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COOLERS COOLERS evaporator temperature.

69 62 12000 warehouses are heavier.


73 65 1000
14000 26000 8000
operation and not less than 30°F. Loading docks and high distribution
QUICK CALCULATIONS for QUICK CALCULATIONS for and should be selected for continuous 75 67 900 and 12,500 cu. ft. in a storage freezer. 12000 23000 6000
78 69 800 800-321-1881 • www.heatcraftrpd.com
low outlet velocity type to avoid drafts 81 72 700
each 16,000 cu. ft. in a storage cooler 8000 21000 4000
conditioned area. Evaporator should be 85 75 600 known then calculate one motor HP for 2175 West Park Place Boulevard • Stone Mountain, GA 30087 USA
yield the hourly heat load reported in this table. 73650 68954 12800 1600 8 40 40 yield the hourly heat load reported in this table. 62060 47289 12800 1600 8 40 40 6000 14000 2000
of styrene with box located in air 87 78 500 If motor or loading conditions are not Heatcraft Refrigeration Products, LLC
The BTU load for 24 hours is divided by 16 to 67580 63278 11520 1440 8 36 40 The BTU load for 24 hours is divided by 18 to 56880 43516 11520 1440 8 36 40
16 hour condensing unit run time. 18 hour condensing unit run time. and ceilings insulated with 3 inches 90 81 400 POUNDS BTUH POUNDS
61460 57408 10240 1280 8 32 40 51670 39570 10240 1280 8 32 40 95 85 300 for the additional BTU/day.
Run time - 16 hrs, electric defrost 55280 51628 8960 1120 8 28 40 Run time - 18 hrs, electric defrost 46410 35721 8960 1120 8 28 40 with glass panel in one wall and walls lift truck, operation, capacity,
99 88 200 Multiply the equiv. HP by 75,000
49040 45633 7680 960 8 24 40 41100 31681 7680 960 8 24 40 personnel, processing equipment, etc., weight of of lift truck load
described above. described above. 105 93 100 by 24 (typically 4 - 5 equivalent HP).
43200 40190 6400 800 8 40 20 35730 27714 6400 800 8 40 20 allowances for average number of total per hour operated
transmission, infiltration, and miscellaneous loads transmission, infiltration, and miscellaneous loads Feet 55ºF. 50ºF. by daily hours of operation and dividing
39550 36595 5760 720 8 36 20 32670 25219 5760 720 8 36 20 continuous operation and include Approx. Heat gain Battery
10% safety factor is added to the product, 10% safety factor is added to the product, Square per Square Feet of Floor Volts = Amps divided by Watts [E = P / (1.732 x I)]
Safety Factor - 10%
36370 33608 5120 640 8 32 20
Safety Factor - 10%
30020 23277 5120 640 8 32 20
Meat & Prep. Room loads based on equivalent HP by multiplying engine HP (typically 4 -5 equivalent HP)
32650 30084 4480 560 8 28 20 28150 22108 4480 560 8 28 20 Floor BTUH internal combustion engines, derive the Amps = Watts divided by Volts [I = P / (1.732 x E)]
for battery operated lift trucks
29370 27005 3840 480 8 24 20 24190 18854 3840 480 8 24 20 MEAT CUTTING & PREP. ROOM
b) People load is 1 person b) People load is 1 person For the heat gain from lift trucks with Heat Gain Watts = 1.732 times Amps times Volts [P = 1.732 x I x E]
a) Pounds of product is 3 times cu. ft. 26030 23713 3200 400 8 20 20 a) Pounds of product is 3 times cu. ft. 20990 16216 3200 400 8 20 20
Same as Typical Load except: 27410 25018 3456 432 8 24 18 Same as Typical Load except: 22120 17071 3456 432 8 24 18 Three Phase Loads: (where the loads on each phase are equal)
Heavy Load Conditions 23830 21615 2880 360 8 20 18 Heavy Load Conditions 19580 15164 2880 360 8 20 18 1730 -20ºF.
