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Air Cooled Screw Water Chillers

ASY Series
ASY050B thru ASY500B
50 TR thru 487 TR
176 kW thru 1715 kW

R-134a

Company Business
Zamil Air Conditioners was founded in 1974 as one of the first air conditioning companies to be established in Saudi Arabia
and today is a leading international manufacturer of air conditioning systems and is Number One in the Middle East.

Zamil Air conditioners manufactures both consumer and central air conditioners and has sales operations in over 55
countries in the Middle East, Europe, Africa and Asia.

The company’s operations are structured into four Strategic Business Units (SBUs) supporting five in-house product and
service brands as well as a number of international brands under the OEM sales.

The five in-house brands are Classic, Cooline, CoolCare, Clima Tech and Geoclima.

The four SBUs are:
1. Consumer Business Unit supporting Classic, Cooline, GE and OEM brands for consumers.
2. Unitary & Applied Business Unit supporting Zamil, Cooline, GE and OEM brands for commercial and industrial customers.
3. Zamil CoolCare Business Unit providing industrial, electro mechanical contracting services, HVAC maintenance,
retrofit & operation services and parts.
4. Geoclima srl is an independent business supporting other SBUs for their requirements of chillers & double skin AHU’s.

The first three SBUs - Consumer Products, Unitary & Applied Products and CoolCare direct their business operations
from the corporate headquarters in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.

Geoclima has its engineering & production operations located at Monfalcone, Italy and has a design center in Austria.

All the four SBUs, while operating independently, supplement each other’s activities in a way that makes synergy work at
its best and achieve the corporate goals of maximizing customer satisfaction.

Factories and Productions
Zamil Air Conditioners has two manufacturing plants in Dammam, Saudi Arabia and has one specialty production facility
in Italy operated by Geoclima.

The company can produce up to 550,000 Room Air Conditioners, 300,000 Mini-Split systems and 50,000 Central Air
Conditioning systems per year.

Quality & Product Certificates
The Quality systems and policies at Zamil Air Conditioners comply with the required ISO 9001:2008 certification.

Zamil Air Conditioners is the first company in Saudi Arabia to receive the SASO (Saudi Arabia’s Standard Organization)
Certificate for Room Air Conditioners. ZAC’s products are also certified with:
1. CE (Council of European Community)
2. UL (Underwriters Laboratory)
3. Eurovent (Certified Performance)
4. ETL (Test Facilities)
5. SASO (Saudi Arabian Standards Organization)
6. ISO 9001:2008 (International Organization for Standardization)
7. ASME (American Quality of Mechanical Engineers)

Other awards include the prestigious Engineering Excellence Award of General Electric and the inaugural Prince Mohammed
bin Fahd Al Saud Award for Factory Safety.

Our Products
In addition to the consumer products such as the Room Air Conditioners (RAC) and the Mini Splits, Zamil Air Condition-
ers manufacturers a host of residential, commercial and industrial air conditioners. This broad range extends from the
Concealed Units up to 5 TR, the Ducted Splits up to 30 TR, the Packaged Units up to 95 TR, the Single and Double Skin
Air Handling Units up to 138,316 CFM and the Water Chillers up to 500 TR cooling capacity.

INDEX

Contents Page

Model decoding ........................................................................................................................................ 2

Unit features, standard specifications & options .................................................................................... 3-7

Physical data ....................................................................................................................................... 8-10

Selection procedure .......................................................................................................................... 11-12

Performance data .............................................................................................................................. 13-18

Electrical data .................................................................................................................................... 19-21

Water side pressure drop ....................................................................................................................... 22

Recommended installation for sensor & water flow switch ..................................................................... 23

Unit dimensions ................................................................................................................................ 24-29

Typical schematic wiring diagram ...................................................................................................... 30-31

Microprocessor controller ....................................................................................................................... 32

Troubleshooting guide ....................................................................................................................... 33-34

Application guidelines ........................................................................................................................ 35-44

Rigging instructions ................................................................................................................................ 45

Installation clearance .............................................................................................................................. 46

Mounting location ................................................................................................................................... 47

Load distribution ................................................................................................................................ 48-49

CONTINUING RESEARCH RESULTS IN STEADY IMPROVEMENTS.
THEREFORE, THESE SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

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MODEL DECODING
1, 2 & 3 4, 5 & 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 & 14
BASIC UNIT SIZE REFRIGER- ELECTRICAL CONDENSER COIL CIRCUIT BREAKER COOLER HGBP OPTIONS
(SERIES) ANT SUPPLY OPTIONS OPTIONS OPTIONS &
( V-Ph-Hz ) ACCESSORIES

ASY 050 B : R-134a H : 208/230-3-60 A : ALUMINUM FIN A : STANDARD A : STANDARD WITH A : STANDARD UNIT SEE NOTE # 2
060 VICTAULIC CONN. WITHOUT HGBP BELOW
AIR COOLED
070 M: 380-3-60 B : PRE-COATED B : COMPRESSOR CIRCUIT
SCREW WATER
080 (4 WIRE) ALUMINUM FIN BREAKER B : FLANGE CONN. B : HGBP (OPTIONAL)
CHILLERS
090 (OPTIONAL)
100 C : COPPER FIN
F : 460-3-60
120 C : ASME STAMPED
D : ALUMINUM FIN
130 WITH VICTAULIC
WITH ResisTec
140 COATING CONN. (OPTIONAL)
150
160 E : COPPER FIN
170 WITH ResisTec D : ASME STAMPED
180 COATING WITH FLANGE
190 CONN.(OPTIONAL)
(SEE NOTE # 1
200
BELOW)
215
230
240
250
270
295
310

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330
350
375
400
420
450
475
500

NOTES:
1. FOR OTHER COATING, SPECIFY YOUR REQUIREMENTS IN WRITING.
2. COMPUTER SELECTED DIGITS (FROM 'AA' TO 'ZZ') DESCRIBING OTHER OPTIONS & ACCESSORIES OR COMBINATIONS THEREOF, SUCH AS: - CONDENSER COIL GUARD
- COOLER GUARD
- UNIT DISCONNECT SWITCH
- COMPRESSOR ENCLOSURE
- WATER FLOW SWITCH
- SPRING ISOLATOR
- MULTI-ResisTec PIPING
- MULTI-ResisTec SHEET METAL etc...

FEATURES
These ASY air cooled screw water chillers offer the ultimate combination of energy saving design, superior engineering
features and flexibility of application as required by today’s market.

* These chillers incorporate the newest advanced microprocessor controller. This controller monitors analog and digital
inputs to achieve precise control & protective functions of the air cooled water chiller units. This microprocessor
controller is complete with all the hardware and software necessary to control the chiller unit and ensures its effi-
ciency and reliability.

* Designed to conform to ARI standard 550/590 water chilling packages using the vapor compression cycle.

Designed to conform to ANSI/ASHRAE 15-1994 Safety code for Mechanical Refrigeration.
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Compact unit design and excellent serviceability.
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All packaged chillers incorporate compact water coolers with enhanced inner grooved copper tubes bundled into a
*
"U" shape and expanded into a steel tubular sheets which offer efficient water flow as well as heat transfer design
resulting in optimal unit performance.

High Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) semi-hermetic compact twin screw compressors are provided in these units.
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* Single point power connection to minimize job site installation cost and time.

* Completely wired control panel with the advanced microprocessor controller provides all the necessary operating and
safety controls.

Compressors are with part winding start.
*
* Low noise condenser fans, direct drive at 1000 RPM with rolled form venturi design to eliminate short circuiting of
airflow.

All fans are die cast aluminum propeller type with aerodynamic design, top discharge, provided with protective
*
grille mounted on top panel within the unit casing.

All condenser fan motors are totally enclosed air over type (TEAO) with class ''F'' winding insulation and ball bearings.
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Inherent thermal protection of the automatic reset type and specially designed for outdoor application is included.

STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS
CAPACITY CONTROL
These chillers are equipped with stepless capacity control system as standard for very accurate response to load
requirements and best part load efficiency. Each compressor is equipped with a slider controller that enables to modulate
capacity between 25% to 100%, thus giving a broad range to control total chiller capacity between 10% to 100% on an
average. This system has the following advantages:

1. Infinite capacity modulation that allows the compressor capacity to exactly match the cooling load.

2. Reduce compressor cycling which leads to better operational reliability.

3. Reduce operating cost.

4. For units with Hot gas bypass (optional): The unit modulates to approximately 50% of its compressor lowest unloaded
capacity.

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The coolers are insulated with heavy closed cellular foam insulation (3/4" thick).5/228 23. which is a single component of aluminum impregnated coating applied on the fins of heat exchanging coils. discharge gas temperature protection controls. check valve in discharge gas outlet.5/610 ASME (option) 10/147 11.27 mm) thick copper tubes. formed to provide structural strength. The staggered tube design improves the thermal efficiency. Each coil is pressure tested in the factory at not less than 450 psi air pressure. COMPACT DESIGN SHELL AND TUBE WATER COOLERS The DX shell & tube cooler with removable ‘U’ shaped bundled tubes are made of internally grooved copper tubes expanded into a heavy steel tubular sheets.3/165 15.011" (0. Steel sheet panels are zinc coated and galvanized by hot dip process of lock-forming quality conforming to ASTM A 653 commercial weight G-90 followed by air dry paint or backed on electrostatic polyester dry powder coat. Internal power and control wiring is neatly routed. mechanically bonded to aluminum fins for maximum heat transfer efficiency. A high chemical. TEST PRESSURE. suction gas filter. & 0. suction/ discharge shut-off valves. robust axial bearings in tandem configuration. internal pressure relief valve and manual lock-out electronic protection system for thermal motor winding temperature. The fins have full self spacing collars which completely cover each tube. directly flanged- on three stage oil separator with long-life fine filter 10 microns mesh size. The product has been designed for Middle East climate conditions. These fan motors are of totally enclosed air over type (TEAO) with inherent thermal protection of automatic reset type. DESIGN PRESSURE. adequately anchored and all wires are identified with cable markers as per NEC standards applicable to HVAC industry. As a standard on aluminum fins. The coating can be applied at the Zamil Air Conditioners factory as well as in the field for maintenance or rejuvenation purposes. drain connection and victaulic water pipe connection as standard. End plates support sheets are 14 gauge galvanized steel. TEST PRESSURE.8/335 29/426 41. oil fill/drain service valve. The electrical controls used in the control panel are UL approved which are reliable in operation at high ambient condi- tions for a long period. SHELL & TUBE WATER SIDE REFRIGERANT SIDE HEAT EXCHANGER DESIGN PRESSURE. CONDENSER COILS W-configuration condenser coils are corrugated fin and tube type. oil sight glass. the impeller and motors are so constructed to form an integral unit. CONTROL PANEL The control panel design is equivalent to NEMA 4 (IP55) with hinged door for easy access ensuring dust and weather- proof construction.SEMI-HERMETIC COMPACT TWIN SCREW COMPRESSORS All compressors are compact semi-hermetic twin screw of the high capacity and efficiency due to their perfect profile form ratio 5:6. abrasion and UV resistance has been proven in both laboratories and on field environment. They are simple and of robust construction with slider control valve for capacity unloading. (COOLER) (BAR/PSIG) (BAR/PSIG) (BAR/PSIG) (BAR/PSIG) STD 16/235 22. All chiller barrels are fitted with vent. ZAC provides Coil ResisTec Coating. constructed of seamless 3/8" dia. 4 . CONDENSER FANS Condenser fans.3/342 CABINET All units are of heavy gauge (G-90) galvanized steel. phase reversal. All fan motors shall be three phase with class ''F'' winding insulation and ball bearings for high ambient application. The chiller cooler & baffles are constructed of steel and brass respectively.

The microprocessor consists of the following hardware: 1. The Software works on the Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) algorithm for precise control logic. Easily accessible measurements for each circuit include the following: · Suction and discharge temperatures · Suction and discharge pressures · Water inlet/outlet temperatures · Compressor status · Fan status · Liquid line solenoid status · Unit/Compressor run time The control temperature is continuously displayed on the 3 Digit 7 segments LED Display. 4. the corresponding compressor.MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLER The microprocessor controller works on the state of art microprocessor technology. the related chiller and which location. 3. Auxiliary Boards: Required for controlling an additional two (2) or more compressors. The 3 LED lights indicate the Power ON. An easy to install serial port/modem option allows remote monitoring of the operating parameters. This controller monitors analog and digital inputs to achieve precise control & safety functions of the unit. User Interface Board: Provided with simple to use push button keyboard and menu driven software to access operat- ing conditions. the temperature of the water inlet & outlet. The simple to use push button keyboard allows accessing to the operating conditions. run time of the compressor & the alarm history. control set points & alarm history that are clearly displayed on a multi-line back illuminated LCD panel. Main Board: This controls up to two (2) compressor system. control set points & alarm history that are clearly displayed on the LCD panel. With corresponding windows software. the set point. the system allows data to be viewed in tabular or graphic format as well as interact with system set up. Menu adjustment and Fault. indicating the type of alarm. Remote Monitoring System [Optional]: The micro controller is complete with all hardware and software necessary to remotely monitor and control the chiller unit. 2. SYSTEM PROTECTION: The following system protection is provided to ensure system reliability: · compressor winding overheating · Low suction pressure · High discharge pressure · Freeze protection · Low oil level (optional) · Sensor error · Time delay – Anti recycle time for compressor · Serial communication error 5 . It is also compatible with GSM protocol through GSM optional gateway that sends up to 3 mobile phone SMS messages whenever alarm take place. This chiller controller is compatible with the Building Management System (BMS) BACNET/MODBUS protocols through corresponding optional gateway interfaces. DISPLAY INFORMATION: In the normal operating mode the 20 x 4 characters LCD panel display the system status.

An easy-to-read color indicator shows moisture contents and provides a mean for checking the system refrigerant charge. COMPRESSOR CIRCUIT BREAKERS: Protects against compressor branch circuit fault. ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE: Electronic expansion valve is used to regulate the refrigerant flow to the water cooler and maintain a constant superheat and load optimization. STANDARD CONTROL & SAFETY DEVICES MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLER: This controller monitors analog and digital inputs to achieve precise control & safety functions of the unit. HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH: This switch provides an additional safety protection in the case of excessive discharge pressure. LIQUID LINE SOLENOID VALVE: Closes when the compressor is off to prevent any liquid refrigerant from accumulating in the water cooler during the off cycle. CRANKCASE HEATERS: Each compressor has immersion type crankcase heater. FILTER DRIER (REPLACEABLE CORE TYPE): Refrigerant circuits are kept free of harmful moisture. INDICATOR LIGHTS: LED lights indicates power ON to the units. acids and oil contaminating particles by the filter drier. B) Discharge gas temperature in case of overheating. the breaker opens the power supply to the compressor and control circuit through auxiliary contacts. STARTERS: The starter is operated by the control circuit and provides power to the compressor motors. C) Phase reversal for direction of rotation. When tripped (manually or automatically). The compressor crankcase heater is always on when the compressors are de-energized. phase reversal and phase imbalance by de-energizing the control circuit. These devices are rated to handle safely both RLA and LRA of motors. It is an automatic reset device. UNDER & OVER VOLTAGE AND PHASE PROTECTION: Protects against low & high incoming voltage as well as single phasing. MENU adjustment and FAULT indications due to trip on safety devices. COMPRESSOR IN-BUILT PROTECTION DEVICE: Protects the compressor by monitoring: A) Motor winding temperature in case of overload. This protects the system against refrigerant migration. oil dilution and potential compressor failure. CONTROL CIRCUIT TRANSFORMER: On 460V-3Ph-60Hz power supply factory mounted and wired control circuit transformer is furnished eliminating the need for running a separate 220 volt control circuit power supply. SIGHT GLASS: A moisture indicating sight glass is installed in the liquid line. 6 . but it can be set up for manual reset. sludge. STANDARD ACCESSORIES UNIT ON-OFF SWITCH: ON-OFF switch is provided for manually switching the unit control circuit.

WATER FLOW SWITCH: Paddle type field adjustable flow switch for water cooler circuits. With built-in magnets. COMPRESSOR/COOLER GUARD: Protects the compressor from vandalism. MODBUS. COOLER HEATER WRAPPED: Prevents freezing up of water on low ambient temperature. OPTIONS (All options are at extra cost. it controls temperature by eliminating the need to cycle the compressor on and off. Please check ResisTec product information sheets. Please check with your nearest dealer/sales office) HOT GAS BYPASS SYSTEM: Hot gas bypass is provided on the lead circuit to permit operation of the system down to 50% of its unloaded capacity. it provides convenient access for chiller status diagnoses and trouble shooting. HAND HELD CONTROLLER: Enables the chiller technician to monitor and serve the chiller by plugging this portable wired controller into the chiller controller. COPPER FINS/TUBES CONDENSER COILS: For seashore salty corrosive environments. ensuring narrow temperature swing and lengthen the life span of the compressor. BMS: BACNET. ResisTec COATED COPPER FINS/TUBES CONDENSER COILS: For seashore or acid corrosive environments. the heat exchangers can not be coated using this type. UNIT MOUNT SPRING ISOLATORS: This housed spring assemblies have a neoprene friction pad on the bottom to prevent vibration transmission. the compressors and grids might require a different pre- treatment and layer build up. Interlock into unit safety circuits so that the unit will remain off until water flow is determined. Protects against high motor current & over/under voltage. NON-FUSED MAIN DISCONNECT SWITCHES: De-energize power supply during servicing/repair works as well as with door interlock. LIQUID COOLERS: ASME code stamped liquid cooler. The coating can be applied at the Zamil Air Conditioners factory as well as in the field for maintenance or rejuvenation purposes. MULTI ResisTec: A two component coating system that withstands the extreme climate conditions. HAND HELD CONTROLLER 7 . CONDENSER COIL GUARD: Protects the condenser coils from physical damage. GSM and stand alone remote display panel. PRESSURE GAUGES: Suction & discharge pressures gauges. Under low ambient condition. the piping. POWER LINE ANALYZER: Performs motor current limitation. The coating can be applied to all metal parts of HVAC equipment. FLANGED COOLER CONNECTION: Easy on-site piping connections. COMPRESSOR ENCLOSURE BOX: Reduces compressor operating noise and keeps the compressor clean.

N. mm 219.25 MOTOR OVERLOAD PROTECTION (INTERNAL) ELECTRONIC OIL LUBRICATION INJECTION TOTAL CRANKCASE HEATER WATTS 200 300 300 300 400 400 600 600 600 600 REFRIGERANT R-134a EXPANSION DEVICE ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE CONTROL VOLTAGE 220V-1Ph-60Hz AIRCOOLED CONDENSER CONDENSER Tube Dia.A./5m. Sq. GENERAL NUMBER OF REFRIGERANT CIRCUITS 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 REFRIGERANT CHARGE PER COMP.E. N.A. N.E./10m.6 78. 2. All compressors with slider control valve unloading.mm 75 100 100 100 125 125 125 125 125 150 ECONOMIZER PART NUMBER N.7 WATER IN/OUT PIPE DIA.2/69.1 273 273 273 323.9/69..A.A. T. T. N.5 87.5 78.5 87. CFM 45264 43920 47644 47644 63798 63798 93256 87032 87032 116570 NUMBER OF FAN/FAN DIA.9 SHIPPING /OPERATING WEIGHTS (Aluminum coils).5 113.4/74.8 323.4 TOTAL LENGTH.6/72.8 74.mm 4/762 4/762 4/800 4/800 6/800 6/800 8/800 8/800 8/800 10/800 FAN MOTOR RPM @ 230/380/460-3-60 1100/1100/1100 1100/1100/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 COOLER COOLER PART NUMBER 800-732-01 800-732-05 800-732-05 800-732-05 800-732-13 800-732-13 800-732-21 800-732-25 800-732-33 800-732-41 SHELL DIAMETER. PHYSICAL DATA UNIT SIZE ASY050B ASY060B ASY070B ASY080B ASY090B ASY100B ASY120B ASY130B ASY140B ASY150B COMPRESSOR PART NUMBER 208/230V-3Ph-60Hz 800-683-13 800-683-16 800-683-19 800-683-22 800-683-13 (2) 800-683-13 (2) 800-683-16 (2) 800-683-19 (2) 800-683-19 (2) 800-683-19 (2) 380V-3Ph-60Hz 800-683-14 800-683-17 800-683-20 800-683-23 800-683-14 (2) 800-683-14 (2) 800-683-17 (2) 800-683-20 (2) 800-683-20 (2) 800-683-20 (2) 460V-3Ph-60Hz 800-683-15 800-683-18 800-683-21 800-683-24 800-683-15 (2) 800-683-15 (2) 800-683-18 (2) 800-683-21 (2) 800-683-21 (2) 800-683-21 (2) NUMBER OF COMPRESSORS 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 OIL CHARGE PER COMPRESSOR.2/68. N.5/71/65.1/66.1 140 140 140 175 AIRFLOW. Liters 15 22 22 22 15 15 22 22 22 22 CAPACITY CONTROL (STEPLESS) % 100 .V. Sound pressure level : ±2dBA. 3. N.5 100. dBA (3m.8 406. kg 2019/2068 2635/2693 2843/2901 2858/2916 3575/3717 3589/3731 4667/4797 4988/5102 5014/5128 5435/5597 NOTES: 1. 800-516-90 (2) 800-516-90 (2) EXPANSION DEVICE N. N.3/71..8/66.9/69. 87.6/69.8 323.4/71/65.A. 5.A.Fins per inch 3/8–2–14 3/8–3–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–3–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–3–14 COIL Total face area.6 75.50 100 .V. 4. N.5 87.7/63. 800-516-90 (2) N.6 78. All coolers are single face refrigerant connection.1 100.. mm 2316 2168 2168 2168 2498 2498 2698 2698 2698 2741 WATER HOLDING VOLUME. N.8 323.A.9/66.A. kg 1895/1944 2443/2501 2563/2621 2580/2638 3256/3398 3267/3398 4358/4488 4541/4655 4568/4682 5049/5211 SHIPPING /OPERATING WEIGHTS (Copper coils). T.V.7/75. kg 33 39 45 50 33 33 39 45 47 48 SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL.5 161.3 58 58 58 142 142 129.1/63.A. Cooler vent and drain size are 1/2" MPT. N.4/74.8 323.7 74.8 75.E. ft.A.A. Liters 49. All compressors operate at 3500 RPM @ 60Hz.Rows . N.A.) 72.4/71.A. 8 .4 72.7 75.A.5 113.

