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    Weight of refrigerant per foot

    I would like to locate a chart showing how much refrigerant per foot of copper pipe to weigh in for various sizes. Ideally this chart will show liquid and vapor amounts per foot. Can anyone direct me to a site where such a chart resides. Thanks

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    Page 33 of the Heatcraft Engineering Manual is a good start.

    http://www.heatcraftrpd.com/resource...H-ENGM0806.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by klrogers View Post
    Page 33 of the Heatcraft Engineering Manual is a good start.

    http://www.heatcraftrpd.com/resource...H-ENGM0806.pdf
    Thank you, I am looking for the weight chart for the purpose of calculating the refrigerant charge past a 25 foot line set. Page 33 appears to be for the amount of refrigerant present in the line during operation. Do you think this amount would be the same information I would need for calculating the charge needed? Thanks

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