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AFHX Series 60Hz

Air Cooled Screw Flooded Chillers


Cooling Capacity: 77 to 191 TR (271 to 672 kW)

R134a
Products that perform...By people who care

INTRODUCTION
For more than 100 years, Dunham-Bush has focused on innovative product development. Today, we
provide a full portfolio of HVAC/R products from Fan Coil Units to large centrifugal chillers as well as
many other innovative green solutions. Our commitment to innovation, matched with an aggressive
attitude toward growth, makes Dunham-Bush a leader in global markets. Our product development is
tailored to meet the specific needs of customers, building-by-building, country-by-country and region-byregion. No other HVAC/R manufacturer takes this approach to meeting your performance expectations.
AFHX, Air Cooled Screw Flooded Chillers, have a cooling capacity range from 77 to 191 TR [271 to 672
kW] in 60Hz version using environmentally sound HFC-134a refrigerant. The entire product line features
energy efficiency, installation ease, control flexibility, high reliability and advanced 2020i controller. The
AFHX range is AHRI certified and ETL listed.

TABLE OF CONTENT
Page No
Introduction .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
Nomenclature ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
Advantages of Flooded Chiller ............................................................................................................................................................. 3
Unit Features ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 5
Operating Benefits ............................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Typical Sequence of Operation ............................................................................................................................................................ 9
Application Data ................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
Physical Specifications ....................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Performance Data .............................................................................................................................................................................. 13
Dimensional Data ............................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Floor Loading Diagram ....................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Dimensional Clearance ...................................................................................................................................................................... 19
Evaporator Water Pressure Drop ....................................................................................................................................................... 20
Sound Pressure Data ......................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Condenser Fan .................................................................................................................................................................................. 21
Electrical Data .................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Typical Wiring Schematic ................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Guide Specifications .......................................................................................................................................................................... 26

NOMENCLATURE
A F HX 150 T - 6 S R- HR
HR
LN

Air Cooled Chiller

= Heat Recovery
= Low Noise

Blank = R22
R
= R134a
Flooded Evaporator

Horizontal Screw Compressor

S
Q

= Standard
= Special

5
6

= 50Hz
= 60Hz

= Optional Two
Compressors
Blank = Standard

Nominal TR

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ADVANTAGES OF FLOODED CHILLER


In a flooded evaporator the refrigerant surrounds
the tubes in the shell and the water to be cooled
flows through the tubes. The level of liquid
refrigerant in the shell is maintained by the
combined action of an electronic level controller
and mod-motor actuated ball valves which
regulates the subcooled liquid refrigerant into the
evaporator. This ensures that all the evaporator
tubes are completely immersed in the liquid
refrigerant for better heat transfer efficiency.

correspondingly higher Energy Efficiency Ratio


(EER) i.e. (BTU/Watt) or lower kW/TR.

FIGURE 1

For a Direct Expansion (DX) Evaporator the


refrigerant is expanded into the tubes while the
chilled water is circulated through the shell. A
thermostatic expansion valve is used to throttle
the refrigerant in maintaining constant superheat
of suction gas to the compressor.
The following are the advantages of using a
flooded chiller:

1. Higher Capacity and Higher EER


achievable with the Same Compressor
The flooded evaporator with all the copper
tubes immersed in the boiling liquid
refrigerant enables a small approach
temperature between the boiling liquid
refrigerant temperature in the shell and the
outlet chilled water temperature in the
evaporator tubes to be achieved. This
approach
temperature
or
temperature
difference
between
the
evaporating
temperature of the boiling liquid refrigerant and
the chilled water outlet temperature, for a
flooded evaporator, is typically less than 3F
[1.7C].
On the contrary, for a DX or Direct Expansion
Evaporator, the typical approach temperature
is between 8F [4.4C] to 10F [5.5C]. This
simply means that the same compressor in a
flooded evaporator system will operate at a
higher saturated evaporating temperature
when compared to the same compressor in a
DX Evaporator system, when outlet chilled
water temperatures in both cases are set at
the same temperature.

A DX Evaporator uses TXV throttling to


maintain about 10F [5.5C] to 15F [8.3C]
suction superheat to prevent liquid flood back
to the compressor. In a flooded evaporator, the
refrigerant boils off in the shell and gas can be
sucked out from the top of evaporator back to
compressor. The suction superheat is usually
about 2F [1.1C] to 3F [1.7C]. Reduction in
suction superheat will further increase the
capacity performance of the compressor.
DX Evaporators are typically designed with
higher tube velocities to ensure proper oil
return to compressor both at full load and at
reduced load. This will contribute to higher
refrigerant pressure drop through the
evaporator. On the contrary, there is very little
shell side pressure losses for a flooded
evaporator. Therefore, lower suction pressure
drop in the flooded design will impose less
capacity penalty on the compressor and this
will further enable the compressor in a flooded
evaporator to generate more capacity than one
with a DX Evaporator.

Figure 1 shows the typical screw compressor


capacity performance curve at a particular
condensing temperature over saturated
evaporating temperature of between 30F
[-1.1C] to 50F [10C], and the typical power
input curve over the same conditions. It can be
noted that the same compressor when
operating with a flooded evaporator will
generate approximately 8% more cooling
capacity while kW input increases by approx
1.8%. Therefore, the same compressor, when
coupled to a flooded evaporator, will typically
achieve higher cooling capacity with
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ADVANTAGES OF FLOODED CHILLER


2. Better Part Load Performance

5. Maximum Reliability and Redundancy


Today, the Dunham-Bush screw compressors
are increasingly accepted for its reliability. The
2-compressor,
3-compressor
and
4compressor models are designed to have 2
independent
refrigerant
circuits
for
redundancy. For the refrigerant circuits with 2compressors (i.e. 3-compressor and 4compressor models), individual compressor is
provided with suction stop valve, suction check
valve, discharge check valve and other
isolating valves in the oil management system
to allow complete isolation of an unlikely faulty
compressor
without
contaminating
the
refrigerant system and further allows other
compressors to continue to operate - thus
ensuring maximum redundancy

The Dunham-Bush Air Cooled Flooded Chiller


with its sophisticated advanced controller and
patented oil management system has all
evaporator tubes completely immersed in the
boiling liquid refrigerant to achieve superior
heat transfer efficiency while ensuring
adequate oil return to the compressor(s). This
ensures superior full-load efficiency and even
better part-load efficiency as the full heat
transfer surface areas of the evaporator tubes
are utilized even at part-load conditions. In
Direct Expansion Evaporators, because of the
need to maintain adequate refrigerant gas
velocities in the evaporator tubes for proper oil
return, it is typical for certain bundles of
evaporator tubes to be blocked or baffled
off at part-load conditions. Therefore not
utilizing the full heat transfer surface of the
evaporator tubes means lower efficiency when
compared with a flooded evaporator chiller at
part-load conditions.

6. Cleanable Evaporator
For a single pass evaporator join in a row, the
end plates at both ends of the water boxes (2
pass only at return end and 1 pass u
arrangement only at u elbow end) can be
removed easily without dismantling the chilled
water piping connections, for inspection and
for mechanical tubes cleaning with brushes or
auto-brush. This will enable low tube fouling
factor in the evaporator to be ensured, thus
maintaining system efficiency.

3. Flash Economizer/ Vapor Injection


Cycle for Increase Capacity and Higher
EER
The
renowned
Dunham-Bush
screw
compressor allows for flash economizer vapor
injection cycle to be incorporated, increasing
capacity by as much as 25% with marginal
10% to 15% increase in kW-input. Most of
Dunham-Bushs competitors who produce
Rotary Screw Chillers do not incorporate flasheconomizer vapor injection cycle- not to
mention flooded evaporator!

