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    RTAA 240

    RTAA240 operates year round. Located in North Carolina. I am interested in kw/ton. If anybody has any info for me I would greatly appreciate it.

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    Do you mean RTAC240? They didn't make a RTAA240. Try this link, should be in here.

    http://www.trane.com/webcache/rf/rot...n_11012006.pdf

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    RTAA240. mfr'd in 1998.

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    So you've got two 70s on circuit #1 and a 100 on #2. Never seen one that size, can't even find it in the literature. The charge issue I mentioned was for a RTAA though. Any circuit that has a 100 ton circuit was overcharged by 45 lbs.

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    two 70's and one 100 - that'sthe critter.I haven't been able to find the literature either. I'm assuming the overgharge issue is in a previous post? This machine has been running pretty good. Some small problems,but not bad for a machine that runs 24/7/365.

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    I,m still trying to find some info. The old IOMs are not on the web site anymore for the larger tonnage RTAAs. I have them on a disc but I'm having trouble with it.

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    Found it, I can't believe out of all those machines I work on I've never seen one that size. Trying to send the info to your E-mail.

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    Thanks. I appreciate it.

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