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INSTALLATION, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS AIR COOLED CONDENSERS FLUID COOLERS HEAT RECLAIM UNITS
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  • INSTALLATION, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

    AIR COOLED CONDENSERS

    FLUID COOLERS

    HEAT RECLAIM UNITS

  • 2

    CONTENT

    SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS .........................2 INTRODUCTION..............................................2 HANDLING.......................................................3 INSTALLATION...............................................3

    STEPS #1 INSPECTION/LOCATION:..3 STEP #3 WIRING:.........................................3 STEPS #4 PIPING/LEAK TESTING ....3

    OPERATION .....................................................4 FAN MOTORS/FAN CYCLING...................4

    MAINTENANCE - CLEANING .......................4 TABLE 1: FLUID COOLERS: ..........................5 TABLE 2: CONDENSER & HEAT RECLAIM ............................................6 to 16 Fig # 1: Standard legs .......................................17 Condenser/Fluid Cooler Dimensions........18& 19 Fig. #2 : Extended Legs....................................20

    Fig #3 : 2 fans...................................................21 Fig # 4: 1 fan ....................................................22 Table #3............................................................23

    Table #4............................................................24 Table #5............................................................25 Table #6............................................................26 Table #7............................................................27

    Replacement part list…………………... 28 & 29

    WARRANTIES................................................30

    SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS

    Installing, starting up, and servicing

    equipment can be hazardous due to system

    pressures, electrical components and equipment

    location (roofs, elevated structures, etc.). Only

    trained, qualified installers and service

    mechanics should install, start up, and service

    this equipment.

    When working on the equipment, observe

    precautions in the literature and on the tags,

    stickers, and labels attached to the equipment.

    Follow all safety codes. Wear safety glasses

    and work gloves. Keep quenching cloths and fire

    extinguisher nearby when brazing. Use care in

    handling, rigging, and setting bulky equipment.

    WARNING Before installation, always check to be sure

    main power to systems is OFF. Electrical

    shock can cause personal injury or death.

    INTRODUCTION

    Air Cooled condensers series CCR, CMR, CLR,

    CLW, CLX, CNR, CNW, CNX, CVR, CVW,

    CVX, CCD, CQD, CLD, CMD, CH8, CL8,

    CHD and CID are designed for refrigerant

    condensing of refrigeration and air conditioning

    systems. They can be manufactured for single or

    multiple circuits, for single or multiple

    compressors.

    Fluid coolers series FCD, FLD, FID, FMD,

    FNV, FVD, FVV and FND are designed to cool

    glycol, oil or any other fluid that is not corrosive

    to copper and will not let the leaving air

    temperature exceed 140°F (60°C).

    Heat recovery units HCD and HMD are designed

    to recover heat from refrigeration system in

    warehouse or shipping area.

  • 3

    HANDLING

    CAUTION : Do not use forklift truck to

    handle units. Use only chains with hooks and

    spread bars to lift units.

    When a unit is shipped on its side, two or three

    hangers are installed. Use them to unload the

    unit from truck.

    A lift truck can be used with the wood base in

    that position only to lower the unit on the

    ground.

    Two others hangers, four, six or eight legs

    (depending on the unit) and the required

    hardware are supplied attached to the cabinet.

    Lifting method 1 :

    • Install all the legs on the same side as hangers.

    • Gently lower the unit on those legs.

    • Install hangers on opposite side.

    • Raise the other side and install other legs.

    • Install chains and spread bars to raise the unit to its final position.

    Lifting method 2 :

    • Gently lower the unit on a flat surface.

    • Install hangers on opposite side.

    • Install chains and spread bars to raise the unit.

    • Lift the unit and install all the legs.

    • Lift the unit to it’s final position.

    See fig # 1 for more details. If the unit as been

    ordered with extended legs, see fig. #2 for field

    assembly. Also refer to table #1, #2 for unit

    weight.

    INSTALLATION

    STEP #1 INSPECTION:

    If the unit is suspected of having been damaged

    in transit, immediately notify the carrier and file

    a claim with that carrier. The refrigeration coil

    section(s) of the unit should display a pressurised

    nitrogen gas holding charge. Unit should then be

    pressurised to 350 psi with dry nitrogen gas and

    leak-checked prior to rigging; this to insure no

    coil damage has occurred after the unit left the

    factory. Bolts & nuts may have become loose in

    transit, as well as electrical components. Please

    make sure that everything is tight prior to start-

    up.

    STEP #2 LOCATION:

    Condensers and fluid coolers are installed on the

    roof or ground level. If a unit is installed on the

    ground it must be fenced to prevent possible

    damage. Heat recovery units are installed inside

    at the ceiling level. Check loading capacity of the

    roof, the ceiling or the floor before installation.

    The unit is intended to be installed in an

    atmosphere containing only neutral water

    vapour, natural precipitation and air. Use in any

    other atmosphere must be checked for

    compatibility with metals, materials and coating

    used in manufacturing of this equipment.

    Unit positioning as well as firmness and perfect

    levelness of mounting base supports are

    important: Good installation practices are well

    known and are to be followed. Air flow paths on

    all sides as well as coil inlet and fan discharge

    areas are not to be restricted. Unit positioning

    that may result in air recirculation as well as

    prevailing wind impedance is to be avoided.

    If a unit is to be placed close to a wall the

    minimum distance should be 24 inches for single

    row of fans and 48 inches for double row of fans.

    If units are to be placed side by side, the

    minimum distances should be 48 inches for

    single row of fans and 96 inches for a double

    row of fans. The chosen location must be

    convenient and allow safe accessibility for

    maintenance.

    STEP #3 WIRING:

    All wiring must be done in accordance with

    national and local codes. Check the nameplate

    with the current characteristics to be used for

    wiring unit. Internal wiring connections of the

    fan motors, optional controls and contactors have

    been completed at the factory. Once wired, make

    sure the unit has been grounded. Disconnect

    switch at the unit must be provided by others.

    On air cooled condensers with flooding valve,

    one fan (single width unit) or one pair of fans

    (double width unit) must operate when

    compressor is operating to avoid internal damage

    to the condenser coil.

    NOTE: A wiring diagram is provided with the

    unit, it is located on the inner face of the

    electrical box access door.

  • 4

    STEP #4 PIPING:

    All refrigerant or fluid system components must

    be installed in accordance with applicable local

    and national codes and in accordance with good

    engineering practice required for proper

    operation.

    Use top quality refrigeration tubing that is

    internally free of dirt, humidity or other

    contaminants. Unsealed tubing should not be

    used. Long radius elbows are recommended.

    Dry nitrogen must be swept through the lines

    while joints are brazed to avoid oxidation and

    carbon deposits.

    IMPORTANT: The use of a calibrated

    pressure gage and regulator must always be

    used with nitrogen gas cylinders.

    To minimise hydraulic shock line breakage

    possibilities, valving and controls must be

    designed to eliminate any rapid introduction of

    hot gas into cold piping. Most especially if the

    piping contains liquid refrigerant or is at a much

    lower pressure than the hot discharge gas, which

    can be the case of double-wide condensers that

    feature one-half operation during winter. Plans

    should be for utilising either a slow-shifting

    three-way/four-way valve, or not completely

    lowering to suction pressure the condenser coil

    side that deactivates during winter. Most often, a

    combination of both of these options works well

    in geographic areas that encounter lower than

    freezing seasonal outdoor temperatures.

