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Form No: MES0446A

Screw Compressor

Air Cooled Flooded Chillers

No: MES0446A Screw Compressor Air Cooled Flooded Chillers AFHX AFHX Series Series (High (High Ambient)

AFHX AFHX Series Series

(High (High Ambient) Ambient)

90 to 636 Tons

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Flooded Chillers AFHX AFHX Series Series (High (High Ambient) Ambient) 90 to 636 Tons 55 5

TABLE OF CONTENT

DESCRIPTION

PAGE NO

Nomenclature

2

Advantages of Flooded Chiller

3

Unit Features

5

Operating Benefits

8

Typical Sequence of Operation

9

Physical Data

10

Performance Data

12

Dimensional Data

14

Typical Wiring Schematic

19

Sound Data

24

NOMENCLATURE

A

F

HX 110

Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor

Air Cooled Chiller

Flooded Evaporator

Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor

Horizontal Screw Compressor

Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Air Cooled Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor
Chiller Flooded Evaporator Horizontal Screw Compressor Nominal Tons Single Compressor = 90, 120, 140, 160,

Nominal Tons

Single Compressor = 90, 120, 140, 160,

 

180

Two Compressors =

90T, 110T, 125T,

160T, 190, 220, 250, 295, 315, 340, 375, 435,490 Three Compressors = 545, 595, 635

Two Compressors = 90T, 110T, 125T, 160T, 190, 220, 250, 295, 315, 340, 375, 435,490 Three
Two Compressors = 90T, 110T, 125T, 160T, 190, 220, 250, 295, 315, 340, 375, 435,490 Three
Two Compressors = 90T, 110T, 125T, 160T, 190, 220, 250, 295, 315, 340, 375, 435,490 Three

T

-

5

S R

Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz
Blank = R22 R = R134a S = Standard Q = Special 5 = 50Hz

Blank

= R22

R

= R134a

S

= Standard

Q

= Special

5

= 50Hz

6

= 60Hz

T

= Optional Two Compressors

Blank = Standard

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ADVANTAGES OF FLOODED CHILLER

In a flooded cooler 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 a mod-motor actuated ball valve which modulates the subcooled liquid refrigerant into the cooler. This ensures that all the cooler tubes are completely immersed in the liquid refrigerant for better heat transfer efficiency. For a Direct Expansion (DX) cooler the refrigerant is expanded into the tubes while the chilled water is circulated through the shell. Thermostatic expansion valve is used to throttle the refrigerant in maintaining constant superheat of suction gas to the compressor.

The

flooded chiller:

following

are

the

advantages

of

using

1. Higher Capacity and Higher EER Achievable with the Same Compressor

The flooded cooler 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 cooler 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 cooler, is typically less than 3°F.

On the contrary, for a DX or Direct Expansion Cooler, the typical approach temperature is between 8°F to 10°F. This simply means that the same compressor in

a flooded cooler system will operate at a higher saturated evaporating temperature when compared to the same compressor in

a DX-Cooler system, when outlet chilled

water temperatures in both cases are set at the same temperature.

Figure 1 shows the typical screw compressor capacity performance curve at a particular condensing temperature over saturated evaporating temperature of between 30°F to 50°F, and the typical power

input curve over the same conditions. It can be noted that the same compressor when operating with a flooded cooler will generate approximately 8% more cooling capacity while kw input increases negligibly by about 1.8%. Therefore, the same compressor when coupled to a flooded cooler will typically achieved higher cooling capacity performance with correspondingly higher

Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) i.e. (Btu/watt)

or lower kw/Ton.

FIGURE 1

Ratio (EER) i.e. (Btu/watt) or lower kw/Ton. FIGURE 1 A DX cooler uses TXV throttling to

A DX cooler uses TXV throttling to maintain

about 10 to 15°F suction superheat to

prevent liquid flood back to the compressor.

In a flooded cooler, the refrigerant boils off in

the shell and gas can be sucked out from the top of cooler back to compressor. The suction superheat is usually about 2 to 3°F. Reduction in suction superheat will further increase the capacity performance of the compressor.

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ADVANTAGES OF FLOODED CHILLER

DX coolers 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 cooler. On the contrary, there is very little shell side pressure losses for a flooded cooler. 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 cooler to generate more capacity than one with a DX Cooler.