4. Excellent Capacity Modulation


Response to Building Loads

7. Lower Water Side Pressure Drop


In a DX Evaporator, the water flows
transversely over the outside of the tubes. The
water flow is guided with vertical baffles. This
will have a higher-pressure drop compared to
the water flow in the tubes of a flooded
evaporator. In other words, the equivalent
flooded chiller will require smaller water pump
to operate at lower power consumption.

in

Dunham-Bush utilizes its state-of-the-art


advanced
controller
in
combination
with the electronic level controller and
modulating motor actuated ball valves to
ensure precise control of liquid refrigerant to
the flooded evaporator in response to changes
in cooling load. While maintaining leaving
chilled water temperatures even at very low
load. Whereas most of Dunham-Bushs
competitors utilize orifice plates to modulate
refrigerant feed to the evaporator, resulting in
lower efficiency at low-load and less reliable oil
return.

8. Commonly Used In Large Tonnage


Chillers Where Efficiency Is Critical
As a general rule, DX Evaporators are typically
used in small and medium tonnage chillers
where efficiency may not be a primary
consideration but cost is important. However,
with increasing energy cost and the drive to
reduce global warming, flooded evaporator
chillers will increasingly become more
popular not only in the large tonnage
chillers but also in the small and medium
tonnage chillers. Dunham-Bush, again,
leads the industry in this respect!
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UNIT FEATURES
with the controller through a telephone cable. The
terminal allows carrying out of all program
operations and also allows the unit working
conditions, compressor run times and alarm
history to be displayed. Set points and other
parameters can be modified via the user terminal.
The display has an automatic self-test of the
controller on system start-up. Multiple messages
will be displayed automatically by scrolling from
each message to the next. All of these messages
are spelled out in English on the display terminal.
There are 15 dedicated buttons to enable the user
to access information, based on the security level
of the password. For more detail operation of the
DBG1 Display Terminal, please refer to the Unit
Operation Manual.
Easily accessible measurements include:
D Leaving chilled water temperature
D Entering chilled water temperature
D Compressor discharge temperature
D Leaving chiller water temperature derivative
D Evaporator Pressure
D Condenser Pressure
D Compressor amp draw of each compressor
D Compressor elapsed run time of each
compressor
D Compressor starts status
D Oil level sensor status
D Water temperature reset value
D Water flow switch status
D External start/stop command status

ADVANCE CONTROLLER
Vision
2020i
a
flexible
and
advance
programmable electronic controller designed
specifically for the application and precise control
of Dunham-Bush Rotary Screw compressor
chillers.
The controller board is provided with a set of
terminals that connect to various devices such as
temperature sensors, pressure and current
transducers, solenoid valves, compressors and
fans contactors, control relays etc. Three sizes of
controller boards are provided to handle different
number of input and output requirements: DB3-S
small, DB3-M medium and DB3-L large board.
The unit algorithm program and operating
parameters are stored in FLASH-MEMORY that
does not require a back-up battery. The program
can be loaded through PC or programming key.

Optional ambient temperature is available. With


this option the operator can quickly and
accurately read all significant temperatures and
eliminate the need for thermometers. Voltmeter is
also offered as an optional feature.

Vision 2020i controller is equipped with a user


friendly terminal with a semi-graphic display and
dedicated keys that provides easy access to the
unit operating conditions, control set points and
alarm history.

Capacity Control
Leaving chilled water temperature control is
accomplished by entering the water temperature
setpoint and placing the controller in automatic
control. The unit will monitor all control functions
and move the slide valve to the required operating
position. The compressor ramp (loading) cycle is
programmable and may be set for specific
building requirements. Remote adjustment of the
leaving chilled water setpoint is accomplished
either through direct BMS protocols connection to

Each units controller can be configured and


connected to the local DBLAN network that allows
multiple units sequencing control without
additional hardware. The DBLAN is local area
network made up of several chillers controller.

Display and User Terminal


The Vision 2020i controller is designed to work
with a user friendly back-lit 132 by 64 pixels
DBG1 Semi-Graphic Display panel connected
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UNIT FEATURES
controlled from a PC terminal and optional phone
modem.

the controller communication ports, or from an


external hardwired control signal from BMS to
supply a chilled water reset 4 to 20mA analog
input signal. Remote reset of compressor current
limiting function may be accomplished in a similar
fashion.

With various optional add-on cards the


Vision2020i controller can also be interfaced
directly to the Building Management System
(BMS) with the standard communication protocols
using MODBUS, LONWORKS, BACNET MSTP
as well as over IP.

System Control
The unit may be started or stopped manually, or
through the use of an external signal from a
Building Automation System. In addition, the
controller may be programmed with seven-day
operating cycle or other Dunham-Bush control
packages may start and stop the system through
inter-connecting wiring.

This sophisticated feature makes servicing easier


and more convenient to the system. The
controller as standard is additionally equipped
with history files which can be used to take logs
and which may be retrieved via the phone modem
or internet connection periodically. Now owners of
multiple buildings have a simple and inexpensive
method of investigating potential problems quickly
and in a highly cost effective manner.

System Protection
The following system protection controls will
automatically act to ensure system reliability:

REFRIGERATION CYCLE

D Low suction pressure

The refrigerant management system, is shown in


the refrigerant cycle diagram below.

D High discharge pressure


D Freeze protection

Liquid refrigerant enters the flooded evaporator


uniformly where it absorbs heat from water
flowing through the evaporator tubes. The
vaporized refrigerant is then drawn into the
suction port of the compressor where the
compression begins.

D Low differential pressure


D Low oil level
D Compressor run error
D Power loss
D Chilled water flow loss
D Sensor error

This partially compressed gas is then combined


with additional gas from the flash economizer as
the vapor injection port at an intermediate
pressure is exposed to each interlobe space.
Compressed gaseous refrigerant is then
discharged into the integral oil separator where
oil, which is contained in the refrigerant vapor, is
removed and returned to the oil sump.

D Compressor over current


D Compressor Anti-recycle

The controller can retain up to 99 alarm


conditions complete with time of failure together
data stamping on critical sensor readings in an
alarm history. This tool will aid service technicians
in troubleshooting tasks enabling downtime and
nuisance trip-outs to be minimized.

High pressure superheated refrigerant is then


discharged into the condenser, where air is drawn
across the condenser by propeller fans which cool
and condense the refrigerant. This liquid
refrigerant then passes through the first
expansion device and into the flash economizer
where flash gas and liquid refrigerant are
separated.

Remote Monitoring
Vision 2020i controller can be completed with an
optional RS485 communications card and
NETVISOR software for remote monitoring and

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UNIT FEATURES
Bush air cooled chillers have some of the best
part-load performance characteristics in the
industry when measured in accordance with AHRI
Standard 550/590-2003.

The flash gas is drawn into the vapor injection port


of the compressor. The remaining liquid
refrigerant then passes through a second
expansion device which reduces the pressure
further and it is introduced into the bottom of the
flooded evaporator via an integral distributor.

In most cases, actual building system loads are


significantly less than full load design conditions,
therefore chillers operate at part load most of the
time.

By removing the flash gas from the flash


economizer at an intermediate pressure, the
enthalpy of the refrigerant flowing into the
evaporator is reduced. This increases the
refrigeration effect and improves the efficiency of
the refrigeration cycle.