1/73. 5.4 406.1/73.A.E. T.16 100 .A. 9 . ft.4/77. Sound pressure level : ±2dBA. 800-516-90 (2) N. kg 50 54 39 42/39 42 50/45 54/50 54 39 45 SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL.6 SHIPPING /OPERATING WEIGHTS (Aluminum coils). T.4 406.3 77.4 184.V.) 78. Liters 161.4 184.. mm 2741 2741 2717 2717 2717 3217 3717 3717 2698 2741 WATER HOLDING VOLUME.3 77.V. EXPANSION DEVICE N.6 81.1 78. Cooler vent and drain size are 1/2" MPT.4 406. kg 5438/5600 5759/5921 7113/7298 7373/7558 7503/7688 7720/7942 7968/8224 7998/8254 9561/9789 9976/10300 NOTES: 1.3/76. 800-516-90 (2) 800-516-90 (3) N.mm 10/800 10/800 12/800 12/800 12/800 12/800 12/800 12/800 16/800 16/800 FAN MOTOR RPM @ 230/380/460-3-60 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 COOLER COOLER PART NUMBER 800-732-41 800-732-41 800-732-11 800-732-11 800-732-11 800-732-12 800-732-45 800-732-45 800-732-25 (2) 800-732-41(2) SHELL DIAMETER. 175 175 210 210 210 240 240 240 304 304 AIRFLOW. mm 406.9/75./10m.4 222. N.8/71.2 256 256 227 323.4/70.Rows .5 80.V. N./5m. N. GENERAL NUMBER OF REFRIGERANT CIRCUITS 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 REFRIGERANT CHARGE PER COMP. N.A.A. 800-516-90 800-516-90 (3) N.E.9/72.7 184.E. T. All compressors with slider control valve unloading.25 100 .4 WATER IN/OUT PIPE DIA.mm 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 125 150 ECONOMIZER PART NUMBER N.A.E. N.4/77.Fins per inch 3/8–3–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–3–14 3/8–3–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–3–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–3–14 3/8–3–14 COIL Total face area.12 MOTOR OVERLOAD PROTECTION (INTERNAL) ELECTRONIC OIL LUBRICATION INJECTION TOTAL CRANKCASE HEATER WATTS 600 600 900 900 900 900 900 900 1200 1200 REFRIGERANT R-134a EXPANSION DEVICE ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE CONTROL VOLTAGE 220V-1Ph-60Hz AIRCOOLED CONDENSER 3/8–4–14 3/8–4–14 CONDENSER Tube Dia. T..3 80.4 406. All compressors operate at 3500 RPM @ 60Hz.4 406. All coolers are single face refrigerant connection.6/68.9/75.6 80.A..E. T.1 77.V.9/71.A. Liters 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 CAPACITY CONTROL (STEPLESS) % 100 .4 323.A.A.4 406.4 TOTAL LENGTH.6/68. 3. 2.9/72.A.4/76.8 406.4/76.4/70. kg 5054/5216 5200/5362 6653/6838 6773/6958 6833/7018 7034/7256 7202/7458 7233/7489 8892/9120 9308/9632 SHIPPING /OPERATING WEIGHTS (Copper coils). dBA (3m. 4.1/73. PHYSICAL DATA UNIT SIZE ASY160B ASY170B ASY180B ASY190B ASY200B ASY215B ASY230B ASY240B ASY250B ASY270B COMPRESSOR 800-683-22 (2) PART NUMBER 208/230V-3Ph-60Hz 800-683-22 (2) 800-683-22 (2) 800-683-16 (3) 800-683-16 (3) 800-683-16 (3) 800-683-19 (1) 800-683-22 (3) 800-683-22 (3) 800-683-16 (4) 800-683-19 (4) 800-683-23 (2) 380V-3Ph-60Hz 800-683-23 (2) 800-683-23 (2) 800-683-17 (3) 800-683-17 (3) 800-683-17 (3) 800-683-20 (1) 800-683-23 (3) 800-683-23 (3) 800-683-17 (4) 800-683-20 (4) 800-683-24 (2) 460V-3Ph-60Hz 800-683-24 (2) 800-683-24 (2) 800-683-18 (3) 800-683-18 (3) 800-683-18 (3) 800-683-21 (1) 800-683-24 (3) 800-683-24 (3) 800-683-18 (4) 800-683-21 (4) NUMBER OF COMPRESSORS 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 OIL CHARGE PER COMPRESSOR.4 406. Sq.V.6/68. CFM 116570 108790 139884 133524 130548 140892 138276 138276 192048 192048 NUMBER OF FAN/FAN DIA.6 81.9/71.7 161.

Liters 323.A. 3.E. dBA (3m.3/79.4 323. T.4 83. kg 9542/9866 9575/9899 11909/12233 12770/13094 13026/13396 13260/13630 13467/13837 14057/14561 14134/14638 14183/14687 SHIPPING /OPERATING WEIGHTS (Copper coils).4 83.) 81.5/78/72.5 SHIPPING /OPERATING WEIGHTS (Aluminum coils)./10m.A.4 406.3 521. Liters 22 22 22/15 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 CAPACITY CONTROL (STEPLESS) % 100 .2/79. N.5 83. Sound pressure level : ±2dBA.3 83.Fins per inch 3/8–4–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–3–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–3–14 3/8–3–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–4–14 3/8–4–14 COIL Total face area.3 AIRFLOW.A. T.A.8 79.2 TOTAL LENGTH.9/70.9/79.8 368.7/74.4 457.4 406.4 368. 4. PHYSICAL DATA UNIT SIZE ASY295B ASY310B ASY330B ASY350B ASY375B ASY400B ASY420B ASY450B ASY475B ASY500B COMPRESSOR 800-683-22 (2) 800-683-16 (4) 800-683-22 (3) 800-683-22 (4) PART NUMBER 208/230V-3Ph-60Hz 800-683-19 (2) 800-683-22 (4) 800-683-13 (2) 800-683-16 (6) 800-683-19 (6) 800-683-19 (6) 800-683-19 (3) 800-683-19 (2) 800-683-22 (6) 800-683-22 (6) 800-683-23 (2) 800-683-17 (4) 800-683-23 (3) 800-683-23 (4) 380V-3Ph-60Hz 800-683-20 (2) 800-683-23 (4) 800-683-14 (2) 800-683-17 (6) 800-683-20 (6) 800-683-20 (6) 800-683-20 (3) 800-683-20 (2) 800-683-23 (6) 800-683-23 (6) 800-683-24 (2) 800-683-18 (4) 800-683-24 (3) 800-683-24 (4) 460V-3Ph-60Hz 800-683-21 (2) 800-683-24 (4) 800-683-15 (2) 800-683-18 (6) 800-683-21 (6) 800-683-21 (6) 800-683-21 (3) 800-683-21 (2) 800-683-24 (6) 800-683-24 (6) NUMBER OF COMPRESSORS 4 4 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 OIL CHARGE PER COMPRESSOR.4 406. N. N.4 323. 304 304 430.8 504 504 504 WATER IN/OUT PIPE DIA.4 406.8 MOTOR OVERLOAD PROTECTION (INTERNAL) ELECTRONIC OIL LUBRICATION INJECTION TOTAL CRANKCASE HEATER WATTS 1200 1200 1600 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 REFRIGERANT R-134a EXPANSION DEVICE ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE CONTROL VOLTAGE 220V-1Ph-60Hz AIRCOOLED CONDENSER 3/8–4–14 3/8–4–14 CONDENSER Tube Dia. mm 2741 2741 2717 2717 2717 2717 2717 2762 2762 2762 WATER HOLDING VOLUME.. N.A. 2. N.12 100 . N..A. kg 50/45 50 39/33 39 45 47 50/45 50/45 54/50 54 SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL.A.mm 16/800 16/800 18/800 18/800 18/800 22/800 22/800 22/800 22/800 22/800 FAN MOTOR RPM @ 230/380/460-3-60 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 1080/1080/1100 COOLER COOLER PART NUMBER 800-732-41 (2) 800-732-41 (2) 800-732-73 (2) 800-732-54 (2) 800-732-11 (2) 800-732-11 (2) 800-732-11 (2) 800-732-65 (2) 800-732-65 (2) 800-732-65 (2) SHELL DIAMETER. N.2/79. CFM 180560 180560 224046 220770 220770 281490 275110 269038 269038 269038 NUMBER OF FAN/FAN DIA. All compressors operate at 3500 RPM @ 60Hz. N. N.Rows .7 430.5/74. N. 800-516-90 (3) 800-516-90 (6) EXPANSION DEVICE N.E.7 430.A.4/75.V.A.7/74.A. GENERAL NUMBER OF REFRIGERANT CIRCUITS 4 4 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 REFRIGERANT CHARGE PER COMP.A. N.3 521.1 83. ft.1/79. N.2 457. 10 .V.A. All compressors with slider control valve unloading.4 323.7 521.8/74. mm 406.4/75.3 521.4 406. N.8/70.6 82.A.A. kg 10512/10836 10545/10869 13122/13446 14142/14466 14401/14771 14408/14778 14873/15243 15716/16220 15793/16297 15842/16346 NOTES: 1.A. Sq.3 521./5m.3/79.1/72. All coolers are single face refrigerant connection.8/74.A.8 368.6/78.3/74.6 79. N. Cooler vent and drain size are 1/2" MPT.7 81.2 457..mm 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 200 200 200 ECONOMIZER PART NUMBER N. 5.4 406.

the main power wire size for ASY120B is to be sized for a minimum circuit ampacity (MCA) of 311 Amps and maximum over current protection (MOCP) of 437 Amps.00010. NOTE: The total flow rate should be divided by 2 for models ASY250B .95 6.2 = 44.000 Select an Air Cooled Packaged chiller for the following conditions: 0.99) and fouling factor (1. ∆T 100F Referring to pressure drop chart (page # 23).97 5. ELEVATION ABOVE CAPACITY CORRECTION 1. contact factory for special selection of a cooler with wider baffle spacing. Leaving chilled water temperature in 0F (LCWT) 0 1. Required cooling capacity in tons SEA LEVEL (FT.98 0 _ 4. STEP-1: UNIT SELECTION Entering the capacity performance data at given LCWT and ambient temperature. STEP-5: LCWT CORRECTION Refer to table-3: Add correction factor to design leaving chilled water temperature (LCWT) when chilled water tempera- ture range is above 100F and subtract correction from design leaving chilled water temperature (LCWT) when water temperature range is below 100F.96 10000 0. the high water flow rate will result to excessive pressure drop.2 Water cooler fouling factor is 0. -0.50F and read the correction factor of 0.0 = 115.997 0.978 0.965 0. EXAMPLE: If LCWT rise is 12. add all pressure drop in the closed chilled water loop piping to the pressure drop calculated in step 2. Electrical power supply EVAPORATOR FOULING CAPACITY POWER ARI CORRECTION INPUT STANDARDS FACTOR (HR-FT2-0F/BTU) FACTOR FACTOR SAMPLE SELECTION 0. 0.3 Tons. Design ambient temperature 8000 0.00025 0.984 and 440F leaving water.951 0.When the chilled water temperature rise is less than 50F.) 6000 0. Chilled water flow rate in GPM 4000 0.00010 1. the unit actual cooling capacity when corrected for 0 altitude (0.00100 0.992 0.0). Capacity = 116.000 1. 11 .00 2000 0.2 For the conditions required.20F.00075 0.990 ARI-550/590 Required system capacity is 115 tons at 540F entering chilled water 0. pressure drop at 276 GPM = 17 ft. which then exceeds the requirements.2 So the selection is correct.978 Altitude is 2000 feet above sea level.6 ASY120B chiller unit at sea level will produce 116.99 3.50F.1 7.) FACTOR 2. of water for selected model. TABLE .ASY500B to find out the total pressure drop.4 5 10 15 20 STEP-2: CHILLED WATER FLOW (GPM): CHILLED WATER TEMPERATURE RISE (0F) Required capacity (Tons) x 24 115 x 24 TABLE . enter correction curve at 12.00050 0. Power supply: 380V-3Ph-60Hz. -0. Minimum ambient temperature TABLE .Please refer to water pressure drop curves. SELECTION PROCEDURE (English units) DESIGN REQUIREMENTS The following design requirements must be known to select a package chiller. water out temp. STEP-3: ELECTRICAL Refer to electrical data at 380V-3Ph-60Hz.5 tons and 129. In such cases. Chilled water cooling range in F (water in temp. +0. Design ambient temperature is 950F.99x1.4 difference and 950F ambient temperature.3 Water GPM = = = 276 GPM Cooling Range.5x0. 2.3 kW compressor CORRECTION FACTOR (0F) power input at 440F leaving chilled water temperature with 100F water temperature +0.2. STEP-4: CHILLED WATER PUMP SELECTION For chilled water pump selection. Altitude 8. NOTE: 1. The corrected LCWT is 44+0. +0.

water out temp. the unit actual cooling capacity when corrected for 0 altitude (0. STEP-5: LCWT CORRECTION Refer to table-3: Add correction factor to design leaving chilled water temperature (LCWT) when chilled water tempera- ture range is above 60C and subtract correction from design leaving chilled water temperature (LCWT) when water temperature range is below 60C.11. NOTE: 1. the main power wire size for ASY120B is to be sized for a minimum circuit ampacity (MCA) of 311 Amps and maximum over current protection (MOCP) of 437 Amps.978 Altitude is 600 meter above sea level.990 ARI-550/590 Required system capacity is 390 kW at 120C entering chilled water 0.000 1. -0.Please refer to water pressure drop curves.0 = 403.984 and 60C leaving water. 2.99X1.9x0.5 LPS Cooling Range. +0.1 8. Minimum ambient temperature 7.ASY500B to find out the total pressure drop. Power supply: 380V-3Ph-60Hz. ELEVATION ABOVE CAPACITY CORRECTION 1. Chilled water flow rate in LPS 1200 0.2 Water cooler fouling factor is 0.992 0.239 390 x 0. Chilled water cooling range in C (water in temp.95 6. add all pressure drop in the closed chilled water loop piping to the pressure drop calculated in step 2.00 600 0.3 kPa for selected model.239 TABLE .000044 0. contact factory for special selection of a cooler with wider baffle spacing.000088 0.11 = 6.997 0.0).000018. The corrected LCWT is 60C+0. which then exceeds the requirements.99) and fouling factor (1. In such cases.11 So the selection is correct. Capacity = 407.000132 0. Required cooling capacity in kilowatt (kW) SEA LEVEL (Meter) FACTOR 2.40C and read the correction factor of 0. SELECTION PROCEDURE (Metric units) DESIGN REQUIREMENTS The following design requirements must be known to select a proper package chiller.) 1800 0. EXAMPLE: If LCWT rise is 7.40C. Leaving chilled water temperature in 0C (LCWT) 0 1.97 5.22 difference and 350C ambient temperature. enter correction curve at 7.1 kW compressor CORRECTION FACTOR (0C) power input at 60C leaving chilled water temperature with 60C water temperature +0. STEP-1: UNIT SELECTION Entering the capacity performance data at given LCWT and ambient temperature.8 kW.9 kW and 129.98 0 _ 4.96 3000 0. STEP-3: ELECTRICAL Refer to electrical data at 380V-3Ph-60Hz.22 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 STEP-2: CHILLED WATER FLOW (LPS): CHILLED WATER TEMPERATURE RISE (0C) Required capacity (kW) x 0.000 Select an Air Cooled Packaged chiller for the following conditions: 0.000018 1. NOTE: The total flow rate should be divided by 2 for models ASY250B . 0.11 For the conditions required. 12 . ∆T 60 C Referring to pressure drop chart (page # 23).000176 0. -0. STEP-4: CHILLED WATER PUMP SELECTION For chilled water pump selection. the high water flow rate will result to excessive pressure drop.951 0.5 LPS = 40. Design ambient temperature is 350C. +0.978 0.When the chilled water temperature rise is less than 30C.965 0.3 Water LPS = = = 15. pressure drop at 15.33 ASY120B chiller unit at sea level will produce 407.99 3. TABLE . Electrical power supply EVAPORATOR FOULING CAPACITY POWER ARI CORRECTION INPUT STANDARDS FACTOR (M2-0C/W) FACTOR FACTOR SAMPLE SELECTION 0. Design ambient temperature 2400 0.110C. Altitude TABLE .