22260 20132 2592 324 8 18 18 18290 14189 2592 324 8 18 18
of room volume 24930 22656 3072 384 8 24 16 of room volume 20480 15846 3072 384 8 24 16 hourly heat load in the tables. 1730 -10ºF. BTUH and then multiplied by 24 to get the daily load. Volts = Amps divided by Watts [E = P / I]
c) Motors - charged at 1 HP per 12,500 cu. ft. 22100 19987 2560 320 8 20 16 c) Motors - charged at 1 HP per 12,500 cu. ft. 18160 14093 2560 320 8 20 16 the door load listed and add to Amps = Watts divided by Volts [I = P / E]
25,000 cu. ft. of room volume 19200 17240 2048 256 8 16 16 25,000 cu. ft. of room volume 15340 11842 2048 256 8 16 16
1730 0ºF. Each watt is multiplied by 3.42 BTU per watt to get
b) People Load - charged at 1 person per 22910 20756 2688 336 8 24 14 b) People Load - charged at 1 person per 18800 14597 2688 336 8 24 14 Multiply number of doors by 960 30ºF. Watts = Amps times Volts [P = I x E]
of floor area 20340 18329 2240 280 8 20 14 of floor area 16270 12560 2240 280 8 20 14 storage rooms can be double the storage figure. Single Phase Loads:
a) Lighting - One watt per square foot 17700 15828 1792 224 8 16 14 a) Lighting - One watt per square foot 14130 10907 1792 224 8 16 14 1060 35ºF.
Miscellaneous 15850 14046 1568 196 8 14 14 Miscellaneous 13030 10054 1568 196 8 14 14
adjusted for run time load. Typically 1 to 1-1/2 watts per square foot. Cutting or
19710 17732 2112 264 8 22 12 15740 12164 2112 264 8 22 12 Glass door loads have been per Door Temperature (Heaters, Resistive Loads)
CHANGES FOR STORAGE ROOMS table 18550 16633 1920 240 8 20 12 CHANGES FOR STORAGE ROOMS table 14800 11438 1920 240 8 20 12 BTUH Room Electrical Formulas
of air changes listed in AVERAGE AIR 17370 15518 1728 216 8 18 12 of air changes listed in AVERAGE AIR 13850 10700 1728 216 8 18 12 LIGHTS
b) The door openings cause TWICE the number 15680 13887 1536 192 8 16 12 b) The door openings cause TWICE the number 12890 9948 1536 192 8 16 12 REACH-IN GLASS DOOR LOADS
50% relative humidity 14470 12728 1344 168 8 14 12 50% relative humidity 11910 9177 1344 168 8 14 12
a) 95°F. air enters room through the door at 13220 11391 1152 144 8 12 12 a) 95°F. air enters room through the door at 10460 7805 1152 144 8 12 12
Infiltration - 2 times Average 20720 18709 2240 280 8 28 10 Infiltration - 2 times Average 16520 12804 2240 280 8 28 10 3.0 3.9 15000
feet of space. refrigerated room. run time run time
18740 16823 1920 240 8 24 10 14920 11560 1920 240 8 24 10 3.8 4.9 10000
with R = 25 and k = 0.16 16710 14890 1600 200 8 20 10 with R = 25 and k = 0.16 13290 10282 1600 200 8 20 10 Insulation thickness is inches. 4.3 5.5 8000 24 hours for each 25,000 cubic but the motor is outside of the 16 hours per day compressor 18 hours per day compressor
4” urethane on the walls, ceiling, and floor 4” urethane on the walls, ceiling, and floor k = (insulation thickness) / R allow one person per urethane foam insulated fixture, urethane foam insulated fixture,
15170 13406 1440 180 8 18 10 12460 9626 1440 180 8 18 10 5.0 6.5 6000 inside the refrigerated room,
Insulation - 4” Urethane Insulation - 4” Urethane
14120 12398 1280 160 8 16 10 11610 8956 1280 160 8 16 10 U = k x (insulation thickness) 5.6 7.2 5000 If occupancy is unknown Based on a minimum 1 inch Based on a minimum 1-1/2 inch
13040 11221 1120 140 8 14 10 10310 7691 1120 140 8 14 10
work done by the motor is
c) 55°F. on the floor c) 55°F. on the floor U = 1 divided by R 6.3 8.2 4000
11930 10164 960 120 8 12 10 9430 6984 960 120 8 12 10 Use “motor outside” when the
b) 115°F. on the ceiling (solar effect)
10790 9072 800 100 8 10 10
b) 115°F. on the ceiling (solar effect)
8520 6252 800 100 8 10 10 7.4 9.5 3000 33600 -10ºF. 5700 69-100 5500 76-100
a) 95°F. on all four walls a) 95°F. on all four walls on the inside of the insulation refrigerated room.