Dunham-Bush air cooled chillers combine the


efficient operation of multiple compressors with an
economizer cycle and advanced controller to yield
the best total energy efficiency and significant
operating saving under any load.

Refrigerant flow into and out of the flash


economizer is controlled by modulating valves
which eliminate the energy wasting hot gas
bypass effect inherent with fixed orifices.

When specifying air conditioning equipment, it is


important to consider the system load
characteristics for the building application. In a
typical city, the air conditioning load will vary
according to changes in the ambient temperature.
Weather data compiled over many years will
predict the number of hours that equipment will
operate at various load percentages.

PART-LOAD PERFORMANCE
Through the use of flash economizer modulating
flow control and multiple compressors, Dunham-

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OPERATING BENEFITS
EFFICIENCY AND RELIABILITY

D IEEE.
D Safety quality license for import boiler and

Energy Efficiency

pressure vessel, China.

D Designed to provide the greatest amount of

cooling for the least power input over the entire


operating range of your building.

Refrigerant Compatibility
D Designed

to operate with environmentally


sound and economically smart HFC-134a with
proven efficiency and reliability.

D Delivers

outstanding efficiency and total


energy savings through the utilization of
economizer cycle and advanced controller
staging producing greater capacity with fewer
compressors.

D Consult

Factory
refrigerants.

for

use

of

other

HFC

D Maximized performance through computer-

Control Flexibility

matched
components
and
multiple
compressors on a single refrigerant circuit.

D Controller-based

with DDC (direct digital


control) features precise push button control
over every aspect of operation with built-in
standard features that allow extra energy
savings on start-up and throughout the life of
your equipment.

D High efficiency oil recovery system guarantees

removal of oil carried over in the refrigerant


and maintains the heat exchangers at their
maximum efficiency at both full and part load.

D Ensured

uniform compressor loading and


optimal energy efficiency through controller to
controls which utilize pressure transducers to
measure evaporator and condenser pressure.

Operational Advantages
D Dramatic payback in reduced maintenance

and overhaul costs both in downtime and in


labor expenditures.

D Lower energy costs resulting from automatic

D Ease of troubleshooting through controller

load monitoring and increased accuracy and


efficiency in compressor staging.

retention of monitored functions.


D Factory run tested.

D Monitor your chiller's key functions from a

remote location with a simple, low cost, phone


modem option.

Safety Code
D ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code,

D Proactive control anticipates problems and

Section VIII Division 1 "Unfired Pressure


Vessels".

takes corrective action before they occur.


Controls will unload compressor(s) if head or
suction pressure approach limits. This will
enable unit to stay on line while warning
operator of potential problems.

D JKKP Code.
D ASME Standard B31.5 Refrigeration Piping.
D ASHRAE

Standard 15
Mechanical Refrigeration.

Safety

Code

for

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TYPICAL SEQUENCE OF OPERATION


The Dunham-Bush air cooled water chiller
depends mainly on its on-board controller for
control. Operation described is for a twocompressor units and is very similar for single
compressor units.

match applied load and hold leaving chilled water


temperature at setpoint.
If the applied load is greater than one compressor
can handle, it will load fully and then the controller
will call for a second compressor. After one
minute, the second compressor will start in the
same manner as the first. Then both compressors
will be commanded to adjust load to 50%. They
are gradually loaded up together until the applied
load is satisfied. In this way the two compressors
share the load equally.

For initial start-up, the following conditions must


be met:
D Power supply to unit energized.
D Unit circuit breakers in the on position.
D Control power switch on for at least 15

minutes. Compressor switches on.

If the applied load decreases to the point that both


compressors are running at about 40% capacity,
the computer shuts down the lag compressor and
loads the remaining compressor to about 80%. If
applied load decreases further, the remaining
compressor unloads proportionately. If applied
load decreases to less than the minimum capacity
of one compressor, the leaving chilled water
temperature will decline to 2F [1.1C] below
setpoint, at which time the lead compressor will
shut down. It will restart automatically if leaving
chilled water temperature rises to 2F [1.1C]
above setpoint and both 15 minute anti-recycle
and one minute start delay timers are satisfied.

D Reset pressed on controller keypad.


D Chilled water pump running and chilled water

flow switch made.


D Leaving chilled water temperature at least 2F

[1.1C] above setpoint.


D All safety conditions satisfied.

After all above conditions are met, the controller


will call for the lead compressor to start. The
compressor 15-minute anti-recycle timer is
initiated at compressor start.
The controller monitors compressor amps, volts,
leaving water temperature and suction and
discharge pressures. The compressor and cooling
capacity is controlled by pulsed signals to load
and unload solenoid valves on the compressor.
When the compressor starts, it is fully unloaded,
reducing about 25% of its full load capacity. As
the computer gives it load signals, capacity
gradually increases. The rate of compressor
loading is governed by ramp control which is
adjustable in the computer.

During start-up operation, the computer monitors


the difference between discharge and suction
pressures to ensure that minimum of 30psi
[2bar] differential is available for compressor
lubrication. If the difference falls below a minimum
of 30psi [2bar], the computer closes refrigerant
flow control valves, starving the evaporator,
causing evaporator pressure to drop, increasing
differential pressure. This is especially helpful at
startup, when warm chilled water and low ambient
temperature would cause a low head situation.
This feature is called EPCAS: Evaporator
Pressure Control at Startup. It is one of several
proactive control features of the controller which
overcome potential problems while continuing
operation.

The computer responds to leaving chilled water


temperature and its rate of change which is
proportional and derivative control. If leaving
chilled water temperature is within the deadband
(+/-0.8F [0.5C] from setpoint), no load or unload
commands are given. If chilled water temperature
is above deadband, the computer will continue
loading the compressor until a satisfactory rate of
decline is observed. If leaving chilled water
temperature is below the deadband, the
compressor is commanded to unload. Thus the
compressor capacity is continuously modulated to

Two additional proactive features are low suction


and high discharge pressure override. If operating
pressures approach trip level, compressors are
unloaded as necessary to continue operation.

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APPLICATION DATA
USgal [11 liters] for process, low load applications
with small temperature ranges and/or vastly
fluctuating load conditions.

Low Ambient Operation / Freeze


Protection
If unit is required to operate below 20F [-7C],
optional head pressure control is required.
Immersion heater and circulating pump need to
be provided to be in operation when the chiller is
not operating. Glycol is recommended for added
protection. If wind in area is over 5 mph [8 kph], a
wind barrier is recommended.

Glycol Freeze Protection


If the chiller or fluid piping may be exposed to
temperatures below freezing, glycol protection is
recommended. The re-commended protection is
10F [5.6C] below the minimum ambient
temperature. Use only glycol solutions approved
for heat exchanger duty. The use of automotive
anti-freeze is not recommended because they
have short-lived inhibitors and fouling of the
vessels will occur. If the equipment is exposed to
freezing temperature and not being used, the
vessels and piping should be drained.
The use of glycol causes a performance derate as
shown below which needs to be included in the
unit selection procedure.

Desuperheaters
A hot gas desuperheater can be factory supplied
for field installation. Suitable fittings in refrigerant
lines with shut off valves can be supplied. Consult
factory for further details.

