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    carrier chiller 30gtn210

    i have carrier chiller 30gtn210 with 7 compressor and 44 f default set-point
    can i modify this temp for decreasing water temp and what is the rules for doing that ??????????
    please help

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerocall View Post
    i have carrier chiller 30gtn210 with 7 compressor and 44 f default set-point
    can i modify this temp for decreasing water temp and what is the rules for doing that ??????????
    please help
    Press escape button and blank the display. bring the menu light to set point. Then you can scroll and modify.
    thank you

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    thank you for respond but i ask I th I will effect the chiller efficiency

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    Do you have any design or specs for the chiller? What are you looking to turn the setpoint down to?


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    do you have glycol in the system? and how cold do you want it.?


    will effect the chiller efficiency? depends, but the lower the water temp the more if cost to run. But the unit will run as efficiently as designed provided, everything else is properly maintained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerocall View Post
    thank you for respond but i ask I th I will effect the chiller efficiency
    The chiller will run less efficient at a lower saturated suction temperature.

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    Colder is less efficient .

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