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    Twin-split RTU

    There is nothing NOTH-ING wrong as long as it works

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    Wow, that takes twinning to a whole new level. Sick.

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    Is it off one condenser? Part of me wants to see two condensers piped in like they did the evaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MT1 View Post
    Is it off one condenser? Part of me wants to see two condensers piped in like they did the evaps.
    Idk, but it looks like the lines are split from a single condensing unit. I found this pic online...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ugottabkidnme View Post
    Idk, but it looks like the lines are split from a single condensing unit. I found this pic online...

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    Well that's no fun...

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    I've seen a trane odyssey AHU tied in to two condensing units. Maybe something similiar is going on here where there are two AHUs and one 2 stage condensing unit?

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    Confused OK

    Um, Er, uh, I have no words...

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