Water Circuit
Constant water flow required with a minimum of 3
USgal per TR [3.3 liters / kW] increasing up to 10

Ethylene Glycol
Freeze Point

% E. G.
By Weight

C1
Capacity Factor

K1
kW Rate

G1
Flow Factor

P1
P.D. Factor

10

26.2

-3.2

0.995

0.998

1.019

1.050

15

22.4

-5.3

0.991

0.997

1.030

1.083

20

17.8

-7.9

0.988

0.996

1.044

1.121

25

12.6

-10.8

0.984

0.995

1.060

1.170

30

6.7

-14.1

0.981

0.994

1.077

1.219

35

0.0

-17.8

0.977

0.992

1.097

1.275

40

-10.0

-23.3

0.973

0.991

1.116

1.331

45

-17.5

-27.5

0.968

0.990

1.138

1.398

50

-28.9

-33.8

0.964

0.989

1.161

1.466

Propylene Glycol
Freeze Point

% P. G.
By Weight

C2
Capacity Factor

K2
kW Rate

G2
Flow Factor

P2
P. D. Factor

10

26.1

-3.3

0.988

0.994

1.005

1.019

15

22.8

-5.1

0.984

0.992

1.008

1.031

20

19.1

-7.2

0.978

0.990

1.010

1.051

25

14.5

-9.7

0.970

0.988

1.015

1.081

30

8.9

-12.8

0.962

0.986

1.021

1.120

Correction Factor - Elevation


Meters Factor

Capacity
Correction
Factor

kW
Correction
Factor

hr.ft.F/BTU

Elevation above Sea Level


Feet

Correction Factor - FF
m.C/kW

Capacity
Correction
Factor

kW
Correction
Factor

Fouling Factor

1.00

1.00

0.00010

0.018

1.000

1.000

2000

600

0.99

1.01

0.00025

0.044

0.990

0.995

4000

1200

0.98

1.02

0.00050

0.088

0.970

0.990

6000

1800

0.97

1.03

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PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Model AFHX
Unit Nominal Capacity

TR[kW]

Unit Nominal Power Input

kW

75-6SR

80T-6SR

90T-6SR

100-6SR

115-6SR

70 [246]

74 [260]

84 [295]

88 [311]

103 [362]

86

92

104

110

128

COMPRESSOR
Model (Qty)

HX 1512 (1)

HX 1309 (2)

HX 1311 (2)

HX 1709 (1)

HX 1711 (1)

RPM

3550

3550

3550

3550

3550

Min. % Unit Capacity

25%

12.5%

12.5%

25%

25%

EVAPORATOR
Model (Qty)

B1R (1)

B1R (1)

C1R (1)

C1R (1)

D1R (1)

5 [127]

5 [127]

5 [127]

5 [127]

6 [152]

Nominal Water Flow / Pressure Drop


USgpm/ ft.wg[m/hr/ kPa]

168.7/ 9.3
[38.3/ 27.8]

177.3/ 10.2
[40.3/ 30.5]

201.2/ 8.4
[45.7/ 25.1]

212.3/ 9.3
[48.2/ 27.8]

247.1/ 7.4
[56.1/ 22.1]

Min/ Max Water Flow

63.0/ 313.0
[14.3/ 71.1]

63.0/ 313.0
[14.3/ 71.1]

79.0/ 396.5
[17.9/ 90.0]

79.0/ 396.5
[17.9/ 90.0]

105.0/ 523.0
[23.8/ 118.7]

1.6/ 28.3
[4.8/ 84.6]

1.6/ 28.3
[4.8/ 84.6]

1.6/ 28.7
[4.8/ 85.8]

1.6/ 28.7
[4.8/ 85.8]

1.6/ 28.5
[4.8/ 85.2]

Water Connector

inches[mm]

USgpm[m/hr]

Min/ Max Water Pressure Drop

ft.wg[kPa]

CONDENSER
Coil Rows Deep/ Total Face Area

ft[m]

3/ 121.9 [11.3]

3/ 121.9 [11.3]

4/ 121.9 [11.3]

4/ 121.9 [11.3]

4/ 162.6 [15.1]

31.5 [800](6)

31.5 [800](6)

31.5 [800](6)

31.5 [800](6)

31.5 [800](8)

Motor kWi (Qty)

2(6)

2(6)

2(6)

2(6)

2(8)

FLA, AMP (Qty)

3.8(6)

3.8(6)

3.8(6)

3.8(6)

3.8(8)

cfm[m/hr]

76734
[130386]

74466
[126532]

72954
[123963]

72954
[123963]

101304
[172136]

F[C]

45 [7.2]

45 [7.2]

45 [7.2]

45 [7.2]

45 [7.2]

No. Of Fan
Fan Diameter (Qty)

Total Air Flow


Min. Operating Ambient

inches[mm]

ELECTRICAL
Nominal Voltage

460/3/60

460/3/60

460/3/60

460/3/60

460/3/60

Unit RLA

140

151

167

173

200

Unit Max. Inrush

231

195

203

266

312

GENERAL
Unit Length

inches[mm]

150 [3810]

150 [3810]

150 [3810]

150 [3810]

192 [4877]

Unit Width

inches[mm]

88 [2235]

88 [2235]

88 [2235]

88 [2235]

88 [2235]

Unit Height

inches[mm]

87.5 [2222]

87.5 [2222]

87.5 [2222]

87.5 [2222]

87.5 [2222]

Shipping Weight

lbs[kg]

8526 [3867]

9063 [4111]

9601 [4355]

9322 [4228]

10919 [4953]

Operating Weight

lbs[kg]

8641 [3920]

9179 [4164]

9749 [4422]

9470 [4295]

11112 [5040]

Operating Charge R134a

lbs[kg]

205 [93]

216 [98]

245 [111]

260 [118]

302 [137]

Note: Nominal capacity is based on evaporator LWT 44F and condenser ambient 95F, actual capacity depends on the specified operating
conditions.

- 11 -

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Model AFHX
Unit Nominal Capacity

TR [kW]

Unit Nominal Power Input

kW

125T-6SR

135-6SR

150-6SR

150T-6SR

175T-6SR

190-6SR

110 [387]

121 [427]

132 [466]

137 [482]

158 [556]

171 [603]

138

150

162

172

192

213

COMPRESSOR
Model (Qty)

RPM
Min. % Unit Capacity

HX 1509 (2)

HX 1811 (1)

HX 1813 (1)

HX 1512 (2)

HX 1709 (1)
HX 1512 (1)

HX 1816 (1)

3550

3550

3550

3550

3550

3550

12.5%

25%

25%

12.5%

12.5%

25%

EVAPORATOR
Model (Qty)

D2R (1)

D2R (1)

J1R (1)

J1R (1)

K1R (1)

K2R (1)

6 [152]

6 [152]

6 [152]

6 [152]

6 [152]

6 [152]

Nominal Water Flow / Pressure Drop


USgpm / ft.wg [m/hr / kPa]

264.3/ 6.8
[60.0/ 20.3]

291.6/ 8.1
[66.2/ 24.2]

318.0/ 11.2
[72.2/ 33.5]

329.3/ 11.9
[74.8/ 35.6]

380.1/ 13.3
[86.3/ 39.8]

411.7/ 13.0
[93.5/ 38.9]

Min/ Max Water Flow

117.0/ 587.0
[26.6/ 133.2]

117.0/ 587.0
[26.6/ 133.2]

117.0/ 588.0
[26.6/ 133.4]

117.0/ 588.0
[26.6/ 133.4]

128.0/ 640.0
[29.1/ 145.3]

142.0/ 705.0
[32.2/ 160.0]

1.6/ 28.8
[4.8/ 86.1]

1.6/ 28.8
[4.8/ 86.1]