    Air-cooled condensers must be provided with

    inverted “P” trap with a purge connection. A

    separate sub cooling circuit may be necessary if

    liquid line must rise to level higher than the unit.

    Vibration in the discharge or liquid line must be

    corrected immediately to avoid piping and/or

    header breakage and refrigerant loss.

    Generally, horizontal-piping runs should grade

    slightly downwards in the direction of the flow.

    Liquid line piping must be arranged so that it is

    free draining from the condenser to the receiver.

    It is best to pipe liquid lines so that there is an

    immediate drop, at least 2 or 3 feet, at the

    condenser outlet, before headering or running

    horizontally.

    STEP #5 LEAK TESTING:

    Leak testing and evacuation must be done in

    accordance with local and national codes.

    Once all refrigerant connections are made, leak

    test all joints before charging the system with

    refrigerant. After leak testing, all moisture and

    non-condensable gas must be evacuated from the

    system. Attach high vacuum line pump and gage

    on both high and low pressure sides of the

    system. A minimum vacuum level of 100

    microns is required to effectively remove

    moisture.

    Be sure all valves such as compressor, hot gas,

    receiver, and liquid solenoid valves are open.

    Break the vacuum in the system with the

    refrigerant to be used. Always charge the

    refrigerant into the system through a new 16 cu.

    in drier (field supplied) in the charging manifold

    line.

    OPERATION

    The notice below depicts the label that is affixed

    to the control box cover.

    Not complying to this condition can cause

    uneven rapid expansion and contraction of the

    condenser core tubing contributing to condenser

    tubes failures. Violation of this condition will

    void the warranty of the misused unit.

    For a refrigeration system to function properly,

    the condensing pressure and temperature must be

    maintained within certain limits.

    To prevent excessively low head pressure during

    winter operation, two basic control methods are

    used, refrigerant side control and air side control.

    CAUTION: The unit has not been designed to

    carry the weight of any extended piping or

    valves. The piping must be well supported

    otherwise tube breaking at the coil will most

    probably occur.

    WARNING Warranty Condition

    ONE FAN (SINGLE WIDTH UNIT) OR ONE

    PAIR OF FANS (DOUBLE WIDTH UNIT)

    AND THE COMPRESSOR MUST

    OPERATE SIMULTANEOUSLY TO AVOID

    DAMAGE TO THE CONDENSER COIL.

  • 5

    1) A) Refrigerant-side control is accomplished by modulating the amount of active

    condensing surface available for condensing

    by flooding the coil with liquid refrigerant.

    This method requires a receiver and a larger

    charge of refrigerant. See fig. #3.

    B) Refrigerant-side control by doing the

    one-half condenser operation. The

    condenser is initially resigned with two

    equal sections, each accommodating 50% of

    the load during normal operation.

    During winter an ambient controlled flow

    divider valve blocks off one section of the

    condenser and pumps down the inactive

    section in the suction. This saves the

    flooding overcharge and sometimes allows

    the shutdown of the fans on the inactive

    condenser side. Fig. #4

    2) Airside control is accomplished by cycling fans in response to condensing pressure or

    outdoors-ambient temperature. To reduce

    stress on the condenser coil, one fan or one

    pair of fans must operate when a condenser

    is operating. Speed control on the constant

    operating fan may be used to reduce motor

    cycling and stabilise the operating pressure.

    See table 3 to 6 for more information.

    For low ambient operation this method must be

    combined with refrigerant side control.

    FAN MOTORS:

    Check the fan blade clearances within the

    venturies, as well as check for proper rotation.

    Fan motors operating at higher elevations will

    draw lower than rated amp as well as draw less

    effective air volume across the coil surface. This

    is due to the reduced density of the higher

    altitude air, which results in higher compressor,

    and higher discharge pressure along with

    reduced unit capacity. Please consult factory if

    you suspect this situation.

    The fan motors are permanently lubricated for

    service free operation. The motor may restart on

    automatic thermal protection. Motors are readily

    serviced by removing fan guards and fans. If a

    motor is inoperative or it cycles on thermal

    protection, check supply voltage at the motor

    leads. Fan motors may cycle on thermal

    protection if the coil is blocked.

    Units equipped with axial fans, CVR, CVW,

    CVX: The entire fan assembly, motor, blade and

    ventury need to be replaced if there is a failure of

    any kind. With the two speed version, 3

    contactors are used per motor. Do not attempt to

    manually close one of these contactors; this may

    result in motor winding damage.

    FAN CYCLING:

    Optional temperature or pressure controls are

    located in the control box. Air temperature

    sensors are located in the air flow and pressure

    controls are directly connected to the circuit in a

    return bend.

    Optional line duty controls are connected

    directly to the fan motors. Controls are double

    pole single throw, one line remain live on the

    motors. Units must be completely disconnected

    before servicing.

    Optional pilot duty controls are connected to 3

    pole motor contactors. If controls or contactors

    are defective, they must be replaced.

    MAINTENANCE

    CLEANING:

    After one day of operation, check for any

    vibration that might have developed in the unit.

    It is recommended that the unit be inspected

    occasionally for dirt accumulation. Grease and

    dust should be removed from the fans and fan

    guards.

    Periodical cleaning of finned surfaces can be

    done by washing down dust with warm water

    spray and a mild detergent. Do not use alkaline

    or acidic solution as it will attack the coil

    material.

    The inner face of the coil may be cleaned by the

    access panel on the side of the units or by

    removing the fan guards.

    Always pressure -clean in reverse of the air flow.

  • 6

    TABLE 1: FLUID COOLERS

    Fluid CoolerID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb)

    Fluid Cooler ID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb) FCD02 1 1 190 FLD015 1 1 654

