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  1. #1
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    flowrater or Txv

    I have a customer that tells me they usually leave there a/c set at constant temp all year should I even bother with a txv for this customer?

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    Are there any performance issues with this customer's system?
    Building Physics Rule #1: Hot flows to cold.


    Building Physics Rule #2:
    Higher air pressure moves toward lower air pressure


    Building Physics Rule #3:
    Higher moisture concentration moves toward lower moisture concentration.

  3. #3
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    I will be setting up a new system for them

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmiles View Post
    I will be setting up a new system for them
    If this is so, then with many new 13 SEER match-ups you no longer have a choice. They will come with a TXV.

    I wouldn't even blink an eye over it. A TXV is just a better way to meter an evaporator, period.
    Building Physics Rule #1: Hot flows to cold.


    Building Physics Rule #2:
    Higher air pressure moves toward lower air pressure


    Building Physics Rule #3:
    Higher moisture concentration moves toward lower moisture concentration.

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