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Thread: R22 leak

  1. #1
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    We have a water cooled Coil in a coil unit. We have a definite R22 leak and have a operational diagnostic question. The condenser water return temperature on a normal day would be in the 75* to 85* range. As we noticed the discharge air was not maintaining the space, we also noticed the water return temp went up drastically to the 190* range. Without doing an in depth pressure test, is this a good indicator that the refrigerant is leaking through to the water side?

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    Seeing is believing. Do the pressure check. Sometimes you can pick it up with a detector over the discharge water by catching some of it.

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    At 190* you probably popped a relief valve

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    The HP safety should trip prior to blowing the relief valve. If you got 190ΊF condenser water, one or the other is going to happen.

    Check the HP control.

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