    FCD03 1 1 201 FLD018 1 2 985

    FCD04 1 1 210 FLD021 1 2 1005

    FID010 1 1 515 FLD023 1 2 1063

    FID011 1 1 525 FLD026 1 2 1091

    FID013 1 1 592 FLD028 1 2 1117

    FID014 1 1 602 FLD030 1 2 1159

    FID016 1 1 641 FLD035 1 3 1460

    FID017 1 1 654 FLD040 1 3 1490

    FID020 1 2 985 FLD042 2 2 1625

    FID023 1 2 1005 FLD043 1 3 1570

    FID025 1 2 1063 FLD045 1 3 1609

    FID029 1 2 1091 FLD049 2 2 1792

    FID031 1 2 1117 FLD050 1 4 1875

    FID034 1 2 1159 FLD053 2 2 1781

    FID039 1 3 1460 FLD054 1 4 1915

    FID044 1 3 1490 FLD056 2 2 1882

    FID046 2 2 1625 FLD057 1 4 2019

    FID049 1 3 1570 FLD060 2 2 1934

    FID051 1 3 1609 FLD061 1 4 2071

    FID054 2 2 1792 FLD063 2 3 2323

    FID055 1 4 1875 FLD066 1 5 2403

    FID058 2 2 1781 FLD070 1 5 2475

    FID059 1 4 1915 FLD075 1 5 2540

    FID064 2 2 1882 FLD080 2 3 2508

    FID065 1 4 2019 FLD085 2 3 2664

    FID068 2 2 1934 FLD090 2 3 2742

    FID069 1 4 2071 FLD099 2 4 3029

    FID070 2 3 2323 FLD106 2 4 3129

    FID073 1 5 2403 FLD113 2 4 3338

    FID079 1 5 2475 FLD120 2 4 3442

    FID085 1 5 2540 FLD124 2 5 4198

    FID088 2 3 2508 FLD132 2 5 4298

    FID095 2 3 2664 FLD142 2 5 4560

    FID101 2 3 2742 FLD150 2 5 4690

    FID112 2 4 3029 FLD159 2 6 5292

    FID119 2 4 3129 FLD170 2 6 5642

    FID129 2 4 3338 FLD180 2 6 5798

    FID137 2 4 3442 FLD190 2 6 6535

    FID141 2 5 4198 FMD05 1 1 308

    FID149 2 5 4298 FMD07 1 1 335

    FID162 2 5 4560 FMD08 1 1 350

    FID171 2 5 4690 FMD09 1 2 489

    FID178 2 6 5292 FMD11 1 2 518

    FID194 2 6 5642 FMD12 1 2 532

    FID205 2 6 5798 FMD13 1 2 544

    FID214 2 6 6535 FMD14 1 2 566

    FLD009 1 1 515 FMD18 1 3 727

    FLD010 1 1 525 FMD20 1 3 741

    FLD012 1 1 592 FMD21 1 3 767

    FLD013 1 1 602 FMD23 1 3 789

    FLD014 1 1 641

  • 7

    TABLE 2: CONDENSER AND HEAT RECLAIM

    Condenser ID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Summer (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight (lb)

    Condenser ID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Summer (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight (lb)

    CCD02 1 1 1.8 5.8 190 CL8053 2 2 47 153 1882

    CCD03 1 1 2.7 8.7 201 CL8054 1 4 46 150 2019

    CCD04 1 1 3.5 12 210 CL8055 2 3 34 112 2323

    CH8010 1 1 5.8 19 515 CL8059 1 5 43 140 2403

    CH8013 1 1 8.8 29 592 CL8068 1 5 57 187 2475

    CH8015 1 1 12 38 641 CL8071 2 3 52 169 2508

    CH8020 1 2 12 38 985 CL8081 2 3 69 225 2664

    CH8026 1 2 17 57 1063 CL8094 2 4 68 224 3029

    CH8029 1 2 23 76 1117 CL8108 2 4 91 299 3338

    CH8038 1 3 26 85 1460 CL8118 2 5 85 280 4198

    CH8040 2 2 23 75 1625 CL8135 2 5 114 373 4560

    CH8044 1 3 34 112 1570 CL8141 2 6 164 553 5292

    CH8051 2 2 35 115 1792 CL8162 2 6 218 717 5642

    CH8052 1 4 34 112 1875 CLD009 1 1 5.8 19 515

    CH8058 2 2 47 153 1882 CLD010 1 1 5.8 19 525

    CH8059 1 4 46 150 2019 CLD012 1 1 8.8 29 592

    CH8060 2 3 34 112 2323 CLD013 1 1 8.8 29 602

    CH8065 1 5 43 140 2403 CLD014 1 1 12 38 641

    CH8074 1 5 57 187 2475 CLD015 1 1 12 38 654

    CH8078 2 3 52 169 2508 CLD018 1 2 12 38 985

    CH8088 2 3 69 225 2664 CLD021 1 2 12 38 1005

    CH8104 2 4 68 224 3029 CLD023 1 2 17 57 1063

    CH8118 2 4 91 299 3338 CLD026 1 2 17 57 1091

    CH8130 2 5 85 280 4198 CLD028 1 2 23 76 1117

    CH8147 2 5 114 373 4560 CLD030 1 2 23 76 1159

    CH8156 2 6 197 664 5292 CLD035 1 3 26 85 1460

    CH8177 2 6 262 860 5642 CLD040 1 3 26 85 1490

    CHD010 1 1 5.8 19 515 CLD042 2 2 23 75 1625

    CHD012 1 1 5.8 19 525 CLD043 1 3 34 112 1570

    CHD013 1 1 8.8 29 592 CLD045 1 3 34 112 1609

    CHD014 1 1 8.8 29 602 CLD049 2 2 35 115 1792

    CHD015 1 1 12 38 641 CLD050 1 4 34 112 1875

    CHD016 1 1 12 38 654 CLD053 2 2 35 115 1781

    CHD020 1 2 12 38 985 CLD054 1 4 34 112 1915

    CHD024 1 2 12 38 1005 CLD056 2 2 47 153 1882

    CHD026 1 2 17 57 1063 CLD057 1 4 46 150 2019

    CHD029 1 2 17 57 1091 CLD060 2 2 47 153 1934

    CHD030 1 2 23 76 1117 CLD061 1 4 46 150 2071

    CHD032 1 2 23 76 1159 CLD063 2 3 34 112 2323

    CHD040 1 3 26 85 1460 CLD066 1 5 43 140 2403

    CHD044 1 3 26 85 1490 CLD070 1 5 57 187 2475

    CHD045 1 3 23 75 1625 CLD075 1 5 57 187 2540

    CHD048 1 3 34 112 1570 CLD080 2 3 52 169 2508

    CHD049 2 2 34 112 1609 CLD085 2 3 69 225 2664

    CHD055 2 2 35 115 1792 CLD090 2 3 69 225 2742

  • 8

    Condenser ID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Summer (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight (lb)

    Condenser ID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Summer (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight (lb)