7 818.7 273.5 774.4 9.5 392.5 ASY 240B 226.9 8. 6.9 540.4 530.7 89.4 215.9 5.3 519.5 8.7 340.8 160.2 1100.7 ASY 190B 176.5 106.2 79.0 464.9 768.6 1032.0 210.9 83.8 208.9 497.7 5.7 543.2 9.7 347.3 315.1 ASY 420B 403.3 ASY 130B 127.9 4.9 4.1 5.5 555.2 5.5 144.1 6.3 332.0 7.0 5.4 196.2 257.9 90.0 7.0 440.4 4.0 625.6 630.9 472.2 178.5 307.0 5.5 128.3 8.9 192.4 291.9 204.7 368.0 427.8 302.3 969.5 442.0 85.4 8.1 8.4 148.9 38.7 6.5 ASY 450B 439.3 376.1 4.1 227.7 109.0 104.2 385.9 460.8 5. Packaged chillers are rated with ARI standard 550/590-98.8 76.4 8.8 187. SIZE CAP.7 234.3 6.8 4.0 7.0 287.8 6.5 4.8 343.5 5.5 62.7 803.5 ASY 060B 53.0 385.9 5.0 6.3 349.7 687.1 284.4 595. Refer to electrical data for fan kW.2 136.6 8.2 219.7 419.1 5.2 343.6 86.8 540.3 5.4 203.7 5.9 481.0 495.0 9.8 70.3 4.0 799.1 6.5 129.1 196.8 5.2 118.6 395.5 8.9 537.2 377.2 4.0 313.1 9.4 125.0 366.8 6. COMP.6 221.3 5.3 496.3 125.9 8.6 1078.0 272.3 5.1 104.5 156.3 178.7 445.5 253.2 148.8 487.9 522.4 322.7 95.2 7.7 216.5 579.7 5.8 7.4 ASY 350B 340.3 5.3 405.3 652.6 283.6 9.9 587.8 112.2 7.4 70.5 617.5 126.8 ASY 100B 94.0 57.7 7.1 127.9 8.6 5.6 449.8 242.5 143.7 543.5 104.5 9.7 175.9 342.1 381.1 340.0 278.5 454.2 98.5 4.3 380.9 242.1 260.3 118.7 92.6 326.1 287.8 837.9 9.4 271.8 300.1 6.Gallons Per Minute 2.5 6.2 642.6 122.5 90.8 9.0 884.9 285.5 613.5 219.4 361.6 993.9 95.4 85.4 134.9 679.0 359.8 168.6 ASY 375B 359.8 6.0 7.4 55.7 1038.5 6.8 6.4 903.4 ASY 330B 314.9 285.7 455.4 393.8 403.0 4.1 133.3 240.Compressor power input 1.6 160.1 630.3 720.7 55.3 9.1 384.0 402.2 99.5 6.6 599.2 319.8 123.5 5.9 309.6 209.0 1132.1 148.2 7.9 127.2 51.2 264.0 189.4 164.4 5.7 405.4 129.3 5.3 53.8 4.0 360.4 136.2 226.8 123.7 357.4 142.0 139.8 193.2 797.2 376.0 932.9 47.5 404.1 964.8 37.0 535.1 385.8 7.1 742.9 10.3 310.8 205.3 558. 4.3 925.7 84.0 221.9 7.4 221.3 216.8 382.8 172.9 114.7 219.7 5.3 363.8 919.7 106.2 230.5 310.2 528.4 121.2 517.7 334.6 181.6 88.1 209.2 275.1 447.6 8.3 562.8 551.3 1121.9 ASY 250B 235.4 103.4 5.8 432.4 351.6 9.7 ASY 230B 217.7 5.3 7.3 1019.7 212.8 355.6 293.5 473.7 446.3 5.5 106.0 290.0 672.1 279.0 5.4 276.8 816.2 341.7 458.7 93.5 358.7 8.1 502.8 53.0 552.7 127.1 5.2 7.4 689.9 183.6 5.0 846.8 205.2 5.5 51. WATER CAP.5 102.5 144.9 ASY 160B 152.3 ASY 150B 145.4 298.1 575.5 171.4 4.4 398.9 384.3 269.0 62.2 168.2 279.1 7.4 6.2 9.8 96.7 ASY 250B 242.3 206.9 55.7 794.9 866.0 623.3 174.3 4.1 334.7 9.9 6.1 146.3 9.0 676.1 202.2 873.8 262.0 6.5 445.1 4.9 7.2 7.9 450.3 6.1 619.9 421.3 6.3 130.0 8.3 409.2 218.2 6.7 5.4 49.4 9.Energy Efficiency Ratio .2 7.9 362.6 ASY 475B 467.8 99.4 50.5 707.6 295.0 8.5 100.8 578.3 197.0 6.7 5.0 4.5 233.4 212.3 190.8 ASY 170B 163.3 6.2 323.7 5.1 8.7 782.7 ASY 130B 124.5 591.4 ASY 080B 71.6 254.8 183.3 5.7 442.9 235.3 197.9 7.1 6.0 133.7 152.5 5.1 287.1 707.0 335.4 738.1 62.2 294.7 9.3 5.3 372.9 908.9 77.1 240.3 361.0 113.3 104.1 ASY 310B 302.6 239.6 290.1 76.5 9.5 328.7 220.6 ASY 100B 97.9 8.2 705.3 5.0 97. GPM .4 316.8 410.5 7.5 307.4 4. Performance data are based on 100F water range in evaporator.7 45. PERFORMANCE DATA (English units) LEAVING 950F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 1050F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 1150F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 1250F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 1300F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE CHILLED UNIT WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER TEMP.4 370.9 6.9 7.5 671.8 9.7 163.6 13 ASY 060B 57.8 456.1 ASY 310B 294.4 685.2 145.9 6.5 5.9 192.6 490.1 119.1 ASY 180B 171.3 166.2 432.0 8.6 439.1 4.3 ASY 200B 189.0 4.0 677.8 5.5 9.9 260.1 42.3 58.8 325.1 375.7 537.6 5.1 118.6 7.9 138.0 187.9 7.8 191.0 5.8 278.9 273. Do not extrapolate.3 446.3 5.4 352.5 370.5 425.8 331.2 192.6 4.5 258.7 238.1 9.8 271.8 763.5 182.9 5.8 7.9 86.7 323. COMP.2 425.3 424.4 250.5 390. COMP.7 245.5 9.6 5.1 315.2 148.8 8.2 5.9 370.0 6.6 84.8 58.6 649.6 257.5 114.1 7.3 549.8 195.9 8.8 115.3 533.1 ASY 150B 142.6 129.5 429.8 ASY 240B 231.6 ASY 140B 133.7 63.0 6.2 9.3 462.5 160. FLOW CAP.7 225.2 250.1 5.0 381.8 327.5 178.5 177.5 138.2 128.7 318.8 333.3 249.7 361.7 186.3 972.3 8.7 865.5 633.2 168.4 315.7 7.1 363.9 480. Direct interpolation is permissible.1 205.6 255.5 751.3 617.0 91.8 411.8 343.9 268.1 6.4 6.4 ASY 200B 182.7 490.8 5.0 280.8 893.5 41.5 542.9 186.2 5.6 214.8 629.5 973.8 936. EER for entire unit.4 725.2 438.5 380.1 256.2 502.4 8.0 360.3 356.2 463.1 502.3 238. 5.7 7.0 142.2 147.0 154.3 323.3 954.8 5.4 744.8 9.8 840.5 143.1 170.6 75.2 307.0 ASY 475B 458.5 921.9 5.6 56.2 189.6 272.4 86.1 5.9 202.5 337.7 197.6 71.0 324.7 216.6 413.9 9.0 ASY 500B 471.4 5.3 167.0 5.8 555.6 331.5 343.2 207.2 871.4 501.7 398.6 441.7 661.7 187.3 634.0 738.1 397.2 589.8 72.0 185.6 ASY 070B 59.2 794.0 487.1 119. FLOW CAP.1 5.1 244.5 403.4 907.1 61.2 129.7 9.4 180.1 318.4 6.9 5.8 356.4 313.4 195.6 9.2 351.3 226. EER .5 169.9 653.5 5.1 779.1 5.6 8. COMP.0 600.8 5.5 78.9 650.6 9.8 6.4 7.4 608.6 139.4 6.9 565.3 378.0 8.7 131.4 473.3 4.9 ASY 090B 90.6 258.0 109.7 73.4 50.4 193.0 133.9 5.4 391.3 247.8 814.3 312.6 291.7 43.0 309.2 ASY 160B 148.8 224.1 439.8 712.2 113.1 5.7 5.4 9.8 432.6 715.5 293.9 374.8 111.5 5.3 763.3 7.6 113.0 6.8 109.6 247.4 213.1 462.4 5.6 7.6 843.1 9.8 424.7 5.1 271.0 208.8 617.7 279.2 139.7 85.2 9.4 5.3 6.2 571.9 221.5 168.2 322.3 81.6 8.1 5.3 287.8 653. kW power input is for compressor only.3 439.5 10.5 208.1 581.6 150.3 9.7 661.8 1059.9 8.0 5.7 357.3 383.3 48.9 170.5 428.4 256.4 527.9 262.2 522.1 163.9 442.5 5.7 87.9 198.7 6.8 5.4 255.1 612.9 589.4 439.9 594.5 9.6 528.5 136.9 459.3 243.4 6.0 9.4 42 0F ASY 215B 210.5 ASY 180B 165.3 77.1 8.3 67. FLOW CAP.4 86.4 177.5 179.8 5.0 418.9 5.3 ASY 080B 65.8 68.7 593.0 7.4 ASY 190B 183.6 341.1 492.5 670.3 271.8 397.4 6.9 153.1 6.0 9.00010 (hr-ft2-0F/Btu) fouling factor for evaporator.0 113.6 134.0 102.0 ASY 230B 222.2 9.9 366.7 334.8 284.0 116.0 93.8 684.8 824.8 9.6 267.4 34.6 541.2 88.0 5.1 274.3 602.5 ASY 140B 136.7 97.6 44.7 116.3 5.3 7.8 8.8 286.6 122.6 183.3 107.3 6.7 221.0 357.6 ASY 120B 111.6 9.6 276.0 393.9 156.1 571.1 588.7 198.2 304.1 491.9 118.6 5.6 192.6 304.4 148.4 563.1 166.0 163.4 152.9 913.1 81.4 214.5 216.5 223.2 174.6 274.9 68.9 5.4 9.5 495.9 99.5 310.3 504.5 59.0 9.6 532.2 5.7 245.1 5.8 491.9 129.7 80.0 238.2 7.6 6.6 ASY 330B 322.0 278. COMP.9 434.6 5.0 267.4 8.3 303.9 69.6 401.1 78.3 366.7 688.5 383.3 128.4 429. Ratings are based on 0.9 4.3 985.4 247.5 218.7 256.4 270.6 171.7 461.6 9.6 107.8 111.5 ASY 050B 47.2 9.7 1099.0 8.8 263.7 873.8 5.7 634.0 339.2 885.8 5.0 303.4 41.3 286.9 ASY 450B 430.4 306.9 517.1 4.1 7.2 9.6 251.9 188.4 268.1 1153.6 713.0 432.4 1038.2 4.1 4.1 84.8 273.1 113.2 282.6 5.3 226.3 233.3 344.8 197.3 ASY 420B 388.5 6.7 1053.6 294.2 227.1 5.6 413.5 106.0 ASY 295B 286.0 ASY 270B 264.3 52.3 846.4 116.8 4.5 192.5 476.0 220.5 5.0 158.3 191.2 158.5 305.5 131.6 294.0 7.1 ASY 270B 257.3 479.4 8.7 447.1 863.2 599.4 93.7 5.1 10.6 94.4 8.8 40 0F ASY 215B 205.3 5.7 5. 3.8 196.7 321.6 232.9 35.7 505.5 7.9 132.1 919.6 397.0 6.2 472.5 209.1 7.0 ASY 170B 159.0 ASY 500B 480.3 725.6 6.5 241.7 238.8 ASY 070B 63.6 176.8 407.4 468.5 7.5 440.4 128.0 6.9 338.7 143.8 36.7 270.8 543.6 477.1 45.6 411.7 158.4 811.8 334.4 9.3 6.9 709.6 79.4 192.7 325.6 119.6 209.9 6.4 192.8 6.5 215.1 ASY 090B 92.2 5.1 5.2 64. FLOW EER EER FLOW EER EER EER (LCWT) (Tons) kW (GPM) (Tons) kW (GPM) (Tons) kW (GPM) (Tons) kW (GPM) (Tons) kW (GPM) ASY 050B 44.5 ASY 375B 369.5 381.7 111.0 182.2 49.3 670.4 181.9 572.9 774.6 142.0 116.5 759.0 75.9 95.9 679.5 9.6 4.9 6.4 ASY 400B 363.1 299.5 46.2 639.8 688.0 159.3 9.2 152.7 6.9 527.8 754.0 5.1 499.0 143.9 249.4 66.2 ASY 120B 114.0 378.3 251.4 534.5 8.3 9.6 160.8 160.2 150.9 4.0 337.6 ASY 350B 331.8 4.9 707.8 364.2 5.7 257.3 5.7 9.1 297.5 9.2 332.0 171.0 154.5 9.8 242.9 379.1 98.0 92.2 262.0 401.5 7.5 633.1 358.0 6.9 122.1 356.3 396.5 630.6 9.3 126.9 6.2 5.0 156.2 40.1 ASY 295B 279.6 5.9 92.7 176.7 696.0 143.2 161.3 429.7 9.5 423.6 274.9 7.9 250.5 204.5 292.4 7.5 6.1 5.5 493.3 335.2 348.5 142.2 275.5 285.8 LEGEND: NOTES: kW .7 272.7 6.9 405.0 310.4 71.0 177.6 525.1 108.3 ASY 400B 378.1 9.3 6.

7 5.5 97.0 166. FLOW EER EER FLOW EER EER EER (LCWT) (Tons) kW (GPM) (Tons) kW (GPM) (Tons) kW (GPM) (Tons) kW (GPM) (Tons) kW (GPM) ASY 050B 49.2 295.1 ASY 350B 356. Ratings are based on 0.5 336.8 412.4 5.0 147.0 96.9 190.4 111.3 54.4 340.6 6.5 610.2 163.6 384.6 10.5 284.7 8.5 160. FLOW CAP.0 188.3 7.2 5.5 171.6 ASY 080B 79.9 153.5 849.9 276.4 340.8 ASY 150B 149.4 120.2 605.4 521.0 778.7 559.4 514.7 104.1 140.0 226.4 278.8 220.4 218.5 540.1 8.5 200.9 198.7 362.3 511.7 179.5 141.0 5.3 5.3 269.7 181.6 5.8 606.0 339.9 217. 6.9 5.2 63.Energy Efficiency Ratio .5 200.8 ASY 120B 116.1 338.7 8.9 842.3 5.2 8.3 164.4 5.5 538.2 289.5 4.5 7.5 201.9 237.2 5.7 1114.4 455.1 652.2 149.4 392.3 714.2 590.5 122.4 9.4 473.6 7.0 888.6 52.4 10.5 129.3 5.0 645.0 370.2 ASY 475B 473.2 962.8 312.4 463.5 110.1 115.6 5.6 245.5 555.7 470.9 164.8 219.9 485.2 146.6 569.1 217.0 902.2 362.7 279.6 61.6 246.1 8.5 346.5 124.1 ASY 050B 51.2 119.5 ASY 330B 339.8 114.8 10.0 457.4 153.7 ASY 180B 184.5 5.5 1012.8 144.6 422.0 864.4 663.9 857.1 535.1 5.0 ASY 200B 202.0 423.4 6.2 129.5 7.5 6.5 9.5 59.3 102.7 5.1 142.3 501.4 ASY 130B 128.9 769.1 8.6 368.1 718.1 735.9 335.3 608.0 5.3 365.2 ASY 250B 258.2 8.7 365.7 244.7 10.5 9.2 110.4 ASY 190B 196.0 5.3 223.3 146.1 65.2 176.5 1054.7 ASY 310B 318.5 224.7 ASY 140B 139.9 528.2 169.6 73.9 563.1 543.0 72.5 364.1 494.4 988.6 243.2 ASY 230B 230.1 8.4 10.7 8.4 637.3 6.4 358.5 391.2 370.1 214.1 7.2 233.3 200.3 ASY 100B 101.0 55.6 405.3 163.4 280.4 1137.8 164.6 4.3 10.9 141.9 475.2 260.4 296.5 109.0 291.5 231.7 266.7 89.9 672.4 213.0 ASY 160B 160.3 105. Performance data are based on 100F water range in evaporator.5 5.8 429.1 660.3 411.2 6.7 53.8 6.1 10.3 559.9 501.8 8.3 452.6 384.3 ASY 130B 131.2 408. FLOW CAP.0 321.5 6.4 80.3 71.2 104.9 171.5 5.6 161.5 72.6 277.6 584.8 243.7 9.2 7.3 6.4 180.5 743.6 93.3 8.8 426.1 159.2 385.2 311.7 966.4 7.1 684.1 8.4 121.8 874.7 9.4 331.7 803.8 8.5 183.2 392.9 354.2 5.2 273.3 679.8 296.0 111.2 325.2 5.3 263.9 5.1 569.1 61.5 6.7 6.8 1035.8 ASY 180B 177.9 6.4 1003.8 6.7 645.2 125.4 125.5 358.9 6.3 80.8 6.8 371.2 145.6 302.0 374.6 385.4 319.3 38.6 77.9 905.6 5.0 7.5 320.6 117.9 6.5 1004.1 171.6 413.9 97.7 514.8 213.3 175.4 7.8 402.3 5. COMP.2 388.3 501.2 97.5 5.6 8.3 518.2 5.9 227.7 6.1 ASY 400B 405.0 6.6 621.4 178.5 5.4 742.0 4.1 179.5 8.5 233. GPM .7 181.8 392.3 213.3 193.2 5.7 401.2 433.8 405.6 182.8 253.6 123.2 326.9 108.8 308.2 413.7 5.2 114.1 94.5 6.4 487.0 87.0 311.8 127.7 1038.1 159.1 188.6 7.0 696.8 281.8 409.5 267.8 7.5 73.4 374.6 147. FLOW CAP.0 233.5 7.3 299.4 9.4 7.4 924.5 1158.3 10.4 713.9 5.9 291.9 225.7 455.5 360.6 5.5 ASY 240B 234.9 114.4 103.6 146.1 232.3 241.7 214.3 339.7 254.0 383.4 8.7 279.5 805.5 386.7 599.0 8.5 483.8 5.9 197.4 364.2 242.1 265.4 5.0 187.2 5.2 49.1 318.1 154.1 5.3 130.3 435.6 8.5 269.3 502.6 6.6 261.9 811.1 132.6 477.0 ASY 350B 347.0 476.6 69.1 841.8 91.3 5.6 166.1 434.4 541.0 ASY 270B 280.9 450.7 813.6 5.5 704.2 9.7 14 ASY 060B 62.2 9.9 172.1 505.7 741.6 8.3 8.8 560.3 536.1 579.4 137.1 ASY 240B 238.3 81.7 78.8 833.5 354.6 126.4 5.9 6.8 464.6 548.4 58.3 350.8 407.9 319.2 ASY 090B 97.4 64.0 192.7 449.0 72.0 582.0 187.6 130.5 209.6 650.8 122.0 7.1 421.7 333.6 206.6 7.5 275.3 939.7 339.3 4.8 227.4 7.8 411.4 5.00010 (hr-ft2-0F/Btu) fouling factor for evaporator.6 263. PERFORMANCE DATA (English units) LEAVING 950F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 1050F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 1150F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 1250F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 1300F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE CHILLED UNIT WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER TEMP.6 63.5 9.2 290.6 494.6 564.0 9.4 238.1 371.7 164.3 88.3 6.2 229.3 399.5 154.4 473.7 357.4 222.3 491.7 195.8 446.2 5.2 263.5 53.1 ASY 200B 195.9 98.1 8.0 198.5 1031.5 8.6 312.8 183.7 296.4 450.9 852.5 380.7 ASY 100B 99.4 279.3 347.4 5.6 375.2 1168.7 8.9 953.1 288.7 79.6 114.6 151.8 6.7 301.2 878.1 344.2 750.0 56.7 255.4 8.9 5.1 450.3 ASY 060B 60.5 253.4 89.9 9.8 ASY 450B 446.1 349.3 6.3 154.4 351.7 647.2 122.0 260.0 9.5 116.1 185.7 7.0 279.9 364.6 387.2 147.3 173.0 8.3 ASY 420B 432.9 299.2 222.8 7.0 8.7 341.2 435.8 411.0 5.9 91.4 344.0 47.8 551.6 723.4 5.8 295.4 6.2 5.5 620.7 245.7 368.0 113. Packaged chillers are rated with ARI standard 550/590-98.8 428.2 82.7 8.7 5.0 178.6 764.0 883.1 5.3 40.0 7.1 202.9 388.2 141.4 458.4 439.1 5.2 130.7 5.3 222.1 142.2 275.1 856.1 9.1 444.9 123.6 247.9 8.6 490.9 9.0 482.9 669.8 193.9 166.7 75.2 251.1 141.3 5.1 ASY 080B 76.6 7.Compressor power input 1. SIZE CAP.1 9.0 46 0F ASY 215B 219.2 209.6 461.9 225.7 305.3 731.6 241.2 677.2 88.6 804.5 43.4 9.1 6.3 5.9 272.3 795.1 ASY 170B 167.1 440.0 669.6 LEGEND: NOTES: kW .2 383.0 5.2 ASY 150B 153.3 533.3 66.1 83.1 333.6 5.7 595.3 304.8 196.8 451.7 1010.9 388.4 141.6 9.8 155.8 5.8 7.6 280.8 8.5 413.7 6.2 ASY 250B 249.5 772.8 200.9 438.9 4.7 6.6 6. COMP.8 9.2 4.6 294.0 8.7 8.1 306.2 233.3 39.6 140.2 71.7 506.0 6.3 281.5 90.6 187.9 160. 3.8 9.8 5.3 97.8 668.6 5.2 204.8 8.7 328.8 628.3 89.5 106.2 ASY 295B 293.5 602.2 225.9 135.3 9.0 125.3 216.1 341.5 163.5 97.4 99. Refer to electrical data for fan kW.7 420.7 223.7 212.5 479.7 431.7 366.8 8.7 6.0 ASY 330B 330. COMP.8 5.9 5.4 314.2 80.8 462.0 415.1 464.9 ASY 375B 376.3 8.9 443.6 9.7 198.0 1095.5 6.3 818.0 5.8 8.6 5.2 6.9 5.8 182.1 300.4 9.0 251.3 179.6 9.2 633.1 527.8 9.7 261.7 ASY 500B 494.2 297.3 172.2 10.9 199.7 146.9 338.5 10.1 9.6 224.8 7.4 909.2 419.0 5.0 201.0 400.Gallons Per Minute 2.0 431.5 8.3 100.2 480.5 219.6 8.5 135.6 46.0 351.7 8.2 418.1 9.2 250.2 554.1 620.1 6.0 5.6 595.0 6.8 44.2 613.2 405.5 241.6 507.7 127.1 511.2 455.6 5.6 401.0 977.5 5.3 504.9 59.8 335.4 294.7 252.0 131.1 766.0 1099.9 136.9 549.3 465.8 116.3 295.5 5.3 9.9 192.1 280.9 693.1 5.8 331.4 51.3 131.0 471.2 170.3 253.4 448.2 5.6 1077.9 5.4 781.7 9.7 ASY 375B 385.7 214.4 201.1 393.8 286.7 147.0 9.7 427.7 37.1 377.1 411.1 ASY 070B 71.2 90. EER for entire unit.7 299.0 6.8 44 0F ASY 215B 214.1 941.0 441.8 1135.4 130.4 260. Do not extrapolate.9 279.0 184.0 834.3 9.7 5.5 9.5 10.1 9.2 326.6 47.6 309.9 9.8 4.7 ASY 295B 303. 5.7 85.2 6.6 341.8 152.0 101.2 7.2 350.3 10.2 276.5 632.3 638.3 170.0 ASY 420B 418.1 5.7 207.0 8.7 5. kW power input is for compressor only.5 151.6 136.1 293.2 579.6 493.3 6.6 777.2 5.3 53.2 5.9 1076.6 4.2 704.4 ASY 070B 68.0 370.5 708.3 5.5 129.1 295.6 5.5 324.5 145.0 87.3 1187.7 7.1 8.5 74.1 102.2 288.9 329.1 350.5 73.5 105.5 5.7 378.2 480.2 974.0 553.4 170.8 9.3 ASY 140B 137.3 121.3 903.5 369.7 4.7 211.3 542.0 75.9 ASY 475B 482.5 145.0 5.8 10.5 257.2 698.5 344.1 367.1 696.7 455. CAP.1 9.5 10.0 198.5 682.0 932.3 46.9 129.6 172.3 5.4 190.8 705. Direct interpolation is permissible.1 691.1 6.7 198.8 59.1 ASY 500B 486.5 5.9 309.9 525.0 7.7 297.9 93.7 617.6 92.9 365.5 7.2 6.6 295.4 374.5 248.2 409.0 727.3 ASY 450B 456.9 268.3 9.7 185.7 766.0 7.1 8.3 311.8 150.1 60.5 614.2 ASY 160B 156.2 287.3 5.9 159.7 65.2 642.9 247.0 5.1 5.0 82.9 8.2 219.7 10. 4.2 8.8 342.0 7.6 232.6 5.4 264.0 275.2 547.6 170.0 611.4 117.1 385.6 732.0 253.2 85.9 204.1 7.9 726.0 876.3 10.5 449.5 525.3 690.6 7.7 245.9 8.8 215.2 330.5 221.6 431.3 6.8 7.1 448. COMP.2 262.6 560.3 598.7 6.6 5.2 405.6 172.4 ASY 270B 271.0 186.5 194.1 931.1 6.7 ASY 310B 309.0 264. COMP.1 6.5 123.4 627.8 397.5 206.0 499.5 54.3 134.3 815.0 8.1 8.3 194.6 206.1 5.4 ASY 230B 226.7 387.8 180.2 406.0 726.0 7.3 276.1 198.9 7.1 792.3 309.3 181.6 315.6 169.1 5.0 466.3 659.5 5.1 112.4 97.8 258.8 256.6 940.5 939.9 293.7 800.8 327.3 160.0 7.2 7.3 9.6 77.4 9.5 449.8 972.5 9.4 508.7 485.4 861.6 220.5 304.1 ASY 400B 391.7 9.9 557.0 94.4 8.9 636.7 5.9 211.9 581.8 91.2 638.7 5.2 146.0 ASY 090B 94.6 318.7 5.2 97.1 10.3 8.6 132.4 5.3 119.8 232.4 66.0 717.1 5.4 6.9 146.8 242.8 565.6 555.3 331.1 5.2 282.7 455.5 108.3 66.5 274.4 6.2 103.4 9.0 5.9 371.2 7.4 249.8 1071.2 ASY 190B 189.3 6.0 196.6 9.8 111.0 130.1 395.3 5.4 178.6 546.3 115.7 314.1 5.2 498.3 319.8 672.8 5.4 335.0 228.0 573.0 8.1 8.4 274.5 170.8 398.7 278.0 ASY 170B 171.3 338.9 347.1 8.5 120.5 449.9 192.7 ASY 120B 119.9 290.2 199.9 352.7 150.1 929.5 58. EER .3 393.9 494.8 48.9 281.9 189.5 5.

