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    A coil's postion in chilled water system


    We own an 800sq.ft condo in a small complex(44 units) with chilled water cooling.
    We'd like to replace the 15 year old electric furnace with gas furnace. It's an up-flow system and the A coil is below the blower. Is that right or it should be mounted on top of the furnace?
    Also there's a Little Giant VCMA-20ULS Automatic Condensate Removal Pump (not connected to a power source). Do i need a pump with the new gas furnace?
    I'm sure the zone valve actuator needs to be installed on the new system, to turn off the cold water flow to the A coil in the heating season.

    You'll have a nice day!
    Last edited by andchill; 09-10-2008 at 09:17 AM. Reason: grammar

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