    CHD056 1 4 34 112 1875 CLD099 2 4 68 224 3029

    CHD059 2 2 35 115 1781 CLD106 2 4 68 224 3129

    CHD060 1 4 34 112 1915 CLD113 2 4 91 299 3338

    CHD061 2 2 47 153 1882 CLD120 2 4 91 229 3442

    CHD062 1 4 46 150 2019 CLD124 2 5 85 280 4198

    CHD063 2 2 47 153 1934 CLD132 2 5 85 280 4298

    CHD064 1 4 46 150 2071 CLD142 2 5 114 373 4560

    CHD073 2 3 34 112 2323 CLD150 2 5 114 373 4690

    CHD074 1 5 43 140 2403 CLD159 2 6 164 553 5292

    CHD077 1 5 57 187 2475 CLD170 2 6 218 717 5642

    CHD079 1 5 57 187 2540 CLD180 2 6 218 717 5798

    CHD089 2 3 52 169 2508 CMD05 1 1 3.3 11 308

    CHD092 2 3 69 225 2664 CMD07 1 1 4.9 16 335

    CHD096 2 3 69 225 2742 CMD08 1 1 6.5 22 350

    CHD110 2 4 68 224 3029 CMD09 1 2 6.3 21 489

    CHD118 2 4 68 224 3129 CMD11 1 2 9.5 31 518

    CHD123 2 4 91 299 3338 CMD12 1 2 9.5 31 532

    CHD127 2 4 91 229 3442 CMD13 1 2 13 42 544

    CHD138 2 5 85 280 4198 CMD14 1 2 13 42 566

    CHD148 2 5 85 280 4298 CMD18 1 3 14 47 727

    CHD153 2 5 114 373 4560 CMD20 1 3 14 47 741

    CHD159 2 5 114 373 4690 CMD21 1 3 19 62 767

    CHD177 2 6 164 553 5292 CMD23 1 3 19 62 789

    CHD184 2 6 218 717 5642 CQD008 1 1 5.8 19 525

    CHD191 2 6 218 717 5798 CQD009 1 1 5.8 19 535

    CID010 1 1 5.8 19 515 CQD010 1 1 8.8 29 602

    CID011 1 1 5.8 19 525 CQD011 1 1 8.8 29 612

    CID013 1 1 8.8 29 592 CQD012 1 1 12 38 651

    CID014 1 1 8.8 29 602 CQD013 1 1 12 38 664

    CID016 1 1 12 38 641 CQD016 1 2 12 38 1085

    CID017 1 1 12 38 654 CQD019 1 2 12 38 1025

    CID020 1 2 12 38 985 CQD021 1 2 17 57 1083

    CID023 1 2 12 38 1005 CQD022 1 2 17 57 1111

    CID025 1 2 17 57 1063 CQD023 1 2 23 76 1137

    CID029 1 2 17 57 1091 CQD024 1 2 23 76 1179

    CID031 1 2 23 76 1117 CQD031 1 3 26 85 1490

    CID034 1 2 23 76 1159 CQD034 1 3 26 85 1520

    CID039 1 3 26 85 1460 CQD035 1 3 34 112 1600

    CID044 1 3 26 85 1490 CQD036 1 3 34 112 1639

    CID046 2 2 23 75 1625 CQD041 2 2 35 115 1832

    CID049 1 3 34 112 1570 CQD042 1 4 34 112 1915

    CID051 1 3 34 112 1609 CQD044 2 2 35 115 1821

    CID054 2 2 35 115 1792 CQD045 1 4 34 112 1955

    CID055 1 4 34 112 1875 CQD046 2 2 47 153 1922

    CID058 2 2 35 115 1781 CQD047 1 4 46 150 2059

    CID059 1 4 34 112 1915 CQD048 2 2 47 153 1974

    CID064 2 2 47 153 1882 CQD049 1 4 46 150 2111

    CID065 1 4 46 150 2019 CQD057 1 5 43 140 2453

    CID068 2 2 47 153 1934 CQD058 1 5 57 187 2525

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    Condenser ID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Summer (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight (lb)

    Condenser ID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Summer (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight (lb)

    CID069 1 4 46 150 2071 CQD061 1 5 57 187 2590

    CID070 2 3 34 112 2323 CQD069 2 3 52 169 2568

    CID073 1 5 43 140 2403 CQD070 2 3 69 225 2724

    CID079 1 5 57 187 2475 CQD072 2 3 69 225 2800

    CID085 2 5 57 187 2540 CQD083 2 4 68 224 3109

    CID088 2 3 52 169 2508 CQD091 2 4 68 224 3209

    CID095 2 3 69 225 2664 CQD093 2 4 91 299 3418

    CID101 2 3 69 225 2742 CQD096 2 4 91 299 3522

    CID112 2 4 68 224 3029 CQD104 2 5 85 280 4298

    CID119 2 4 68 224 3129 CQD114 2 5 85 280 4398

    CID129 2 4 91 299 3338 CQD116 2 5 114 373 4660

    CID137 2 4 91 229 3442 CQD121 2 5 114 373 4790

    CID141 2 5 85 280 4198 CQD137 2 6 164 553 5412

    CID149 2 5 85 280 4298 CQD140 2 6 218 717 5762

    CID162 2 5 114 373 4560 CQD145 2 6 218 717 5918

    CID171 2 5 114 373 4690 HCD02 1 1 0.6 0.6 190

    CID178 2 6 164 553 5292 HCD03 1 1 0.9 0.9 201

    CID194 2 6 218 717 5642 HCD04 1 1 1.2 1.2 210

    CID205 2 6 218 717 5798 HMD05 1 1 1.1 1.1 308

    CL8009 1 1 5.8 19 515 HMD07 1 1 1.6 1.6 335

    CL8012 1 1 8.8 29 592 HMD08 1 1 2.1 2.1 350

    CL8014 1 1 12 38 641 HMD09 1 2 2.1 2.1 489

    CL8018 1 2 12 38 985 HMD11 1 2 3.1 3.1 518

    CL8024 1 2 17 57 1063 HMD12 1 2 3.1 3.1 532

    CL8027 1 2 23 76 1117 HMD13 1 2 4.3 4.3 544

    CL8035 1 3 26 85 1460 HMD14 1 2 4.3 4.3 566

    CL8036 2 2 23 75 1625 HMD18 1 3 4.6 4.6 727

    CL8041 1 3 34 112 1570 HMD20 1 3 4.6 4.6 741

    CL8047 2 2 35 115 1792 HMD21 1 3 6.3 6.3 767

    CL8048 1 4 34 112 1875 HMD23 1 3 6.3 6.3 789

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    Condenser ID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge Summer

    (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb) Condenser

    ID Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge Summer

    (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb)