19960 18001 2048 256 8 32 8 15830 12330 2048 256 8 32 8 9.3 12.0 2000
External Temperatures
19120 17203 1920 240 8 30 8
External Temperatures
15170 11804 1920 240 8 30 8 the outside less the temperature 11.0 14.0 1500
31200 0ºF. by the motor are inside the 3500 39-68 4200 56-75
volume (cu. ft.) 18270 16398 1792 224 8 28 8 volume (cu. ft.) 14490 11273 1792 224 8 28 8 “(°F. out - °F. in)” is the temperature on 13.5 17.5 1000 28800 10ºF. the motor and the work done
e) Pounds of 40°F. product EQUALS room 17420 15585 1664 208 8 26 8 e) Pounds of 40°F. product EQUALS room 13820 10736 1664 208 8 26 8 “A” is area in square feet 15.3 20.0 800 Use “motor inside” when BOTH 2600 29-38 2900 36-55
d) Reduce product to 35°F. in 24 hours 16060 14267 1536 192 8 24 8 d) Reduce product to 30°F. in 24 hours 13130 10192 1536 192 8 24 8 “x” is the symbol for multiply 25200 20ºF.
15190 13434 1408 176 8 22 8 12440 9639 1408 176 8 22 8
18.0 23.0 600
c) Freezing point of product is 27°F. c) Freezing point of product is 27°F.
14310 12588 1280 160 8 20 8 11740 9078 1280 160 8 20 8 BTU / (hour x sq. ft. x °F.) 20.0 26.0 500
b) Product loaded in a 24 hour period
13410 11581 1152 144 8 18 8
b) Product loaded in a 24 hour period
10580 7927 1152 144 8 18 8 “U” is coefficient of heat transfer in 22.5 29.5 400
22800 30ºF. 2545 2950 3 to 20 2100 19-28 1900 19-35
per pound per pound
a) Specific heat of product is 0.90 BTU 12410 10626 1024 128 8 16 8 a) Specific heat of product is 0.90 BTU 9860 7343 1024 128 8 16 8 per hour (BTUH) 26.2 34.5 300 20160 40ºF. 2545 3700 1/2 to 3 1100-1300 11-18 1350 11-18
Product - In at 40°F. 11550 9808 896 112 8 14 8 Product - In at +40°F. 9120 6744 896 112 8 14 8 “Q Total” is total heat transfer in BTU 29.0 38.0 250
10590 8887 768 96 8 12 8 8360 6126 768 96 8 12 8 17280 50ºF. 2545 4250 1/8 to 1/2 950-1150 4-10 1000 4-10
typical loads. Here are the typical conditions: 9600 7934 640 80 8 10 8 typical loads. Here are the typical conditions: 7580 5485 640 80 8 10 8
Legend: 33.5 44.0 200
The Cold Solutions Program automatically figures 8570 6939 512 64 8 8 8 The Cold Solutions Program automatically figures 6760 4812 512 64 8 8 8 Below 32ºF. Above 32ºF. Cu. Ft. BTU / 24 Hours Temperature Space Space HP
Typical Load Conditions Typical Load Conditions Q Total = U x A x (°F. out - °F. in) BTUH Cubic Feet BTUH Cubic Feet
