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    Subcooling

    With r-410 refrigerant, What is the proper subcooling technique? Thanks in advance. Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by wavecrazed View Post
    With r-410 refrigerant, What is the proper subcooling technique? Thanks in advance. Tim
    It's the same as R22 and any other refrigerant. Your welcome.

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    Same

    Subcooling. Same as r-22. but the seer rating affects the condenser to ambient properties.. Here is what I use for rule of thumb on ambient and evap. Follow exact manfacturer info for the actuals!!!

    10-12 SEER: (R410-A)

    1. The evaporator is designed to be 35° colder than the return air
    2. The condenser is designed to be 25° warmer than the outdoor passing over it.

    12-20+ SEER: (R410-A)

    1. The evaporator is designed to be 30° colder than the return air
    2. The condenser is designed to be 20° warmer than the outdoor passing over it.
    Last edited by phoenixfitter; 11-08-2007 at 09:27 PM. Reason: Missed info

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