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Grizzly
04-05-2011, 08:29 PM
Can anyone Help please?
I have tried Airedale themselves several times today. But they are so busy my calls to "Technical" were not answered.
I am looking for any info on Airedale DFGFC 20T and DFGFC 15T "Sensible Coolers".
Rumor has it that even Airedale have lost their info on these.
Many Thanks Grizzly

Brian_UK
04-05-2011, 10:14 PM
Tried my oldish Airedale disk but couldn't find that unit, got close with references to DF90TGFC; but that help really does it?

Mind you I now know that Df = Down Flow and GFC = Glycol Free Cooling. The 20T has something to do with it's duty rating so I've learnt a little more today. :)

Grizzly
05-05-2011, 07:44 PM
Tried my oldish Airedale disk but couldn't find that unit, got close with references to DF90TGFC; but that help really does it?

Mind you I now know that Df = Down Flow and GFC = Glycol Free Cooling. The 20T has something to do with it's duty rating so I've learnt a little more today. :)

Any chance of a copy of what you have please Brian?
Anything is better than nothing.
Thanks Grizzly

frank
05-05-2011, 07:55 PM
Any idea what year it is Grizzly?
I have a couple of Airedale manuals in the office circa 1995 but I'm not back into the office until Monday

Grizzly
05-05-2011, 08:11 PM
I will try and find out tomorrow Frank.
And I will post answer asap.
Any Help is appreciated.
Grizzly

install monkey
05-05-2011, 09:41 PM
ive got an alphacool manual
DFDownflow Configuration
V Upflow Configuration
9 - 95 Model Size (Expressed as Nominal Cooling in kW)
A Air Cooled Remote Condensing Unit
X Air Cooled Remote Condenser
CW Chilled Water
GfcGlycol Cooled with Free Cooling
D Dual Circuit
T Triple Circuit
AT Controls

Grizzly
05-05-2011, 10:11 PM
You may have a direct link there IM?
Hopefully Once I have more info the picture will become clearer?
Grizzly

Grizzly
06-05-2011, 09:44 PM
Many Thanks.
To my friends on the forum who have already sent me manuals.
Or those that offered to.
After further investigation it transpires that these approximately 10yr old units are actually Sirocco variants.

I have the manuals for these already so as they say "Panic Over"!
Once again thanks guys and I will try and return the favour whenever I can.
Grizzly.

Brian_UK
06-05-2011, 11:22 PM
I saw the Sirocco on a web search but due to my upbringing I just thought, that's a type of fan. ;)

Grizzly
07-05-2011, 09:40 AM
I saw the Sirocco on a web search but due to my upbringing I just thought, that's a type of fan. ;)

That's OK Sailor!:D

Grizzly