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    Low temp 20,000btu evap coil

    Anyone know of a current model low profile, low temp 208/230 single phase 20,000btu evap coil with 2 or 3 fans. Customer is replacing an old system that still has 502 in it. The Bally coil that is in there is a BF200**** and only has 2 fans. Coil is thick. I've checked HTPG and Heatcraft. 20,000 btu's is 5 fans.
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    10,000BTU's per fan...………….

    That is one thick coil!

    have you contacted Bally or Heatcraft?

    Any chance of installing 2 evaps?

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    Just to save time I looked at at Trenton and krack
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    This might be a good time to do what Icemeister was saying about LT coils in markets. Inlet air side has less fins per inch so less frost blocking the air flow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    Anyone know of a current model low profile, low temp 208/230 single phase 20,000btu evap coil with 2 or 3 fans. Customer is replacing an old system that still has 502 in it. The Bally coil that is in there is a BF200**** and only has 2 fans. Coil is thick. I've checked HTPG and Heatcraft. 20,000 btu's is 5 fans.
    I have a FF rest with a walk in using a Larkin evap from 1981. It was also a 503.

    We are looking at a Trenton setup, soup to nuts. Probably a new lineset, too.
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    https://www.krack.com/en/technical%2...ation/CRCC.pdf

    Pg. 8? Only thing is its medium profile, just noticed that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoCougs View Post
    https://www.krack.com/en/technical%2...ation/CRCC.pdf

    Pg. 8? Only thing is its medium profile, just noticed that.

    MK26E-206
    The older style Bally evaporators were essentially medium profile. Their current BF-200 is a five-fan low profile but the old ones were a two-fan style with a fan diameter of about 16" or so.

    The Heatcraft equivalent would be a BML220, which is a 2-fan 22,000 Btuh coil.

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    How in the do you remember all this
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    What is the product?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TechmanTerry View Post
    What is the product?
    Middle school cafeteria food. This cafeteria also stores/supplies food to 2 other smaller schools. The boxes are immaculate for as old as they are. They are doing a remodel at the school and replacing the condensing units for the cooler and freezer and relocating from the boiler room to the roof. I'm going to sell the equipment to the general and he's subbing out the install. The evaps may not even get replaced, the general is going to quote 2 entire systems, or 2 condensing units with gas and metering devices. The original boxes/equipment appear to be ordered from Bally as a custom remote set up based on the cooler model#. We're a Witt dealer so Witt would be my best option and I'm going to call them next week as well.
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    I found a Witt Med Profile with 2 fans. Hopefully the dimensions work. Thanks for the help
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