8350 6729 480 60 8 10 6 6590 4668 480 60 8 10 6 Temp. Temp. Volume per person Room Refrigeration Refrigeration Motor Approximate Room Volume Approximate Room Volume
7470 5884 384 48 8 8 6 5910 4095 384 48 8 8 6 Room Room Room Heat Equivalent Outside Inside
(add 15% to loads for 10’ height) 6540 4986 288 36 8 6 6 (add 15% to loads for 10’ height) 5190 3483 288 36 8 6 6 Heat Conduction Door Openings & Infiltration Motors Openings & infiltration
LOAD LOAD W L H SQ. FT. CU. FT. LOAD LOAD W L H SQ. FT. CU. FT. of Occupancy 35ºF. to 40ºF. Reach-Ins -10ºF. to 0ºF. Reach-Ins
for in BTUH per HP of Electric
3 5ºF. R OOM HEAVY
BTUH
VOLUME TYPICAL
ROOM BTUH
(FEET)
DIMENSIONS
AREA
ROOM
3 0 º F. R O O M HEAVY
BTUH
VOLUME TYPICAL
ROOM BTUH
(FEET)
DIMENSIONS
AREA
ROOM
EQUATION
for Storage Rooms due to
AVERAGE AIR CHANGES HEAT EQUIVALENT HEAT EQUIVALENT

H-QC-0209 (2/09) APPLICATIONS NOTE DIMENSIONS


(FEET)
W L H SQ. FT.
ROOM
AREA
CU. FT.
ROOM BTUH
VOLUME TYPICAL
LOAD LOAD
BTUH
HEAVY 0ºF. R OOM DIMENSIONS
(FEET)
W L H SQ. FT.
ROOM
AREA
CU. FT.
ROOM BTUH
VOLUME TYPICAL
LOAD LOAD
BTUH
HEAVY -10ºF. R OOM DIMENSIONS
(FEET)
W L H SQ. FT.
ROOM
AREA
CU. FT.
ROOM BTUH
VOLUME TYPICAL
LOAD LOAD
BTUH
HEAVY -20ºF. R OOM
Quick Calculations Tables give typical and heavy load estimates 6 6 8 36 288 4522 6570 (add 15% to loads for 10’ height) 6 6 8 36 288 4859 7070 (add 15% to loads for 10’ height) 6 6 8 36 288 5187 7570 (add 15% to loads for 10’ height)
based on the conditions in each room temperature table. 6 8 8 48 384 5296 7390 6 8 8 48 384 5692 7960 6 8 8 48 384 6076 8510
6 10 8 60 480 6020 8170 Typical Load Conditions 6 10 8 60 480 8573 10890 Typical Load Conditions 6 10 8 60 480 6908 9390 Typical Load Conditions
Conditions include construction, loading, and room surroundings. 8 8 8 64 512 6193 8360 The Cold Solutions Program automatically figures 8 8 8 64 512 6654 8990 The Cold Solutions Program automatically figures 8 8 8 64 512 7104 9610 The Cold Solutions Program automatically figures
8 10 8 80 640 7032 9270 typical loads. Here are the typical conditions: 8 10 8 80 640 7555 9960 typical loads. Here are the typical conditions: 8 10 8 80 640 8066 10640 typical loads. Here are the typical conditions:
If your conditions are very different from the typical or heavy 8 12 8 96 768 7830 10140 8 12 8 96 768 8413 10890 8 12 8 96 768 8982 11620
8 14 8 112 896 8597 10980 Product - In at +10°F. 8 14 8 112 896 9239 11790 Product - In at 0°F. 8 14 8 112 896 9865 12580 Product - In at -10°F.
