5
361.4
332.7
306.3
366.2
337.4
312.7
368.1
340.9
319.2
TC (MBH)
277.5
251.3
227.7
282.1
255.9
233.7
286.7
259.7
240.0
287.2
262.6
245.7
SHC (MBH)
145.6
184.4
221.4
152.5
194.8
233.5
157.4
205.0
240.0
167.6
214.6
245.7
Input Power (KW)
20.5
20.1
19.6
20.5
20.2
19.8
20.5
20.3
19.9
20.5
20.4
20.4
Current (AMP.)
35.1
34.5
33.8
35.1
34.7
34.0
35.1
34.8
34.2
35.1
34.8
34.4
THR (MBH)
347.6
320.1
294.6
352.2
325.0
301.2
356.8
329.0
308.0
357.3
322.2
314.1
TC (MBH)
261.6
237.1
215.9
265.6
241.3
222.8
270.5
244.5
228.8
269.4
247.0
233.9
SHC (MBH)
140.6
178.6
215.9
147.6
189.2
22.8
151.4
199.2
228.8
164.1
208.6
233.9
Input Power (KW)
22.2
21.8
21.2
22.2
22.0
21.4
22.2
22.0
21.6
22.2
22.1
21.8
Current (AMP.)
37.5
37.0
36.0
37.5
37.1
36.4
37.5
37.3
36.6
37.5
37.3
36.8
THR (MBH)
337.6
311.7
288.3
341.5
316.2
295.9
346.5
319.7
302.5
345.3
322.4
308.2
Rating Table Notes:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible but do not extrapolate.
2. In calculating the cooling load and power input (KW), the
heat generated by the evaporator fan has been taken into
account.
88
72
8800
SHC (MBH)
EWB(°F)
105
67
8000
450
400
72
TABLE 27
CT
(°F)
7200
3. Ratings are based on 10 °F subcooling.
4. All ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI
standards 310-90 and 360-86.
5. Standard air cooled condenser ratings are based on 125
°F condensing temperature according to ARI Standard
460-(87) .
AIR COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 28
CT
(°F)
Anpu-30-A-1 RATINGS
CFM
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
EWB(°F)
105
115
125
135
9360
115
125
135
62
72
67
12870
500
62
72
550
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
362.8
328.1
296.0
369.6
334.7
301.5
375.8
340.3
307.1
380.6
344.9
314.7
SHC (MBH)
183.8
229.0
273.2
192.1
241.0
290.7
199.5
253.4
307.1
206.8
262.0
314.7
Input Power (KW)
20.5
20.2
19.9
20.6
20.3
19.9
20.6
20.4
20.0
20.6
20.4
20.1
Current (AMP.)
34.5
34.0
33.5
34.5
34.1
33.6
34.5
34.2
33.7
34.5
34.3
33.8
THR (MBH)
432.9
397.1
363.9
439.9
404.0
369.5
446.0
409.8
375.3
450.8
414.5
383.3
TC (MBH)
345.6
312.5
281.7
351.9
318.5
287.9
357.4
323.7
294.8
362.1
327.8
302.3
SHC (MBH)
177.8
222.8
266.8
185.3
235.5
285.0
192.5
246.8
294.8
199.9
258.1
302.3
Input Power (KW)
22.8
22.3
21.8
22.8
22.4
21.9
22.8
22.5
22.0
22.8
22.6
22.2
Current (AMP.)
37.9
37.1
36.3
37.9
37.3
36.5
37.9
37.4
36.7
37.9
37.5
36.9
THR (MBH)
423.5
388.8
356.0
429.8
395.0
362.6
435.3
400.5
370.0
439.9
404.9
377.9
TC (MBH)
327.7
296.3
267.6
333.4
301.4
274.4
338.1
306.1
282.2
342.3
309.9
288.9
SHC (MBH)
171.3
216.4
259.6
179.5
228.8
274.4
186.5
240.1
282.2
193.1
251.8
288.9
Input Power (KW)
24.9
24.4
23.6
24.9
24.5
23.8
24.9
24.6
24.0
24.9
24.7
24.2
Current (AMP.)
41.0
40.1
39.1
41.0
40.3
39.4
41.0
40.5
39.6
41.0
40.6
39.9
THR (MBH)
412.7
379.4
348.4
418.4
385.0
355.8
423.1
390.1
364.2
427.3
394.1
371.5
TC (MBH)
308.5
279.1
253.2
313.5
283.6
261.3
317.9
287.7
268.5
321.8
291.0
274.7
SHC (MBH)
164.8
209.4
253.2
172.4
222.0
261.4
179.4
233.0
268.5
186.3
243.7
274.7
Input Power (KW)
26.8
26.3
25.5
26.8
26.4
25.7
26.8
26.6
26.0
26.8
26.7
26.2
Current (AMP.)
43.8
43.0
41.8
43.8
43.3
42.2
43.8
43.4
42.6
43.8
43.6
42.9
THR (MBH)
400.1
368.9
340.1
405.2
379.9
349.2
409.6
378.4
357.1
413.4
382.0
364.0
Anpu-35-A-1 RATINGS
CFM
11200
12600
14000
15400
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
105
67
11700
450
400
72
TABLE 29
CT
(°F)
10530
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
436.7
396.1
358.3
445.4
404.6
365.1
451.8
410.6
372.2
459.7
416.3
379.6
SHC (MBH)
221.8
275.3
328.3
230.6
290.1
348.7
240.2
304.2
372.2
246.2
317.3
379.6
Input Power (KW)
26.0
25.7
25.2
26.0
25.8
25.3
26.0
25.8
25.4
26.0
25.9
25.5
Current (AMP.)
47.0
46.5
45.8
47.0
46.6
46.0
47.0
46.7
46.1
47.0
46.8
46.2
THR (MBH)
525.5
483.8
444.4
534.4
492.5
451.5
540.7
498.8
458.9
458.6
504.6
466.6
TC (MBH)
415.6
376.9
340.8
423.7
384.4
347.9
428.7
390.1
355.6
437.3
395.3
364.0
SHC (MBH)
213.5
266.9
320.1
223.3
282.0
341.7
232.0
296.0
354.9
237.0
309.7
364.0
Input Power (KW)
29.0
28.4
27.8
29.0
28.6
27.9
29.0
28.6
28.1
29.0
28.7
28.2
Current (AMP.)
51.4
50.6
49.6
51.4
50.8
49.8
51.4
50.9
50.1
51.4
51.1
50.3
THR (MBH)
514.5
474.0
435.6
522.2
481.9
443.2
527.6
487.9
451.4
536.2
493.3
460.2
TC (MBH)
393.9
357.1
323.3
401.2
363.8
330.8
404.6
368.9
339.6
443.7
373.5
347.7
SHC (MBH)
205.4
259.7
311.4
213.9
273.9
329.8
225.0
287.6
339.6
228.0
300.9
347.7
Input Power (KW)
31.8
31.1
30.3
31.8
31.3
30.5
31.8
31.4
30.7
31.8
31.5
30.9
Current (AMP.)
55.7
54.7
53.4
55.7
55.0
53.7
55.7
55.1
54.1
55.7
55.3
54.4
THR (MBH)
502.4
463.4
426.6
509.6
470.7
434.8
513.0
476.2
444.5
522.1
481.1
453.2
TC (MBH)
371.3
336.4
305.7
378.1
342.3
314.8
379.8
347.0
323.3
390.0
350.9
330.6
330.6
SHC (MBH)
197.4
251.4
303.9
205.0
265.9
314.8
219.0
279.9
323.3
219.3
292.5
Input Power (KW)
34.4
33.8
32.8
34.4
34.0
33.1
34.4
34.2
33.4
34.4
34.3
33.6
Current (AMP.)
59.7
58.8
57.2
59.7
59.1
57.7
59.7
59.3
58.1
59.7
59.5
58.5
THR (MBH)
488.8
451.9
417.5
495.7
458.4
427.7
497.3
463.5
437.2
507.5
467.9
445.4
Rating Table Notes:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible but do not extrapolate.
2. In calculating the cooling load and power input (kw), the
heat generated by the evaporator fan has not been taken
into account.
3. Ratings are based on 10 °F subcooling.
4. All ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI
standards 310-90 and 360-86
5. Standard air cooled condenser rating are based on 125
°F condensing temperature according to ARI Standard
460-(87).
89
AIR COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 30
CT
(°F)
Anpu-40-A-1 RATINGS
CFM
12800
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
EWB(°F)
105
115
125
135
105
115
125
135
450
400
17600
500
550
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
520.9
471.3
425.8
531.8
481.0
433.7
540.8
489.8
441.4
549.7
496.9
448.1
SHC (MBH)
260.8
322.1
382.3
271.9
340.1
409.0
285.0
355.9
427.8
293.0
371.8
448.1
Input Power (KW)
30.9
30.4
29.9
30.9
30.5
30.0
30.9
30.6
30.1
30.9
30.7
30.2
Current (AMP.)
51.8
51.3
50.5
51.9
51.4
50.7
52.0
51.5
50.8
52.0
51.6
50.9
THR (MBH)
626.2
575.2
527.7
637.4
585.2
536.0
646.4
594.2
544.1
655.3
601.6
551.0
TC (MBH)
496.4
449.0
404.7
506.6
458.2
412.8
514.5
465.9
421.3
523.2
472.5
430.2
SHC (MBH)
251.0
313.1
372.8
264.5
330.3
395.8
275.0
345.7
421.3
283.3
361.0
430.2
Input Power (KW)
34.4
33.7
32.8
34.4
33.8
33.0
34.4
33.9
33.2
34.4
34.0
33.3
Current (AMP.)
56.5
55.5
54.4
56.6
55.7
54.7
56.6
55.9
54.9
56.6
56.0
55.1
THR (MBH)
613.8
563.9
516.8
624.1
573.4
525.5
632.1
581.8
534.5
640.8
588.7
544.0
TC (MBH)
471.1
425.9
383.8
480.5
434.4
392.3
487.4
441.2
401.6
496.0
447.1
411.5
SHC (MBH)
242.2
303.5
362.8
254.9
320.9
392.3
266.0
337.1
401.6
272.5
351.6
411.5
Input Power (KW)
37.8
36.9
35.8
37.8
37.1
36.0
37.8
37.2
36.3
37.8
37.4
36.5
Current (AMP.)
61.0
59.8
58.3
61.0
60.1
58.7
61.0
60.3
59.0
61.0
60.5
59.4
THR (MBH)
600.0
551.7
505.9
609.4
561.0
515.2
616.3
568.2
525.3
624.9
574.6
536.2
TC (MBH)
445.0
402.0
363.0
453.7
409.6
372.1
459.7
415.7
382.1
468.6
420.9
392.0
SHC (MBH)
232.3
294.1
354.4
244.7
310.4
372.1
263.0
326.2
382.1
266.0
342.1
392.0
Input Power (KW)
40.9
40.0
38.7
40.9
40.2
39.0
40.9
40.4
39.3
40.9
40.6
39.7
Current (AMP.)
65.4
64.1
62.3
65.4
64.4
62.7
65.4
64.7
63.2
65.4
64.9
63.7
THR (MBH)
584.7
538.6
495.0
593.4
547.0
505.3
599.4
553.7
516.4
608.2
559.5
527.5
Anpu-10-A-2 RATINGS
CFM
3200
3600
4000
4400
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
137.0
123.6
111.0
140.2
126.4
113.6
142.8
128.8
115.8
145.0
131.0
117.6
SHC (MBH)
68.0
83.0
98.2
70.8
87.6
104.2
73.4
92.0
109.6
76.0
95.8
116.0
Input Power (KW)
6.9
6.9
6.1
6.9
6.9
6.8
6.9
6.9
6.8
6.8
6.9
6.8
Current (AMP.)
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
THR (MBH)
160.4
147.0
131.8
163.6
149.8
136.9
166.2
152.2
139.1
168.3
154.4
140.9
TC (MBH)
130.8
118.0
106.0
133.6
120.6
108.2
136.2
122.8
110.2
138.2
124.6
112.4
112.0
SHC (MBH)
65.8
80.8
96.0
68.4
85.2
101.6
70.8
89.2
107.0
73.4
93.2
Input Power (KW)
7.7
7.6
7.5
7.7
7.7
7.5
7.8
7.7
7.6
7.8
7.7
7.6
Current (AMP.)
14.7
14.6
14.4
14.7
14.6
14.4
14.7
14.6
14.7
14.7
14.6
14.5
THR (MBH)
157.2
144.1
131.7
160.0
146.7
133.9
162.7
149.0
136.0
164.7
150.9
138.3
TC (MBH)
124.4
112.0
100.6
127.0
114.4
102.6
129.4
116.4
105.0
131.2
118.0
107.4
SHC (MBH)
63.2
78.4
93.2
66.0
82.6
99.2
68.6
86.6
104.4
70.8
90.4
107.4
Input Power (KW)
8.6
8.4
8.2
8.6
8.4
8.2
8.6
8.5
8.3
8.6
8.5
8.3
Current (AMP.)
15.8
15.6
15.3
15.8
15.6
15.4
15.9
15.7
15.4
15.9
15.7
15.5
THR (MBH)
153.7
140.7
128.6
156.4
143.2
130.7
158.8
145.3
133.3
160.7
147.0
135.9
TC (MBH)
118.0
106.1
94.8
120.2
108.2
97.2
122.2
110.0
100.0
124.0
111.4
102.6
102.6
SHC (MBH)
60.8
75.8
90.8
63.6
80.2
96.8
66.2
84.4
100.0
68.4
88.4
Input Power (KW)
9.4
9.2
8.9
9.5
9.2
8.9
9.5
9.2
9.0
9.5
9.3
9.1
Current (AMP.)
16.9
16.6
16.2
17.0
16.7
16.3
17.0
16.7
16.4
17.0
16.8
16.5
THR (MBH)
151.4
137.4
125.1
152.5
139.7
127.7
154.6
141.5
130.8
156.4
141.9
133.6
Rating Table Notes:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible but do not extrapolate.
2. In calculating the cooling load and power input (KW), the
heat generated by the evaporator fan has been taken into
account.
90
16000
72
TABLE 31
CT
(°F)
14400
3. Ratings are based on 10 °F subcooling.
4. All ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI
standards 310-90 and 360-86.
5. Standard air cooled condenser ratings are based on 125
°F condensing temperature according to ARI Standard
460-(87) .
AIR COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 32
CT
(°F)
105
115
125
135
Anpu-15-A-2 RATINGS
CFM
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
72
67
115
125
135
62
6400
500
72
67
62
550
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
199.7
180.9
163.2
204.0
184.5
166.6
208.1
187.8
169.7
210.8
190.8
172.7
SHC (MBH)
99.5
122.9
145.8
103.6
129.6
154.6
108.0
136.0
163.0
109.8
138.5
172.7
Input Power (KW)
12.8
12.5
12.2
12.8
12.6
12.3
12.9
12.6
12.3
12.9
12.6
12.4
Current (AMP.)
24.3
23.9
23.4
24.4
24.0
23.5
24.5
24.1
23.6
24.6
24.1
23.7
THR (MBH)
243.3
223.6
204.8
247.8
227.4
208.5
252.0
230.8
211.8
254.8
233.9
214.9
TC (MBH)
190.9
172.8
155.8
194.8
176.2
159.0
197.8
179.2
162.1
200.4
181.8
165.7
SHC (MBH)
96.2
119.5
142.4
100.7
126.4
151.2
104.7
132.4
162.1
106.1
135.1
165.7
Input Power (KW)
14.0
13.7
13.3
14.1
13.8
13.4
14.2
13.8
13.4
14.2
13.9
13.5
Current (AMP.)
26.4
25.7
25.1
26.5
25.9
25.2
26.6
26.0
25.4
26.7
26.1
25.5
THR (MBH)
238.8
219.5
201.2
243.0
223.1
204.7
246.2
226.4
208.0
248.9
229.1
211.8
TC (MBH)
181.2
163.8
147.7
184.6
166.9
150.7
187.3
169.6
154.5
189.7
171.9
158.4
SHC (MBH)
92.7
116.1
138.8
97.0
122.5
150.7
100.9
128.8
154.5
102.2
131.6
158.4
Input Power (KW)
15.3
14.9
14.4
15.4
14.94
14.5
15.5
15.0
14.6
15.5
15.1
14.7
Current (AMP.)
28.4
27.6
26.8
28.6
27.8
27.0
28.7
27.9
27.2
28.8
28.0
27.4
THR (MBH)
233.5
214.5
196.8
237.1
217.9
200.1
240.2
220.9
204.3
242.7
223.4
208.5
TC (MBH)
170.4
153.7
138.7
173.1
156.4
142.6
175.2
158.7
146.6
177.1
160.7
150.2
SHC (MBH)
88.8
112.1
134.8
92.8
118.2
142.6
96.6
124.5
146.6
98.0
127.7
150.2
Input Power (KW)
16.6
16.0
15.5
16.7
16.1
15.6
16.8
16.2
15.8
16.8
16.3
15.9
Current (AMP.)
30.5
29.6
28.6
30.7
29.7
28.8
30.8
29.9
29.1
30.9
30.0
29.3
THR (MBH)
227.1
208.4
191.5
230.1
211.4
195.9
232.4
214.1
200.5
234.4
216.3
204.5
Anpu-20-A-2 RATINGS
CFM
6400
7200
8000
8800
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
105
6000
450
400
EWB(°F)
TABLE 33
CT
(°F)
5400
4800
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
276.3
249.4
225.0
282.5
255.1
230.0
287.4
260.0
234.0
292.0
264.2
237.7
SHC (MBH)
137.6
167.1
196.9
142.0
176.0
208.5
147.5
184.1
220.1
152.3
192.0
230.6
Input Power (KW)
17.1
16.8
16.5
17.1
16.9
16.6
17.2
17.0
16.6
17.2
17.0
16.7
Current (AMP.)
31.6
31.2
30.7
31.6
31.3
30.8
31.7
31.4
30.9
31.7
31.4
30.9
THR (MBH)
334.6
306.9
281.3
341.0
312.8
286.6
346.0
317.8
290.8
350.7
322.2
294.7
TC (MBH)
262.5
237.0
213.5
268.1
242.1
218.0
272.8
246.5
221.8
276.7
250.3
225.6
SHC (MBH)
131.5
162.1
191.7
136.7
170.5
203.6
141.8
178.9
214.4
269.2
186.2
225.6
Input Power (KW)
18.9
18.5
18.0
18.9
18.6
18.1
19.0
18.6
18.2
19.0
18.7
18.3
Current (AMP.)
34.3
33.7
33.0
34.4
33.9
33.1
34.5
34.0
33.3
34.6
34.1
33.4
THR (MBH)
326.8
300.0
275.0
332.7
305.5
279.8
337.5
310.1
283.8
314.5
314.1
288.0
TC (MBH)
248.4
224.4
202.0
253.6
229.0
205.8
257.8
232.8
209.6
261.1
236.2
215.3
SHC (MBH)
125.9
156.3
186.3
131.2
165.2
198.5
136.6
173.3
209.6
141.9
181.2
215.3
Input Power (KW)
20.5
20.0
19.4
20.6
20.1
19.5
20.7
20.2
19.7
20.7
20.3
19.8
Current (AMP.)
37.0
36.2
35.3
37.2
36.4
35.4
37.3
36.5
35.6
37.4
36.6
35.8
THR (MBH)
318.5
292.7
268.4
324.0
297.8
272.5
328.4
301.8
276.7
331.9
305.9
282.9
TC (MBH)
234.4
211.6
190.4
238.9
215.6
194.3
242.5
218.8
200.0
245.3
221.8
204.9
SHC (MBH)
120.9
151.2
181.3
126.1
160.2
194.3
131.2
167.9
200.0
136.5
175.6
204.9
Input Power (KW)
22.1
21.5
20.8
22.2
21.6
20.9
22.3
21.7
21.1
22.4
21.8
21.3
Current (AMP.)
39.6
38.6
37.5
39.8
38.8
37.7
39.9
39.0
38.0
40.0
39.1
38.3
THR (MBH)
309.9
285.0
261.5
314.8
289.3
265.8
318.7
293.0
272.1
321.7
296.2
277.6
Rating Table Notes:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible but do not extrapolate.
2. In calculating the cooling load and power input (kw), the
heat generated by the evaporator fan has not been taken
into account.
3. Ratings are based on 10 °F subcooling.
4. All ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI
standards 310-90 and 360-86
5. Standard air cooled condenser rating are based on 125
°F condensing temperature according to ARI Standard
460-(87).
91
AIR COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 34
CT
(°F)
Anpu-30-A-2 RATINGS
CFM
9600
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
105
115
125
135
72
115
125
135
72
67
500
62
72
67
550
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
378.5
342.4
308.6
385.7
349.4
314.6
392.4
355.2
319.9
397.4
360.4
326.5
190.1
235.6
280.7
198.8
248.2
297.7
205.7
260.5
316.3
213.6
271.1
326.5
Input Power (KW)
23.0
22.6
22.0
23.1
22.7
22.1
23.1
22.7
22.2
23.2
22.8
22.3
Current (AMP.)
43.2
42.5
41.6
43.3
42.7
41.8
43.4
42.8
41.9
43.5
42.9
42.1
THR (MBH)
457.0
419.4
383.8
464.4
426.7
390.1
471.3
432.8
395.7
476.6
438.2
402.6
TC (MBH)
361.7
327.0
294.7
368.3
333.4
299.8
374.6
338.8
306.5
379.1
343.5
314.1
SHC (MBH)
184.1
230.0
273.9
192.4
242.0
291.7
199.5
254.3
306.5
207.4
265.3
314.1
Input Power (KW)
25.5
24.9
24.1
25.6
25.0
24.3
25.7
25.1
24.4
25.8
25.2
24.6
Current (AMP.)
47.2
46.2
45.0
47.5
46.5
45.2
47.6
46.6
45.5
47.8
46.8
45.8
THR (MBH)
448.8
411.9
377.0
455.7
418.7
382.6
462.4
424.5
389.8
467.1
429.5
398.1
TC (MBH)
344.4
311.2
280.4
350.5
317.0
284.6
356.0
321.9
294.2
360.3
326.2
301.4
SHC (MBH)
178.3
223.1
267.9
186.5
236.2
284.6
193.5
247.5
294.2
200.8
258.6
301.4
Input Power (KW)
28.0
27.1
26.2
28.1
27.3
26.3
28.3
27.4
26.6
28.4
27.5
26.9
Current (AMP.)
51.5
50.0
48.5
51.7
50.3
48.7
51.9
50.5
49.2
52.1
50.7
49.5
THR (MBH)
439.9
403.8
369.8
446.6
410.1
374.5
452.5
415.6
385.1
457.1
420.2
393.1
TC (MBH)
326.6
294.9
266.3
332.3
300.1
273.8
337.5
304.5
281.4
341.1
308.2
288.1
SHC (MBH)
171.9
294.9
263.5
179.7
230.2
273.9
186.8
241.4
281.4
193.6
251.8
288.1
Input Power (KW)
30.4
29.4
28.3
30.6
29.6
28.6
30.7
29.7
28.9
30.7
29.8
29.1
Current (AMP.)
55.7
53.8
51.9
56.0
54.1
25.5
56.2
54.4
53.0
56.2
54.6
53.4
THR (MBH)
430.5
395.1
362.8
436.8
401.0
371.4
442.4
406.0
380.0
446.1
410.1
387.5
Anpu-40-A-2 RATINGS
CFM
12800
14400
16000
17600
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
478.0
433.6
392.5
487.0
442.1
400.2
494.0
449.1
409.2
499.9
454.3
418.8
SHC (MBH)
244.2
306.9
367.4
255.1
323.2
390.0
265.1
338.7
408.6
275.5
354.8
418.8
Input Power (KW)
25.7
25.5
25.2
25.7
25.6
25.3
25.8
25.6
25.3
25.8
25.6
25.4
Current (AMP.)
47.1
58.8
46.3
47.1
46.8
46.4
47.1
46.9
46.5
47.1
46.9
46.6
THR (MBH)
565.8
520.7
478.5
574.8
529.3
486.5
583.9
536.5
495.7
587.8
541.8
505.6
TC (MBH)
456.1
413.5
374.0
464.0
421.3
383.0
470.5
427.5
392.9
475.7
432.3
402.3
SHC (MBH)
236.6
299.0
359.6
247.8
315.4
382.0
258.3
331.0
392.0
267.4
346.4
402.3
Input Power (KW)
28.8
28.3
27.8
28.8
28.4
27.9
28.8
28.5
28.1
28.8
28.6
28.2
Current (AMP.)
51.3
50.7
49.9
51.4
50.8
62.9
51.4
50.9
50.3
51.4
51.0
50.5
THR (MBH)
554.4
510.2
468.8
562.4
518.4
478.3
569.0
524.8
488.7
574.1
529.8
498.6
TC (MBH)
433.2
392.8
356.1
440.2
398.4
366.5
445.9
405.1
376.7
450.2
409.4
385.2
SHC (MBH)
229.3
290.8
354.3
240.0
307.2
366.4
249.3
323.5
376.5
260.6
338.4
385.2
Input Power (KW)
31.8
31.1
30.3
31.8
31.2
30.6
31.8
31.3
30.8
31.8
31.4
31.0
Current (AMP.)
55.6
54.6
53.5
55.6
54.8
53.8
55.6
54.9
54.1
55.6
55.0
54.4
THR (MBH)
541.7
499.0
459.7
548.8
506.4
470.8
554.4
512.0
481.8
558.6
516.5
490.9
TC (MBH)
409.5
371.5
339.4
415.6
377.5
350.4
420.9
382.0
359.4
424.4
385.7
367.3
367.3
SHC (MBH)
221.2
282.1
339.4
231.5
298.4
350.0
241.8
313.9
359.3
253.0
329.5
Input Power (KW)
34.6
33.8
32.9
34.6
34.0
33.2
34.6
34.1
33.5
34.6
34.2
33.7
Current (AMP.)
59.7
58.5
57.2
59.7
58.8
57.7
59.7
58.9
58.1
59.7
59.1
58.4
THR (MBH)
527.4
486.9
451.7
533.5
493.4
463.8
538.9
498.3
473.6
542.3
502.3
482.2
Rating Table Notes:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible but do not extrapolate.
2. In calculating the cooling load and power input (KW), the
heat generated by the evaporator fan has been taken into
account.
92
62
13200
SHC (MBH)
EWB(°F)
105
67
12000
450
400
EWB(°F)
TABLE 35
CT
(°F)
10800
3. Ratings are based on 10 °F subcooling
4. All ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI
standards 310-90 and 360-86.
5. Standard air cooled condenser ratings are based on 125
°F condensing temperature according to ARI Standard
460-(87).
AIR COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 36
CT
(°F)
105
115
125
135
Anpu-50-A-2 RATINGS
CFM
16000
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
72
67
105
115
125
135
20000
450
400
EWB(°F)
62
22000
500
550
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
603.6
547.2
495.1
615.1
557.8
500.5
624.2
566.9
514.9
631.8
573.9
527.2
SHC (MBH)
308.4
386.0
460.5
322.6
407.2
494.4
334.7
425.7
514.9
347.0
446.5
527.2
Input Power (KW)
33.5
33.3
32.6
33.6
33.2
32.7
33.6
33.3
32.8
33.6
33.3
32.9
Current (AMP.)
59.4
59.1
58.1
59.5
59.0
58.2
59.5
59.1
58.5
59.5
59.2
58.6
THR (MBH)
718.0
660.7
606.4
693.6
671.2
612.0
738.8
680.4
627.0
746.4
687.7
639.9
TC (MBH)
575.7
521.9
470.1
586.3
531.5
481.3
594.4
539.7
495.0
601.0
546.2
507.1
SHC (MBH)
298.7
375.8
453.0
311.3
396.4
481.2
324.5
416.0
495.0
336.7
435.3
506.4
Input Power (KW)
37.4
36.7
35.8
37.4
36.8
36.1
37.4
36.9
36.3
37.4
37.0
36.5
Current (AMP.)
64.9
63.9
62.7
65.0
64.1
63.0
65.0
64.3
63.3
65.0
64.4
63.6
THR (MBH)
703.3
647.2
592.4
714.0
657.2
604.4
722.2
665.7
619.0
728.8
672.6
631.6
TC (MBH)
546.2
495.4
447.5
555.8
504.0
461.4
563.0
510.9
474.0
569.2
516.6
484.9
SHC (MBH)
288.6
365.4
446.1
301.4
386.6
461.4
314.2
406.0
474.0
327.0
424.8
484.9
Input Power (KW)
41.1
40.2
39.0
41.1
40.3
39.4
41.1
40.5
39.7
41.1
40.5
39.9
Current (AMP.)
70.2
68.8
67.2
70.2
69.1
67.7
70.2
69.3
68.2
70.2
69.4
68.5
THR (MBH)
686.4
632.4
580.8
696.0
641.7
595.8
703.2
649.1
609.4
709.4
654.9
621.3
TC (MBH)
515.3
467.3
426.2
524.0
475.1
440.1
529.8
480.6
451.7
535
485.6
461.7
SHC (MBH)
277.8
353.4
426.2
289.9
374.2
440.1
302.7
395.2
451.7
316.3
413.8
461.7
Input Power (KW)
44.5
43.5
42.2
44.5
43.7
42.7
44.5
43.9
43.0
44.5
44.0
43.3
Current (AMP.)
75.1
73.7
71.8
75.1
74.0
72.5
75.1
74.2
73.0
75.1
74.4
73.4
THR (MBH)
667.1
615.8
570.4
675.9
624.3
585.7
681.6
630.4
598.6
686.8
635.8
609.7
Anpu-60-A-2 RATINGS
TABLE 37
CT
(°F)
18000
CFM
19200
21600
24000
26400
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
EWB(°F)
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
TC (MBH)
738.7
669.8
603.5
753.4
682.6
616.8
766.4
694.2
624.5
774.0
703.7
642.3
SHC (MBH)
375.9
468.3
559.8
392.1
495.3
592.6
408.3
518.1
629.1
428.0
541.1
642.3
Input Power (KW)
41.2
40.6
39.8
41.2
40.7
40.0
41.2
40.8
40.2
41.2
40.9
40.3
Current (AMP.)
69.1
68.3
67.2
69.1
68.5
67.4
69.1
68.6
67.6
69.1
68.7
67.9
THR (MBH)
879.1
808.4
738.7
893.9
821.6
753.4
906.8
833.6
766.2
914.5
843.4
799.9
TC (MBH)
704.6
637.6
574.9
716.9
649.5
588.2
729.7
659.7
602.4
735.3
668.6
617.1
SHC (MBH)
363.2
455.0
545.6
381.0
480.6
581.0
393.8
504.5
602.4
412.0
529.3
617.1
Input Power (KW)
45.6
44.9
43.8
45.6
45.1
44.0
45.6
45.2
44.3
45.6
45.3
44.5
Current (AMP.)
75.7
74.6
73.0
75.7
74.9
73.3
75.7
75.1
73.7
75.7
75.3
74.1
THR (MBH)
860.4
790.8
724.3
872.6
803.3
738.4
885.4
814.0
753.6
885.0
823.3
769.2
TC (MBH)
668.8
603.7
545.6
677.9
614.8
560.1
690.4
623.7
575.8
693.6
631.7
589.7
SHC (MBH)
347.6
442.3
531.2
367.4
468.2
560.1
380.4
492.4
575.8
400.0
514.0
589.7
Input Power (KW)
49.8
49.0
47.6
49.8
49.2
48.0
49.8
49.4
48.3
49.8
49.6
48.7
Current (AMP.)
81.9
80.7
78.6
81.9
81.0
79.2
81.9
81.3
79.7
81.9
81.6
80.2
THR (MBH)
838.9
770.9
708.0
847.9
782.8
723.8
860.5
792.4
740.8
863.7
800.9
755.7
TC (MBH)
632.0
568.4
516.4
637.1
578.0
533.2
649.8
585.8
547.8
650.6
592.6
560.5
SHC (MBH)
332.8
428.4
516.4
355.5
453.2
533.2
364.2
478.6
547.8
388.0
501.3
560.5
Input Power (KW)
53.7
52.9
51.3
53.7
53.2
51.8
53.7
53.4
52.3
53.7
53.6
52.7
Current (AMP.)
87.7
86.6
84.1
87.7
87.0
85.0
87.7
87.3
85.6
87.7
87.6
86.2
THR (MBH)
815.3
749.0
691.5
820.4
759.6
710.2
833.1
768.1
726.3
833.8
775.6
740.3
Rating Table Notes:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible but do not extrapolate.
2. In calculating the cooling load and power input (KW), the
heat generated by the evaporator fan has been taken into
account.
3. Ratings are based on 10 °F subcooling
4. All ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI
standards 310-90 and 360-86.
5. Standard air cooled condenser ratings are based on 125
°F condensing temperature according to ARI Standard
460-(87).
93
AIR COOLED PACKAGED UNIT RATINGS
TABLE 38
CT
(°F)
Anpu-70-A-2 RATINGS
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
105
115
125
72
72
550
67
62
72
67
62
802.3
727.2
900.4
818.1
739.7
915.9
831.1
748.2
924.0
842.9
770.5
672.1
469.6
591.1
711.3
487.0
621.0
754.9
508.0
647.4
770.5
Input Power (KW)
52.1
51.5
50.6
52.1
51.6
50.8
52.1
51.7
50.9
52.1
51.8
51.1
Current (AMP.)
94.1
93.3
91.8
94.1
93.4
92.1
94.1
93.5
92.4
94.1
93.7
92.6
THR (MBH)
1061.0 978.1
899.8 1078.2 994.2
TC (MBH)
840.4
762.7
690.0
854.8
777.3
704.8
870.5
789.4
720.5
875.5
800.0
738.9
SHC (MBH)
434.4
545.9
653.9
457.0
575.1
696.5
470.6
603.2
720.5
492.0
632.1
738.9
Input Power (KW)
58.0
57.0
55.7
58.0
57.3
56.0
58.0
75.4
56.3
58.0
57.6
56.6
Current (AMP.)
102.9
101.5
99.5
102.9
101.8
99.9
102.9
102.1
100.4
102.9
102.3
100.9
912.9 1093.7 1007.7 928.8 1101.9 1019.7 944.9
THR (MBH)
1038.0 957.3
880.1 1052.1 972.7
TC (MBH)
795.9
721.3
654.5
806.6
735.1
670.0
826.1
746.2
689.4
895.9 1068.4 985.4
912.6 1073.3 996.6
932.2
827.5
755.4
705.6
705.6
SHC (MBH)
418.4
529.4
636.3
438.0
559.1
670.0
452.0
587.9
689.4
480.0
614.0
Input Power (KW)
63.5
62.5
60.8
63.5
62.8
61.2
63.5
63.1
61.7
63.5
63.3
62.1
Current (AMP.)
111.3
109.7
107.1
111.3
110.2
107.8
111.3
110.6
108.5
111.3
110.9
109.1
900.0 1044.4 971.3
917.6
1013.0 934.6
861.8 1023.4 949.5
878.8 1043.0 961.4
TC (MBH)
750.1
680.2
618.4
757.0
691.5
639.0
775.1
701.4
656.1
772.6
709.3
671.0
SHC (MBH)
402.2
513.2
618.4
424.0
542.9
638.9
436.0
570.0
656.1
468
599.2
671.0
Input Power (KW)
68.9
67.9
65.8
68.9
68.2
66.5
68.9
68.5
67.1
68.9
68.8
67.6
Current (AMP.)
119.4
117.9
114.7
119.4
118.5
115.8
119.4
118.9
116.7
119.4
119.3
117.4
THR (MBH)
985.2
911.9
842.8
992.1
924.4
866.0 1010.2 935.3
885.0 1011.0 944.0
901.7
Anpu-80-A-2 RATINGS
CFM
24800
2700
000
400
FACE VELOCITY(FPM)
400
450
500
550
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
72
67
62
1037.0 939.1
848.0 1061.4 960.2
865.0 1079.4 976.8
840.2 1094.4 992.1
895.7
SHC (MBH)
516.4
636.2
752.1
535.7
669.6
799.4
558.2
702.4
880.7
578.3
731.9
881.7
Input Power (KW)
61.7
60.8
59.7
61.9
61.0
59.9
61.9
61.2
60.1
61.9
61.3
60.3
Current (AMP.)
103.6
102.5
101.0
103.9
102.8
101.3
103.9
138.0
101.6
103.9
103.2
101.8
1247.5 1146.7 1051.7 1272.5 1168.6 1069.5 1290.6 1185.7 1086.0 1305.7 1202.8 101.6
TC (MBH)
988.6
895.3
806.6 1010.3 914.2
822.7 1027.7 929.1
839.2 1039.6 943.0
855.7
SHC (MBH)
499.3
616.0
733.2
519.7
649.3
778.7
539.0
681.8
822.9
561.5
712.4
852.5
Input Power (KW)
68.7
67.3
65.6
68.9
67.6
66.0
68.9
67.9
66.3
68.9
68.1
66.6
Current (AMP.)
112.9
148.9
108.8
113.2
111.5
109.2
113.2
111.8
109.7
113.2
112.1
110.1
THR (MBH)
1223.1 1125.0 1030.6 1245.4 1145.0 1047.8 1262.8 1160.7 1065.5 1274.7 1175.3 1083.0
TC (MBH)
938.6
849.3
764.8
957.0
866.5
781.0
974.4
880.2
798.2
984.5
893.0
817.3
SHC (MBH)
480.0
599.0
714.8
501.2
631.3
758.0
518.9
663.3
795.1
545.8
691.7
817.2
Input Power (KW)
75.5
73.7
71.5
75.5
74.1
71.9
75.5
74.4
72.4
75.5
74.7
72.9
Current (AMP.)
122.1
119.6
116.6
122.1
120.1
117.2
122.1
120.6
117.8
122.1
121.0
118.5
1196.3 1100.8 1008.7 1214.8 1119.4 1026.5 1232.1 1134.1 1045.3 1242.3 1147.9 1066.1
TC (MBH)
886.9
801.2
722.7
901.5
817.1
739.6
919.7
829.7
760.0
923.8
841.1
778.7
SHC (MBH)
461.9
579.5
693.8
485.6
611.4
737.2
499.0
643.8
760.0
528.1
672.8
778.7
Input Power (KW)
81.9
79.9
77.2
81.9
80.4
77.8
81.9
80.8
78.6
81.9
81.2
79.2
Current (AMP.)
130.7
128.1
124.4
130.7
128.8
125.8
130.7
129.3
126.2
130.7
129.8
127.1
THR (MBH)
1166.3 1074.0 986.2 1180.9 1091.7 1005.3 1199.1 1105.5 1028.2 1203.1 1118.1 1049.0
Rating Table Notes:
1. Direct interpolation is permissible but do not extrapolate.
2. In calculating the cooling load and power input (KW), the
heat generated by the evaporator fan has been taken into
account.
94
62
562.3
THR (MBH)
135
500
67
450.2
THR (MBH)
125
72
883.2
TC (MBH)
115
62
TC (MBH)
EWB(°F)
105
67
680
SHC (MBH)
TABLE 39
CT
(°F)
28800
450
400
EWB(°F)
THR (MBH)
135
2520
2040
CFM
3. Ratings are based on 10 °F subcooling
4. All ratings are based on 80°F EDB according to ARI
standards 310-90 and 360-86.
5. Standard air cooled condenser ratings are based on 125
°F condensing temperature according to ARI Standard
460-(87).
CORRECTION FACTORS
Table 40
BYPASS FACTORS*
COIL FACE VELOCITY FPM
4 ROW
5 ROW
6 ROW
400
0.20
0.14
0.10
450
0.21
0.15
0.11
500
0.23
0.17
0.12
550
0.26
0.19
0.13
600
0.27
0.20
0.14
* FOR 8 FPI COIL
Table 41
SENSIBLE CAPACITY CORRECTION FACTOR*
EVAPORATOR ENTERING AIR DRY BULB TEMPERATUR °F
79
78
77
76
74
72
70
81
82
83
84
86
88
90
0.05
1.03
2.07
3.09
4.13
6.19
8.26
10.33
0.10
0.98
1.96
2.94
3.91
5.87
7.83
9.78
0.15
0.92
1.85
2.77
3.69
5.54
7.39
9.24
0.20
0.87
1.74
2.61
3.48
5.22
6.96
8.69
0.25
0.82
1.63
2.45
3.26
4.89
6.52
8.15
0.30
0.76
1.52
2.28
3.04
4.57
6.09
7.61
COIL BYPAS FACTORS
* SHC RATINGS ARE BASED ON 80 °F EDB TEMPERATURE OF AIR ENTERING EVAPORATOR COIL.
BELOW 80 °F →CORRECTED SHC = SHC (FROM RATING TABLES) - CFM x CORRECTION FACTOR FROM TABLE 41
ABOVE 80 °F → CORRECTED SHC = SHC (FROM RATING TABLES) + CFM x CORRECTION FACTOR FROM TABLE 41
Table 42
CAPACITY CORRECTION FACTOR FOR FLOW RATE
CFM / NOM. CFM
80%
90%
100%
110%
120%
HEATING CAPACITY
0.89
0.95
1.00
1.02
1.05
COIL AIR SIDE PRESSURE DROP (inch, water)
Table 43
CFM / NOM. CFM
COOLING COIL
4-ROW
HEATING COIL
WET
80%
90%
100%
110%
120%
0.32
0.39
0.45
0.51
0.57
DRY
0.19
0.24
0.29
0.34
0.38
1-ROW
0.06
0.07
0.08
0.09
0.11
2-ROW
0.12
0.15
0.17
0.21
0.23
Table 44
WATER SIDE PRESSURE DROP CORRECTION FACTOR
AVERAGE HOT WATER TEMP. °F
100
120
140
150
160
180
200
200
250
CORRECTION FACTOR
0.89
0.86
0.83
0.81
0.80
0.79
0.77
0.76
0.76
∆P (FROM TABLE 46, 46A) x CORRECTION FACTOR FROM TABLE 44 = CORRECTED PRESSURE DROP
95
HEATING COIL RATINGS
TABLE 45
MODEL
HOT WATER HEATING COIL RATINGS (MBH)
NOMINAL
CFM
EDB (°F)
40
AnpuW,A
5-1
50
2000
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
8-1
50
3200
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
10-1
50
4000
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
15-1
50
6000
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
20-1
50
8000
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
25-1
50
10000
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
30-1
50
12000
60
70
Note:
96
CIRCUIT
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
8FPI
14FPI
1ROW
2ROW
1ROW
2ROW
66.3
75.3
60.0
68.8
53.6
62.3
47.3
55.8
106.2
119.5
96.2
109.2
86.3
99.0
76.3
88.7
138.6
152.3
125.9
139.3
113.2
126.4
100.7
113.4
216.4
236.5
197.0
216.7
177.6
197.0
158.3
177.2
298.9
322.5
272.8
296.0
246.7
269.5
220.8
243.0
371.6
399.6
339.2
366.6
306.8
333.8
274.6
300.8
436.5
469.6
398.4
430.8
360.3
392.1
322.5
353.4
129.6
138.4
118.5
127.1
107.4
115.9
96.3
104.6
206.1
219.0
188.6
201.3
171.1
183.6
153.6
165.9
263.9
277.1
241.8
254.8
219.7
232.5
197.7
210.2
405.8
425.1
372.3
391.2
338.7
357.3
305.2
323.4
550.8
573.3
506.0
528.0
461.0
482.8
416.2
437.5
685.6
712.2
629.7
655.9
573.8
599.5
518.0
543.2
808.2
839.8
742.3
773.3
676.3
706.9
610.5
640.5
98.4
113.1
88.8
103.2
79.3
93.4
69.9
83.5
158.3
180.0
143.1
164.4
128.1
148.8
113.2
133.4
207.0
229.3
187.8
209.7
168.7
190.1
149.7
170.6
323.5
356.3
294.2
326.4
265.1
296.5
236.0
266.7
448.3
486.8
409.0
446.8
369.7
406.7
330.5
366.8
557.8
603.3
508.8
553.5
460.0
503.8
411.2
454.1
656.6
710.4
598.8
651.7
541.3
593.2
483.8
534.6
179.0
191.4
163.7
176.0
148.5
160.6
133.3
145.1
285.8
304.1
261.6
279.7
237.5
255.3
213.3
230.9
365.6
384.3
335.2
353.7
304.8
323.0
274.4
292.3
561.2
588.3
515.1
541.8
469.0
495.3
422.9
448.8
762.2
793.7
700.6
731.6
639.0
669.5
577.3
607.5
950.0
986.9
872.7
909.6
795.9
832.2
719.1
754.9
1123.5
1168.1
1032.5
1076.5
941.5
984.9
850.5
893.3
1. All ratings TABLE 45 are based on 180°F entering water temp., 160°F leaving water temp. For conditions other than
180°F entering 160°F leaving water temperatures apply correction from FIGURE
2. Heating coils with single row and full circuiting have opposite coil connections.
HEATING COIL RATINGS
TABLE 45
MODEL
HOT WATER HEATING COIL RATINGS (MBH) (C)
NOMINAL
CFM
EDB (°F)
40
AnpuW,A
35-1
14000
50
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
40-1
16000
50
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
10-2
4000
50
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
15-2
6000
50
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
20-2
8000
50
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
30-2
12000
50
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
40-2
16000
50
60
70
Note:
CIRCUIT
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
8FPI
14FPI
1ROW
2ROW
1ROW
2ROW
527.6
560.0
482.5
514.3
437.6
468.8
392.7
423.3
611.1
647.6
559.1
595.2
507.1
542.5
455.2
489.9
139.4
154.8
126.6
141.7
113.8
128.5
101.0
115.4
223.2
241.8
203.5
221.7
183.9
201.7
164.2
181.6
296.3
318.1
270.5
291.9
244.7
265.7
219.1
239.6
432.2
462.2
394.8
424.3
357.5
386.3
320.3
348.5
603.0
640.0
551.5
587.9
500.1
535.8
448.9
483.7
962.2
993.0
884.6
915.0
807.1
837.0
729.6
758.9
1111.2
1146.0
1021.8
1056.0
932.4
966.1
843.0
876.1
265.9
280.6
243.5
258.1
221.3
235.5
199.0
213.0
413.8
431.4
379.9
397.2
345.9
362.9
312.0
328.1
546.3
567.0
501.8
522.2
457.3
477.4
412.9
432.6
798.2
827.0
733.3
761.7
668.6
696.4
603.8
631.2
1099.7
1134.8
1011.1
1045.7
922.5
956.5
833.9
867.4
795.0
847.8
726.9
778.8
658.9
709.8
591.0
640.9
920.0
979.9
841.4
900.2
762.9
820.6
684.5
741.1
207.8
232.8
188.5
213.0
169.2
193.2
150.0
173.4
334.0
364.1
304.3
333.8
274.7
303.6
245.2
273.4
445.1
480.7
406.1
441.1
367.3
401.5
328.5
362.0
652.1
701.3
595.4
643.8
538.8
586.2
482.4
528.7
908.6
968.9
830.8
890.1
753.0
811.2
675.5
732.5
1336.5
1379.8
1229.7
1272.4
1122.9
1165.0
1016.1
1057.6
1540.6
1589.4
1417.7
1765.8
1294.7
1342.3
1171.8
1218.6
367.5
388.4
336.9
357.4
306.2
326.5
275.6
295.5
571.3
595.9
524.8
549.1
478.3
502.2
431.8
455.4
757.5
786.7
696.3
725.1
635.1
663.5
573.9
601.9
1114.0
1154.9
1024.2
1064.6
934.4
974.3
844.6
883.9
1527.5
1577.0
1405.4
1454.3
1283.3
1331.5
1161.3
1208.7
1. All ratings TABLE 45 are based on 180 °F entering water temp., 160°F leaving water temp. For conditions other 180 °F
entering 160 °F leaving water temperatures apply correction factor from FIGURE1.