6 132.7 184.3 621.3 6.2 726.2 263.7 343.7 113.3 ASY 100B 105.3 7.6 365.0 9.5 691.2 456.1 10.2 9.8 581.4 5.1 ASY 350B 383.4 616.4 399.8 252.7 420.7 520.9 105.1 554.6 654.3 5.1 9.8 5.0 9.3 639.8 6.6 11.0 201.3 286. 6.7 562.3 313.8 63.2 503.2 265.1 6.4 205.4 412.5 138.6 ASY 270B 301.8 5.2 6.8 990.2 721.5 7.0 518.2 284.9 226.7 5.2 5.6 ASY 130B 140.5 253.2 6.6 275.5 10.3 488.3 437.7 523.2 486.3 6.9 562.4 ASY 170B 182.6 54.9 343.9 5.2 8.5 8.2 343.5 9.9 121.7 305.5 226.7 757.2 5.1 413.0 79.0 10.7 448.5 809.1 171.6 123.3 122.7 8.3 91.1 425.1 11.3 ASY 070B 73.6 7.5 303.4 208.1 56.7 83.8 9.9 355.4 661.5 82.0 5.4 5.9 1071.6 650.2 73.8 ASY 310B 330.3 109.4 ASY 090B 101.7 62.1 824.4 8.4 443.9 169.5 101.6 547.5 235.2 157.0 743.9 6.3 5.0 797.4 823.6 523.7 875.Energy Efficiency Ratio .4 312.6 53.8 95.1 253.1 235.2 556.0 ASY 230B 246.5 171.7 105.4 269.5 306.5 121.4 149.1 75.2 174.5 74.3 161.7 127.2 360.4 ASY 330B 365.3 8.8 376.1 156.2 1213.4 5.0 368.6 99.6 207.6 7.4 391.8 8.9 5.3 6.4 212.6 155.2 467.5 10.8 184.5 351.3 10.4 98.6 231.9 ASY 060B 64.0 7.4 272.1 332.2 238. GPM .2 5.4 886.9 275.7 1084.6 433.2 206.8 7.9 341.5 553.6 508.7 317. FLOW EER EER FLOW EER EER EER (LCWT) (Tons) kW (GPM) (Tons) kW (GPM) (Tons) kW (GPM) (Tons) kW (GPM) (Tons) kW (GPM) ASY 050B 52.7 234.3 ASY 090B 104.6 5.9 5.6 355.6 417.3 568.7 659.2 755.9 338.1 390.0 152.5 683.9 186.9 790.3 257.1 130.0 374.6 262.4 5.9 259. FLOW CAP.9 ASY 375B 412.1 8.4 8.8 284.3 476.8 9.5 387.6 522.1 359.2 228.2 607.1 347.8 7.1 82.7 478.2 748.2 184.0 ASY 120B 123.7 295.8 7.1 288.8 9.2 522.8 204.9 392.4 300.7 300.1 281. Packaged chillers are rated with ARI standard 550/590-98.9 7.5 216.5 636.3 9.5 150.6 6.3 517.4 126.1 253.8 5.7 45.1 10.5 78.1 89.3 6.6 165.5 166.1 ASY 160B 172.6 359.4 7.9 132.1 6.3 88.5 1179.5 224.2 54.9 138.6 10.8 181.3 176.2 7.5 114.2 933.7 9.9 325.0 154.8 340.6 5.6 1050.7 211.2 400.8 174.5 248.7 7.3 436.4 470.4 1002.7 5.2 298.1 470.7 719.0 196.9 5.9 220.9 5.3 797.0 576.7 126.7 201.3 328.2 176.3 100.3 166.7 9.8 162.0 693.2 1047.9 213.9 8.2 7. COMP.3 99.7 6.5 423.6 250.9 5.9 585.8 10.8 453.7 261.6 10.5 353.4 6.8 347.4 15 ASY 060B 66.9 825.9 142.1 119.2 572.5 352.3 57.5 397.1 107.Gallons Per Minute 2.5 771.4 284.7 564.4 402.5 394.3 203.5 64.5 217.1 710.4 10.3 419.9 5.5 447.5 5.5 59.5 850.1 5.8 5.4 719.4 500.4 6.3 6.3 512.4 251.5 260.2 9.5 10.2 141.7 104.7 5.5 729.1 417.4 297.3 152.7 305.6 5.6 143.7 85.5 845.9 ASY 295B 314.2 471.8 5.2 196.3 240.8 6.4 1223.6 372.7 566.3 7.4 7.0 417.2 9.7 10.0 244.1 588.2 1137.7 235.7 151.4 50.9 644.1 129.1 284.2 376.2 506.4 486.7 10.6 5.0 140.3 10.8 213.3 448.1 374.2 434.2 202.5 526.8 156.7 115.6 283.1 242.7 134.9 194.7 146.2 562.7 133.0 101.0 448.6 316.3 629.1 ASY 400B 418.7 969.0 7.1 861.6 188.5 407.9 563.5 939.4 435.3 290.2 6.6 381.5 531.4 9.4 781.1 420.4 10.0 465.9 1240.0 205.2 381.5 411.8 133.4 8.9 8.9 795.6 108.1 8.5 7.2 312.1 151.2 171.4 9.9 412.8 7.5 62.2 497.6 8.6 135.3 5.7 61.7 10. CAP.9 ASY 140B 148.5 537.7 103.8 135.2 91.6 9.3 399.00010 (hr-ft2-0F/Btu) fouling factor for evaporator.4 213.2 965.8 374.4 5.0 199.0 8.5 8.6 480.8 325.6 289.1 343.8 9.2 9.7 130. COMP.4 204.2 5.9 6.5 322.5 733.5 103.0 461.0 480.9 8.3 342. Do not extrapolate.8 442.3 8.5 184.4 628.7 231.4 8.5 354.2 8.6 669.1 302.3 5.5 479.3 962.6 343.0 70.4 152.4 6.8 78.9 48 0F ASY 215B 226.2 720.1 218.6 305.1 386.1 192.9 381.2 257.8 5.2 252.6 1036.6 629.5 7.5 7.8 676.7 10.0 136.8 835.7 10.4 5.1 287.3 10.6 5.4 398.2 163.6 6.3 6.1 LEGEND: NOTES: kW .7 5.4 177.8 6.0 6.6 389.2 6.9 130.5 216.7 ASY 200B 208.0 9.5 221.5 492.2 6.0 9.7 7.6 100.3 971.7 395.8 4.1 379.8 254.7 476.6 273. 5.7 895.6 428.4 1180.1 267.2 287.0 490.5 5.8 120.1 ASY 080B 84.6 874.2 49.6 5.7 196.1 203.6 281.4 6.9 10.7 60.8 8.1 11.3 8.6 6.4 302.5 282.5 661.9 512.2 90.8 463.8 385.6 505.0 325.8 218.4 133.9 ASY 160B 166.5 10.4 6.6 7.3 637.3 ASY 080B 81.3 309.8 ASY 420B 446.9 584.1 8.8 9.5 186.2 227.7 451.3 171.0 ASY 270B 291.2 398.6 329.7 4.9 734.8 925.1 890.0 311.2 895.5 5.2 159.6 322.3 175.0 209.0 865.4 780.7 592.6 252.9 41.2 7.4 10.0 188.2 301.9 130.7 788.1 256.1 ASY 240B 245.1 315.7 556.1 500.4 57.8 8.8 9.9 6.7 290.5 280.9 157.5 73.1 5.8 47.0 464.3 723.8 6.0 665.8 514.2 431.3 81.9 324.5 558.9 299.9 8.6 105.5 744.4 ASY 130B 135.6 5.4 516.7 151.1 117.7 8.0 668.8 300.0 ASY 500B 509.3 8.1 1015.7 700. COMP.6 7.9 177.5 50.8 112.9 ASY 450B 491.4 899.4 573.5 6.0 153.3 271.9 134.7 661.2 952.7 350.6 8.2 303.7 7.7 98.8 148.6 213.1 8.3 357.0 10.1 199.0 597.4 146.9 131. Direct interpolation is permissible. COMP.0 447.1 5. SIZE CAP.7 771.5 5.7 231.1 7.4 ASY 120B 128.4 110.8 5.2 5.5 758. EER .1 336.2 131.0 228.0 79.6 286.1 117.0 6.2 201.3 403.6 544.2 5.6 5.8 462.1 60.4 374.2 92.0 542.9 6.8 495.4 570.9 862.0 7.1 352.9 8.5 66.2 302.7 94.4 55.1 5.6 ASY 140B 143.0 10.3 5.9 381.1 7.4 146.8 177.6 328.1 319.4 928.5 5.8 98.5 464.5 201.3 111.1 506.0 272.8 8.6 200.3 965.4 123.4 312.3 514.8 8.6 84.6 190.7 116. 3.3 354.4 134.2 279.8 175.8 905.9 10.4 9.7 ASY 240B 254. PERFORMANCE DATA (English units) LEAVING 950F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 1050F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 1150F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 1250F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 1300F AMBIENT TEMPERATURE CHILLED UNIT WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER TEMP.5 459.3 10.2 689.7 10.0 447.2 653.7 215.0 696.3 10.0 461.5 119.7 371.1 10.8 82. Refer to electrical data for fan kW.0 102.9 530.6 67.8 514.7 569.2 7.2 185.6 541.5 694. FLOW CAP.7 321.2 368.6 192.8 6.8 543.5 327.7 7. COMP.6 581.1 277.4 714.3 76.1 ASY 230B 237.4 8.2 ASY 190B 208.1 936.2 591.9 5.7 709.3 266.9 310.3 8.5 7.8 5.2 336.2 ASY 170B 177.6 469.9 5.7 ASY 250B 269.4 5.5 442.9 ASY 150B 159.4 169.0 9.6 363.9 831.7 168.5 220.4 250.8 423.7 318.0 7.9 1041.8 192.0 89.3 746.7 39.8 834.6 ASY 190B 202.2 7.6 884.1 700.3 ASY 350B 369.0 7.0 67.7 136.3 221.8 182.9 445.6 243.3 166.7 286.6 10.0 351.4 6.4 91.8 90.1 341.8 190.7 491.4 685.2 7.7 7.6 462.5 151.6 ASY 475B 498.2 461.1 424.0 156.2 5.3 204.4 10.7 493.3 198.0 5.7 100.7 1267.0 175.6 7.1 438.4 524.8 5.4 186.9 8.7 762.0 8.1 121.2 9.4 10.5 417.3 184.7 8.2 ASY 250B 278.1 65.2 ASY 420B 459. kW power input is for compressor only.0 9.3 752.3 55.6 5.1 65.2 74.9 98.0 584.3 9.4 319.1 93.4 226.1 9.9 426. EER for entire unit.7 601.5 301.2 496.1 244.7 1196.7 117.0 230.8 255.4 88.4 472.8 793.0 6.0 346.8 6.2 550.0 181.7 337.3 121.1 6.2 5.7 5.6 95.6 1042.9 124.5 285.1 7.6 ASY 200B 214.1 1102.5 351.2 7.6 167.1 243.5 112.3 439.6 9.4 5.2 6.3 ASY 295B 325.0 260.8 225.7 262.5 10.2 5.1 ASY 310B 341.3 377.4 427. FLOW CAP.5 432.0 317.5 250.8 268.7 81.4 8.2 ASY 375B 397.9 ASY 100B 108.6 7.3 618.6 919.8 6.0 1172.0 296.7 131.8 247.6 ASY 400B 431.2 5.7 261.3 323.0 192.8 685.8 1007.6 360.5 262.7 8.6 119.8 373.1 402.0 359.2 253.9 6.5 316.4 158.1 824.2 242.3 464.0 7.6 425.9 362.4 6.7 98. Ratings are based on 0.5 186.4 11.6 7.7 564.9 51.5 5.2 331.5 206.6 346.1 5.1 5.6 6.3 299.6 6.9 ASY 180B 196.3 206.3 6.8 7.7 462.8 404.4 1006.1 6.6 169.3 308.4 376.1 231.1 457.1 ASY 180B 190.6 6.4 320.6 785.6 8.8 379.2 871.2 660.1 73.Compressor power input 1.3 474.1 402.0 347.7 228.9 895.0 148.8 647.3 119.7 7.8 151.6 276.9 8.1 135.6 269.1 50 0F ASY 215B 234.4 1006.9 280.1 394.7 181.7 1073.3 500.4 67.1 6.8 109.8 399.2 221.7 1115.1 302.7 ASY 070B 75.2 1139.7 236.9 285.8 5.2 5.2 198.0 264.6 ASY 050B 54.0 1004.5 374.0 157.2 144.6 8.9 97.7 224.3 ASY 500B 528.2 7.5 576.9 48.0 7.7 7.3 606.3 468.1 402.8 6.9 236.9 286.8 512.9 374.1 1113.5 628.4 224.0 7.2 1034.3 133.2 387.7 219.8 261.4 219.7 188.8 151.3 149.7 8.6 68.1 219.5 290.3 321.8 210.3 8.8 5.9 263.0 365.9 149.7 109.9 1152.0 390. Performance data are based on 100F water range in evaporator.4 507.2 5.4 74.3 451.2 647.1 5.2 8.6 184.4 67.3 362.8 43.9 477.3 199.7 542.9 419.8 6.2 274.4 626.2 199.3 610.9 1076.5 178.6 8.2 609.1 173.9 434.4 9.6 954.2 10.4 ASY 330B 352.0 153.3 5.7 7.0 71.3 389.7 7.9 1113.8 326.0 7.1 337.5 252.3 750.9 441.4 8.1 ASY 150B 164.3 8.8 194.1 10.2 613.7 605.3 364.3 41.0 10.0 173.6 ASY 475B 517.5 127.7 125.1 6.4 625.7 189.5 7.8 423.3 234.6 411.2 147.8 ASY 450B 473.4 376.3 419.0 820.9 5.0 297.9 5.9 502.3 421.5 156.7 228. 4.5 6.1 162.1 723.2 286.