2. Better Part Load Performance

The Dunham-Bush Air Cooled Flooded Chiller with its sophisticated microcomputer

control and

system has all cooler 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 cooler tubes are utilized even at part-load conditions. On the contrary, in the Direct Expansion Cooler, because of the need to maintain adequate refrigerant gas velocities in the cooler tubes for proper oil return, it is typical for certain bundle of cooler tubes to be “blocked” or “baffled off” at part-load conditions. Thus not utilizing the full heat transfer surface areas of the cooler tubes and therefore have a lower efficiency when compared with a flooded cooler chiller at part-load conditions.

patented oil management

3. Excellent Capacity Modulation in Response to Building Loads Dunham-Bush utilizes its state-of-the-art NC25-4 microcomputer controller in combination with the electronic level controller and mod-motor actuated ball valve to ensure instantaneous and precise feeding of liquid refrigerant to the flooded cooler in response to changes in building demand;

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and maintains precise (±1/2°F) preset outlet chilled water temperatures even at very low load conditions; whereas most of Dunham- Bush’s competitors, in screw chillers, still utilizes the conventional “centrifugal chiller” method of using orifice plates to modulate refrigerant feed to the cooler; and as such their machines do not function efficiently at low-load conditions and can encounter oil return problem!

4. Cleanable Cooler

For a single pass cooler, the end plates at both ends of the water boxes (2 pass only at return end) can be removed easily without dismantling the chilled water piping

for

mechanical tubes cleaning with brushes or auto-brush. This will enable low tube fouling factor in the cooler to be ensured, thus maintaining system efficiency.

connections, for inspection

and

5. Lower Water Side Pressure Drop

In a DX cooler, 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 as compared with

of a flooded

cooler.

flooded

pump

power

water

the water flow

in the tubes

words,

require

at

In

other

will

operate

the

equivalent

chiller

to

smaller

lower

consumption.

6. Commonly Used In Large Tonnage Chillers Where Efficiency Is Critical

As a general rule, DX-cooler are typically used in small and medium tonnage chillers

where efficiency is not important and the low

initial

However, with increasing energy cost and the drive to reduce global warming, flooded cooler chillers will increasingly become more popular not only in the large tonnage but also in the small and medium tonnage chillers. Dunham-Bush, again, leads the industry in this respect!

cost is the main consideration!

UNIT FEATURES

Microcomputer Control

Advanced Microcomputer control is a standard feature for all Dunham-Bush rotary screw air cooled chillers monitoring analog and digital inputs to achieve precise control of the major operational and protective functions of the unit.

fingertip

Direct

Digital

Control

(DDC)

allows

user interaction. Its simple-to-use push button

keyboard

access to operating conditions, control setpoints and alarm history clearly displayed on

character

alphanumeric display.

An easy-to-install, inexpensive modem option allows remote reading of operating parameter updates. The Dunham-Bush microcomputer insures its owner state-of-the-art efficiency and reliability.

a prominent

software provide

and

menu-driven

multi-line

80

Display Information

The 80 character alphanumeric liquid crystal

display utilizes easy to understand menu-driven

software. Inexperienced operators can quickly

work through these menus to obtain the information they require or to modify control parameters. More experienced operators can

bypass

the

menu

systems,

if

desired,

and

move

directly

to

their

requested

control

function. At all times, assistance is available to the operator by simply pressing the help key. Easily accessible measurements include:

]

Leaving chilled water temperature.

 

]

Evaporator pressure.

 

]

Condenser pressure.

]

System voltage.

]

Compressor

amp

draw

of

each

compressor.

]

Compressor

elapsed

run

time

of

each

compressor.

]

Compressor starts status.

 

]

Oil level switch status.

 

]

Water temperature reset value.

 

]

Water flow switch status.

 

] External start/ stop command status.

Optional entering chilled water temperature is available. With this option the operator can quickly and accurately read all significant water temperatures and eliminate the need for often- inaccurate thermometers.

and eliminate the need for often- inaccurate thermometers. - 5 - Capacity Control Leaving chilled water

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Capacity Control

Leaving chilled water temperature control is accomplished by entering the water

temperature setpoint

microcomputer 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

and

placing

the

leaving

chilled

water

setpoint

is

UNIT FEATURES

accomplished through either direct connection of other DB control packages to the microcomputer through either the RS485 long distance differential communications port, via terminal or modem connected to the RS232 communication port, or from an external Building Automation System supplying a simple 0 to 5VDC signal. Remote reset of compressor current limit may be accomplished in a similar fashion.