2. Heating coils with single row and full circuiting have opposite coil connections.
97
HEATING COIL RATINGS
TABLE 45
MODEL
HOT WATER HEATING COIL RATINGS (MBH) (C)
NOMINAL
CFM
EDB (°F)
40
AnpuW,A
50-2
20000
50
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
60-2
24000
50
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
70-2
28000
50
60
70
40
AnpuW,A
80-2
32000
50
60
70
CIRCUIT
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
F
H
8FPI
14FPI
1ROW
2ROW
1ROW
2ROW
768.5
811.0
703.6
745.3
638.8
679.7
574.1
614.1
931.4
982.8
852.7
903.2
774.1
823.7
695.7
744.2
1094.1
1154.5
1001.8
1061.0
909.5
967.6
817.4
874.2
1210.9
1278.2
1108.6
1174.6
1006.5
1071.2
904.3
967.7
1391.6
1431.8
1280.0
1319.6
1168.6
1207.5
1057.1
1095.4
1683.6
1732.1
1548.8
1596.5
1413.9
1460.9
1279.1
1325.3
1975.5
2032.3
1817.3
1873.2
1659.1
1714.2
1501.0
1555.1
2198.4
2262.3
2022.2
2085.0
1846.0
1907.8
1669.8
1730.5
1158.5
1227.7
1060.3
1128.4
962.3
1029.1
864.5
929.9
1402.6
1486.2
1283.8
1366.0
1165.2
1245.2
1046.7
1125.8
1646.6
1744.6
1507.2
1603.5
1367.9
1462.6
1229.0
1321.7
1828.3
1938.0
1673.3
1781.1
1518.5
1624.3
1364.0
1467.7
1930.9
1987.3
1777.5
1833.2
1624.5
1679.1
1470.7
1524.8
2332.1
2399.9
2146.9
2213.9
1961.7
2027.8
1776.5
1841.7
2733.1
2812.3
2516.1
2594.3
2299.2
2376.4
2082.2
2158.3
3058.6
3148.5
2815.4
2904.2
2572.3
2659.8
2329.0
2415.4
1.10
1. All ratings TABLE 45 are based on 180°F
entering water temp., 160°F leaving water
temp. For conditions other 180°F entering
160°F leaving water temperatures apply
correction factor from FIGURE1.
2. Heating coils with single row and full
circuiting have opposite coil connections.
EN
T
1.00
ERI
N
1.95
CORRECTION FACTORS
Note:
1.05
1.90
EM
P1
80°
1.85
170
°
1.80
160
°
1.75
150
°
1.70
1.65
140
°
1.60
130
°
1.55
1.50
120
°
1.45
110
°
1.40
FIGURE 1
HOT WATER COIL LOAD CORRECTION FACTOR
Corrected load = load from TABLE 45 x correction factor from
FIGURE 1
GW
A TE
RT
100
°
1.35
1.30
1.25
1.20
1.15
50°
55°
60°
65°
70°
ENTERING AIR TEMP
98
75°
80°
99
HEATING COIL DATA
TABLE 46
ANPU
MODEL
5-1
HEATING COIL (FULL CIRCUIT) WATER SIDE PRESSURE DROP* (feet, water)
ROW
WATER FLOW RATE (GPM)
5
10
20
30
40
50
60
1
0.1
0.3
0.9
2
3.3
4.9
6.9
2
0.1
0.4
1.2
2.6
4.3
6.5
9
70
80
90
100
120
140
160
1
0.1
0.5
1.1
1.8
2.7
3.8
5
6.4
7.9
2
0.2
0.7
1.4
2.4
3.6
5
6.7
8.5
10.5
10-1
1
0.1
0.5
1.0
1.7
2.5
3.5
4.6
5.8
7.2
8.7
10-2
2
0.2
0.6
1.3
2.2
3.4
4.7
6.2
7.9
9.7
11.8
15-1
1
0.1
0.3
0.6
1.0
1.5
2.1
2.8
3.6
4.4
5.3
7.4
15-2
2
0.1
0.4
0.8
1.4
2.1
2.9
3.8
4.9
6.1
7.3
10.2
20-1
1
0.3
0.6
1.0
1.5
2.1
2.7
3.5
4.3
5.2
7.2
9.6
20-2
2
0.4
0.8
1.4
2.1
2.9
3.8
4.9
6.1
7.3
10.2
13.4
25-1
1
0.2
0.4
0.7
1.0
1.4
1.9
2.4
2.9
3.5
4.9
6.5
8.3
25-2
2
0.3
0.6
1.0
1.4
2.0
2.6
3.3
4.1
5.0
6.9
9.1
11.6
8-1
180
200
30-1
1
0.3
0.5
0.8
1.1
1.4
1.8
2.3
2.7
3.8
5.0
6.4
7.9
9.6
30-2
2
0.4
0.7
1.1
1.5
2.0
2.6
3.2
3.8
5.3
7.1
9.0
11.1
13.4
1
0.4
0.6
0.9
1.3
1.7
2.2
2.7
3.3
4.6
6.1
7.8
9.6
2
0.5
0.9
1.4
1.9
2.5
3.2
4.0
4.8
6.7
8.8
11.2
13.9
1
0.3
0.5
0.7
1.0
1.4
1.7
2.2
2.6
3.6
4.8
6.1
7.6
9.1
2
0.4
0.7
1.1
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.1
3.8
5.3
6.9
8.8
10.9
13.2
35-1
40-1
10-2
15-2
20-2
30-2
40-2
ANPU
MODEL
50-2
60-2
70-2
80-2
1
0.1
0.4
0.9
1.5
2.2
3.1
4.0
5.1
6.4
7.7
2
0.2
0.6
1.2
2.0
3.0
4.1
5.4
6.9
8.5
10.3
1
0.1
0.4
0.8
1.3
1.9
2.7
3.5
4.5
5.5
6.7
9.3
2
0.1
0.5
1.1
1.8
2.6
3.7
4.9
6.2
7.7
9.3
12.9
1
0.3
0.7
1.1
1.6
2.3
3.0
3.8
4.7
5.7
8.0
2
0.4
0.9
1.5
2.3
3.2
4.2
5.4
6.7
8.1
11.2
1
0.4
0.7
1.0
1.4
1.9
2.4
3.0
3.6
5.1
6.7
8.5
2
0.6
1.0
1.5
2.1
2.7
3.5
4.3
5.2
7.2
9.5
12.1
1
0.3
1.5
0.7
1.0
1.4
1.7
2.2
2.6
3.6
4.8
6.1
7.6
9.1
2
0.4
0.7
1.1
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.1
3.8
5.3
6.9
8.8
10.9
13.2
260
290
320
ROW
WATER FLOW RATE (GPM)
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
120
140
160
180
200
230
1
0.4
0.6
0.9
1.2
1.5
1.8
2.2
3.1
4.0
5.1
6.4
7.7
9.9
2
0.6
0.9
1.3
1.7
2.2
2.7
3.2
4.5
5.9
7.5
9.3
11.3
14.5
1
0.3
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.3
1.5
2.1
2.8
3.6
4.4
5.3
6.9
8.6
10.5
2
0.4
0.6
0.9
1.2
1.5
1.9
2.2
3.1
4.1
5.3
6.5
7.9
10.1
12.6
15.4
1
0.3
0.4
0.6
0.8
0.9
1.1
1.6
2.1
2.6
3.3
4.0
5.1
6.4
7.7
9.2
2
0.5
0.7
0.9
1.1
1.4
1.7
2.3
3.1
3.9
4.8
5.8
7.5
9.3
11.4
13.6
1
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.7
0.8
1.0
1.4
1.8
2.3
2.9
3.5
4.5
5.6
6.8
8.1
2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.5
2.0
2.7
3.4
4.2
5.1
6.5
8.2
9.9
11.9
* All ratings are based on standard water velocity range (1-8 FPS).
100
HEATING COIL DATA
TABLE 46A
ANPU
MODEL
5-1
8-1
10-1
10-2
15-1
15-2
20-1
20-2
25-1
25-2
30-1
30-2
35-1
40-1
10-2
15-2
20-2
30-2
40-2
HEATING COIL (HALF CIRCUIT) WATER SIDE PRESSURE DROP* (feet, water)
ROW
5
10
20
30
1
0.4
1.2
4.3
9
2
0.5
1.8
6.4
13.3
1
0.2
0.7
2.4
5.0
8.5
2
0.3
1.0
3.6
7.5
12.6
60-2
70-2
80-2
40
50
1
0.6
2.2
4.7
7.9
11.8
2
1.0
3.4
7.1
11.9
17.8
60
70
80
90
100
1
0.4
1.4
2.9
4.9
7.3
10.2
2
0.6
2.2
4.5
7.5
11.3
15.7
1
0.4
1.4
2.9
4.9
7.3
10.2
13.4
2
0.6
2.2
4.6
7.7
11.5
16.1
21.2
1
1.0
2.0
3.3
5.0
6.9
9.1
11.6
2
1.5
3.1
5.2
7.9
10.9
14.4
18.4
1
0.7
1.5
2.6
3.8
5.3
7.1
9.0
11.1
13.4
2
1.2
2.4
4.1
6.1
8.4
11.1
14.2
17.5
21.2
1
0.9
1.
3.2
4.8
6.7
8.8
11.2
13.9
2
1.5
3.1
5.2
7.8
10.8
14.3
18.2
22.5
1
0.7
1.5
2.5
3.8
5.3
6.9
8.8
10.9
13.2
2
1.2
2.4
4.1
6.1
8.5
11.2
14.3
17.7
21.4
2.0
4.1
6.9
10.3
0.6
1
2
0.9
3.0
6.2
10.4
15.6
1
0.5
1.8
7.3
6.2
9.3
120
140
160
180
200
200
230
260
290
320
12.9
2
0.8
2.8
5.7
9.7
14.4
21
1
0.4
1.5
3.2
5.4
8.1
11.2
2
0.7
17.8
2.4
5.1
8.5
12.8
1
1.0
2.1
3.5
5.2
7.2
9.5
12.1
2
1.8
3.3
5.5
8.3
11.5
15.2
19.3
1
0.7
1.3
2.5
3.8
5.3
6.9
8.8
10.9
13.2
2
1.2
2.4
4.1
6.1
8.5
11.2
14.3
17.7
21.4
WATER FLOW RATE (GPM)
ANPU
MODEL
50-2
WATER FLOW RATE (GPM)
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
120
15.7
140
1
2.2
3.2
4.5
5.9
7.5
9.3
11.3
2
3.5
5.3
7.4
9.7
12.4
15.3
18.5
25.7
1
1.5
2.2
3.1
4.1
5.3
6.5
7.9
10.9
14.4
2
2.5
3.7
5.1
6.8
8.6
10.6
12.9
17.9
23.7
160
180
1
1.1
1.7
2.3
3.1
3.9
4.8
5.8
8.1
10.7
2
1.8
2.7
3.6
5.0
6.4
7.9
9.5
13.2
17.5
22.3
1
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.7
3.4
4.2
5.1
7.1
9.3
11.9
14.7
2
1.6
2.4
3.3
4.4
5.6
6.9
8.3
11.6
15.3
19.5
24.1
13.6
* All ratings are based on standard water velocity range (1-8 FPS).
TABLE 47
HEATING COIL CONNECTION SIZES
MODEL
1 ROW
2 ROWS
MODEL
1 ROW
2 ROWS
5-1
8-1
10-1
15-1
20-1
25-1
30-1
35-1
40-1
3/4"
3/4"
1"
11/4"
2 x 1"
2 x 1"
2 x 11/4"
2 x 11/2"
2 x 11/2"
1"
1"
10-2
15-2
20-2
30-2
40-2
50-2
60-2
70-2
80-2
1"
11/4"
11/4"
11/2"
2 x 11/4"
2 x 11/2"
2 x 11/2"
2 x 2"
2 x 2"
11/4"
11/4"
2"
2 x 11/2"
2 x 11/2"
2 x 2"
2 x 2"
2 x 2"
2 x 21/2"
11/4"
11/2"
2 x 11/4"
2 x 11/4"
2 x 11/2"
2 x 2"
2 x 2"
101
FAN RATINGS
TABLE 48
MODEL
ANPU
W,A
FAN RATINGS
FAN
SIZE
CFM
0.5
1x13"
8-1
10-1
10-2
15-1
15-2
20-1
20-2
25-1
Note:
1x14"
1x16"
1x17"
0.75
1
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
581
0.25
700
0.5
819
1700
600
0.33
703
0.5
1900
625
0.5
717
0.5
2100
653
0.5
737
1500
5-1
TOTAL STATIC PRESSURE (inch of water gage)
1.25
1.5
HP
0.5
RPM
HP
928
808
0.5
809
0.75
0.75
819
1.75
2
0.75
RPM
-
HP
-
RPM
-
HP
-
RPM
-
HP
-
913
0.75
1010
1
-
-
-
-
903
0.75
997
1
-
-
-
-
0.75
903
1
989
1
1072
1.5
1154
1.5
2300
683
0.5
762
0.75
837
0.75
913
1
990
1.5
1068
1.5
1145
1.5
2500
714
0.75
790
0.75
860
1
929
1
999
1.50
2400
532
0.5
611
0.75
690
0.75
760
1
840
1.5
1070
-
1.5
-
1141
-
1.5
-
2700
560
0.75
632
0.75
701
1
769
1
840
1.5
907
1.5
974
2
3000
590
0.75
657
1
719
1
782
1.5
845
1.5
908
2
970
2
3300
621
1
685
1
743
1.5
801
1.5
857
2
915
2
972
2
3600
653
1
715
1.5
771
1.5
824
2
875
2
928
2
980
3
3900
685
1.5
746
1.5
800
2
850
2
898
2
946
3
995
3
2
3
1014
3
3
1037
4
4200
717
1.5
778
2
831
879
2
924
3
969
4500
2
-
810
2
862
3
909
3
953
3
995
4800
750
-
842
3
893
3
939
3
983
3
1023
4
1063
4
5100
-
-
874
3
925
3
971
4
1013
4
1052
43
1091
4
4500
596
1.5
642
1.5
691
2
737
2
782
3
828
3
874
3
4800
1.5
-
664
2
712
2
757
3
799
3
842
3
885
3
5100
642
-
686
2
734
3
777
3
818
3
858
3
898
4
5400
-
-
709
3
756
3
799
3
838
3
876
4
915
4
5700
-
-
732
3
778
3
821
3
859
4
896
4
933
4
6000
-
-
756
3
801
4
843
4
881
4
916
4
952
5.5
6300
-
-
865
4
903
4
938
5.5
973
5.5
-
4
-
4
-
781
-
824
6600
847
4
888
4
925
5.5
959
5.5
994
5.5
6900
-
-
-
-
5.5
947
5.5
981
5.5
1015
5.5
-
-
-
-
4
-
911
7200
871
-
934
5.5
970
5.5
1004
7.5
1037
7.5
7500
-
-
-
-
-
-
957
5.5
993
7.5
1026
7.5
1059
7.5
6000
2
-
615
3
658
3
698
3
735
4
773
4
810
4
6500
564
-
643
3
686
3
725
4
760
4
795
4
830
5.5
7000
-
-
672
4
714
4
752
4
786
4
820
5.5
853
5.5
7500
-
-
4
780
5.5
814
5.5
846
5.5
878
5.5
-
-
4
-
742
8000
701
-
770
5.5
808
5.5
842
5.5
873
7.5
904
7.5
836
7.5
870
7.5
901
7.5
931
7.5
865
7.5
899
7.5
929
7.5
959
10
7.5
-
927
10
957
10
987
10
957
10
986
10
1015
10
4
696
4
739
5.5
5.5
8500
-
-
-
-
9000
-
-
-
-
800
-
5.5
-
9500
-
-
-
-
-
-
10000
-
-
-
-
-
-
895
-
7500
-
-
522
3
568
3
610
4
653
8000
-
-
538
3
583
4
623
4
664
4
704
5.5
744
8500
-
-
554
3
598
4
637
4
676
5.5
714
5.5
752
5.5
9000
-
-
569
4
614
4
653
5.5
689
5.5
725
5.5
761
7.5
9500
1x19" 10000
-
-
4
-
5.5
668
5.5
704
5.5
738
7.5
773
7.5
-
585
-
630
-
647
5.5
685
5.5
719
7.5
752
7.5
785
7.5
10500
-
-
-
-
7.5
735
7.5
767
7.5
799
7.5
-
-
-
-
5.5
-
701
11000
664
-
717
7.5
751
7.5
782
10
814
10
11500
-
-
-
-
-
-
10
798
10
829
10
-
-
-
-
-
-
7.5
-
767
12000
733
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
814
-
10
-
10
-
10
-
844
12500
783
-
860
15
1. Ratings are based on standard air (Density = 0.075 Lbs/ft³ at sea level 70 °F, 29.921 inches of mercury barometric
pressure.)
2. Shaded regions denote unstable surge conditions.
102
FAN RATINGS
TABLE 48
FAN RATINGS NTINE
TOTAL STATIC PRESSURE (inch of water gage)
2.25
2.5
2.75
3
3.25
3.5
3.75
4
RPM
-
HP
-
RPM
-
HP
-
RPM
-
HP
-
RPM
-
HP
-
RPM
-
HP
-
RPM
-
HP
-
RPM
-
HP
-
RPM
-
HP
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1220
2
1295
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1212
-
2
-
1283
-
2
-
1353
-
3
-
1422
-
3
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1028
3
1084
3
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1033
3
1085
3
1136
3
1186
4
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1043
3
1091
3
1139
4
1187
4
1234
4
1280
4
-
-
-
-
1193
4
1237
1368
5.5
1058
3
1103
4
1148
4
5.5
1281
5.5
1325
5.5
1079
4
1120
4
1162
4
1204
4
1245
5.5
1278
5.5
1328
5.5
1369
5.5
1102
4
1141
4
1180
5.5
1219
5.5
1258
5.5
1297
5.5
1336
5.5
1375
7.5
1128
4
1165
5.5
1202
5.5
1239
5.5
1275
5.5
1311
5.5
1348
7.5
1385
7.5
921
3
967
4
1014
4
1061
4
1108
5.5
1156
5.5
1200
5.5
1244
5.5
928
4
971
4
1015
4
1059
5.5
1104
5.5
1148
5.5
1191
5.5
1234
7.5
939
4
979
4
1020
4
1061
5.5
1103
5.5
1144
5.5
1185
7.5
1227
7.5
953
4
991
4
1029
5.5
1067
5.5
1106
5.5
1144
7.5
1184
7.5
1223
7.5
969
4
1004
5.5
1040
5.5
1076
5.5
1112
5.5
1149
7.5
1186
7.5
1224
7.5
986
5.5
1021
5.5
1054
5.5
1088
7.5
1122
7.5
1157
7.5
1192
7.5
1227
7.5
1006
5.5
1038
5.5
1071
7.5
1103
7.5
1135
7.5
1168
7.5
1201
7.5
1234
7.5
1026
5.5
1058
7.5
1088
7.5
1119
7.5
1150
7.5
1181
7.5
1212
10
1243
10
1047
7.5
1078
7.5
1108
7.5
1137
7.5
1167
7.5
1196
10
1226
10
1255
10
1068
7.5
1098
7.5
1127
7.5
1157
7.5
1185
10
1213
10
1241
10
1269
10
1090
7.5
1120
7.5
1148
10
1177
10
10
1232
10
1259
10
1285
10
1116
7.5
1204
848
4
886
5.5
925
5.5
964
5.5
1002
7.5
1041
7.5
1078
7.5
864
5.5
899
5.5
934
5.5
969
7.5
1005
7.5
1041
7.5
1076
7.5
1111
10
885
5.5
917
7.5
949
7.5
981
7.5
1014
7.5
1047
7.5
1080
10
1113
10
908
7.5
938
7.5
968
7.5
998
7.5
1028
7.5
1059
10
1089
10
1119
10
933
7.5
9662
7.5
990
7.5
1018
10
1046
10
1075
10
1103
10
1131
10
959
7.5
987
10
1014
10
1041
10
1067
10
1094
10
1120
10
1147
15
986
10
1014
10
1039
10
1065
10
1090
10
1116
15
1141
15
1166
15
1014
10
1041
10
1066
10
1091
15
1115
15
1140
15
1163
15
1187
15
1042
15
1068
15
1093
15
1118
15
1141
15
1165
15
1188
15
1211
15
783
5.5
826
7.5
869
7.5
913
7.5
954
7.5
996
10
1034
10
1073
10
784
5.5
825
7.5
866
7.5
907
7.5
947
10
987
10
1026
10
1065
10
789
7.5
827
7.5
866
7.5
904
10
942
10
981
10
1019
10
1057
15
797
7.5
832
7.5
868
7.5
904
10
940
10
977
10
1013
10
1050
15
806
7.5
840
7.5
873
10
907
10
941
10
975
10
1010
15
1045
15
849
10
881
10
913
10
977
15
1010
15
1043
15
817
7.5
945
10
830
10
861
10
891
10
921
10
951
15
981
15
1013
15
1044
15
843
10
873
10
902
10
931
15
960
15
988
15
1018
15
1047
15
858
10
887
10
915
15
943
15
970
997
15
1025
15
1053
15
873
15
901
15
928
15
956
15
982
15
15
1008
15
1035
15
1061
15
888
15
916
15
943
15
970
15
995
15
1020
15
1046
20
1071
20
Note:
1. Ratings are based on standard air
(Density = 0.075 Lbs/ft³ at sea level 70 °F, 29.921 inches of mercury barometric pressure.)
2. Shaded regions denote unstable surge conditions.
* TWO FANS with one electric motor on each model.
103
FAN RATINGS
TABLE 48
60-2
Note:
104
2*x17"
30-1
35-1
30-2
40-1
40-2
50-2
FAN
SIZE
2*x19"
MODEL
ANPU
W,A
FAN RATINGS (Continued)
TOTAL STATIC PRESSURE (inch of water gage)
CFM
0.5
9000
9500
10000
10500
11000
11500
12000
12500
13000
13500
14000
14500
15000
15500
16000
16500
17000
17500
18000
18500
19000
19500
20000
20500
21000
21500
22000
22500
23000
23500
24000
24500
25000
18000
18500
19000
19500
20000
20500
21000
21500
22000
22500
23000
23500
24000
24500
25000
25500
26000
26500
27000
27500
28000
28500
29000
29500
30000
0.75
1
1.25
1.5
1.75
2
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
479
493
507
522
536
550
564
-
2
3
3
3
3
4
4
-
533
546
559
573
587
601
615
629
643
657
672
686
701
-
3
3
3
4
4
4
5.5
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
-
583
594
605
618
631
644
658
686
700
714
728
742
756
770
785
800
-
3
4
4
4
4
5.5
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
10
10
10
10
15
-
633
641
650
661
672
685
698
711
725
738
752
766
780
794
808
822
836
851
865
880
895
-
4
4
4
5.5
5.5
7.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
-
686
691
697
704
714
724
735
747
760
733
786
800
814
828
842
856
870
884
899
913
927
942
957
972
987
1003
-
4
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
25
-
737
739
742
747
755
763
773
783
795
807
820
833
846
859
873
887
901
915
929
943
957
972
986
1001
1015
1030
-
5.5
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
-
788
787
787
790
795
802
810
819
830
841
853
865
878
891
904
918
931
945
959
973
987
1001
1015
1029
1043
1058
1072
1087
1101
1116
1131
1147
-
5.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
-
569
577
585
593
-
7.5
7.5
10
10
-
614
622
630
639
647
658
664
-
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
-
653
660
668
676
685
693
701
709
717
725
733
-
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
-
689
697
704
712
719
727
735
743
751
759
767
775
783
791
-
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
-
725
732
738
745
752
760
767
775
782
790
798
806
814
822
-
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
-
761
767
773
779
785
792
799
806
814
821
829
837
844
852
860
869
877
885
893
902
910
918
927
936
-
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
-
1. Ratings are based on standard air
(Density = 0.075 Lbs/ft³ at sea level 70 °F, 29.921 inches of mercury barometric pressure.)
2. Shaded regions denote unstable surge conditions.
*TWO FANS with one electric motor on each model.
FAN RATINGS
TABLE 48
FAN RATINGS (Continued)
TOTAL STATIC PRESSURE (inch of water gage)
2.25
2.5
2.75
3
3.25
3.5
3.75
4
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
839
835
834
835
838
842
848
856
864
874
885
896
908
920
933
946
959
973
986
1000
1014
1028
1042
1056
1070
1084
1098
1113
1127
1142
1157
1171
-
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
40
-
-
-
-
931
926
924
922
923
925
929
934
941
949
958
968
979
990
1002
1014
1027
1039
1053
1066
1079
1093
1107
1121
1135
1149
1163
1177
1191
1205
1220
1234
868
870
873
877
881
886
891
896
902
908
915
922
928
936
943
950
958
965
973
980
988
996
1003
1010
1018
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
977
972
968
964
963
964
966
969
975
981
989
998
1008
1018
1029
1041
1053
1065
1078
1091
1104
1118
1131
1145
1159
1173
1187
1201
1215
1229
1243
1258
904
905
907
910
913
917
921
926
931
937
943
949
956
962
970
977
984
991
999
1006
1013
1021
1028
1035
1042
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
-
-
-
-
1017
1010
1006
1003
1002
1003
1005
1009
1014
1021
1028
1037
1046
1056
1067
1079
1090
1103
1115
1128
1141
1155
1168
1182
1196
1210
1223
1237
1251
1265
1279
940
940
941
943
945
948
951
955
960
965
970
976
982
988
995
1002
1009
1016
1023
1030
1038
1045
1052
1059
1066
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
1062
1053
1047
1043
1041
1040
1041
1043
1047
1053
1059
1066
1075
1084
1094
1104
1116
1127
1140
1152
1165
1178
1192
1205
1219
1233
1246
1260
1274
1288
1301
977
967
975
976
977
979
981
985
988
993
997
1003
1008
1014
1020
1027
1034
1040
1047
1055
1062
1069
1076
1083
1090
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
-
-
-
-
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
-
7.5
7.5
7.5
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
-
797
801
806
812
817
823
830
837
843
851
858
865
873
881
888
896
904
912
920
928
936
944
953
961
-
889
884
881
879
880
882
886
892
899
907
917
927
938
950
962
974
987
1000
1014
1027
1041
1054
1068
1082
1096
1110
1124
1139
1153
1167
1182
1196
1211
832
836
840
844
849
855
861
867
873
880
887
894
901
909
916
924
932
939
947
955
963
970
978
986
993
1088
1082
1078
1077
1076
1077
1080
1084
1089
1095
1103
1111
1120
1130
1141
1152
1163
1175
1188
1201
1214
1227
1240
1254
1268
1281
1295
1308
1322
1013
1011
1010
1010
1010
1011
1013
1015
1018
1021
1025
1030
1035
1040
1046
1052
1058
1065
1071
1078
1085
1092
1099
1106
1113
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
50
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
50
1128
1121
1116
1113
1111
1111
1113
1115
1119
1125
1131
1138
1147
1156
1166
1176
1187
1199
1211
1223
1236
1249
1262
1275
1289
1302
1315
1329
1342
1050
1047
1045
1044
1043
1043
1044
1045
1047
1050
1053
1057
1061
1066
1071
1077
1083
1089
1095
1102
1108
1115
1122
1129
1135
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
50
50
25
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
50
50
50
105
FAN RATINGS
TABLE 48
70-2
80-2
Note:
106
FAN
SIZE
2*x22"
MODEL
ANPU
W,A
FAN RATINGS (Continued)
CFM
TOTAL STATIC PRESSURE (inch of water gage)
0.5
0.75
1.5
1.25
1
1.75
2
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
21000
409
7.5
449
7.5
487
10
522
10
558
10
594
15
630
15
22000
421
7.5
460
7.5
496
10
531
10
564
15
599
15
633
15
23000
433
7.5
471
10
506
10
540
15
572
15
605
15
637
15
24000
446
10
482
10
516
15
549
15
580
15
611
15
643
20
25000
459
10
493
10
527
15
559
15
589
15
619
15
649
20
26000
472
10
505
15
537
15
569
15
598
15
627
20
656
20
27000
-
-
517
15
548
15
579
15
608
20
636
20
664
20
28000
-
-
530
15
559
15
590
20
618
20
645
20
673
20
29000
-
-
543
15
571
20
600
20
628
20
655
20
681
25
30000
-
-
-
-
582
20
611
20
638
20
665
25
691
25
31000
-
-
-
-
595
20
622
20
649
25
675
25
700
25
32000
-
-
-
-
607
20
634
25
660
25
685
25
710
30
33000
-
-
-
-
620
25
646
25
671
25
696
30
720
30
34000
-
-
-
-
-
-
657
25
682
30
706
30
731
30
35000
-
-
-
-
-
-
670
30
693
30
717
30
741
30
36000
-
-
-
-
-
-
682
30
705
30
728
30
752
40
37000
-
-
-
-
-
-
695
30
716
40
739
40
763
40
38000
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
728
40
751
40
774
40
39000
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
740
40
763
40
785
40
40000
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
796
50
1. Ratings are based on standard air (Density = 0.075 Lbs/ft³ at sea level 70 °F, 29.921 inches of mercury barometric
pressure.)
2. Shaded regions denote unstable surge conditions.
* TWO FANS with one electric motor on each model.
TABLE 48
FAN RATINGS (Continued)
TOTAL STATIC PRESSURE (inch of water gage)
2.25
2.5
2.75
3
3.25
3.5
3.75
4
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
666
15
702
20
737
20
772
20
807
25
841
25
875
25
908
30
667
20
702
20
736
20
770
20
803
25
837
25
870
30
902
30
670
20
703
20
736
20
769
25
801
25
833
25
865
30
897
30
674
20
706
20
737
25
769
25
800
25
831
30
862
30
893
30
679
20
709
20
740
25
770
25
800
25
830
30
860
30
890
30
685
20
714
25
743
25
772
25
801
30
830
30
859
30
888
40
692
25
719
25
747
25
775
25
803
30
831
30
859
30
887
40
699
25
726
25
753
25
780
30
806
30
833
30
860
40
887
40
707
25
733
25
759
30
785
30
811
30
836
40
862
40
888
40
716
25
741
30
766
30
791
30
815
30
840
40
865
40
890
40
725
30
749
30
773
30
797
40
821
40
845
40
870
40
894
40
40
851
40
874
40
898
40
903
50
734
30
758
30
781
30
804
40
828
744
30
767
30
790
40
812
40
835
40
858
40
880
40
754
30
777
40
799
40
820
40
843
40
865
40
887
50
909
50
764
40
787
40
808
40
829
40
851
40
872
50
894
50
915
50
774
40
797
40
818
40
838
40
859
50
880
50
901
50
922
50
785
40
807
40
828
40
848
50
869
50
889
50
909
50
930
50
796
40
818
40
838
50
858
50
878
50
898
50
918
50
938
60
807
50
828
50
848
50
868
50
888
50
907
50
927
60
946
60
818
50
839
50
859
50
878
50
898
60
917
60
936
60
955
60
107
ELECTRIC HEATING COIL DATA
TABLE 49
ELECTRIC HEATING COIL SPECIFICATION
AVAILABLE CAPACITIES
(KW)
NUMBER OF
CIRCUITES
NUMBER OF CIRCUITES x KW
THERMOSTAT
STAGES
12
1
1 x 12
1
1
1 x 18
1
24
1
1 x 24
1
30
2
(1 x 12) + (1 x 18)
2
36
2
(2 x 18)
2
42
3
(2 x 12) + (1 x 18)
3
48
3
(1 x 12) + (2 x 18)
3
54
3
3 x 18
3
60
3
(2 x 18) + (1 x 24)
3
66
3
2 x 18 + 1 x 24
3
3
3 x 24
3
4
(1 x 12) + (1 x 18) + 2 x 24)
4
84
4
(2 x 18) + (2 x 24)
4
90
4
(1 x 18) + (3 x 24)
4
96
4
4 x 24
4
18
72
78
TABLE 50
ELECTRIC HEATING ELEMENT DATA
ELECTRICAL ELEMENT POWER (KW)
AMPS *
12
18.1
18
27.2
24
36.6
* 380 V - 3 Phase - 50 Cycle, star connection
Note:
108
1. For ducted applications of AzarNasim Packaged Units with electric heating coils, an automatic air flow switch will
be supplied separately. Before starting up the unit, the air flow switch must be installed in the duct and wired to the
electrical control panel as per electrical wiring diagram instructions. Failure to do so will cause damage to the electric
heating elements and void the guarantee.
2. Before switching unit to winter season application, system pump down must be performed.
ELECTRICAL DATA
TABLE 51
WATER COOLED PACKAGED UNITS*
MODEL
ANPU-5-W-1
ANPU-8-W-1
ANPU-10-W-1
ANPU-15-W-1
ANPU-20-W-1
ANPU-25-W-1
ANPU-30-W-1
ANPU-35-W-1
ANPU-40-W-1
ANPU-10-W-2
ANPU-15-W-2
ANPU-20-W-2
ANPU-30-W-2
ANPU-40-W-2
ANPU-50-W-2
ANPU-60-W-2
ANPU-70-W-2
ANPU-80-W-2
COMPRESSOR
EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR
TOTAL
INPUT (KW)
AMPS.
HP
FLA
POWER (KW)
AMPS.
3.4
6.3
8.5
11.2
12.7
16.4
20.0
25.4
30.1
6.8
12.6
17.0
22.4
25.4
32.8
40.0
50.8
60.2
6.8
11.9
15.6
21.2
23.3
29.2
33.7
46.0
50.9
13.6
23.8
31.2
42.2
46.6
58.4
67.4
92.0
101.8
0.75
2
2
4
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
10
2
4
5.5
7.5
10
15
15
15
20
1.7
4
4
7.5
8.8
8.8
12.2
12.2
16.5
4
7.5
8.8
12.2
16.5
23.8
23.8
23.8
32
4.0
7.8
10.0
14.2
16.8
20.5
25.6
31.0
37.6
8.3
15.6
21.1
28.0
32.9
44.1
51.3
62.1
75.2
8.5
15.9
19.6
28.7
32.1
38.0
45.9
58.2
67.4
17.6
31.3
40.0
54.4
63.1
82.2
91.2
115.8
133.8
*All data are based on 105°F condensing, 45°F evaporating temperature.
TABLE 52
AIR COOLED SPLIT TYPE PACKAGED UNITS*
MODEL
ANPU-5-A-1
ANPU-8-A-1
ANPU-10-A-1
ANPU-15-A-1
ANPU-20-A-1
ANPU-25-A-1
ANPU-30-A-1
ANPU-35-A-1
ANPU-40-A-1
ANPU-10-A-2
ANPU-15-A-2
ANPU-20-A-2
ANPU-30-A-2
ANPU-40-A-2
ANPU-50-A-2
ANPU-60-A-2
ANPU-70-A-2
ANPU-80-A-2
COMPRESSOR
EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR
TOTAL
INPUT (KW)
AMPS.
HP
FLA
POWER (KW)
AMPS.
4.2
7.4
9.9
13.3
15.2
19.6
23.6
30.2
35.8
8.4
14.8
19.8
26.6
30.4
39.2
47.2
60.4
71.6
7.7
13.7
18.0
24.6
26.8
33.7
39.0
53.3
58.4
15.4
27.4
36.0
49.2
53.6
67.4
78.0
106.6
116.8
0.75
2
2
4
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
10
2
4
5.5
7.5
10
15
15
15
20
1.7
4
4
7.5
8.8
8.8
12.2
12.2
16.5
4
7.5
8.8
12.2
16.5
23.8
23.8
23.8
32
4.8
8.9
11.4
16.3
19.3
23.7
29.2
35.8
43.3
9.9
17.8
23.9
32.2
37.9
50.5
58.5
71.7
86.6
9.4
17.7
22.0
32.1
35.6
42.5
51.2
65.5
74.9
19.4
34.9
44.8
61.4
70.1
91.2
101.8
130.4
148.8
*All data are based on 105°F condensing, 45°F evaporating temperature.
Note:
1. Compressor circuit breakers are current sensitive and temperature compensated to ensure compressor cutoff if current
draw becomes excessive. Breakers must be resent manually.
2. Internal protection with automatic reset de-energizes the control circuit if extreme compressor motor temperature
should occur from excessive return gas temperature or motor overloading.
3. High and low pressure controls automatically shut off compressor(s) if refrigerant pressure exceeds switch settings.
This action protects against loss of charge.
4. All compressors are 380/420 volts 3 phase 50 cycles.
109
ROOF TOP UNIT DIMENSIONS
TABLE 53
Note:
AIR COOLED ROOF TOP PACKAGED UNIT*
MODEL
A
B
C
D
DD
E
F
G
GG
H
L
J
ANPU-5-AR-1
2800
1200
1300
445
-
411
415
1200
700
450
1200
100
ANPU-8-AR-1
2800
1400
1400
470
-
466
470
1300
700
600
1300
100
ANPU-10-AR-1
2800
1450
1600
570
-
466
470
1500
800
650
1500
100
ANPU-15-AR-1
3350
1700
1800
640
-
515
519
1700
800
850
1700
120
ANPU-20-AR-1
3600
1800
2200
820
-
561
566
2100
900
860
2100
120
ANPU-25-AR-1
3800
2100
2200
790
-
616
621
2100
900
1050
2100
120
ANPU-30-AR-1
4000
2150
2200
240
500
561
566
2100
900
1200
2100
140
ANPU-35-AR-1
4000
2100
2700
490
600
561
566
2600
1000
1150
2600
140
ANPU-40-AR-1
4250
2250
2750
515
561
566
2650
1000
1300
2650
140
ANPU-10-AR-2
2850
1500
1550
540
600
-
466
470
1450
700
670
1450
100
ANPU-15-AR-2
2900
1650
2000
740
-
515
519
1900
700
750
1900
120
ANPU-20-AR-2
3600
1800
2250
845
-
561
566
2150
800
820
2150
120
ANPU-30-AR-2
3800
2000
2400
340
500
561
566
2300
800
1050
2300
140
ANPU-40-AR-2
4150
2300
2700
490
600
561
566
2600
900
1350
2600
140
ANPU-50-AR-2
5300
2450
3000
640
600
561
566
2900
900
1500
2900
140
ANPU-60-AR-2
5300
2800
3000
560
650
616
621
2900
900
1800
2900
140
ANPU-70-AR-2
5450
3250
3000
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
2100
2900
140
ANPU-80-AR-2
5450
3400
3000
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
2250
2900
140
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
All dimensions are in mm.
All dimensions are subject to change without notice.
All dimensions indicated are for front discharge only.
Top discharge units are also available as special request.
Fan installation for single and double fan applications are illustrated for front discharge models.
Refrigerator and water piping connections for vertical, air-cooled and water-cooled models are also applicable to
horizontal units.
7. Unit width (C) will vary according to the electric heating element capacity requirements.
TABLE 54
MODEL
ANPU-5-AR-1
ANPU-8-AR-1
ANPU-10-AR-1
ANPU-15-AR-1
ANPU-20-AR-1
ANPU-25-AR-1
ANPU-30-AR-1
ANPU-35-AR-1
ANPU-40-AR-1
ANPU-10-AR-2
ANPU-15-AR-2
ANPU-20-AR-2
ANPU-30-AR-2
ANPU-40-AR-2
ANPU-50-AR-2
ANPU-60-AR-2
ANPU-70-AR-2
ANPU-80-AR-2
Note:
110
AIR COOLED ROOF TOP PACKAGED UNITS ELECTRICAL DATA
COMPRESSOR
EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR
CONDENSER
FAN MOTOR
TOTAL
INPUT (KW)
AMPS.
HP
FLA
NOxHP
FLA
POWER (KW)
AMPS.
4.2
7.4
9.9
13.3
15.2
19.6
23.6
30.2
35.8
8.4
14.8
19.8
26.6
30.4
39.2
47.2
60.4
71.6
7.7
13.7
18.0
24.6
26.8
33.7
39.0
53.3
58.4
15.4
27.4
36.0
49.2
53.6
67.4
78.0
106.6
116.8
0.75
2
2
4
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
10
2
4
5.5
7.5
10
15
15
15
20
1.7
4
4
7.5
8.8
8.8
12.2
12.2
16.5
4
7.5
8.8
12.2
16.5
23.8
23.8
23.8
32
1x1.5
1x4.0
1x4.0
2x4.0
2x4.0
4x1.5
5x1.5
5x1.5
4x4.0
1x4.0
1x4.0
2x4.0
4x1.5
4x4.0
6x4.0
6x4.0
6x4.0
6x4.0
3.2
7.7
7.7
15.4
15.4
12.8
16.0
16.0
30.8
7.7
7.7
15.4
12.8
30.8
46.2
46.2
46.2
46.2
5.9
11.9
14.4
22.2
25.3
28.2
34.8
41.4
55.2
12.9
20.8
29.9
36.7
49.8
68.3
76.3
89.5
104.4
12.6
25.4
29.7
47.5
51.0
55.3
67.2
81.5
105.7
27.1
42.6
60.2
74.2
100.9
137.4
148.0
176.6
195.0
1. Compressor circuit breakers are current sensitive and temperature compensated to ensure compressor cutoff if current
draw becomes excessive. Breakers must be reset manually.
2. Internal protection with automatic reset de-energizes the control circuit if extreme compressor motor temperature
should occur from excessive return gas temperature or motor overloading.
3. High and low pressure control, automatically shut off compressor(s) if refrigerant pressure exceed switch settings. This
action protects compressor against loss of charge or damaged caused by excessive pressures.