1.9/ 33.8
[5.7/ 101.1]

1.9/ 33.8
[5.7/ 101.1]

1.9/ 33.9
[5.7/ 101.4]

1.9/ 34.3
[5.7/ 102.6]

Water Connector

inches[mm]

USgpm[m/hr]

Min/ Max Water Pressure Drop

ft.wg[kPa]

CONDENSER
Coil Rows Deep/ Total Face Area

ft[m]

4/ 162.6 [15.1]

4/ 162.6 [15.1]

4/ 188.2 [17.5]

4/ 188.2 [17.5]

4/ 235.3 [21.9]

4/ 235.3 [21.9]

10

10

31.5 [800](8)

31.5 [800](8)

31.5 [800](8)

31.5 [800](8)

31.5 [800](10)

31.5 [800](10)

Motor kWi (Qty)

2(8)

2(8)

2(8)

2(8)

2(10)

2(10)

FLA, AMP (Qty)

3.8(8)

3.8(8)

3.8(8)

3.8(8)

3.8(10)

3.8(10)

cfm[m/hr]

97272
[165285]

97272
[165285]

103236
[175419]

101388
[172278]

126735
[215348]

129045
[219273]

F[C]

45 [7.2]

45 [7.2]

45 [7.2]

45 [7.2]

45 [7.2]

45 [7.2]

No. Of Fan
Fan Diameter (Qty)

Total Air Flow

Min. Operating Ambient

inches[mm]

ELECTRICAL
Nominal Voltage

460/3/60

460/3/60

460/3/60

460/3/60

460/3/60

460/3/60

Unit RLA

224

229

243

264

335

319

Unit Max. Inrush

294

335

497

356

426

536

GENERAL
Unit Length

inches[mm]

192 [4877]

192 [4877]

202.5 [5144]

192 [4877]

234 [5944]

234 [5944]

Unit Width

inches[mm]

88 [2235]

88 [2235]

88 [2235]

88 [2235]

88 [2235]

88 [2235]

Unit Height

inches[mm]

87.5 [2222]

87.5 [2222]

96.5 [2451]

96.5 [2451]

96.5 [2451]

96.5 [2451]

Shipping Weight

lbs[kg]

12034 [5458]

11495 [5214]

12329 [5593]

12896 [5850]

15361 [6968]

14579 [6613]

Operating Weight

lbs[kg]

12246 [5555]

11708 [5311]

12581 [5707]

13148 [5964]

15641 [7095]

14882 [6750]

Operating Charge R134a

lbs[kg]

322 [146]

355 [161]

388 [176]

401 [182]

483 [219]

522 [237]

Note: Nominal capacity is based on evaporator LWT 44F and condenser ambient 95F, actual capacity depends on the specified operating
conditions.

- 12 -

PERFORMANCE DATA
Ambient Temperature, F
LWT
F

Model
AFHX

40.0

42.0

44.0

Notes:

1.)
2.)
3.)
4.)

85.0

95.0

105.0

115.0

TR

kW

kWI

TR

kW

kWI

TR

kW

kWI

TR

kW

kWI

75-6SR

67.7

238.0

63.2

65.0

228.4

72.8

61.6

216.5

84.9

57.3

201.3

100.2

80T-6SR

70.5

247.9

68.7

68.2

240.0

79.0

65.0

228.4

92.0

60.6

213.2

108.3

90T-6SR

80.7

283.6

78.4

77.5

272.4

90.6

73.3

257.9

105.5

68.2

239.7

125.5

100-6SR

85.5

300.8

83.9

81.7

287.3

97.0

77.2

271.4

113.4

71.7

252.2

135.1

115-6SR

99.3

349.1

95.6

95.1

334.6

110.3

90.0

316.4

128.8

83.7

294.2

153.3

125T-6SR

106.0

372.9

104.4

101.7

357.7

120.3

96.4

338.9

140.3

89.6

315.1

166.7

135-6SR

117.5

413.2

114.3

112.1

394.4

132.2

105.8

372.2

154.8

98.2

345.5

184.6

150-6SR

128.3

451.3

124.5

122.4

430.4

144.7

115.3

405.7

169.2

106.9

375.9

202.4

150T-6SR

132.7

466.8

132.5

126.7

445.6

153.5

119.4

419.9

180.0

110.6

389.1

215.9

175T-6SR

152.8

537.5

147.3

146.4

514.7

169.9

138.4

486.6

198.6

128.8

452.9

236.4

190-6SR

166.1

584.2

165.1

158.3

556.7

190.7

149.1

524.3

225.5

137.7

484.3

270.2

75-6SR

70.3

247.3

63.3

67.5

237.4

73.0

64.1

225.5

85.0

59.8

210.2

100.3

80T-6SR

73.2

257.5

69.1

71.0

249.6

79.2

67.6

237.7

92.3

63.3

222.5

108.5

90T-6SR

83.9

294.9

78.8

80.6

283.3

90.8

76.3

268.5

105.9

71.2

250.3

125.5

100-6SR

88.8

312.4

84.3

85.0

298.9

97.3

80.4

282.7

113.9

74.9

263.5

135.0

115-6SR

103.1

362.7

96.0

98.9

347.8

110.7

93.7

329.6

129.5

87.3

307.1

153.4

125T-6SR

110.1

387.1

104.8

105.8

371.9

120.7

100.4

353.1

140.7

93.5

328.9

166.8

135-6SR

122.0

429.1

114.8

116.7

410.3

132.7

110.3

387.8

155.6

102.6

360.7

184.5

150-6SR

133.3

468.8

125.0

127.3

447.6

144.7

120.1

422.5

169.8

111.7

392.7

202.7

150T-6SR

137.9

485.0

133.1

131.8

463.5

154.0

124.4

437.4

180.6

115.6

406.6

215.5

175T-6SR

158.8

558.4

147.8

152.2

535.3

170.5

144.1

506.8

199.6

134.4

472.8

235.6

190-6SR

172.6

607.0

165.8

164.7

579.2

190.7

155.4

546.5

226.6

143.9

506.1

270.4

75-6SR

73.0

256.9

63.4

70.2

247.0

73.6

66.7

234.7

86.0

62.4

219.5

100.4

80T-6SR

76.1

267.5

69.3

73.8

259.5

79.9

70.3

247.3

92.9

66.0

232.1

108.8

90T-6SR

87.0

306.1

79.0

83.8

294.5

91.6

79.5

279.7

106.3

74.3

261.2

125.3

100-6SR

92.2

324.3

84.4

88.4

310.8

98.2

83.8

294.5

114.2

78.2

275.1

136.0

115-6SR

107.1

376.6

96.1

102.8

361.7

111.7

97.6

343.2

129.9

91.2

320.7

153.1

125T-6SR

114.3

402.0

105.0

110.0

386.8

121.8

104.5

367.6

141.0

97.7

343.5

166.5

135-6SR

126.7

445.6

114.9

121.4

426.8

133.8

115.0

404.3

155.5

107.2

376.9

185.3

150-6SR

138.5

487.0

125.7

132.4

465.5

146.5

125.3

440.7

170.1

116.7

410.3

203.1

150T-6SR

143.3

503.8

133.9

137.1

482.0

156.0

129.6

455.9

181.0

120.8

424.8

216.5

175T-6SR

164.9

579.9

148.0

158.2

556.4

172.0

150.1

528.0

200.3

140.3

493.6

236.8

190-6SR

179.3

630.5

166.5

171.4

602.7

192.9

162.0

569.6

227.5

150.4

529.0

270.8

Ratings based on 10F water range in evaporator and .0001 hr.ft.F/BTU fouling factor.
Interpolation between ratings is permissible but extrapolation is NOT.
kWI is for compressor input.
Unit is running on part load for ambient temperature 115F and above due to current limiter.