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 microcomputer may be programmed with seven-day operating cycle or other DB control packages may start and stop the system through inter-connecting wiring.

System Protection

The following system protection controls will automatically act to insure system reliability:

]Low suction pressure ]High discharge pressure ]Freeze protection ]Low differential pressure ]Low oil level ]Compressor run error ]Power loss ]Chilled water flow loss ]Sensor error ]Compressor over current ]Anti-recycle

The microcomputer will retain the latest eight alarm conditions complete with time of failure in

an

technicians in troubleshooting tasks enabling

service

alarm

history.

This

tool

will

aid

downtime

and

nuisance

trip-outs to be

minimized.

Remote Monitoring

The microcomputer is complete with an RS232

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communications port and all hardware or software necessary for remote monitoring and

controlled from a simple terminal and optional phone modem. This sophisticated feature makes servicing easier and more convenient to the system. The microcomputer as standard is

which

may

retrieved via the phone modem periodically. Now owners of multiple buildings have a simple and inexpensive method of investigating potential problems quickly and in a highly cost effective manner. Dunham-Bush has an open protocol on its microcomputer to allow direct interface with Building Management Systems.

be

additionally equipped with history files

be

used

to

take

logs

which

may

Refrigerating Cycle

The refrigerant management system, is very similar to centrifugal water chillers and is shown in the refrigerant cycle diagram below.

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

compression begins.

This partially compressed gas is then joined by additional gas from the flash economizer as the rotors rotate past the vapor injection port at an intermediate pressure. 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.

Fully compressed and superheated refrigerant is then discharged into the condenser, where air is being drawn through the condenser tube by the propeller fan cools and condenses the refrigerant. Liquid refrigerant then passes through the first expansion device and into the flash economizer where flash gas and liquid refrigerant are separated.

The gaseous refrigerant is then drawn out of the flash economizer and into the vapor

the

port

of

the

compressor

where

UNIT FEATURES

UNIT FEATURES injection port of the compressor. The remaining liquid refrigerant then passes through a second

injection port of the compressor. The remaining liquid refrigerant then passes through a second expansion device which reduces refrigerant pressure to evaporator levels where it is then distributed evenly into the evaporator.

flash

By

economizer at an intermediate pressure, the

refrigerant

evaporator

enthalpy

removing

of

is

the

the

flash

gas

This

from

flowing

the

into

the

the

reduced.

increases

refrigeration effect and improves the efficiency of the refrigeration cycle.

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.

Part-Load Performance

Through

modulating flow control and multiple compressors, Dunham-Bush air-cooled chillers

economizer

the

use

of

flash

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have

characteristics in the industry when measured in accordance with ARI Standard 550/590-98.

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.

Dunham-Bush air-cooled chillers combine the efficient operation of multiple compressors with an economizer cycle and microprocessor control to yield the best total energy efficiency and significant operating saving under any load.

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.

best

part-load

performance

OPERATING BENEFITS

Efficiency and Reliability

]

ASHRAE

Standard

15

Safety

Code

for

 

Mechanical Refrigeration.

 
 

]

IEEE.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

]

Designed to provide the greatest amount of cooling for the least kilowatt input over the entire operating range of your building.

]

Delivers

outstanding

efficiency

and

total

energy

savings

through

the

utilization

of

economizer

cycle

and

microcomputer-

controlled staging producing greater capacity with fewer compressors.

]

Maximized performance through computer- matched components and multiple compressors on a single refrigerant circuit.

]

High

efficiency

oil

recovery system

guarantees removal of oil carried over in the

refrigerant

exchangers at their maximum efficiency at

both full and part load.

and

maintains

the

heat

INSTALLATION EASE

]

Dramatic payback in reduced maintenance and overhaul costs both in down time and in labor expenditures.

]

Ease

of

troubleshooting

through

microprocessor

retention

of

monitored

functions.

]

Factory run tested.