4. All data are based on 125 °F condensing, 45 °F evaporating & 95 °F ambient air temperature.
5. All compressor are 380/420 Volts-3 phase-50 cycles.
ROOF TOP UNIT DIMENSIONS
ELEC. CONTROL
PANEL
B
.
MP
CO ION
T
C
E
S
E
D
J
OIL
&C
FAN ION
T
SEC
TER
TW
H
HO ET
TL
OU
G
CON
DEN
SER
TIO
S EC
N
GG
L
COI ION
T
SEC
C
HOT WTER
INLET
A
G
FFIGURE 2. SINGLE FAN MODELS
AIR FLOW
SERVICE AREA
ELEC. CONTROL
PANEL
B
E
DD
E
.
MP
CO ION
T
C
SE
D
J
OIL
&C
FAN ION
T
SEC
TER
TW
HO ET
L
T
OU
H
G
CON
S
DEN
ER
TIO
S EC
N
GG
L
COI ION
T
SEC
C
HOT WTER
INLET
A
G
FFIGURE 3. DOUBLE FAN MODELS
111
VERTICAL UNIT DIMENSIONS
TABLE 55
WATER COOLED
MODEL
A
B
C
D
DD
E
F
G
GG
H
L
J
ANPU-5-WV-1
1300
1800
900
445
-
411
415
1200
700
450
1200
100
ANPU-8-WV-1
1400
2000
900
470
-
466
470
1300
700
600
1300
100
ANPU-10-WV-1
1600
2000
900
570
-
466
470
1500
800
650
1500
100
ANPU-15-WV-1
1800
2300
900
640
-
515
519
1700
800
850
1700
120
ANPU-20-WV-1
2200
2450
1050
820
-
561
566
2100
900
860
2100
120
ANPU-25-WV-1
2200
3000
1050
790
-
616
621
2100
900
1050
2100
120
ANPU-30-WV-1
2200
3000
1050
240
500
561
566
2100
900
1200
2100
140
ANPU-35-WV-1
2700
3000
1100
490
600
561
566
2600
1000
1150
2600
140
ANPU-40-WV-1
2750
3200
1200
515
561
566
2650
1000
1300
2650
140
ANPU-10-WV-2
1550
2100
900
540
600
-
466
470
1450
700
670
1450
100
ANPU-15-WV-2
2000
2200
900
740
-
515
519
1900
700
750
1900
120
ANPU-20-WV-2
2250
2400
1100
845
-
561
566
2150
800
820
2150
120
ANPU-30-WV-2
2400
3100
1200
340
500
561
566
2300
800
1050
2300
120
ANPU-40-WV-2
2700
3350
1300
490
600
561
566
2600
900
1350
2600
140
ANPU-50-WV-2
3000
3500
1300
640
600
561
566
2900
900
1500
2900
140
ANPU-60-WV-2
3000
3900
1300
560
650
616
621
2900
900
1800
2900
140
ANPU-70-WV-2
4000
4300
1400
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
2100
2900
140
ANPU-80-WV-2
4000
4500
1500
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
2250
2900
140
1. All dimensions are in mm.
2. All dimensions are subject to change without notice.
TABLE 56
AIR COOLED (SPLIT TYPE)
MODEL
A
B
C
D
DD
E
F
G
GG
H
L
J
ANPU-5-AV-1
1300
1800
800
445
-
411
415
1200
700
450
1200
100
ANPU-8-AV-1
1400
2000
850
470
-
466
470
1300
700
600
1300
100
ANPU-10-AV-1
1600
2000
850
570
-
466
470
1500
800
650
1500
100
ANPU-15-AV-1
1800
2300
900
640
-
515
519
1700
800
850
1700
120
ANPU-20-AV-1
2200
2450
1000
820
-
561
566
2100
900
860
2100
120
ANPU-25-AV-1
2200
3000
1000
790
-
616
621
2100
900
1050
2100
120
ANPU-30-AV-1
2200
3000
1000
240
500
561
566
2100
900
1200
2100
140
ANPU-35-AV-1
2700
3000
1000
490
600
561
566
2600
1000
1150
2600
140
ANPU-40-AV-1
2750
3200
1100
515
561
566
2650
1000
1300
2650
140
ANPU-10-AV-2
1550
2100
850
540
600
-
466
470
1450
700
670
1450
100
ANPU-15-AV-2
2000
2200
900
740
-
515
519
1900
700
750
1900
120
ANPU-20-AV-2
2250
2400
1000
845
-
561
566
2150
800
820
2150
120
ANPU-30-AV-2
2400
3100
1000
340
500
561
566
2300
800
1050
2300
120
ANPU-40-AV-2
2700
3350
1000
490
600
561
566
2600
900
1350
2600
140
ANPU-50-AV-2
3000
3500
1000
640
600
561
566
2900
900
1500
2900
140
ANPU-60-AV-2
3000
3900
1000
560
650
616
621
2900
900
1800
2900
140
ANPU-70-AV-2
4000
4300
1200
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
2100
2900
140
ANPU-80-AV-2
4000
4500
1200
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
2250
2900
140
Note:
112
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
All dimensions are in mm.
All dimensions are subject to change without notice.
All dimensions indicated are for front discharge only.
Top discharge units are also available as special request.
Fan installation for single and double fan applications are illustrated for front discharge models.
Refrigerator and water piping connections for vertical, air-cooled and water-cooled models are also applicable to
horizontal units.
7. Unit width (C) will vary according to the electric heating element capacity requirements
VERTICAL UNIT DIMENSIONS
E
E
DD
D
N
TIO
S EC
SAN EC. ANEL
L
P
& E TROL
R
N
ATE
CO
TW
H
G
HOTLET
OU
IL
CO TION
C
SE
L
GG
CO
.S
MP
TIO
EC
D
N
TIO
S EC
SAN EC. ANEL
L
P
& E TROL
R
N
ATE
CO
TW
H
B
R
E
AT
TW
HO ET
INL
E
G
J
L
GG
ER
AT
TW
HO ET
INL
N
CO
C
B
HOTLET
OU
IL
CO TION
C
SE
.S
MP
TIO
EC
J
N
C
C
C
G
G
AIR FLOW
SERVICE AREA
FIGURE 4. SINGLE FAN TYPE
FIGURE 5. DOUBLE FAN TYPE
UPBLAST DISCHARGE
SUPPLY AIR PLENUM
(OPTIONAL)
OUTLET
HOT WATER OUT
HOT WATER OUT
INLET GRILLE
HOT WATER IN
¾� DRAIN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
DUCTLESS INSTALLATION
INLET
HOT WATER IN
ACCESS TO COMPRESSOR
¾� DRAIN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
¾� DRAIN
HOT GAS OUT
LIQUID IN
HOT GAS OUT
LIQUID IN
WATER COOLED PIPING CONNECTION
¾� DRAIN
HOT GAS OUT
LIQUID IN
HOT GAS OUT
LIQUID IN
DUCTED INSTALLATION
AIR COOLED PIPING CONNECTION
FIGURE 6. VERTICAL PACKAGED UNITS CONNECTIONS
113
HORIZONTAL COMPACT UNIT DIMENSIONS
TABLE 57
WATER COOLED
MODEL
A
B
C
D
DD
E
F
G
GG
H
L
J
ANPU-5-WC-1
1700
1200
1300
445
-
411
415
1200
700
450
1200
100
ANPU-8-WC-1
1800
1400
1400
470
-
466
470
1300
700
600
1300
100
ANPU-10-WC-1
1800
1450
1600
570
-
466
470
1500
800
650
1500
100
ANPU-15-WC-1
1850
1700
1800
640
-
515
519
1700
800
850
1700
120
ANPU-20-WC-1
2000
1800
2200
820
-
561
566
2100
900
860
2100
120
ANPU-25-WC-1
2100
2100
2200
790
-
616
621
2100
900
1050
2100
120
ANPU-30-WC-1
2100
2200
2200
240
500
561
566
2100
900
1200
2100
140
ANPU-35-WC-1
2100
2100
2700
490
600
561
566
2600
1000
1150
2600
140
ANPU-40-WC-1
2150
2250
2750
515
561
566
2650
1000
1300
2650
140
ANPU-10-WC-2
1800
1500
1550
540
600
-
466
470
1450
700
670
1450
100
ANPU-15-WC-2
1850
1650
2000
740
-
515
519
1900
700
750
1900
120
ANPU-20-WC-2
1900
1800
2250
845
-
561
566
2150
800
820
2150
120
ANPU-30-WC-2
1900
2000
2400
340
500
561
566
2300
800
1050
2300
120
ANPU-40-WC-2
2000
2300
2700
490
600
561
566
2600
900
1350
2600
140
ANPU-50-WC-2
2100
2450
3000
640
600
561
566
2900
900
1500
2900
140
ANPU-60-WC-2
2150
2800
3000
560
650
616
621
2900
900
1800
2900
140
ANPU-70-WC-2
2300
3300
3000
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
2100
2900
140
ANPU-80-WC-2
2300
3400
3000
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
2250
2900
140
1. All dimensions are in mm.
2. All dimensions are subject to change without notice.
TABLE 58
AIR COOLED (SPLIT TYPE)
MODEL
A
B
C
D
DD
E
F
G
GG
H
L
J
ANPU-5-AC-1
1500
1200
1300
445
-
411
415
1200
700
450
1200
100
ANPU-8-AC-1
1600
1400
1400
470
-
466
470
1300
700
600
1300
100
ANPU-10-AC-1
1600
1450
1600
570
-
466
470
1500
800
650
1500
100
ANPU-15-AC-1
1650
1700
1800
640
-
515
519
1700
800
850
1700
120
ANPU-20-AC-1
1850
1800
2200
820
-
561
566
2100
900
860
2100
120
ANPU-25-AC-1
1900
2100
2200
790
-
616
621
2100
900
1050
2100
120
ANPU-30-AC-1
1900
2200
2200
240
500
561
566
2100
900
1200
2100
140
ANPU-35-AC-1
1900
2100
2700
490
600
561
566
2600
1000
1150
2600
140
ANPU-40-AC-1
1950
2250
2750
515
561
566
2650
1000
1300
2650
140
ANPU-10-AC-2
1600
1500
1550
540
600
-
466
470
1450
700
670
1450
100
ANPU-15-AC-2
1650
1650
2000
740
-
515
519
1900
700
750
1900
120
ANPU-20-AC-2
1700
1800
2250
845
-
561
566
2150
800
820
2150
120
ANPU-30-AC-2
1700
2000
2400
340
500
561
566
2300
800
1050
2300
120
ANPU-40-AC-2
1850
2300
2700
490
600
561
566
2600
900
1350
2600
140
ANPU-50-AC-2
1850
2450
3000
640
600
561
566
2900
900
1500
2900
140
ANPU-60-AC-2
1950
2800
3000
560
650
616
621
2900
900
1800
2900
140
ANPU-70-AC-2
2100
3300
3000
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
2100
2900
140
ANPU-80-AC-2
2100
3400
3000
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
2250
2900
140
Note:
114
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
All dimensions are in mm.
All dimensions are subject to change without notice.
All dimensions indicated are for front discharge only.
Top discharge units are also available as special request.
Fan installation for single and double fan applications are illustrated for front discharge models.
Refrigerator and water piping connections for vertical, air-cooled and water-cooled models are also applicable to
horizontal units.
7. Unit width (C) will vary according to the electric heating element capacity requirements
HORIZONTAL COMPACT UNIT DIMENSIONS
ELEC. CONTROL
PANEL
E
B
D
.
MP
CO ION
T
SEC
TER
TW
HO ET
TL
OU
H
G
FAN ION
T
SEC
L
C
GG
HOT WTER
INLET
A
G
FIGURE 7. SINGLE FAN TYPE
AIR FLOW
SERVICE AREA
ELEC. CONTROL
PANEL
E
DD
E
B
D
.
MP
CO ION
T
C
E
S
TER
TW
HO ET
L
T
OU
H
G
FAN ION
T
SEC
L
C
GG
HOT WTER
INLET
G
A
FIGURE 8. DOUBLE FAN TYPE
115
HORIZONTAL UNIT DIMENSIONS
TABLE 59
WATER COOLED
MODEL
A
B
C
D
DD
E
F
G
GG
J
ANPU-5-WH-1
2650
700
1300
445
-
411
415
1200
700
100
ANPU-8-WH-1
2750
800
1400
470
-
466
470
1300
700
100
ANPU-10-WH-1
2750
800
1600
570
-
466
470
1500
800
100
ANPU-15-WH-1
2800
1000
1800
640
-
515
519
1700
800
120
ANPU-20-WH-1
3000
1000
2200
820
-
561
566
2100
900
120
ANPU-25-WH-1
3000
1200
2200
790
-
616
621
2100
900
120
ANPU-30-WH-1
3000
1350
2200
240
500
561
566
2100
900
140
ANPU-35-WH-1
3100
1300
2700
490
600
561
566
2600
1000
140
ANPU-40-WH-1
3100
1400
2750
515
561
566
2650
1000
140
ANPU-10-WH-2
2750
900
1550
540
600
-
466
470
1450
700
100
ANPU-15-WH-2
2800
950
2000
740
-
515
519
1900
700
120
ANPU-20-WH-2
2850
1000
2250
845
-
561
566
2150
800
120
ANPU-30-WH-2
2850
1200
2400
340
500
561
566
2300
800
120
ANPU-40-WH-2
3000
1500
2700
490
600
561
566
2600
900
140
ANPU-50-WH-2
3000
1650
3000
640
600
561
566
2900
900
140
ANPU-60-WH-2
3100
1950
3000
560
650
616
621
2900
900
140
ANPU-70-WH-2
3250
2300
3000
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
140
ANPU-80-WH-2
3250
2400
3000
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
140
1. All dimensions are in mm.
2. All dimensions are subject to change without notice.
AIR COOLED (SPLIT TYPE)
TABLE 60
MODEL
A
B
C
D
DD
E
F
G
GG
J
ANPU-5-AH-1
2450
700
1300
445
-
411
415
1200
700
100
ANPU-8-AH-1
2550
800
1400
470
-
466
470
1300
700
100
ANPU-10-AH-1
2550
800
1600
570
-
466
470
1500
800
100
ANPU-15-AH-1
2600
1000
1800
640
-
515
519
1700
800
120
ANPU-20-AH-1
2800
1000
2200
820
-
561
566
2100
900
120
ANPU-25-AH-1
2850
1200
2200
790
-
616
621
2100
900
120
ANPU-30-AH-1
2850
1350
2200
240
500
561
566
2100
900
140
ANPU-35-AH-1
2850
1300
2700
490
600
561
566
2600
1000
140
ANPU-40-AH-1
2900
1400
2750
515
561
566
2650
1000
140
ANPU-10-AH-2
2550
900
1550
540
600
-
466
470
1450
700
100
ANPU-15-AH-2
2600
950
2000
740
-
515
519
1900
700
120
ANPU-20-AH-2
2650
1000
2250
845
-
561
566
2150
800
120
ANPU-30-AH-2
2650
1200
2400
340
500
561
566
2300
800
120
ANPU-40-AH-2
2800
1500
2700
490
600
561
566
2600
900
140
ANPU-50-AH-2
2800
1650
3000
640
600
561
566
2900
900
140
ANPU-60-AH-2
2900
1950
3000
560
650
616
621
2900
900
140
ANPU-70-AH-2
3050
2300
3000
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
140
ANPU-80-AH-2
3050
2400
3000
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
140
Note:
116
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
All dimensions are in mm.
All dimensions are subject to change without notice.
All dimensions indicated are for front discharge only.
Top discharge units are also available as special request.
Fan installation for single and double fan applications are illustrated for front discharge models.
Refrigerator and water piping connections for vertical, air-cooled and water-cooled models are also applicable to
horizontal units.
7. Unit width (C) will vary according to the electric heating element capacity requirements
HORIZONTAL UNIT DIMENSIONS
ELEC. CONTROL
PANEL
B
E
D
F
TER
TW
HO ET
L
T
OU
.
MP
CO ION
T
C
E
S
TER
FIL ION
T
SEC
J
GG
G
OI
&C
FAN ION
T
SEC
HOT WTER
INLET
L
C
A
G
FIGURE 9. SINGLE FAN TYPE
AIR FLOW
SERVICE AREA
ELEC. CONTROL
PANEL
B
E
DD
E
D
TER
TW
HO ET
L
T
OU
F
TER
FIL ION
T
C
E
S
.
MP
CO ION
T
SEC
J
GG
G
OIL
&C
FAN ION
T
SEC
C
HOT WTER
INLET
A
G
FIGURE 10. DOUBLE FAN TYPE
117
PACKAGED UNIT (WITH MIXING BOX) DIMENSIONS
TABLE 61
AIR COOLED ROOF TOP PACKAGED UNIT (WITH MIXING BOX)
MODEL
A
B
C
D
DD
E
F
G
GG
K
L
M
J
ANPU-5-AM-1
3850
1250
1300
445
-
411
415
1200
700
600
1100
410
100
ANPU-8-AM-1
3800
1350
1400
470
-
466
470
1300
700
650
1200
410
100
ANPU-10-AM-1
3850
1350
1600
570
-
466
470
1500
800
650
1400
410
100
ANPU-15-AM-1
4500
1550
1800
640
-
515
519
1700
800
700
1600
410
120
ANPU-20-AM-1
4700
1550
2200
820
-
561
566
2100
900
800
2000
410
120
ANPU-25-AM-1
5100
1750
2200
790
-
616
621
2100
900
800
2000
410
120
ANPU-30-AM-1
5300
1900
2200
240
500
561
566
2100
900
800
2000
410
140
ANPU-35-AM-1
5350
1900
2700
490
600
561
566
2600
1000
800
2500
410
140
ANPU-40-AM-1
5600
2000
2750
515
561
566
2650
1000
800
2550
410
140
ANPU-10-AM-2
3850
1350
1550
540
600
-
466
470
1450
700
650
1350
410
100
ANPU-15-AM-2
4000
1450
2000
740
-
515
519
1900
700
700
1800
410
120
ANPU-20-AM-2
4700
1550
2250
845
-
561
566
2150
800
800
2050
410
120
ANPU-30-AM-2
5100
1750
2400
340
500
561
566
2300
800
800
2200
410
120
ANPU-40-AM-2
5500
2100
2700
490
600
561
566
2600
900
800
2500
410
140
ANPU-50-AM-2
6600
2200
3000
640
600
561
566
2900
900
800
2800
410
140
ANPU-60-AM-2
6700
2500
3000
560
650
616
621
2900
900
800
2800
410
140
ANPU-70-AM-2
6800
2800
3000
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
1000
2800
410
140
ANPU-80-AM-2
7000
2950
3000
405
740
725
730
2900
1000
1000
2800
410
140
Note:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
All dimensions are in mm.
All dimensions are subject to change without notice.
All dimensions indicated are for front discharge only.
Top discharge units are also available as special request.
Fan installation for single and double fan applications are illustrated for front discharge models.
Refrigerator and water piping connections for vertical, air-cooled and water-cooled models are also applicable to
horizontal units.
7. Unit width (C) will vary according to the electric heating element capacity requirements
TABLE 62
MODEL
COMPRESSOR
ANPU-5-AM-1
ANPU-8-AM-1
ANPU-10-AM-1
ANPU-15-AM-1
ANPU-20-AM-1
ANPU-25-AM-1
ANPU-30-AM-1
ANPU-35-AM-1
ANPU-40-AM-1
ANPU-10-AM-2
ANPU-15-AM-2
ANPU-20-AM-2
ANPU-30-AM-2
ANPU-40-AM-2
ANPU-50-AM-2
ANPU-60-AM-2
ANPU-70-AM-2
ANPU-80-AM-2
Note:
118
AIR COOLED ROOF TOP PACKAGED UNITS (WITH MIXING BOX) ELECTRICAL DATA
EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR
CONDENSER
FAN MOTOR
TOTAL
INPUT (KW)
AMPS.
HP
FLA
NOxHP
FLA
POWER (KW)
AMPS.
4.2
7.4
9.9
13.3
15.2
19.6
23.6
30.2
35.8
8.4
14.8
19.8
26.6
30.4
39.2
47.2
60.4
71.6
7.7
13.7
18.0
24.6
26.8
33.7
39.0
53.3
58.4
15.4
27.4
36.0
49.2
53.6
67.4
78.0
106.6
116.8
0.75
2
2
4
5.5
5.5
7.5
7.5
10
2
4
5.5
7.5
10
15
15
15
20
1.7
4
4
7.5
8.8
8.8
12.2
12.2
16.5
4
7.5
8.8
12.2
16.5
23.8
23.8
23.8
32
1x1.5
1x4.0
1x4.0
2x4.0
2x4.0
4x1.5
5x1.5
5x1.5
4x4.0
1x4.0
1x4.0
2x4.0
4x1.5
4x4.0
6x4.0
6x4.0
6x4.0
6x4.0
3.2
7.7
7.7
15.4
15.4
12.8
16.0
16.0
30.8
7.7
7.7
15.4
12.8
30.8
46.2
46.2
46.2
46.2
5.9
11.9
14.4
22.2
25.3
28.2
34.8
41.4
55.2
12.9
20.8
29.9
36.7
49.8
68.3
76.3
89.5
104.4
12.6
25.4
29.7
47.5
51.0
55.3
67.2
81.5
105.7
27.1
42.6
60.2
74.2
100.9
137.4
148.0
176.6
195.0
1. Compressor circuit breakers are current sensitive and temperature compensated to ensure compressor cutoff
if current draw becomes excessive. Breakers must be reset manually.
2. Internal protection with automatic reset de-energizes the control circuit if extreme compressor motor
temperature should occur from excessive return gas temperature or motor overloading.
3. High and low pressure controls, automatically shut off compressor(s) if refrigerant pressure exceed switch
settings. This action protects compressor against loss of charge or damaged caused by excessive pressures.
4. All data are based on 125 °F condensing, 45 °F evaporating & 95 °F ambient air temperature.
5. 5- All compressors are 380/420 Volts-3 phase-50 cycles.
PACKAGED UNIT (WITH MIXING BOX) DIMENSIONS
ELEC. CONTROL
PANEL
K
B
.
MP
CO ION
T
C
SE
L
J
MIXING BOX
M
E
D
TER
TW
HO ET
L
T
OU
G
OI
&C
FAN ION
T
C
SE
C
CON
DE
ER
NS
TIO
S EC
N
GG
L
HOT WTER
INLET
A
G
FIGURE 11. SINGLE FAN TYPE
ELEC. CONTROL
PANEL
K
B
.
MP
CO ION
T
SEC
L
E
J
MIXING BOX
DD
M
E
D
TER
TW
HO ET
TL
OU
IL
G
C
O
&C
FAN ION
T
C
E
S
CON
S
DEN
ER
T
S EC
ION
GG
HOT WTER
INLET
A
G
FIGURE 12. DOUBLE FAN TYPE
119
PACKAGED UNIT PIPING
TABLE 63
Leq**
Model
ANPU-5-A-1
PIPE SIZING* FOR SPLIT TYPE AIR COOLED CONDENSER
32 ft (10m)
Discharge
64 ft (20m)
96 ft (30m)
120 ft (40m)
160 ft (50m)
liquid
Discharge
liquid
Discharge
liquid
Discharge
liquid
Discharge
liquid
3/4"
1/2"
7/8"
1/2"
7/8"
1/2"
7/8"
5/8"
7/8"
5/8"
3/4"
ANPU-8-A-1
7/8"
1/2"
11/8"
5/8"
11/8"
5/8"
11/8"
3/4"
11/8"
ANPU-10-A-1
7/8"
5/8"
11/8"
5/8"
11/8"
5/8"
11/8"
3/4"
11/8"
3/4"
ANPU-15-A-1
11/8"
5/8"
11/8"
3/4"
13/8"
3/4"
13/8"
7/8"
13/8"
7/8"
ANPU-20-A-1
11/8"
5/8"
11/8"
3/4"
13/8"
3/4"
13/8"
7/8"
13/8"
7/8"
ANPU-25-A-1
11/8"
3/4"
13/8"
7/8"
1 3/8"
7/8"
1 15/8"
1 1/8"
1 5/8"
1/8"
ANPU-30-A-1
11/8"
3/4"
13/8"
7/8"
1 15/8"
1 1/8"
1 5/8"
1 1/8"
1 5/8"
1/8"
7/8"
13/8"
7/8"
1 5/8"
1 1/8"
1 5/8"
1 1/8"
1 5/8"
1/8"
ANPU-35-A-1
13/8"
ANPU-40-A-1
13/8"
7/8"
15/8" 1
1/8"2
2 1/8"
1 1/8"
1 1/8"
1 1/8"
1 1/8"
1 3/8"
ANPU-10-A-2
2x3/4"
2x1/2"
2x7/8"
2x1/2"
2x7/8"
2x1/2"
2x7/8"
2x3/4"
2x7/8"
2x5/8"
ANPU-15-A-2
2x7/8"
2x1/2"
2x11/8"
2x5/8"
2x11/8"
2x5/8"
2x11/8"
2x3/4"
2x11/8"
2x3/4"
ANPU-20-A-2
2x7/8"
2x5/8"
2x11/8"
2x5/8"
2x11/8"
2x5/8"
2x11/8"
2x7/8"
2x11/8"
2x3/4"
ANPU-30-A-2
2x11/8"
2x5/8"
2x11/8"
2x3/4"
2x13/8"
2x3/4"
2x13/8"
2x7/8"
2x13/8"
2x7/8"
ANPU-40-A-2
2x11/8"
2x5/8"
2x11/8"
2x3/4"
2x13/8"
2x3/4"
2x13/8"
2x7/8"
2x11/3"
2x7/8"
2x15/8"
2x11/8"
2x15/8"
2x11/8"
ANPU-50-A-2
2x11/8"
2x3/4"
2x11/8"
2x7/8"
2x13/8"
2x7/8"
ANPU-60-A-2
2x11/8"
2x3/4"
2x13/8"
2x7/8"
2x15/8"
2x11/8"
2x15/8"
2x11/8"
2x15/8"
2x11/8"
ANPU-70-A-2
2x13/8"
2x7/8"
2x13/8"
2x7/8"
2x15/8"
2x11/8"
2x15/8"
2x11/8"
2x15/8"
2x11/8"
ANPU-80-A-2
2x13/8"
2x7/8"
2x15/8"
2x11/8"
2x21/8"
2x11/8"
2x21/8"
2x11/8"
2x21/8"
2x13/8"
*All pipe size at standard condition (CT =125 °F, FV = 500 FPM, EWB = 67 °F)
** Leq = Equivalent length of pipe from package to condenser ft (meter)
TABLE 64
EQUIVALENT LENGTH IN PIPE DIAMETERS (Leq / D*) OF VARIOS AND FITTINGS
EQUIVALENT LENGTH
IN PIPE DIAMETERS (L/D)
DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT
Fittings
Check Valves
90 Degree standard elbow
45 Degree standard elbow
90 Degree long radius elbow
30
16
20
90 Degree street elbow
45 Degree street elbow
Square corner elbow
50
26
57
Standard tee (with ow throgh run)
Standard tee (with ow throgh branch)
20
60
Close pattern return bend
Conventional swing
Clearway swing
Globe lift or stop; Y-pattern
Angle lift or stop
in line ball
*Leq = Equivalent length (feet)
D = Interrnal diameter of pipe (feet)
0.5 T ... Fully open
0.5 T ... Fully open
0.2 T ... Fully open
0.2 T ... Fully open
2.5 vertical and 0.25 horizontal T ... Fully open
50
135
50
175
200
150
Minimum calculated pressure differential (psi) across the valve
to fully lift the disc.
Remote Air Cooled Condenser Notes:
1. Refrigerant piping design must accommodate the flow of both refrigerant and oil. Proper return of oil to the crankcase is
accomplished by ensuring a minimum refrigerant velocity not less than 500 fpm in horizontal lines and not less than 1500
fpm in vertical refrigerant risers. Horizontal refrigerant lines must be pitched in the direction of refrigerant flow.
2. Copper tubing installed in remote air cooled condenser systems should be entirely free of dirt, scale, and oxides. The
liquid line from the condenser should be maintained dry.
3. Current practice limits the maximum pressure drop in liquid lines corresponding to a change of saturated temperature
ΔTsuc = 1 °F as 3.05 psi at a condensing temperature of 105 °F.
120
PACKAGED UNIT PIPING
WATER FROM
CONDENSER
COOLING TOWER
WATER TO
CONDENSER
AIR SUPPLY
DUCT
WATER COOLED PACKAGE UNIT
CIRCULATING PUMP
FIGURE 13.
WATER COOLED CONDENSER PIPING DETAIL
The above diagram is intended as a
general guideline for connection points
and equipment arrangement for water
cooled condenser applications and is not a
proposed detail for a specific installation.
All piping and duct work must follow
standard techniques and all wiring must
comply with applicable codes.
AIR COOLED
CONDENSER
Note:
1. when vertical lift exceeds 7.5
meters, install oil traps at every 6
meters.
2. Discharge check valves must be
installed on remote air-cooled
condenser applications to prevent
refrigerant migration during off
cycle.
3. "Over Traps" on top of risers must
not be less than 150 mm.
4. Oil separators are mandatory on
systems where distance between
packaged unit and remote aircooled
condenser exceeds 20 meters.
ADD OIL TRAP FOR EACH
6m VERTICAL RISE
CHECK VALVE
(BY OTHERS)
0.50 m
DISCHARGE LINE
FIGURE 14. DISCHARGE PIPING CONNECTIONS
TO REMOTE AIR COOLED CONDENSER
121
FAN SOUND RATINGS
88
92
91
87
90
86
89
85
88
84
87
83
86
82
85
SOUND POWER LEVEL (db)
SOUND POWER LEVEL (db)
89
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
69
73
68
72
67
71
66
70
65
69
64
68
63
FAN SIZE� 13
62
FAN SIZE� 14
67
66
Volumetric air flow rate(CFM)
ANPU-W,A-5-1
Volumetric air flow rate(CFM)
ANPU-W,A-8-1
ANPU-W,A-10-1
ANPU-W,A-10-2
101
100
96
99
95
98
94
97
93
96
92
95
91
94
SOUND POWER LEVEL (db)
SOUND POWER LEVEL (db)
98
97
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
78
81
77
80
76
79
75
78
77
74
73
72
FAN SIZE� 19
Volumetric air flow rate(CFM)
ANPU-W,A-25-1
Note:
122
76
FAN SIZE� 217
75
Volumetric air flow rate(CFM)
ANPU-W,A-30-1 ANPU-W,A-35-1
ANPU-W,A-30-2 ANPU-W,A-40-2
ANPU-W,A-50-2
1. When sound power level falls within the shaded area,add 3 to 6 db to the given
sound power level from left to right boundary respectively.
2. Sound ratings are based on a distance of 1m from the unit
93
92
95
94
91
93
90
92
89
91
88
90
87
89
86
88
SOUND POWER LEVEL (db)
SOUND POWER LEVEL (db)
FAN SOUND RATINGS
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
73
75
72
74
71
73
70
72
69
68
67
71
FAN SIZE� 16
Volumetric air flow rate(CFM)
ANPU-W,A-15-1
ANPU-W,A-15-2
Volumetric air flow rate(CFM)
ANPU-W,A-20-1
ANPU-W,A-20-2
101
100
96
99
95
98
94
97
93
96
92
95
91
94
SOUND POWER LEVEL (db)
SOUND POWER LEVEL (db)
98
97
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
78
81
77
80
76
79
75
78
77
74
73
72
FAN SIZE� 219
Volumetric air flow rate(CFM)
ANPU-W,A-60-2
Note:
FAN SIZE� 17
70
69
FAN SIZE� 222
76
75
Volumetric air flow rate(CFM)
ANPU-W,A-70-2
ANPU-W,A-80-2
1. When sound power level falls within the shaded area, add 3 to 6 db to the given
2. sound power level from left to right boundary respectively.
3. Sound ratings are based on a distance of 1m from the unit
123
AIR ENTHALPY & DENSITY
Table 65
Wet
Bulb
Temp.
°F
Cont.Table 65
ENTHALPY vs. ALTITUDE
Altitude
0
0
1000 (ft.) 2000 (ft.) 3000 (ft.) 4000 (ft.) 5000 (ft.)
315 (m)
625 (m)
940 (m)
1250 (m) 1560 (m)
Enthalpy of Air (Btu/lb.)
13.54
13.74
13 .94
13.8
14
14.20
14.25
14.46
14.67
14.41
14 .89
14.71
14.92
15.14
15 .37
14.97
15.18
15.4
15.63
15.23
15.44
15.66
15.89
16.12
15.87
16 .37
41
15.7
15.92
16.14
16.38
16.63
42
16.17
16.42
16.64
16.88
17.14
43
16.66
16.89
17.14
17.39
17.66
44
17.15
17.39
17.65
17.92
18.20
45
17.65
17.91
18.17
18.45
18.74
46
18.16
18.43
18.7
18.99
19.29
47
18.68
18.96
19.25
19.55
19.86
48
19.21
19.5
19.8
20.11
20.44
20.69
21.03
35
13.01
13.18
36
13.44
13.62
37
13.87
14.06
38
14.32
14.51
39
14.77
40
13.36
16 .89
17 .41
17 .94
18 .49
19 .04
19 .61
20 .19
20 .78
21 .38
22 .00
49
19.75
20.05
20.36
50
20.30
20.61
20.94
21.27
21.63
51
20.86
21.19
21.52
21.87
22.24
52
21.44
21.77
22.12
22.49
22.87
53
22.02
22.37
22.73
23.11
23.51
54
22.62
22.98
23.36
23.75
24.16
24 .59
55
23.22
23.6
23.99
24.4
24.83
56
23.84
24.24
24.64
25.07
25.51
25.28
25 .98
57
24.48
24.88
25.31
25.75
26.21
58
25.12
25.55
25.99
26.44
26.92
59
25.78
26.22
26.68
27.15
27.65
60
26.46
26.92
27.39
27.88
28.40
61
27.15
27.62
28.11
28.62
29.16
62
27.85
28.34
28.85
29.39
29.94
63
28.57
29.08
29.61
30.16
30.74
64
29.31
29.84
30.39
30.96
31.56
65
30.06
30.61
31.18
31.77
32.39
66
30.83
31.4
31.99
32.61
33.25
67
31.62
32.21
32.82
33.46
34.13
68
32.42
33.03
33.67
34.33
35.03
69
33.25
33.88
34.54
35.32
35.95
70
34.09
34.74
35.43
36.14
36.89
71
34.95
35.63
36.34
37.08
37.85
72
35.83
36.54
37.27
38.04
38.84
73
36.74
37.46
38.23
39.02
39.86
74
37.66
38.42
39.2
40.03
40.89
75
38.61
39.39
40.21
41.06
41.96
76
39.57
40.39
41.23
42.12
43.05
77
40.57
41.41
42.29
43.21
44.17
78
41.58
42.45
43.36
44.32
45.32
79
42.62
43.53
44.47
45.46
46.49
80
43.69
44.62
45.6
46.63
47.70
81
44.78
45.75
46.76
47.83
48.94
82
45.9
46.91
47.95
49.05
50.21
83
47.04
48.09
49.18
50.32
51.51
84
48.22
49.3
50.43
51.61
52.85
85
49.43
50.33
51.71
52.94
54.22
124
22 .62
23 .27
23 .92
26 .69
27 .42
28 .17
28 .94
29 .72
30 .52
31 .35
32 .19
33 .05
33 .93
34 .83
35 .75
36 .70
37 .67
38 .67
39 .69
40 .73
41 .80
42 .90
44 .02
45 .18
46 .36
47 .58
48 .83
50 .10
51 .42
52 . 76
54 .15
55 .57
DENSITY vs. ALTITUDE
Altitude Feet (meters)
Density
lb./ft.3
Ratio
0
500 (156)
0.075
1.000
0.0737
0.982
1000 (315)
0.0724
0.96
1500 (469)
0.0710
0.947
2000 (625)
0.0697
0.930
2500 (781)
0.0685
0.913
0.896
3000 (940)
0.0672
3500 (1094)
0.0660
0.880
4000 (1250)
0.0648
0.864
0.848
4500 (1400)
0.0636
5000 (1560)
0.0624
0.832
5500 (1720)
0.0613
0.817
6000 (1875)
0.0601
0.801
6500 (2031)
0.0590
0.786
7000 (2190)
0.0579
0.772
7500 (2344)
0.0568
0.757
8000 (2500)
0.0557
0.743
8500 (2656)
0.0547
0.729
9000 (2813)
0.0536
0.715
9500 (2970)
0.0526
0.701
10000 (3125)
0.0516
0.688
ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION
GENERAL
Furnish and install AzarNasim Packaged Air
Conditioning unit(s) utilizing reciprocating
industrial-duty semi-hermetic compressor(s).
Unit shall supply air through ductwork based
on the schedule of capacities as shown on
the contract drawings and the following
specifications.
The unit shall consist of serviceable semihermetic compressors(s), coil section complete
with directexpasion coil, condensate drain pan,
liquid receiver, filter rack, fan section, factory
wiring, and controls. A holding charge of (R-22)
shall be furnished. All units shall be rated to ARI
Standards 310 and 360.
CASINGS
The enclosure shall be of heavy gage
galvanized steel sheet panels, cleaned and
finished with baked enamel. The inside of the
panels shall be completely insulated with 19
mm rock wool panel with aluminum foil cover.
Panels shall be removable for access to the
components.
FAN SECTION
Double-inlet centrifugal fan wheel with forward
curved blades shall be designed for continuous
operation at maximum fan speed. Fan wheel
shall be constructed of galvanized steel sheets
and shall be statically and dynamically balanced
for smooth running and quiet operation.
Fan shall be belt driven and mounted on a solid
steel shaft with greasable ball bearings. Fan
shaft shall be phosphatized.
FAN MOTOR
The electric motor shall be totally enclosed, fan
cooled motor selected to match the fan bhp. The
motor shall operate at 1450 rpm suitable for 380
volts, 3 phase and 50 cycle operation. Fan motor
shall have V-Belt driven, with oversized V-Belt for
long lift. The motor base shall be adjustable for
belt tension control. The driven shall incorporate
multiroove sheave and pulley.
COOLING COIL
The cooling coil shall be multi-row, direct
expansion type, designed and tested in
accordance with ANSI/ASHRAE 15 Safety Code
for Mechanical Refrigeration. Primary surface
is 5/8" (16mm) O.D. seamless copper tube
with all joints brazed. Secondary surface shall
be aluminum/copper fin plates in spacings of
8/14 fins per inch. A filter frame designed to
accept standard 2" cleanable aluminum mesh
filter shall be installed upstream of the DXCooling Coil.
HEATING COIL
Hot water heating coils shall be factory tested
for leakage at 350 psig air pressure with the coil
submerged in water. Electric heating coil shall be
constructed of stainless steel heating elements
and interlocked with the supply fan.
CONDENSATE PAN
Condensate pan shall be of heavy gage
galvanized steel sheet with a coating of bitumen.
The pan shall be equipped with drain connection.
CONDENSER (Water Cooled Only)
The condenser shall be shell and tube type
with removable steel heads. The tubes shall be
integrally finned copper tubes. The tubes shall be
designed for a working pressure of 250 psig and
tested in accordance with ASME Section VIII, Div.
1 code requirements.
Each condenser shall be constructed to provide
subcooling of the liquid refrigerant. The
condenser shall be equipped with a safety relief
valve mounted on the shell for safe operation.
CONDENSER COIL (Air Cooled Only)
Air cooled condenser coils shall be rated
according to ARI 460 and constructed 5/8" O.D.
seamless copper tube with secondary surface
consisting of a choice of aluminum/copper fin
plates in spacings of 8/14 fins per inch.
REFRIGERATION CIRCUIT
Refrigeration control provided by thermal
expansion valve. Sight glass shall be installed
upstream of the expansion valve. All models shall
be equipped with back seating shutoff valve in
liquid lines. Filter-drier and operating charge of
R-22 shall be standard.
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AIR ENTHALPY & DENSITY
RECEIVER
Liquid refrigerant receiver shall be sized to hold
refrigerant charge on pump down application as
per ASHRAE 15 and designed, fabricated, and
tested to ASME Section VIII, Div. 1 requirements.
CONTROLS AND SAFETIES
All control circuits shall be 220V-50Hz-single
phase. A single/multi stage thermostat shall
provide capac-ity modulation by cycling
compressor(s) ON/OFF along with control
of condenser fan(s). An electrical interlock
for remote condenser fan shall be provided.
Contactors plus overload protections shall be
provided for all motors.
The compressor shall be provided with the
following controls: high pressure, low pressure,
overtemperature, overcurrent, and short cycle in
addition to oil pressure safety cut out.
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70
70%
100%
15
65
45%
60
40%
10
55
50
30%
45
40
SUMMER
5
E TEMPER
WINTER
ATURE
DEW POINT TEMPERATURE °F
50%
35
EFFECTIV
30
HUMIDITY RATIO LBS. WATER VAPOR PER LB. OF DRY AIR
60%
25
20
65°
79°
10
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
78
AIR DRY TEMPERATURE °F
Research conducted over 50 years by ASHREA was
consolidated in the 1993 edition of the ASHREA
Handbook of Fundamentals. It shows that during the
summer months, the majority of the population is
most comfortable between temperatures of 74 and
80°F with coincident relative humidities between 25
and 60%. The center of that comfort zone - the most
comfortable point for the majority of the population is 78°F and 45% rh.
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AIR HANDLING UNIT
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AIR HANDLING UNIT
Features
In all Azar Nasim air handling units the
frames are made from aluminum profiles
while the chassis and body panels are made
from galvanized steel sheets in appropriate
thicknesses. Azar Nasim air handling units are
manufactured in some features of which are
offered below. All units are completely painted in
the proper thickness.
1. Fan section:
In this section double width-double inlet
centrifugal fans with forward curved blades
are normally used for low pressure downfall
requirements as opposed to fans with
backward curved blades which are for high
pressure downfall applications. Fans and
housings are made of galvanized steel each
set offaplus other related components such
as shafts are statically and dynamically
balanced, shafts are selected from proper
material and size.Other power transmission
components such as pulleys and belts
are also suitably chosen depending on
the required fan speed and electric motor
power. Fan(s) and the corresponding electric
motor(s) are installed on an independent
chassis which is itself installed on the main
chassis using vibration dampers in order
to eliminate transfer of vibrations to the
structure. To further reduction the effects of
vibrations, fan outlet (s) are also connected
to the structure via flexible material such
as canvas. Where an air washer section
is included, the blower electric motor is
installed outside of this section to prevent
adverse effects of moisture. In other cases,
blower electric motor is installed in the fan
section. All 380V/30/50hz electricmotors
are selected with insulation class of (f) and
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ingress protection of (ip -54). Electricmotors
with ingress protection of (ip-55) are also
available upon request.
2. Coil section:
This section may include cooling and heating
coils or either one of the two depending on
the Requirement.
Cooling coils are available in two types of
chilled water and direct expansion (D.X.) As
per client s requirements. The chilled water
coils are constructed of 5/8 O.D copper tubes
plate finned (8, 10, 12 or 14 fpi) in aluminum
or copper upon request. The DX Coils are
constructed of 3/8 OD copper tubes also
plate finned (10, 12 or 14 fpi) in aluminum
or copper as required. The chilled water for
cooling coils is to be supplied by a water
chiller and in the D.X. coils cooling is provided
through the use of refrigerant such as R-22,
R- 407c or R-134a.
Chilled water coils may be requested in 4,
6 & 8 rows and as to the D.X. coils; they are
available in 4 or 6 rows configurations.
Heating coils are available in two types of
hot water and steam. The hot water coil just
like chilled water coil is offered in 1, 2, 3 &
4-row configurations. Steam heating coils
are constructed of 1/2 seamless steel pipe
spiral finned in aluminum or copper. Coils in
1&2 -row configurations are available upon
request.
3. Mixing box section:
This section is where the fresh and return
air streams are mixed. An independent air
damper is included for each air stream.
Dampers are manufactured from aluminum
in opposed blade configuration and air sealed
through the use of rubber strip gasket.
Damper actuators maybe easily installed
when required. 2 inches Washable aluminum
filter modules are arranged in (V) type
configuration inside these boxes. Housing
for pleated type air filters may also be
considered in the mixing box.
4. Special filter section:
This section may include pleated or bag
filter which are installed as per customer
requirements. Efficiency and class of special
filters are specified by the client.
Notes:
• Allowable air velocity must be over the
special filter section.
• In cases where only pleated filters are
required they are easily installed in
themixing box and not in the special filter
section.
are installed one which is on the cooling coil
side and one that is on the heating coil side
active. When outlet damper is open, the other
one is close. The same amount, therefore, by
adjusting the outlet dampers for each zone,
the desired zone temperature is controlled.
