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Have not worked with 404A before and also I"d favor to recognize what the normal selection of operation pressures would be because that a cooler in ~ 34 levels with an ambient outdoor temp the 80 degrees?Thanks
What push would you mean for R134A, R22, or R12 in ~ those same conditions. Convert the push for those gasses to saturation temp, and also use the very same saturation temps ~ above R404A systems.
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So introduce to David40 original write-up to his 34 degree indoor and also 80 levels outdoor does no correlate 63/290 top top the PT Chart? It would be an ext like 75/173 psi? Im just making sure Im act this right so that i don"t gain confused.
So referring to David40 original article to his 34 degree indoor and also 80 levels outdoor does no correlate 63/290 on the PT Chart? It would certainly be more like 75/173 psi? Im just making certain Im doing this best so that i don"t gain confused.
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In order to have actually the coolers temp in ~ 34. While the system is running, the refrigerant temp in the evap would normally be at 24, therefore 32 suction pressure while running. The liquid line press would likewise need come be greater then the saturation temp of the out ambient, so fluid line push would be at the very least 254. But 290 would certainly not be the end of line on some condensers, differing with location outside.
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