 

SAFETY CODE

]

ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code,

Section

VIII

Division

1

"Unfired

Pressure

Vessels".

]

JKKP Code.

 

]

ASME Standard B31.5 Refrigeration Piping.

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REFRIGERANT COMPATIBILITY

]

Designed to operate with environmentally safe and economically smart HCFC-22 with proven efficiency and reliability.

]

Consult

Factory

for

use

of

other

HFC

refrigerants.

CONTROL FLEXIBILITY

]

Microcomputer-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.

]

Insured uniform compressor loading and

optimal

energy efficiency through

microcomputer controls which utilize pressure transducers to measure evaporator and condenser pressure.

]

Lower energy costs resulting from automatic load monitoring and increased accuracy and efficiency in compressor staging.

]

Monitor your chiller's key functions from a remote location with a simple, low cost, phone modem option.

]

Proactive control by microcomputer that anticipates problems and 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 the line while warning

operator of potential problems.

TYPICAL SEQUENCE OF OPERATION

The Dunham-Bush air-cooled water chiller

depends mainly on its on-board microcomputer

for a two-

compressor units and is very similar for single,

four-compressor units.

For initial start-up, the following conditions must be met:

for control. Operation described is

]

Power supply to unit energized.

 

]

Unit circuit breakers in the "on" position.

 

]

Control

power

switch

on

for

at

least

15

minutes. Compressor switches on.

 

]

Reset pressed on microcomputer keypad.

 

]

Chilled

water

pump

running

and

chilled

water flow switch made.

 

]

Leaving chilled water temperature at least 2°F above setpoint.

]

All safety conditions satisfied.

 

After all above conditions are met, the microcomputer will call for the lead compressor to start. The compressor 15-minute anti-recycle timer is initiated at compressor start.

The microcomputer 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, yielding 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.

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 (+/-0.8°F 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 match applied load

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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 microcomputer 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.

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 2°F below setpoint, at which time the lead compressor will shut down. It will restart automatically if leaving chilled water temperature rises to 2°F above setpoint and both 15 minute anti-recycle and one minute start delay timers are satisfied.

During start-up operation, the computer monitors the difference between discharge and suction pressures to ensure that minimum of 30 psi differential is available for compressor lubrication. If the difference falls below a minimum of 30psi, 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 microcomputer which overcome potential problems while continuing operation.

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.

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL AFHX

90-5

90T-5

120-5

110T-5

140-5

125T-5

160-5

160T-5

180-5

190-5

220-5

 

COMPRESSOR

 

MODEL (QTY)

HISC 1512

HISC 1309

HISC 1709

HISC 1311

HISC 1711

HISC 1311

HISC 1811

HISC 1509

HISC 1813

HISC 1512

HISC 1512

x 1

x 2

x 1

x 2

x 1

x

1,

x 1

x

1

x 1

x 2

x

1,

HISC 1509

HISC 1512

HISC 1709

x

1

x

1

x

1

RPM

2950

2950

2950

2950

2950

2950

2950

2950

2950

2950

2950

NOMINAL CAPACITY

TR

90.0

90.0

120.0

110.0

140.0

125.0

160.0

160.0

180.0

190.0

220.0

MIN. % UNIT CAPACITY REDUCTION

25%

12.5%

25%

12.5%

25%

12.5%

25%

12.5%

25%

12.5%

12.5%

 

EVAPORATOR

 

MODEL (QTY)

B1(1)

B1(1)

C1(1)

C1(1)

D1(1)

D1(1)

D2(1)

D2(1)

D2(1)

B1(2)

C1(2)

WATER CONNECTOR

INCH

5

5

5

5

6

 

6

6

6

6

6

 

6

NOM. WATER FLOW / P D GPM / FT IN WG

216/9.92

216/9.92

288/10.8

264/9.2

336/8.7

300/7.1

384/9.0

384/9.0

432/11.2

456/11.8

528/10.38

MIN/ MAX WATER FLOW

74/372

74/372

96/480

96/480

125/577

125/577

140/703

140/703

140/703

148/743

193/958

 

GPM

MIN/ MAX WATER PD FT IN WG

1.5/26.5

1.5/26.5

1.5/27.0

1.5/27.0

1.5/23.1

1.5/23.1

1.5/27.0

1.5/27.0

1.5/27.0

1.6/28.8

1.7/30.9

 

CONDENSER

 

COIL ROWS DEEP/ TOTAL FA (SQ.FT)

3/141.2

3/141.2

4/141.2

4/141.2

4/188.2

3/94.1,

4/188.2

4/188.2

3/235.3

3/282.3

3/282.3

4/94.1

NO. OF FAN

6

6

6

6

8

 

8

8

8

8

12

 

12

FAN DIA.

