Hey guys, been a while since I posted last, in fact this is only my second post. Mozilla.com is what I use at home and although it will pull up this site, it will not allow me to post.
Anyhow being a new tech and talking to folks about this new standard of the min SEER of 13, I've been told instead of figuring 4oo cfm per ton we need to figure 300 or 350 cfm per ton. Could someone please share some light on this subject for me and others that may be a litle confused?
Now a little on the info that I got in the subject. With the higher SEER's there is gonna be a issue with mold thus being the reason for the change in cfm's per ton.
I was tghinking that with that, you should be moving more air, so with the smaller cfm figure, that would require smaller duct causing the air to move faster.
Am I even close?