- 13 -

PERFORMANCE DATA
Ambient Temperature, F
LWT
F

Model
AFHX

85.0
TR

46.0

48.0

50.0

Notes:

1.)
2.)
3.)
4.)

95.0

kW

kWI

TR

105.0

kW

kWI

TR

115.0

kW

kWI

TR

kW

kWI

75-6SR

75.8

266.4

63.8

72.9

256.5

74.0

69.5

244.3

85.9

65.1

228.8

101.3

80T-6SR

79.0

277.7

69.3

76.6

269.4

80.3

73.1

257.2

92.9

68.7

241.7

109.0

90T-6SR

90.3

317.7

79.4

87.0

305.8

92.0

82.8

291.2

106.5

77.5

272.4

125.9

100-6SR

95.8

336.9

84.9

91.8

323.0

98.6

87.2

306.8

114.9

81.6

287.0

135.8

115-6SR

111.2

391.1

96.6

106.9

375.9

112.1

101.6

357.4

130.5

95.1

334.6

153.8

125T-6SR

118.6

417.2

105.5

114.2

401.7

122.4

108.8

382.5

141.4

101.8

358.0

167.2

135-6SR

131.6

462.8

115.5

126.1

443.3

134.4

119.6

420.5

156.9

111.8

393.1

184.8

150-6SR

143.7

505.5

125.8

137.6

484.0

146.8

130.4

458.5

171.1

121.7

428.1

202.3

150T-6SR

148.8

523.3

134.1

142.4

500.9

156.2

135.0

474.7

182.0

126.0

443.0

215.7

175T-6SR

171.2

602.0

148.9

164.4

578.2

172.9

156.2

549.5

200.3

146.3

514.4

237.1

190-6SR

186.1

654.6

167.4

178.1

626.5

192.0

168.6

593.1

228.2

157.0

552.1

270.1

75-6SR

78.6

276.4

64.0

75.6

265.8

74.0

72.1

253.6

86.6

67.6

237.7

101.9

80T-6SR

81.8

287.6

69.8

79.4

279.4

80.3

76.0

267.1

93.7

71.4

251.3

110.4

90T-6SR

93.6

329.3

79.9

90.2

317.1

92.2

85.9

302.2

107.5

80.5

283.0

126.5

100-6SR

99.3

349.1

85.6

95.2

334.9

98.9

90.5

318.4

115.7

84.8

298.2

136.3

115-6SR

115.2

405.3

97.5

110.8

389.8

112.3

105.5

370.9

131.2

98.8

347.4

154.4

125T-6SR

123.1

432.8

106.3

118.4

416.6

122.4

112.9

397.0

143.4

105.8

371.9

168.6

135-6SR

136.4

479.7

117.1

130.8

459.8

135.0

124.2

436.7

158.0

116.2

408.6

186.7

150-6SR

149.0

524.0

127.5

142.8

502.2

147.1

135.4

476.1

172.4

126.6

445.3

204.3

150T-6SR

154.3

542.5

135.6

147.8

519.7

156.6

140.2

492.9

183.3

131.0

460.9

217.9

175T-6SR

177.5

624.2

150.0

170.5

599.7

173.1

162.2

570.3

202.3

152.0

534.6

238.0

190-6SR

193.0

678.7

168.8

184.8

649.9

193.5

175.1

615.9

229.8

163.4

574.6

273.1

75-6SR

81.5

286.6

64.6

78.5

276.0

74.2

74.9

263.5

86.8

70.3

247.3

102.0

80T-6SR

84.9

298.5

70.2

82.4

289.9

80.7

78.9

277.4

94.1

74.3

261.2

110.6

90T-6SR

97.1

341.5

80.7

93.6

329.3

92.5

89.3

314.1

108.1

83.8

294.5

127.3

100-6SR

103.0

362.3

86.2

98.9

347.8

99.0

94.1

330.9

116.3

88.4

310.8

137.0

115-6SR

119.6

420.5

98.2

115.1

404.7

112.9

109.6

385.5

132.0

102.9

362.0

154.9

125T-6SR

127.6

448.6

107.3

123.0

432.4

122.8

117.3

412.6

143.8

110.1

387.1

168.6

135-6SR

141.5

497.5

117.4

135.8

477.7

135.4

129.1

453.9

158.9

121.1

425.8

187.1

150-6SR

154.6

543.8

127.9

148.3

521.7

147.8

140.8

495.2

174.2

132.0

464.2

205.0

150T-6SR

160.0

562.7

136.0

153.5

539.9

157.1

145.7

512.4

185.5

136.6

480.4

218.4

175T-6SR

184.1

647.3

151.3

177.1

622.9

174.1

168.5

592.8

203.5

158.4

557.1

239.3

190-6SR

200.2

704.2

169.3

192.0

675.1

195.0

182.2

640.7

231.7

170.3

599.1

273.4

Ratings based on 10F water range in evaporator and .0001 hr.ft.F/BTU fouling factor.
Interpolation between ratings is permissible but extrapolation is NOT.
kWI is for compressor input.
Unit is running on part load for ambient temperature 115F and above due to current limiter.

- 14 -

DIMENSIONAL DATA
AFHX 75-6SR, 100-6SR

AFHX 80T-6SR, 90T-6SR

AFHX 115-6SR, 135-6SR

Note : All dimensions are in inches[mm].

- 15 -

DIMENSIONAL DATA
AFHX 125T-6SR, 150T-6SR

AFHX 150-6SR

Note : All dimensions are in inches[mm].

- 16 -

DIMENSIONAL DATA
AFHX 175T-6SR

AFHX 190-6SR

Note : All dimensions are in inches[mm].

- 17 -

FLOOR LOADING DIAGRAM

a.) POINT LOAD LOCATION inches[mm]


Model AFHX

A Dim.

B Dim.

C Dim.

D Dim.

E Dim.

75-6SR

86[2184]

18[457]

57[1448]

57[1448]

18[457]

80T-6SR

86[2184]

18[457]

57[1448]

57[1448]

18[457]

90T-6SR

86[2184]

18[457]

57[1448]

57[1448]

18[457]

100-6SR

86[2184]

18[457]

57[1448]

57[1448]

18[457]
18[457]

115-6SR

86[2184]

18[457]

78[1981]

78[1981]

125T-6SR

86[2184]

18[457]

78[1981]

78[1981]

18[457]

135-6SR

86[2184]

18[457]

78[1981]

78[1981]

18[457]

150-6SR

86[2184]

18[457]

83-1/4[2115]

83-1/4[2115]

18[457]

150T-6SR

86[2184]

18[457]

78[1981]

78[1981]

18[457]

175T-6SR

86[2184]

18[457]

99[2515]

99[2515]

18[457]

190-6SR

86[2184]

18[457]

99[2515]

99[2515]

18[457]

b.) POINT LOAD DATA lbs [kg]


Model
AFHX

Pos.
#1

Pos.
#2

Pos.
#3

Pos.
#4

Pos.
#5

Pos.
#6

Total Operating
Weight

75-6SR

1297 [588]

1464 [664]

1630 [739]

1465 [665]

1416 [642]

1368 [621]

8641 [3919]

80T-6SR

1633 [741]

1578 [716]

1523 [691]