conditions, then figure a load estimate specifically for your job. 8 16 8 128 1024 9341 11790 a) Specific heat of product is 0.45 BTU 8 16 8 128 1024 10039 12660 a) Specific heat of product is 0.45 BTU 8 16 8 128 1024 10720 13500 a) Specific heat of product is 0.45 BTU
Here are three suggestions to help you get an accurate load 8 18 8 144 1152 10065 12580 per pound 8 18 8 144 1152 10818 13510 per pound 8 18 8 144 1152 11553 14410 per pound
estimate for your application: 8 20 8 160 1280 11402 13800 b) Product loaded in a 24 hour period 8 20 8 160 1280 12225 14780 b) Product loaded in a 24 hour period 8 20 8 160 1280 13031 15730 b) Product loaded in a 24 hour period
8 22 8 176 1408 12097 14570 c) Freezing point of product is 27°F. 8 22 8 176 1408 12973 15600 c) Freezing point of product is 27°F. 8 22 8 176 1408 13830 16600 c) Freezing point of product is 27°F.
8 24 8 192 1536 12779 15320 d) Reduce product to 0°F. in 24 hours 8 24 8 192 1536 13708 16400 d) Reduce product to -10°F. in 24 hours 8 24 8 192 1536 14617 17460 d) Reduce product to -20°F. in 24 hours
a. You can use the paper and pencil calculation in Heatcraft 8 26 8 208 1664 13451 16060 e) Pounds of +10°F. product EQUALS room 8 26 8 208 1664 14432 17200 e) Pounds of 0°F. product EQUALS room 8 26 8 208 1664 15392 18310 e) Pounds of -10°F. product EQUALS room
volume (cu. ft.) volume (cu. ft.) volume (cu. ft.)
Refrigeration Products Engineering Manual (H-ENGM0408) 8 28 8 224 1792 14115 16800 8 28 8 224 1792 15146 17980 8 28 8 224 1792 16156 19140
8 30 8 240 1920 14770 17520 8 30 8 240 1920 15851 18760 8 30 8 240 1920 16912 19970
b. You can use the box load software, in the Calculation Toolbox of the 8 32 8 256 2048 15417 18240 External Temperatures 8 32 8 256 2048 16549 19520 External Temperatures 8 32 8 256 2048 17659 20780 External Temperatures
Cold Solutions Program provided by a Sales Representative 10 10 8 100 800 7980 10310 a) 95°F. on all four walls 10 10 8 100 800 8573 11070 a) 95°F. on all four walls 10 10 8 100 800 9152 11810 a) 95°F. on all four walls
b) 115°F. on the ceiling (solar effect) b) 115°F. on the ceiling (solar effect) b) 115°F. on the ceiling (solar effect)
c. Or you can call your Sales Representative for assistance 10 12 8 120 960 8883 11300
c) 55°F. on the floor
10 12 8 120 960 9543 12130
c) 55°F. on the floor
10 12 8 120 960 10187 12940
c) 55°F. on the floor
10 14 8 140 1120 9752 12250 10 14 8 140 1120 10477 13150 10 14 8 140 1120 11185 14020
10 16 8 160 1280 11224 13630 10 16 8 160 1280 12028 14580 10 16 8 160 1280 12815 15520

QUICK CALCULATIONS
Insulation - 4” Urethane Insulation - 4” Urethane Insulation - 4” Urethane
Before you do a, b, or c, get this information about your job: 10 18 8 180 1440 12045 14530
4” urethane on the walls, ceiling, and floor
10 18 8 180 1440 12911 15550
4” urethane on the walls, ceiling, and floor
10 18 8 180 1440 13758 16550
4” urethane on the walls, ceiling, and floor
1. Room information: 10 20 8 200 1600 12849 15430 with R = 25 and k = 0.16 10 20 8 200 1600 13775 16500 with R = 25 and k = 0.16 10 20 8 200 1600 14682 17560 with R = 25 and k = 0.16
10 24 8 240 1920 14413 17170 10 24 8 240 1920 15457 18360 10 24 8 240 1920 16480 19530
• Length, width, and height of the box in feet
for • Temperature of the refrigerated room (°F.)
