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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by SBKold View Post
    Is there a heat pump / air handler version of this yet? Do you have a pdf available on it?
    Here you go.

    The system I installed was a 3 ton with 1,200 CFM indoors
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    Inventor/Manufacturer:
    KoppLift™ Hand Truck Lifting Bar
    http://www.amazon.com/shops/JohnGKoppLLC
    Video
    http://youtu.be/FsSViwAEz7A

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    Each unit has its own compressor per the parts program. Compressor is a private label owned by Lennox "(INTERLINK) VAR SPEED W/HARNESS". I think LG is the manufacturer for them. Compressor model number seems to have the btu's coded into it.
    2 ton COMPRESSOR APA020DAA
    3 ton COMPRESSOR APA026DAA
    4 ton COMPRESSOR ABA042DBA
    5 ton COMPRESSOR ABA051DAA
    Inventor/Manufacturer:
    KoppLift™ Hand Truck Lifting Bar
    http://www.amazon.com/shops/JohnGKoppLLC
    Video
    http://youtu.be/FsSViwAEz7A

  3. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKopp View Post
    Each unit has its own compressor per the parts program. Compressor is a private label owned by Lennox "(INTERLINK) VAR SPEED W/HARNESS". I think LG is the manufacturer for them. Compressor model number seems to have the btu's coded into it.
    2 ton COMPRESSOR APA020DAA
    3 ton COMPRESSOR APA026DAA
    4 ton COMPRESSOR ABA042DBA
    5 ton COMPRESSOR ABA051DAA
    Other than the boards and the compressors are the units otherwise identical?

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    GeoThermal GHP VFD seen about:
    Quote Originally Posted by JKopp View Post
    Each unit has its own compressor...the btu's coded into it.

    3 ton COMPRESSOR APA026DAA 26k [[[ compares to 32k VStar Hydro-Temp 2.1/2 compressor Ton, EER 30+ in high speed, but over 41 EER in med-low AHRI blended (80% run times, ref to your other (good posting, all-through!) post) ]]]

    5 ton COMPRESSOR ABA051DAA
    51K, certain conditions
    49k VStar "4 T" at EER 30.8 (not seer) and blended AHRI low-med # 42.1 EER [but , too, certain cooling testing]
    Heating
    32f EW 3gpm/ton by OEM, means here less flow , less KWH Pump Circulation, than 64k output WF 4T for instance--

    , 2.7 gpm/Ton is all that is needed, or well at 1.3 gpm/compressor ton, for 50f water (Hydro-Temp std oversized HX water coils)

    WITHOUT A GROUND LOOP AT ALL:
    above mentioned only because in light comm, using like-or-Hydro-Temp, the 100% on-demand HW would be , say , as used for pre-heating HW in a restaurant or medical/dental, etc as needed assisting larger A/C systems. - just off the shelf now, to 63k outputs on that 32f testing closed "chiller" loop

    Is Lennox going further with VFD 'Inter-Earth-Link' GEOTHERMAL HP ?
    ... however, much work still needs to be done.
    CLOSED LOOP newer ratings are listed, but in numerical EER's Closed- is posted below OPEN LOOP EER's:

    http://www.energystar.gov/productfin...r=0&lastpage=1

  5. #31
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    I have a question about that tape on the lineset. Ive noticed that tape on the linesets of quite a few installs I have viewed on you tube and am just wondering why it is used and if it is required in some locations.

    Ive never...or rarely had to split rubatex....and when I did....or when joining the sections together at the butt joints always used the contact cement made for joining the insulation. It works very well if you follow the directions.

    Anyhow... Im just curious about that tape.
    YOU SHALL REAP WHAT YOU HAVE _______ SOWN

  6. #32
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    Your doing it fine, I have noticed Rubitex states it is UV resistant. As long as the inspector buys it. If we split it we use this outdoor PVC 10 mil tape, it does hold up real well outdoors.

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    tape to split-rubatex/armaflex style soft rubber insulation

    Quote Originally Posted by JKopp View Post
    Your doing...well outdoors.
    I wander what the home-depot brand of soft rubber -rubatex-like SPLIT self-sealing pieces do in UV.

    I'll ask the OEM when I get another piece, but most is GT indoors for me. It is great , holds, and but if not stressing the stickiness of the split-glue
    ... however, much work still needs to be done.
    CLOSED LOOP newer ratings are listed, but in numerical EER's Closed- is posted below OPEN LOOP EER's:

    http://www.energystar.gov/productfin...r=0&lastpage=1

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