MM

800

800

800

800

800

800

800

800,860

860

800

800,860

MOTOR HP (QTY)

1.5(6)

1.5(6)

1.5(6)

1.5(6)

1.5(8)

1.5(8)

1.5(8)

15.(8)

1.5(8)

1.5(12)

1.5(12)

FLA, AMP (QTY)

3.2(6)

3.2(6)

3.2(6)

3.2(6)

3.2(8)

3.2(8)

3.2(8)

3.2(8)

3.2(8)

3.2(12)

3.2(12)

TOTAL CFM

77175

77175

72765

72765

98700

94710

94500

99960

101220

153405

157185

MIN. AMBIENT TEMP. (F) AT MIN. LOAD

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

 

ELECTRICAL

 

NOM. VOLTAGE

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

UNIT RLA

A

152

84(2)

204

96(2)

233

96(1),

272

127(1),

304

151(1),

151(1),

 

127(1)

159(1)

152(1)

198(1)

UNIT MAX. INRUSH

A

171

205

223

254

259

291

298

351

330

414

459

 

GENERAL

 

UNIT LENGTH

INCH

149.5

149.5

149.5

149.5

191.5

191.5

191.5

191.5

210

275.5

275.5

UNIT WIDTH

INCH

88

88

88

88

88

88

88

88

88

88

88

UNIT HEIGHT

INCH

94

94

94

94

94

94

94

94

96

96

96

SHIPPING WEIGHT

LBS

8217

8637

9268

9647

10928

11290

11388

12077

12111

15661

16555

OPERATING WEIGHT

LBS

8313

8732

9391

9770

11088

11451

11568

12257

12291

15847

16795

OPERATING CHARGE R-22 LBS

199

199

265

243

309

276

354

354

398

420

486

- 10 -

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL AFHX

250-5

275-5

295-5

315-5

340-5

375-5

435-5

490-5

545-5

595-5

635-5

 

COMPRESSOR

 

MODEL (QTY)

HISC 1709

HISC 1709

HISC 1711

HISC 1711

HISC 1811

HISC 1813

HISC 1813

HISC 1816

HISC 1813

HISC 1813

HISC 1813

x 2

x

1,

x 2

x

1,

x 2

x 2

x

1,

x 2

x 3

x 2 , HISC 1816

x

1

HISC 1711

HISC 1811

HISC 1816

HISC 1816

x

1

x

1

x

1

x 1

x

2

RPM

2950

2950

2950

2950

2950

2950

2950

2950

2950

2950

2950

NOMINAL CAPACITY

TR

250.0

275.0

295.0

315.0

340.0

375.0

435.0

490.0

545.0

595.0

635.0

MIN. % UNIT CAPACITY REDUCTION

12.5%

12.5%

12.5%

12.5%

12.5%

12.5%

12.5%

12.5%

8.33%

8.33%

8.33%

 

EVAPORATOR

 

MODEL (QTY)

D1(2)

D1(2)

D1(2)

D1(2)

D2(2)

E1(2)

K1(2)

K2(2)

V2(1)

V3(1)

V4(1)

WATER CONNECTOR

INCH

8

 

8

8

 

8

8

8

 

8

8

12

12

 

12

NOM. WATER FLOW / PD GPM / FT IN WG

552/6.5

660/8.93

708/10.1

756/11.4

816/10.9

900/9.2

1044/18.44

1176/19.7

1308/18.2

1428/19.8

1524/28.1

MIN/ MAX WATER FLOW

250/1127

250/1127

250/1127

250/1127

283/1408

352/1408

311/1392

341/1361.2

369/1849

386/1931

427/2135

 

GPM

MIN/ MAX WATER PD FT IN WG.