10 28 8 280 2240 15931 18860 Infiltration - 2 times Average 10 28 8 280 2240 17090 20170 Infiltration - 2 times Average 10 28 8 280 2240 18227 21460 Infiltration - 2 times Average

WALK-IN COOLERS
12 12 8 144 1152 9887 12410 a) 95°F. air enters room through the door at 12 12 8 144 1152 10621 13310 a) 95°F. air enters room through the door at 12 12 8 144 1152 11338 14190 a) 95°F. air enters room through the door at
• Relative humidity in the refrigerated room (if specified) 12 14 8 168 1344 11483 13920 50% relative humidity 12 14 8 168 1344 12305 14890 50% relative humidity 12 14 8 168 1344 13108 15850 50% relative humidity
12 16 8 192 1536 12423 14970 b) The door openings cause TWICE the number 12 16 8 192 1536 13314 16010 b) The door openings cause TWICE the number 12 16 8 192 1536 14185 17030 b) The door openings cause TWICE the number
• Summertime design ambient temperature (°F.). This is usually the
and temperature expected at the location of an air cooled condensing
12
12
18
20
8
8
216
240
1728
1920
13338
14235
15990
16990
of air changes listed in AVERAGE AIR
CHANGES FOR STORAGE ROOMS table
12
12
18
20
8
8
216
240
1728
1920
14297
15260
17100
18160
of air changes listed in AVERAGE AIR
CHANGES FOR STORAGE ROOMS table
12
12
18
20
8
8
216
240
1728
1920
15236
16246
18180
19300
of air changes listed in AVERAGE AIR
CHANGES FOR STORAGE ROOMS table

FREEZERS unit which cools the room


2. Insulation information:
12
14
14
22
14
16
8
8
8
264
196
224
2112
1568
1792
15115
12547
13580
17970
15110
16260
Miscellaneous
a) Lighting - One watt per square foot
12
14
14
22
14
16
8
8
8
264
196
224
2112
1568
1792
16206
13446
14554
19220
16160
17390
Miscellaneous
a) Lighting - One watt per square foot
12
14
14
22
14
16
8
8
8
264
196
224
2112
1568
1792
17274
14326
15509
20430
17190
18490
Miscellaneous
a) Lighting - One watt per square foot
• Type of insulation, insulation thickness (inches), and external 14 20 8 280 2240 14587 17520 of floor area 14 20 8 280 2240 16696 19780 of floor area 14 20 8 280 2240 17795 21030 of floor area
temperatures on walls, ceiling, floor 14 24 8 336 2688 15574 18750 b) People Load - charged at 1 person per 14 24 8 336 2688 19202 22530 b) People Load - charged at 1 person per 14 24 8 336 2688 20441 23920 b) People Load - charged at 1 person per
16 16 8 256 2048 14704 17530 25,000 cu. ft. of room volume 16 16 8 256 2048 15761 18740 25,000 cu. ft. of room volume 16 16 8 256 2048 16795 19920 25,000 cu. ft. of room volume
3. Infiltration load information: 16 20 8 320 2560 17318 20420 c) Motors - charged at 1 HP per 12,500 cu. ft. 16 20 8 320 2560 18533 21790 c) Motors - charged at 1 HP per 12,500 cu. ft. 16 20 8 320 2560 29124 32530 c) Motors - charged at 1 HP per 12,500 cu. ft.
