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    sizing evaporator to condensing unit



    Dear
    Suppose we have a condensing unit (7 tons -20F) independently of others parameters (load, humidity, distance, superheat ) what is the evaporator for this condensing unit at -20F?
    Thanks in advance



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    Re: sizing evaporator to condensing unit

    You say independent: load, humidity, SH ... ARE some of the inside cold room parameters you need to calculate you evaporator. They are the determining parameters to calculate the evaporator.
    If your compressor can pump 20T at a pressure corresponding to -20F, how big then must your evaporator be you think? The compressor is getting these 20T from somewhere, so...
    It's better to keep your mouth shut and give the impression that you're stupid than to open it and remove all doubt.

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    Re: sizing evaporator to condensing unit

    I think the evaporator must match the condensing unit i.e 20T at -20F also

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