1.6/23.6

1.6/23.6

1.6/23.6

1.6/23.6

1.6/29.4

1.7/20.9

2.1/31.1

2.1/25.7

1.9/34.0

1.9/34.0

2.9/51.6

 

CONDENSER

 

COIL ROWS DEEP/ TOTAL FA (SQ.FT)

4/141.2,

4/141.2,

3/376.4

4/188.2,

4/376.4

4/188.2,

4/577.5

6/577.5

6/577.5

6/641.7

6/641.7

3/141.2

3/188.2

3/188.2

3/235.3

NO. OF FAN

12

 

14

16

 

16

16

18

 

18

18

18

20

20

FAN DIA.

MM

860

860,800

800

800

860,800

860

860

860

860

860

860

MOTOR HP (QTY)

1.5(12)

1.5(14)

1.5(16)

1.5(16)

1.5(16)

1.5(18)

1.5(18)

4.0(8),

4.0(18)

4.0(20)

4.0(20)

3.0(10)

FLA, AMP (QTY)

3.2(12)

3.2(14)

3.2(16)

3.2(16)

3.2(16)

3.2(18)

3.2(18)

7.1(8),

7.1(18)

7.1(20)

7.1(20)

5.5(10)

TOTAL CFM

159075

179760

201600

194460

195720

236145

256095

284130

297675

334530

330750

MIN. AMBIENT TEMP. (F) AT MIN. LOAD

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

45

 

ELECTRICAL

 

NOM. VOLTAGE

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

415/3/50

UNIT RLA

A

198(2)

198(1),

231(2)

231(1),

274(1),

297(1),

298(1),

387(1),

301(3)

301(2),

301(1),

 

231(1)

272(1)

272(1)

304(1)

382(1)

388(1)

388(1)

406(2)

UNIT MAX. INRUSH

A

471

511

572

613

650

775

853

975

1143

1244

1367

 

GENERAL

 

UNIT LENGTH

INCH

275.5

317.5

359.5

359.5

359.5

401.5

401.5

401.5

414

456

456

UNIT WIDTH

INCH

88

88

88

88

88

88

88

88

88

88

88

UNIT HEIGHT

INCH

96

96

96

96

96

96

120

120

120

120

120

SHIPPING WEIGHT

LBS

17337

20198

20866

21329

21855

25475

29245

32661

35138

37751

38221

OPERATING WEIGHT

LBS

17689

20510

21179

21641

22207

25915

29719

33182

36378

39017

39453

OPERATING CHARGE R-22 LBS

553

608

652

696

751

829

961

1083

1204

1315

1403

- 11 -

PERFORMANCE DATA

LWT

MODEL

 

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE, o F

 

o

F

AFHX

85.0

95.0

105.0

115.0

125.0

 

TR

kW

TR

kW

TR

kW

TR

kW

TR

kW

 

