Regarding your previous post:
“now way....not starting with the operation heat load again....that's a real dead end.....what I am doing is putting in a challanger that can pump out from 3-5 tons so I can adjust it is I find I really need 3.5 tons. Right now, I have been told that I am getting 1.5 net tons because of the load, out of the full 3 ton trane.....I can't go and demand heat load tests again, it just won't be fun, and I don't have the time…”
First, I’m not sure who you are addressing with your posted “…not starting with the operational heat load again…”, but if it were me, then I would state that you have yet to determine your heat load based on what you have already posted my friend.
Second, “you” won’t be able to adjust the new system for 3, 4, or even 5 tons because “if” the system is equipped with hot gas bypass (DBV), then it does so automatically based on it’s commissioned setting.
Third, who told you were only getting 1.5 net tons from your 3 ton system? This is the first time you have posted this my friend. How did “they” obtain this information, quantified analyses of the system’s operating readings, or just by guessing? This type of quantified statement would require a complete set of operational readings, which has NEVER been performed as far has we here can tell, to be accuarte.
John J. Dalton