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    York LCH130 Pressure drops

    I am trying to find the water flow pressure drops for a York LCH130W-17BA Chiller. Can anyone direct me or have the info. York (Johnson Controls) never responds

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    which flow pressure?condenser or evaporator?

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    My biggest issue is with the evaporator

    It appears from the pump plates they are flowing 280 gpm on both the evaporator and condenser. Not much to go on from a system this old

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    i know the chillers are very old models i just check my documents and i saw that i dont have have this type but i have the newest type just give me a few to tell you

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    i check, but from my experiences on the condenser should have something between 30-50 Kpa dp and the cooler should work between 40-70 Kpa with ideal for me the 60 kpa on cooler pressure drop, i am really sorry that i cant give you also how many l/s value because i dont have the original manual from this type i have the newest ones and i dont want to give you wronge data, hope some on else that have this details can give it

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    some more information just i found, for the condenser the limitations are between 3,6-7,2 l/s per 100kw

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