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    Confused ton

    can anybody help to get ton of copeland scroll zr54k3-pfv-930?

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    sounds like a 5 ton

    Copelands numbers are a little shy of whay it actually pushes

    I changed out a 2.5 ton the other day, had a 28 in it rather than a 30.

    Dont quote me on this just a guesstimate

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    Quote Originally Posted by yodapala View Post
    sounds like a 5 ton

    Copelands numbers are a little shy of whay it actually pushes

    I changed out a 2.5 ton the other day, had a 28 in it rather than a 30.

    Dont quote me on this just a guesstimate
    The manufacture chooses what compressor to put in the unit. Copeland rates them for what they are.
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    at high temp it's around 5 tons

    start getting into medium and low and see that number drop by thirds

    isn't this a technical discussion?

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    Ah, I stand corrected

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    Compressor Btu ratings are at a set standard gas temperature, gas pressure. If the gas is more dense, the compressor will pump more than its rating. If the gas is less dense the compressor will pump less than its rating. That's why you can find a ZR54 compressor in a unit rated at a true 60,000 Btu's.

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