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    York YCAS

    We in the engineering phase of re controlling a dual temp loop plant utilizing 2 York YCAS chillers. I have been trying to find out what the maximum entering water temperature that these machines can handle.
    I have reached out to York twice and no one seems to be able to get me the answer.
    The model numbers are YCAS0230EC46YGADBTXX

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    Your question is not a so easy question.
    What is the temp you're planning for at evap?

    The hard to predict condition will be outside temp.
    The problem that I see for now is if evap temp to high and outside temp is high, condensor won't be able to reject all the heat and you might trip on high pressure

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    Check your email
    Doug

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    The highest chilled water septpoint will be around 72F, power up the panel and punch a setpoint in, so the highest temp you will be able to control leaving water temp will be around 72F, but you can PULL Down from hot water starts of 110F and the chiller will self limit on Current so as not to overload the compressors.

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    It is actually 59F Max Chilled Water design temp.

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