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    Condensing water reset schedule

    Can anyone tell me their reset schedules for condensing water temp VS. humidity? I'm trying to find that happy medium that will keep my equipment happy and my customers with a bit of energy savings..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tex~n~oz View Post
    Can anyone tell me their reset schedules for condensing water temp VS. humidity? I'm trying to find that happy medium that will keep my equipment happy and my customers with a bit of energy savings..

    Cheers.
    I think you need to rethink your question.
    I'm sure you mean chilled water reset.

    Please give us more detailed information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrsr View Post
    I think you need to rethink your question.
    I'm sure you mean chilled water reset.

    Please give us more detailed information.

    His question is right. You need to know what approach your tower is designed for and then adjust your setpoint according to your OA wetbulb plus your approach plus I would throw in a little fudge factor because the real world and paper aren't the same. The gist is you want to reset your condesnser water to an attainable setpoint with out using more tower fan KW than you are saving on your chiller. Also make sure you don't take your condenser water temp lower than what your equipment can handle. Use good OA temp and humidity sensors in a reliable location.

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by willf650 View Post
    His question is right. You need to know what approach your tower is designed for and then adjust your setpoint according to your OA wetbulb plus your approach plus I would throw in a little fudge factor because the real world and paper aren't the same. The gist is you want to reset your condesnser water to an attainable setpoint with out using more tower fan KW than you are saving on your chiller. Also make sure you don't take your condenser water temp lower than what your equipment can handle. Use good OA temp and humidity sensors in a reliable location.
    My bad! I was thinking chilled water and indoor humidity.
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