2 1614.9 1.56 7.3 1.0 361.1 1.5 318.7 216.6 1413.77 25.4 580.97 13.2 50.68 5.5 701.6 637.2 425.8 709.9 159.73 20.2 147.6 71.6 627.98 10.90 24.9 16 ASY 060B 194.3 1355.7 253.3 1133.8 243.2 ASY 080B 231.68 13.33 52.8 1520.9 2.0 1.2 407.0 2.8 ASY 500B 1647.5 2.2 318.5 2.5 154.2 504.77 36.02 11.91 18.0 324.69 25.90 35.1 1086.4 932.1 353.6 126.24 62.39 37.Coefficient of Performance .8 112.9 593.93 48.5 1.9 1. COP for entire unit. SIZE CAP.4 1.4 452.0 1.4 256.3 67.6 299.63 19.1 LEGEND: NOTES: kW .0 968.0 77. COMP.5 116.59 23.8 448.7 1.2 1328.5 2.3 257.4 ASY 100B 330.2 1383.0 411.37 10.3 1.77 17.5 1.2 218.0 1.1 1.1 1.9 2.2 1.4 253.4 367.5 370.5 1.3 716.8 593.41 6.42 17.7 592.40 16.1 440.9 909.7 587.3 1.8 1019.45 28.7 2.59 18.47 44.17 30.8 2.3 722.3 1.4 189.2 535.6 2.9 537.57 19.9 2.2 1.8 561.6 444.5 2.5 784.45 18.6 584.0 1.2 2.2 1.8 ASY 330B 1096.0 2.8 2.4 644.8 418.9 1.39 34.9 330.9 2.4 440.0 1.1 996.6 893.0 2.2 ASY 180B 574.7 2.7 118.0 92.8 473.7 1.5 759.6 2.59 30.2 2.5 295.64 25.5 1.88 60.62 65.6 2. 6.51 21.2 1.3 466.0 ASY 170B 572.71 22.8 1.58 5.5 548.8 316.1 145.5 821.6 392.7 ASY 330B 1128.2 2.9 2.5 210.1 2.6 910.3 2.4 1.71 21.0 246.41 43.30 60.3 1.8 1.97 7.03 53.56 52.5 376.0 4 0C ASY 215B 716.1 2.2 2.31 48.4 467.0 2.0 147.3 291.1 544.9 519.38 17.9 402.9 1.9 520.6 561.9 1179.0 614.39 22.48 29. FLOW CAP.0 ASY 130B 446. COMP.8 134.8 88.2 2.48 5.3 1447.89 22.70 24.2 153.63 54.58 33.2 2.4 75.3 862.9 1.1 186.3 387.47 24.43 50.01 41.2 361.3 1556.0 1.2 ASY 190B 616.8 2.2 190.3 572.3 803.1 431.7 610.7 ASY 240B 791.8 364.2 2.7 1.94 33.5 93.3 1.3 1.9 564.01 37.97 33.35 36.1 2.57 21.05 7.36 16.8 2.4 283.5 354.6 2.4 506.36 7.4 764.1 207.5 ASY 295B 1001.1 143.8 187.7 ASY 475B 1599.6 ASY 310B 1056.57 16.40 24.2 142.3 2.2 276.56 12.47 8.44 16.0 2.5 153.90 6.6 338.3 223.3 2.9 1075.94 30.8 321.4 62.3 2.7 1.45 4.3 1.65 6.5 2.86 17.7 1.8 76.2 122.9 568.55 25.5 385.97 6.3 2.2 2.3 1277.3 1.5 610.7 2.9 276.7 661.0 876.1 1.2 1.5 772.9 1.7 1.96 45.3 1.59 13.7 202.3 525.3 ASY 240B 812.6 213.6 2.00 51.9 865.5 2.7 62.92 7.7 1.5 ASY 090B 322.15 17.9 1.1 169.6 494.3 686.47 9.2 533.5 552.0 710.6 2.4 2.70 42.8 1.8 2.41 56.4 2.1 278.44 9.6 539.7 205.8 2.2 143.8 2.95 18.39 36.50 7.6 ASY 170B 558.0 338.4 706.6 693.2 1.7 273.0 492.4 629.2 543.5 208.5 127.32 15.000018 (m2 -0C/W) fouling factor for evaporator.4 1.9 847.5 686.4 1.9 164.6 2.5 2.98 20.1 145.9 67.5 1.89 18.2 1.82 12.62 37.7 2.4 779.2 664.7 1.1 663.64 31. PERFORMANCE DATA (Metric units) LEAVING 350C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 400C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 460C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 520C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 550C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE CHILLED UNIT WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER TEMP.2 387.35 25.56 11.7 641.39 21.60 16.4 2.41 5.6 445.42 12.7 576.5 350.5 2.39 54.1 69.62 4.6 ASY 180B 595.53 11.8 540.40 21.6 ASY 060B 184.6 2.35 26.7 2.49 16.5 182.7 2.3 303.0 928.3 1. FLOW CAP. COMP.9 2.07 5.1 456.7 527.2 483.43 38.0 1.0 1074.94 22.3 195.40 21.6 367.1 1.4 245.5 2.6 404.41 25.6 1417.0 2.4 194.1 1.66 48.1 ASY 270B 921. COP .6 675.78 12.1 2.2 421.72 22.6 269.41 20.5 1307.7 1.0 478.3 302.0 1.9 1.2 286.2 599.6 987. FLOW COP COP FLOW COP COP COP (LCWT) (kW) kW (LPS) (kW) kW (LPS) (kW) kW (LPS) (kW) kW (LPS) (kW) kW (LPS) ASY 050B 154.5 ASY 230B 760.9 83.0 2.45 41.5 1.51 16.36 14.1 1.2 546.43 37.9 1182.3 161.32 19.4 609.4 2.3 360.4 122.5 1.3 742.2 498.5 1.78 23.78 17.88 47.4 1.0 183.74 52.9 444.1 2.2 1025.3 639.9 1485.9 101.4 1. kW power input is for compressor only.6 274. Direct interpolation is permissible.0 2.4 2.2 392.0 2.6 280.50 45.0 473.4 1.64 10.3 435.79 28.7 1577.35 33.35 21.57 27.5 1.2 2.2 163.4 1.6 ASY 420B 1404.2 217.55 39.6 380.4 2.6 173.4 2.4 317.8 673.1 361.7 838.4 94.1 735. 3.8 155.4 1.8 95.7 500.5 295.8 272.9 454.1 1.5 197.6 478.5 211.3 169.1 2.3 644.5 432.6 846.3 1.9 1.6 1.40 15.85 61.9 1.3 246.3 1.5 196.53 18.4 103.37 24.5 423. COMP.1 56.6 1.34 20.3 231.4 611.8 191.6 1.1 1.1 ASY 090B 313.5 864.2 2.7 ASY 200B 636.82 7.2 283.38 7.1 159.4 178.9 1.8 61.91 43.2 170.9 967.6 2.3 ASY 250B 844.1 379.47 26.41 15. Performance data are based on 60C water range in evaporator.8 69.8 415.2 1.56 22.9 235.8 1.9 ASY 190B 638.5 1.5 105.5 840.2 293.0 330.05 39.70 56.54 56.3 ASY 160B 518.0 ASY 050B 162.36 21.6 471.40 30.Liters Per Second 2.6 209.90 56.33 39.0 2.4 1.48 33.82 39.7 241.27 50.9 1.4 659.91 19.1 2.1 1.3 2.8 75.3 1.2 1121. FLOW CAP.7 ASY 450B 1500.28 18.8 771.0 78.3 340.2 336.8 279.0 591.3 485.6 272.50 27.85 59.5 1210.5 1.0 620.3 126.34 27.7 384.7 112.2 1.9 274.8 2.53 20.2 1.38 37.58 53.9 304.5 394.8 2.8 255.6 272.39 40.6 ASY 070B 206.3 175.9 1.54 42. Do not extrapolate.2 1. LPS .9 343.0 2.6 9.4 1057.2 1.6 499.9 1.1 396.7 1.9 455.52 31.31 47.5 494.7 127.3 84.5 307.0 2.7 1.61 30.9 2.3 1.4 410.9 337.8 ASY 150B 509.44 26.4 2.66 35.42 12.7 917.3 182.8 ASY 310B 1027.9 2.0 530.5 545. COMP.27 46.9 623.6 194.9 1.2 113.9 102.7 321.6 1.80 16.9 417.1 995.9 441.2 2.6 2.38 15.5 324.3 51.9 259.83 29.44 12.8 1.80 59.8 1.8 384.8 357.95 20.1 540.3 1.1 1.1 1.4 1. 4.2 1211.6 2.6 187.1 218.0 1.4 1.57 32.0 2.0 446.0 2.5 625.6 225.1 1.45 6.7 1.1 384.6 243.85 8.9 935.2 1.2 502.3 2.4 167.4 2.92 23.2 72.2 471.2 242.6 2.9 1337.8 1.4 166.5 298.58 44.7 488.2 440.42 15.68 26.4 1235.8 ASY 475B 1638.7 1.55 39.1 280.3 205.1 177.1 1176.99 15.9 1.1 2.29 26.3 314.8 249.4 721.7 ASY 140B 467.4 979.8 177.7 1.9 395.37 53.93 13.48 18.8 ASY 120B 400.23 28.1 1248.8 189.6 2.0 2.75 8.6 691.2 1.4 645.27 9.6 1.4 2.7 1.8 176.5 ASY 375B 1292.8 179.4 146.8 1.41 34.74 17.1 2.30 24.9 ASY 070B 218.33 21.7 1.4 1.43 22.6 2.8 1412.71 29.2 411.5 1.9 1.4 760.0 1.93 36.76 26.3 633.40 10.9 634.3 1.5 431.89 27.7 ASY 250B 821.63 47.5 64.7 474.51 4.1 2.9 161.9 ASY 500B 1685.4 2.0 2.85 26.60 40.45 57.3 ASY 400B 1267.7 1333.9 289.59 12.2 479.5 272.8 1.9 967.7 2.4 174.5 762.5 1.7 2.3 152.56 22.65 31.8 ASY 350B 1189.2 292.30 12.05 6.7 2.1 938.1 892.4 2.5 113.3 1300.6 1031.2 281.94 25.3 347.9 99.2 742.9 261.3 797.9 940.5 1.82 8.8 356.2 1.2 666.2 1.5 655.3 1.4 144.72 13.4 890.3 170.9 139.82 46.71 65.5 55.4 ASY 375B 1255.01 34.2 1.50 25.0 2.3 1148.89 11.49 42.8 387.1 720.1 2.7 ASY 350B 1155.51 6.0 463.5 1191.38 23.7 399.4 517.0 188.3 1107.25 14.45 13.7 793.0 198.66 67.3 271.1 1.8 489.6 2.4 290.66 41.2 2.5 2.8 297.5 1.6 2.9 341.4 2.41 7.89 32.4 1119.5 406.9 2.9 687.5 1.67 63.9 1.92 12.33 62.1 308.0 264.1 100.1 1.0 327.1 1.4 1. CAP.48 30.0 185.4 ASY 150B 496.45 35.7 644.7 1032.61 6.87 42.1 274.8 1223.5 437.1 380.1 2.5 364.8 1.00 5.4 609.7 536.5 451.8 93.1 2.0 341.9 2.68 19.6 1.4 544.77 38.3 373.53 31.72 35.8 549.2 2.2 140.3 259.7 2.9 1.0 1.0 85.0 514.1 1451.62 13.7 2.2 238.7 938.0 460.4 220.56 32.2 305.87 23.7 2.9 1.43 31.9 219.1 604.8 183.89 8.3 192.2 316.8 620.1 300.7 5 0C ASY 215B 736.85 43.9 472.7 ASY 100B 339.6 1.7 525.5 326.0 1062.51 38.23 14.33 25.03 28.4 694.0 1.6 704.1 1.2 1.0 414.0 82.58 36.7 1.2 473.18 18.91 44.34 12.8 557.2 1.61 9.3 1.87 47.2 195.50 6.6 2.5 2.0 1.8 1114.3 512.45 32.6 729.2 1.2 212.29 38.6 836.0 95.5 ASY 200B 658.97 31.6 1.7 861.34 15.90 45.8 125.8 533.8 1.5 1093.4 126.9 2.4 89.21 31.64 50.4 579.0 242.7 ASY 160B 532.2 951.9 248.0 377.5 ASY 080B 242.0 1277.6 2.0 240.2 2.42 42.8 464.6 681.3 364.4 ASY 400B 1314.0 271.5 2.3 ASY 270B 896.60 18.3 234.37 19.68 50.96 20.4 270.54 18.63 9.Compressor power input 1.0 389.40 11.5 662.9 305.66 20.8 766.9 1.37 49.8 1.08 29.3 554.2 213.3 407.9 116.74 16.4 2.6 129.4 1518. 5.6 588.66 28.1 ASY 230B 781.1 290.1 74.8 2.52 55.6 193.19 8.9 128.6 431.53 24.1 376.0 123.2 ASY 450B 1538.0 1324.3 1.8 327.3 1000.5 1.1 141.6 609.2 869.5 1.7 497.93 57.2 ASY 420B 1353.8 726.7 2.0 584.4 442.75 15.51 7.7 485.42 5.2 339.4 209.6 ASY 130B 434.28 64.5 2.7 181.60 28.8 915. Ratings are based on 0. Refer to electrical data for fan kW.5 428.0 347.6 669.2 255.8 195.6 814.95 14.81 6.7 229.8 2.97 39.1 600.8 364.5 368.6 1.78 22.2 446.3 146.2 1.4 786.1 854.3 1.7 1.28 29.6 ASY 120B 390.7 ASY 295B 973.39 11.5 1.68 6.7 157.3 2. Packaged chillers are rated with ARI standard 550/590-98.4 2.4 391.6 1.0 520.6 297.3 344.3 171.1 ASY 140B 479.9 541.62 34.0 1.46 44.31 23.30 19.40 49.69 51.4 794.

1 63.9 226.4 489.40 28.0 194.1 942.57 44.9 2.5 281.5 673.2 363.4 1.7 81.2 212.5 312.64 6.59 6.1 492.1 2.16 30.0 1.5 334.4 502.5 2.0 655.50 9.0 357.4 2.85 29.42 15.6 2.0 940.3 129.5 449.3 412.73 6.6 2.3 1.53 46.83 26.0 615.3 17 ASY 060B 216.2 2.6 2.8 990.4 1030.9 ASY 270B 942.5 261.9 554.1 2.1 262.3 195.4 1.05 48.87 27.1 184.72 52.67 31.4 446.0 583.5 1170.3 475.4 282.0 360.01 25.1 2.61 22.4 2.3 803.98 12.3 363.21 8.2 526.9 621.9 1.5 552.0 2.73 37.61 23. COMP.5 857.5 1236.1 52.3 418. Refer to electrical data for fan kW.2 91.3 149.36 19.3 677.3 946.65 14.7 2.8 384.3 143.8 963.3 2.6 279.8 ASY 240B 825.3 128.3 1.6 453.1 632.95 58.4 2.6 881.05 33.6 244.8 1.59 19.3 259.67 29.7 197.58 8.4 1.8 1.34 49.7 2.2 2.1 1.4 670.4 1.2 629.0 107.0 1474.5 318.4 370.61 34.1 2.4 278.41 38.2 2.04 9.5 722.4 289.07 9.4 128.2 543.5 1.3 2.05 7.7 962.8 1.2 246. 3.3 245.5 400.3 386.6 897.4 463.7 476.3 2.3 731.5 402.2 1048.2 220.04 15.8 180.58 6.8 1.1 1.0 2.7 77.5 838.1 1192.1 398.1 2.1 166.2 2.5 162.4 191.47 8.0 2.1 334.6 324.7 613.5 567.74 5.3 199.3 1541.77 20.3 58.8 2.9 393.8 145.3 1. COMP.3 804.01 32.4 289.53 28.9 1173.9 486.4 2.49 12.5 2.42 25.6 1.47 23.47 40.2 1.48 12. Packaged chillers are rated with ARI standard 550/590-98.8 1.7 1082.93 45.0 228.8 859.3 1.9 1.43 56.0 470.8 ASY 475B 1662.9 1.9 433.9 ASY 200B 700.8 105.9 552.94 46.9 2.2 1.2 654.0 1017.1 2.81 18.77 30.1 327. COMP.3 245.37 13.6 964.2 774.8 1.63 29.02 15.83 18.4 2.2 ASY 295B 1048.42 50.6 218.5 467.9 213.5 813.2 1.81 23.1 139.6 2.0 2.85 23.9 1.2 451.2 1.00 14.7 292.9 707. Do not extrapolate.5 1.3 1472.1 70.54 31.2 311.6 1265.9 2.75 10.14 5.3 1003.48 13.0 391.38 64.40 20.96 46.5 1.68 43.6 376.9 2.6 1.50 19.8 549.86 16.8 277.1 256.98 18.9 443. COMP.8 1388.83 16.66 17.3 1132.5 2.9 1.2 2.38 54.48 36.6 78.1 1.4 390.8 ASY 500B 1708.7 367.9 2.85 10.5 2.0 201.8 440.9 170.4 200.08 43.36 63.9 1.7 691.12 29.63 19.4 148.Coefficient of Performance .51 12.1 2.60 7.3 1.2 1377.4 ASY 170B 583. Performance data are based on 60C water range in evaporator.6 172.7 583.8 286.3 598.6 939.5 332.5 2.78 44.8 2.0 1094.6 1.9 435.0 195.12 8.42 11.1 619.1 1.4 1.1 1.7 97.98 50.46 22.5 649.2 1.7 2.98 23.1 344.62 12.0 2.0 1501.0 3.0 163.0 1.8 348.6 154.6 197.95 49.3 1.1 2.7 305.0 915.1 1.47 38.4 599. kW power input is for compressor only.1 277.6 883.71 10.8 2.52 27.9 1.33 30.45 32.47 16.7 755.3 1.60 5.4 1268.58 26.5 218.49 23.65 13.0 1.0 ASY 090B 330.46 26.6 1.6 1.7 345.99 26.2 164.0 ASY 150B 520.3 239.9 1.1 2.9 1.30 30.4 1.0 1659.3 219.9 673.8 533.69 49.3 2.9 1.2 750.1 2.2 718.6 2.0 2.2 1299.71 33.46 18.6 244.1 2.45 12.5 1.8 ASY 270B 967.62 33.57 58.8 567.7 605.0 2.0 371.6 72.8 202.3 ASY 230B 807.4 ASY 180B 636.4 1459.45 22.6 382.4 ASY 330B 1179.42 24.58 11.5 276.6 2.5 342.5 1.62 55.6 77. Ratings are based on 0.6 448.5 ASY 160B 557.0 350.6 907.2 838.67 20.7 ASY 450B 1563.2 768.60 32.5 464.3 433.47 52.09 11.2 370.9 98.6 428.57 25.7 2.8 161.8 2.3 ASY 130B 453.6 203.0 618.7 1.2 482.5 505.52 19.12 41.9 319.1 2.8 269.4 2.78 17.9 211.3 115.8 988.8 541.0 ASY 180B 616.9 507.4 ASY 400B 1358.43 17.8 1.9 ASY 050B 177.7 2.0 1086.8 1.1 597.2 2.5 1261.1 146.4 1.2 623.4 808.8 2.2 1.0 360. 5.4 ASY 240B 836.7 332.8 1.3 1158.4 1.30 65.2 507.4 583.8 3.6 189.2 ASY 070B 233.4 ASY 140B 485.1 ASY 160B 544.62 33.46 10.95 12.9 1.6 71.8 376.5 870.0 2.4 2.04 8.74 66.6 454.5 1.68 8.7 482.0 490.38 9.0 278.5 1.91 48.51 30.05 11.4 1.3 250.6 327.0 ASY 420B 1452.9 414.8 1.37 28.6 ASY 130B 459.7 886.1 1.8 2.6 536.7 2.55 57.1 786.2 620.4 407.52 46.87 30.4 447.60 23.60 54.6 354.32 66.2 3.8 1.0 97.4 294.9 337.3 237.8 1.9 682.7 718.3 684.6 1.0 97.7 1358. COP .61 19.2 2.57 32.1 144.81 59.1 865. Direct interpolation is permissible.81 21.63 17.9 2.9 ASY 080B 259.03 24.8 65.8 1360.2 1.6 1.8 2. 6. FLOW COP COP FLOW COP COP COP (LCWT) (kW) kW (LPS) (kW) kW (LPS) (kW) kW (LPS) (kW) kW (LPS) (kW) kW (LPS) ASY 050B 171.4 2.2 1.6 132.8 1.8 2.5 251.4 424.9 1.2 296. LPS .9 1388.08 36.1 263.3 2.3 2.9 130.1 1.2 487.72 50.3 276.4 413.6 2.5 212.6 1055.6 2.7 390.6 301.2 1277.1 274.26 15.5 1.4 2.3 221. COMP.6 440.7 3.62 46.3 213.1 2.9 1.5 251.9 1.4 911.4 2.2 ASY 100B 353.3 1003.7 2.92 18.7 1.5 1.8 1.1 297.37 50.5 95.48 21.66 19.Compressor power input 1.4 1306.1 598.6 551.0 501.6 73.50 28.0 88.7 513.57 5.5 636.52 8.8 2.6 ASY 375B 1342.28 15.63 8.6 1212.0 1.0 ASY 500B 1730.6 1.6 2.9 1.6 2.6 88.6 96.5 530.4 774.44 16.4 ASY 420B 1498.81 37.80 17.6 363.88 62.48 58.1 2.90 13.0 184. SIZE CAP.8 2.46 17.1 209.1 1636.1 2.9 1.67 32.1 187.8 556.46 15. FLOW CAP.9 1.1 424.8 223.8 450.8 2.7 ASY 140B 490.3 560.45 11. FLOW CAP.6 127.9 2.9 1319.2 672.23 31.1 155.7 2.3 1.7 296.90 25.7 3.74 43.8 511.6 1.8 395.4 1.3 86.9 295.0 2.4 1.4 2.1 1.8 221.05 35.2 128.0 1.8 2.5 261.1 ASY 450B 1589.2 114.66 47.5 1434.9 707.2 1.0 2.01 21.9 ASY 170B 595.8 669.77 67.0 641.4 215.46 53.4 86.5 ASY 070B 244.9 1.3 374.8 1.8 2.1 1.2 239.1 1.0 2.0 2.5 431.0 196.7 670.99 38.8 2.91 63.4 248.44 23.2 ASY 080B 273.47 25.2 1.7 307.47 27.0 161.64 24.64 35.86 13.4 1500.50 19.1 762.57 40.8 497.3 2.9 791.4 486.97 59.6 2.8 1061.9 LEGEND: NOTES: kW .7 507.40 54.4 1328.1 383.3 1.7 572.3 7 0C ASY 215B 763.3 1.8 74.3 148.3 814.4 915.3 1.1 78.06 54.42 55.9 1369.9 2.54 25.55 6.68 68.5 6 0C ASY 215B 750.8 284.40 41.39 27.2 211.8 210.0 484.8 671.59 6.25 32.4 1.9 639.6 ASY 230B 795.2 284.2 2.1 1.4 529.5 318.2 1402.5 2.99 6.42 35.75 53.4 1.81 7.0 275.37 26.7 208.6 647.1 495.85 38.1 2.1 716.1 705.1 591.6 2.2 2.4 1.8 698.79 22.57 17.02 52.69 36.9 247.3 80.3 829.4 1144.9 258.89 27.7 294.4 ASY 310B 1104.7 2.6 468.8 1.9 252.2 540.6 394.9 135.60 26.51 13. PERFORMANCE DATA (Metric units) LEAVING 350C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 400C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 460C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 520C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 550C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE CHILLED UNIT WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER TEMP.1 506.61 11.3 1.72 27.0 333.3 1173.1 653.4 449.4 383.8 ASY 250B 865.5 2.7 1.6 2.1 2.3 198.3 354.3 196.4 53.8 480.0 1.4 287.6 1.2 ASY 190B 679.7 1.41 21.9 115. 4.6 580.5 943.78 5.55 35.4 179.90 61.9 611.2 130.2 1.0 584.2 831.7 181.44 39.48 33.2 417.0 2.7 153.7 308.8 162.000018 (m2 -0C/W) fouling factor for evaporator.7 65.2 2.00 46.2 402.20 18.4 120.51 59.4 146.4 588.6 103.8 1.49 45.55 48.7 1.9 ASY 100B 346.8 331.36 40.8 188.98 9.9 2.8 331.7 550.9 2.4 178.49 45.6 1.5 474.3 2.2 990. CAP.5 1132.7 495.3 710.51 41.78 6.5 196.1 ASY 060B 207.2 564.2 396.0 487.5 1.94 28.6 156.2 2.8 275.4 1153.9 540.98 47.7 1.63 24.5 714.4 2.75 21.9 2.41 26.1 426.68 20.76 28.92 62.9 1.7 256.1 2.7 1.5 299.3 366.5 171.0 548.5 ASY 330B 1153.3 146.20 7.1 650.3 129.7 1.7 2.8 2.2 2.7 ASY 350B 1214.1 279.8 1.7 664.4 2.9 595.42 22.1 413.5 749.5 343.5 2.0 1042.7 438.8 1. COP for entire unit.2 1.1 258.85 55.9 708.5 322.91 28.7 347.1 1.2 171.1 551.44 25.1 323.0 759.2 ASY 200B 679.6 2.53 10.8 424.47 36.04 42.3 64.0 531.76 7.1 535.7 2.1 1.2 473.8 2.1 493.2 814.1 338.2 2.8 264.65 38.2 2.9 1.3 399.0 2.0 160.3 629.6 1.1 370.3 ASY 120B 415.51 34.97 26.6 1.6 1.1 2.82 27.67 14.9 2.7 436.4 223.68 8.9 305.6 747.1 345.2 1.1 2.3 437.9 58.0 683.0 2.7 310.1 649.6 1205.8 2.4 248.5 192.4 453.4 886.95 18.1 1021.9 2.97 24.50 16.40 13.76 57.6 392.22 18.4 2.0 2.2 311.9 403.0 1113.2 1236.2 726.7 90.86 40.8 1.5 185.5 881.9 1.7 2.3 2.1 769.7 217.5 ASY 400B 1402.6 1.4 347.5 1.76 13.8 462.48 23.01 19.8 367.0 1.2 2.7 264.3 ASY 150B 531.0 295.5 172.1 2.1 ASY 120B 407.04 21.1 1.5 2.15 8.0 2.3 ASY 090B 337.53 43.1 2.51 37.2 70.37 16.3 174.3 180.7 1.3 ASY 295B 1023.3 2.8 ASY 350B 1240.8 1.6 2.60 41.19 6.9 129.8 556.4 570.45 21.3 316.8 2.70 32.3 ASY 250B 890.44 51.6 404.6 737.67 10.84 24.3 1.1 ASY 475B 1685.4 184.8 1.2 1605.5 602.2 648.69 39.09 55. FLOW CAP.9 307.9 363.66 9.3 1580.8 228.5 544.5 ASY 190B 658.1 169.63 7.2 2.1 963.9 2.3 183.70 69.9 1.8 1038.43 15.6 506.51 39.3 1.8 122.96 37.3 564.Liters Per Second 2.43 22.64 42.7 191.6 1.80 54.0 109.0 180.4 ASY 310B 1079.90 41.7 607.99 34.03 14.65 22.3 384.5 2.4 2.06 22.74 29.2 1565.39 16.7 613.1 103.0 172.2 114.98 9.38 20.5 1.2 807.1 2.5 ASY 375B 1317.79 14.46 43.8 230.4 697.5 1.08 40.4 1098.7 1413.04 35.14 7.7 708.3 102.54 16.01 21.5 277.