Number and the effective area of dampers
for each zone are dependent on the number
of zones and the air flow rate needed for that
zone. These aluminum dampers are located
either on top or the blank side of this section
depending on the type of air handling unit is
up blast or horizont al blast discharge. Multizone section is usually installed after the
fan section and in order to have the proper
air flow over the coils air diffuser is also
installed. Humidifiers are also installed in
this section when required.
5. Multi - Zone Section:
In some cases the air conditioning design
of a building defines different zones to be
air conditioned, each zone requiring its own
air flow rate and air temperature. In these
cases instead of using a few air handling
units, a multi -zone unit is usually installed.
Inthemulti-zone air handling unit, cooling
and the heating coils are paralleled with
each other which means that some of the
air passes over the cooling coil and the
remainder passes over the heating coil and
at the outlet the result is a mixture of the
two which has the suitable temperature for
each zone. Inmulti-zone units the cooling coil
area is the same size as that of a regular air
handling unit while the size of the heating
coil is less. For each zone two outlet dampers
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Selection procedure
The first parameter to consider in the selection of an
air handling unit is the required air flow rate (CFM)
therefore,by having the required air flow rate, coil
face area and the available nominal air flow rate for
the unit, the appropriate model may be chosen.
Notes:
Allowable air velocity over cooling coils is less
than 550FPM.In air handling units equipped with
air Washers this allowable airvelocity shall be
reduced further to less than 500 FPM.
Considering the cooling and heating loads and
the entering air conditions. The number of coil
rows, pressure drops on both water and air sides
and the required model of fan may be determined
using the data available in the catalogue. Other
components and accessories such as air mixing
box, special filters, humidifier, etc. May also be
selected from the ccatalogue as needed.
Chilled water Cooling, Hot water Heating
Given:
Required air flow rate = 10000 CFM
Cooling entering air condition = 80 F DB, 67 F WB
Heating entering air condition = 60 F DB
Entering chilled water temp. = 45 F Leaving
chilled water temp. = 55 F Entering hot water
temp. = 180
F Leaving hot water temp. = 160 F Total cooling
load = 480 MBH
Total heating load = 700 MBH Cooling & heating
coil FPI = 14
External static pressure drop. = 0.78 In W. G
Maximum coil face velocity = 500 FPM
Filter arrangement = V - type
Considering the required airflow rateincfm and
the uninominal airflow rate, model
AHU-1000 is chosen. From table 5@ the given
cooling capacity and the chilled water temp. A
6-Rows coi l are chosen. (Cooling capacity of the
unit is 498 MBH) From table 7@ the given heating
capacity and the hot water temp. A
2 - Rows coil are chosen. (Heating capacity of the
unit is 726MBH).
Note: Incases where there rquirement for
number of fin per inchis not specified, a coil
with the least number Of rows with 8, 10, 12
or14FPI which fulfills the requirement is chosen.
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Preference is usually given to 14 FPI.
• Determine the actual coil face velocity.
F.V. Actual = CFM = 10000 = 500 F.P.M
F.A
20
•
Knowing the actual coil velocity and the coils
chosen, determine the total internal air side
pressure downfall for the unit. From the table
P.D. Cooling coil = P. D. (Table 17) x C.F. (T able
10A) = 0.85 * 1.45 = 1.19 In W.G
P.D. Heating coil = P. D. (Table 17) x C.F.
(Table10A) = 0.22 * 1.45 = 0.32 In W.G
P.D. Filter = 0.099 In W.G
P.D. Accessories= 0.05 + 0.06 = 0.11 In W.G
(damper & mixing box from table 18).
Total internal pressure drop (T. I.P .D)
Tot al external pressure drop (T.E.P .D)
T.I.P .D = P.D. Cooling coil + P.D. Heating c o i l +
P.D. Filter + P.D. aaccessories
T.I.P .D = 1.19 + 0.32 + 0.099 + 0.11 = 1.719 In W.G
Total static pressure (T.S.P)= T.I.P .D + T.E.P .D =
1.719 + 0.78 = 2.5 In W.G
Therefore, by using table 1 and performing
interpolation the required fan size is determined
as 22” at the speed of 703 RPM and electric
motor power requi rement of 10 HP.
• Determine the water side P.D. (Cooling Coil):
Water flow rate (GPM) = Total heating load = 498000 =
500×ΔT
500×10
> = 99.6 GM
Water velocity inside the tubes =
Water Flow Rate (GPM)
>
= 1.235 =
No. of coils × No. of circuits (Table 19)
> 99.6 = × 1.235 = 4.39 Ft / Sec
1 × 28
• From table 21consideringthe 6 rows cooling
coil, the water v e l o c i t y of 4.39 Ft/Sec the
pressure drop is given as 10.52 Ft. W.G.
-Determine the water side pressure drop
(Heating Coil):
Water flow rate (GPM) = Total heating load = 726000 =
500×ΔT
500×10
> = 72.6 GM
Water velocity inside the tubes =
Water Flow Rate (GPM)
>
= 1.235 =
No. of coils × No. of circuits (Table 19)
>72.6 = × 1.235 = 3.2 Ft / Sec
1 × 28
From Table 21 considering the 2 row heating coil,
the water velocity of 3.2 Ft /Sec, the pressure
drop is given 2.62 Ft w.g and a.The average water
temp, of 170 F correction factor is0.77 theref ore,
the actual P.D. is 2.02 Ft W.G.
Knowing the actual coil face velocity and the
coils chosen, determine the total internal air
side pressure drop for the unit.
P.D. DX coil = P.D. (Table 17) x C.F. (Table 17A) =>
> 0.79 x 1.45 = 1.15 in W.G
D.X. COOLING, STEAM HEATING
Given:
Required air flow rate = 9500 CFM
Cooling entering air condition = 80˚F DB, 67˚F WB
Heating entering air condition = 60˚F DB
Total cooling load = 450 MBH
Total heating load = 950 MBH
Cooling coil FPI = 14
Heating coil FPI = 8
Evaporating temperature = 45 ˚F
Steam pressure = 5 psig
External static pressure downfall. = 0.5 in. WG
Maximum coil face velocity = 500 FPM
Filter arrangement = flat type
P.D. Heating coil = P.D. (Table 17) x C.F. >
> (Table 10A) = 0.21 x 1 = 0.21 in W.G
P.D. Filter = 0.09 in W.G (table 9)
Considering the required air flow rate in cfm
and the unit available nominal air flow rate, air
handling unit model AHU- 1000 is chosen.
•
•
Fromtable 9@ the givenwilling capacity and the
evap. temp. a 6-rows chosen
(willingcapacity of the units is 471 MBH)
Fromtable 8@the given heating capacity and
the steampressure of 5psig, a 2-rows heating
coil is chosen.
(Heating capacity of the unit is 980MBH)
•
P.D. Accessories = 0.05 in W.G (Table 18) >
> Total internal pressure d downfall. (T. I.P .D)>
> Tot al external pressure downfall (T.E.P.D)
T.I.P.D = P.D. DX Coil + P.D. Heating coil+ >
> P. D. Filter accessories = >
> 1.15 + 0.2 + 0.09 + 0.05 = 1.5 in W.G
Total static pressure(T .S.P) = T.I.P .D + T.E.P .D>
>=1.5 +0.5 = 2 in W.G
Therefore, by using table18 and performing
interpolation the required fan size is determined
as22” At the speed of 629 RPM and electric motor
power requirement of 7.5 HP.
Determine the actual coil face velocity.
Actual F.V. = CFM = 9500 = 475 F.P.M
F.A
20
Referring to the correction factors in table12,
the cooling and the heating capacity correction
factors are given as 0.97 And 0.98 Respectively.
•
•
Corrected cooling capacity =
471x0.97= 456.8 MBH
Corrected heating capacity=
980x0.98= 960.4MBH
Therefore, the chosen cooling and heating coils
fulfill the requirements.
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Fan Performance
Table 1
Fan
Model
AHU 250
AHU 350
AHU 500
AHU 700
AHU 1000
AHU 1200
AHU 1500
AHU 1700
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Size
1 × 14''
1 × 16''
1 × 17''
1 × 19''
1 × 22''
1 × 22''
1 × 26''
1 × 26''
Total static pressure in inches of water
Coil
Face
area
sq.ft²
5
7
10
15
20
25
30
35
0.5�
0.75�
1.5�
1.25�
1�
FPM
CFM
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
400
2000
515
0.5
614
0.5
702
0.75
RPM
HP
2�
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
450
2250
536
0.5
623
0.75
709
0.75
500
2500
561
0.5
639
0.75
714
0.75
784
1
865
1.5
550
2750
583
0.75
654
0.75
726
1
793
1.5
868
1.5
600
3000
609
0.75
677
1
742
1
806
1.5
872
1.5
998
2
700
3500
662
1
726
1.5
783
1.5
842
1.5
896
2
1005
3
800
4000
717
1.5
780
1.5
837
2
886
2
933
3
1030
3
400
2800
478
0.5
554
0.75
632
1
708
1.5
785
1.5
450
3150
501
0.75
570
1
637
1.5
707
1.5
777
1.5
908
3
500
3500
526
1
589
1
650
1.5
711
1.5
774
2
898
3
550
3850
553
1
613
1.5
668
1.5
723
2
780
2
892
3
600
4200
580
1.5
639
1.5
691
2
742
2
791
3
893
4
700
4900
691
2
741
3
786
3
830
3
617
4
800
5600
746
3
794
3
837
4
878
4
955
4
400
4000
454
1
515
1
571
1.5
631
1.5
692
2
803
3
450
4500
478
1.5
539
1.5
592
1.5
641
2
693
2
798
3
500
5000
535
1.5
566
1.5
610
2
656
3
702
3
798
4
550
5500
541
1.5
591
2
636
3
682
3
722
3
803
4
600
6000
621
2
665
3
732
4
723
3
818
4
700
7000
677
3
721
4
757
4
796
5.5
858
5.5
800
8000
778
5.5
818
5.5
848
5.5
914
5.5
400
6000
414
1.5
474
1.5
530
2
543
3
648
3
748
4
450
6750
436
1.5
491
2
542
3
593
3
645
3
750
4
500
7500
512
3
560
3
605
3
651
4
755
5.5
5.5
550
8200
533
3
580
4
621
4
664
4
757
600
9000
557
4
601
4
642
4
681
5.5
757
5.5
700
10500
646
5.5
684
5.5
722
7.5
791
7.5
800
12000
729
7.5
763
10
888
10
400
8000
448
3
497
4
545
4
627
5.5
353
2
401
3
450
9000
373
3
418
3
459
4
502
4
548
5.5
630
7.5
500
10000
395
3
436
4
475
4
513
5.5
551
5.5
638
7.5
550
11000
417
4
457
4
493
5.5
528
5.5
563
7.5
640
7.5
600
12000
478
5.5
512
5.5
546
7.5
577
7.5
641
10
700
14000
525
7.5
554
7.5
585
10
614
10
669
15
800
16000
601
15
628
15
655
15
705
15
400
10000
3
357
3
394
4
443
4
482
5.5
563
7.5
318
450
11250
339
3
373
4
405
4
450
5.5
484
5.5
555
7.5
500
12500
358
4
391
5.5
422
5.5
483
5.5
493
7.5
554
10
550
13750
380
5.5
428
5.5
440
7.5
478
7.5
500
7.5
560
10
600
15000
386
5.5
432
7.5
459
7.5
496
10
522
10
572
15
700
17500
474
10
15
800
20000
400
12000
326
3
362
4
499
10
533
15
554
15
600
542
15
574
15
596
20
636
20
396
4
430
5.5
464
5.5
536
7.5
10
450
13500
349
4
382
5.5
413
5.5
444
7.5
474
7.5
538
500
15000
373
5.5
404
5.5
434
7.5
461
7.5
488
7.5
542
10
550
16500
427
7.5
454
7.5
481
10
506
10
555
15
458
10
15
600
18000
700
21000
400
14000
294
4
327
477
10
502
10
526
15
571
524
15
547
15
569
15
610
20
4
358
5.5
389
5.5
422
7.5
489
10
450
15750
314
5.5
344
5.5
372
7.5
400
7.5
428
7.5
484
10
500
17500
335
5.5
363
7.5
389
7.5
414
10
439
10
490
15
550
19250
352
7.5
382
10
405
10
431
10
453
15
500
15
600
21000
413
10
425
15
448
15
470
15
512
15
700
24500
425
15
466
15
486
20
506
20
534
20
Fan Performance
Table 1
Fan
Model
AHU 2000
AHU 2200
AHU 2500
AHU 3000
AHU 3500
AHU 4000
AHU 4500
Size
1 × 29''
1 × 29''
2 × 22''
2 × 26''
2 × 29''
2 × 29''
2 × 32''
Total static pressure in inches of water
Coil
Face
area
sq.ft²
40
45
50
60
70
0

0.5�
0.75�
1.5�
1.25�
1�
2�
FPM
CFM
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
RPM
400
16000
306
5.5
336
5.5
364
7.5
391
7.5
419
10
475
10
450
18000
329
5.5
357
7.5
383
7.5
408
10
432
10
482
15
500
20000
379
10
403
10
427
15
449
15
494
15
550
22000
403
15
425
15
447
15
469
15
509
20
600
24000
448
15
469
15
489
20
537
20
700
28000
514
25
533
25
567
30
400
18000
260
5.5
289
5.5
10
371
10
429
15
317
7.5
344
HP
450
20250
278
5.5
305
7.5
330
7.5
354
10
379
10
428
15
500
22500
296
5.5
322
10
345
10
361
15
390
15
433
15
550
24750
302
7.5
340
10
363
15
383
15
403
15
443
20
600
27000
359
15
381
15
400
15
419
20
456
20
700
31500
415
20
436
25
453
25
486
30
800
36000
400
20000
401
23
442
24
480
24
517
25.5
554
25.5
629
27.5
450
22500
459
23
468
25.5
504
25.5
538
25.5
571
27.5
637
210
500
25000
497
25.5
530
27.5
562
27.5
592
27.5
651
210
550
27500
528
27.5
557
210
587
210
616
210
672
215
587
210
615
210
642
215
694
215
675
215
698
220
746
220
802
225
600
30000
700
35000
800
40000
400
24000
326
23
362
24
396
24
430
25.5
464
25.5
536
27.5
450
27000
349
24
382
25.5
413
25.5
444
27.5
474
27.5
535
210
500
30000
373
25.5
404
25.5
434
27.5
461
27.5
488
27.5
542
210
550
33000
427
27.5
454
27.5
481
210
506
210
555
215
458
210
215
600
36000
700
42000
400
28000
284
24
317
477
210
502
210
526
215
571
524
215
547
215
569
215
610
220
24
348
25.5
379
25.5
412
27.5
479
210
450
31500
304
25.5
334
25.5
362
27.5
390
27.5
418
27.5
474
210
500
35000
325
25.5
353
27.5
379
27.5
404
210
429
210
480
215
550
38500
342
27.5
371
210
397
210
421
210
443
215
489
215
600
42000
393
210
415
215
438
215
460
215
502
215
700
49000
415
215
456
215
476
220
496
220
534
220
400
32000
306
25.5
336
25.5
364
27.5
391
27.5
419
210
475
210
450
36000
329
25.5
357
27.5
383
27.5
408
210
432
210
482
215
500
40000
379
210
403
210
427
215
449
215
494
215
550
44000
403
215
425
215
447
215
469
215
509
220
600
48000
448
215
469
215
489
220
537
220
700
56000
514
225
533
225
567
230
400
35200
260
25.5
289
25.5
210
371
210
429
215
317
27.5
344
450
39600
278
25.5
305
27.5
330
27.5
354
210
379
210
428
215
500
44000
296
25.5
322
210
345
210
361
215
390
215
433
215
550
48400
302
27.5
340
210
363
215
383
215
403
215
443
220
600
52800
359
215
381
215
400
210
419
220
456
220
700
61600
415
220
436
210
453
225
486
230
Note: Selections in shaded areas not recommended for cooling applications.
135
Fan Performance
Cont. Table 1
Fan
Model
Size
Total static pressure in inches of water
Coil
Face
area
sq.ft²
2.5�
FPM
450
500
AHU 250
AHU 350
AHU 500
AHU 700
AHU 1000
AHU 1200
AHU 1500
AHU 1700
136
1 × 14''
1 × 16''
1 × 17''
1 × 19''
1 × 22''
1 × 22''
1 × 26''
1 × 26''
5
7
10
15
20
25
30
35
550
CFM
2000
2250
2500
2750
3�
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
1334
3
1323
1313
3
1465
3
3
1449
5�
4�
3.5�
RPM
HP
3
1578
4
RPM
HP
600
3000
1317
3
1440
3
1564
4
1577
5.5
700
3500
1349
4
1452
4
1555
4
1661
5.5
800
4000
1409
4
1499
5.5
1586
5.5
1679
5.5
400
2800
4
6�
RPM
HP
450
3150
500
3500
1118
3
550
3850
1124
4
1223
600
4200
1136
4
1230
4
1230
5.5
700
4900
1184
5.5
1263
5.5
1340
7.5
1420
7.5
1578
10
800
5600
1247
5.5
1316
7.5
1384
7.5
1452
7.5
1590
10
400
4000
980
4
10
450
4500
978
4
1073
5.5
1168
5.5
1252
7.5
500
5000
986
4
1071
5.5
1156
5.5
1242
7.5
550
5500
1005
5.5
1081
5.5
1157
7.5
1235
7.5
1389
600
6000
1031
5.5
1100
7.5
1169
7.5
1239
10
1383
10
700
7000
1095
7.5
1155
10
1214
10
1237
10
1391
15
800
8000
1168
10
1222
10
1277
15
1328
15
400
6000
860
5.5
947
7.5
450
6750
850
5.5
940
7.5
1020
10
500
7500
840
7.5
930
7.5
1012
10
1089
10
550
8200
833
7.5
920
7.5
1003
10
1081
15
600
9000
834
7.5
913
10
993
10
1070
15
1211
15
700
10500
853
10
919
10
986
15
1054
15
1190
20
800
12000
889
15
945
15
1002
15
1060
15
1178
20
400
8000
996
25
450
9000
711
7.5
500
10000
704
10
778
10
550
11000
701
10
771
15
839
15
600
12000
704
10
768
15
832
15
886
20
700
14000
723
15
777
15
836
20
895
20
400
10000
639
7.5
RPM
HP
450
11250
628
10
685
10
500
12500
620
15
682
15
739
15
550
13750
618
15
675
15
734
20
788
20
600
15000
622
15
674
15
727
20
781
25
867
30
955
30
700
17500
644
20
687
20
730
20
775
25
868
35
945
40
400
12000
608
10
927
40
450
13500
599
10
662
15
500
15000
597
15
654
15
713
20
550
16500
604
15
655
15
707
20
759
20
600
18000
617
15
662
20
708
20
754
25
851
30
700
21000
649
20
688
25
727
25
766
30
846
35
400
14000
563
15
20
450
15750
553
15
614
15
658
500
17500
551
15
605
20
655
20
697
25
550
19250
555
20
702
20
650
25
695
25
719
35
600
21000
564
20
604
20
648
25
692
30
778
35
850
50
700
24500
590
25
625
25
661
30
697
35
770
40
845
50
Fan Performance
Cont. Table 1
Fan
Model
AHU 2000
AHU 2200
AHU 2500
Size
1 × 29''
1 × 29''
2 × 22''
Total static pressure in inches of water
Coil
Face
area
sq.ft²
40
45
50
2.5�
3�
FPM
CFM
RPM
HP
RPM
HP
400
16000
532
15
594
15
RPM
5�
4�
3.5�
HP
RPM
HP
6�
RPM
HP
40
RPM
HP
450
18000
534
15
584
20
634
20
500
20000
538
20
582
20
629
25
674
25
550
22000
549
20
589
25
630
25
6752
30
756
600
24000
564
25
601
25
638
30
675
30
751
40
827
50
700
28000
601
30
633
25
664
35
696
40
758
50
823
60
400
18000
485
15
534
20
30
742
60
450
20250
479
20
529
20
575
25
500
22500
478
20
524
25
570
25
613
550
24750
483
20
523
25
565
30
608
30
600
27000
492
25
528
30
565
30
604
35
680
50
700
31500
518
30
549
35
580
40
611
40
675
50
800
36000
400
20000
703
2  10
776
2  10
450
22500
703
2  10
769
2  15
835
2  15
899
2  15
500
25000
710
2  15
770
2  15
830
2  15
890
2  20
550
27500
725
2  15
778
2  15
833
2  20
886
2  20
995
2  25
600
30000
744
2  15
794
2  20
742
2  20
891
2  20
992
2  25
1091
2  30
700
35000
791
2  20
834
2  25
876
2  25
918
2  25
1002
2  30
1087
2  35
400
24000
608
2  10
450
27000
599
2  10
662
2  15
500
30000
597
2  15
654
2  15
713
2  20
550
33000
604
2  15
655
2  15
707
2  20
759
2  20
600
36000
617
2  15
662
2  20
708
2  20
754
2  25
851
2  30
700
42000
649
2  20
688
2  25
727
2  25
766
2  30
846
2  35
927
2  40
400
28000
543
2  15
2  20
40000
AHU 3000
AHU 3500
AHU 4000
AHU 4500
2 × 26''
2 × 29''
2 × 29''
2 × 32''
60
70
0

450
31500
533
2  15
594
2  15
638
500
35000
531
2  15
585
2  20
635
2  20
677
2  25
550
38500
535
2  20
681
2  20
630
2  25
675
2  25
759
2  35
600
42000
544
2  20
584
2  20
628
2  25
672
2  30
758
2  35
830
2  50
700
49000
570
2  25
605
2  25
641
2  30
677
2  35
750
2  40
825
2  50
400
32000
534
2  15
794
2  15
2  35
450
36000
532
2  15
784
2  20
634
2  20
500
40000
538
2  20
582
2  20
629
2  25
674
2  25
550
44000
549
2  20
589
2  25
630
2  25
672
2  30
756
600
48000
564
2  25
601
2  25
638
2  30
675
2  30
751
2  40
827
2  50
700
56000
601
2  30
633
2  30
664
2  35
696
2  40
758
2  45
823
2  60
400
35200
485
2  15
534
2  20
2  30
741
2  60
450
39600
479
2  20
529
2  20
575
2  25
500
44000
478
2  20
524
2  25
570
2  25
613
550
48400
483
2  20
523
2  25
565
2  30
608
2  30
600
52800
492
2  25
528
2  30
565
2  30
604
2  35
680
2  50
700
61600
518
2  30
549
2  35
580
2  40
611
2  40
675
2  50
Note: Selections in shaded areas not recommended for cooling applications.
137
Air Handling Unit
Air Washer
RETURN AIR
FAN SECTION
AIR WASHER
COIL SECTION
MIXING BOX
OPTIONAL
FRESH
AIR DAMPER
RETURN AIR
DAMPER
VF
VB
FAN SECTION
COIL SECTION
MIXING BOX
OPTIONAL
FRESH
AIR DAMPER
RETURN AIR
DAMPER
VF
VB
VIEW BACK > VB
Dimensions
Table 2
Model
A
B
AHU 250
1000
Class
4
1200
H.A
C
No.
of
Row
Coil
Width
D
E
F
G
I
J
K
L
H
W
650
1900
520
20
480
220
--
80
820
1000
700
230
540
90
490
240
--
80
920
1100
800
415
570
270
500
250
--
80
1120
1500
--
80
1320
1500
AHU 350
1150
AHU 500
1200
AHU 700
1300
900
375
550
295
655
270
AHU 1000
1500
1000
590
720
290
730
280
--
100
1400
2000
280
--
100
1600
2000
AHU 1200
1500
AHU 1500
1700
AHU 1700
1700
AHU 2000
Class
6
1800
350
1
100
1100
590
720
490
730
2
150
1300
520
860
650
830
320
--
100
1900
2000
3
180
1400
645
860
650
830
320
--
100
1900
2250
1800
4
200
1300
687
925
640
890
350
--
120
1980
2400
AHU 2200
1800
6
280
1400
387
925
540
890
350
--
120
2180
2400
AHU 2500
1500
8
330
1200
415
720
440
890
350
830
120
1780
3200
AHU 3000
1700
1300
545
860
525
835
320
1090
120
1780
4000
AHU 3500
1800
1350
562
925
540
890
350
1125
120
1880
4200
AHU 4000
1800
1400
637
925
660
890
350
1275
120
2000
4500
AHU 4500
2100
1800
700
1050
620
990
390
1400
120
2100
5000
Note:
138
•
•
Class
8
2400
400
400
All Dimensions in mm
For Air Handling Units with BAG filter add
70 cm and also for HEPA filter add 70 cm
to mentioned dimensions
Multi Zone Air Handling Unit
OPTIONAL
VIEW FRONT> VF
MULTI ZONE
VIEW BACK > VB
FAN SECTION
MIXING BOX
FRESH
AIR DAMPER
RETURN AIR
DAMPER
VF
VB
VIEW FRONT> VF
VIEW BACK > VB
e
Table 3
Model
A
B
C
D
E
L
H
W
AHU 250
1150
1150
880
1050
250
80
1050
1050
AHU 350
1350
1200
880
1150
350
80
1150
1050
AHU 500
1350
1350
980
1300
450
80
1300
1500
AHU 700
1550
1400
1070
1400
450
100
1400
1500
AHU 1000
1600
1600
1070
1500
550
100
1500
2000
AHU 1200
1750
1800
1070
1700
550
100
1700
2000
AHU 1500
2000
1900
1270
2000
500
120
2000
2000
AHU 1700
2000
1900
1470
2000
600
120
2000
2250
AHU 2000
2000
2050
1470
2100
650
120
2100
2500
AHU 2200
2150
2050
1570
2100
700
120
2100
2650
AHU 2500
1750
1800
1070
1700
750
140
1700
4000
AHU 3000
2000
1900
1270
2000
850
140
2000
4000
AHU 3500
2000
1900
1470
2000
850
140
2000
4500
AHU 4000
2000
2050
1470
2100
850
140
2100
5000
AHU 4500
2150
2050
1570
2100
900
140
2100
5300
Note:
• All Dimensions in mm
139
Fan Performance
Chilled Water Rating ( 8 FPI )
Table 4
Nominal
CFM
Model
AHU 350
AHU 500
AHU 700
AHU 1000
AHU 1200
AHU 1500
AHU 1700
AHU 2000
AHU 2200
AHU 2500
AHU 3000
AHU 3500
AHU 4000
AHU 4500
140
(°F)
4 Rows
EWB
(°F)
Total
Sensible
(MBH)
Load
AHU 250
Note:
EDB
2500
3500
5000
7000
10000
12500
1500
17500
20000
22500
25000
30000
35000
40000
45000
6 Rows
LVG
LVG
Total
Sensible
(MBH)
(°F)
(°F)
(MBH)
Load
DB
WB
Load
8 Rows
LVG
LVG
Total
Sensible
(MBH)
(°F)
(°F)
(MBH)
Load
DB
WB
Load
LVG
LVG
(MBH)
(°F)
(°F)
Load
DB
WB
80
67
59
54
61
60
88
68
57
56
110
78
53
53
90
71
84
76
63
61
120
94
58
57
146
106
54
54
100
75
111
98
66
63
154
119
59
58
184
133
54
54
80
67
82
75
61
60
122
95
57
56
153
108
54
53
90
71
117
106
64
61
168
131
58
57
204
147
54
54
100
75
154
136
66
63
215
166
59
58
257
185
54
54
80
67
140
116
60
58
198
145
55
55
238
163
52
52
90
71
193
161
62
60
263
197
56
55
312
220
52
52
100
75
249
205
64
61
333
248
57
56
388
273
53
53
80
67
196
163
60
58
277
203
55
55
334
229
52
52
90
71
270
226
62
60
369
276
56
55
436
307
52
52
100
75
348
288
64
61
466
347
57
56
543
383
53
53
80
67
306
242
59
58
420
299
54
54
498
336
51
51
90
71
414
334
61
59
552
404
55
55
643
448
52
52
100
75
527
422
63
61
692
506
56
55
796
556
52
52
80
67
378
301
59
58
520
372
55
54
617
418
52
51
90
71
512
414
62
59
684
502
56
55
798
557
52
52
100
75
652
523
64
61
857
629
57
56
989
692
52
52
80
67
451
359
59
58
621
445
55
54
737
500
52
52
90
71
609
494
62
59
816
600
56
55
954
667
52
52
100
75
776
625
64
61
1023
752
57
56
1182
828
53
52
80
67
545
410
58
57
744
507
53
53
878
568
50
50
90
71
736
564
60
58
977
684
54
54
1133
756
50
50
100
75
936
675
62
60
1221
855
55
54
1403
940
50
50
80
67
652
501
58
57
875
614
54
53
1024
684
51
51
90
71
750
638
62
60
1035
781
56
56
1229
871
53
53
100
75
970
813
65
62
1310
983
58
57
1535
1088
53
53
80
67
732
540
58
57
983
663
53
52
1152
740
50
50
90
71
978
738
60
58
1282
8990
53
53
1480
982
50
50
100
75
1239
930
62
60
1600
1111
54
54
1824
1216
50
50
80
67
757
602
59
58
1041
745
55
54
1235
836
52
51
90
71
1024
828
61
59
1368
1005
56
55
1596
1114
52
52
100
75
1304
1047
64
61
1715
1258
57
56
1978
1384
52
52
80
67
902
719
59
58
1242
890
55
54
1475
1000
52
52
90
71
1219
989
62
59
1632
1201
56
55
1908
1334
52
52
100
75
1553
1251
64
61
2046
1504
57
56
2365
1657
53
52
80
67
1090
820
58
57
1488
1014
53
53
1756
1136
50
50
90
71
1471
1128
60
58
1954
1368
54
54
2266
1512
50
50
100
75
1871
1424
62
60
2442
1710
55
54
2806
1880
50
50
80
67
1305
1003
58
57
1750
1228
54
53
2048
1369
51
51
90
71
1500
1277
62
60
2071
1562
56
56
2458
1743
53
53
100
75
1941
1627
65
62
2620
1966
58
57
3070
2176
53
53
80
67
1464
1079
58
57
1966
1326
53
52
2304
1480
50
50
90
71
1957
1475
60
58
2564
1780
53
53
2960
1964
50
50
100
75
2478
1858
62
60
3200
2222
54
54
3648
2423
50
50
• Values based on entering chilled water
temperature of 45 ˚F
• EDB = Entering air dry bulb temperature
• EWB = Entering air wet bulb temperature
• LVG = Leaving air temperature
• MBH = 1000 BTU/hr.
Fan Performance
Chilled Water Rating (14 FPI)
Table 5
Nominal
Model
CFM
EDB
(°F)
AHU 350
AHU 500
AHU 700
AHU 1000
AHU 1200
AHU 1500
AHU 1700
AHU 2000
AHU 2200
AHU 2500
AHU 3000
AHU 3500
AHU 4000
AHU 4500
Note:
(°F)
Total
Sensible
(MBH)
67
72
Load
80
AHU 250
4 Rows
EWB
2500
3500
5000
7000
10000
12500
1500
17500
20000
22500
25000
30000
35000
40000
45000
6 Rows
LVG
LVG
Total
Sensible
(MBH)
(°F)
(°F)
(MBH)
59
58
58
104
Load
DB
WB
Load
8 Rows
LVG
LVG
Total
Sensible
(MBH)
(°F)
(°F)
(MBH)
73
53
53
125
Load
DB
WB
Load
LVG
LVG
(MBH)
(°F)
(°F)
82
50
Load
DB
WB
50
90
71
102
83
59
58
139
99
53
53
162
109
50
50
100
75
132
106
60
59
175
124
54
53
200
136
50
50
80
67
100
82
58
58
146
102
53
53
175
115
50
50
90
71
141
115
59
59
194
138
53
53
227
153
50
50
100
75
183
147
60
60
244
174
54
54
280
189
50
50
80
67
177
131
56
55
237
158
51
51
274
175
48
48
90
71
237
179
57
56
307
211
51
51
346
228
48
48
100
75
300
226
58
57
380
261
51
51
422
281
48
48
80
67
243
182
56
56
328
220
51
51
380
243
48
48
90
71
327
249
57
56
425
293
51
51
481
318
48
48
100
75
415
313
58
57
526
363
52
51
587
391
48
48
80
67
385
275
55
54
498
327
50
50
564
357
47
47
90
71
506
371
56
55
363
431
50
50
707
464
47
47
100
75
633
463
57
56
781
532
50
50
858
568
47
47
80
67
477
341
55
54
619
407
50
50
701
445
48
48
90
71
626
460
56
55
791
537
50
50
881
579
47
47
100
75
785
576
57
56
971
663
51
50
1070
709
47
47
80
67
569
408
55
54
741
487
50
50
839
532
48
48
90
71
747
550
56
55
945
642
50
50
1053
693
47
47
100
75
936
688
57
56
1160
793
51
51
1280
849
47
47
80
67
689
482
55
54
887
569
50
50
1003
625
47
47
90
71
924
659
55
55
1155
761
50
50
1280
816
47
47
100
75
1170
830
56
56
1432
946
50
50
1572
1007
47
47
80
67
689
482
55
54
887
569
50
50
1003
625
47
47
90
71
924
659
55
55
1155
761
50
50
1280
816
47
47
100
75
1170
830
56
56
1432
946
50
50
1572
1007
47
47
80
67
924
635
54
53
1171
744
49
49
1314
806
49
47
90
71
1227
827
55
54
1512
990
49
49
1667
1058
47
47
100
75
1547
1083
56
55
1873
1229
49
49
2042
1304
47
47
80
67
820
570
54
53
1036
671
49
49
1157
727
47
47
90
71
1065
763
55
54
1310
879
49
49
1442
941
47
47
100
75
1321
949
56
55
1599
1081
50
50
1743
1149
47
47
80
67
924
635
54
53
1171
744
49
49
1314
806
49
47
90
71
1227
827
55
54
1512
990
49
49
1667
1058
47
47
100
75
1547
1083
56
55
1873
1229
49
49
2042
1304
47
47
80
67
953
682
55
54
1238
813
50
50
1402
889
48
48
90
71
1253
921
56
55
1582
1074
50
50
1761
1157
47
47
100
75
1570
1152
57
56
1941
1325
51
50
2139
1417
47
47
80
67
1137
715
55
55
1481
973
50
50
1678
1064
48
48
90
71
1494
1100
56
55
1889
1284
50
50
2106
1385
47
47
100
75
1871
1377
57
56
2319
1585
51
51
2559
1697
47
47
47
80
67
1378
945
55
54
1775
1138
50
50
2006
1249
47
90
71
1847
1318
55
55
2310
1522
50
50
2560
1632
47
47
100
75
2339
1659
56
56
2864
1892
50
50
3144
2014
47
47
• Values based on entering chilled water • EDB = Entering air dry bulb temperature
temperature of 45 ˚F
• EWB = Entering air wet bulb temperature
• LVG = Leaving air temperature
• MBH = 1000 BTU/hr.
141
Hot Water Rating (8 FPI)
Table 6
Nominal
CFM
Model
1 Rows
EDB
(°F)
2 Rows
3 Rows
4 Rows
Capacity
LVG DB
Capacity
LVG DB
Capacity
LVG DB
Capacity
LVG DB
(MBH)
(°F)
(MBH)
(°F)
(MBH)
(°F)
(MBH)
(°F)
126
109
92
76
42
58
73
88
211
183
155
127
73
85
67
108
281
245
209
174
100
110
119
127
330
289
248
207
120
128
135
141
AHU 250
2500
0
20
40
60
AHU 350
3500
0
20
40
60
175
151
128
105
42
57
73
88
293
254
215
177
72
85
97
108
391
341
292
243
99
109
118
127
461
402
345
288
119
127
160
160
AHU 500
5000
0
20
40
60
262
228
195
161
44
60
75
90
438
382
326
271
76
88
100
111
576
504
433
362
103
113
122
130
673
589
507
425
122
130
137
143
7000
0
20
40
60
536
320
273
226
44
60
75
90
614
535
457
379
76
88
100
111
807
706
606
507
103
113
122
130
942
825
710
596
122
130
137
143
AHU 1000
10000
0
20
40
60
535
467
400
333
45
60
76
91
893
781
669
558
78
90
102
113
1166
1022
880
738
104
114
123
131
1356
1190
1025
862
124
131
138
144
AHU 1200
12500
0
20
40
60
660
576
493
410
44
60
75
90
1104
965
827
690
77
89
101
112
1445
1266
1090
914
103
113
122
131
1683
1476
1272
1070
122
130
137
144
AHU 1500
1500
0
20
40
60
784
685
587
488
44
60
75
90
1315
1150
986
822
76
89
101
112
1723
1510
1300
1090
102
112
122
130
2009
1763
1518
1277
122
130
137
143
17500
0
20
40
60
926
810
694
579
48
62
76
90
1549
1356
1164
972
81
91
101
111
2045
1769
1548
1303
107
114
121
128
2356
2069
1782
1500
124
128
133
139
AHU 2000
20000
0
20
40
60
1091
955
819
684
46
61
77
92
111
1593
1368
1145
79
91
103
114
2363
2073
1786
1502
106
115
124
133
2739
2404
2073
1746
125
132
139
145
AHU 2200
22500
0
20
40
60
1203
1053
904
755
49
63
77
91
2014
1764
1516
1269
82
92
102
112
2643
2322
2004
1688
108
115
122
129
3047
2675
2307
1943
124
129
134
139
AHU 2500
25000
0
20
40
60
1320
1153
987
821
44
60
75
90
2209
1931
1655
1381
77
89
101
112
2890
2533
2180
1829
103
113
122
131
3366
2953
2544
2140
122
130
137
144
30000
0
20
40
60
1569
1371
1174
977
44
60
75
90
2631
2300
1972
1645
76
89
101
112
3446
3021
2600
2181
102
112
122
130
4019
3526
3037
2555
122
130
137
143
AHU 3500
35000
0
20
40
60
1852
1620
1388
1158
48
62
76
90
3098
2712
1228
1944
81
91
101
111
4090
3592
3096
2606
107
114
121
128
4712
4138
3564
3000
124
128
133
139
AHU 4000
40000
0
20
40
60
2183
1911
1639
1368
46
61
77
92
3639
3187
2737
2290
79
91
103
114
4726
4147
3573
3004
106
115
124
133
2479
4809
4147
3492
125
132
139
145
AHU 4500
45000
0
20
40
60
2406
2106
1808
1510
49
63
77
91
4028
3628
3032
2538
82
92
102
112
5286
4644
4008
3376
108
115
122
129
6094
5350
4614
3886
124
129
134
139
AHU 700
AHU 1700
AHU 3000
Note:
142
•
•
Hot water Entering: 180˚F & Leaving: 160˚F
EDB = Entering air dry bulb Temperature.
•
•
LVG = Leaving air Temperature.
MBH = 1000 Btu/hr.
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Table 7
Nominal
CFM
Model
1 Rows
EDB
(°F)
2 Rows
3 Rows
4 Rows
Capacity
LVG DB
Capacity
LVG DB
Capacity
LVG DB
Capacity
LVG DB
(MBH)
(°F)
(MBH)
(°F)
(MBH)
(°F)
(MBH)
(°F)
176
152
128
105
60
74
87
99
274
237
201
165
97
107
115
123
346
302
258
214
127
133
139
144
390
340
291
243
145
149
153
156
AHU 250
2500
0
20
40
60
AHU 350
3500
0
20
40
60
245
212
179
146
60
73
86
99
381
330
280
230
97
106
115
123
483
420
359
299
126
132
138
143
544
475
407
340
145
149
153
156
AHU 500
5000
0
20
40
60
368
320
273
225
63
77
90
102
571
497
424
352
102
111
120
128
710
621
532
445
130
137
142
147
793
694
596
500
148
152
156
159
7000
0
20
40
60
516
449
382
316
63
77
90
102
799
696
594
493
102
111
120
128
995
869
746
624
130
137
142
147
1110
971
834
700
148
152
156
159.6
AHU 1000
10000
0
20
40
60
752
656
561
466
64
78
91
104
1165
1017
871
726
104
113
122
130
1438
1259
1082
908
132
138
144
149
1599
1400
1205
1013
149
154
157
161
AHU 1200
12500
0
20
40
60
829
811
693
576
64
77
91
103
1443
1261
1080
900
103
112
121
129
1786
1564
1344
1128
131
138
143
149
1989
1742
1499
1260
148
153
157
160
AHU 1500
1500
0
20
40
60
1106
965
825
686
63
77
90
103
1722
1504
1288
1073
102
112
121
129
2134
1868
1606
1347
130
137
143
148
2379
2083
1793
1507
148
152
156
160
17500
0
20
40
60
1307
1142
978
814
68
80
91
102
2028
1773
1520
1270
106
113
120
126
2531
2219
1911
1608
133
136
140
144
2787
2442
2102
1769
146
148
150
153
AHU 2000
20000
0
20
40
60
1537
1343
1151
960
66
79
93
105
2373
2076
1781
1489
106
115
124
132
2910
2550
2195
1845
134
140
146
151
3224
2824
2432
2048
151
155
159
162
AHU 2200
22500
0
20
40
60
1699
1485
1273
1063
69
80
92
103
2639
2307
1908
1657
108
114
118
127
3270
2868
2472
2081
134
137
141
145
3601
3156
2718
2289
147
149
151
153
AHU 2500
25000
0
20
40
60
1857
1623
1388
1153
64
77
91
103
2887
2522
2160
1800
103
112
121
129
3573
3128
2689
2256
131
138
143
149
3979
3484
2998
2521
148
153
157
160
30000
0
20
40
60
2213
1931
1651
1372
63
77
90
103
3444
3008
2576
2147
102
112
121
129
4268
3736
3212
2695
130
137
143
148
4759
4167
3586
3015
148
152
156
160
AHU 3500
35000
0
20
40
60
2614
2284
1956
1628
68
80
91
102
4056
3546
3040
2540
106
113
120
126
5062
4438
3822
3216
133
136
140
144
5574
4884
4204
3538
146
148
150
153
AHU 4000
40000
0
20
40
60
3074
2687
2302
1920
66
79
93
105
4746
4152
3562
2978
106
115
124
132
5821
5101
4391
3690
134
140
146
151
6448
5649
4865
4090
151
155
159
162
AHU 4500
45000
0
20
40
60
3398
2970
2546
2126
69
80
92
103
5278
4614
3816
3314
108
114
118
127
6540
5736
4944
4162
134
137
141
145
7202
6312
5436
4378
147
149
151
153
AHU 700
AHU 1700
AHU 3000
Note:
•
•
Hot water Entering: 180˚F & Leaving: 160˚F
EDB = Entering air dry bulb Temperature.
•
•
LVG = Leaving air Temperature.
MBH = 1000 Btu/hr.
143
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Table 8
Nominal
Model
CFM
1 Rows
EDB
(°F)
2 Rows
Capacity
LVG DB
Capacity
LVG DB
(MBH)
(°F)
(MBH)
(°F)
184
168
153
136
67.8
82
9634
110.0
326
297
270
240
120.2
129.5
139.5
148.3
AHU 250
2500
0
20
40
60
AHU 350
3500
0
20
40
60
274
250
227
202
72.2
85.8
99.8
113.0
295
452
410
365
130.3
139
147.9
155.9
AHU 500
5000
0
20
40
60
366
334
303
270
67.5
81.5
95.8
109.6
665
606
551
490
122.5
131.7
141.5
150.1
7000
0
20
40
60
509
464
421
375
67
81
95.4
109.2
923
842
756
680
121.5
130.8
139.5
149.3
AHU 1000
10000
0
20
40
60
726
662
601
535
66.9
81
95.4
109.4
1331
1213
1102
980
122.6
131.8
141.5
150.1
AHU 1200
12500
0
20
40
60
907
826
751
668
66.8
80.9
95.4
109.2
1663
1516
1378
1225
122.5
131.7
141.6
150.3
AHU 1500
1500
0
20
40
60
1093
996
905
805
67.2
81.2
95.6
109.3
1996
1819
1654
1470
122.6
131.7
141.6
150.1
17500
0
20
40
60
1282
1168
1062
944
67
81
96
109
2332
2126
1932
1718
122.9
132.1
141.8
150.5
AHU 2000
20000
0
20
40
60
1470
1340
1218
1083
67.7
81.7
96.1
109.9
2668
2433
2210
1965
122.9
132.1
141.8
150.5
AHU 2200
22500
0
20
40
60
1562
1497
1657
1473
64
81
107
120
2997
2733
2483
2208
122
132
141
150
AHU 2500
25000
0
20
40
60
1814
1654
1503
1336
66.8
80.9
95.4
109.2
3327
3033
2756
2450
122.6
131.8
141.6
150.3
30000
0
20
40
60
2186
1993
1811
1610
67.1
81.2
95.6
109.2
3992
3639
3307
2940
122.6
131.8
141.6
150.1
AHU 3500
35000
0
20
40
60
2564
2336
6796
1888
67
81
96
109
4664
4252
3864
3436
122.9
132.1
141.8
150.5
AHU 4000
Note:
40000
0
20
40
60
2941
2681
2436
2166
67.7
81.7
96.1
109.9
5337
4865
4421
3930
123
132
141.8
152.5
AHU 4500
45000
0
20
40
60
3124
2994
3314
2946
64
81
107
120
5994
5466
4966
4416
122
132
141
150
AHU 700
AHU 1700
AHU 3000
•
•
Values ratings based on steam of pressure 5PSIG.
