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    Water cooled condensing coil question

    On the one end where the water inlet and discharge ports are, why are there two water out lets??
    The system is a Copeland w2we 0500 FTC 050

    The system I’m working on has both of these water outlets coming together in a common hose.
    Let's give nukes a chance.

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    If using chilled water only 1 outlet is needed. Towervwatrr both b

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    This system is using city supplied water. Ive only seen one discharge port on the systems Ive worked on in the past.
    I may have to disassemble this system to clean it and will see what’s what at that time..but I’m trying too figure out what size brushes Ill be needing, the manufactures label was a foil label and is useless, its not the original coil.
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    Most times the gaskets swell. A razor blade cuts them real easy!
    Memory says 3/8” brushes. 1/2” nylon will fit.

    When I get home I’ll see if I have the specs!

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    This is from a book published in 1977,3rd Edition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TechmanTerry View Post
    This is from a book published in 1977,3rd Edition.
    I stand Corrected Terry

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    Thanks
    Let's give nukes a chance.

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