41 27.2 638.8 1.5 1.5 1.4 977.9 1647.63 14.75 34.4 1.Coefficient of Performance .2 288.5 ASY 050B 191.3 1.5 1255.1 1.03 30.0 2.7 ASY 150B 581.8 1.4 578.70 7.61 57.4 252.80 14.4 2.91 57.4 298.3 375.7 1441.54 13.5 508.1 2.23 39.3 1.1 192. COP for entire unit.8 313.8 2.4 238.9 186.0 474.7 2.05 29.4 200.13 57.6 875.7 1.94 27.6 332.8 602.89 7.5 557.8 406.17 53.3 2.1 2.12 29.1 2.9 929.9 1498.1 1.1 100.8 770.73 8.5 2.6 2.5 2.1 1.1 2.96 64.4 152.1 738.7 491.3 486.4 ASY 100B 384.9 1.51 10. LPS . kW power input is for compressor only.6 1354.75 38.47 40.3 1.60 29.03 27.2 1.07 25.4 1.8 204.73 48.37 34.7 1.44 20.1 897.97 29.55 45.9 2.2 1.5 767.2 316.7 2.17 42.8 330.7 943.3 66.7 443.5 1419.46 33.62 30.03 68.5 399.0 836.84 11.7 2.1 1275.7 2.9 135.6 ASY 200B 720.5 61.10 65.1 204.85 74.2 1.3 559.0 932.2 247.9 2.0 126. FLOW COP COP FLOW COP COP COP (LCWT) (kW) kW (LPS) (kW) kW (LPS) (kW) kW (LPS) (kW) kW (LPS) (kW) kW (LPS) ASY 050B 181.5 863.5 546.54 22.0 242.4 ASY 080B 282.10 34.4 10 0C ASY 215B 833.89 31.5 972.7 1.12 54.5 1.0 381.5 2.3 1074.89 58.9 356.8 327.5 498.9 2.79 54.0 2.0 1117.54 24.5 72.3 737.9 786.0 259.9 1540.6 1643.5 1.6 1.0 230.4 556.6 151.6 2.67 24. 5.72 31.73 61.0 ASY 475B 1721.6 1.4 2.9 939.7 805.7 266.24 19.68 19.0 1.44 57.2 2.95 63.72 9.5 2.2 496.3 419.9 1.000018 (m2 -0C/W) fouling factor for evaporator.4 78.7 569.56 39.9 2.70 29.1 2.1 2.6 246.93 8.6 2.3 2.9 1.8 1231.13 37.1 220.77 39.91 24.5 303.5 2.09 49.46 16.6 1026.9 2.61 9.52 22.6 1.62 31.0 2.6 404.2 521.9 1440.35 67.4 455.8 225.7 169.4 793.4 440.9 2.5 444.33 34.7 135.0 ASY 180B 656.51 27.2 3.3 3.1 1169.9 384.2 ASY 350B 1273.01 61.1 1.1 2.1 384.7 410.51 23.1 162.6 1.99 20.56 29.5 594.8 3.0 187.9 527.5 418.3 368.7 ASY 150B 547.1 2.5 1457.3 1694.7 1102.06 20.1 1.5 2.52 69.0 407.5 567.2 354.45 42.06 14.65 57.5 1.6 625.6 2.4 556.69 23.0 325.90 19.1 401.2 ASY 180B 694.69 49.2 2.5 3.52 24.3 1146.84 14.45 13.0 1.1 532.5 2.9 74.1 627.63 19.9 2.9 590.3 1146.04 39.7 3.63 5.9 2.7 1802.3 130.4 ASY 295B 1081.2 2.2 325.1 ASY 375B 1374.7 2.9 ASY 250B 922.67 54.4 1.0 868.5 29.8 187.9 524.4 2.6 285.5 226.50 24.3 1.6 1.1 67. Performance data are based on 60C water range in evaporator.7 226.Compressor power input 1.0 1542.7 175.58 37.09 9.3 2.8 2.1 265.6 543.9 1139.4 153.4 1.95 26.7 435.4 1.61 24.1 289.1 274.4 381.9 357.1 385.0 1.2 266.2 1.8 1.7 776.53 46.02 13.6 1539.7 341. Do not extrapolate.5 99.0 357.3 514.6 ASY 450B 1744.0 577.9 2.48 11.36 16.8 54.9 2.10 13.6 1225.6 226.2 2.57 23.86 21.8 488.7 55.6 689.9 453.8 2.8 149.68 34.3 923. Packaged chillers are rated with ARI standard 550/590-98.1 1.7 ASY 450B 1629.4 1.9 798.6 195.96 43.5 393.5 458.7 1.2 194.59 24.5 197. Direct interpolation is permissible.6 203. SIZE CAP.64 28.8 2.0 1.1 2.0 3.5 2.7 2.7 119.4 643.77 19. Ratings are based on 0.2 696.06 27.0 ASY 350B 1359.5 424.8 343.26 8.9 1307.0 297.3 281.72 20.7 ASY 120B 425.3 255.54 31.9 979.2 637.9 2.3 1.0 2.2 864.7 557.81 31.7 191.4 781.5 1541.7 347.56 61.8 2.8 133.2 ASY 130B 468.2 ASY 160B 611.1 2.7 2.1 ASY 230B 824.6 2.0 1468.24 7.0 ASY 375B 1463.6 914.8 482.3 2.0 403.72 15.7 397.8 206.2 1.9 602.5 261.2 1.4 165.4 2.80 22.6 2.5 123.2 106.75 11.0 75.97 32.6 3.7 285.07 46.59 49.5 1431.9 1.6 ASY 310B 1136.16 26.3 2.23 47.5 558.55 14.9 2.5 176.95 65.2 294.2 166.64 26.5 202.6 ASY 170B 610.2 1287.9 3.0 ASY 090B 371.9 2.7 2.4 176.6 219.1 2.35 9.2 648.7 693.62 6.6 250.8 562. COP .7 304.7 478.5 1.5 1.0 266.1 698.22 6.2 791.9 2.6 460.80 37.54 14.67 14.06 53.5 186.5 1329.71 45.4 148.3 527.72 12. COMP.8 2.9 499.1 2.0 1090.3 2.2 ASY 140B 497.76 7.3 365.43 17.95 13.6 3.0 2.3 199.5 2.32 8.17 23.4 100.0 447.18 8.1 1348.63 15.3 693.28 9.9 2.1 1. FLOW CAP.3 83.9 403.8 178.9 ASY 240B 902.5 218.76 24.85 7.0 572.5 736.06 26.2 253.4 1. 6.9 471.6 1.5 725.8 351.3 2.4 785.72 20.7 1.7 656.09 50.5 2.58 48.1 472.64 43.3 74.4 1.4 60.3 517.7 182.9 383.5 323.5 ASY 500B 1874.0 2.9 471.1 112.2 209.54 42.1 560.0 1209.5 94.84 36.3 ASY 190B 738.82 8.1 2.9 328.6 ASY 295B 1153. Refer to electrical data for fan kW.9 1136.1 375.4 818.1 309.3 266.94 48.04 48.30 15.99 19.1 2.18 16.79 48.3 335.45 71.6 1.9 ASY 400B 1445.28 32.83 44.1 ASY 240B 851.4 869.0 706.7 ASY 070B 252.14 56.1 304.5 2.62 21.5 2.2 741.3 616.3 2.1 1.3 699.36 31.8 131.2 2.7 630.7 510.1 ASY 270B 999.9 2.0 ASY 200B 759.4 ASY 120B 455.3 956.0 2.1 2.5 793.7 3.7 159.5 282.8 317.5 2.8 2.2 ASY 130B 500.94 15.5 1.2 2.55 29.80 16.62 45.5 1.6 458.41 51.8 623.9 3.2 555.13 44.0 8 0C ASY 215B 781.3 142.03 25.56 40.3 2.70 5.3 336.2 1.5 1049.60 18.0 1.9 654.3 2.7 1063.9 2.2 475.68 6.51 16.2 377.9 1.93 33.1 1.4 1428.9 1.7 1.73 30.86 61.0 1.2 281.2 292.16 51.8 1.91 39.61 45.8 658.81 10.5 214.4 3.90 17.9 2.10 7.4 2.1 ASY 070B 266. FLOW CAP.1 67. PERFORMANCE DATA (Metric units) LEAVING 350C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 400C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 460C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 520C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE 550C AMBIENT TEMPERATURE CHILLED UNIT WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER TEMP.6 1602.3 403.8 1.5 390.8 522.0 395.4 975.2 150.67 7.7 474.0 602.6 1.1 1.4 116.7 423.4 707.3 1074.93 28.08 15.74 7.13 12.81 7.2 3.8 1002.8 2.7 572.5 219.0 662.56 61.3 230.91 11.6 823.30 6.9 209.4 678.7 18 ASY 060B 235.3 458.5 433.7 2.1 375.57 25.9 231.0 2.2 609.4 ASY 060B 222.8 1.0 1053.7 1064.7 98.00 60.8 2.3 1252.55 8.9 ASY 190B 699.2 780.2 2.63 27.9 353.9 467.7 348.8 408.4 1.0 109.4 2.4 1.1 2.8 502.7 2.4 2.6 1.66 35.8 292.55 12.4 1.80 33.4 375.67 63.9 3.0 1.68 25.5 449.6 1.74 32.55 20.2 363.8 2.6 1.8 414.0 167.6 1192.7 1.7 ASY 420B 1628.70 13.3 2.42 65.3 2.8 157.1 519.2 274.54 19.8 255.2 387.1 1.8 654.8 524.9 310. 4.9 2.6 91.5 188.2 80.2 247.3 235.2 1753.7 2.8 870.1 2.8 502.5 347.1 2. FLOW CAP.9 1.73 21.6 223.2 260.67 66.8 90.19 24.7 2.80 68.2 89.1 148.5 2. COMP.9 427.5 227.5 215.6 1.2 172.0 700.1 2.1 351.8 151.4 2.5 1.8 65.3 728.74 70.82 29.6 74.2 612.4 2.70 18.46 21.96 24.8 2.9 2.1 1371.9 440.5 2.6 226.2 1.52 37.7 757.0 81.1 1020.52 34.4 447.12 42.82 17.0 1594.8 1.91 31.6 1.85 56.81 5.2 667.6 157.7 309.59 25.0 345.3 2.4 208.5 130.08 20.5 ASY 250B 986.2 1.2 1.5 2.56 58.0 143.5 633.1 455.9 1.1 3.6 1.6 503.1 1.6 1.52 26.52 54.4 1.9 92.9 342.9 375.5 3.9 542.2 444.4 2.7 678.5 1.6 3.3 2.0 278.9 284.9 725.1 1.92 73.7 471.24 10.1 506.3 932.0 199.5 378. COMP.03 18.85 35.0 1.27 45.6 516.1 272.9 280.5 267.9 1.4 370.7 2.53 17.0 577.4 3.60 11.4 2.0 1.1 1243.7 ASY 500B 1763.1 ASY 160B 573.2 1.6 1.2 738.14 21.6 1656.8 1.65 33.23 61.0 2.4 703.51 55.8 ASY 170B 648.6 1.00 50.2 620. COMP.6 431.87 41.6 1.9 669.7 110.2 422.7 173.7 2.5 2.65 12.60 37.16 10.0 ASY 310B 1211.6 106.69 51.2 503.2 1146.1 373.4 2.5 101.2 894.7 744.1 747.02 42.9 724.7 3.9 1704.1 ASY 330B 1294.3 603.9 1.0 215.6 ASY 090B 347.58 32.4 2.6 262.3 171.0 298.3 1.Liters Per Second 2.6 739.3 668.76 36.18 17.4 198.9 1.01 11.49 54.5 2.3 533.76 27.56 13.8 1204.0 220.7 3.79 22.0 727.0 304.4 133.7 511.9 838.61 28.0 625.3 655.4 2.3 732.0 823.8 412.23 13.58 10.3 3.4 2.4 221.3 2.0 1.4 678.1 2.1 186.60 18.4 286.7 131.22 32.6 634.0 LEGEND: NOTES: kW .4 1381.5 79.6 2.8 104.0 439.3 2.7 1.7 1530.6 861.2 1025.78 9.7 913.7 197.1 237.7 392.2 359.33 20.5 2.0 214.74 26.9 2.4 493.00 47.3 1.60 17.4 1.19 36.60 59.54 27.08 69.2 302.8 ASY 230B 876.54 43.9 562.97 23.0 2.47 26.72 9.7 204.8 412.7 187.2 1317.54 17.6 2.4 685.8 344.67 43.44 29.6 743.8 173.2 1.4 630.88 6. COMP.9 ASY 420B 1543.4 177.6 180.0 647.14 10.5 2.4 167.9 323.9 ASY 400B 1527.19 7.3 1197.2 331.8 1.08 16.1 462.68 36. 3.0 229.48 58.7 659.8 1.7 ASY 330B 1212.7 498.9 2.14 27.6 606.1 182.62 40.8 843.8 1.0 ASY 475B 1834.87 18.0 1543.65 42.2 284.2 120.1 589.4 1.9 819.2 432.9 586.5 1009.9 281.76 52.1 98.9 ASY 080B 297.5 145.8 3.8 877.7 466.4 354.9 1.7 350.4 569.4 193.0 1.7 306.7 117.76 52.9 134.9 259.4 683.9 1.6 1360.7 1.7 1.3 2.23 40.49 17.6 254.2 1.6 1083. CAP.3 621.5 553.59 50.73 40.83 45.4 1.4 1.5 2.8 1.5 2.8 249.0 59.1 2.1 279.1 537.05 31.5 2.5 286.8 476.10 22.8 1294.6 1434.8 1160.6 1.3 1.4 587.6 ASY 100B 362.1 924.5 456.62 17.9 996.2 619.68 40.6 89.1 2.2 2.62 21.71 46.11 36.7 73.8 324.08 22.0 304.84 22.3 1099.4 1.5 288.6 1004.5 549.8 368.5 201.9 81.50 18.5 300.4 ASY 140B 528.8 3.66 11.2 ASY 270B 1067.

.2 534 3 160 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 3.0 1224 3 422 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 6. 10.5 742 3 255 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 3.8 423 3 132 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 3.0 5 230 600 2.30 PW 460-3-60 414 506 187 326 1 138.2 5 230 600 2.7 885 3 283 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 6.2 2 230 200 0.50 15.60 14.8 4 230 600 2. (each) (each) Poles MTA Qty.30 PW ASY 080B 380-3-60 342 418 224 391 1 167.1 2 230 300 1. failing to do so will affect unit MOCP .30 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 371 648 1 277.61 PW ASY 130B 380-3-60 342 418 354 499 2 144.05 4.00 48.8 423 3 132 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2. Qty.78 4.5 665 3 222 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 3. not permanent.5 742 3 255 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3.61 PW LEGEND: NOTES: MCA .1 2 230 200 0. The ±10% voltage variation from the nominal is allowed for a short time only.52 6.40 20.30 PW ASY 060B 380-3-60 342 418 169 295 1 125. Minimum and maximum unit supply voltages are shown in the tabulated data above.10 9.7 612 3 192 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3. UNIT WIND- SIZE Nominal RLA LRA CB CB RLA LRA CB CB FLA Total CB Total Total ING Min. Maximum Over Current Protection performance & terms of warranty.40 11.8 612 3 211 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 3.50 11.61 PW ASY 160B 380-3-60 342 418 412 580 2 167.00 14.74 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 517 725 2 208.00 24.00 14.0 520 3 166 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3.6 807 3 268 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3.61 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 643 907 2 264.6 3 230 400 1.52 12.30 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 323 562 1 239. RLA .1 3 230 400 1.00 28.00 35.50 11.9 631 3 201 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2.93 4. FCA Volts (V-Ph-Hz) (each) (each) Poles MTA Qty.2 4 230 600 2.0 3 230 400 1.6 885 3 265 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 5.50 19.6 807 3 268 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 3.8 4 230 600 2.61 PW ASY 140B 380-3-60 342 418 387 547 2 159.93 4.10 12.30 PW 460-3-60 414 506 141 245 1 104. RLA values are based on nominal conditions.30 PW ASY 070B 380-3-60 342 418 195 340 1 144.78 4.87 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 280 488 1 208.0 5 230 600 2.1 2 230 300 1.00 35.00 48.4 2 230 300 1.00 36.61 PW 19 ASY 120B 380-3-60 342 418 311 437 2 125.4 423 3 141 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 3.00 24. 9. Part Winding Start Compressor 7.2 534 3 160 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2. FLA .00 21. Full Load Amps 5.60 14.7 2 230 300 1. PW .52 15. All field wiring must be in accordance with NEC and local standards.52 12.50 19.2 5 230 600 2.0 1224 3 382 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 6.2 4 230 600 2. On units having MCA greater than 500 MCM wire.20 28.74 PW 460-3-60 414 506 207 290 2 82. Circuit Breaker two or more parallel field wires per pole phase.40 11.40 21.10 12.6 3 230 400 1.61 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 684 961 2 277. Main power must be supplied from a single field supplied and mounted fused disconnects. ELECTRICAL DATA SUPPLY VOLTAGE COMPRESSOR TYPE-1 COMPRESSOR TYPE-2 CONDENSER FAN MOTORS CRANKCASE HEATER COMP.00 61.61 PW ASY 150B 380-3-60 342 418 394 554 2 159. kW . the factory supplied power terminal block will accept CB .10 15.50 7.00 35.4 2 230 300 1.9 631 3 201 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3.74 PW 460-3-60 414 506 220 308 2 88.0 534 3 171 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 3.61 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 655 919 2 264.0 1224 3 382 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 6.20 28.74 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 434 611 2 176.50 15.6 885 3 265 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 6.87 PW 460-3-60 414 506 115 197 1 82.87 PW ASY 050B 380-3-60 342 418 137 237 1 100. Rated Load Amps 2.52 15.00 28.00 21.9 742 3 232 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3.10 12.10 6.40 21.52 6.2 4 230 600 2.52 9.8 612 3 211 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3.) Watts Amps 208/230-3-60 187 253 227 393 1 165. Max.40 11. LRA . and type 2 are the small compressors or compressor without Economizer.10 9.0 4 230 600 2.00 48. Neutral line required on 380V-3Ph-60Hz power supply only.00 28.74 PW ASY 090B 380-3-60 342 418 247 347 2 100.40 20.1 2 230 300 1. Minimum Circuit Ampacity per NEC 430-24 1.0 1040 3 333 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 6. (each) kW (Qty.00 35.0 2 230 300 1.10 15.5 665 3 222 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3.0 1330 3 443 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 6.61 PW 460-3-60 414 506 325 456 2 131.8 4 230 600 2. MTA .61 PW 460-3-60 414 506 332 463 2 131.74 PW ASY 100B 380-3-60 342 418 262 369 2 107.0 3 230 400 1. Qty. The maximum incoming wire size is 500 MCM.61 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 587 826 2 239.0 5 230 600 2. Must Trip Amps 4. The compressor crankcase heaters must be energized for 12 hours before the unit is initially started or after a prolonged power disconnection.52 9.7 2 230 200 0.40 11. Kilo Watt 8.30 PW 460-3-60 414 506 164 283 1 119.0 5 230 600 2. Fan Circuit Amps 6.00 36. MCA MOCP Qty. Locked Rotor Amps 3. Under compressor type 1 are the big compressors or compressor with economizer.61 PW 460-3-60 414 506 262 366 2 104.0 4 230 600 2.1 3 230 400 1.61 PW 460-3-60 414 506 347 485 2 138.00 61.0 2 230 300 1.52 12.50 7.0 4 230 600 2. using dual element time delay fuse or circuit breaker.20 28.2 2 230 300 1.50 15.0 1224 3 422 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 6. FCA .0 1040 3 333 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 5.10 6.61 PW 460-3-60 414 506 297 417 2 119.7 612 3 192 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3.05 4.9 742 3 232 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3.30 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 409 575 2 165.0 1330 3 443 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 6.0 520 3 166 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2. Customer to specify the exact nominal power supply available at site so that electrical components are selected accurately.