    CCR02 1 1 2 6 190 CMR16 1 2 13 42 566

    CCR03 1 1 3 9 201 CMR18 1 3 10 33 727

    CCR04 1 1 4 12 210 CMR22 1 3 15 48 741

    CNW011 1 1 6 19 520 CMR25 1 3 20 66 789

    CNW014 1 1 9 29 597 CMR30 2 4 19 62 1064

    CNW017 1 1 12 38 648 CMR33 2 4 26 84 1132

    CNW021 1 2 12 38 612 CMR36 2 6 20 66 1454

    CNW028 1 2 23 76 995 CMR45 2 6 29 96 1482

    CNW033 1 2 23 76 1138 CMR49 2 6 39 132 1578

    CNW042 1 3 26 85 1475 CVR012L 1 1 6 19 565

    CNW050 1 3 34 112 1590 CVR014L 1 1 6 19 575

    CNW056 1 4 34 112 1796 CVR016L 1 1 9 29 642

    CNW057 2 4 35 115 1900 CVR017L 1 1 9 29 652

    CNW066 1 4 46 150 1908 CVR018L 1 1 12 38 691

    CNW067 2 4 47 153 2045 CVR019L 1 1 12 38 704

    CNW077 1 5 68 230 2361 CVR025L 1 2 12 38 1085

    CNW089 1 5 90 298 2507 CVR028L 1 2 12 38 1105

    CNW085 2 6 52 170 2468 CVR031L 1 2 17 57 1163

    CNW092 1 6 82 276 2768 CVR034L 1 2 17 57 1191

    CNW100 2 6 68 224 2703 CVR035L 1 2 23 76 1217

    CNW107 1 6 109 359 3003 CVR037L 1 2 23 76 1259

    CNW113 2 4 68 224 3079 CVR047L 1 3 26 85 1610

    CNW133 2 4 92 300 3390 CVR051L 1 3 26 85 1640

    CNW154 2 5 136 460 4248 CVR053L 1 3 34 112 1720

    CNW179 2 5 180 596 4625 CVR056L 1 3 34 112 1759

    CNW185 2 6 164 552 5242 CVR061L 1 4 34 112 2075

    CNW215 2 6 218 718 5716 CVR062L 2 4 35 115 1910

    CNR012 1 1 6 19 515 CVR067L 1 4 34 112 2115

    CNR014 1 1 6 19 525 CVR068L 2 4 35 115 1992

    CNR016 1 1 9 29 592 CVR070L 1 4 46 150 2219

    CNR017 1 1 9 29 602 CVR071L 2 4 47 153 2082

    CNR018 1 1 12 38 641 CVR074L 1 4 46 150 2271

    CNR019 1 1 12 38 654 CVR075L 2 4 47 153 2134

    CNR024 1 2 12 38 985 CVR083L 2 6 36 114 2623

    CNR027 1 2 12 38 1005 CVR084L 1 5 68 230 2653

    CNR032 1 2 17 57 1063 CVR089L 1 5 68 230 2653

    CNR035 1 2 17 57 1091 CVR092L 1 5 90 298 2725

    CNR036 1 2 23 76 1117 CVR096L 1 5 90 298 2790

    CNR039 1 2 23 76 1159 CVR094L 2 6 52 170 2730

    CNR048 1 3 26 85 1460 CVR099L 1 6 82 276 3000

    CNR052 1 3 26 85 1490 CVR101L 2 6 52 170 2808

    CNR054 1 3 34 112 1570 CVR105L 1 6 82 276 3108

    CNR058 1 3 34 112 1609 CVR106L 2 6 68 224 2964

  • 11

    Condenser ID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge Summer

    (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb) Condenser

    ID Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge Summer

    (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb)

    CNR063 1 4 34 112 1875 CVR111L 1 6 109 359 3264

    CNR064 2 4 35 115 1792 CVR112L 2 6 68 224 3042

    CNR069 1 4 34 112 1915 CVR116L 1 6 109 359 3342

    CNR070 2 4 35 115 1781 CVR125L 2 4 68 224 3429

    CNR072 1 4 46 150 2019 CVR135L 2 4 68 224 3529

    CNR073 2 4 47 153 1934 CVR141L 2 4 92 300 3738

    CNR077 1 4 46 150 2071 CVR149L 2 4 92 300 3842

    CNR078 2 4 47 153 2071 CVR165L 2 5 136 460 4698

    CNR082 2 6 36 114 2323 CVR177L 2 5 136 460 4798

    CNR085 1 5 68 230 2338 CVR184L 2 5 180 596 5060

    CNR092 1 5 68 230 2403 CVR192L 2 5 180 596 5190

    CNR096 1 5 90 298 2475 CVR200L 2 6 164 552 5736

    CNR101 1 5 90 298 2540 CVR212L 2 6 164 552 5892

    CNR095 2 6 52 170 2430 CVR221L 2 6 218 718 6242

    CNR102 1 6 82 276 2730 CVR231L 2 6 218 718 6398

    CNR104 2 6 52 170 2508 CVR012 1 1 6 19 565

    CNR111 1 6 82 276 2808 CVR014 1 1 6 19 575

    CNR109 2 6 68 224 2664 CVR016 1 1 9 29 642

    CNR116 1 6 109 359 2964 CVR017 1 1 9 29 652

    CNR115 2 6 68 224 2742 CVR018 1 1 12 38 691

    CNR121 1 6 109 359 3000 CVR019 1 1 12 38 704

    CNR127 2 4 68 224 3029 CVR025 1 2 12 38 1085

    CNR139 2 4 68 224 3129 CVR028 1 2 12 38 1105

    CNR145 2 4 92 300 3338 CVR031 1 2 17 57 1163

    CNR154 2 4 92 300 3442 CVR034 1 2 17 57 1191

    CNR171 2 5 136 460 4198 CVR035 1 2 23 76 1217

    CNR185 2 5 136 460 4298 CVR037 1 2 23 76 1259

    CNR193 2 5 180 596 4560 CVR047 1 3 26 85 1610

    CNR202 2 5 180 596 4690 CVR051 1 3 26 85 1640

    CNR205 2 6 164 552 5136 CVR053 1 3 34 112 1720

    CNR222 2 6 164 552 5292 CVR056 1 3 34 112 1759

    CNR231 2 6 218 718 5642 CVR061 1 4 34 112 2075

    CNR243 2 6 218 718 5798 CVR062 2 4 35 115 1910

    CNX015 1 1 7 24 550 CVR067 1 4 34 112 2115

    CNX019 1 1 11 35 600 CVR068 2 4 35 115 1992

    CNX021 1 1 15 47 650 CVR070 1 4 46 150 2219

    CNX030 1 2 14 46 850 CVR071 2 4 47 153 2082

    CNX038 1 2 22 69 900 CVR074 1 4 46 150 2271

    CNX043 1 2 29 92 950 CVR075 2 4 47 153 2134

    CNX057 1 3 32 103 1300 CVR083 2 6 36 114 2623

    CNX064 1 3 43 137 1425 CVR084 1 5 68 230 2653

    CNX076 1 4 43 136 1725 CVR089 1 5 68 230 2653

    CNX086 1 4 57 182 1900 CVR092 1 5 90 298 2725

  • 12

    Condenser ID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge Summer

    (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb) Condenser

    ID Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge Summer

    (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb)