EDB = Entering air dry bulb temperature.
144
•
1000 BTU/hr.
D.X Coil Rating (14 FPI)
Table 9
Nominal
CFM
Model
EDB
(°F)
(°F)
Total
Sensible
(MBH)
2500
AHU 250
3500
AHU 350
5000
AHU 500
7000
AHU 700
10000
AHU 1000
12500
AHU 1200
1500
AHU 1500
17500
AHU 1700
20000
AHU 2000
22500
AHU 2200
25000
AHU 2500
30000
AHU 3000
35000
AHU 3500
40000
AHU 4000
AHU 4500
45000
•
•
67
6 Rows
LVG
LVG
Total
Sensible
(MBH)
(°F)
(°F)
(MBH)
89
62
57
55
118
Load
80
Note:
4 Rows
EWB
Load
DB
WB
Load
LVG
LVG
(MBH)
(°F)
(°F)
78
51
Load
DB
WB
50
90
71
102
79
61
58
137
99
54
52
100
75
117
96
65
60
157
119
56
55
80
67
123
86
57
55
163
109
51
50
90
71
147
112
60
57
196
140
53
52
55
100
75
162
134
65
61
217
166
57
80
67
178
125
57
55
237
157
51
50
90
71
205
159
61
58
274
198
54
52
100
75
235
193
65
60
315
239
56
55
80
67
250
175
57
55
332
221
51
50
90
71
288
223
61
58
384
277
54
52
100
75
329
270
65
60
441
334
56
55
80
67
354
249
57
55
471
314
51
50
90
71
408
317
61
58
545
395
54
52
100
75
467
384
65
61
626
476
56
55
80
67
434
307
57
55
578
387
51
50
90
71
500
391
61
58
668
488
54
53
55
100
75
572
474
65
61
767
588
57
80
67
513
365
57
55
684
460
52
51
90
71
591
465
61
58
791
580
54
53
100
75
676
564
65
61
908
700
57
55
602
53
51
737
55
54
80
67
583
477
59
57
813
90
71
666
588
63
60
929
100
75
726
700
67
64
1069
872
59
67
80
67
718
503
57
55
953
634
51
50
90
71
827
639
61
57
1103
797
53
52
100
75
946
774
65
60
1267
960
56
54
80
67
756
616
54
53
1054
718
52
51
90
71
864
760
61
60
1204
951
56
55
100
75
962
839
66
64
1385
1027
58
57
80
67
868
615
57
55
1156
775
51
50
90
71
1000
782
61
58
1337
976
54
53
100
75
1144
949
65
61
1535
1177
57
55
921
52
51
1160
54
53
80
67
1027
730
57
55
1369
90
71
1182
930
61
58
1583
100
75
1352
1129
65
61
1817
1400
57
55
80
67
1166
953
59
57
1326
1204
53
51
54
57
90
71
1332
1176
63
60
1858
1474
55
100
75
1452
1400
67
64
2138
1744
59
80
67
1436
1007
57
55
1907
1268
51
50
90
71
1655
1278
61
57
2207
1594
53
52
100
75
1893
1549
65
60
2534
1920
56
54
80
67
1512
1232
54
53
2108
1436
52
51
90
71
1728
1520
61
60
2408
1902
56
55
100
75
1924
1678
66
64
2770
2054
58
57
Values based in entering chilled water
temperature of 45˚F
EDB = Entering air dry bulb temperature
•
•
•
EWB = Entering air wet bulb temperature
LVG = Leaving air temperature
MBH = 1000 BTU / hr.
145
Hot Water Rating , Multi Zone
Table 10
Nominal
CFM
Model
1 Rows
EDB
(°F)
<- 8 FPI ->
2 Rows
3 Rows
<- 14 FPI ->
4 Rows
Capacity
LVG DB
Capacity
LVG DB
Capacity
LVG DB
Capacity
LVG DB
(MBH)
(°F)
(MBH)
(°F)
(MBH)
(°F)
(MBH)
(°F)
110
95
80
66
36
53
69
84
188
163
138
113
64
78
90
103
155
134
113
93
53
67
81
95
249
216
182
150
88
98
108
117
AHU 250
2500
0
20
40
60
AHU 350
3500
0
20
40
60
159
138
116
95
38
54
70
85
270
235
199
164
66
80
92
104
225
194
164
134
54
69
82
96
357
309
262
215
90
100
110
119
AHU 500
5000
0
20
40
60
238
205
175
145
39
55
71
87
402
350
299
249
69
82
95
107
335
292
248
205
57
71
85
98
532
463
395
327
94
104
114
123
7000
0
20
40
60
328
286
243
201
39
55
71
86
560
487
417
345
69
82
94
106
465
405
345
285
56
71
85
98
740
644
549
455
93
104
113
122
AHU 1000
10000
0
20
40
60
478
417
357
297
40
56
72
87
813
711
609
508
70
83
96
108
680
593
507
421
58
72
86
99
1080
942
808
672
96
106
116
124
AHU 1200
12500
0
20
40
60
602
527
450
375
40
56
72
88
1023
895
768
640
71
84
96
108
857
748
639
531
58
73
86
100
1357
1185
1015
846
96
106
116
125
AHU 1500
1500
0
20
40
60
706
617
528
439
39
55
71
87
1204
1055
902
753
69
83
95
107
1007
878
750
624
57
72
85
99
1603
1400
1198
998
94
105
115
124
17500
0
20
40
60
837
732
628
523
44
58
73
87
1425
1248
1070
892
75
85
96
107
1193
1043
892
744
62
75
88
99
1896
1657
1420
1185
100
107
114
122
AHU 2000
20000
0
20
40
60
968
847
728
607
40
57
72
88
1647
1442
1239
1032
71
84
97
109
1380
1209
1035
864
59
73
87
100
2189
1915
1642
1373
97
107
117
126
AHU 2200
22500
0
20
40
60
1086
950
814
678
44
59
73
84
1846
1616
1387
1156
75
86
96
107
1547
1352
1156
963
63
75
87
99
2451
2142
1836
1532
88
107
115
122
AHU 2500
25000
0
20
40
60
1204
1054
900
750
40
56
72
88
2046
1790
1536
1280
71
84
96
108
1714
1496
1278
1062
58
73
86
100
2714
2370
2030
1692
96
106
116
125
30000
0
20
40
60
1412
1234
1056
878
39
55
71
87
2408
2110
1804
1506
69
83
95
107
2014
1756
1500
1248
57
72
85
99
3206
2800
2396
1996
94
105
115
124
AHU 3500
35000
0
20
40
60
1674
1464
1256
1046
44
58
73
87
2850
2496
2140
1784
75
85
96
107
2386
2086
1784
1488
62
75
88
99
3792
3314
2840
2370
100
107
114
122
AHU 4000
40000
0
20
40
60
1936
1694
1456
1214
40
57
72
88
3294
2884
2478
2064
71
84
97
109
2760
2418
2070
1728
59
73
87
100
4378
3830
3284
2746
97
107
117
126
AHU 4500
45000
0
20
40
60
2172
1900
1628
1356
44
59
73
84
3692
3232
2774
2312
75
86
96
107
3094
2704
2312
1926
63
75
87
99
4902
4284
3674
3064
88
107
115
122
AHU 700
AHU 1700
AHU 3000
Note:
146
•
•
Hot water Entering: 180˚F & Leaving: 160˚F
EDB = Entering air dry bulb Temperature.
•
•
LVG = Leaving air Temperature.
MBH = 1000 Btu/hr.
Steam Heating Ratings , Multi Zone
Table 11
Nominal
CFM
Model
1 Rows
EDB
(°F)
2 Rows
Capacity
LVG DB
Capacity
LVG DB
(MBH)
(°F)
(MBH)
(°F)
165
151
137
122
61
75.7
90.7
105.1
293
267
243
216
108.1
118.5
129.5
139.6
AHU 250
2500
0
20
40
60
AHU 350
3500
0
20
40
60
246
225
204
181
65
79.5
93.7
107.8
445
406
369
328
117.3
127.1
137.1
146.5
AHU 500
5000
0
20
40
60
329
300
272
243
60.7
75.4
90.2
104.8
598
545
495
441
110.3
120.5
131.4
141.2
7000
0
20
40
60
458
417
378
337
60.3
74.9
89.8
104.4
830
757
680
612
109.3
119.7
129.5
140.5
AHU 1000
10000
0
20
40
60
653
595
540
481
60.2
74.9
89.8
104.3
1197
1091
991
882
110.4
120.6
131.4
141.3
AHU 1200
12500
0
20
40
60
816
743
675
601
60.1
74.8
89.8
104.3
1496
1364
1240
1102
110.3
120.6
131..4
141.3
AHU 1500
1500
0
20
40
60
983
896
814
724
60.4
75
90
104.5
1796
1637
1488
1323
110.3
120.5
131.4
141.3
17500
0
20
40
60
1153
1051
955
849
60
75
90
104
2099
1913
1739
1546
110
120
131
141
AHU 2000
20000
0
20
40
60
1323
1206
1096
974
60.9
75.5
90.5
104.9
2401
2189
1989
1768
110.6
120.9
131.6
141.4
AHU 2200
22500
0
20
40
60
1478
1347
1224
1088
60
75
90
104
2698
2459
2235
1987
110
120
131
141
AHU 2500
25000
0
20
40
60
1632
1488
1352
1202
60.1
74.8
89.8
104.3
2994
2729
2480
2205
110.3
120.6
131.4
141.3
30000
0
20
40
60
1967
1793
1629
1449
60.5
75.1
90
104.5
3592
3275
2976
2646
110.3
120.6
131.4
141.3
AHU 3500
35000
0
20
40
60
2306
2102
1910
1698
60
75
90
104
4198
3826
3478
3092
110
120
131
141
AHU 4000
40000
0
20
40
60
2646
2412
2192
1949
60.9
75.5
90.5
104.9
4803
4378
3978
3537
110.6
120.8
131.6
141.5
AHU 4500
45000
0
20
40
60
2956
2694
2448
2176
60..9
75.5
90.5
104.9
5396
4918
4470
3974
110.6
120.8
131.6
141.5
AHU 700
AHU 1700
AHU 3000
Note:
•
Values ratings based on steam of
pressure 5PSIG.
•
•
EDB = Entering air dry bulb temperature.
MBH = 1000 BTU /hr.
147
Table 12
Dimensions Coils & Filters
Nominal
Model
CFM
Filters Face Area
Coils
No of coil
×
No of circuits
Face
HGT
mm
Face
LGT
mm
Face
Area
ft²
Flat
Type
ft²
V
Type
ft²
Z
Type
ft²
W
Type
ft²
2500
1 × 16
600
790
5
5
8.5
10
12
AHU 350
3500
1 × 22
825
790
7.5
7.5
12
14
18
AHU 500
5000
1 × 20
750
1240
10
10
17
20
25
AHU 700
7000
1 × 28
1050
1240
14
14
23
27
34
AHU 1000
10000
1 × 28
1050
1740
20
20
33
39
50
AHU 1200
12500
2 × 18
1350
1740
AHU 1500
15000
2 × 21
1575
1740
30
30
50
60
75
AHU 1700
17500
2 × 22
1650
1990
AHU 2000
20000
2 × 22
1650
2240
45
45
73
87
117
AHU 2200
22500
2 × 23
1725
2390
AHU 2500
25000
4 × 18
1350
2 × 1740
50
50
65
85
114
AHU 3000
30000
4 × 21
1575
2 × 1740
60
60
75
98
133
AHU 3500
35000
4 × 22
1650
2 × 1990
AHU 4000
40000
4 × 22
1650
2 × 2240
80
80
100
130
176
AHU 4500
45000
4 × 23
1725
2 × 2390
AHU 250
W-Z-V TYPE FILTERS
Dampers Dimension
Table 13
Model
A
B
BB
H
W
AHU 250
700
200
400
820
1000
AHU 350
800
200
400
920
1100
AHU 500
1000
300
300
1120
1500
AHU 700
1200
400
800
1320
1500
AHU 1000
1300
400
800
1400
2000
AHU 1200
1300
400
800
1600
2000
AHU 1500
1700
500
1000
1900
2000
AHU 1700
1800
500
1000
1900
2250
AHU 2000
2000
500
1000
1980
2400
AHU 2200
2000
500
1000
2180
2400
AHU 2500
2 x 1250
400
800
1780
3200
AHU 3000
2 x 1700
500
1000
1780
4000
AHU 3500
2 x 180
500
1000
1880
4200
AHU 4000
2 x 1900
500
1000
2000
4500
AHU 4500
2 x 2000
500
1000
2100
5000
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FLAT TYPE FILTERS
BB is according to 50% fresh air & 50% return air
If 100% fresh air & 100% return air is required,
dampers size will be according to BB
Water Pressure Reduction in Tubes
(Feet Water)
Table 1
Model
Water Velocity Feet Per Sec. 1 Row
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
5
6
7
8
AHU 250, 350
0.11
0.29
0.53
0.8
1.13
1.44
1.82
2.22
3.04
4
4.95
6.06
AHU 500, 700
1.35
1.75
2.2
2.7
3.7
4.75
5.9
7.3
0.14
0.36
0.65
0.95
AHU 1000, 1200, 1500, 2500, 3000
0.16
0.42
0.75
1.02
1.6
2.08
2.62
3.16
4.38
5.73
7.17
8.85
AHU 1700, 3500
0.17
0.45
0.8
1.2
1.7
2.25
2.8
3.4
4.7
6.2
7.7
9.25
AHU 2000, 4000
0.2
0.49
0.88
1.3
1.85
2.43
3.03
3.67
5.1
6.68
8.36
10.32
AHU 2200, 4500
0.18
0.5
0.9
1.35
1.9
2.5
3.15
3.8
5.3
6.9
8.7
10.7
Cont. Table 1
Model
Water Velocity Feet Per Sec. 2 Row
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
5
6
7
8
AHU 250, 350
0.13
0.34
0.62
0.92
1.31
1.7
2.14
2.61
3.58
4.68
5.82
7.12
AHU 500, 700
0.15
0.41
0.75
1.1
1.56
2.04
2.55
3.12
4.3
5.57
6.9
8.54
AHU 1000, 1200, 1500, 2500, 3000
0.18
0.49
0.88
1.29
1.85
2.4
2.95
3.66
5.13
6.7
8.38
10.35
AHU 1700, 3500
0.2
0.53
0.95
1.42
2.01
2.63
3.3
4
5.55
7.25
9.5
11.2
AHU 2000, 4000
0.21
0.57
1.02
1.51
2.05
2.83
3.54
4.28
5.97
7.81
9.78
12.07
AHU 2200, 4500
0.21
0.58
1.05
1.56
2.25
2.95
3.7
4.45
6.2
8.81
10.2
12.06
Cont. Table 1
Model
AHU 250, 350
Water Velocity Feet Per Sec. 3 Row
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
5
6
7
8
0.17
0.45
0.82
1.23
1.74
2.26
2.86
3.52
4.82
6.3
7.85
9.66
AHU 500, 700
0.21
0.55
1
1.48
2.13
2.8
3.48
4.3
5.9
7.7
9.65
11.95
AHU 1000, 1200, 1500, 2500, 3000
0.24
0.67
1.16
1.8
2.54
3.33
4.21
5.15
7.15
9.37
11.7
14.15
AHU 1700, 3500
0.26
0.73
1.3
1.95
2.75
3.6
4.55
5.6
7.8
10.2
12.7
15.75
AHU 2000, 4000
0.28
0.79
1.4
2.07
2.98
3.9
4.93
6.05
8.4
11.05
13.8
16.7
AHU 2200, 4500
0.29
0.85
1.45
2.15
3.1
4.1
5.15
6.3
8.75
11.5
14.4
17.85
Cont. Table 1
Model
Water Velocity Feet Per Sec. 4 Row
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
5
6
7
8
AHU 250, 350
0.21
0.56
1.02
1.51
2.17
2.83
3.57
4.42
6.05
7.9
9.92
12.2
AHU 500, 700
0.26
0.7
1.25
1.87
2.7
3.5
4.4
5.45
7.45
9.8
12.25
15.2
AHU 1000, 1200, 1500, 2500, 3000
0.29
0.85
1.51
2.23
3.21
4.22
5.36
6.6
9.15
12
15
18.63
AHU 1700, 3500
0.32
0.93
1.65
2.45
3.5
4.6
5.8
7.2
10
13.1
16.4
20.3
AHU 2000, 4000
0.35
1.01
1.78
2.62
3.81
4.98
6.32
7.76
10.83
14.24
17.83
22.09
AHU 2200, 4500
0.36
1.06
1.85
2.72
3.96
5.22
6.6
8.1
11.3
14.85
18.6
23.1
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Water Pressure Drop in Tubes
(Feet Water)
Table 1
Model
Water Velocity Feet Per Sec. 6 Row
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
5
6
7
8
AHU 250, 350
0.29
0.8
1.44
2.13
3.08
4.03
5.05
6.2
8.54
11.28
14.07
17.35
AHU 500, 700
0.36
0.98
1.8
2.65
3.83
5
6.3
7.77
10.7
14.14
17.78
21.93
AHU 1000, 1200, 1500, 2500, 3000
0.43
1.18
2.19
3.2
4.7
6.11
7.73
8.8
13.21
17.4
22.9
27.04
AHU 1700, 3500
0.48
1.3
2.4
3.5
5.1
7.65
8.4
10.35
14.4
19
24
30
AHU 2000, 4000
0.52
1.39
2.56
3.78
5.53
7.25
9.15
11.26
15.66
20.7
26.11
32.2
AHU 2200, 4500
0.54
1.45
2.7
3.95
5.8
7.6
9.65
11.8
16.5
21.7
27.44
33.75
Cont. Table 1
Model
Water Velocity Feet Per Sec. 8 Row
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
5
6
7
8
AHU 250, 350
0.38
1.04
1.86
2.73
3.97
5.23
6.53
7.98
11.03
14.65
18.22
22.5
AHU 500, 700
0.46
1.23
2.28
3.41
4.98
6.57
8.22
10.1
13.96
18.48
23.05
28.6
AHU 1000, 1200, 1500, 2500, 3000
0.57
1.51
2.82
4.18
6.1
8
10.1
12.4
17.37
22.81
28.85
35.4
AHU 1700, 3500
0.64
1.64
3.1
4.55
6.65
8.7
11
13.55
18.9
24.9
31.5
38.8
AHU 2000, 4000
0.69
1.78
3.35
4.95
7.25
9.52
12
14.76
20.5
27.16
34.4
42.31
AHU 2200, 4500
0.71
1.85
3.5
5.2
7.65
10
12.7
15.5
21.6
28.6
36.3
44.4
Coil Water Side Pressure Drop Correction Factor Temperature Gradient
Cont. Table 1
Average Water Temperature � F
40
50
60
80
100
120
140
150
160
180
200
220
Correction Factor
1.04
1
0.96
0.9
0.86
0.83
0.8
0.78
0.77
0.76
0.74
0.73
-Actual water side PD = PD (Table 5) × CF (Table 5 cont.)
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Connection Size
Chilled & Hot water & Steam coil Connection
Table 15
Hot Water
Chilled Water
Steam
Supply
Model
Condenser
4 Rows
6 Rows
8 Rows
1 Rows
2 Rows
3 Rows
4 Rows
1 Rows
2 Rows
1 Rows
2 Rows
AHU 250
1 ¼"
1 ½"
1 ½"
1"
1"
1 ¼"
1 ¼"
1 ½"
1 ½"
1 ¼"
1 ¼"
AHU 350
1 ½"
2"
2"
1 ¼"
1 ¼"
1 ½"
1 ½"
1 ½"
1 ½"
1 ¼"
1 ¼"
AHU 500
1 ½"
2"
2"
1 ¼"
1 ¼"
1 ½"
1 ½"
2"
2"
1 ½"
1 ½"
AHU 700
2"
2"
2 ½"
1 ½"
1 ½"
2"
2"
2"
2"
1 ½"
1 ½"
AHU 1000
2"
2 ½"
2 ½"
1 ½"
1 ½"
2"
2"
2"
2"
1 ½"
1 ½"
AHU 1200
2*2"
2*2 "
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2"
2*2"
2*2"
2*2"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
AHU 1500
2*2"
2*2 "
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2"
2*2"
2*2"
2*2"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
AHU 1700
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2"
2*2 ½"
2*2"
2*2"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
AHU 2000
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2"
2*2 ½"
2*2"
2*2"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
AHU 2200
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
2*2"
2*2 ½"
2*2"
2*2"
2*2 ½"
2*2 ½"
AHU 2500
4*2"
4*2 "
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2"
4*2"
4*2"
4*2"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
AHU 3000
4*2"
4*2 "
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2"
4*2"
4*2"
4*2"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
AHU 3500
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2"
4*2 ½"
4*2"
4*2"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
AHU 4000
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2"
4*2 ½"
4*2"
4*2"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
AHU 4500
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
4*2"
4*2 ½"
4*2"
4*2"
4*2 ½"
4*2 ½"
POSITIVE PRESSURE TRAPPING
K = MIN. ½”
H = ½” PLUS MAXIMUM
TOTAL STATIC PRESSURE
NEGATIVE PRESSURE TRAPPING
Drain Pan Trapping
K = (1” FOR EACH 1” OF MAXIMUM
NEGATIVE STATIC PRESSURE)
J = HALF OF H
L = H + J + PIPE DIAMETER + INSULATION
* Right Handed Connection Are Shown
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Coil Connection Details
STEAM MAIN
CONDENSER
CONTROL VALVE
PRESSURE GAGE
STEAM COIL
SHUT OFF VALVE
STEAM TEMP
UNION
Suggested Coil Connection Details for Steam Coils
HWR / CHWR
HWS / CHWS
BALANCING VALVE
REDUCER
THERMO METER
VENT
HEATING / COOLING COIL
STMINER
DIRECT POCKET
UNION
TO DRAIN
Suggested Coil Connection Details for Heating and Cooling Coils
152
Connection Size
Air Filter Pressure Drop (in.w.g)
Table 16
Face Velocity FPM
Filters
Cleanable
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
800
0.037
0.050
0.065
0.081
0.099
0.120
0.156
0.182
0.235
0.325
600
700
800
Dry
Dry
Coil Face Velocity
Table 17
Fin Per Inch
Face Velocity FPM
Rows
Deep
8
300
Dry
1
0.05
2
400
500
Wet
Dry
Wet
Dry
Wet
Dry
0.07
0.07
0.1
0.10
0.14
0.14
0.19
0.22
0.09
0.14
0.15
0.2
0.22
0.29
0.3
0.39
0.48
3
0.11
0.2
0.16
0.31
0.28
0.44
0.39
0.5
0.62
4
0.15
0.25
0.24
0.4
0.35
0.58
0.48
0.61
0.77
6
0.24
0.39
0.34
0.61
0.52
0.85
0.71
0.92
1.15
8
0.30
0.5
0.47
0.82
0.71
1.05
0.95
1.18
1.46
Cont. Table 17
PD Correction Factor
Coil Fpi
8
10
12
14
1
1.16
1.32
1.45
Note:
In order to determine air-side coil pressure drop for cases where the number of fins per inch are greater than 8 Fpi,
multiply the values by the corresponding correction factor given in the table above.
AIR SIDE PRESSURE REDUCTION ACCESSORIES (IN.W.G)
(At 500 FPM Velocity)
Table 18
Class 4
Class 6,8
Face &
By pass
0.03
0.22
0.4
0.21
0.04
0.25
0.45
0.25
Model
Diffuser
250 -1200
1500 - 4500
Air Washer
Damper
0.05
Mixing Box
Electrical
without Filter
Heater
Eliminator
Back Draft Damper
0.06
0.02
0.1
0.2
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Velocity Correction Factor
Table 19
Coil Face Velocity
350
400
450
500
550
600
700
800
Cooling Coil
0.8
0.88
0.94
1.0
1.05
1.11
1.19
1.28
Heating Coil
0.86
0.92
0.96
1.0
1.03
1.06
1.11
1.15
Velocity Correction Factor
Table 20
Fin Per Inch
No. Of Rows
Note:
8
10
12
4
1
1.1
1.19
6
1
1.08
1.15
8
1
1.06
1.1
In order to determine capacity of coils with 10 or 12 Fpi, multiply the capacity Relative to 8 Fpi by
the corresponding correction factor given in the table 16.
Correction Factor For Ethylene Glycol Mixture
Table 21
Mixture (by Weight)
Freezing Point
Correction Factor
For Cooling
Water
Ethylene Glycol
100
0
0
1
90
10
-4
1.02
85
15
-6.1
1.03
80
20
-9
1.05
75
25
-12
1.07
70
30
45.6
1.09
65
35
49.4
1.11
60
40
-24
1.14
55
45
29.4
1.17
50
50
36.1
1.2
45
55
-45
1.23
Flow Rate = GPM * Correction Factor (Table 18)
Table 22
Steam Correction Factor
Pressure PSIG
2
5
10
15
20
30
40
50
60
Correction Factor
0.95
1
1.07
1.14
1.19
1.28
1.35
1.42
1.48
Table 23
Hot Water Correction Factor
Entering Water Temperature �F
160
180
200
220
Correction Factor
0.75
1
1.25
1.5
Table 24
Chilled Water Correction Factor
Entering Water Temperature �F
42
44
45
46
Correction Factor
1.09
1.04
1
0.97
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PRE - FILTERS
1. Aluminum Washable
High capacity, low resistance, permanent metal filters,
which can be Cleaned in hot water with detergent.
They can be used for air cleanliness Required 65-70%
arrestance or as an economical alternate to disposable
Type pre filter of high efficiency filter.
EU Class
2
Arrestance (%)
65-80
2. Panel Filter (Disposable)
Heavy duty disposable panel filters giving primary
protection to the Conditioned space or protect more
expensive secondary filters. They are available in
synthetic fiber pleated media consist of continuous
Filament fiber glass of progressive density.
EU Class
3
4
5
Arrestance (%)
80-90
90-95
-
Dust Spot Ef�cency (%)
20-25
25-40
40-60
3. Bag Filter
When high performance air filtration long service
life and high dust Holding capacity required in
air handling unit, then extended surface Pocket
filters are selected. Filters are available in various
efficiency depths, And number of pockets. Dust
holding capacity is maximized because dirt is Evenly
loaded throughout the entire depth of the filter.
EU Class
Dust Spot Ef�cency (%)
6
7
8
9
60-80
80-90
90-95
95-99
4. Hepa Filters
Hepa filter are used to remove airborne
biological contaminants in hospital Critical area.
Pharmaceutical processing industries as well as
to meet exact Requirements of the laboratories
and precision manufacturing and micro Electronic
industries. Filters are available in 99.97 or 99.99 %
efficiency With plywood or galvanized steel casing.
Hepa filters are installed on specially Designed knife
edge type seal framing system with pressure tight
lock to Prevent air by pass.
EU Class
Dust Spot Ef�cency (%)
11
12
13
14
99.9-99.97
99.97-99.99
99.99-99.999
99.999-99.9995
155
Air Washer Features
Azar Nasim air washers are designed &
manufactured in three basic classes.
An access door with glass inspection window
is available on all models.
Class 4:
A compact & economical single spray
nozzle bank air washer specially designed
for effective humidifying and air washing
purposes.
Make up water connection & an automatic
float valve which controls the water level in
the basin are Provided.
Class 6:
A single spray nozzle bank unit for medium
capacity applications, the ideal air washer for
most types evaporative Cooling & air washing
tasks.
Class 8:
Highly efficient heavy duty units with two
spray nozzle banks used whenever the
utmost in heat transfer humidification or air
cleaning is required.
Casings and water basins are made of
galvanized steel sheets. Basins are 300 mm
deep for classes 4 & 6, 400 mm deep for
class 8.
Moisture eliminators installed side by side in
close proximity of each other preventing the
water droplets From entering the fan section.
They also present a large surface area
against which water droplets & dust Particles
first impinge before ending up in the basin.
Centrifugal spray nozzles, contain no cores,
vanes of obstructions of any kind and all
inside surface are Smooth. Nozzles have
removable caps which can be taken off for
cleaning purposes.
Brass flooding nozzles are installed on
separate headers extending across the air
washer. They deliver a Solid flat stream of
water on to the eliminator surface in order to
wash off the dust particles & deposits.
156
Quick fill connection to which the fresh water
supply may be connected is furnished for
rapid filling of the Basin.
Evaporative Cooling Efficiency (E) / Class 4
Table A
Air Velocity
E
450
475
500
525
550
0.594
0.572
0.555
0.536
0.519
Evaporative Cooling Efficiency (E) / Class 6 & 8
Table B
P.F
0.50
0.55
0.60
0.65
0.70
0.75
0.80
0.85
0.90
0.95
1.0
E
0.60
0.64
0.68
0.72
0.76
0.80
0.84
0.88
0.92
0.95
1.0
Air Washer Performance Factors (P.F)
Table C
Model
P.F
250
500
350
700
1000
1200
C6
C8
C6
C8
C6
C8
C6
C8
C6
C8
C6
C8
0.525
0.815
0.525
0.815
0.548
0.821
0.548
0.821
0.548
0.821
0.548
0.821
Cont. Table C
Model
P.F
1500
1700
2000
2500
2200
3000
C6
C8
C6
C8
C6
C8
C6
C8
C6
C8
C6
C8
0.571
0.854
0.571
0.854
0.571
0.854
0.571
0.854
0.548
0.821
0.571
0.854
Cont. Table C
Model
P.F
3500
4000
4500
C6
C8
C6
C8
C6
C8
0.571
0.854
0.571
0.854
0.571
0.854
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Air Washer Selection Procedure
Given: Entering air DB temperature = 95 ˚F
Entering air WB temperature = 63 ˚F
Sensible cooling load = 85 MBH
Design air flow rate = 10000 CFM
Room DB temperature = 77 ˚F
Determine the required air washer model,
Q = 1.085 × CFM × (D.B Room, - D.B Lvg.)
D.B Lvg. = D.B Room =77-
85000
= 69.16 F
1.085x1000
Considering the required air flow rate in CFM
& the unit available nominal air flow rate, air
handling unit Model AHU 1000 is chosen.
Evaporative cooling efficiency (E) is determined as,
E = D.B. Ent - D.B. Lvg = 95 - 69.16 = 0.8
D.B. Ent - W.B. Ent 95-63
The coil face area for model 1000 is 20ft² therefore.
F.V = 10000 = 500 FPM
20
Considering the air velocity & the values in
table (A) the (E) value for Class 4 air washer is
equal to 0.555 Which is less than the calculated
value therefore Class 4 air washer dose not
fulfill the requirement. In This case since the
(E) value is known, the (P.F) value from table
(B) is determined as being equal to 0.75 Now,
considering the unit model AHU 1000, the (P.F)
value & table (C) the (P.F) value for Class 6 air
Washer is less than the value calculated
therefore; Class 8 washer fulfills therequirement.
We also notice that the (P.F) value given is 0.821,
the actual (E) value is 0.856 (Table B) the Lvg. Air
DB temperature is given as.
DB Lvg = DB Ent E × (D.B Ent WB Ent) = 95
0.821 × (95 – 63) = 68.7 ˚F
Therefore, the actual air washer cooling capacity
is given as.
Q = 1.085 × CFM × (D.B Room DB Lvg) = 1.085 ×
10000 × (77 68.7) = 90055 BTU/hr. ~ 90 MBH
Entering the metric chart with the leaving air
DB & WB temperatures of 68.7 ˚F & 63 ˚F
Respectively, the relative humidity of the air is
determined to be 73%.
158
Note:
Abbreviations Ent & Lvg. notes air Entering &
Leaving air washer.
Air Washer Class 4
ELIMINATOR
1200 mm
W
FOLDING HEADER 1�
SPRAY BANK
H
350 mm
MAKE UP WATER (M)
DRAIN (D)
OVER FLOW (O)
SUCTION (S)
QUICK FILL (Q)
Engineering Data
Table 25
Nominal
Nozzle
Head
Pump
Head
11
55
7
15
5000
10
AHU 700
7000
AHU 1000
Model
CFM
Face
Area
ft²
GPM
AHU 250
2500
5
AHU 350
3500
AHU 500
Weight (Kg)
Connections (inch)
Dimensions (mm)
Net.
Oper.
W
H
D
O
S
H
M
Q
59
250
510
1000
1170
1
1
1½
1½
¾
¾
55
60
300
560
1100
1320
1
1
1½
1½
¾
¾
24
55
60
350
730
1500
1470
1
1
1½
1½
¾
¾
15
35
55
61
400
780
1500
1670
1
1
2
2
¾
¾
10000
20
44
55
62
500
1025
2000
1750
1
1
2
2
¾
¾
AHU 1200
12500
25
59
55
62
550
1075
2000
1950
1
1
2
2
¾
¾
AHU 1500
15000
30
63
55
63
600
1125
2000
2250
1
1
2½
3
¾
¾
AHU 1700
17500
35
70
55
64
650
1250
2250
2250
1
1
2½
3
¾
¾
AHU 2000
20000
40
79
55
64
700
1360
2400
2330
1
1
3
3
¾
¾
AHU 2200
22500
45
97
55
64
800
1550
2400
2530
1
1
3
3
¾
¾
AHU 2500
25000
50
119
55
62
1100
2150
3200
2130
2*1
2*1
2*2
2*2
¾
¾
AHU 3000
30000
60
126
55
63
1200
2250
4000
2130
2*1
2*1
2*2 ½
2*3
¾
¾
AHU 3500
35000
70
140
55
64
1300
2500
4200
2230
2*1
2*1
2*3
2*3
¾
¾
AHU 4000
40000
80
158
55
64
1400
2720
4500
2350
2*1
2*1
2*3
2*3
¾
¾
AHU 4500
45000
88
194
55
64
1600
3100
5000
2450
2*1
2*1
2*3
2*3
¾
¾
Note:
1.
2.
Nozzle head and pump head in feet of water.
Roughing in dimensions and specifications.
159
Air Washer Class 6
ELIMINATOR
1800 mm
W
FOLDING HEADER 1�
SPRAY BANK
H
400 mm
MAKE UP WATER (M)
DRAIN (D)
OVER FLOW (O)
SUCTION (S)
QUICK FILL (Q)
Engineering Data
Table 26
Nominal
Nozzle
Head
Pump
Head
15
55
7
22
5000
10
AHU 700
7000
AHU 1000
Model
CFM
Face
Area
ft²
GPM
AHU 250
2500
5
AHU 350
3500
AHU 500
Weight (Kg)
Connections (inch)
Dimensions (mm)
Net.
Oper.
W
H
D
O
S
H
M
Q
59
450
950
1000
1220
1
1
2
1½
¾
¾
55
60
500
1000
1100
1370
1
1
2
1½
¾
¾
35
55
60
550
1280
1500
1520
1
1
2
1½
¾
¾
15
46
55
61
600
1330
1500
1720
1
1
2
2
¾
1
10000
20
62
55
62
720
1700
2000
1800
1
1
2½
2
1
1
AHU 1200
12500
25
79
55
62
825
1800
2000
2000
1½
1½
3
2
1
1
AHU 1500
15000
30
95
55
63
900
1900
2000
2300
1½
1½
3
3
1
1
AHU 1700
17500
35
101
55
64
980
2100
2250
2300
1½
1½
3
3
1
1
AHU 2000
20000
40
119
55
64
1050
2300
2400
2380
1½
1½
2*2½
3
1
1
AHU 2200
22500
45
143
55
64
1200
2600
2400
2580
1½
1½
2*2½
3
1
1
AHU 2500
25000
50
158
55
62
1650
3600
3200
2180
2*1½ 2*1½
2*3
2*3
1
1
AHU 3000
30000
60
190
55
63
1800
3800
4000
2180
2*1½ 2*1½
2*3
2*3
1
1
AHU 3500
35000
70
202
55
64
1960
4200
4200
2280
2*1½ 2*1½
2*3
2*3
1
1
AHU 4000
40000
80
238
55
64
2100
4600
4500
2400
2*1½ 2*1½
2*3
2*3
1
1
AHU 4500
45000
88
286
55
64
2400
5200
5000
2500
2*1½ 2*1½
2*3
2*3
1
1
Note:
1.
2.
160
Nozzle head and pump head in feet of water.
Roughing in dimensions and specifications.
Air Washer Class 8
ELIMINATOR
2400 mm
W
FOLDING HEADER �
SPRAY BANK
H
400 mm
MAKE UP WATER (M)
DRAIN (D)
OVER FLOW (O)
SUCTION (S)
QUICK FILL (Q)
Engineering Data
Table 27
Nominal
Nozzle
Head
Pump
Head
22
55
7
30
5000
10
AHU 700
7000
AHU 1000
Model
CFM
Face
Area
ft²
GPM
AHU 250
2500
5
AHU 350
3500
AHU 500
Weight (Kg)
Connections (inch)
Dimensions (mm)
Net.
Oper.
W
H
D
O
S
H
M
Q
59
600
1500
1000
1220
2
2
2
2½
¾
¾
55
60
650
1550
1100
1370
2
2
2
2½
¾
¾
48
55
60
720
2050
1500
1520
2
2
2½
2½
¾
1
15
70
55
61
840
2150
1500
1720
2
2
2½
2*2
¾
1
10000
20
97
55
62
950
2750
2000
1800
2
2
3
2*2
1
1
AHU 1200
12500
25
119
55
62
1050
2850
2000
2000
2
2
3
2*3
1
1
AHU 1500
15000
30
127
55
63
1200
3000
2000
2300
2
2
4
2*3
1
1
AHU 1700
17500
35
143
55
64
1375
3400
2250
2300
2
2
4
2*3
1
1
AHU 2000
20000
40
158
55
64
1450
3750
2400
2380
2
2
4
2*3
1
1
AHU 2200
22500
45
191
55
64
1650
4300
2400
2580
2
2
4
2*3
1
1
AHU 2500
25000
50
238
55
62
2100
5700
3200
2180
2*2
2*2
2*3
4*3
1
1
AHU 3000
30000
60
254
55
63
2400
6000
4000
2180
2*2
2*2
2*4
4*3
1
1
AHU 3500
35000
70
286
55
64
2750
6800
4200
2280
2*2
2*2
2*4
4*3
1
1
AHU 4000
40000
80
316
55
64
2900
7500
4500
2400
2*2
2*2
2*4
4*3
1
1
AHU 4500
45000
88
382
55
64
3300
8600
5000
2500
2*2
2*2
2*4
4*3
1
1
Note:
1.
2.
Nozzle head and pump head in feet of water.
Roughing in dimensions and specifications.
161
Humidifiers
Spray Nozzle Humidifier
Electrical Pan Humidifier
Table 28
Table 28
Nominal
Model
CFM
Absorbed Moisture
�W5
�W10
Header
Model
Nominal
Absorbed Moisture
KW
Size
CFM
AHU 250
2500
8
15
1
AHU 250
2500
12
4
AHU 350
3500
12
22
1
AHU 350
3500
18
6
AHU 500
5000
16
31
1
AHU 500
5000
24
8
AHU 700
7000
23
44
1¼
AHU 700
7000
33
10
AHU 1000
10000
33
62
1¼
AHU 1000
10000
49
16
AHU 1200
12500
42
78
1¼
AHU 1250
12500
60
20
AHU 1500
1500
50
94
1¼
AHU 1500
1500
71
24
AHU 1700
17500
58
125
2
AHU 1750
17500
83
28
AHU 2000
20000
66
110
2
AHU 2000
20000
95
32
AHU 2200
22500
75
156
2*1 ¼
AHU 2250
22500
106
36
AHU 2500
25000
83
140
2*1 ¼
AHU 2500
25000
120
40
AHU 3000
30000
100
188
2*1 ¼
AHU 3000
30000
142
48
AHU 3500
35000
116
220
2*2
AHU 3500
35000
116
56
AHU 4000
40000
132
250
2*2
AHU 4000
40000
190
64
AHU 4500
45000
150
280
2*2
AHU 4500
45000
212
72
Note: •
•
Δ W: Moisture difference between air after & before humidifier (Grain / Lb.(of dry air))
Drain size = 0.5 inch
Table 29
Nominal
Model
CFM
Steam Capacity (Lb. /hr.)
�W10
�W10
�W10
�W10
�W10
�W10
32
46
64
97
129
AHU 250
2500
13
AHU 350
3500
18
45
64
89
135
180
AHU 500
5000
26
64
92
127
193
257
AHU 700
7000
36
89
128
178
271
361
AHU 1000
10000
52
128
183
255
387
515
AHU 1200
12500
65
160
230
318
481
645
AHU 1500
1500
79
192
275
382
581
773
AHU 1700
17500
92
223
320
445
677
900
AHU 2000
20000
105
256
367
510
775
1030
AHU 2200
22500
118
288
412
573
870
1158
AHU 2500
25000
130
320
460
636
962
1290
AHU 3000
30000
158
384
550
764
1162
1546
AHU 3500
35000
184
246
640
890
1354
1800
AHU 4000
40000
210
512
734
1020
1550
2060
AHU 4500
45000
236
576
824
1146
1740
2316
Note: •
•
162
Δ W: Moisture difference between air after & before humidifier (Grain / Lb.(of dry air))
Steam humidifier rating at 5 PSI pressure.
Service Area Requirements
Single Zone Horizontal
Air Washer
60
60
B
C
100
100
A
B
Dampers Dimension
Table 30
AHU
AHU
AHU
AHU
700
1000
1200
1500
1700
AHU
AHU
AHU
AHU
AHU
AHU
AHU
AHU
A
70
70
80
80
100
100
100
100
120
120
210
210
235
260
275
B
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
120
120
210
210
235
260
275
C
110
110
160
160
210
210
210
210
260
275
210
210
235
260
275
Model
250
350
500
AHU
AHU
AHU
2000
2200
2500
3000
3500
4000
4500
Multi - Zone
100
B
100
A
Dampers Dimension
Table 31
AHU
AHU
AHU
AHU
700
1000
1200
1500
1700
AHU
AHU
AHU
AHU
AHU
AHU
AHU
AHU
A
70
70
80
80
100
100
100
100
120
120
210
210
235
260
275
B
110
110
160
160
210
210
210
210
260
275
210
210
235
260
275
Pos
Model
250
350
500
AHU
AHU
AHU
2000
2200
2500
3000
3500
4000
4500
Note:
•
All Dimensions in mm
163
Enthalpy / Altitude
Table 32
Air Wet Bulb
Temp.°F
Altitude (ft.)
1
1111
35
13.0
13.2
36
13.4
13.5
5111
3111
4111
13.3
13.5
13.7
13.9
13.8
14.0
14.2
14.5
2111
Enthalpy (BTU / Lb.)