22 PW ASY 310B 380-3-60 342 418 769 936 4 167. .2 6 230 900 3.00 73.40 56.0 1330 3 472 1 2 277.3 8 230 1200 5.91 PW 20 ASY 240B 380-3-60 342 418 623 802 3 178. RLA .3 8 230 1200 5.91 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 982 1190 4 208.5 665 3 222 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 3.00 73.6 807 3 268 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 3.52 18.91 PW ASY 200B 380-3-60 342 418 504 646 3 142. FCA .40 56. Full Load Amps 5.0 8 230 1200 5.00 73.7 665 3 236 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 3.2 6 230 900 3.0 520 3 166 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 3.50 30.0 1040 3 333 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 6.10 18.91 PW ASY 215B 380-3-60 342 418 564 732 2 167.91 PW 460-3-60 414 506 473 612 2 138.61 PW 460-3-60 414 506 367 515 2 147.0 1330 3 472 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 6.0 6 230 900 3.2 6 230 900 3.91 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 935 1212 2 277.0 1330 3 443 2 2 239 1224 3 382 2 16 6.0 6 230 900 3.0 6 230 900 3. RLA values are based on nominal conditions.9 742 3 232 2 16 3. Minimum and maximum unit supply voltages are shown in the tabulated data above. Kilo Watt 8.40 56.10 24. 9.52 24. Qty.61 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 749 957 3 208.00 42.00 42. 10. Rated Load Amps 2. Under compressor type 1 are the big compressors or compressor with economizer.50 22.91 PW ASY 190B 380-3-60 342 418 488 630 2 142.22 PW 460-3-60 414 506 607 746 2 138.00 42.7 665 3 236 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 3.10 18.50 30.91 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 1032 1327 3 295.2 6 230 900 3.9 631 3 201 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 3. Neutral line required on 380V-3Ph-60Hz power supply only.00 42.10 24.0 8 230 1200 5.00 73. and type 2 are the small compressors or compressor without Economizer.6 8 230 1200 5.5 665 3 222 2 2 119.7 612 3 192 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 3.0 1224 3 382 1 12 6.50 30.10 18.8 807 3 286 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 3.80 42.91 PW 460-3-60 414 506 522 670 3 147.7 612 3 192 2 16 3.91 PW 460-3-60 414 506 424 541 3 117.9 742 3 232 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 3.00 97.91 PW 460-3-60 414 506 504 651 1 147.52 18.52 24.00 56.10 15.2 6 230 900 3.0 1330 3 472 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 6.0 8 230 1200 5.00 56.52 18. LRA . The compressor crankcase heaters must be energized for 12 hours before the unit is initially started or after a prolonged power disconnection.91 PW 460-3-60 414 506 410 528 2 117.0 6 230 900 3.91 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 810 1045 2 235.52 18. the factory supplied power terminal block will accept CB . Locked Rotor Amps 3.50 22.5 665 3 222 2 12 3. UNIT WIND- SIZE Nominal RLA LRA CB CB RLA LRA CB CB FLA Total CB Total Total ING Min. Customer to specify the exact nominal power supply available at site so that electrical components are selected accurately. (each) kW (Qty.0 1330 3 443 2 1 239.22 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 1199 1476 2 277.00 35. Must Trip Amps 4.50 22.2 6 230 900 3.7 612 3 192 1 12 3.2 6 230 900 3.91 PW ASY 230B 380-3-60 342 418 601 780 1 178.00 61. Main power must be supplied from a single field supplied and mounted fused disconnects.50 22.80 42.0 6 230 900 3.22 PW 460-3-60 414 506 645 783 4 138.6 807 3 268 2 1 144. ELECTRICAL DATA SUPPLY VOLTAGE COMPRESSOR TYPE-1 COMPRESSOR TYPE-2 CONDENSER FAN MOTORS CRANKCASE HEATER COMP.22 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 1275 1552 4 277.40 56.80 42. (each) (each) Poles MTA Qty. Circuit Breaker two or more parallel field wires per pole phase.) Watts Amps 208/230-3-60 187 253 725 1020 2 295.2 6 230 900 3.61 PW ASY 170B 380-3-60 342 418 438 616 2 178. Max. failing to do so will affect unit MOCP .6 807 3 268 2 2 144. Maximum Over Current Protection performance & terms of warranty.6 807 3 268 2 12 3.50 22.00 73.00 42.91 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 996 1291 1 295.22 PW LEGEND: NOTES: MCA .50 22.00 97.2 6 230 900 3.10 18.0 1040 3 333 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 6.00 56.52 15.00 35.10 18.22 PW 460-3-60 414 506 498 602 4 104.8 807 3 286 1 2 167. Qty.80 42.9 631 3 201 1 12 3.00 97.52 24.0 8 230 1200 5.22 PW ASY 270B 380-3-60 342 418 672 817 4 144. kW .80 42. Part Winding Start Compressor 7.22 PW ASY 295B 380-3-60 342 418 723 891 2 167. not permanent.52 18. On units having MCA greater than 500 MCM wire. using dual element time delay fuse or circuit breaker. MCA MOCP Qty. Minimum Circuit Ampacity per NEC 430-24 1.91 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 837 1072 3 235. The ±10% voltage variation from the nominal is allowed for a short time only.0 6 230 900 3.3 8 230 1200 5. PW .10 24.10 24.80 42.00 56.2 5 230 600 2.50 19.00 73.7 665 3 236 1 2 138.6 8 230 1200 5.6 8 230 1200 5.9 742 3 232 1 12 3. FLA .52 24.91 PW 460-3-60 414 506 380 484 3 104.8 807 3 286 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 3.22 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 1113 1352 4 239.00 97.4 520 3 188 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 3.0 520 3 166 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 3.2 6 230 900 3.6 8 230 1200 5.22 PW ASY 250B 380-3-60 342 418 591 717 4 125. All field wiring must be in accordance with NEC and local standards.91 PW ASY 180B 380-3-60 342 418 451 577 3 125.3 8 230 1200 5.0 1040 3 376 2 1 208 1040 3 333 1 12 6.0 1224 3 382 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 6.22 PW 460-3-60 414 506 565 684 4 119.5 665 3 222 2 1 119.00 42.1 631 3 227 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 3.0 1330 3 443 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 6.10 18.9 631 3 201 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 3.4 520 3 188 2 1 104 520 3 166 1 12 3. MTA .50 30.0 5 230 600 2. FCA Volts (V-Ph-Hz) (each) (each) Poles MTA Qty.1 631 3 227 2 1 125.0 1330 3 443 2 12 6.0 1040 3 376 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 6. The maximum incoming wire size is 500 MCM.0 5 230 600 2.52 18. Fan Circuit Amps 6.2 6 230 900 3.2 6 230 900 3.

ELECTRICAL DATA SUPPLY VOLTAGE COMPRESSOR TYPE-1 COMPRESSOR TYPE-2 CONDENSER FAN MOTORS CRANKCASE HEATER COMP.50 41.2 11 230 1800 7.52 33.00 109.00 109.4 9 230 1800 7.7 612 3 192 2 22 3.5 665 3 222 3 3 119.10 33.7 612 3 192 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 3.7 612 3 192 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 3.0 1.0 1040 3 333 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 6.52 33. Kilo Watt 8. using dual element time delay fuse or circuit breaker.83 PW ASY 400B 380-3-60 342 418 983 1128 6 144.00 63.83 PW 460-3-60 414 506 1000 1148 6 147.20 63.83 PW 460-3-60 414 506 825 945 6 119.6 807 3 268 4 2 144.80 77.83 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 1924 2219 3 295.50 34. Fan Circuit Amps 6.6 807 3 268 3 3 144.52 27.4 11 230 1800 7.00 77. UNIT WIND- SIZE Nominal RLA LRA CB CB RLA LRA CB CB FLA Total CB Total Total ING Min.83 PW 460-3-60 414 506 713 817 6 104. All field wiring must be in accordance with NEC and local standards.8 423 3 132 2 18 3.4 11 230 1800 7.7 665 3 236 3 3 138.00 77. Neutral line required on 380V-3Ph-60Hz power supply only.50 41.20 63. PW .83 PW 21 ASY 475B 380-3-60 342 418 1161 1340 3 178.5 665 3 222 3 22 3. Maximum Over Current Protection performance & terms of warranty.8 9 230 1800 7.4 9 230 1600 6.83 PW LEGEND: NOTES: MCA . Max.2 11 230 1800 7.83 PW 460-3-60 414 506 811 931 6 119.2 534 3 160 2 18 3.10 27. Under compressor type 1 are the big compressors or compressor with economizer. On units having MCA greater than 500 MCM wire. Minimum Circuit Ampacity per NEC 430-24 1.8 9 230 1600 6.50 34.4 11 230 1800 7.2 11 230 1800 7.83 PW 460-3-60 414 506 886 1025 3 138.9 742 3 232 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 3. MCA MOCP Qty.10 33. Locked Rotor Amps 3.00 134.10 33.9 742 3 232 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 3.10 33.00 134.00 134. the factory supplied power terminal block will accept CB . RLA .4 11 230 1800 7.52 27. Main power must be supplied from a single field supplied and mounted fused disconnects.0 1224 3 382 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 6.83 PW ASY 450B 380-3-60 342 418 1080 1247 4 167.9 742 3 232 2 22 3. Full Load Amps 5.0 11 230 1800 7.6 885 3 265 2 18 6.50 34.0 1330 3 443 4 2 239. kW .9 631 3 201 4 2 100.0 1330 3 443 3 3 239 1224 3 382 3 22 6.0 1040 3 333 4 2 165.0 9 230 1800 7.00 77. failing to do so will affect unit MOCP .2 11 230 1800 7.0 9 230 1600 6.10 27. Must Trip Amps 4. FCA .52 33. Customer to specify the exact nominal power supply available at site so that electrical components are selected accurately.2 11 230 1800 7.00 77. not permanent.50 41.50 41. Rated Load Amps 2.80 77.5 665 3 222 4 2 119. and type 2 are the small compressors or compressor without Economizer. MTA . FCA Volts (V-Ph-Hz) (each) (each) Poles MTA Qty.0 520 3 166 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 3. Qty.83 PW 460-3-60 414 506 973 1120 3 147. Part Winding Start Compressor 7.83 PW ASY 350B 380-3-60 342 418 850 976 6 125. 10.83 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 1751 2028 3 277.0 11 230 1800 7.20 63.83 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 1789 2066 4 277.0 9 230 1800 7.0 11 230 1800 7.96 PW 460-3-60 414 506 671 775 4 104.4 9 230 1800 7.83 PW ASY 420B 380-3-60 342 418 1057 1224 3 167. Circuit Breaker two or more parallel field wires per pole phase. (each) kW (Qty.0 1330 3 472 3 3 277 1330 3 443 3 22 6.50 41. Qty.83 PW ASY375B 380-3-60 342 418 969 1114 6 144.00 63.6 807 3 268 3 22 3.83 PW 460-3-60 414 506 905 1044 4 138.0 1224 3 382 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 6.00 134.83 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 1978 2273 6 295. RLA values are based on nominal conditions.52 33.8 807 3 286 3 3 167. 9.0 11 230 1800 7.00 77.0 520 3 166 4 2 82.80 77. Minimum and maximum unit supply voltages are shown in the tabulated data above.00 134.7 665 3 236 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 3.83 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 1628 1867 6 239. (each) (each) Poles MTA Qty.10 33.96 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 1410 1618 6 208.4 11 230 1800 7. LRA .00 63. The maximum incoming wire size is 500 MCM. FLA .80 77.0 1330 3 472 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 6.9 631 3 201 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 3.52 33.83 PW 208/230-3-60 187 253 1604 1843 6 239.) Watts Amps 208/230-3-60 187 253 1325 1533 4 208.80 77. .8 9 230 1800 7. The compressor crankcase heaters must be energized for 12 hours before the unit is initially started or after a prolonged power disconnection.00 109.10 27.96 PW ASY 330B 380-3-60 342 418 799 925 4 125.0 11 230 1800 7.8 807 3 286 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 3.83 PW ASY 500B 380-3-60 342 418 1195 1374 6 178. The ±10% voltage variation from the nominal is allowed for a short time only.9 742 3 232 3 22 3.52 27.224 3 382 2 22 6.7 612 3 192 3 22 3.

CURVE No. 2. If an application requires certain water flow rate outside these limits. Minimum GPM Maximum GPM ASY050B 1 82 138 ASY215B 7 375 593 ASY060B 2 98 170 ASY230B 7 412 620 ASY070B 2 108 192 ASY240B 7 447 633 ASY080B 2 124 214 ASY250B 4 425 708 ASY090B 3 164 265 ASY270B 6 450 768 ASY100B 3 184 271 ASY295B 6 502 826 ASY120B 3 203 325 ASY310B 6 537 866 ASY130B 4 222 356 ASY330B 6 572 925 ASY140B 5 251 372 ASY350B 6 601 971 ASY150B 6 267 411 ASY375B 7 634 1048 ASY160B 6 272 437 ASY400B 7 650 1095 ASY170B 6 315 455 ASY420B 7 710 1164 ASY180B 7 301 498 ASY450B 8 779 1242 ASY190B 7 343 522 ASY475B 8 866 1297 ASY200B 7 365 534 ASY500B 8 920 1315 CONVERSION FACTOR: GPM = 0.063 Liters per second. CURVE No. OF WATER) 20 8 9 10 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1200 1500 FLOW RATE . WATER SIDE PRESSURE DROP 200 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 60 70 80 90 100 8 50 40 30 PRESSURE DROP (FT.989 Kilo Pascal (kpa). NOTE: 1. 22 . please check with your nearest dealer/sales office. then the total water flow must be divided by 2 while applying the above curves (applicable for models ASY250B . Minimum GPM Maximum GPM MODEL No. If the chiller has 2 evaporators. Feet of water = 2.ASY500B.GPM MODEL No.

LEAVING RETURN WATER WATER CHILLER # 1 CONTROL PANEL IN COOLER 1 OUT IN COOLER 2 OUT FLS1 FLS2 FS (FIELD INSTALLATION] (FIELD INSTALLATION] FS RWT RETURN WATER SENSOR (FIELD INSTALLATION] LWT LEAVING WATER SENSOR (FIELD INSTALLATION] CHILLER # 2 CONTROL PANEL IN COOLER 1 OUT IN COOLER 2 OUT FLS1 FLS2 FS (FIELD INSTALLATION] (FIELD INSTALLATION] FS RWT RETURN WATER SENSOR (FIELD INSTALLATION] LWT LEAVING WATER SENSOR (FIELD INSTALLATION] CHILLER # n CONTROL PANEL IN COOLER 1 OUT IN COOLER 2 OUT FLS1 FLS2 FS (FIELD INSTALLATION] (FIELD INSTALLATION] FS RWT RETURN WATER SENSOR (FIELD INSTALLATION] LEGEND : LWT BULB WELL FOR THE LWT/RWT (ZAC NOT SUPPLIED) LEAVING WATER SENSOR (FIELD INSTALLATION] LWT LEAVING WATER SENSOR (ZAC SUPPLIED . 2. CHECK WITH THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT FOR THE FULL DETAILS > or < WATER DIRECTION AND ACCURATE DRAWING.LOOSE PART) NOTE : RWT RETURN WATER SENSOR (ZAC SUPPLIED . For chiller with 2 coolers.HARDWIRE FROM FLOW SWITCH AND LWT/RWT SHOULD BE ROUTED HARD WIRE TO THE UNIT CONTROLLER (ZAC NOT SUPPLIED) INDIVIDUALLY AND DIRECT TO THE UNIT CONTROLLER. RECOMMENDED INSTALLATION LEAVING/RETURN WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR & WATER FLOW SWITCH NOTE: 1. Water flow switch should be installed vertically on the horizontal pipe line closed to the leaving water port of every cooler.LOOSE PART) 1. FS WATER FLOW SWITCH / FLS# (ZAC SUPPLIED AS OPTIONAL) 2. 23 .REFER TO THE WATER PIPE LINE (CONTRACTOR SCOPE) ACTUAL UNIT WIRING DIAGRAM FOR DETAILS. leaving water temperature sensor and return water temperature sensor should be installed in the water piping main header of every chiller.

ASY080B 275 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS. 24 . UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. ASY070B & ASY080B DIMENSIONS MODEL A ASY060B 100 ASY070B . DIMENSIONS ASY050B ASY060B.

25 . UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. DIMENSIONS ASY090B & ASY100B ASY120B. ASY130B & ASY140B NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS.

ASY200B 2075 2200 1650 ASY215B 2185 2700 1115 ASY230B . ASY200B. DIMENSIONS ASY150B.ASY240B 2185 3200 800 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS. ASY190B. ASY215B. ASY230B & ASY240B DIMENSIONS MODEL A B C ASY180B . 26 . ASY160B & ASY170B ASY180B. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.

DIMENSIONS ASY250B.ASY310B 483 1940 2200 27 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS. ASY270B. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. . ASY295B & ASY310B DIMENSIONS MODEL A B C ASY250B 422 1890 2250 ASY270B .

ASY350B & ASY375B 28 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS. DIMENSIONS ASY330B. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. .

ASY500B 2130 3474 510 29 NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS. ASY475B & ASY500B DIMENSIONS MODEL A B C ASY400B .ASY420B 2200 3420 483 ASY450B . DIMENSIONS ASY400B. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. ASY420B. . ASY450B.

TYPICAL SCHEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAM (PART WINDING START) HVTB L1 REFER TO UNIT L2 NAMEPLATE FOR POWER SUPPLY L3 ETB/LUG CB17 CB18 CB19 CB20 CB1 CB3 CB2 CB4 L1A L1I L1J L1K L1L L1B L2C L3C L2D L3D L2A L3A L2B L3B L1C L1D NTB L2I L2J L2K L2L CC1 CC3 CC2 CC4 N (SEE NOTE -7) L3I L3J L3K L3L FMC1 FMC2 FMC3 FMC4 FMC5 FMC6 FMC7 FMC8 OLR1 OLR3 OLR2 OLR4 T2C T3C T2D T3D T1C T1D T1A T2A T3A T1B T2B T3B 35G 36G 37G 35F 36F 37F 35C 36C 37C 35D 36D 37D 35H 36H 37H 35A 36A 37A 35E 36E 37E 35B 36B 37B COMP COMP FM FM FM FM FM FM FM FM 1 2 3 7 1 5 4 8 2 6 TO HVTB TO NTB L1 N 1B F1 5A CONTROL VOLTAGE 2 ATB 230V-1PH ATB CCA1-1 3A 1HTR COMP1 OILHTR SEE ALSO UNLOADER CCA2-1 TIMER DETAILS 3B 2HTR COMP2 OILHTR T1 T2 COMP1 SSPS SSPS1 T1 T2 SSPS2 COMP2 SSPS S1( CONTROL POWER) SERIAL CABLE UVR 1A 1 230VAC (SEE UVM CONNECTION) TRANS TO ATB 230VAC 4 24VAC 5 MB 1 2 SSPS1 8A A1/D1(SSPS-1) CBA1-1 CBA3-1 TRANS2 22A 23A A2/D2(CB-1) EEVB JP2A 6 7 A3/D3(OL-1) HPS1 OLR1-1 OLR3-1 12/24VAC OB1 EEVB JUMPER & DIP SWITCH 10A 11A 9A + X1 RED A4/D4(HPS-1) EEV X9 A1 X1 GRN TD1 CLOSED A5/D5(FCB-1) . Refer to next page for legend.NO CONTACT 8NC 16 ALARM .I1 12O 20A LIQUID INJECTION 1 R13(DIG OUT) TK4 C 13O 18B 113 FMC5 CTR-FAN 4 TK8 117 FMC6 CTR-FAN 8 R14(DIG OUT) 14O TK2 19B 111 FMC7 CTR-FAN 2 REMOTE MONITORING TK6 115 FMC8 R15(DIG OUT) CTR-FAN 6 INTERFACE 15O (SEE OPTION BOX) R16(DIG OUT) SL.DPT1 . 12V OFF ON OFF OFF X2 WHT EEV A11/D11(FLW) + + + 2 B2 X2 BLK 1 2G PE . SENSOR (A6-DP1) + + TRANSDUCER 22B - O1 T3S 23B ST2 (A7-OP1) + (A3-ST2) SUCTION TEMP SENSOR COMP2 SH SH 28B 26A . notes & wiring diagram for optional items. 2A . . . - X1 WHT EEV SSPS2 AO1 5A V1 + 1 TU1 CLOSED 8B + A6/D6(SSPS-2) + B1 X1 BLK CBA2-1 CBA4-1 DIP S1 - TL1 OPEN 22B 23B A7/D7(CB-2) 4 JP3A JU1 OPEN A8/D8(OL-2) 3 EEV CARD OLR2-1 OLR4-1 2 1 2 3 4 HPS2 10B 11B 9B 1 S1 A9/D9(HPS-2) X2 RED + 24V ON OFF ON OFF . 2B . Refer to unit control box (inside panel) for exact wiring diagram.COMP1 T2S TOUT D1 DISCHARGE PRESSURE 25A 31A TOUT/LWT TEMP.NC CONTACT R9(DIG OUT) TK3 C 9O 18A 112 FMC1 TK7 CTR-FAN 3 116 FMC2 R10(DIG OUT) TK1 CTR-FAN 7 10O 19A 110 FMC3 TK5 CTR-FAN 1 114 FMC4 R11(DIG OUT) CTR-FAN 5 11O R12(DIG OUT) SL.I2 16O 20B COM2 LIQUID INJECTION 2 R17(DIG OUT) UL4-1 17C 17O 15A POWER INCREASE CP1 18C R18(DIG OUT) 18O 15B UL4-2 POWER INCREASE CP2 22A 28A . A2 X2 GRN (DIP) A10/D10(FCB-2) FLS 10 CWP* 11 A02 5B V2 .COMP1 T1S ST1 O1 SUCTION PRESSURE 23A 29A SUCTION TEMP SENSOR COMP1 (A1-ST1) (A5-SP1) + + TRANSDUCER SH SH 24A (A2-TOUT) 30A . . 30 .DPT2 . 2.SPT1 .COMP2 SELECTION ON MAIN BOARD DISCHARGE PRESSURE S1 (A9-DP2)+ 31B + TRANSDUCER JU1 CLOSED USER INTERFACE BOARD ON DIP JU2 CLOSED On/Off * SH TU1 CLOSED TD1 CLOSED 1 2 3 4 TOUT=10°C TIN=15°C SET MENU * O2 - TL1 OPEN COOLING 75% X53 S1 1 2 3 4 ESC SERIAL CABLE (A10-OP2) + * X52 (DIP) GND ON OFF OFF OFF NOTE: 1. **SEE ALSO DISCHARGE TEMPERATURE A12/D12 (EXT. .COMP2 S2 SUCTION PRESSURE T4S TIN (A8-SP2) + 29B + TRANSDUCER 27A (A4-TIN) TIN/RWT TEMP. SENSOR JU1 JU2 TU1 TD1 30B JUMPER & DIP SWITCH TL1 D2 . ENABLE) CONNECTION 1 2H PE A13/D13 (EMERGENCY) AC/DC(DIGITAL COM) 1C R1(DIG OUT) 1O 12A CC1 COMP1 CONTACTOR LLS1 R2(DIG OUT) LIQUID LINE SOLENOID1 2C 2O R3(DIG OUT) UL2-1 3C 3O 14A POWER DECREASE CP1 R4(DIG OUT) 12B CC2 4C 4O COMP2 CONTACTOR R5(DIG OUT) LLS2 5C 5O LIQUID LINE SOLENOID2 R6(DIG OUT) UL2-2 6C 6O 14B POWER DECREASE CP2 R7(DIG OUT) 7C 7O HOT GAS BYPASS SOLENOID 7A 8C R8(DIG OUT) 8NO 6A ALARM .SPT2 .

