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    Question???
    Can anyone tell me the tonnage of a carrier model # 19dk53114aa centrifugal chiller????

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    what is the GPM and Delta temp. of the chiller while running fully loaded

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    Most centrifugals are custom designed and built for a specific job. As Joey stated, you'd need to know what the design criteria was. To get a "ball park" idea, you could look at the cond. pumps N/P and devide the GPM by 3. Or, you can look at the chilled water pump N/P GPM and devide by 2.4
    I'm not saying this will be exact, but most chw systems are designed around 3 GPM/ton for the condenser and 2.4 GPM/ton for the evap.

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    The compressor size is 11..Call carrier and go here
    http://www.xpedio.carrier.com/idc/gr...rtscatalog.pdf

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    I've worked for Carrier, that info , is like some cherished secret ( not always in the model # ).
    You should get design spec., for info..

    I say this 'cause I even have troubles gettin' info., sometimes.

    [Edited by r718 on 04-23-2005 at 12:45 PM]

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    r718,
    You mentioned that You worked for Carrier. Which part of the country? Did You leave or...?

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    You can always call Carrier's Replacement Components Divistion (RCD) in Syracuse and give them the serial number of the unit and they will give you the design conditions of the machine.

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    Uke

    ...didn't type all that I thought I had.
    I'm still with #1.
    Where you at????

    [Edited by r718 on 04-28-2005 at 11:22 PM]

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    I must have mis-understood, I thought you said you were with carrier
    Did I say that out loud???

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    Re: Uke

    Originally posted by r718
    ...didn't type all that I thought I had.
    I'm still with #1.
    Where you at????

    [Edited by r718 on 04-28-2005 at 11:22 PM]
    I'm in NYC, but I'm not with Carrier, Just wondering how big companies treat people?

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    big companies are the best to work for,Here why.
    -Set pay raises
    -Plenty of growing opportunities
    -Great bennis
    -relax emviroment
    and a whole bunch of other stuff.

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    Uke,
    I'm north of the 49th parallel. The "Great White North", had to change my plans on Thursday, white outs and snow storm. I couldn't get to the job I was going to.
    Big companies have "Big" plans and policies. I've quit a few times, no transfers for guys like me. They have always hired me back, when I got where I was going.
    Saftey is a very big and serious thing. Makes the job take longer, but they say that whether the job makes money or not, is not my concern. Just do it right.
    I've seen some fellas come and go and some say that leaving was one of the biggest mistakes they've made.

    No matter what, there's always a Boss.
    Know any of the Carrier fellas down there?

    I don't mean to hijack the thread, Sorry.



    [Edited by r718 on 04-30-2005 at 05:19 PM]

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    Originally posted by r718
    Uke,
    I'm north of the 49th parallel. The "Great White North", had to change my plans on Thursday, white outs and snow storm. I couldn't get to the job I was going to.
    Big companies have "Big" plans and policies. I've quit a few times, no transfers for guys like me. They have always hired me back, when I got where I was going.
    Saftey is a very big and serious thing. Makes the job take longer, but they say that whether the job makes money or not, is not my concern. Just do it right.
    I've seen some fellas come and go and some say that leaving was one of the biggest mistakes they've made.

    No matter what, there's always a Boss.
    Know any of the Carrier fellas down there?

    I don't mean to hijack the thread, Sorry.

    I think we hijacked it already. Sorry.

    But You still with them, so it's not bad.
    I might become one of them, I 'm trying to get job in Carrier or Trane. My vision of the big company is more like hvacpope described in the previous thread.
    As far as safety issue I don't think it's a bad idea , even if the job takes longer. My present company is the opposite. They don't care about safety, they just want to finish the job, sometimes they dn't even care if equipment going to work. As a result we got some very unsatisfied customers and a bunch of law suites on our hands.
    It doesn't happend all the time but more often one might wish.




    [Edited by r718 on 04-30-2005 at 05:19 PM]

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