37
13.9
14.0
14.3
14.4
14.7
14.8
38
14.2
14.5
14.7
15.0
15.1
15.3
39
14.8
15.0
15.2
15.4
15.6
15.9
40
15.2
15.4
15.7
15.9
16.2
16.4
41
15.7
15.9
16.1
16.4
16.6
16.8
42
16.2
16.4
16.6
16.9
17.2
17.4
43
16.6
16.9
17.1
17.4
17.6
18.0
44
17.2
17.4
17.6
17.9
18.2
18.5
45
17.7
17.9
18.2
18.4
18.7
19.0
46
18.2
18.4
18.7
19.0
19.3
19.6
47
18.7
18.9
19.3
19.5
19.8
20.2
48
19.2
19.5
19.8
20.0
20.4
20.8
49
19.7
20.0
20.4
20.6
21.0
21.3
50
20.3
20.6
20.9
21.2
21.6
22.3
51
20.9
21.2
21.5
21.8
22.2
22.6
52
21.4
21.7
22.1
22.5
22.8
23.2
53
22.0
22.4
22.7
23.1
23.5
24.0
54
22.6
23.0
23.4
23.8
24.1
24.6
25.3
55
23.2
23.6
24.0
24.4
24.8
56
23.8
24.2
24.6
25.0
25.5
25.9
57
24.4
24.8
25.3
25.8
26.2
26.7
58
25.2
25.5
25.9
26.4
26.9
27.4
59
25.8
26.2
26.7
27.2
27.6
28.2
60
26.5
26.9
27.4
27.8
28.4
28.9
61
27.2
27.6
28.1
28.6
29.2
29.7
62
27.9
28.3
28.9
29.4
29.9
30.5
63
28.5
29.0
29.6
30.2
30.7
31.4
64
29.3
29.8
30.3
31.0
31.6
32.2
65
30.1
30.6
31.2
31.7
32.3
33.0
66
30.8
31.4
32.0
32.6
33.3
33.9
67
31.6
32.2
32.8
33.5
34.1
34.8
68
32.4
33.0
33.7
34.3
35.0
35.8
69
33.2
33.9
34.5
35.3
35.9
36.7
70
34.0
34.7
35.4
36.1
36.9
37.6
71
34.9
35.6
36.3
37.0
37.9
38.6
72
35.8
36.5
37.3
38.0
38.8
39.7
73
36.7
37.5
38.2
39.0
39.9
40.7
74
37.6
38.4
39.2
40.0
40.9
41.8
75
38.6
39.4
40.2
41.0
42.0
42.9
76
39.6
40.3
41.2
42.1
43.0
44.0
77
40.6
41.4
42.3
43.2
42.2
45.2
78
41.5
42.5
43.4
44.3
45.3
46.4
79
42.6
43.5
44.5
45.5
46.5
47.5
80
43.7
44.6
45.6
46.6
47.6
48.8
81
44.8
45.8
46.7
47.8
48.8
50.0
82
45.9
46.9
48.0
49.0
50.3
51.4
83
47.0
48.1
49.2
50.3
51.5
52.8
84
48.2
49.3
50.4
51.6
52.9
54.2
85
49.4
50.3
51.7
53.0
54.2
55.6
164
NDNR
165
Condencer
Features
General
Azar Nasim Air cooled Condensers are offered
in 12 models with refrigeration capacity range of
18.6 to 2017 MBH, designed to accommodate a
wide range of applications in the A/C industry.
Casing
Proper thickness galvanized steel sheets are
used in the structure of casing panels and
mounting legs formed from heavy steel sheets
which are joined by bolts offer maximum rigidity
and facilitate repairing.
Coils
Condenser coils consist of seamless cooper
tubes mechanically expanded into die formed
aluminum or copper fins with 10, 12, 14 FPI
spacing. Coils are available in single and multicircuits.
Fans
Directly driven axial fans, deliver the required air
flow rate at minimum sound levels. All fans are
equipped with fan guard for maximum protection.
Fan operation sequencing is performed based
on the liquid refrigerant’s pressure leaving the
condenser.
Motors
Totally enclosed air cooled (air over body) electric
motors equipped with permanently lubricated
bearings, an IP-55 protection, winding insulation
class of (F) plus thermal protection and B rise
construction are mounted in vertical position. The
motors are suitable for operation.
Electrical Panel
Consists of a drip proof panel enclosing all
electric components such as contactors, over
load protections and
Testing
Condenser coils have passed the leakage test 450
psig after production and the entire condenser
unit has tested at 350 psig working pressure after
completion.
166
Selection Procedure
Helpful Hints
Maximum allowable condensing temperature for
R-22 & R 407 C : 135 ˚F
Optimum condensing temperature for R-22 & R
407 C : 120 ˚F
TD: Condensing temperature Ambient dry bulb
temperature.
THR = [System cooling capacity] + [Compressor
motor power input x 3413].
When compressor motor power in the formula
above is not known use values from table 8 in the
following relationship:
THR = [System cooling capacity] x [Heat of
compression factor]
Example 1
Given:
System cooling capacity: 210000 BTU/Hr.
Condensing temperature: 120 ˚F
Ambient air temperature: 100 ˚F
Compressor power input: 18.2 Kw
Design altitude: 2000 Ft
Coil fin per inch: 14 FPI
Fin material: Aluminum
Example 2
Given:
System Total Heat Rejection ( THR ): 350000 BTU/Hr.
Condensing temperature: 120 ˚F
Ambient air temperature: 100 ˚F
Altitude: 4000 Ft
Coil fin per inch: 10 FPI
Fin material: Copper
Refrigerant: R 22
Select matching air cooled condenser
Determine Total Refrigeration:
THR = 210000 + (18.2 x 3413) = 272117 BTU/Hr.
From Table 2 for altitude adjustment factor (@
2000 Ft) AF = 1.05
Adjusted THR = (1.05) (272117) = 285723 BTU/Hr.
TD ( Design temperature difference ) = ( 120 100)
=20 ˚F
From table (4) and TD of 20 ˚F. ANC 250 with
plate fins offers 273000 BTY/Hr. which fulfills the
above required THR.
Select matching air cooled condenser
TD: Cond Temp - Ambient Temp = 120-100 = 20 ˚F
Total Heat Rejection Requirement = THR x
Correction Factor (Table 10) / Correction Factor
(Table 9) = 350000 x 1.10/085 = 452941 BTU/Hr.
= 452.941 MBH from Table (10) and T.D of 20 ˚F,
ANC-450 offers.
167
Dimensions for All Condensers
W
ELECTRICAL PANEL
HOT GAS ENT.
SAFETY VALVE
H
DRAIN PLUG
LIQ. OUTLET NO. 2
LIQ. OUTLET NO. 1
ONLY IN LARGER MODELS
LIQ. INLET
B
H1
RECIVER
A
SERVICE VALVE
CHARGE VALVE
Dimensions
Table 1
Model
COIL COVER PLATE
150
L
LIFTING EYES
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
050
060
120
180
250
350
450
550
700
850
1000
1200
L
900
1300
1500
1950
2500
2500
3000
3000
4300
5300
6300
6300
W
830
1000
1200
1210
1450
1950
1950
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
H
1250
1250
1250
1250
1250
1250
1250
1250
1250
1250
1250
1250
H1
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
Note:
1.
All dimensions in mm.
2.
Given (K) & (L) valves are the minimum allowable.
A
B
Dimensions
Table 2
Model
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
Anc
050
060
120
180
250
350
450
550
700
850
1000
1200
A
1200
1400
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
B
1100
1100
1100
1300
1300
1300
1300
1300
1300
1300
1300
1300
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Piping Recommendations
SERVICE VALVE
SERVICE VALVE
CONDENSER
CONDENSER
CHECK VALVE
COMPRESSOR
SYSTEM WITH CAPACITY REDUCTION
CHECK VALVE
COMPRESSOR
CHECK VALVE
HOT GAS
COMPRESSOR
SYSTEM WITHOUT CAPACITY REDUCTION
Note:
ADDITIONAL TRAP
PER EACH 20 Ft OF
RISER LENGTH
HOT GAS
HOT GAS
1.
All horizontal piping segments must be sloped 1/2
In. per each 10 Ft. of Length in the direction of flow.
2.
For proper oil return back to compressor. Install
air cooled condenser a minimum of (1m) above the
compressor.
SYSTEM WITH LPNG DISCHARGE RISER
Table 3 -Recommended Refrigerant Line Sizes O.D. (inch)
Evaporator
Cooling Capacity
Btu/Hr.
50
18 000
5/8
24 000
5/8
36 000
7/8
7/8
100
Outlet
Liquid Line Equivalent Length Ft.
150
200
50
100
150
200
5/8
5/8
7/8
7/8
7/8
7/8
3/8
3/8
1/2
1/2
3/8
1/2
1/2
1/2
7/8
7/8
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2
48 000
7/8
7/8
7/8
1 1/8
1/2
5/8
5/8
5/8
60 000
7/8
1 1/8
1 1/8
1 1/8
1/2
5/8
5/8
5/8
75 000
7/8
1 1/8
1 1/8
1 1/8
1/2
5/8
5/8
5/8
100 000
1 1/8
1 3/8
1 3/8
1 3/8
5/8
7/8
7/8
7/8
150 000
1 1/8
1 3/8
1 3/8
1 3/8
7/8
7/8
7/8
7/8
200 000
1 3/8
1 5/8
1 5/8
1 5/8
7/8
7/8
1 1/8
1 1/8
300 000
1 1/3
1 5/8
1 5/8
2 1/8
1 1/8
1 1/8
1 1/8
1 1/8
400 000
1 5/8
2 1/8
2 1/8
2 1/8
1 1/8
1 1/8
1 3/8
1 3/8
500 000
2 1/8
2 1/8
2 1/8
2 1/8
1 1/8
1 3/8
1 3/8
1 3/8
600 000
2 1/8
2 1/8
2 1/8
2 5/8
1 3/8
1 3/8
1 3/8
1 5/8
750 000
2 1/8
2 5/8
2 5/8
2 5/8
1 5/8
1 5/8
1 5/8
1 5/8
Note:
1.
Inlet
Discharge Line Equivalent Length Ft.
Table values are applicable for condensing
temperatures of 80 to 135 ˚F.
2.
Given sizes are nominal and may be modified with
design condition and the physical characteristics
compressors used.
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Total Refrigeration
Total Refrigeration for R-22 [MBH]
Table 4
Model
Aluminum Fin
T� 
10
15
20
25
30
Anc 050
18
29
40
51
62
Anc 060
37
59
81
105
130
Anc 120
67
109
153
200
248
Anc 180
76
120
168
218
271
Anc 250
122
195
273
352
434
Anc 350
149
235
327
426
525
Anc 450
193
309
431
558
690
Anc 550
209
379
529
685
846
Anc 700
309
492
687
893
1193
Anc 850
405
646
902
1167
1440
Anc 1000
497
794
1108
1430
1760
Anc 1200
575
910
1261
1622
1990
Copper Fin
Table 5
Model
T� 
10
15
20
25
30
Anc 050
19
29
40
51
63
Anc 060
37
60
83
107
133
Anc 120
69
111
156
205
254
Anc 180
77
123
171
222
276
Anc 250
124
198
277
358
442
Anc 350
151
239
333
432
536
Anc 450
197
313
438
567
702
Anc 550
241
385
538
698
861
Anc 700
314
500
699
908
1123
Anc 850
411
658
918
1188
1465
Anc 1000
504
808
1127
1456
1793
Anc 1200
583
923
1279
1645
2018
Note:
•
•
MBH = 1000 BTU/hr.
Above given values are based on sea level altitude
and 12 Fins per Inch coils. For different Altitude
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and coil FPI (10, 12, 14), multiply THR value by the
appropriate correction factor in Table 10 and divide by
correction factor in table 9.
Total Refrigeration
Total Rejection for R-407C [MBH]
Table 6
Model
Aluminum Fin
T� 
10
15
20
25
30
Anc 050
19
28
38
49
60
Anc 060
35
56
79
103
127
Anc 120
64
105
149
195
244
Anc 180
74
117
165
215
266
Anc 250
118
191
267
348
429
Anc 350
142
227
318
414
514
Anc 450
187
299
420
547
678
Anc 550
247
368
518
673
834
Anc 700
298
477
672
875
1085
Anc 850
391
630
885
1150
1422
Anc 1000
482
777
1091
1414
1743
Anc 1200
560
893
1242
1602
1971
Copper Fin
Table 7
Model
Note:
•
•
T� 
10
15
20
25
30
Anc 050
19
28
39
50
61
Anc 060
36
57
80
105
130
Anc 120
65
107
153
200
249
Anc 180
74
119
166
218
271
Anc 250
120
193
273
353
437
Anc 350
144
231
324
421
525
Anc 450
190
303
427
556
690
Anc 550
233
375
526
685
848
Anc 700
302
485
684
891
1106
Anc 850
397
641
901
1171
1448
Anc 1000
489
792
1111
1440
1775
Anc 1200
567
905
1260
1626
1999
MBH = 1000 BTU/Hr.
Above given values are based on sea level altitude and
12 Fins per Inch coils. For different Altitude and coil FPI
(10, 12, 14), multiply THR value by the appropriate
correction factor in Table 10 and divide by correction
factor in Table 4.
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Heat of Compression Factor for refregerant cooled compressors
(Hermetic and Semi-Hermetic)
Table 8
ection e. F
C�NNIN P. F
90
100
110
120
130
140
-10
1.40
1.46
1.49
1.57
1.64
1.68
0
1.36
1.42
1.44
1.51
1.54
1.62
10
1.32
1.34
1.38
1.43
1.49
1.53
20
1.26
1.30
1.31
1.39
1.42
1.49
30
1.21
1.24
1.30
1.33
1.38
1.44
40
1.19
1.21
1.25
1.27
1.32
1.35
45
1.16
1.20
1.22
1.25
1.30
1.33
50
1.14
1.18
1.20
1.23
1.28
1.30
Coil fin per inch correction factor
Table 9
No. of FPI
Correction Factor
10
0.9
12
1
14
1.08
Altitude Adjustment factor
Table 10
Altitude Ft.
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
Adjustment Factor
1.00
1.03
1.05
1.07
1.10
1.12
1.15
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Engineering Data
Table 11
Model
Propeller Fan
Coil
Refrigerant R-22
No.
Diam. Inch
RPM
Total CFM
Rows Deep
Total Face
Area Sq.Ft
1
20
950
3400
3
7
Anc 060
1
26
950
7200
3
Anc 120
2
26
950
14400
3
Anc 180
2
26
950
14400
3
Anc 250
3
26
950
21600
Anc 350
4
26
950
Anc 450
5
26
Anc 550
6
Anc 700
Anc 050
Charge Kg Pump down
Capacity Kg
No. of
Circuits
Unit
Weight
Kg
3
9
1
150
12
5
15
1
230
18
7
22
1
300
24
9
32
1
380
3
36
13
47
2,1
540
28800
3
48
18
61
2,1
800
950
36000
3
60
22
73
2,1
1030
26
950
43200
3
72
27
93
2,1
1190
8
26
950
57600
3
96
35
123
2,1
1680
Anc 850
10
26
950
72000
3
121
44
152
2,1
2000
Anc 1000
12
26
950
86400
3
144
53
187
2,1
2350
245
2,1
2690
Anc 1200
26
12
950
84000
4
144
70
Note:
System total operating charge = Chiller or packaged unit operating charge + air cooled condenser operating charge +
refrigerator Line operating charge (table 13)
Engineering Data
Weight of Refrigerant in
copper line Kg per 100 Ft
Table 13
Table 12
Model
Propeller Fan
Refrigerant R-22
Total CFM Rows Deep
Total Face Charge Kg
Area Sq.Ft
Pump down
Capacity Kg
Line Size
O.D (In)
No.
Diam. Inch
Anc 050
1
3/4
1.8
0.55
1.8
6.0
1x4
3/8
Anc 060
1
1
2.25
1.08
2.25
7.42
1x4
1/2
Anc 120
2
1
2.25
2.16
4.5
14.85
1.5 x 4
5/8
Anc 180
2
1
2.25
2.16
4.5
14.85
1.5 x 4
7/8
Anc 250
3
1
2.25
3.24
6.75
22.27
1.5 x 4
1/8 1
Anc 350
4
1
2.25
4.32
9
29.7
2.5 x 4
3/8 1
Anc 450
5
1
2.25
5.4
11.25
37.12
2.5 x 4
5/8 1
Anc 550
6
1
2.25
6.48
13.5
44.55
4x4
1/8 2
Anc 700
8
1
2.25
8.64
18
59.4
6x4
5/8 2
Anc 850
10
1
2.25
10.8
22.5
74.25
10 x 4
1/8 3
Anc 1000
12
1
2.25
12.96
27
89.1
10 x 4
5/8 3
Anc 1200
12
1
2.25
12.96
27
89.1
10 x 4
1/8 4
Loqid
-100°F
Hot Gas
-120°F
Note:
Recommended wire sizes are applicable for distances up 50 meters
and maximum ambient temperature of 50C
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Installation Recommendations
2.5 M MIN.
1.5 TO 2.0 M MIN.
CONDENSER
CONDENSER
2.5 M MIN.
CONDENSER
Note:
•
•
Do not place units near hot air or steam exhaust.
Place units so that condenser air is not recirculate.
174
1.5 TO 2.0 M MIN.
1.5 TO 2.0 M MIN.
1.5 TO 2.0 M MIN.
CONDENSER
•
All types of shading or over hang must be located at
least (4M) above the air cooled condenser.
175
176
NT
177
ZENT
Introduction
"Zent" is an air conditioning device which can
provide the relatively summer conditioned air
by passing fresh air through wet chaff pads.
In winter a combination of returned indoor air
and fresh air, after Passing through a washable
aluminum filter, first would be cleaned and then
pass over a hot water Heating Coil (or electric
or steam coil) and warms. In winter conditioned
warm air humidity may Increase by different
alternatives.
Zent Room
"Zent" would place in a covered area where could
be called "Zent Room". The most appropriate
Place for the "zent Room" is the center of the
building that provides the possibility of entrance
of the Fresh air through a window and entrance
of the returned air through a damper, to "zent
Room".
"Zent Room" ought to contain enough space for
supply channels and its floor has to be isolated
against water And have drainage, and its better
that the walls are acoustic.
"Azar Nasim Zents" Advantages:
1. Variety
Vertical and horizontal models are produced,
occupy minimum space.
2. Fan Controller
Usage of speed control, decrease the electric
consumption cost and uniform working of
unit.
3. Elimination of radiators and pipe lines
Decorativeness, save space , decrease repair
costs.
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4. Adjustable Dampers
Changing the summer system to the winter
system and vise versa in the simplest way and
the possibility Of humidifying the winters hot
air.
5. Washable Aluminum Filters
Clean air; increase the efficiency of heating
Coil and long lasting unit.
6. Coil is placed inside "Zent"
Less heating loss, more safety
7. Basin Fiberglass Cover
Long lasting life and elimination of bacteria.
8. Very easy Service
No needs of professional repairman
9. Fan
Statically and dynamically balanced fan, low
noise and more relaxation
3200
2700
2000
1500
160000
140000
85000
75000
70000
50000
Chaff
Water
Dimensions of
Output Span
Electromotor
pro�le
Lit/hr
12
In
40 × 37.5
34.5 × 40
cm
3
1 1/2
3/4
HP
3/4
3/4
3
3
4
5 1/2
5 1/2
7 1/2
900
2/1 7 1400
10
10
15
15
15
15
20
15
Total static
Pressure
Ht
Dimensions
Connections
Weight
Approximate
without
water
190
1
1
1/2
3/8
3/8
545
550
555
460
465
470
220
225
230
180
182
185
960
970
975
785
790
795
660
665
670
320
325
330
290
292
295
Flutter
70
210
1 1/4
1/2
645
655
660
1200
1202
1205
Hot
water
85
255
1 1/2
1/2
790
792
796
Kg
110
120
270
1 1/2
3/4
1400
1405
1415
Inch
19
23
20
172
120
195
1 1/2
900
905
915
cm
20
25
27
172
140
215
3/4
mm-H O²
30
31
35
300
150
1 1/2
V
Three
phase
35
40
42
330
231
220
380
40
45
50
150
Height
360
90
Length
50
55
60
19
21
23
Width
Fan
Diameter
6.5
8.7
11.7
15
63 × 63
A*B
m
13
19.3
25.8
20
Ø
1.15
30
34.5
38.5
22
80 × 80
evaporation
1.6
43
52
56
25
87 × 87
1/2
3
65
70
75
28
94 × 87
67.5 × 67.5
4.7
80
85
90
30
3.5
5.2
95
100
105
Level
6.2
RPM
Capacity
4500
Btu/hr
6000
190000
CFM
7000
440000
230000
470000
280000
16000
500000
8000
17500
570000
9000
19000
600000
320000
20000
700000
10000
21500
400000
23000
730000
360000
24000
800000
750000
12000
25000
14000
26000
Power
Technical Specifications Of Cooling & Heating Zent
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
phase
Single
phase
Model
15-50
20-70
27-75
32-85
45-140
60-160
70-190
80-230
90-280
100-320
120-360
140-400
160-440
175-470
190-500
200-570
215-600
200-700
240-730
250-750
260-800
Type
179
180
AN IL
181
Coil fin per inch correction factor
Floor mounted (TDFF)
Wall mounted (TDFW)
Ceiling mounted (TDFC)
Ceiling Mounted Concealed Fan Coil
Model U
TCFU
Model L
TCFL
Model H
TCFH
Ceiling Mounted Compact Concealed Fan Coil
Nomenclature
A Angle air flow
H Horizontal air flow
S Short length
W Wall mounted
F- Floor mounted
C Ceiling mounted
Tahvieh Azar Nasim
C - Conceal
D - Decorative
Fan Coil
Air delivery (cfm)
(200-300-400-600-800 1000)
182
Tahvieh Azar Nasim Company pioneers in air
conditioning system productions and industrial
processes in Iran. Decorative Fan Coil Units
with unique design and structure is one of the
products of this company.
General Description:
Azar Nasim fan coil units are steeped decorative
type in different capacities from 200 cfm to 1000
cfm and manufacture in three kinds:
1. Ceiling fan coil unit without cabin
2. Floor mounted fan coil units decorative
(with cabin)
3. Ceiling mounted fan coil units decorative
(with cabin)
A. Outlet air is adjustable in four directions.
B. Main structure of the units is made of
Aluminum profiles.
C. Sides and air outlets are made of ABS.
D. Front panel of the unit is made of mild steel
sheets and coated with electrostatic powder paint.
E. All internal sheets and condensate try are hot
dip galvanized coated with aero flex insulator.
Coils:
1. Three rows coils (8 tubes in each row) from
copper Tubes with diameters of 3/8" and
aluminum fins With spacing of 12 FPI is
standard part of all Azar Nasim fan coil units.
All the coils are Degreased, washed and
tested up to 200 Psi.
Electro motors:
1. Fan coil units electromotor are single phase
4speeds, with heat relay to protect the electro
motor winding against over loading.
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Fans:
1. Steel or ABS centrifugal fans which statically
and dynamically balanced with low noise level
are used.
Filter:
1. Air filter is mounted at air inlet with ABS
frame and easily cleanable.
Key Board:
1. Electric key board with OFF chassis and 4
speed touch keys (Night mode, 1-2-and 3) is
mounted on fan coil units. Remote control
can be provided on client’s request.
Intelligent Systems:
1. This system installed on the fan coil units to
protect energy wasting. In case of failure of
Chiller, Boiler, or circulation pump or air trap
in the coil, intelligent system automatically
off the fan coil until the problem is solved.
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Decorative Fan Coil
A
B
A-(360)
150
C
610
210
Wall mounted
Floor mounted
Exposed Decorative Fan Coil Dimensions
Table 1
Model
200
300
400
600
800
1000
A (mm)
864
990
1116
1240
1620
1995
B (mm)
562
687
812
937
1312
1687
C (mm)
540
665
790
920
1290
1667
185
600
320
80
B-(100)
Ceiling Mounted Conceal Fan Coil
Angle Air flow
80
0
15
A
580
80
150
320
80
(A-100)
200
170
150
B
100
170
Ceiling Mounted Concealed Fan Coil Dimensions
Table 2
Model
200
300
400
600
800
1000
A (mm)
562
687
812
937
1312
1687
B (mm)
540
665
790
920
1290
1667
186
Ceiling Mounted Conceal Fan Coil
Horizontal Air Flow
80
0
15
A
600
150
320
80
80
(A-100)
150
230
180
B
100
170
Ceiling Mounted Concealed Fan Coil Dimensions
Table 3
Model
200
300
400
600
800
1000
A (mm)
562
687
812
937
1312
1687
B (mm)
540
665
790
920
1290
1667
187
100
300
70
420
Ceiling Mounted Conceal Fan Coil
Short length
B
150
180
230
A
100
Ceiling Mounted Concealed Fan Coil Dimensions
Table 4
Model
200
300
400
600
800
1000
A (mm)
610
720
940
1050
1380
1600
B (mm)
562
687
812
937
1312
1687
188
Physical Speci�cations
Table 5
Description
Unit Size
200
300
400
600
800
1000
Nomainal Air Flow Rate (Cfm)
200
300
400
600
800
1000
*Unit Weight (Kg)
21
24
27
30
45
54
Number of Motors
1
1
1
1
2
2
Nominal Power (W)
45
45
2×45
2×45
25
25
Total Rated Amps
0.4
0.4
0.65
0.65
1.05
1.3
Coil Face Area (Ft)
0.97
40
1.
1.63
1.92
2.51
3.17
Tube Size
3�8 ..
No of Rows
3
No of Fins/Inch
12
*Unit weights giving are for exposed models. For concealed reduce values by approximately35%
Table 6
Model
Nominal Performance Data
(Cfm)
Heating
Cooling
Air Flow
Total Cap.
Sensible Cap.
(Btu/Hr)
(Btu/Hr)
Water Flow
Capacity
(Gpm)
(Btu/Hr)
Water Flow
(Gpm)
T C FA -200
200
9200
6250
2.0
21800
2.5
T C FA -300
300
11800
8700
2.5
30750
3.5
T C FA -400
400
15400
12250
3.5
38750
4.0
T C FA -600
600
19700
14750
4.0
48250
5.0
T C FA -800
800
24400
18250
5.0
62750
6.5
T C FA -1000
1000
30500
23250
6.5
75000
7.5
Note:
1.
2.
Capacities are based on high fan speed.
Cooling capacities are based on entering water at 45 F
and entering air at 80 F D.B., 67 F W.B.
3.
Heating capacities are based on entering air at 70 F
D.B. entering and leaving water at 180 F and 160 F
respectively.
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CHILLER WATER RATINGS
Table 7
Model
Entering water
temperature (�F)
GPM
Pressure
Downfall
(F.T.W.G)
200
42
44
46
300
42
44
46
400
42
44
46
600
42
44
46
800
42
44
46
1000
42
44
46
Note:
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1.
2.
1.5
2
2.5
1.5
2
2.5
1.5
2
2.5
2
2.5
3
2
2.5
3
2
2.5
3
2.5
3
3.5
2.5
3
3.5
2.5
3
3.5
3.5
4
4.5
3.5
4
4.5
3.5
4
4.5
4.5
5
5.5
4.5
5
5.5
4.5
5
5.5
6
6.5
7
6
6.5
7
6
6.5
7
2.2
3.6
5.4
2.2
3.6
5.4
2.2
3.6
5.4
4.4
6.5
9
4.4
6.5
9
4.4
6.5
9
6.5
9
11.5
6.5
9
11.5
6.5
9
11.5
5.2
6.3
4.2
4.2
5.2
6.3
4.2
5.2
6.3
7.6
9.4
11
7.6
9.4
11
7.6
9.4
11
7
8
9
7
8
9
7
8
9
Entering air temperature (°F )
75 DB.
65 WB.
Sensible
Total
(BTU/hr.)
(BTU/hr.)
6000
6500
7000
5500
6000
6500
4500
5000
5500
8000
8500
9000
7500
8000
8500
6500
7000
7500
10500
11000
11500
10000
10500
11000
9000
9500
10000
13000
13500
14000
12500
13000
13500
11500
12000
12500
17500
18000
18500
17000
17500
18000
15000
15500
16000
21000
21500
22500
20500
21000
22000
18500
19000
19500
7600
8200
8800
6800
7600
8200
6200
6600
7300
9800
10800
11200
8900
9600
10100
7900
8600
9000
12900
13500
14200
11600
12200
12800
10400
10900
11400
17000
17900
18600
15400
16200
16800
13700
14400
15000
21600
22300
22800
19800
20400
20900
17400
18400
18800
27300
27900
28400
25000
25400
25800
22400
22800
23300
63 WB
77DB
67WB.
Sensible
Total
Sensible
Total
(BTU/hr.)
(BTU/hr.)
(BTU/hr.)
(BTU/hr.)
6200
6700
7200
5700
6200
6700
5000
5500
6000
8400
8700
9400
8000
8500
9000
7200
7700
8200
11000
11500
12000
10700
11200
11700
9700
10400
10900
14200
14700
15200
13500
14000
14400
12700
13200
13700
19000
19500
20000
17500
18000
18400
16200
16700
17200
23000
23500
24200
21700
22200
22900
20400
20900
21400
8450
9250
9800
7700
8450
9100
7000
7500
8300
10900
11900
12350
9900
10700
11350
8900
9700
10200
14200
15000
15700
13000
13700
14350
11800
12400
13000
18900
19800
20600
17300
18200
18850
15650
16500
17200
24000
24600
25300
22000
22650
23300
20000
20800
21300
30100
30800
31300
28000
28500
28800
25400
25850
26500
6500
7000
7500
6000
6500
7000
5500
6000
6500
9000
9500
10000
8500
9000
9500
8000
8500
9000
11500
12000
12500
11500
12000
12500
11000
11500
12000
15500
16000
16500
14500
15000
15500
14000
14500
15000
20500
21000
21500
18000
18500
19000
17500
18000
18500
25000
25500
26000
23000
23500
24000
22500
23000
23500
9400
10400
11000
8700
9400
10000
8000
8600
9400
12000
13100
13700
11000
12000
12800
10000
11000
11600
15800
16600
17400
14400
15400
16000
13400
14000
14800
21000
21900
22800
19400
20400
21000
17800
18800
19600
26400
27200
28000
24400
25200
26000
22600
23400
24100
33200
34000
34600
31000
31800
32200
28800
29200
30000
Capacities are based on high fan speed.
For unit capacities at med. or low speed multiply table values by the given
correction factor.
80DB
MOTOR SPEED
CORRECTION FACTOR
MEDIUM
0.90
LOW
0.80
HOT WATER RATINGS
Table 8
Model
Entering water
temperature (�F)
GPM
Pressure
Downfall
(F.T.W.G)
200
140
160
180
300
140
160
180
400
140
160
180
600
140
160
180
800
140
160
180
1000
140
160
180
Note:
1.
2.
2.5
3
2
2.5
3
2
2.5
3
3
3.5
4
3
3.5
4
3
3.5
4
3.5
4
4.5
3.5
4
4.5
3.5
4
4.5
4.5
5
5.5
4.5
5
5.5
4.5
5
5.5
6
6.5
7
<5
6.5
7
6
6.5
7
7.5
8
8.5
7.5
8
8.5
7.5
8
8.5
3.6
5.4
7.3
3.6
5.4
7.3
3.6
5.4
7.3
9
11.4
15
9
11.4
15
9
11.4
15
11.5
15
18
11.5
15
18
11.5
15
18
6.3
7.5
9
6.3
7.5
9
6.3
7.5
9
12.6
14.5
16.2
12.6
14.5
16.2
12.6
14.5
16.2
10
11.5
12.8
10
11.5
12.8
10
11.5
12.8
Entering air temperature (°F )
68 DB.
70DB
72DB
Total
Total
Total
(BTU/hr.)
(BTU/hr.)
(BTU/hr.)
14000
14500
15000
18000
18500
19000
22000
22500
23000
19500
20000
20500
25500
26000
26500
31500
32000
32500
24500
25000
25500
32500
33000
33500
39000
39500
40000
31500
32000
32500
40000
40500
41000
48500
49000
49500
41000
41500
42000
52000
52500
53000
63500
64000
64500
49500
50000
50500
62500
63000
63500
76000
76500
77000
12700
13200
13700
17200
17700
18200
21200
21700
22000
18700
19200
19700
24500
25000
25500
30200
30700
31200
23700
24200
24700
31500
32000
32500
38200
38700
39200
30200
30700
31200
39000
39500
40000
47700
48200
48700
39700
40200
40700
51000
51500
52000
62200
62700
63200
48200
48700
49200
61200
61700
62200
75000
75500
76000
11500
12000
12500
16500
17000
17500
20500
21000
21500
18000
18500
19000
23500
24000
24500
29000
29500
30000
23000
23500
24000
30500
31000
31500
37500
38000
38500
29000
29500
30000
38000
38500
39000
47000
47500
48000
38500
39000
39500
50000
50500
51000
61000
61500
62000
47000
47500
48000
60000
60500
61000
74000
74500
75000
Capacities are based on high fan speed.
For unit capacities at med. or low speed multiply table values by the given
correction factor.
MOTOR SPEED
CORRECTION FACTOR
MEDIUM
0.90
LOW
0.80
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DUCTED FAN COIL
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DUCTED FAN COIL
FEATURES & BENERITS
AZAR NASIM ducted fan-coil units are designed
to deliver reliable conditioned air in a wide range
of capacities. With delivery rates of 800 to 3000
CFM these units can meet the air conditioning
demands of a variety of multi room applications
such as apartments, office buildings, hotels and
hospitals. For cooling applications, units are
Available with capacities ranging from 20 to 100 K
Btu/hr. and for heating units with capacities of 60
to 200 K Btu/hr. at standard conditions (80°F DB,
67°F WB) can be utilized . With 3 different models
and seven basic, sizes in each model along with
the choice of Vertical or horizontal types. The
wide selection range offers considerable design
versatility.
CABINET
All cabinets are constructed of 1.25 mm
galvanized steel sheet with additional paint
coating. Panels are insulated with 10 mm
polyethylene insulation panel.
EASE OF INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE
Horizontal models can be used in cabinet
(Exposed) or furred-in (Concealed) applications.
Vertical models are built only in exposed free
standing models. The low high dimension
associated with the horizontal types facilitates
easy installation within double ceilings or
concealed locations.
COILS
Coils are constructed of 5/8 inch O.D. copper
tubes with waffled and rippled edge aluminum or
copper fins mechanically bonded to the tubes. All
coils are leak tested under water with 325 Psig
air in accordance with ANSI/ASHRAE 15 Safety
Code for Mechanical Refrigeration.
Supply air duct collar simplifies field connection
to new or existing supply ductwork. Mounting
Brackets on each side of the unit allow swift
suspension from the ceiling. All wiring and piping
connections are located at accessible locations
on the unit. Removable bottom panels permit full
width access to the mixing box and blower units.
Motor-blower unit can be removed in order to
expose the entering face of the coil for cleaning
purposes. The following design features are
incorporated in the construction of AZAR NASIM
ducted Fan-coil units.
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FILTERS
Standard filter is removable 1" aluminum mesh
washable filter.
CONDENSATE DRAIN PAN
Condensate drain pan is constructed of heavy
gauge galvanized sheet metal with the underside
Insulated by 3 mm Polyethylene foam. The
condensate drain outlet is 3/4 inch O.D. copper
tube, Brazed into the condensate drain pan.
The coils for hot water applications are identical
to chilled water coils available in 4 or 6 rows. All
DX coils are evacuated and backfilled with 5 Psig
dry nitrogen prior to shipment. Electrical coils
could also be mounted on any unit. They shall be
protected against overheating.
FANS
The fans are direct driven, centrifugal, forward
curved, double width wheels. (DWDI) Fans of The
units have three speeds level adjusting: Low,
Medium and High.
MOTORS
Motors are three speeds, 4 poles, single
phase-50 cycles- 220 V with external rotor-motor.
All motors are equipped with thermal overload
protection. Motors are split phase type with a
capacitor. They possess four connection wires:
one in common and three connection wires for
three different speeds. If there is a need for more
than three different speeds, an autotransformer
can be used. (Transformer or any other device
should make no change in the shape of the
electrical sinus wave.) The following wiring
diagram can be used.
YELLOW/GREEN
OPTIONAL
RED
LOW SPEED
BLUE
MEDIUM SPEED
BLACK
HIGH SPEED
VARIABLE SPEED
COMMON
COMMON
PACKING
Units finally shall be wrapped up with plastic
tissue, fastened with polyethylene belts and place
don wooden palette, although they should be
stored in an indoor storage.
+ All components in AZAR NASIM Ducted Fancoils are selected of reliable and recognized
international brand names or designed and
constructed and checked under the standard of
the air-conditioning and refrigeration industry.
+ The units are manufactured under Azar
Nasim s own Quality Assurance System
and also Azar Nasim Standard Engineering
Specification (SES).
+ For any special applications please consult
Azar Nasim's Sale Office.
220 V
400 W
AUTOTRANSFORMER
WHITE
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Physical Data and Sound Ratings
Table 1 -PHYSICAL DATA
PHYSICAL DATA
Model
DF 800
Nominal
Coil
Blower & motor
(Sound Pressure Level at 1m)
CFM
800
350
450~1425 0.85~3 .2
56
60
9/9
350
450~1425 0.85~3 .2
51
57
60
9/7
350
450~1425 0.85~3 .2
59
63
67
9/7
350
450~1425 0.85~3 .2
59
63
67
9/7
350
450~1425 0.85~3 .2
59
63
67
9/9
350
450~1425 0.85~3 .2
54
60
63
350
450~1425 0.85~3 .2
54
60
63
2.05 1.64
500
400
1000
2.45 2.05
600
500
10
DF 1200
1200
2.87 2.87
700
700
10
DF 1400
1400
3.27 2.87
800
700
10
DF 1600
1600
3.68 3.28
900
800
10
DF 1800
1800
4.30 3.90
1050
950
10
2000
4.91 4.51
1200
1100
1×
1×
10
DF 1000
DF 2000
Sound Ratings (dB)
Face area (ft²) Finned Length (mm) Tube No. × Blower
Motor (each)
High
Type
(Ampere*)
Water DX
Water
DX
(Watt)
RPM
2×
2×
2×
2×
2×
10
9/7
9/9
Low Medium High
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* Electrical motor consumption is in the range of 0.85 to 3.2 amps when its rotational speed changes respectively from 450 to 1425 rpm. Any
selection should be based on maximum electrical current i.e. 3.2 amp.
Model
CFM with 4 Row Coils
Table 2 -UNIT AIR FLOW
DF 800
DF 1000
DF 1200
DF 1400
DF 1600
DF 1800
DF 2000
Model
Low
Medium
High
External Pressure
External Pressure (inch H2O)
External Pres. Drop
0.0
0.5
0.0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.0
0.5
8 FPI
650
600
1030
1010
990
970
940
910
1300
1150
14 FPI
630
580
1000
975
955
930
900
870
1250
1050
8 FPI
750
650
1150
1140
1130
1110
1080
1050
1550
1350
14 FPI
730
630
1130
1120
1100
1070
1040
1000
1450
1250
8 FPI
1260
1120
1880
1825
1775
1725
1670
1580
2200
1850
14 FPI
1240
1080
1750
1700
1650
1570
1490
1400
2000
1650
8 FPI
1270
1150
1950
1920
1870
1810
1760
1700
2400
2050
14 FPI
1260
1120
1860
1810
1750
1700
1640
1550
2200
1800
8 FPI
1280
1170
2020
1980
1930
1890
1830
1770
2550
2150
14 FPI
1270
1150
1940
1890
1840
1790
1730
1680
2350
2000
8 FPI
1450
1260
2280
2240
2200
2160
2090
2020
2900
2500
14 FPI
1420
1230
2210
2170
2110
2050
1990
1880
2750
2300
8 FPI
1470
1300
2300
2280
2250
2210
2170
2100
3050
2700
14 FPI
1450
1270
2270
2230
2200
2140
2080
2020
2900
2450
Fans have three speeds level adjusting's: Low, Medium and High.
CFM has been calculated under wet condition of the coil at sea level condition
Low
Model
CFM with 6 Row Coils
Cont. Table 2 -UNIT AIR FLOW
DF 800
DF 1000
DF 1200
DF 1400
DF 1600
DF 1800
DF 2000
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Model
External Pressure
Medium
High
External Pressure (inch H2O)
External Pres. Drop
0.0
0.5
0.0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.0
0.5
640
580
1000
885
910
940
965
860
1230
1030
14 FPI
630
550
930
830
860
880
910
800
1110
920
8 FPI
720
630
1130
1030
1060
1090
11 10
1000
1430
1200
14 FPI
700
600
1100
960
1000
1030
1060
900
1380
1070
8 FPI
8 FPI
1230
1050
1730
1450
1530
1600
1680
1370
2020
1600
14 FPI
1170
1000
1530
1270
1340
1400
1470
1200
1720
1300
8 FPI
1250
1100
1830
1600
1680
1730
1780
1500
2190
1770
14 FPI
1220
1050
1700
1410
1490
1560
1620
1340
1920
1540
8 FPI
1270
1130
1920
1700
1760
1810
1870
1630
2330
1937
14 FPI
1250
1100
1780
1550
1620
1690
1740
1470
2100
1700
8 FPI
1400
1220
2200
1940
2020
2080
2140
1840
2700
2200
14 FPI
1370
1170
2050
1770
1840
1920
2000
1650
2400
1860
8 FPI
1450
1250
2250
2050
2110
2180
2210
1980
2870
2400
14 FPI
1400
1220
2170
1910
2000
2050
2110
1810
2600
2150
Example (General)
Unit Selection Procedure:
1. Determining exact unit airflow: Enter Table 2
on page 4. Select the nearest Model.
2. Calculate the face velocity, FV using the face
area, FA from Table 1 on page 4:
FV = CFM
FA
3. Determine the appropriate correction factors.
(Table 7, 8, 9 and 10), (Figures 1, 2 and 3
on page 12), (Interpolation is allowed when
Needed.)
4. Correct the specified total capacity.
Q= Required Total or Sensible Load
Correction Factors
5. Enter the tables of ratings with Q (Tables 3, 4,
5 and 6 on pages 7~11) and check out for the
Selected model. (Repeat steps 1 to 5 to find
the suitable unit.)
6. Find the actual ratings (Net real working
capacity in the location and conditions of the
project.)
Qactual= Table Ratings × Correction Factors
(There is one exception: C5 Is always applied to both Total and
Sensible load but when C5 is used only for correcting the wet
bulb temperature (not water temp. or evaporating temp.), it is
applied only to Total load.)
7. A - Determining water flow rate (GPM)
B - Determining leaving air dry bulb (LDB)
C - Determining leaving air enthalpy (H2)
(By having H1 from Table 11 on page15)
D - Determining leaving air wet bulb temp. (LWB)
A - Water GPM=
QT
500 × ΔT
B - QS = 1.08 (CFM) (EDB - LDB)
C - QT = 4.5 (CFM) (H1 - H2)
D - Interpolating in Table 11 (by having H2) for
leaving air wet bulb temp. (LWB)
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Example 1
Summer System Requirement
Given:
Air Flow Rate
.
.
...
1000 CFM
External Static Pressure
...
.
... . 0.3
Total / Sensible Load ... . .... 27 /19 kBtu/hr
Altitude of Installation .
........... .. ..1250m
Entering Air Temperature (EAT) ... 80°F DB/ 70°F WB
Evaporating Temperature...................... .. 45/55°F
6. Actual ratings:
Total: QT = 26.2 ×1.06× 1.15 × 0.95 = 30.3 kBtu/hr.
Sensible: Qs = 21.0 × 1.07 × 0.95 = 21.3 kBtu/hr.
7. A - Water flow GPM = 30300 = 6.1GPM
500 × 10
B - LDB = 80-
Solution:
1. Table 2 on page 4: Based on airflow, selecting
Model DF 1000: 4 Rows, 8 FPI: Air flow = 1110
CFM
C - H2 = 36.9 -
(Selection is based on Medium condition in
order to account for additional capacity.)
LWB = 63.1 °F
2. FV = CFM = 1110 CFM
= 453 FPM
FA
2.45 ft.2
3. Correction factors:
(T.7 P.11) Total load correction factor = CT = 1.06
(T.7 P.11) Sensible load correction factor = CS= 1.07
(T.8 P.11) Altitude correction factor = C2 = 0.95
(T.9 P.11) Fin material correction factor = C3 = 1.0
(T.10 P.11) Refrigerant correction factor = C4 = 1.0
(F.1 P.12) Air wet bulb correction factor = C5 = 1.15
4. Correcting the required load
27 KBtu/hr. = 23.3 kBtu/hr.
QT = Total Load =
CT ×C2 ×C5 1.06 × 0.95 × 1.15
QS = Selection Load = 19 KBtu/hr. = 18.7 kBtu/hr.
1.07 × 0.95
CS × C2
(For correcting the wet bulb temp. Only. Is applied
just to total load.)
5. Entering the table 3 on page 7
Model DF 1000: 80°F DB/ 67°F WB, 4 rows, 8 FPI:
QT : 26.2 kBtu/hr. > 23.3 kBtu/hr. (required)
QS : 21.0 kBtu/hr. > 18.7 kBtu/hr. (required)
So SDF-10 (4 rows, 8FPI, and half Cir.) is
approved.
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21300
= 62.2 ˚F
1.08 × 1110
30300 = 30.8 Btu/lb.
4.5 × 1110
D - On Table 11 on pages 15 by H2 and
Altitude of 1250m
(Because of the correction factor approximations,
the exact temperature sometimes is obtained a
little different. The LWB is about 62°F in this case.)
Example 2
Summer System Requirement
Given:
Air Flow Rate
.
.
...
1600 CFM
External Static Pressure
...
.
... . 0.2
Total / Sensible Load ... . .... 42 /31 kBtu/hr
Altitude of Installation .
........... .. ..1250m
Entering Air Temperature (EAT) ... 80°F DB/ 67°F WB
Evaporating Temperature............................ .. 50°F
SDF-14 (4 rows, 14FPI and half Cir.) failed.
SDF-14 (6 rows, 8FPI and half Cir.) failed.