1462 [663]

1482 [672]

1501 [681]

9179 [4164]

90T-6SR

1737 [788]

1675 [760]

1612 [731]

1550 [703]

1575 [714]

1599 [725]

9749 [4422]

100-6SR

1415 [642]

1614 [732]

1813 [822]

1598 [725]

1543 [700]

1487 [674]

9470 [4296]
11112 [5040]

115-6SR

1607 [729]

1849 [839]

2091 [948]

1795 [814]

1855 [841]

1915 [869]

125T-6SR

2169 [984]

2094 [950]

2020 [916]

1819 [825]

1987 [901]

2156 [978]

12246 [5555]

135-6SR

1700 [771]

1954 [886]

2208 [1002]

1886 [855]

1949 [884]

2011 [912]

11708 [5311]

150-6SR

1794 [814]

2102 [953]

2411 [1094]

2057 [933]

2091 [948]

2125 [964]

12581 [5707]

150T-6SR

2323 [1054]

2258 [1024]

2192 [994]

1994 [904]

2125 [964]

2256 [1023]

13148 [5964]

175T-6SR

3046 [1382]

2787 [1264]

2528 [1147]

2145 [973]

2427 [1101]

2708 [1228]

15641 [7095]

190-6SR

2056 [933]

2257 [1024]

2458 [1115]

2715 [1232]

2704 [1227]

2692 [1221]

14882 [6750]

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DIMENSIONAL CLEARANCE
SPACE REQUIREMENTS
Single Pit (See Note 2)

Double Pit (See Note 2)

Multi Pit

Notes:
1.) All dimensions are minimal, unless
otherwise noted.

Corner Wall

2.) Pit installations are not recommended. Re-circulation of hot


condenser air in combination with
surface air turbulence cannot be
predicted. Hot air re-circulation will
severely affect unit efficiency (EER)
and can cause high pressure or fan
motor temperature trips. DunhamBush will not be responsible for
ducting fans to a higher level to
alleviate the above mentioned
conditions.

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EVAPORATOR WATER PRESSURE DROP


IMPERIAL UNITS

PRESSURE DROP - ft.wg.

100
AFHX 75-6SR
AFHX 80T-6SR
AFHX 90T-6SR
AFHX 100-6SR
AFHX 115-6SR
AFHX 150-6SR
AFHX 150T-6SR

10

AFHX 125T-6SR
AFHX 135-6SR
AFHX 175T-6SR

AFHX 190-6SR

1
10

100

1000

WATER FLOW RATE - USgpm

S. I. UNITS

PRESSURE DROP - kPa

1000

AFHX 75-6SR
AFHX 80T-6SR
AFHX 90T-6SR
AFHX 100-6SR
AFHX 115-6SR
AFHX 150-6SR
AFHX 150T-6SR

100

AFHX 125T-6SR
AFHX 135-6SR
AFHX 175T-6SR
AFHX 190-6SR

10

1
10

100

1000

WATER FLOW RATE - m/hr

SOUND PRESSURE DATA


Octave Band (Hz)
Model
63

125

250

500

1K

2K

4K

8K

Total
dB (A)

AFHX 75-6SR

45

44

50

52

57

55

51

43

61

AFHX 80T-6SR

46

45

51

53

58

56

51

44

62

AFHX 90T-6SR

46

45

51

53

58

56

51

44

62

AFHX 100-6SR

48

46

52

53

60

57

52

44

63
64

AFHX 115-6SR

48

47

53

54

61

58

53

45

AFHX 125T-6SR

47

46

52

54

59

57

52

45

63

AFHX 135-6SR

50

49

54

55

63

60

55

46

66

AFHX 150-6SR

51

49

55

55

63

60

55

46

66

AFHX 150T-6SR

48

47

52

54

60

57

53

45

63

AFHX 175T-6SR

49

48

54

55

61

59

54

46

65

AFHX 190-6SR

51

49

55

56

63

61

55

46

67

Note: Unit Sound Pressure Level (Lp) @ 33 ft [10m] (free field), 2 dB tolerance.

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CONDENSER FAN
FAN POSITION NUMBER & CYCLING SEQUENCE
AFHX 115-6SR, 135-6SR, 150-6SR,
125T-6SR, 150T-6SR

AFHX 75-6SR, 100-6SR,


80T-6SR, 90T-6SR

BASE FANS

2, 4, 6

BASE FANS

2, 4, 6, 8

STAGE 1

1, 5

STAGE 1

1, 5

STAGE 2

STAGE 2

3, 7

AFHX 175T-6SR, 190-6SR

BASE FANS

2, 4, 6, 8, 10

STAGE 1

1, 5

STAGE 2

3, 7

STAGE 3

ELECTRICAL DATA
MODEL
AFHX

COMPRESSOR DATA

COND. FAN MOTOR DATA

UNIT ELECTRICAL DATA

MODEL

QTY

RLA

LRA

QTY

HP

FLA

FLA

MCA

MFS

75-6SR

HX1512

107

625

3.8

130

157

250

80T-6SR

HX1309

58

325

3.8

139

153

200

90T-6SR

HX1311

67

325

3.8

157

174

200

100-6SR

HX1709

143

730

3.8

166

202

300
350

115-6SR

HX1711

162

845

3.8

192

233

125T-6SR

HX1509

89

500

3.8

208

231

300

135-6SR

HX1811

194

915

3.8

224

273

450

150-6SR

HX1813

213

1400

3.8

243

297

500

150T-6SR

HX1512

113

625

3.8

256

285

350

175T-6SR

HX1709
HX1512

1
1

142
109

730
625

10

3.8

289

325

450

190-6SR

HX1816

281

1495

10

3.8

319

389

600

Note:

MCA - Minimum Circuit Ampacity


FLA Full Load Amps

MFS - Maximum Fuse Size


LRA - Locked Rotor Amps

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RLA - Running Load Amps

TYPICAL WIRING SCHEMATIC


TWO COMPRESSORS UNIT

- 22 -

TYPICAL WIRING SCHEMATIC

- 23 -

TYPICAL WIRING SCHEMATIC

- 24 -

TYPICAL WIRING SCHEMATIC

- 25 -

GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
1. The contractor shall in accordance with the plans,
furnish and install _____________ Dunham-Bush
_______________ packaged liquid chiller(s). The
unit(s) shall be completely factory packaged
including rotary screw compressor(s), evaporator,
condenser, and controller control center. The
packaged chiller shall be factory assembled,
charged and tested with a full operating refrigerant
and oil charge. The refrigerant type shall be R134a.
2. Capacity of each chiller shall be not less than
_________________ TR (kW output) cooling
_____________ USgpm (liters/min.) of water from
__________ F[C] to _________ F[C]. Power
input requirements for the unit(s), incorporating all
appurtenances necessary for unit operation,
including but not limited to the control accessories
and oil pump or pumps, if required, shall not exceed
___________kW input at design conditions. The
unit shall be able to unload to _______% of cooling
(refrigeration) capacity when operating with leaving
chilled water and entering condenser water
temperature at full load design temperatures. The
unit shall be capable of continuous operation at this
point, with stable compressor operation, without the
use of hot gas bypass.
3. Heat transfer surfaces shall be selected to reflect
the incorporation of a fouling factor of 0.0001 hr.ft.
F/BTU [0.000018m.C/W] for the evaporator.
Water pressure drop at design conditions shall not
exceed ____________ feet of water through the
evaporator.
4. The packaged chiller shall be furnished with singlestage direct connected positive displacement rotary
screw compressor(s) as required, of the oil injected
type, driven by a 3500 RPM (2900 RPM-50Hz)
motor. Each compressor shall include an integral oil
separation system, oil sump and oil filter. The oil
temperature shall be controlled during operation to
maintain proper oil temperatures throughout the
lubrication system. An electric oil heater shall be
supplied with each compressor to maintain oil
temperature during shutdown period. Each
compressor shall have a suction filter, suction
service valve and a discharge check valve.
Compressor capacity control shall be obtained by
an electrically initiated, hydraulically actuated slide
valve within each compressor housing. (Provide
isolation valves on all connections to compressor to

