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Thread: 19XRV GPM

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    Does any one know where to find the chart to figure actual GPM through cooler and condenser by DP. Seems like there has to be one but I can't find it. Thanks.
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    The customer, whether it's the mechanical contractor, or the final owner of equipment, should have the selection data available.
    Having said that, you should be able to get general spec's for exchangers from your local Carrier office.

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    It is in the product manual...There is three books. One, the service operation and maintence, two, the product describtion, and three, the installation. The origional design data sheet will have the drops and design gpm but there is charts too to see where your at.

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    what is the full model number???

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    Check out page 16 of this info.
    http://www.xpedio.carrier.com/idc/gr...t/19xr-1pd.pdf

    [Edited by r718 on 02-07-2006 at 09:05 PM]

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    waterboy (r718)

    The info on page 16 is very vague.
    It is not the answer to his orginal question.

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    OOOPS!
    I'll look for the chart that gives a flow delta P rating.
    I hope I won't have to explain the delta thingy.

    I edited my previous post.

    [Edited by r718 on 02-07-2006 at 09:44 PM]

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    Finally got to talk to carrier today. They said they don't have gpm charts any more. They did e-mail the original design charts. The ones I should have had from the get go. It shows gpm and that delta-p thingy. I'll make sure that's the way they still are and go with that. Thanks for all your input.
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