QT : 48.7 kBtu/hr. > 45.2 kBtu/hr. (required)
QS : 36.7 kBtu/hr. > 32.3 kBtu/hr. (required)
SDF-14 (6 rows, 14FPI and half Cir.) is approved.
(The actual air flow is 1560 cfm at Medium
rotational speed of the fan.)
Solution:
1. Table 2 on page 4: Based on airflow, selecting Model
DF 1200: 4 Rows, 14 FPI: Air flow = 1650 CFM
(Selection is based on Medium condition in
order to account for additional capacity.)
6. Actual ratings for SDF-14 (6 rows, 14FPI &
half Cir.):
2. FV = CFM = 1650 CFM
= 575 FPM
FA
2.87 ft.2
7. A - Water flow GPM = 45200 = 9.0GPM
500 × 10
3. Correction factors:
(T.7 P.11) Total load correction factor = CT = 1.19
(T.7 P.11) Sensible load correction factor = CS = 1.25
(T.8 P.11) Altitude correction factor = C2 = 0.95
(T.9 P.11) Fin material correction factor = C3 = 1.0
(T.10 P.11) Refrigerant correction factor = C4 = 1.0
(F.3 P.12) Evaporating Temp. corr. Fac. = C5 = 0.85
4. Correcting the required load
27 KBtu/hr. = 43.7 kBtu/hr.
QT = Total Load =
CT × C2 × C5 1.19 × 0.95 × 1.85
QS = Selection Load = 31 KBtu/hr. = 30.7 kBtu/hr.
1.07 × 0.95
CS × C2 × C
5
QT = 48.7 ×1.15 × 0.85 × 0.95 = 45.2 kBtu/hr.
QS = 36.7 ×1.19 × 0.85 × 0.95 = 35.3 kBtu/hr.
B - LDB = 80- 35.3 x 1000 = 59.0 ˚F
1.08 × 1560
C - H2 = 34.13 - 45.2 x 1000 = 27.7 Btu/lb.
4.5 × 1560
D - On Table 11 by H2 and Altitude of 1250m
LWB = 59.1 °F
(Because of the correction factor approximations,
the exact temperature somet imes is obtained a
little different. The LWB is about 59°F in this case.)
5. Entering the table 3 on page 7
Model DF 1200: 80°F DB/67°F WB, 4 rows, 14 FPI:
QT : 36.0 kBtu/hr. < 43.7 kBtu/hr. (required)
QS : 27.3 kBtu/hr. < 30.7 kBtu/hr. (required)
So SDF-12 (4 rows, 14FPI and Half Cir. failed.)
Repeating steps 1 to 5:
For SDF-12 (6 rows, 8FPI and half Cir.):
QT: 37.3 kBtu/hr. < 44.4 kBtu/hr. (required)
QS: 28.9 kBtu/hr. > 31.5 kBtu/hr. (required)
So SDF-12 (6 rows, 8FPI and half Cir.) failed.
SDF-12 (6 rows, 14FPI and half Cir.) failed.
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Example 3
Winter System Requirement (Hot water Coil)
Given:
Air Flow Rate
.
.
...
1800 CFM
External Static Pressure
...
.
... . 0.3
Total / Sensible Load ... ..... .... 160 kBtu/hr
Altitude of Installation .
................. .. ..0m
Entering Air Temperature (EAT) ..................... 80°F DB
Evaporating Temperature................... .. 180/160°F
Solution:
1. Table 2 on page 4: Based on airflow, selecting Model
DF 1600:
4 Rows, 14 FPI: Air flow = 1790 CFM (Selection is
based on Medium condi t ion in order to account
For additional capacity.)
2. FV = CFM = 1650 CFM
= 575 FPM
FA
2.87 ft.2
3. Correction factors:
(T.7 P.11) Total load correction factor = CT = 1.07
(T.8 P.11) Altitude correction factor = C2 = 1.0
(T.9 P.11) Fin material correction factor = C3 = 1.0
4. Correcting the required load
QT = Total Load = 160 KBtu/hr = 149.5 kBtu/hr.
CT × C2 × C5 1.07 × 1.0 × 1.0
5. Entering the table 5 on page 10
Model DF 1600: 80°F DB, 4 rows, 14 FPI:
QT : 149.8 kBtu/hr. > 149.5 kBtu/hr.
(required)
So SDF-16 (4 rows, 14FPI & Half Cir. is approved.
6. Actual ratings for SDF-16 (4 rows, 14FPI &
half Cir.):
QT = 149.8 × 1.07 ×1.0 ×1.0 = 160.3 kBtu/hr.
7. A - Water flow GPM = 160300 = 16.0GPM
500 × 20
200
B - LDB = 80-
160300 = 162.9 ˚F
1.08 × 1790
CHILLED WATER COOLING COIL RATINGS
(EWT 45°F, LWT 55°F)
Table 3
Model
Nominal
Air CFM
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp.
(°F)
75
DF 800
63
800
80
75
DF 1000
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp.
(°F)
67
63
1000
80
67
Spacing Circuit
8 FPI
Half
14 FPI
Half
8 FPI
Half
14 FPI
Half
8 FPI
Half
14 FPI
Half
8 FPI
Half
14 FPI
Half
8 FPI
75
63
14 FPI
DF 1200
1200
8 FPI
80
67
14 FPI
8 FPI
75
63
14 FPI
DF 1400
1400
8 FPI
80
67
14 FPI
8 FPI
75
63
14 FPI
DF 1600
1600
8 FPI
80
67
14 FPI
8 FPI
75
63
14 FPI
DF 1800
1800
8 FPI
80
67
14 FPI
8 FPI
75
63
14 FPI
DF 2000
2000
8 FPI
80
67
14 FPI
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
4 Rows
Total
Sensible
Cooling Capacity
Cooling Capacity
(kBtu/hr)
(kBtu/hr)
13.9
17.3
19.5 1
25.0
18.0 2
23.0
26.2
33.2
17.8
22.0
22.2
28.9
23.5
33.4
30.2
42.0
21.8
26.5
27.2
35.1
29.1
40.4
37.8
51.2
25.9
31.0
32.3
41.2
35.1 4
47.5
45.4
60.3
31.0
37.3
38.8
48.9
43.7
56.3
56.0
71.3
36.1
44.5
45.9
56.4
52.4
65.3
66.3
82.4
13.9
16.4
16.3
19.5
18.0
21.0
21.0
25.1
17.8
21.2
22.2
25.7
22.2
25.8
26.5
31.0
21.8
25.0
27.2
35.1
26.4
30.6
31.8
37.0
25.9
28.9
32.3
35.3
30.8
35.5
37.3
42.9
31.0
34.4
36.8
40.8
36.3
41.2
43.8
49.8
36.1
38.6
42.0
46.3
41.9
47.0
50.2
56.6
6 Rows
Water Water
Flow Pressure
Drop Ft
(GPM)
H²O
2.8
3.5
3.9
5.0
3.6
4.6
5.2
6.6
3.6
4.4
4.4
5.8
4.7
6.7
6.0
8.4
4.4
5.3
5.4
7.0
5.8
8.1
7.6
10.2
5.2
6.2
6.5
8.2
7.0
9.5
9.1
12.1
6.2
7.9
7.8
9.8
8.7
11.3
11.2
14.2
7.2
8.9
9.2
11.3
10.5
13.1
13.2
16.5
0.25
0.4
0.5
0.7
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.2
0.08
0.6
0.1
1.0
0.1
1.3
0.2
2.0
0.1
0.9
0.2
1.5
0.2
2.0
0.3
3.0
0.2
1.3
0.2
2.1
0.3
2.7
0.4
4.5
0.2
2.1
0.4
3.1
0.4
4.0
0.7
6.1
0.3
2.8
0.5
4.2
0.6
5.5
1.0
8.4
Total
Sensible
Cooling Capacity
Cooling Capacity
(kBtu/hr)
(kBtu/hr)
19.7
24.3
28.9
34.4
2 5.5
31.5
37.5
44.6
25.3
31.7
31.6
39.1
36.8
46.6
45.1
55.2
31.0
37.8
38.5
46.5
45.1
55.4
54.8
66.1
36.8 3
44.9
45.5
54.2
53.9
64.6
65.2
77.0
43.8
52.8
54.3
63.5
64.3
75.3
77.2
89.4
50.9
60.7
62.9
72.9
75.1
85.7
89.2
101.4
17.1
19.5
20.8
23.6
21.7
24.8
26.6
30.1
23.9
26.5
27.2
30.4
28.6
32.5
32.7
36.8
28.5
31.3
32.5
35.8
34.2
38.3
39.0
43.7
33.1
36.4
37.7
41.4
40.0
44.3
45.6
50.6
38.3
41.9
43.8
47.7
46.5
51.0
52.9
58.1
43.4
47.5
49.8
54.0
53.2
57.6
60.3
65.5
Water Water
Flow Pressure
Drop Ft
(GPM)
H²O
4.0
4.9
5.8
6.9
5.1
6.3
7.5
8.9
5.1
6.3
6.3
7.8
7.4
9.3
9.0
11.0
6.2
7.6
7.7
9.3
9.0
11.1
11.0
13.2
7.4
9.0
9.1
10.8
10.8
12.9
13.1
15.4
8.8
10.6
10.9
12.7
12.9
15.1
15.4
17.9
10.2
12.1
12.6
14.6
15.0
17.1
17.8
20.3
0.6
0.9
1.3
1.7
1.1
1.6
2.1
2.9
0.2
1.7
0.3
2.4
0.4
3.3
0.5
4.5
0.3
2.4
0.4
3.5
0.5
4.8
0.8
6.6
0.4
3.4
0.6
4.8
0.8
6.6
1.1
9.1
0.6
4.9
0.9
6.9
1.2
9.4
1.6
12.8
0.8
6.8
1.2
9.4
1.6
12.6
2.2
17.1
+ Shaded regions show that water velocity or air face velocity is out of standard ARI 410 & 440 limits. (1~8 FPS) (200~800 fpm) 1 2
3 4: Under this condition, if the actual airflow is more than respectively 900, 1300, 2000 and 2200 CFM, then the velocity will be in
the range of valid (ARI) Velocities
+ All the ratings are calculated at altitude 0 (Sea Lev
201
DX COIL RATINGS
( 45°F Evaporating Temp.) (Half circuit)
Table 4
Model
DF 800
DF 1000
DF 1200
DF 1400
DF 1600
DF 1800
DF 2000
Nominal
Air CFM
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp.
(°F)
Entering
Wet Bulb
Temp.
(°F)
75
63
80
67
75
63
80
67
75
63
80
67
75
63
80
67
75
63
80
67
75
63
80
67
75
63
80
67
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
2000
Spacing
8 FPI
14 FPI
8 FPI
14 FPI
8 FPI
14 FPI
8 FPI
14 FPI
8 FPI
14 FPI
8 FPI
14 FPI
8 FPI
14 FPI
8 FPI
14 FPI
8 FPI
14 FPI
8 FPI
14 FPI
8 FPI
14 FPI
8 FPI
14 FPI
8 FPI
14 FPI
8 FPI
14 FPI
4 Rows
6 Rows
Total
Sensible
Sensible
Cooling Capacity
Cooling Capacity
Cooling Capacity
(kBtu/hr)
(kBtu/hr)
Leaving Air Dry
Bulb Temp.
(°F)
Total
Cooling Capacity
(kBtu/hr)
(kBtu/hr)
Leaving Air Dry
Bulb Temp.
(°F)
12.9
15.6
17.3
20.6
16.6
19.8
22.5
26.6
22.4
26.5
30.6
36.0
24.7
29.6
33.9
40.3
29.5
35.2
40.5
48.0
35.5
41.9
48.2
57.1
42.9
50.5
57.9
68.5
11.8
13.9
14.5
16.2
15.6
18.2
18.9
21.0
20.7
23.5
24.8
27.3
23.4
27.1
28.4
31.5
27.7
31.8
33.3
37 .0
32.6
36.8
38.7
42.9
38.3
42.8
45.1
49.9
61.3
58.9
63.3
61.3
60.6
58.1
62.5
60.5
59.0
56.9
60.8
59.0
59.5
57.1
61.2
59.2
59.0
56.6
60.7
58.6
58.2
56.1
60.1
57.9
57.3
55.2
59.1
56.9
15.9
19.2
21.1
25.0
20.3
24.2
27.1
32.1
27.7
32.9
37.3
43.8
30.9
37.0
41.0
48.7
36.9
44.1
51.0
60.5
44.4
52.3
60.1
71.2
53.6
63.1
72.3
85.6
13.8
16.3
16.9
18.9
18.2
21.3
22.1
24.5
24.5
27.8
28.9
31.8
27.5
31.9
33.1
36.7
32.6
37.4
39.8
44.2
38.3
43.2
46.0
50.9
45.0
50.3
53.1
58.8
59.0
56.2
60.4
58.1
58.1
55.3
59.6
57.3
56.1
53.6
57.7
55.5
56.8
53.9
58.1
55.7
56.1
53.3
56.9
54.4
55.3
52.8
56.3
53.8
54.2
51.7
55.4
52.8
+ All the ratings are calculated at altitude 0 (Sea Level) with Aluminums fins (corrugated plate fins) and based on ARI standard 410.
For other Altitudes or Fin Material please refer to Correction Factor Tables.
202
HOT WATER COIL RATINGS
(same cooling coils with hot water ratings)(EWT 180°F, LWT 160°F)
Table 5
Model
Nominal
Air CFM
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp.
(°F)
50
60
DF 800
800
70
80
50
60
DF 1000
1000
70
80
Spacing Circuit
Heating Capacity
(kBtu/hr)
8 FPI
Half
14 FPI
Half
8 FPI
Half
14 FPI
Half
8 FPI
Half
14 FPI
Half
8 FPI
Half
14 FPI
Half
8 FPI
Half
14 FPI
Half
8 FPI
Half
14 FPI
Half
8 FPI
Half
14 FPI
Half
8 FPI
Half
14 FPI
Half
8 FPI
50
14 FPI
8 FPI
60
14 FPI
DF 1200
1200
8 FPI
70
14 FPI
8 FPI
80
14 FPI
8 FPI
50
14 FPI
8 FPI
60
14 FPI
DF 1400
4 Rows
Total
1400
8 FPI
70
14 FPI
8 FPI
80
14 FPI
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
82.7
98.8
75.6
90.5
68.5
82.2
61.3
73.9
103.1
123.6
94.4
113.4
85.6
103.1
76.8
92.8
118.5
123.8
143.2
148.7
108.1
113.3
130.9
136.4
97.6
102.8
118.6
124.1
87.2
92.3
106.3
111.8
138.8
144.4
168.0
173.7
126.7
132.2
153.7
159.4
114.6
120.1
139.4
145.1
102.5
107.9
125.0
130.7
Leaving Air Dry
Bulb Temp.
(°F)
6 Rows
Water Water
Flow Pressure
Drop Ft
(GPM)
H²O
145.1
8.5
1.48
163.6
10.2
7.8
2.0
146.9
164.1
148.8
164.6
150.6
165.0
9.3
7.0
8.5
6.3
7.6
1.3
1.7
1.1
1.5
0.9
1.2
144.9
10.6
2.3
163.8
12.7
9.7
3.2
11.7
8.8
2.8
11
7.9
2.3
146.9
164.3
148.8
164.9
150.7
2.0
1.7
1.4
165.4
9.5
140.8
12.2
0.6
1.9
144.9
12.7
3.4
159.8
14.7
0.8
164.0
15.3
4.7
142.8
11.1
0.5
146.9
11.6
2.9
160.4
13.5
0.7
164.6
14.0
4.1
144.9
10.0
0.4
148.8
10.6
2.4
160.9
12.2
0.6
165.1
12.8
9.0
3.4
146.9
0.3
150.8
9.5
161.5
10.9
0.5
165.7
11.5
2.8
141.2
14.3
0.8
144.9
14.8
4.7
160.4
17.3
2.0
1.1
164.1
17.8
6.6
143.3
13.0
0.7
146.9
13.6
4.0
161.0
15.8
0.9
164.7
16.4
5.6
145.3
11.8
0.5
148.9
12.3
3.4
161.6
14.3
0.8
165.3
14.9
4.8
147.4
10.5
0.4
150.9
11.1
2.8
162.1
12.8
0.6
165.9
13.4
3.9
Total
Cooling Capacity
(kBtu/hr)
97.6
108.0
89.6
99.4
81.5
90.7
73.4
82.0
121.8
135.1
111.8
124.3
101.8
113.5
91.8
102.7
142.4
146.0
159.5
162.2
130.5
134.1
146.5
149.3
118.5
122.1
133.5
136.3
106.5
110.1
120.4
123.4
166.5
170.3
186.5
189.4
152.6
156.4
171.4
174.3
138.7
142.5
156.3
159.2
124.8
128.6
141.1
144.1
Leaving Air Dry
Bulb Temp.
(°F)
Water Water
Flow Pressure
Drop Ft
(GPM)
H²O
162.3
10.0
2.7
174.2
11.1
9.2
3.3
10.2
8.4
2.8
163.0
174.3
163.7
174.3
164.5
174.3
2.3
2.0
9.3
7.6
2.4
1.6
8.4
2.0
162.1
12.5
4.3
174.3
13.9
5.2
162.9
11.5
3.7
174.4
12.8
4.5
163.7
1 0.5
3.1
174.4
3.8
164.4
11.7
9.4
174.5
10.6
3.2
159.2
14.6
1.0
2.6
161.9
15.0
6.3
172.3
16.4
1.2
174.4
16.7
7.6
160.0
13.4
0.9
162.8
13.8
5.4
172.3
15.1
1.1
174.4
15.3
6.6
160.9
12.2
0.7
163.6
12.5
4.6
172.3
13.7
0.9
174.5
14.0
5.6
161.7
11.0
0.6
164.4
11.3
3.8
172.3
12.4
0.8
174.6
12.7
4.7
159.4
17.1
1.4
161.9
17.5
8.8
172.6
19.2
174.4
19.5
1.7
10 . 6
160.3
15.7
1.2
162.8
16.1
7.5
172.6
17.6
1.5
174.5
17.9
9.2
161.2
14.3
1.0
163.6
14.6
6.4
172.7
16.1
1.3
174.6
16.4
7.8
162.0
12.8
0.8
164.5
13.2
5.3
172.7
14.5
1.0
174.7
14.8
6.5
+ All the ratings are calculated at altitude 0 (Sea Level) with Aluminum fins (corrugated plate fins) and based on ARI standard 410.
+ For other Altitudes or Fin Materials please refer to Correction Factor Tables.
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HOT WATER COIL RATINGS
(same cooling coils with hot water ratings) (EWT 180°F, LWT 160°F)
Table 5
Model
Nominal
Air CFM
Entering
Dry Bulb
Temp.
(°F)
Spacing Circuit
Heating Capacity
(kBtu/hr)
8 FPI
50
14 FPI
8 FPI
60
14 FPI
DF 1600
1200
8 FPI
70
14 FPI
8 FPI
80
14 FPI
8 FPI
50
14 FPI
8 FPI
60
14 FPI
DF 1800
1800
8 FPI
70
14 FPI
8 FPI
80
14 FPI
8 FPI
50
14 FPI
8 FPI
60
14 FPI
DF 2000
4 Rows
Total
2000
8 FPI
70
14 FPI
8 FPI
80
14 FPI
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
Full
Half
159.3
165.0
192.8
198.7
145.5
151. 2
176.5
182.4
131.7
137.3
160.2
166.1
117.9
123.4
143. 8
149.8
182.9
188.6
220.2
225.9
167.2
172.9
201.8
207.5
151.5
157.1
183.3
189. 1
135.8
141.1
164.8
170.6
206.4
212.1
247.4
253.0
188.8
194.5
226.8
232.4
171.2
176.8
206.5
211.9
153.7
159.2
185.6
191.3
Leaving Air Dry
Bulb Temp.
(°F)
6 Rows
Water Water
Flow Pressure
Drop Ft
(GPM)
H²O
141.6
16.4
1.0
144.9
17.0
6.3
160.9
19.8
1.5
164.3
20.4
8.8
143.6
14.6
0.9
146.9
15.5
5.4
161.5
18.1
1.2
164.9
18.7
7.5
145.7
13.5
0.7
149.0
14.1
4.5
162.1
16.5
1.0
165.5
17.1
6.4
147.8
12.1
0.6
151.0
12.7
3.7
162.7
14.8
0.9
166.1
15.4
5.3
143.5
18.8
1.4
146.4
19.4
8.5
162.5
22.6
1.9
165.5
23.2
11.8
145.5
17.2
1.2
148.4
17.8
7.3
163.1
20.7
1.7
166.1
21.3
10.1
147.4
15.6
1.0
150.3
16.1
6.1
163.7
18.8
1.4
166.6
19.4
8.6
149.4
14.0
0.8
152.2
14.5
5.1
164.3
16.9
1.2
167.2
17.5
7.1
144.9
21.2
1.8
147.6
21.8
11.2
163.8
25.4
2.5
166.4
26.0
15.4
146.9
19.4
1.6
149.4
20.0
9.6
164.3
23.3
2.2
166.9
23.9
13.2
148.8
17.6
1.3
151.3
18.2
8.1
164.9
21.2
1.8
167.5
21.8
150.7
15.8
11.2
1.1
153.2
16.4
6.7
165.4
19.1
1.5
168.0
19.7
9.3
Total
Cooling Capacity
(kBtu/hr)
190.7
194.6
213.6
216.5
174.8
178.7
196.3
199.3
159.0
162.9
179.0
182.1
143.1
147.0
161.7
164.9
217.2
22.1
242.0
244.7
199.2
203.1
222.6
225.4
181.3
185.2
203.1
206.0
163.4
167.2
183.6
186.6
243.6
247.4
270.2
272.9
223.6
227.4
248.6
251.3
203.6
207.4
227.0
229.8
183.6
187.3
205.4
208.2
Leaving Air Dry
Bulb Temp.
(°F)
Water Water
Flow Pressure
Drop Ft
(GPM)
H²O
159.6
19.6
1.9
161.9
20.0
11.7
172.8
21.9
2.3
174.5
22.2
14.2
160.5
18.0
1.6
162.8
18.4
10.1
172.9
20.2
2.0
174.6
20.5
12.3
161.4
16.3
1.4
163.6
16.7
8.5
172.9
18.4
1.7
174.7
18.7
10.4
162.3
14.7
1.1
164.5
15.1
7.1
173.0
16.6
1.4
174.8
16.9
8.7
161.0
22.3
2.5
163.0
22.7
15.8
173.7
24.9
3.1
175.1
25.1
19.1
161.9
20.5
2.2
163.8
20.9
13.6
173.7
22.9
2.6
175.2
23.2
16.4
162.7
18.6
1.8
164.6
19.0
11.5
173.8
20.9
2.2
175.3
21.2
14.0
163.5
16.8
1.5
165.4
17.2
9.6
173.8
18.9
1.9
175.4
19.2
11.7
162.1
25.0
3.3
163.8
25.4
20.7
174.3
27.8
4.0
175.5
28.0
24.7
162.9
23.0
2.8
164.6
23.4
17.8
174.4
25.5
3.4
175.6
25.8
21.3
163.7
20.9
2.4
165.4
21.3
15.1
174.4
23.3
2.9
175.7
23.6
18.1
164.4
18.9
2.0
166.2
19.2
12.5
174.5
21.1
2.4
175.8
21.4
15.2
+ All the ratings are calculated at altitude 0 (Sea Level) with Aluminium fins (corrugated plate fins) and based on ARI standard 410.
For other Altitudes or Fin Materials please refer to Correction Factor Tables.
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Table 6
ELECTRICAL COIL
Air Temperature Rise* (T)
Line
Capacity
(kW)
Curr.
(Amp.)
800
1.5
1
7
DF 1000
1000
1.5
1
DF 1200
1200
2.0
1
DF 1400
1400
2.0
1
9
DF 1600
1600
3.0
1
14
DF 1800
1800
3.0
1
14
DF 2000
2000
3.0
1
14
DF 800
10°F
No. of
No. and
Heating
Line
20°F
No. of
No. and
Heating
Curr.
(Amp.)
Contr.
Steps
Cap. (kw)
of Elem.
Capacity
(kW)
1
14
2
2×1.5
5.5
1
14
2
2×1.5
7.0
1
18
2
2+2
8.0
5.0
1
23
2
2+3
9.0
5.0
1
23
2
2+3
10.5
3
3×2
12.0
3
2+2+3
13.5
Contr.
Steps
Cap. (kw)
of Elem.
Capacity
(kW)
1
1×1.5
3.0
7
1
1×1.5
3.0
9
1
1×2
4.0
1
1×2
2
2×1.5
2
2×1.5
6.0
2
2×1.5
7.0
1/3 27/16
1
32
Line
No. and
No. of
Phase
5°F
Heating
Phase
Nominal
Air CFM
Phase
Model
Curr.
(Amp.)
Contr.
Steps
Cap. (kw)
of Elem.
1
25
3
2+2+1.5
1
32
3
3+2+2
1
36
3
3+3+2
1/3 41/24
1
48
1/3 55/32
61
1
3
3×3
3
3×3+1.5
3
3×4
3
3×4+1.5
* air temperature leaving the electrical coil = entering air temperature (before the coil) + ΔT (5 / 10 / 20 °F
+ Azar Nasim does not provide any control device for electrical heater except air flow switch.
Table 7
COIL FACE VELOCITY CORRECTION FACTOR
Face Velocity (FPM)
Model
Correction
type
300
350
375
400
DF 800
Total
0.82
0.94
0.98
Sensible
0.83
0.92
0.97
0.92
0.96
DF 1000
DF 1200
DF 1400
DF 1600
DF 1800
DF 2000
475
500
525
1.08
1.12
1.15
1.18
1.10
1.15
1.19
1.23
1.06
1.09
1.13
1.16
1.19
425
450
1.01
1.05
1.01
1.05
0.99
1.03
550
600
650
1.20
1.26
1.32
1.27
1.34
1.42
1.24
1.30
Total
0.83
Sensible
0.80
0.90
0.94
0.99
1.04
1.07
1.12
1.16
1.20
1.23
1.31
1.38
Total
0.81
0.90
0.93
0.97
1.01
1.04
1.07
1.10
1.13
1.16
1.22
1.28
Sensible
0.78
0.88
0.92
0.97
1.01
1.05
1.09
1.13
1.17
1.21
1.28
1.35
Total
0.80
0.88
0.92
0.96
1.00
1.03
1.06
1.09
1.13
1.16
1.22
1.27
Sensible
0.77
0.87
0.91
0.96
1.00
1.04
1.08
1.12
1.16
1.20
1.26
1.33
Total
0.79
0.88
0.91
0.95
0.99
1.03
1.06
1.09
1.12
1.15
1.21
1.27
Sensible
0.77
0.86
0.90
0.94
0.99
1.03
1.07
1.10
1.14
1.18
1.25
1.32
Total
0.81
0.90
0.94
0.98
1.01
1.05
1.09
1.12
1.16
1.18
1.25
1.30
Sensible
0.79
0.88
0.93
0.97
1.01
1.06
1.10
1.14
1.18
1.21
1.29
1.36
Total
0.82
0.91
0.95
0.99
1.04
1.07
1.11
1.14
1.17
1.21
1.27
1.33
Sensible
0.80
0.90
0.94
0.99
1.02
1.08
1.12
1.16
1.20
1.24
1.31
1.39
Use these correction factors as multipliers to the capacity
ratings offered in the tables.
Real
Table
Capacity = Ratings ×C1×C2×C3×C4×C5
KBtu/hr. KBtu/hr.
Table Ratings: Capacity from Tables 3 ~ 6 (pages 7~11)
C1: (CTor CS) Coil Face Velocity Correction Factor from
Table 7 (page 11)
C2: (CA) Altitude Correction Factor from Table 8 (page 11)
C3: Fin Material Correction Factor from Table 9 (page 11)
C4: Refrigerant Correction Factor from Table 10 (page 11)
C5: (CWB) Air Wet Bulb or Entering Water or Evaporating
FACTOR ( C3 ) Temperature Correction Factor from figures
1~3 (page 12) or
+ Divide your required capacity by these correction factors
before you go through the tables.
Table 8 ALTITUDE CORRCTION FACTOR (C2)
ft
m
Capacity Factor
0
0
1
2500
760
0.97
5000
1500
0.94
7500
2300
0.91
10000
3050
0.88
Table 9 FIN MATERIAL CORRECTION FACTOR (C3)
Fin Material
Correction Factor
Al
1
Cu
1.05
Table 10 REFRIGERANT CORRECTION FACTOR (C4)
Refrigerant (Dx Coil)
Correction Factor
R22
1
R134a
0.88
R407c
0.99
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CAPACITY CORRECTION FACTOR
CAPACITY CORRECTION FACTOR
1.8
RI
NG
AIR
1.7
1.00
0.95
83
°W
79
°W
1.6
1.5
75
°W
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
59
0.9
0.8
71
°W
B
67
°W
B
63
°W
B
°W
TE
R
I NG
0.90
B
B
B
B
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
WA
TE
RT
EM
0.85
0.80
P1
80°
170
°
0.80
0.75
16 0
0.70
°
150
°
0.65
0.60
140
°
0.55
0.50
130
°
0.45
120
°
0.40
0.35
0.30
0.25
0.20
40
°
45 F EVA
°
50 F EV POR
°F
A
A
EV POR TING
AP
A
TE
OR TIN
MP
G
AT
ING TEM .
P.
TE
MP
.
1.9
EN
CAPACITY CORRECTION FACTOR
EN
TE
2.0
2.0
1.10
1.05
CAPACITY CORRECTION FACTOR
2.2
2.1
1.5
1.0
0.15
0.2
0.10
0.1
0.0
0.05
0.00
35°
40°
45°
50°
55°
0.5
50°
55°
60°
65°
70°
75°
80°
60°
70°
80°
90°
ENTERING WATER TEMP. °F
ENTERING AIR TEMP. °F
ENTERING WET BULB TEMP. °F
FIGURE 1. CHILLED
WATER COIL
FIGURE 2. HOT
WATER COIL
FIGURE 3. DX
COIL
CORRECTION FACTOR
CORRECTION FACTOR
CORRECTION FACTOR
Corrected load = load from table
3*correction factor from figure 1
All correction factors are Based on
80/67°F entering dry and wet bulb
temp.
Corrected load = load from table
5*correction factor from figure 2
All correction factors are based on
entering air dry bulb = 60°F and
entering water = 180°F
Corrected load = load from table
4*correction factor from figure 3
All correction factors are based on
80/67 Entering dry and wet bulb
temp. at 45°F Evaporating temp.
CONTROL FEATURES
There are different ways of controlling fan coils:
1. Fan Speed Control a) Manual >
The units are provided with a manual three- fan
speed control. (Unit or wall mounted)
2. Water Control Valves a) Manual >
By having hand-operated valves installed in the
supply or return water circuit, each unit could
be isolated from the whole water system. (Not
included)
B - Automatic
The fans could be switched ON/OFF while has
been set to one of the three different working
condition (Low, Medium or High) by a singlestage thermostat. (Not included) A Four-stage
thermostat (including OFF) could also control
the fan speed automatically. (Not included)
206
B - Automatic
Valves could be either solenoid or motor operated.
Two or Three way valves also could be used.
(Not included) Thermostat could control a
solenoid valve or also two-way or Three-way
water Valve to set the suitable flow rate of water.
(Not included)
3. Electrical Coil Safety Temperature Control
An optional control device could turn off the
electrical coil if its temperature rises above a
defined limit.(Not included)
900
650
1
5
7
40
9
A
1
1
6
270
12
5
4
*supply Duct Collar Is Bx270 For All
Horizontal Models.
4
40
15
635
40
15
1
1
6
170
10
4
40
390
12
11
RETURN AIR
11
365
SUPPLY AIR
6
12
10
35
40
3
255
C
50
SUPPLY AIR
9
6
410
12
10
RETURN AIR
7
11
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
MOUNTING BRACKET
MOTOR JUNCTION BOX
FOAM INSULATION
DRAIN CONNECTION
SUPPLY DUCT COLLAR
AIR VENT
FILTER (OPTIONAL)
MOUNTING LEGS (OPTIONAL)
RETURN DUCT COLLAR
DRAIN PAN
COIL WATER INLET
COIL WATER OUTLET
B
2
FILTER REMOVAL
6
11
12
380
5
3
900
130
SUPPLY AIR
5
430
2
4
3
*supply Duct Collar Is Cx365 For
All Concealed Horizontal Models.
FIGURE 5. CONCEALED HORIZENTAL MODELS
270
225
35
45
B
10
FIGURE 4. EXPOSED HORIZENTAL MODELS
5
11
�34
225
100
3
85
370
430
270
12
2
1
SUPPLY AIR
100
11
4
8
3
100
80
4
A
*supply Duct Collar Is Bx270 For All
Vertical Models.
160
Figure 6
EXPOSED VERTICAL FREE STANDING MODELS
Air CFM
Number
of Fans
A
B
C
DF 800
800
1
650
285
DF 1000
1000
1
750
DF 1200
1200
1
DF 1400
1400
DF 1600
Model
Nominal
Inlet Outlet Drain
Unit Weight (kg)
Oper.
Net
500
67
70
345
600
72
75
950
750
700
96
90
2
950
750
800
96
100
1600
2
1050
805
900
103
105
DF 1800
1800
2
1200
870
1050
112
118
DF 2000
2000
2
1350
960
1200
120
127
*All dimensions in mm except as specified
*All dimensions ± 5 mm
1�
1�
3/4"
*All dimensions are subject to change without notice
207
INSTALLATION
FLEXIBLE CONNECTION
(BY OTHERS)
FRESH AIR DAMPER
(OPTIONAL)
FASTENING ROD
(RAWL BOLT) (SEE DETAIL A)
RETURN AIR
SUPPLY AIR
RAWL
BOLT
FASTENING
SLOT
SPRING
RUBBER
CUSHION
M10
FALSE CEILING
ACCESS DOOR
(BY OTHERS)
SUSPENDED FASTENING DETAILS
DETAIL A
FASTENING ROD
(RAWL BOLT)
FRESH AIR GRILL WITH FILTER
(BY OTHERS)
FLEXIBLE CONNECTION
(BY OTHERS)
RAWL
BOLT
RETURN AIR
SUPPLY AIR
FASTENING
SLOT
SPRING
RUBBER
CUSHION
M10
FALSE CEILING
ACCESS DOOR
(BY OTHERS)
SUSPENDED FASTENING DETAILS
DETAIL A
55
X
RETURN AIR
40
20
40
12
15
0
80.1°
M
N
25
15
0
RAWL BOLT
3
23
200
A. FOR CONCRETE CEILING OR
HOLLOW CONCRETE BLOCKS
20
100
150
ø10
40
40
20mm
* The frame above is not included with units.
* All dimensions are in mm.
* The units are fastened to the Rawl bolts.
* The square metal plates in the end of hanger will be
placed inside concrete before concrete pouring.
* M for Exposed Horizontal models is equal to A in
dimension tables on page 13 and for Concealed
* Hori2ontal models is equal to C on the same page.
* N for Exposed Horizontal models is 650 mm and for
* Concealed Horizontal models is 155 mm.
* X should be determined according to ceiling dimentions.
* The thickness of metal angles (profiles) is at least 2 mm.
* 4 fastening rods for each unit are required.
208
16mm
56mm
d= 2mm
d: spring
wire
diameter
number of
coil= 3
(without
deginning
and ending)
* Using of springs to avoid transmission of vibration to the
building is strongly recommended.
* For each spring it is recommended that k = 9 N/mm
* Various types of springs could have a k of 9 N/mm. A
common example could be as in the figure
FRESH AIR
A. FOR CONCRETE CEILING OR
HOLLOW CONCRETE BLOCKS
Table 11
Wet
AIR ENTHALPY vs. ALTITUDE
Altitude
Bulb
Temp.
°F
0
35
13.01
13.18
13.36
13.54
13.74
13.94
36
13.44
13.62
13.8
14
14.20
14.41
37
13.87
14.06
14.25
14.46
14.67
14.89
38
14.32
14.51
14.71
14.92
15.14
15.37
39
14.77
14.97
15.18
15.4
15.63
15.87
40
15.23
15.44
15.66
15.89
16.12
16.37
41
15.7
15.92
16.14
16.38
16.63
16.89
42
16.17
16.42
16.64
16.88
17.14
17.41
43
16.66
16.89
17.14
17.39
17.66
17.94
44
17.15
17.39
17.65
17.92
18.20
18.49
45
17.65
17.91
18.17
18.45
18.74
19.04
46
18.16
18.43
18.7
18.99
19.29
19.61
47
18.68
18.96
19.25
19.55
19.86
20.19
48
19.21
19.5
19.8
20.11
20.44
20.78
20.69
21.03
2 1 .38
0
1000 (ft.) 2000 (ft.) 3000 (ft.) 4000 (ft.) 5000 (ft.)
315 (m)
625 (m)
940 (m)
1250 (m) 1560 (m)
Enthalpy of Air (Btu/lb.)
49
19.75
20.05
20.36
50
20.30
20.61
20.94
21.27
21.63
22.00
51
20.86
21.19
21.52
21.87
22.24
22.62
52
21.44
21.77
22.12
22.49
22.87
23.27
53
22.02
22.37
22.73
23.11
23.51
23.92
54
22.62
22.98
23.36
23.75
24.16
55
23.22
23.6
23.99
24.4
24.83
24.5 9
25.28
56
23.84
24.24
24.64
25.07
25.51
25.98
57
24.48
24.88
25.31
25.75
26.21
26.69
58
25.12
25.55
25.99
26.44
26.92
27.42
59
25.78
26.22
26.68
27.15
27.65
28.17
60
26.46
26.92
27.39
27.88
28.40
28.94
61
27.15
27.62
28.11
28.62
29.16
29.72
62
27.85
28.34
28.85
29.39
29.94
30.52
63
28.57
29.08
29.61
30.16
30.74
64
29.31
29.84
30.39
30.96
31.56
3 1 .35
32.19
65
30.06
30.61
31.18
31.77
32.39
33.05
0
0
66
30.83
31.4
31.99
32.61
33.25
33.93
500
67
31.62
32.21
32.82
33.46
34.13
34.83
68
32.42
33.03
33.67
34.33
35.03
69
33.25
33.88
34.54
35.32
70
34.09
34.74
35.43
71
34.95
35.63
72
35.83
73
Table 12
AIR DENSITY vs. ALTITUDE
Density
Press.
lb./ft.3
in. w.g
0.07 50
29.92
(160)
0.07 39
29.38
1000
(310)
0.07 28
28.85
35.75
1500
(460)
0.07 18
28.33
35.95
36.70
2000
(610)
0.07 07
27.82
36.14
36.89
37.67
2500
(770)
0.06 97
27.31
36.34
37.08
37.85
38.67
3000
(920)
0.06 86
26.82
36.54
37.27
38.04
38.84
39.69
3500
(1070)
0.06 76
26.32
36.74
37.46
38.23
39.02
39.86
40.73
4000
(1220)
0.06 66
25.84
74
37.66
38.42
39.2
40.03
40.89
4500
(1380)
0.06 56
25.36
75
38.61
39.39
40.21
41.06
41.96
4 1 .80
42.90
5000
(1530)
0.06 46
24.90
76
39.57
40.39
41.23
42.12
43.05
44.02
5500
(1680)
0.06 37
24.43
77
40.57
41.41
42.29
43.21
44.17
45.18
6000
(1830)
0.06 27
23.98
78
41.58
42.45
43.36
44.32
45.32
46.36
6500
(1990)
0.06 17
23.53
79
42.62
43.53
44.47
45.46
46.49
47.58
7000
(2140)
0.06 08
23.09
80
43.69
44.62
45.6
46.63
47.70
48.83
7500
(2290)
0.05 99
22.65
81
44.78
45.75
46.76
47.83
48.94
50.10
8000
(2440)
0.05 90
22.22
82
45.9
46.91
47.95
49.05
50.21
8500
(2600)
0.05 80
21.80
83
47.04
48.09
49.18
50.32
51.51
5 1 .42
52.76
9000
(2750)
0.05 71
21.39
84
48.22
49.3
50.43
51.61
52.85
54.15
9500
(2900)
0.05 63
20.98
85
49.43
50.33
51.71
52.94
54.22
55.57
10000
(3050)
0.05 54
20.58
Altitude Feet (meters)
209
210
211
212
UNIT HEATERS
213
UNIT HEATER
INTRODUCTION
This catalogue consists comprehensive
information of unit heaters manufactured by
Tahvieh Azar Nasim Company. Unit heaters of this
company are designed for provision of warm air
for industries, sport salons, store houses, pools
and other similar places and heating fluid of these
unit heaters is pumped hot water or water steam
system. This system is usually installed above
the ground level and air outlet is in horizontal or
vertical position.
Main elements details:
Main structure of each unit heater consists of
aluminum or steel body or fiberglass decorative
body, heating coil made of copper or steel
pipes and aluminum fins, air outlet damper has
adjustable single blades and propeller fan and
electromotor, axial fan and related guard, four
hanging plates according air outlet position
(horizontal or vertical) for installation of unit
heaters at the place.
Body:
The body is made of steel sheet with appropriate
thickness together with one layer of baked furnace
color; body of the decorative is made of fiberglass
and aluminum body with aluminum sheets without
color in different sizes and dimensions.
Coils:
Water coils are made of copper pipes and water
steam coils are made of seamless steel pipes.
Standard fins of both coils are made of aluminum fins.
Copper fins may be made upon request. Electrical coil
may replace water or steam coils as well.
Fan electromotor:
Electromotor of unit heaters are single velocity.
ordinary electro motors are supplied with low
velocity or any velocity according to order of he
customer. Single phase and three phase motors
both may be supplied upon request of the
customer.
(for industrial, hothouse units centrifugal fans are
used with static and dynamic balance.)
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Fireproof electro motors (anti friction)
For dangerous places, elector motors with Exd
certificate , Zonel, A11, B11 and heat temperature
of class T4 is supplied. Velocity of existing electro
motors is 1400 RPM which are wire wrapped as
single phase or three phases.
Air damper:
Dampers are manually adjustable in which every
blade is regulated singly and installed in outlet of
unit heater. For hothouse unit heaters no damper
is installed and standing industrial units dampers
are according to Italian ARISIO brand.
Classification of unit heaters:
1. General Industrial Unit Heaters
2. Standing Industrial Unit Heater
3. Hot house Unit Heaters (special for high
temperatures above 60 centigrade)
All the three types may be designed and produced
using hot water, steam, hot oil coils and electrical coils.
<Note: for this special case antistatic blade
fans are supplied.
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General Industrial Unit Heaters
Figure 1
Model
L
W
H
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
TU 40w-60S
500
350
500
300
120
80
100
410
2700
TU 50w-75S
500
350
500
300
120
80
100
410
TU 70w-115S
580
350
580
390
120
80
100
TU 80w-140S
580
350
580
390
120
80
TU 120w-160S
660
350
660
460
120
TU 150w-230S
750
350
750
540
TU 180w-280S
Water (Inch)
Steam (Inch)
In
Out
In
Out
6500
1
1
1
3/4
3000
8800
1
1
1
3/4
410
3200
9100
1
1
1
3/4
100
410
4000 12000
1
1
1
3/4
80
100
410
4000 13000 1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
1
120
80
100
410
4000 14000 1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
1
750
350
750
540
120
80
100
410
4500 14500 1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
1
TU 200w-300S
810
350
810
610
120
80
100
410
4500 15000 1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
1
TU 250w-400S
850
350
850
650
120
80
100
410
4500 16000 1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
1
Note: All Dimensions in mm
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Table 
-Hot Water Unit Heater Ratings
Model
Air Flow
CFM
BTU/hr.
1400 RPM
Water Flow
GPM
Water Pressure
Drop (Ft.Wg)
MOTOR
Amps
Power (w)
TU 40w
1300
42000
4.2
0.55
120
0.6
TU 50w
1400
54000
5.4
0.62
120
0.6
TU 70w
1900
74000
7.4
0.92
150
0.7
TU 80w
2100
82000
8.2
1.15
150
0.7
TU 120w
2400
120000
12
1.4
170
0.8
TU 150w
3000
155000
15.4
3
170
0.8
TU 180w
3500
180000
18
3.7
170
0.8
TU 200w
3700
220000
22
3.5
170
0.8
TU 250w
3900
260000
26
4
170
0.8
Table 3
-Hot
Heater Ratings
900Flow
RPM
Water
Air Water
Flow Unit BTU/hr.
