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    Summit Coils

    Hello everyone. Need some help with a model number on a Summit Coil. The model # is CA2N58-MF the coil is approx. 10 yrs. old. Does anyone know what size coil this is? Also, is there a TXV in this or a piston. Thanks in advance guys....

    Dave in NJ

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    Are you sure about that number? I can't decode it.

    http://www.summitmfg.us/images/pdf/S...menclature.pdf

    Might want to give them a call. They are in Texas -- Central Time Zone.

    1-800-944-6354
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

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    I saw one of these branded coils once on a unit that had hot water reheat instaed of electric heat strips. The brand of the AHU was suntherm but it was kinda of a dated design. The one I saw had a piston/ fixed metering setup.I'm not to sure on decoding that coil # but I would think it's in the 5 ton range.

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    Sounds like an old coil. The current Summit line is labelled CA024A862, which is approximately 2-tons, depending on the condenser it's attached to. So as a reasonable guess, I'd think it's a 2-ton, old unit.
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    I dont want to make the mistake of guessing its a 5 ton coil just because it has a 58 in the model number. Its matched up to an Air Pro condenser, and the model number is too faded to read. I took the numbers off the compressor and plugged them into this cool website (www.bristolcompressors.com/ProdCrossRef.aspx) if anyone is interested. and it comes back with a ARI rating of 37,899 btu. Thats why I am alittle hesitant about assuming its a 5 ton coil. I think I will take jrbenny's advice and call Summit in the morning. Thanks again,

    Dave in NJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by smadave View Post
    I dont want to make the mistake of guessing its a 5 ton coil just because it has a 58 in the model number. Its matched up to an Air Pro condenser, and the model number is too faded to read. I took the numbers off the compressor and plugged them into this cool website (www.bristolcompressors.com/ProdCrossRef.aspx) if anyone is interested. and it comes back with a ARI rating of 37,899 btu. Thats why I am alittle hesitant about assuming its a 5 ton coil. I think I will take jrbenny's advice and call Summit in the morning. Thanks again,

    Dave in NJ
    yeah it was a shot in the dark but it was just a guess. I would be more inclined to think the same as you. I didn't know that summit was still around. call them but I would doublecheck the numbers you got off of the coil to make sure you read them right. good luck
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    I called summit today...they dont know either! Go Figure...


    Dave in NJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by smadave View Post
    I called summit today...they dont know either! Go Figure...


    Dave in NJ
    Reason number 5,092 that we quit selling their products.
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smadave View Post
    I called summit today...they dont know either! Go Figure...


    Dave in NJ
    Sounds like a good time to sell the customer some new equip.
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