    CNX096 1 5 53 170 2150 CVR096 1 5 90 298 2790

    CNX108 1 5 71 227 2375 CVR094 2 6 52 170 2730

    CNX123 1 6 101 323 2575 CVR099 1 6 82 276 3000

    CNX135 1 6 134 430 2850 CVR101 2 6 52 170 2808

    CNX144 1 7 117 376 3012 CVR105 1 6 82 276 3108

    CNX158 1 7 157 501 3362 CVR106 2 6 68 224 2964

    CNX164 1 4 134 429 3450 CVR111 1 6 109 359 3264

    CNX181 1 4 179 572 3800 CVR112 2 6 68 224 3042

    CNX061 2 4 29 92 1000 CVR116 1 6 109 359 3342

    CNX077 2 4 43 138 1600 CVR125 2 4 68 224 3429

    CNX087 2 4 58 184 2000 CVR135 2 4 68 224 3529

    CNX115 2 6 64 205 2600 CVR141 2 4 92 300 3738

    CNX129 2 6 86 274 3000 CVR149 2 4 92 300 3842

    CNX154 2 4 85 273 3600 CVR165 2 5 136 460 4698

    CNX172 2 4 114 363 4000 CVR177 2 5 136 460 4798

    CNX192 2 5 106 340 4500 CVR184 2 5 180 596 5060

    CNX215 2 5 142 453 5000 CVR192 2 5 180 596 5190

    CNX247 2 6 202 645 5400 CVR200 2 6 164 552 5736

    CNX271 2 6 269 860 6000 CVR212 2 6 164 552 5892

    CNX288 2 7 235 752 6400 CVR221 2 6 218 718 6242

    CNX316 2 7 313 1002 7000 CVR231 2 6 218 718 6398

    CNX329 2 8 268 858 7400 CVW011 1 1 6 19 570

    CNX362 2 8 358 1145 8000 CVW014 1 1 9 29 647

    CLW009 1 1 6 19 515 CVW016 1 1 12 38 698

    CLW012 1 1 9 29 592 CVW021 1 2 12 38 1012

    CLW014 1 1 12 38 641 CVW028 1 2 23 76 1095

    CLW019 1 2 12 38 985 CVW033 1 2 23 76 1238

    CLW024 1 2 23 76 1063 CVW042 1 3 26 85 1625

    CLW028 1 2 23 76 1117 CVW049 1 3 34 112 1740

    CLW036 1 3 26 85 1460 CVW055 1 4 34 112 2100

    CLW042 1 3 34 112 1570 CVW056 2 4 35 115 1996

    CLW048 1 4 34 112 1875 CVW064 1 4 46 150 2245

    CLW049 2 4 35 115 1792 CVW065 2 4 47 153 2108

    CLW056 1 4 46 150 2019 CVW070 1 5 68 230 2611

    CLW057 2 4 47 153 1882 CVW081 1 5 90 298 2757

    CLW066 1 5 68 230 2403 CVW084 2 6 52 170 2768

    CLW075 1 5 90 298 2475 CVW090 1 6 82 276 3068

    CLW073 2 6 52 170 2508 CVW098 2 6 68 224 3003

    CLW079 1 6 82 276 2808 CVW104 1 6 109 359 3303

    CLW085 2 6 68 224 2664 CVW112 2 4 68 224 3479

    CLW090 1 6 109 359 2964 CVW130 2 4 92 300 3790

    CLW097 2 4 68 224 3029 CVW140 2 5 136 460 4748

    CLW113 2 4 92 300 3338 CVW163 2 5 180 596 5125

  • 13

    Condenser ID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge Summer

    (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb) Condenser

    ID Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge Summer

    (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb)

    CLW131 2 5 136 460 4198 CVW167 2 6 164 552 5842

    CLW151 2 5 180 596 4560 CVW195 2 6 218 718 6316

    CLW158 2 6 164 552 5292 CVW011L 1 1 6 19 570

    CLW181 2 6 218 718 5642 CVW014L 1 1 9 29 647

    CLR010 1 1 6 19 515 CVW016L 1 1 12 38 698

    CLR011 1 1 6 19 525 CVW021L 1 2 12 38 1012

    CLR013 1 1 9 29 592 CVW028L 1 2 23 76 1095

    CLR014 1 1 9 29 602 CVW033L 1 2 23 76 1238

    CLR015 1 1 12 38 641 CVW042L 1 3 26 85 1625

    CLR016 1 1 12 38 654 CVW049L 1 3 34 112 1740

    CLR021 1 2 12 38 985 CVW055L 1 4 34 112 2100

    CLR023 1 2 12 38 1005 CVW056L 2 4 35 115 1996

    CLR027 1 2 17 57 1063 CVW064L 1 4 46 150 2245

    CLR029 1 2 17 57 1091 CVW065L 2 4 47 153 2108

    CLR031 1 2 23 76 1117 CVW070L 1 5 68 230 2611

    CLR032 1 2 23 76 1159 CVW081L 1 5 90 298 2757

    CLR040 1 3 26 85 1460 CVW084L 2 6 52 170 2768

    CLR044 1 3 26 85 1490 CVW090L 1 6 82 276 3068

    CLR046 1 3 34 112 1570 CVW098L 2 6 68 224 3003

    CLR049 1 3 34 112 1609 CVW104L 1 6 109 359 3303

    CLR053 1 4 34 112 1875 CVW112L 2 4 68 224 3479

    CLR054 2 4 35 115 1792 CVW130L 2 4 92 300 3790

    CLR057 1 4 34 112 1915 CVW140L 2 5 136 460 4748

    CLR058 2 4 35 115 1781 CVW163L 2 5 180 596 5125

    CLR060 1 4 46 150 2019 CVW167L 2 6 164 552 5842

    CLR062 2 4 47 153 1882 CVW195L 2 6 218 718 6316

    CLR064 1 4 46 150 2071 CVX015 1 1 7 24 600

    CLR065 2 4 47 153 1934 CVX019 1 1 11 35 650

    CLR069 2 6 36 114 2323 CVX021 1 1 15 47 700

    CLR072 1 5 68 230 2338 CVX031 1 2 14 46 950

    CLR077 1 5 68 230 2403 CVX038 1 2 22 69 1000

    CLR081 1 5 90 298 2475 CVX042 1 2 29 92 1050

    CLR084 1 5 90 298 2540 CVX057 1 3 32 103 1450

    CLR080 2 6 52 170 2430 CVX063 1 3 43 137 1575

    CLR086 1 6 82 276 2730 CVX076 1 4 43 136 1925

    CLR087 2 6 52 170 2508 CVX084 1 4 57 182 2100

    CLR093 1 6 82 276 2808 CVX096 1 5 53 170 2400

    CLR092 2 6 68 224 2664 CVX106 1 5 71 227 2625

    CLR096 1 6 109 359 2964 CVX122 1 6 101 323 2875

    CLR097 2 6 68 224 2742 CVX131 1 6 134 430 3150

    CLR101 1 6 109 359 3042 CVX142 1 7 117 376 3362

    CLR107 2 4 68 224 3029 CVX153 1 7 157 501 3712

    CLR117 2 4 68 224 3129 CVX163 1 4 134 429 3850

  • 14

    Condenser ID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge Summer

    (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb) Condenser

    ID Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge Summer

    (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb)