Model
GPM
CFM
Water Pressure
Drop (Ft.Wg)
MOTOR
Power (w)
Amps
TU 40w
800
29000
3
0.4
90
0.43
TU 50w
900
39000
4
0.47
90
0.43
TU 70w
1250
58000
5.8
0.65
100
0.48
TU 80w
1350
63000
6.3
0.76
100
0.48
TU 120w
1500
90000
9
0.99
110
0.52
TU 150w
1800
120000
12
2.2
170
0.7
TU 180w
2500
150000
15
2.7
170
0.7
TU 200w
2700
182000
18.2
2.5
170
0.7
TU 250w
2900
220000
22
2.9
170
0.7
F Entering Air Temperature on 180˚F Entering Water and 60˚*Standard ratings are based.
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Table 
Model
Air Flow
CFM
BTU/hr.
MOTOR
Power (w)
Amps
TU
60 S
1200
62000
120
0.6
TU
75 S
1300
74000
120
0.6
TU 115 S
1800
115000
150
0.7
TU 140 S
2000
140000
150
0.7
0.8
TU 160 S
2200
160000
170
TU 230 S
3000
230000
170
0.8
TU 280 S
3400
280000
170
0.8
TU 300 S
3700
340000
170
0.8
TU 400 S
3800
450000
170
0.8
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Table 
Model
Air Flow
CFM
BTU/hr.
MOTOR
Power (w)
Amps
TU
60 S
800
45000
90
0.43
TU
75 S
900
54000
90
0.43
TU 115 S
1200
94000
100
0.48
TU 140 S
1350
110000
100
0.48
TU 160 S
1500
130000
110
0.52
TU 230 S
1700
180000
170
0.7
TU 280 S
2500
240000
170
0.7
TU 300 S
2700
280000
170
0.7
TU 400 S
2900
390000
170
0.7
F Entering Air Temperature˚* Standard ratings are based on 30 psi steam pressure and 60˚
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Table 6
CFM Correction Factors Data
-10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
1.155
1.130
1.105
1.082
1.060
1.040
1.020
1.000
0.982
0.964
0.945
0.930
Table 7
Hot Water Correction Factors
Entering Air Temp. °F
150
160
30
1.035
40
0.940
50
220
230
240
250
1.545
1.640
1.720
1.810
1.895
1.440
1.535
1.620
1.700
1.785
1.265
1.345
1.430
1.510
1.600
1.690
1.080
1.165
1.240
1.325
1.405
1.500
1.580
0.905
0.980
1.070
1.150
1.235
1.315
1.392
1.480
1.380
190
200
210
1.295
1.380
1.465
1.195
1.275
1.360
1.050
1.090
1.175
0.835
0.920
1.000
0.745
0.825
170
180
1.115
1.210
1.025
1.105
0.840
0.930
60
0.743
70
0.650
80
0.570
0.650
0.735
0.815
0.895
0.980
1.060
1.140
1.220
1.300
90
0.475
0.565
0.640
0.720
0.805
0.885
0.965
1.050
1.130
1.210
1.280
100
0.395
0.475
0.560
0.710
0.790
0.875
0.955
1.035
1.115
1.165
1.185
Table 8
Steam Correction Factors
Entering Air Temp. °F
0
2
5
10
15
20
30
40
50
60
80
100
125
150
175
200
-30
1.133
1.163
1.200
1.258
1.308
1.348
1.420
1.482
1.532
1.585
1.654
1.717
1.792
1.847
1.903
1.956
-20
1.082
1.113
1.153
1.211
1.258
1.301
1.373
1.431
1.483
1.528
1.605
1.670
1.740
1.801
1.855
1.903
-10
1.036
1.066
1.107
1.164
1.212
1.254
1.325
1.384
1.436
1.481
1.558
1.623
1.693
1.755
1.808
1.856
0
0.989
1.020
1.060
1.117
1.166
1.207
1.278
1.338
1.386
1.434
1.512
1.576
1.647
1.708
1.762
1.810
10
0.942
0.973
1.013
1.071
1.118
1.161
1.233
1.292
1.342
1.388
1.465
1.530
1.601
1.660
1.715
1.764
20
0.894
0.926
0.967
1.024
1.073
1.114
1.186
1.244
1.296
1.341
1.418
1.483
1.553
1.615
1.669
1.717
30
0.849
0.880
0.920
0.977
1.026
1.067
1.139
1.198
1.250
1.294
1.372
1.436
1.506
1.568
1.622
1.670
40
0.802
0.883
0.873
0.930
0.978
1.021
1.092
1.151
1.202
1.248
1.325
1.390
1.461
1.521
1.575
1.628
45
0.779
0.810
0.850
0.907
0.955
0.997
1.069
1.128
1.180
1.224
1.302
1.366
1.436
1.496
1.552
1.601
50
0.756
0.786
0.827
0.884
0.932
0.974
1.045
1.104
1.156
1.201
1.273
1.343
1.414
1.474
1.529
1.576
55
0.732
0.763
0.803
0.861
0.908
0.951
1.023
1.081
1.133
1.178
1.255
1.320
1.390
1.451
1.505
1.553
60
0.709
0.740
0.780
0.837
0.885
0.927
1.000
1.058
1.109
1.154
1.231
1.297
1.367
1.427
1.482
1.531
65
0.686
0.716
0.757
0.814
0.862
0.904
0.976
1.034
1.086
1.131
1.209
1.273
1.343
1.407
1.459
1.506
70
0.662
0.693
0.733
0.791
0.838
0.881
0.935
1.011
1.063
1.108
1.186
1.250
1.320
1.380
1.435
1.484
75
0.639
0.670
0.710
0.767
0.815
0.857
0.939
0.988
1.040
1.084
1.163
1.226
1.297
1.357
1.412
1.460
0.687
0.744
0.792
0.934
0.906
0.865
1.016
1.061
1.139
1.203
1.273
1.335
1.389
1.436
0.663
0.720
0.768
0.811
0.883
0.941
1.993
1.038
1.116
1.180
1.251
1.310
1.365
1.414
80
0.616
0.646
85
0.592
0.623
90
0.562
0.600
0.640
0.696
0.745
0.787
0.860
0.918
0.969
1.014
1.093
1.156
1.226
1.288
1.342
1.390
100
0.522
0.533
0.593
0.650
0.698
0.732
0.813
0.871
0.923
0.968
1.045
1.110
1.181
1.240
1.295
1.344
110
0.476
0.506
0.547
0.603
0.652
0.694
0.766
0.825
0.876
0.921
0.998
1.063
1.134
1.194
1.248
1.297
120
0.429
0.460
0.500
0.556
0.605
0.647
0.720
0.778
0.830
0.874
0.952
1.027
1.086
1.147
1.201
1.251
140
0.336
0.366
0.407
0.464
0.512
0.554
0.626
0.685
0.737
0.781
0.858
0.923
0.993
1.055
1.108
1.156
160
0.242
0.273
0.313
0.370
0.418
0.460
0.533
0.591
0.642
0.688
0.765
0.831
0.901
0.961
1.012
1.065
180
0.149
0.179
0.220
0.227
0.325
0.367
0.439
0.498
0.550
0.594
0.671
0.737
0.808
0.868
0.921
0.970
200
0.056
0.085
0.127
0.183
0.232
0.274
0.345
0.405
0.455
0.501
0.577
0.643
0.713
0.775
0.775
0.876
Table 9
Pressure (psi)
0
2
3
5
8
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
60
Temperature °F
212.00
218.47
221.50
227.16
234.78
239.41
249.73
258.85
266.85
274.64
280.64
286.74
292.37
297.70
307.30
Latent Heat Btu/Lb
970.40
966.20
964.27
960.54
955.58
952.49
945.49
939.26
933.63
923.77
923.77
919.14
915.14
911.24
903.91
Cont. Table 9
Pressure (psi)
70
75
80
90
100
110
120
125
130
140
150
175
200
225
250
Temperature °F
316.03
320.00
323.89
331.16
337.86
344.22
350.09
353.00
355.65
360.89
365.92
377.47
387.88
397.27
406.01
Latent Heat Btu/Lb
897.28
894.20
8891.20
885.42
880.82
874.85
870.05
867.70
865.48
861.12
856.92
847.02
838.00
828.30
820.00
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PIPING
As the function of a unit heater is to transfer heat from steam
or hot water to the surrounding Area. It´s necessary that the
steam or hot water be delivered to the unit and removed from
it In required quantity and condition.
The piping of the unit heaters must conform strictly to the
system requirements, while at the same intended. The
following are a few piping guidelines which must be observed
when Designing piping system for unit heaters.
1. Steam and condensate lines in steam unit, must be sized
for maximum load condition. This rule must be observed
in hot water units, too. The maximum pressure loss in hot
water Piping is 1m H2o per 30 m equal length of piping.
2. In steam unit heaters installation, the supply line should
be pitched towards the main line In order to prevent of
condensate flow into main line where it might reduce
capacity and Cause noise, in hot water unit heaters both
supply and return lines should be paralleled towards the
unit.
3. The return line in steam unit heaters must be installed
at minimum 300 mm below the unit, This prevents
accumulation of condensate water in the return line,
check valve, strainers and Traps. It also increases life
time of this parts and will improve unit operation.
4. By using a steam trap in return line can improve heating
capacity certainly. The trap size Must be proportionate
to unit capacity, otherwise, the condensate water will
accumulate in The unit or steam will eject from return
line.
5. Dirt trap in return line, prevent entrance of dirt and scales
in to the pipe line. Furthermore, by cleaning the dirt trap
cartridge, you can throw away all scales and dirt from inside
the Pipe line.
6. By connecting an air vent (at least 3/4") on top of the return line,
can dearate piping system, periodically.
7. In order to improve the efficiency of system, it's necessary
to insulate all pipe lines witch Are in contact with cold air
in winter.
8. Steam piping and unit heaters should be supported
independently.
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AIR VENT
GATE VALVE
(SHUT OFF)
GATE VALVE
(SHUT OFF)
STEAM MAIN
HWR
HWS
UNION
CONDENSATE
UNION
BALL VALVE (BALANCING)
DRAIN VALVE
DRAIN POCKET
STRAINER
HOT WATER SYSTEMS
STEAM TRAP
SWING CHECK VALVE
STEAM HEATING SYSTEMS
Table 10
Sitting Bracket Dimensions
Model
220
A
B
C
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
TU 40w -60s
800
540
TU 50w -75s
800
TU 70w -115s
Weight (kg)
W
S
380
25
32
540
385
27
34
800
620
385
31
38
TU 80w -140s
800
620
385
33
40
TU 120w -160s
800
700
385
38
45
TU 150w -230s
800
795
385
45
52
TU 180w -280s
800
795
385
46
55
TU 200w -300s
800
850
385
52
60
TU 250w -400s
800
890
385
60
67
Standing Industrial Unit Heater
Table 11
Dimensions
Model
L
W
A
B
TU 50 -85 W - S
950
700
300
60
TU 65 -90 W - S
1000
750
300
60
TU 70 -120 W - S
1300
800
300
60
TU 75 -125 W - S
1350
850
300
TU 90 -140 W - S
1500
1000
300
C
D
E
1000
400
1000
400
1100
400
80
1100
400
80
1150
400
No. of
Rows
Coil
Width
TU 90 -170 W - S
1800
1000
300
80
1
100
1150
400
TU 100 -170 W - S
180
1100
300
100
2
150
1150
400
TU 100 -185 W - S
1950
1100
400
100
3
180
1200
500
TU 100 -200 W - S
2100
1100
400
120
1200
500
TU 100 -220 W - S
2300
1100
400
120
1150
400
Note: All Dimensions in mm
221
Standing Industrial Hot Water Unit Heater Ratings
2 Rows coil
Table 12
Model
TU 50 85 W
TU 65-90 W
TU 70-120 W
TU 75-125 W
TU 90-140 W
TU 90-170 W
TU 100-170 W
TU 100-185 W
TU 100-200 W
TU 100-220 W
222
Air Flow
CFM
RPM
2000
2500
MOTOR
Fan Size
BTU/hr.
Water Flow
GPM
199000
20
248400
25
Power (w)
Amps
596
0.5
0.78
620
0.75
1.18
3000
657
0.75
1.18
298000
30
3500
705
0.75
1.18
348000
35
3000
545
0.75
1.18
299000
30
3250
566
0.75
1.18
322920
33
3900
615
1
1.5
387504
39
4000
640
1
1.5
397440
40
3800
590
1
1.5
378000
38
4500
620
1.5
2.3
448000
45
5250
686
1.5
2.3
522000
53
5400
705
1.5
2.3
537000
54
4000
615
1.5
2.3
398000
40
4600
640
1.5
2.3
457000
46
5000
686
2
3.15
496800
50
6000
710
2
3.15
597000
60
6500
650
1.5
2.3
646000
65
7000
690
1.5
2.3
695500
70
7800
705
2
3.15
775000
78
8400
757
2
3.15
835000
84
8000
528
1.5
2.3
795000
80
844500
85
1�14
1�14
1�14
1�16
1�16
8500
551
2
3.15
9000
595
2
3.15
895000
90
10200
604
2
3.15
1000000
100
8900
507
2
3.15
885000
89
9500
530
2
3.15
944000
95
10500
551
3
4.7
1045000
105
11400
640
3
4.7
1130000
114
9300
420
3
4.7
925000
93
10600
460
4
6.3
1050000
105
11000
482
4
6.3
1095000
109
12600
530
4
6.3
1250000
125
10000
420
4
6.3
994000
100
11000
439
5.5
8.6
1092000
110
12000
482
5.5
8.6
1192000
120
13200
528
5.5
8.6
1310000
131
11600
469
2x3
2x4.7
1152000
116
12500
486
2x3
2x4.7
1242000
125
13800
507
2x4
2x6.3
1371000
138
15000
528
2x4
2x6.3
1490500
150
1�19
1�19
1�22
1�22
2�19
Standing Industrial Hot Water Unit Heater Ratings
3 Rows coil
Table 13
Model
TU 50 85 W
TU 65-90 W
TU 70-120 W
TU 75-125 W
TU 90-140 W
TU 90-170 W
TU 100-170 W
TU 100-185 W
TU 100-200 W
TU 100-220 W
Air Flow
CFM
RPM
2000
2500
MOTOR
Fan Size
BTU/hr.
Water Flow
GPM
238000
24
297000
30
Power (w)
Amps
596
0.5
0.78
620
0.75
1.18
3000
657
0.75
1.18
356000
36
3500
705
0.75
1.18
416000
42
3000
545
0.75
1.18
356000
36
3250
566
0.75
1.18
386000
39
3900
615
1
1.5
464000
47
4000
640
1
1.5
475000
48
3800
590
1
1.5
451000
46
4500
620
1.5
2.3
534600
54
5250
686
1.5
2.3
624000
63
5400
705
1.5
2.3
642000
65
4000
615
1.5
2.3
476000
48
4600
640
1.5
2.3
546500
55
5000
686
2
3.15
594000
60
6000
710
2
3.15
712800
72
6500
650
1.5
2.3
772000
78
7000
690
1.5
2.3
832000
84
7800
705
2
3.15
927000
93
8400
757
2
3.15
998000
100
8000
528
1.5
2.3
950000
95
8500
3.15
1�14
1�14
1�14
1�16
1�16
1000000
100
1070000
107
3.15
1210000
121
2
3.15
1058000
106
530
2
3.15
1129000
113
10500
551
3
4.7
1248000
125
11400
640
3
4.7
1355000
136
9300
420
3
4.7
1105000
111
10600
460
4
6.3
1259000
126
11000
482
4
6.3
1306000
131
12600
530
4
6.3
1497000
150
10000
420
4
6.3
1188000
119
11000
439
5.5
8.6
1307000
131
12000
482
5.5
8.6
1426000
143
13200
528
5.5
8.6
1568000
157
11600
469
2x3
2x4.7
1378000
138
12500
486
2x3
2x4.7
1485000
1498
13800
507
2x4
2x6.3
1640000
164
15000
528
2x4
2x6.3
1782000
179
551
2
9000
595
2
3.15
10200
604
2
8900
507
9500
1�19
1�19
1�22
1�22
2�19
*Standard Entering Hot water 180˚F
223
Standing Industrial Steam Unit Heater Ratings
1 Row coil
Table 14
Model
TU 50 85 s
TU 65-90 s
TU 70-120 s
TU 75-125 s
TU 90-140 s
TU 90-170 s
TU 100-170 s
TU 100-185 s
TU 100-200 s
TU 100-220 s
Air Flow
CFM
RPM
2200
Fan Size
BTU/hr.
Power (w)
Amps
682
0.75
1.18
2750
693
0.75
1.18
3300
720
1
1.5
3850
760
1.5
2.3
386600
3300
615
1
1.5
332000
3575
625
1
1.5
4290
665
1.5
2.3
4400
690
1.5
2.3
442000
4180
645
1.5
2.3
420000
4950
693
2
3.15
5775
745
2
3.15
5940
760
2
3.15
221000
1�14
1�14
1�14
276000
332000
359000
432000
497000
580000
597000
4400
658
2
3.15
442000
5060
690
2
3.15
510000
5500
745
3
4.7
6600
813
3
4.7
663000
7150
714
2
3.15
718000
7700
750
2
3.15
8580
760
3
4.7
9240
860
3
4.7
928000
8800
574
2
3.15
884000
9350
595
3
4.7
9900
636
3
4.7
11220
660
3
4.7
1127000
9790
574
2
3.15
984000
10450
595
3
4.7
11550
636
3
4.7
12540
665
3
4.7
1260000
10230
461
4
6.3
1028000
11660
496
5.5
8.6
12100
516
5.5
8.6
13860
559
5.5
8.6
1392000
11000
461
5.5
8.6
1105000
12100
478
7.5
11.8
13200
516
7.5
11.8
14520
574
7.5
11.8
1459000
12860
525
2x4
2x6.3
1292000
13750
537
2x4
2x6.3
15180
554
2x5.5
2x8.6
16500
574
2x5.5
2x8.6
*Standard steam pressure 30 PSI
224
MOTOR
1�16
1�16
1�19
1�19
1�22
1�22
2�19
553000
774000
862000
939000
995000
1050000
1160000
1172000
1215000
1215000
1326000
1381000
1525000
1657000
Standing Industrial Steam Unit Heater Ratings
2 Rows coil
Table 15
Model
Air Flow
CFM
RPM
TU 50 85 s
2200
TU 65-90 s
TU 70-120 s
TU 75-125 s
TU 90-140 s
TU 90-170 s
TU 100-170 s
TU 100-185 s
TU 100-200 s
TU 100-220 s
MOTOR
Fan Size
BTU/hr.
Power (w)
Amps
682
0.75
1.18
2750
693
0.75
1.18
3300
720
1
1.5
3850
760
1.5
2.3
475000
3300
615
1
1.5
410000
3575
625
1
1.5
4290
665
1.5
2.3
4400
690
1.5
2.3
542000
4180
645
1.5
2.3
515000
4950
693
2
3.15
5775
745
2
3.15
5940
760
2
3.15
732000
542000
271000
1�14
1�14
1�14
339000
406000
440000
529000
610000
712000
4400
658
2
3.15
5060
690
2
3.15
5500
745
3
4.7
6600
813
3
4.7
812000
7150
714
2
3.15
881000
7700
750
2
3.15
8580
760
3
4.7
9240
860
3
4.7
1138000
8800
574
2
3.15
1084000
9350
595
3
4.7
9900
636
3
4.7
11220
660
3
4.7
1382000
9790
574
2
3.15
1206000
10450
595
3
4.7
11550
636
3
4.7
12540
665
3
4.7
1544000
10230
461
4
6.3
1260000
11660
496
5.5
8.6
12100
516
5.5
8.6
13860
559
5.5
8.6
1707000
11000
461
5.5
8.6
1355000
12100
478
7.5
11.8
13200
516
7.5
11.8
14520
574
7.5
11.8
1788000
12860
525
2x4
2x6.3
1584000
13750
537
2x4
2x6.3
15180
554
2x5.5
2x8.6
16500
574
2x5.5
2x8.6
1�16
1�16
1�19
1�19
1�22
1�22
2�19
623000
678000
949000
1057000
1152000
1219000
1287000
1422000
1436000
1490000
1490000
1626000
1693000
1869000
2032000
225
Hot House Unit Heater
UNIT HEATER
RETURN CHANEL
Table 16
Dimensions
Model
L
W
H
A
TU 50 -40 W -S
750
650
700
300
TU 40 -50 W -S
800
750
800
300
TU 50 -50 W -S
800
750
800
300
TU 50 -60 W -S
850
800
800
300
B
No. of
Rows
Coil
Width
TU 60 -60 W -S
850
800
800
300
TU 75 -75 W -S
1000
900
900
300
1
100
TU 75 -75 W -S
1100
1000
900
300
2
150
TU 90 -90 W -S
1250
1150
1100
300
3
180
TU 90 -90 W -S
1300
1200
1100
300
TU 100 -100 W-S
1600
1400
1300
300
Note: All Dimensions in mm
226
Hot House, Hot Water Unit Heater Ratings
2 Rows coil
Table 17
Model
Air Flow
CFM
BTU/hr.
Water �ow
GPM
Fan Size
MOTOR
Power (w)
Amps
TU
50-40 w
1500
150000
15
1 × 14 "
0.5
0.78
TU
40-50 w
2000
198000
20
1 × 14 "
0.5
0.78
TU
50-50 w
2500
248000
25
1 × 14 "
0.75
1.18
TU
50-60 w
3000
299000
30
1 × 14 "
0.75
1.18
TU
60-60 w
3600
358000
36
1 × 16 "
1.5
2.3
TU
60-75 w
4500
448000
45
1 × 16 "
1.5
2.3
TU
75-75 w
5500
547000
55
1 × 18 "
2
3.15
TU
90-90 w
6500
646000
65
1 × 19 "
2
3.15
TU
90-90 w
8000
795000
80
1 × 19 "
3
4.7
10000
994000
100
1 × 22 "
4
6.3
TU 100 -100 w
Hot House, Hot Water Unit Heater Ratings
3 Rows coil
Table 18
Model
Air Flow
CFM
BTU/hr.
Water �ow
GPM
Fan Size
MOTOR
Power (w)
Amps
TU
50-40 w
2000
237000
24
1 × 14 "
0.5
0.78
TU
40-50 w
2500
297000
30
1 × 14 "
0.75
1.18
TU
50-50 w
3200
381000
39
1 × 14 "
0.75
1.18
TU
50-60 w
4000
475000
48
1 × 14 "
1.5
2.3
TU
60-60 w
4600
547000
55
1 × 16 "
1.5
2.3
TU
60-75 w
5500
654000
66
1 × 16 "
2
3.15
TU
75-75 w
6800
808000
81
1 × 18 "
2
3.15
TU
90-90 w
8000
950000
96
1 × 19 "
3
4.7
TU
90-90 w
9000
1069000
108
1 × 19 "
4
6.3
11000
1307000
132
1 × 22 "
5
8.6
TU 100 -100 w
227
Hothouse Steam Unit Heater Ratings
1 Row coil
Table 19
Model
Air Flow
CFM
BTU/hr.
MOTOR
Fan Size
Power (Hp)
Amps
TU
50-40 w
2000
200000
1 × 14 "
0.5
0.78
TU
40-50 w
2500
252000
1 × 14 "
0.75
1.18
TU
50-50 w
3000
300000
1 × 14 "
0.75
1.18
TU
50-60 w
3800
382000
1 × 14 "
1.5
2.3
TU
60-60 w
4500
452000
1 × 16 "
1.5
2.3
TU
60-75 w
5400
544000
1 × 16 "
2
3.15
TU
75-75 w
6500
655000
1 × 18 "
2
3.15
TU
90-90 w
8200
823000
1 × 19 "
3
4.7
TU
90-90 w
10000
1000000
1 × 19 "
4
6.3
12000
1200000
1 × 22 "
5.5
8.6
TU 100 -100 w
Hothouse Steam Unit Heater Ratings
2 Rows coil
Table 20
Model
Air Flow
CFM
BTU/hr.
MOTOR
Fan Size
Power (Hp)
Amps
TU
50-40 w
2500
308000
1 × 14 "
0.75
1.18
TU
40-50 w
3200
393000
1 × 14 "
1.5
1.18
TU
50-50 w
3900
480000
1 × 14 "
1.5
2.3
TU
50-60 w
5000
615000
1 × 14 "
2
2.3
TU
60-60 w
5500
678000
1 × 16 "
2
3.15
TU
60-75 w
7000
861000
1 × 16 "
3
3.15
TU
75-75 w
8000
984000
1 × 18 "
3
4.7
TU
90-90 w
9500
1169000
1 × 19 "
4
6.3
TU
90-90 w
12000
1477000
1 × 19 "
5.5
8.6
14000
1724000
1 × 22 "
7.5
11.8
TU 100 -100 w
228
MODEL SELECTION:
Once determined the minimum volume of the air to be
circulated inside the environment and Select the minimum
number of units to install, the sizes and features of the
units that better Fulfill the installation necessities have to
be pointed out in the tables. Generally it's better to Select
the units working at normal ration speed.
MAIN TENANCE RULES:
Azar Nasim unit heaters are hydraulically and
mechanically tested. For this reason, along Working time is
guaranteed without defect. The operating and the duration
of the unit heaters Can be improved and extended following
a maintenance program as listed below.
FAN MOTOR ASSEMBLY:
In case of various interventions of the magnetic starter,
measure the current absorption (Amp) and be sure that
it's not greater than the ratings of motor. The bearings are
self Lubricated closed type and don t require particular
maintenance and lubrication. If they will Result particularly
noisy; please order to replacing them, at the beginning of
each working Period, control that the blade is clean and
without fouling on the both sides on the contrary Dismount
the blade and put into a degreasing solution.
HEATING COIL:
At the beginning of each working period, it is necessary
to clean the exchanging coil By means of blower with
compressed air or brushing. In case of grease presence,
Wash the finned pack with a degreasing solution and pay
attention to don t wet the motor and Affect a well done
drying of the exchanging coil before starting. The necessity
and Frequency of the cleaning depends on the dust inside
the environment where the unit heaters Are installed.
Generally the above maintenance is elected yearly before
each winter. During such maintenance, control the fixing
screws, in motor mounting, blade and brackets, Regarding
the spare parts of the unit and the ratings of the motor.
229
AEC
AC
CFM
Air - Cooled
Air Flow Rate (Ft.³/l\/lin)
CF
Correction Factor for Entering Air Temprature
CT
Condesing Temperature (°F)
EAT
Entering Air Temperature (°F)
EDB
Entering Dry Bulb Temperature (°F)
EWB
Entering VVet Bulb Temperature (°F)
EWT
Entering Water Temperature (°F)
EHT
Entering Hot Water Temperature (°F)
FA
FLA
FV
CPM
Coil Face Area Sq.. FT
Full Load Amps
Face Velocity (Ft/min)
Condenser Water Flow Rate
HP
Normal Horse power
H1
Enthalpy of Air Entering Evaporator Coil (Btu/Lb)
H2
Enthalpy of Air Leaving Evaporator Coil (Btu/Lb)
HZ
Network Frequency (S-¹)
kw
Compressor Power Input (kw)
LDB
Leaving Dry Bulb Temperature (°F)
Leq
Equivalent Length of Pipe From Package to Condenser Ft
LRA
Locked Rotate Amps
PD
Pressure Drop (Feet of Water)
PH
Phase
RLA
Rated Load Amps
SC
Starting Current Amps
SHC
Sensible Heat Capacity (MBH)
SP
Static Pressure (Inch of Water)
TC
Total Capacity (MBH)
THR
V
W.C
230
Air Entering Condencer Temperature (°F)
Total Heat Rejection (MBH)
Voltage
Water - Cooler
MBH ................................................................... (kBtu/hr.)
Q T....................................... Total Cooling Load (kBtu/hr.)
Q S................................. Sensible Cooling Load (kBtu/hr.)
RH .........................................................Relative Humidity
RPM ...............................................Revolution Per minute
WB................................................ Air Wet Bulb Temp (˚F)
w.g. ............................................................... Water Gauge
AEC..................Air Entering Condenser Temperature (°F)
AC......................................................................Air-Cooled
CFM..............................................Air Flow Rate (Ft .³/min)
CF............Correction Factor for entering Air Temperature
CT........................................Condensing Temperature (°F)
EAT......................................Entering Air Temperature (°F)
EDB...........................Entering Dry Bulb Temperature (°F)
EHT.........................Entering Hot Water Temperature (°F)
EWB.............................Entering Wet Bulb Temperature (°F)
EWT................................Entering Water Temperature (°F)
FA..............................................................Coil Face Area Sq..Ft
FLA....................................................................Full Load Amps
FV.....................................................Face Velocity (Ft/min)
GPM............................................Condenser Water Flow Rate
HP............................................................Normal Horse Power
H1.........Entering of Air Entering Evaporator Coil (Btu/Lb)
H2..........Enthalpy of Air Leaving Evaporator Coil (Btu/Lb)
HZ...............................................Network Frequency (s-1)
KW...........................................Compressor Power Input (Kw)
LDB................................Leaving Dry Bulb Temperature (°F)
Leq................Equivalent Length of Pipe From Package to
Condenser Ft. (meter)
LRA.....................................................Locked Rotor Amps
PD.............................................Pressure Drop (Feet of water)
PH..............................................................................Phase
RLA.........................................................Rated Load Amps
SC...................................................Starting Current Amps
SHC....................................Sensible Heat Capacity (MBH)
SP......................................Static Pressure (Inch of Water)
TC......................................................Total Capacity (MBH)
THR..........................................Total Heat Rejection (MBH)
V.........................................................................................Voltage
W.C......................................................................Water - Cooled
CT......................................... Total Load Correction Factor
CS.................................. Sensible Load Correction Factor
C WB................................ Air Wet Bulb Correction Factor
C A........................................... Altitude Correction Factor
CFM ..............................................Air flow rate (Ft.3/min)
DX ....................................................Direct Expansion Coil
E / L...................................................... Entering / Leaving
EDB / LDB.................. ENT. /Lea. Air Dry Bulb Temp. (˚F)
EWB / LWB ……………...Ent. / Lea. Air Wet Bulb Temp. (˚F)
EWT .........................................Entering Water Temp. (˚F)
FPI................................................................ Fins per Inch
FA...................................................... Coil Face Area (Ft.2)
Air Velocity FV..................................................... Coil Face
(fpm) FPM........................................................ Air Velocity
(Ft/min) GPM........................ Volumetric Water Flow Rate
(Gal/min)................................... Enthalpy of Air (BTU/Lb.)
LWT ...........................................Leaving Water Temp. (˚F)
231
232
62.5 17
24
75
50%
65
26
-20
1000-1900
46.8
24
75
50%
65
37
66.7
62.5 17
10
67 19.5 80 26.7
50%
77
16.5
29.7
1100-1800
20
24
67 19.5 80 26.7
50%
75
62.5 17
50%
65
77
°C
F
30
°C
DB
HEIGHT
ABOVE
SEA
LEVEL
22
F
WB
TEMPERATURE
54
%RH
gr/ib
°C
RELATIVE
MOISTURE
SUMMER
58
160
25
20
-15
-4
5
24.8
33-39
37-38
84
65%
28.9
20.5
69
95
99
110
115
21.1
25.5
22%
51%
200
78
F
105
°C
33.3
20%
30
F
70
WB
DB
TEMPERATURE
92
17%
87
20-25
20
%RH
RELATIVE
MOISTURE
54
MOISTURE
(W)
SUMMER
gr/ib
F
DAILY RANG
(DR)
5.5
0
-8
17.6
32
°C
F
MIN. TEMP
WINTER
EXTERNAL AIR CONDITION
41.9
25-30
26-32
30-36
GEOGRAPHIC
WIDTH
GEOGRAPHIC
39.6
F
TEMPERATURE MOISTURE
DIFFERENCE
(W)
WINTER
INTERNAL AIR CONDITION
IRAN CLIMATE CLASSIFICATION
SEMI WET WARM
WET WARM
DRY MODERATE
WET MODERATE
WARM
VERY COLD
COLD
43.3
37.2
35
DRY WARM
COLD
MODERATE
46.1
SUMMER
WINTER
40.5
°C
CLASSIFICATION
TYP 5
TYP 4
TYP 3
TYP 2
TYP 1
TYPS
L-BF
L
GSHF
RSHF
ESHF
A
O
M
R
GRAIN OF
MOISTURE
BR
SENSIBLE HEAT FACTOR
RE
LA
TI
VE
HU
M
ID
IT
Y
O= OUTDOOR DESIGN
R= ROOM DESIGN
M= MIXTURE
A= TADP
L= LIVING APPARATUS;
ENTERING ROOM
BF= BYPASS FACTOR
GSHF= GRAND SENSIBLE HEAT FACTOR
RSHF= ROOM SENSIBLE HEAT FACTOR
ESHF= EFFECTIVE SENSIBLE HEAT FACTOR
DRY-BULB
AIR PROCESS IN HVAC SYSTEM
AIR CIRCULATION DIAGRAM IN HVAC SYSTEM
In one HVAC system, fresh air (normally about
%20 of local air) Mix with return air in mixing box,
then mix point (M) with passing above refrigerant
coil, changes to frost point (tadb) of device.
discharging air spesification from refrigerant coil
come to plat ratio of device (BF) (L point).
In one HVAC system indoor, in room according to
fresh air ratio, needed air has ventilated through
alit of windows, opening and closing doors, or
exhaust fansand then return air has entered to
mixing box by channels.
RETURN AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM DIAGRAM
EXHAUST AIR
RETURN AIR
SUPPLY AIR
ROOM SPACE
BYPASS AIR
OUT DOOR AIR
FAN
FILTER
FILTER
LIVING AIR
MIXTURE AIR
MIXING
BOX
COOLING/HEATING
COILS
AIR CONDITIONING APPARTUS CALCUL LESS
ABCD: WINTER REST REGION
EFGH: SUMMER REST REGION
100% 90% 80% 70%
32
60%
30
27
50%
%98
%94
%84
%70
%94
%50
40%
%86
%75
%60
%34
30%
21
G
20%
C
10%
H
16
27
F
D
B
E
10
ST
A
RE
%48
ON
RS
PE
OF
%
4
IN
%65
%75
%84
%48 %65 %81
%91
%97
10
16
21
24
27
DRY AIR TEMPERATURE (°C)
HUMAN REST AREA
32
36
ARDEBIL
URMIA
TABRIZ
RASHT
ZANJAN
SANANDAJ
GORGAN
BABOLSAR
QAZVIN
HAMEDAN
BOJNORD
TEHRAN
MASHHAD
SARAQS
SEMNAN
QOM
KERMANSHAH
ARAK
ILAM
TABAS
QORAMABAD
ISFAHAN
YAZD
AHVAZ
YASOOJ
BIRJAND
ZABOL
RAFSANJAN
ABADAN
SHIRAZ
KERMAN
BOSHEHR
ZAHEDAN
LAAR
KANGAN
BANDAR ABBAS
BANDAR LENGEH
MINAB
JAASK
CHABAHAR
TYPE 5
TYPE 4
TYPE 3
TYPE 2
TYPE 1
WET MODERATE
DRY MODERATE
WET WARM
SEMI WET WARM
DRY WARM
IRAN CITIES IN CLIMATE CLASSIFICATION
TYPE 3
TYPE 4
ABADAN
BORAZJAN
AZAR SHAHR
SHAHR E KORSD
AZAD SHAHR
AQAJARI
BANDAR IMAM QOMAYNI
ASHTIAN
SHIRVAN
ASTARA
TYPE 1
TYPE 2
ABADEH
ABARQU
ARDESTAN
TYPE 5
ANDIMESHG
BANDAR AMIR
ABHAR
SALMAS
ASTANEH
ARDAKAN YAZD
AHVAZ
BANDAR BOUSHEHR
ARAK
SANANDAJ
AMOL
ISFAHAN
IRANSHAHR
JASK
ARDEBIL
SANQAR
URMIA
IQLID
IZEH
BANDAR QORAMSHAHR
URMIA
QAZVIN
BABOL
IMAM CITY
BAM
BANDAR DEYLAM
AZNA
QOCHAN
BABOLSAR
ILAM
BEHBAHAN
BANDAR ABBAS
ESLAMABAD
KAMIRAN
BANDAR ANZALI
BAQEIN
JESR NADERI
BANDAR GANAVEH
ESFARAYEN
KARAJ
BANDAR TORKAMAN
NAFT
HAMIDIYEH
BANDAR MAHSHAHR
ASHTARIEH
MAKOO
BANDAR GAZ
BAFQ
QASH
TONB E BOZORG
ALIGOODARZ
MAHALAT
BEHSHAHR
BIRJAND
DEZFOL
TONB E KOCHAK
AHAR
MARAQEH
TONEKABON
PASARGAD
DASHT E ABBAS
ABOMOSA ISLAND
\IRANSHAH
MARIVAN
CHABOKSAR
TAFTAN
DO GONBADAN
KHARK ISLAND
BAJGIRAN
MESHKIN SHAHR
CHALOS
TEHRAN
RAMEHRMAZ
QESHM ISLAND
BAZARGAN
MASHHAD
RAMSAR
JAHROM
ZABOL
KISH ISLAND
BANEH
MALAYER
RASHT
JIROFT
SOOSANGERD
LAVAN ISLAND
BOJNOORD
MIANDOAB
RODSAR
QORAMABAD
SHOUSH
LARK ISLAND
BOROJERD
MIANEH
RODBAR
QOMAYNI SHAHR
SHOSHTAR
MINOO ISLAND
BOIEN
NOSOOD
SAARI
DAMQAN
KAHNOJ
HORMOZ ISLAND
BOEINZAHRA
NEYSHABOOR
SIAHKAL
DARGAZ
GACHSARAN
HENGAM ISLAND
BOOKAN
HARSIN
SOME SARA
HAMEDAN
FOOMAN
RAVAND
LAAR
CHABAHAR ISLAND
BIJAR
RAFSANJAN
MASQUE SOLEYMAN
MINAB
BISTOON
QAEM SHAHR
ZAHEDAN
HOVEYZEH
PAVEH
KALACHAY
SABZEVAR
PIRANSHAHR
GORGAN
SEMNAN
TABRIZ
LAHIJAN
SIRJAN
TAKAB
LANGEROOD
BABAK CITY
TOISARKAN
MANJIL
SHIRAZ
HESARAK
NEKA
FERDOUS
QORAMDAREH
NOOR
FASA
QOMEYN
NOSHAHR
QASR E SHIRIN
QANSAR
HASHTPAR
QOM
QOY
QAMSHEH
DAMAVAND
KASHAN
DOOZDOOZAN
KASHMAR
DEHLORAN
KERMAN
RODEHEN
KAHRIZAK
RAVANSAR
GARMSAR
ZANJAN
GONABAD
SARAB
NAEIN
SARDASHT
NAJAFABAD
SAQEZ
NEYRIZ
SOOMAR
YASOJ
SHAHIN DEJ
YAZD
SHEMIRAN
SUMMER & WINTER INNER DESIGN ACCORDING TO HUMAN WELFARE CONDITIONS
Winter
Summer
Luxury Location
BUILDING TYPE
With Humidify
Normal Location
Without Humidify
DRY
TEMP.
RELATIVE
MOISTURE
DRY
TEMP.
RELATIVE
MOISTURE
TEMP.
SWING
DRY
TEMP.
RELATIVE
MOISTURE
TEMP.
SWING
DRY
TEMP.
TEMP.
SWING
Hotel, Houses, Apartments,
Hospital, Of�ce, School
74-76
50-45
77-79
50-45
2-4
74-76
35-30
-3 to -4
75-77
-4
Places with Limited accupied: Bank,
Barbery, Shop, Supermarket and so ...
76-78
50-45
78-80
50-45
2-4
72-74
35-30
-3 to -4
73-75
-4
Place With High Temperature: Confferance Hall,
Mosque, Church, Restaurant, Cinema.
76-78
55-50
78-80
60-65
1-2
72-74
40-35
-2 to -3
74-76
-4
Industrial Buildings and factories:
Machinanis Saloon.
77-80
55-45
80-85
60-50
3-6
68-72
36-30
-4 to -6
70-74
-6
PROVIDED RANGES IN TEMPRATURE SWING COLUMN IS USED IN THERMOSTICE ROOMS.
WINNER INNER DESIGN TEMPERATURE FOR STRUCTURE
INTERIOR TYPE
72-74
PRIVATE ROOM
70-95
SURGERY ROOM
70
BATH
75
BED ROOM & BATH
72
DINNIG ROOM
HOSPITALS
HOTELS
INTERIOR TEMP. [°F]
LOCATION TYPE
73-75
HOUSES
65-68
SHOP
72-74
PUBLIC BUILDINGS
60-65
FACTORIES
55-68
CORRIDORS
68-74
OFFICES
72-74
CLASSROOM
68-72
CINEMAS
67-72
COMMUNITIES HALL
KITCHENS
68-70
W.C
66
SCHOOLS
DESIGN TEMP. [°F]
SUMMER & WINTER OUTDOOR DESIGN CONDITIONS IN AOME CITIES IN IRAN
SUMMER
WINTER
DRY TEMPERATURE
HUMID TEMPERATURE
DAILY RANG (°F)
DRY TEMPERATURE
GEOGRAPHIC
WIDTH
HEIGHT ABOVE
SEA LEVEL
ABADAN
115
81
32
39
30
7
CITY NAME
ARAK
97
70
30
8
34
5780
URMIA
93
72
27
9
38
4400
ISFAHAN
100
68
29
14
33
5200
AHVAZ
115
80
35
37
31
66
IRANSHAHR
115
84
29
37
27
1870
BABOLSAR
92
82
15
32
37
0
BANDAR ANZALI
90
82
15
32
37
0
BANDAR ABBAS
105
90
16
50
27
30
BANDAR LENGE
110
98
15
47
27
43
BANDAR MAHSHAHR
110
86
15
45
30
40
BOSHEHR
105
87
16
43
29
46
BIRJAND
103
74
30
17
33
4800
18
38
4500
TABRIZ
95
86
24
TEHRAN
100
74
27
22
35
4000
CHABAHAR
104
90
12
50
25
20
QARK
105
90
16
55
28
0
QORAMABAD
105
78
33
26
33
4000
QORAMSHAHR
115
80
35
45
30
0
DEZFOOL
115
79
31
30
32
500
RAMSAR
90
70
13
31
37
0
RASHT
90
83
22
24
37
0
ZABOL
116
84
27
40
31
1600
ZAHEDAN
105
76
32
17
29
4500
ZANJAN
95
72
31
3
37
5400
SABZEVAR
100
75
31
16
36
3100
SAQEZ
97
75
37
2
36
4900
SEMNAN
105
79
25
23
36
3800
SANANDAJ
100
72
33
9
35
5000
SHAHROOD
96
74
28
15
36
4500
SHEMIRAN
95
70
30
20
35
5600
SHIRAZ
100
70
35
22
30
5000
TABAS
113
78
33
25
34
3000
FASA
105
77
31
28
29
4600
QAZVIN
102
76
31
17
36
4300
KASHAN
110
83
29
24
34
3150
KERMAN
100
72
33
15
30
5800
KERMANSHAH
100
65
42
13
34
4600
GORGAN
102
85
19
30
37
400
MASHHAD
96
67
29
12
36
3104
HAMEDAN
95
63
38
14
35
5500
YAZD
105
76
28
20
32
4000
0
-5
-5
0
0
5
0
5
5
5
10
10
15
20
15
30
20
35
40
45
40
25
50
45
50
30
55
50
55
35
60
55
60
40
65
%
50
%
%
40
30
20%
70
60
45
LA
10% RE
12.0
12.5
75
65
50
80
70
80
85
75
85
55
80
85
W
90
ET
BU
95
90
LB
TE
M
100
14.5
PE
RA
TU
105
-
60
RE
°F
110
8%
6%
4%
2%
115
25
120
125
210
200
190
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
130
15.5
75
Y
UMIDIT
TIVE H
70
IR
65
RY A
45
OF D
35
40
ft³/lb
30
35
E
LUM
25
30
20
30
85
80
75
70
65
60
55
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
10
0
-20
1.3
1.2
1.1
1
.9
.8
.7
.6
.5
.4
.3
.2
.1
70
65
60
55
50
45
40
35
ENTHALPY - BTU PER POUND OF DRY AIR
15.0
25
20
25
DRY BULB TEMPERATURE - °F
13.0
15
IC VO
15
20
ECIF
10
15
SP
14.0
10
13.5
-10
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HUMIDITY RATIO - GRAINS OF MOISTURE PER POUND OF DRY AIR
DEW POINT - °F
%
25
15
%
- °F
RE
IR
90
%
%
80
70
%
%
60
RA
TU
PE
EM
YA
NT
DR
OF
RA
TIO
ND
SA
TU
OU
RP
PE
TU
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PY
AL
TH
EN
VAPOR PRESSURE - INCHES OF MERCURY
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