allow condenser to be used as a pump down


receiver.)
5. Evaporator vessels shall all be cleanable shell and
tube type with integral finned copper water tubes
mechanically expanded into heavy fixed steel tube
sheets. They are to be available in one, two or three
pass design as required on the drawings with
Victaulic connections. Flanges or stub out
connections optional. The shell side of the
evaporator is to have a single relief valve with
provision for refrigerant venting. Evaporators shall
be designed, constructed in accordance with the
ASME Code for Unfired Pressure Vessels. The
flooded evaporator shall have a built in distributor
for feeding refrigerant evenly under the tube bundle
to produce a uniform boiling action and baffle plates
shall be provided to ensure vapor separation. Water
headers are to be removable for tube cleaning. Vent
and drain plugs are to be provided in each head.
(All low temperature surfaces shall be factory
insulated.)
6. The flooded evaporator shall be fitted with an oil
recovery system. The oil recovery system will
ensure that the evaporator is operating at peak
efficiency at all times and provide optimal energy
efficiency during extended periods of part load.
Units without oil recovery systems mounted on the
evaporator will not be acceptable.
7. The condenser coil is to be constructed of copper
tubes and die formed aluminum fins having selfspacing collars. Fins shall be mechanically bonded
to the tubes. An integral sub-cooling loop shall be
incorporated into the coil. Condenser divider baffles
shall fully separate each condenser fan section to
control the airflow to maintain proper head pressure
control. The condenser shall be sized for pump
down capacity.
8. To maximize energy efficiency, the packaged chiller
shall be equipped with a flash economizer cycle and
modulating
refrigerant
expansion
devices.
Refrigerant vapor from the flash economizer shall
be fed back into an intermediate compressor stage,
reducing the enthalpy of the refrigerant and
increasing the net refrigeration effect of the
evaporator.

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GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
9

The fans shall be heavy duty, polypropylene blade,


direct drive propeller type. Motors shall be three
phase with internal overloads and are to be
permanently lubricated.

10. The packaged chiller shall be furnished with a


modulating refrigerant control system to optimize
efficiency and compressor protection. This
refrigerant control system will reduce the flow of
efficiency robbing refrigerant vapor in the
condenser from entering the evaporator at reduced
load by directly modulating a motorized refrigerant
valve in the liquid line entering the evaporator. In
addition, the refrigerant control system shall
measure the level of liquid refrigerant in the
flooded evaporator and restrict refrigerant flow
entering the evaporator upon a rise in the level,
protecting the compressor from liquid slugging.
Fixed orifice control systems will not be
acceptable. (Hot gas bypass shall be factory
installed for operation below minimum percent of
unit capacity.)

Terminal or PC with communication software


installed to enable remote monitoring.
12. The electrical control panel shall be wired to permit
fully automatic operation during - initial start-up,
normal operation, and shutdown conditions. The
control system shall contain the following control
and safety devices:
MANUAL CONTROLS
D Control circuit stop and start switches
D Compressor enable switch

SAFETY CONTROLS
D Solid state compressor motor starter overloads
D
D
D
D
D
D

(3 phase)
Low oil level optical sensor
High condenser pressure
Low evaporator pressure
Freeze protection
Chilled water flow loss
Under voltage phase failure relay

AUTOMATIC CONTROLS
D Compressor motor increment contactors

11. The packaged chiller shall be equipped with


controller control. The control shall provide for
compressor loading based on leaving chilled water
temperature. It shall provide for high and low
refrigerant pressure protection, low oil level
protection, evaporator water freeze protection,
sensor error protection, and motor load control
(demand limiter) based on amp draw. Anti-recycle
protection shall also be provided. The controller
shall have a simple keypad accessed input system
and be complete with a two-line 80 character
alphanumeric display. Input shall be accomplished
through simple menu driven display screens, with
on-line help available by pressing a help button at
anytime during operation. The controller shall
continuously monitor evaporator leaving water
temperature; evaporator and condenser pressure;
compressor amp draw; and refrigerant. The
controller shall be complete with all hardware and
software necessary to enable remote monitoring of
all data through the addition of only a simple,
phone modem and terminal. The controller shall be
complete with an RS232 "local" communications
port and an RS485 long distance differential
communications port. The controller shall also
accept a remote start and stop signal, 0 to 5VDC
chilled water temperature reset signal and (0 to
5VDC compressor current limit reset signal).

D Increment start timer


D Anti-recycle timer
D Oil sump heater interlock relays

REFRIGERANT CONTROLS
D Motorized refrigerant flow control
D Liquid refrigerant level sensor for evaporator
D Compressor load and unload solenoid valves

INDICATOR LIGHTS
D Power on
D Compressor high oil temperature
D Compressor motor overload
D System common alarm

13. The control system shall be provided with an antirecycle device. The control shall limit compressor
starting to a minimum of 15 minutes between
starts.
14. The packaged chiller shall be furnished with unit
mounted reduced inrush starting system for each
compressor. The starters shall be factory mounted
and wired, with individual circuit breakers on
multiple compressor units. The unit shall be wired
so that the only field electrical connection to the
packaged chiller shall be to a single three-phase
power terminal.
Optional items in (

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Americas

Europe

Africa

United States of America

United Kingdom

South Africa

175 South Street,


West Hartford,
CT 06110, USA

8 Downley Road,
Havant, Hampshire,
England PO9 2JD

No. 57 Sovereign Drive


Route 21 Corporate Park
Irene, Pretoria
South Africa

Tel: 1-860-249 8671


Fax: 1-860-953 3300

Tel : 44-23-9247 7700


Fax: 44-23-9245 0396

China

Asia

Middle East & North Africa

No. 1 Dunham-Bush Road,


Laishan District,
Yantai,
Shandong Province,
China 264003

Singapore

United Arab Emirates

146B, Paya Lebar Road,


No. 05-01,
ACE Building,
Singapore 409017

Platinum Business Centre


Office No. 704
P. O. Box 30922,
Al Nahda 2nd, Dubai, UAE

Tel: 65-6842 2012


Fax: 65-6842 2013

Tel: 971-4-280 6699


Fax: 971-4-280 9886

Russia & CIS

India

Malaysia

Russia
Lot 11, Novinskiy Boulevard,
Moscow,
121099 Russian Federation

304 Sky Station,


Plot No. 109,
Viman Nagar,
Pune 411014,
India

Lot 5755-6, Kidamai Industrial Park,


Bukit Angkat,
43000 Kajang,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
Malaysia

Tel: 7-499-255 6953


Fax: 7-499-255 6953

Tel: 91-20-4131 4682


Fax: 91-20-4131 4683

Tel: 603-8924 9000


Fax: 603-8739 5020

Tel: 86-535-658 8999


Fax: 86-535-658 1999

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www.dunham-bush.com

Tel: 27-12-345 4202


Fax: 27-12-345 4203

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