    CLW131 2 5 136 460 4198 CVW167 2 6 164 552 5842

    CLW151 2 5 180 596 4560 CVW195 2 6 218 718 6316

    CLW158 2 6 164 552 5292 CVW011L 1 1 6 19 570

    CLW181 2 6 218 718 5642 CVW014L 1 1 9 29 647

    CLR010 1 1 6 19 515 CVW016L 1 1 12 38 698

    CLR011 1 1 6 19 525 CVW021L 1 2 12 38 1012

    CLR013 1 1 9 29 592 CVW028L 1 2 23 76 1095

    CLR014 1 1 9 29 602 CVW033L 1 2 23 76 1238

    CLR015 1 1 12 38 641 CVW042L 1 3 26 85 1625

    CLR016 1 1 12 38 654 CVW049L 1 3 34 112 1740

    CLR021 1 2 12 38 985 CVW055L 1 4 34 112 2100

    CLR023 1 2 12 38 1005 CVW056L 2 4 35 115 1996

    CLR027 1 2 17 57 1063 CVW064L 1 4 46 150 2245

    CLR029 1 2 17 57 1091 CVW065L 2 4 47 153 2108

    CLR031 1 2 23 76 1117 CVW070L 1 5 68 230 2611

    CLR032 1 2 23 76 1159 CVW081L 1 5 90 298 2757

    CLR040 1 3 26 85 1460 CVW084L 2 6 52 170 2768

    CLR044 1 3 26 85 1490 CVW090L 1 6 82 276 3068

    CLR046 1 3 34 112 1570 CVW098L 2 6 68 224 3003

    CLR049 1 3 34 112 1609 CVW104L 1 6 109 359 3303

    CLR053 1 4 34 112 1875 CVW112L 2 4 68 224 3479

    CLR054 2 4 35 115 1792 CVW130L 2 4 92 300 3790

    CLR057 1 4 34 112 1915 CVW140L 2 5 136 460 4748

    CLR058 2 4 35 115 1781 CVW163L 2 5 180 596 5125

    CLR060 1 4 46 150 2019 CVW167L 2 6 164 552 5842

    CLR062 2 4 47 153 1882 CVW195L 2 6 218 718 6316

    CLR064 1 4 46 150 2071 CVX015 1 1 7 24 600

    CLR065 2 4 47 153 1934 CVX019 1 1 11 35 650

    CLR069 2 6 36 114 2323 CVX021 1 1 15 47 700

    CLR072 1 5 68 230 2338 CVX031 1 2 14 46 950

    CLR077 1 5 68 230 2403 CVX038 1 2 22 69 1000

    CLR081 1 5 90 298 2475 CVX042 1 2 29 92 1050

    CLR084 1 5 90 298 2540 CVX057 1 3 32 103 1450

    CLR080 2 6 52 170 2430 CVX063 1 3 43 137 1575

    CLR086 1 6 82 276 2730 CVX076 1 4 43 136 1925

    CLR087 2 6 52 170 2508 CVX084 1 4 57 182 2100

    CLR093 1 6 82 276 2808 CVX096 1 5 53 170 2400

    CLR092 2 6 68 224 2664 CVX106 1 5 71 227 2625

    CLR096 1 6 109 359 2964 CVX122 1 6 101 323 2875

    CLR097 2 6 68 224 2742 CVX131 1 6 134 430 3150

    CLR101 1 6 109 359 3042 CVX142 1 7 117 376 3362

    CLR107 2 4 68 224 3029 CVX153 1 7 157 501 3712

    CLR117 2 4 68 224 3129 CVX163 1 4 134 429 3850

  • 15

    Condenser ID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge Summer

    (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb) Condenser

    ID Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge Summer

    (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb)

    CLR122 2 4 92 300 3338 CVX175 1 4 179 572 4200

    CLR130 2 4 92 300 3442 CVX062 2 4 29 92 1100

    CLR144 2 5 136 460 4198 CVX077 2 4 43 138 1700

    CLR155 2 5 136 460 4298 CVX085 2 4 58 184 2100

    CLR161 2 5 180 596 4560 CVX115 2 6 64 205 2750

    CLR167 2 5 180 596 4690 CVX127 2 6 86 274 3150

    CLR173 2 6 164 552 5292 CVX154 2 4 85 273 3800

    CLR186 2 6 164 552 5642 CVX170 2 4 114 363 4200

    CLR193 2 6 218 718 5798 CVX192 2 5 106 340 4750

    CLR202 2 6 218 718 5798 CVX212 2 5 142 453 5250

    CLX013 1 1 7 24 550 CVX245 2 6 202 645 5700

    CLX016 1 1 11 35 600 CVX262 2 6 269 860 6300

    CLX018 1 1 15 47 650 CVX285 2 7 235 752 6750

    CLX026 1 2 14 46 850 CVX306 2 7 313 1002 7350

    CLX032 1 2 22 69 900 CVX326 2 8 268 858 7800

    CLX036 1 2 29 92 950 CVX350 2 8 358 1145 8400

    CLX049 1 3 32 103 1300 CVX015L 1 1 7 24 600

    CLX054 1 3 43 137 1425 CVX019L 1 1 11 35 650

    CLX064 1 4 43 136 1725 CVX021L 1 1 15 47 700

    CLX071 1 4 57 182 1900 CVX031L 1 2 14 46 950

    CLX081 1 5 53 170 2150 CVX038L 1 2 22 69 1000

    CLX089 1 5 71 227 2375 CVX042L 1 2 29 92 1050

    CLX103 1 6 101 323 2575 CVX057L 1 3 32 103 1450

    CLX111 1 6 134 430 2850 CVX063L 1 3 43 137 1575

    CLX120 1 7 117 376 3012 CVX076L 1 4 43 136 1925

    CLX129 1 7 157 501 3362 CVX084L 1 4 57 182 2100

    CLX138 1 4 134 429 3450 CVX096L 1 5 53 170 2400

    CLX148 1 4 179 572 3800 CVX106L 1 5 71 227 2625

    CLX053 2 4 29 92 1000 CVX122L 1 6 101 323 2875

    CLX065 2 4 43 138 1600 CVX131L 1 6 134 430 3150

    CLX072 2 4 58 184 2000 CVX142L 1 7 117 376 3362

    CLX097 2 6 64 205 2600 CVX153L 1 7 157 501 3712

    CLX107 2 6 86 274 3000 CVX163L 1 4 134 429 3850

    CLX130 2 4 85 273 3600 CVX175L 1 4 179 572 4200

    CLX143 2 4 114 363 4000 CVX062L 2 4 29 92 1100

    CLX162 2 5 106 340 4500 CVX077L 2 4 43 138 1700

    CLX178 2 5 142 453 5000 CVX085L 2 4 58 184 2100

    CLX207 2 6 202 645 5400 CVX115L 2 6 64 205 2750

    CLX222 2 6 269 860 6000 CVX127L 2 6 86 274 3150

    CLX241 2 7 235 752 6400 CVX154L 2 4 85 273 3800

    CLX259 2 7 313 1002 7000 CVX170L 2 4 114 363 4200

    CLX275 2 8 268 858 7400 CVX192L 2 5 106 340 4750

    CLX296 2 8 358 1145 8000 CVX212L 2 5 142 453 5250

  • 16

    Condenser ID

    Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge Summer

    (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb) Condenser

    ID Width (fan)

    Length (fan)

    Refrigerant Charge Summer

    (lb)

    Refrigerant Charge

    Winter (lb)

    Shipping Weight

    (lb)

    CMR06 1 1 3 11 308 CVX245L 2 6 202 645 5700

    CMR07 1 1 5 16 335 CVX262L 2 6 269 860 6300

    CMR08 1 1 7 22 350 CVX285L 2 7 235 752 6750

    CMR12 1 2 6 21 489 CVX306L 2 7 313 1002 7350

    CMR15 1 2 10 31 532 CVX326L 2 8 268 858 7800

    CVX350L 2 8 358 1145 8400

  • 17

    Fig. #1: Standard Legs

  • 18

  • 19

  • 20

    Fig. #2 : Extended Legs

  • 21

    Fig #3: 2 fans

  • 22

    Fig # 4: 1 fan

  • 23

    Table #3

    Condenser Fan Alignment Ambient Control Temperature Setting (°F)

    Temperature Control ------ T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7

    Single Wide Units M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 Fan Motor Number Double Wide Units M1