90-5

86.7

87.5

82.0

97.4

78.5

108.3

73.9

118.4

63.0

122.6

40.0

90T-5

86.6

91.6

82.0

102.0

78.5

113.5

73.9

124.0

62.5

127.3

120-5

113.8

115.4

107.7

128.5

103.1

142.8

97.1

156.0

82.8

161.6

110T-5

107.2

107.4

101.5

119.6

97.1

132.9

91.5

145.2

78.0

150.4

140-5

134.9

130.6

127.6

145.4

122.2

161.6

115.0

176.6

98.1

182.9

125T-5

122.6

117.4

116.0

130.6

111.1

145.3

104.6

158.7

89.2

164.4

160-5

155.4

156.8

147.0

174.6

140.7

194.1

132.5

212.1

112.9

219.7

160T-5

153.2

155.0

145.0

172.5

138.8

191.9

130.7

209.6

106.6

207.9

180-5

174.1

171.8

164.7

191.3

157.7

212.8

148.5

232.4

126.5

240.7

190-5

183.9

168.2

174.3

187.1

167.3

208.3

158.2

227.8

134.8

235.4

220-5

214.6

195.9

203.3

218.0

195.1

242.6

184.4

265.3

156.9

274.2

250-5

242.0

224.4

229.4

249.7

220.2

277.9

208.1

304.0

176.0

314.0

275-5

265.9

237.4

252.0

264.3

241.8

294.0

228.5

321.6

194.3

332.4

295-5

286.5

256.7

271.5

285.8

260.6

317.9

246.4

347.8

209.1

359.3

315-5

307.2

282.0

291.0

313.9

279.3

349.2

264.0

382.0

224.4

394.7

340-5

331.9

307.6

314.5

342.4

301.9

381.0

285.4

416.8

242.2

430.6

375-5

363.1

338.0

344.2

376.3

330.4

418.8

312.3

458.1

266.1

473.2

435-5

423.7

385.0

401.5

428.7

385.3

476.9

364.0

521.6

309.3

539.1

490-5

475.3

435.3

450.5

484.7

432.4

539.4

408.8

590.0

348.4

609.5

545-5

530.2

504.9

501.7

562.3

480.2

625.4

452.2

683.1

385.3

707.4

595-5

576.0

553.0

545.0

615.9

521.7

684.9

491.3

748.1

418.7

774.7

635-5

616.9

618.7

583.7

689.1

558.8

766.2

526.2

836.9

448.2

866.5

 

90-5

90.1

88.0

85.4

98.0

81.9

109.1

77.4

119.3

65.4

122.6

42.0

90T-5

90.1

92.1

85.4

102.7

81.9

114.2

77.4

125.0

64.9

127.3

120-5

118.4

116.1

112.2

129.2

107.7

143.8

101.7

157.2

86.0

161.6

110T-5

111.5

108.1

105.7

120.3

101.4

133.9

95.8

146.4

81.0

150.4

140-5

140.3

131.3

132.9

146.3

127.5

162.7

120.5

178.0

101.9

182.9

125T-5

127.5

118.1

120.8

131.4

116.0

146.2

109.5

159.9

92.6

164.4

160-5

161.6

157.7

153.1

175.6

146.9

195.4

138.8

213.7

117.4

219.7

160T-5

159.4

155.8

151.0

173.6

144.9

193.1

136.8

211.2

110.8

207.9

180-5

181.1

172.8

171.6

192.4

164.6

214.1

155.5

234.2

131.5

240.7

190-5

191.3

169.1

181.5

188.2

174.5

209.5

165.4

229.5

140.0

235.4

220-5

223.2

197.1

211.7

219.2

203.6

244.1

192.8

267.2

162.9

274.2

250-5

251.7

225.7

238.8

251.1

229.7

279.6

217.6

306.2

182.6

314.0

275-5

276.6

238.8

262.3

265.8

252.3

295.9

239.0

324.0

201.6

332.4

295-5

298.0

258.2

282.7

287.4

271.9

319.9

257.6

350.3

217.0

359.3

315-5

319.5

283.6

303.0

315.6

291.4

351.3

276.1

384.7

232.9

394.7

340-5

345.2

309.4

327.5

344.3

315.0

383.3

298.4

419.8

251.4

430.6

375-5

377.7

340.1

358.3

378.4

344.6

421.2

326.5

461.3

276.3

473.2

435-5

440.7

387.2

418.0

431.0

401.9

479.8

380.7

525.4

321.1

539.1

490-5

494.3

438.0

469.0

487.4

451.1

542.6

427.4

594.2

361.6

609.5

545-5

551.5

508.0

522.5

565.5

501.4

629.2

473.6

688.2

400.6

707.4

595-5

599.2

556.2

567.6

619.3

544.7

689.1

514.5

753.7

435.2

774.7

635-5

641.7

622.3

608.0

692.9

583.3

771.1

551.1

843.3

465.8

866.5

 

90-5

94.1

88.6

90.1

99.5

85.8

109.8

81.3

120.2

68.2

122.6

44.0

90T-5

94.1

92.9

90.1

104.2

85.8

115.0

81.3

125.9

67.6

127.3

115-5

123.6

116.8

115.2

127.7

112.8

144.7

106.9

158.5

89.7

161.6

110T-5

116.5

108.6

110.5

121.1

106.2

134.7

100.7

147.5

84.4

150.4

140-5

146.4

132.2

140.1

148.5

133.6

163.8

126.6

179.4

106.2

182.9

125T-5

133.2

118.7

125.3

131.2

121.5

147.2

115.1

161.2

96.6

164.4

160-5

168.7