• The temperature (°F.) of the entering air and the relative humidity 16 24 8 384 3072 19416 22800 of room volume 16 24 8 384 3072 20786 24320 of room volume 16 24 8 384 3072 22129 25820 of room volume
BTUH LOADS for: of the entering air. Also, an estimate of the door usage 18
18
18
20
8
8
324
360
2592
2880
17429
18592
20550
21870 Heavy Load Conditions
18
18
18
20
8
8
324
360
2592
2880
18652
19900
21930
23330 Heavy Load Conditions
18
18
18
20
8
8
324
360
2592
2880
19850
21182
23270
24760 Heavy Load Conditions
- average, heavy, etc.
6’ X 6’ to 40’ X 40’ Rooms • Does the box have glass doors? Dock doors? How many?
18
20
24
20
8
8
432
400
3456
3200
20863
19842
24460
23300
Same as Typical Load except:
a) Pounds of product is 3 times cu. ft.
18
20
24
20
8
8
432
400
3456
3200
22336
21240
26090
24850
Same as Typical Load except:
a) Pounds of product is 3 times cu. ft.
18
20
24
20
8
8
432
400
3456
3200
23781
22611
27680
26370
Same as Typical Load except:
a) Pounds of product is 3 times cu. ft.
b) People load is 1 person b) People load is 1 person b) People load is 1 person
with 8’ Ceilings 4. Product load information:
• What is the product or product mix?
20
20
24
28
8
8
480
560
3840
4480
22911
25289
26530
29260
Safety Factor - 10%
20
20
24
28
8
8
480
560
3840
4480
24503
27054
28260
31160
Safety Factor - 10%
20
20
24
28
8
8
480
560
3840
4480
26066
28788
29950
33030
Safety Factor - 10%
20 32 8 640 5120 28058 32380 20 32 8 640 5120 29993 34450 20 32 8 640 5120 31894 36490
at -20ºF. to +35ºF. • How many pounds of product entering at what temperature? 10% safety factor is added to the product, 10% safety factor is added to the product, 10% safety factor is added to the product,
20 36 8 720 5760 30347 35020 20 36 8 720 5760 32449 37260 20 36 8 720 5760 34516 39460
transmission, infiltration, and miscellaneous loads transmission, infiltration, and miscellaneous loads transmission, infiltration, and miscellaneous loads
• How long (hours) does it take to load the product into the room? 20 40 8 800 6400 33231 38070 described above. 20 40 8 800 6400 35515 40470 described above. 20 40 8 800 6400 37762 42840 described above.
40 24 8 960 7680 37745 43290 40 24 8 960 7680 40316 45980 40 24 8 960 7680 42487 48270
• How quickly (hours) should the room pull the product down 40 28 8 1120 8960 42361 48420 40 28 8 1120 8960 45232 51390 40 28 8 1120 8960 48059 54320
Run time - 18 hrs, electric defrost Run time - 18 hrs, electric defrost Run time - 18 hrs, electric defrost
to what temperature? 40 32 8 1280 10240 46722 53490 40 32 8 1280 10240 49870 56730 40 32 8 1280 10240 52973 59940
Based on 95ºF. Ambient
18 hour condensing unit run time. 18 hour condensing unit run time. 18 hour condensing unit run time.
• How many pounds of fruit and vegetables are in the room? 40 36 8 1440 11520 51218 58500 The BTU load for 24 hours is divided by 18 to 40 36 8 1440 11520 54656 62020 The BTU load for 24 hours is divided by 18 to 40 36 8 1440 11520 58047 65490 The BTU load for 24 hours is divided by 18 to
40 40 8 1600 12800 55479 63460 40 40 8 1600 12800 59186 67250 40 40 8 1600 12800 62848 71000
(respiration load) yield the hourly heat load reported in this table. yield the hourly heat load reported in this table. yield the hourly heat load reported in this table.
5. Miscellaneous loads information:
• How many people work in the room?
• What is the lighting (watts)?
QUICK CALCULATIONS for QUICK CALCULATIONS for QUICK CALCULATIONS for
• How many motors (HP) do work in the room? FREEZERS FREEZERS FREEZERS
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