    M2 M3 M4

    M5 M6

    M7 M8

    M9 M10

    M11 M12

    M13 M14

    M15 M16

    Difference 20

    Fan On 60

    Fan Off 40

    Difference 10 15

    Fan On 55 65

    Fan Off 45 50

    Difference 10 5 5

    Fan On 55 60 70

    Fan Off 45 55 65

    Difference 10 5 5 5

    Fan On 55 60 70 75

    Fan Off 45 55 65 70

    Difference 10 5 5 5 5

    Fan On 55 60 65 70 80

    Fan Off 45 55 60 75 75

    Difference 10 5 5 5 5 5

    Fan On 55 60 65 70 75 80

    Fan Off 45 55 60 65 70 75

    Difference 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

    Fan On 50 55 60 65 70 75 80

    Fan Off

    FAN (S) RUNS

    WITH ANY COM-

    PRESSOR

    45 50 55 60 65 70 75

  • 24

    Table #4

    Condenser Fan Alignment Pressure Control Pressure Settings (PSIG) (R-22)

    Pressure Control ------ P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7

    Single Wide Units M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 Fan Motor Number Double Wide Units M1

    M2 M3 M4

    M5 M6

    M7 M8

    M9 M10

    M11 M12

    M13 M14

    M15 M16

    Difference 40

    Fan On 200

    Fan Off 160

    Difference 40 40

    Fan On 200 210

    Fan Off 160 170

    Difference 40 40 40

    Fan On 200 205 215

    Fan Off 160 165 175

    Difference 40 40 40 40

    Fan On 200 205 210 220

    Fan Off 160 165 170 180

    Difference 40 40 40 40 40

    Fan On 200 205 210 215 225

    Fan Off 160 165 170 175 185

    Difference 40 40 40 40 40 40

    Fan On 200 205 210 215 220 225

    Fan Off 160 165 170 175 180 185

    Difference 40 40 40 40 40 40 40

    Fan On 200 205 210 215 220 225 230

    Fan Off

    FAN (S) RUNS

    WITH ANY COM-

    PRESSOR

    160 165 170 175 180 185 190

  • 25

    Table #5

    Condenser Fan Alignment Pressure Control Pressure Settings (PSIG) (R-404A, R-507)

    Pressure Control ------ P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7

    Single Wide Units M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 Fan Motor Number Double Wide Units M1

    M2 M3 M4

    M5 M6

    M7 M8

    M9 M10

    M11 M12

    M13 M14

    M15 M16

    Difference 40

    Fan On 240

    Fan Off 200

    Difference 40 40

    Fan On 240 250

    Fan Off 200 210

    Difference 40 40 40

    Fan On 240 250 255

    Fan Off 200 210 215

    Difference 40 40 40 40

    Fan On 240 245 255 260

    Fan Off 200 205 215 220

    Difference 40 40 40 40 40

    Fan On 240 245 255 255 265

    Fan Off 200 205 215 215 225

    Difference 40 40 40 40 40 40

    Fan On 240 245 250 255 260 265

    Fan Off 200 205 210 215 220 225

    Difference 40 40 40 40 40 40 40

    Fan On 240 245 250 255 260 265 270

    Fan Off

    FAN (S) RUNS

    WITH ANY COM-

    PRESSOR

    200 205 210 215 220 225 230

  • 26

    Table #6

    Condenser Fan Alignment Pressure Control Pressure Settings (PSIG) (R-134)

    Pressure Control ------ P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7

    Single Wide Units M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 Fan Motor Number Double Wide Units M1

    M2 M3 M4

    M5 M6

    M7 M8

    M9 M10

    M11 M12

    M13 M14

    M15 M16

    Difference 30

    Fan On 125

    Fan Off 95

    Difference 30 30

    Fan On 125 135

    Fan Off 95 105

    Difference 30 30 30

    Fan On 125 130 130

    Fan Off 95 100 110

    Difference 30 30 30 30

    Fan On 125 130 135 145

    Fan Off 95 100 105 115

    Difference 30 30 30 30 30

    Fan On 125 130 135 140 150

    Fan Off 95 100 105 110 120

    Difference 30 30 30 30 30 30

    Fan On 125 130 135 140 145 150

    Fan Off 95 100 105 110 115 120

    Difference 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

    Fan On 125 130 135 140 145 150 155

    Fan Off

    FAN (S) RUNS

    WITH ANY COM-

    PRESSOR

    95 100 105 110 115 120 125

  • 27

    Table #7

    Condenser Fan Alignment Pressure Control Pressure Settings (PSIG) (R-407)

    Pressure Control ------ P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7

    Single Wide Units M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 Fan Motor Number Double Wide Units M1

    M2 M3 M4

    M5 M6

    M7 M8

    M9 M10

    M11 M12

    M13 M14

    M15 M16

    Difference 40

    Fan On 220

    Fan Off 180

    Difference 40 40

    Fan On 220 230

    Fan Off 180 190

    Difference 40 40 40

    Fan On 220 225 235

    Fan Off 180 185 195

    Difference 40 40 40 40

    Fan On 220 225 230 240

    Fan Off 180 185 190 200

    Difference 40 40 40 40 40

    Fan On 220 225 230 235 245

    Fan Off 180 185 190 195 205

    Difference 40 40 40 40 40 40

    Fan On 220 225 230 235 240 250

    Fan Off 180 185 190 195 200 210

    Difference 40 40 40 40 40 40 40

    Fan On 220 225 230 235 240 245 250

    Fan Off

    FAN (S) RUNS

    WITH ANY COM-

    PRESSOR

    180 185 190 195 200 205 210

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    WARRANTIES

    RefPlus warrants the labeled (serial No.), new Refplus equipment and all parts thereof, to be free from defects in

    workmanship and material at the time of purchase. Apply to original purchaser only (Not transferable).

    Under this warranty RefPlus shall be limited to repairing or exchanging any parts, without charge FOB factory or nearest

    authorized parts wholesalers, which may prove defective to the satisfaction of RefPlus within one year from date of start up,

    not to exceed eighteen (1 8) months from date of shipment from the factory.

    The warranties to repair or replace above recited, are the only warranties, express, implied, or statutory, made by RefPlus.

    No express or implied warranties as to merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or use. RefPlus neither assumes,

    nor authorizes any person to assume for it, any other obligation or liability in connection with the sale of said equipment or

    any part thereof.

    EXCLUSIONS

    THIS WARRANTY SHALL NOT APPLY TO LOSS OF PRODUCT OR REFRIGERANT DUE

    TO FAILURE FOR ANY REASON.

    RefPlus SHALL NOT BE LIABLE: 1 - For any repairs or replacement by buyer without the written consent of RefPlus, or when the equipment is installed or operated in a manner contrary to the instructions covering installation and service which accompanied such equipment.

    2- For any damages, delays, or losses, direct or consequential, caused by defects, nor for damages caused by short or

    reduced supply of materials, fire, flood, strikes, acts of God, or circumstances beyond its control.

    3- When the failure or defect of any part or parts is incidental to ordinary wear, accident, abuse or misuse; or when the serial

    number of the equipment has been removed, defaced, altered, or tampered with.

    4- When this equipment is operated on low or improper voltages.

    6- When this equipment is moved to different location other than the original installation.

    5- For payment of any removal or installation charges of parts or units.

    Specifications subject to change without notice.


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