.. + SET POINT = 180 SEC UL UNLOADER IS485 TO MAIN 256 UVM UNDER VOLTAGE MONITOR BOARD (COM2) 1 2 4 8 16 32 64 128 512 TO UVR UNDER VOLTAGE RELAY ON GATEWAY TERMINAL BLOCK ECONOMIZER CONNECTION (OPTIONAL) . ABOVE CONNECTION IS ONLY FOR ZAC P/N 80062300 ONLY.& C 1.(GFP) 3. FUSES TO DUAL ELEMENT TYPE. TYPICAL SCHEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAM (PART WINDING START) COMP LAYOUT LEGEND CBA THERMAL MAGNETIC CIRCUIT BREAKER AUXILIARY COMP1 COMP2 COMP COMPRESSOR CONTROL PANEL CC COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR CCA COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR AUXILIARY CWP CHILLED WATER PUMP ETB EARTH TERMINAL BLOCK FAN LAYOUT COMP FAN 1 FLS FLOW SWITCH FM FAN MOTOR FMC FAN MOTOR CONTACTOR CONTROL PANEL FAN1 FAN3 FAN5 FAN7 F FUSE HPS HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH HGBS HOT GAS BYPASS SOLENOID FAN2 FAN4 FAN6 FAN8 HVTB HIGH VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK COMP FAN 2 JP JUMPER LPS LOW PRESSURE SWITCH MB MASTER BOARD NTB NEUTRAL TERMINAL BLOCK OLR OVER LOAD RELAY PT PRESSURE TRANSDUCER UNLOADER TIMER DETAILS P POTENTIAL BAND LPS CONNECTION (OPTIONAL) TIMER 11 SLE ECONOMIZER SOLENOID CB1A-1 CB3A-1 D2(MB) CCAT11-1 AR11 LPS1 22A 63A 4AA SB SLAVE BOARD 1 23A 3A 2 AR11-1 UL3-1 3AA S1 CONTROL SWITCH UL3-1 CB2A-1 CB4A-1 D7(MB) SSPS SOLID STATE PROTECTION SYSTEM LPS2 22B TIMER 21 63B CCAT21-1 1 23B AR21 TK FAN THERMAL CONTACT 4BB 3B TMCB THERMAL MAGNETIC CIRCUIT BREAKER AR21-1 UL3-2 3BB TRANS TRANSFORMER UL3-2 REMOTE MONITORING CONNECTION (OPTIONAL) TDS TIME DELAY SWITCH GND TS TEMPERATURE SENSOR . USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY. UVR TU2 CLOSED UNIT EMERGENCY OPTION ON UVM TO BE UVM ALL FIELD WIRING TO COMPLY WITH LOCAL CODES. X7 DT1 T1 USE FOR OB1 EEVB ONLY C2 D2 X8 DT2 T2 EEVB 31 . POWER MUST BE SUPPLIED TO CRANKCASE 15 HEATER FOR MINIMUM OF 12 HOURS PRIOR TO TI T2 A1 A2 JU8 1-2 CLOSED SYSTEM START UP.. 1A 1 2.E2 TO CCA2-1 2 EQUALIZER 2 CC2A-2 TDS2-1SEC CC4 X52/X53 SERIAL COMMUNICATION PORT 61B 62B 1 2 PE POTENTIAL EARTH JU/TU/TD/TL BOARD JUMPERS UNIT EXTERNAL ENABLE/DISABLE OPTION UVM CONNECTION JUMPER SETUP ON MAIN BOARD VFC FROM CUSTOMER PANEL L1 ATB ATB TL2 OPEN 1 VFC 2G L2 L3 NOTES NOTE: TD2 CLOSED TERMINAL A. ATB VFC FROM CUSTOMER PANEL ATB JU13 1-2 CLOSED 1 VFC 2H GROUND FAULT PROTECTION OPTION. MARK IN THE BOX FOUND AT THE UPPER RIGHT OF 1 65A IF THE COLLER HEATER TAPE IS ENABLE HGBS IS NOT POSSIBLE Comp 2 REMOVE JP3A THE RESPECTIVE OPTIONAL ITEM. POWER SUPPLY. CRANKCASE IF THE HGBS IS ENABLE COOLER HEATER TAPE IS NOT POSSIBLE Comp 1 and 70B/71B for Comp 2. Current Transformer EARTH FAULT RELAY wire number. HEATER MUST BE ON FOR 12 HOURS BEFORE COOLER HEATER TAPE OPTION JU4 1-2 CLOSED OPERATING THE SYSTEM. IF THE OPTIONAL EFR2 JU10 1-2 CLOSED ITEM IS INCLUDED IN THE UNIT.E1 CC1A-2 TDS1-1SEC CC3 T1 THERMISTOR 1 TO CCA1-1 2 EQUALIZER 1 1 61A 62A 2 SH SHIELD 3B SL. JU15 1-2 CLOSED 4.. NEUTRAL LINE REQUIRED ON 380V-3Ph-60Hz C1 D1 POWER SUPPLY ONLY. 32 31 A8/D8 (MB) JU12 1-2 CLOSED 6. ** DISCHARGE TEMPERATURE SENSOR CONNECTION 7. FUSED DISCONNECT SWITCH OR CIRCUIT BREAKER COMP JU5 1-2 CLOSED TO BE PROVIDED BY END USER WITH RATING AS HOT GAS BYPASS OPTION MB 2 1 JU6 1-2 CLOSED RECOMMENDED BY MANUFACTURER.FIELD SUPPLY COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR CONNECTION FOR PART WIND START LEGEND ON MAIN BOARD ECO1 13A CC1 CC2 TO MB (20) 2 ECONOMIZER 1 2 2 D1 DIGITAL INPUT 1 12A 12B 13B ECO2 CC1A-2 CC3 CC2A-2 CC4 C/1C COMMON TO MB (50) 2 ECONOMIZER 2 1 61A 2 1 61B 2 1O DIGITAL OUT 1 EQUALIZER CONNECTION (OPTIONAL) DC DIGITAL COMMON FOR PART WIND START TIME DELAY SWITCH (TDS) OPTION 3A SL. 70A/B 1 7C R7 7O HGBS 2 71A/B JU7 1-2 CLOSED 5. REFER TO UNIT NAMEPLATE.B. MB 32 31 A3/D3 (MB) 1 65A JU3 1-2 CLOSED FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY 1 7C R7 HEATER 2 Comp 1 REMOVE JP2A 7O 15 EFR1 JU19 1-2 CLOSED RESULT IN COMPRESSOR DAMAGE. PHASE MATCHED WITH JU11 1-2 CLOSED UNIT CONTROLS. 70A/71A for 32 31 34 JU9 1-2 CLOSED IF POWER IS OFF 6 HOURS OR MORE.

the stage 1 is turned off. STAGE . • All safety conditions satisfied. As discharge pressure of Compressor #1 rises. the first-in last-out sequence is adopted. Stage #2: If the Leaving Water Temperature is greater than the Stage 2. Now the compressor is in the minimum or unloaded capacity. As discharge pressure of Compressor #2 rises.ON water temperature set point value. the corresponding fans will turn off. shall be accomplished by the Leaving water temperature control selection. Stage #1: If the Leaving Water Temperature is greater than the Stage 1. the corresponding fans will turn off. MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLER Sequence of operation The following describes the sequence of operation for a two screw compressor chiller unit. STAGE . if any. 32 . the corresponding fans are energize accordingly to the fan stage-ON set point. Now the compressor is in the minimum or unloaded capacity. If the leaving water temperature falls below the stage 1-OFF water temperature set point value. The compressor capacity is varied to achieve the full/part load capacity as per the load demand. As the applied load decreases and when the leaving water temperature falls below the stage 2 -OFF water temperature set point value. The compressor capacity is varied to achieve the full/part load capacity as per the load demand. Operation is similar for a one or four compressor unit. • Customer interlock contact closed. the Compressor #1 liquid line solenoid & slider control valves shall be switched ON.ON SEQUENCE Staging ON & OFF sequence. the Compressor #2 liquid line solenoid & slider control valves shall be switched ON. if equalization of compressor timing is not selected. the corresponding fans are energize accordingly to the fan stage-ON set point. If the discharge pressure falls below the fan stage-OFF set point value. the following conditions must be met: • All power supplied to the unit shall be energized for 12 hours. • Press ESC on the microcomputer keypad. If the discharge pressure falls below the fan stage-OFF set point value. stage 2 is turned off. • Chilled water pump running and chilled water flow switch contact closed. Else the more used is switched off. • Control power switch on for at least 5 minutes.ON water temperature set point value.OFF SEQUENCE During the staging OFF. For initial start-up.

7) No display of leds on User Interface Board a) Check serial cable integrity. 4) Digital input reading incorrectly a) Check if the auxiliary 220 Vac voltage is present in the electrical box. d) Check correct and tight insertion of jumpers TU1 and TD1 on the User Interface Board. b) Check serial cable connections on both the User Interface Board and the Main Board. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 1) No LED display lit or erratic display behavior a) Check serial cable integrity. e) The temperature probe is a PTC sensor disconnect it from the board and measure its resistance that is 1000 ohm at 250C or 1200 ohm at 500C. main and/or auxiliary board.10%. d) Check correct and tight insertion of jumpers TU1 and TD1 on the User Interface Board and on the last board of the network. d) Check correct and tight insertion of jumpers TU1 and TD1 on the User Interface Board. c) Check if A1/A14 inputs are correctly connected with respect to the cabling diagram of the electrical box. 6) No LED H1 blinking light on NG3 Board a) Check power supply cable an connection. c) Check correct and tight insertion of jumpers JU1 and JU2 on the Main Board.10%. d) Check if the power supply voltage is into the specified limits: 24Vac +/. b) Check serial cable connections on both the User Interface Board and the Main Board. b) Check if the power supply voltage is into the specified limits: 24Vac +/. b) Check if the AC input on the Board is correctly connected to one of the 220 Vac terminals in the electrical box. 5) No LCD display lit or erratic display behavior a) Check serial cable integrity. b) Check serial cable connections on both the User Interface Board and the Main Board. 33 . c) Check correct and tight insertion of jumpers JU1 and JU2 on the Main Board. e) Adjust display intensity by rotating trimmer RV1 counter-clockwise (from the back side of the board). c) The pressure transducer probe is a 4-20mA transmitter check the polarity of the connection on the Board. main and/or auxiliary board. c) Check for fuse F1. b) Check serial cable connections on both the User Interface Board and the Main Board. 2) Controller does not respond to keypad a) Check serial cable integrity. replace with 1AT/250V if blown. d) Check dip switches and integrity on the User Interface Board. c) Check correct and tight insertion of jumpers TU1 and TD1 on the User Interface Board. c) Check correct and tight insertion of jumpers JU1 and JU2 on the Main Board. b) Check the probe cable: test for short-circuit. main and/or auxiliary board. 3) Several analog values reading incorrectly a) Check correct and tight connection of the probes to the board.

10) Digital Outputs not responding a) Check Digital Output cables integrity (no short-circuit. b) Check digits Output cabling and connections. c) Check if the power supply voltage is into the specified limits: 24VAC +/. if not go to point (6). c) Check if jumpers X5 and X6 on the plug-in board IS-485 are correctly installed.10%. c) Check if the power supply voltage is into the specified limits: 24VAC +/.10%. b) Check if the plug-in board is correctly mounted on the Main Board. d) Check that jumpers JU1 and JU2 on the Auxilliary boards are not installed.8) Auxilliary board not responding to commands a) Check if LED H1 on Auxilliary board is blinking . d) Check if jumpers X17 and X18 on the GATEWAY board are correctly installed. no open-circuit). 34 . b) Check serial cable integrity. b) Check Analog Output cabling and connections. 9) Analog Outputs not responding a) Check Analog Output cables integrity (for short-circuit). d) Check the fuse F1. replace with 1AT/250V if blown. e) Check correct and tight insertion of jumpers TU1 and TD1 on the User Interface Board. 11) Serial Communication with Remote Monitoring Control not Functioning a) Check the serial cable connected on plug-in board IS-485 mounted on the Main Board. replace with 1AT/250V if blown. d) Check the fuse F1. main and/or auxiliary board. c) Check serial cable connections on both the Main and the Auxilliary boards.

apply appropriate correction factor from the table provided in this catalog. this is particularly critical with glycol systems. When using glycol solution. consider using multiple units. it is also recommended that installing two chillers instead of a single chiller be considered in applications where partial load operation at low capacities is necessary. The Zamil electronic selection program may also be utilized for this purpose. the decreased air density will reduce condenser capacity and therefore unit capacity. UNIT SELECTION/SIZING Unit selection procedure and capacities are provided in this catalog for proper selection. organic contaminants (oils). magnesium. During unit operation. etc. For unit selection at other fouling factors. Over sizing adversely affects the operating efficiency due to erratic system operation and excessive compressor cycling which also results in reduced compressor life. silt. water flow rate must not vary more than ± 5% from the design flow rate. The water flow switch should be calibrated accordingly. the pH value of the water flowing through the cooler must be kept between 7 and 8. The design water flow rate must be within this range. clays. When over sizing is desired due to anticipation of future plant expansion. fungi and bacteria). an oversized unit is usually more costly to purchase. which should be kept to the minimum to retard scale and deposit formation. For example. install and operate. consult Zamil Air Conditioners for specific recommendations. HIGH AMBIENT CONSIDERATION These chillers are designed for year round operation over a range of ambient temperatures. It should be noted that. WATER FLOW RATES AND COOLER PRESSURE DROP The maximum and minimum water flow rates for all unit models and the pressure drop chart are provided in this catalog. EFFECT OF ALTITUDE ON UNIT CAPACITY The tabulated performance data provided in this catalog are for use at or near sea level altitude application. As fouling factor is increased. apply appropriate correction factor from the table provided in this catalog. units operate more efficiently when fully loaded rather than larger equipment operating at partial capacities. For unit selection at these higher altitudes. These include calcium. install a single chiller for the present load requirement and install a second chiller for the foreseen additional load demand due to expansion. In such applications. When any application varies from these guidelines. The piping and pumping layout should be right for the application and must assure proper water return and circulation. it should be referred with Zamil Air Conditioners for specific recommendations. Using unclean and untreated water may result in scale and deposit formation causing reduced cooler efficiency or heat transfer and corrosion or pitting leading to possible equipment damage. In addition.00010 hr-ft2-0F/Btu (0. therefore care must be taken not to exceed the limits. The more scale forming material and suspended solids in the system water. Zamil recommends that a water treatment specialist is consulted to provide and maintain water treatment. Design flow rates below the minimum limits will result in laminar flow causing freeze-up problems. stratification and poor control and flow rates beyond the maximum limits cause exces- sive pressure drop and severe tube erosion.000018 m2-0C/W).5. dirt. silica. unit capacity decreases and power input increases. these chillers can start and operate satisfactorily up to 1250F (520C) ambient temperature at rated nominal voltage. As a standard. At altitudes substantially above sea level. These chillers are suitable for operation with well maintained water systems. In order to prevent corrosion and pitting. Operation of two chillers at higher loading is preferred to operating a single chiller at or near its minimum possible capacity. performance and reliability of units is often dependent upon proper compliance with these recommendations. APPLICATION GUIDELINES INTRODUCTION These guidelines should be considered when designing systems and their installation utilizing Zamil ASY series liquid chillers. biological growth (algae. 35 . Further. FOULING FACTOR AND WATER REQUIREMENT The tabulated performance data provided in this catalog are based on a fouling factor of 0. Stable operation. the greater the chances of scale and deposit formation and fouling. flow rate and pressure drop are higher than with water. Over sizing chillers beyond a maximum limit of 5 – 10 % in order to assure adequate capacity or considering future expansions is not recommended.

The design leaving chilled fluid temperature (LCWT) range as mentioned earlier in the tabulated performance data is 40 to 500F. 45°F 45°F 65°F 340 GPM 82. 45°F 45°F 500 GPM 240 GPM 200 TR Chiller 45°F Load 260 GPM 200 TR 54. It should be noted that temperature drop outside the aforesaid range is not permitted as it is beyond the optimum range of control and could adversely affect the functioning of microprocessor controller and may also prove to be detrimental for the equipment.2 GPM 192 GPM 36 .6°F 500 GPM 65°F 240 GPM Example 2: An application requires 192 GPM of water at 650F and the return water temperature is 800F. FLOW RATES AND/OR WATER TEMPERATURES OUT OF RANGE Certain applications (particularly process cooling jobs) call for flow rates and/or water temperatures that are outside the above mentioned limits/range.8 GPM 120 TR 53.8 GPM 109. Example 1: An application requires 240 GPM of water at 450F and the return water temperature is 650F. The design entering chilled fluid temperature range is 50 to 600F. The Zamil electronic selec- tion program can be very handy in selecting equipment at different temperature drops. A standard chiller can be used for this application as shown in the following basic schematic layout (single mixing arrange- ment). The design cooler temperature drop (∆T) range is 5 to 150F.4°F 340 GPM 53. Units may be operated at any desired temperature drop within the range of 5 to 150F as long as the temperature and flow limits are not violated and appropriate correction factors are applied on the capacity and power input. Our chillers can be utilized for these applications by selecting the chiller based on the specific process load and making a suitable piping and mixing arrangement in order to bring the flow rates and/or water temperatures relevant to the chiller within acceptable limits.2 GPM 192 GPM 120 TR Chiller 80°F Load 45°F 257. The tabulated performance data provided in this catalog is based on a chilled water temperature drop of 100F.4°F 80°F 80°F 340 GPM 82. A standard chiller can be used for this application as shown in the following basic schematic layout (dual mixing arrangement).COOLER FLUID (WATER OR GLYCOL) TEMPERATURES RANGE Unit can start and pull down from 950F (350C) entering fluid temperature.

The method of circuiting and pumping is a judgment decision by the designer. A multiple chiller arrangement should be provided if the system load is greater than a single chiller capacity. which may in turn provide the opportunity for lower chilled water design temperature. cooler protection in the form of Ethylene Glycol Solution is required to protect the cooler and fluid piping from low ambient freeze-up. 16 to 200F. installation requirements and others to determine the best arrangement for his project. In the parallel arrangement. As mentioned above. energy economics. MULTIPLE CHILLER ARRANGEMENT OR PLANT CONFIGURATION A multiple chiller system has two or more chillers connected by parallel or series piping to a common distribution system. Some suggested arrangements with basic sche- matic layouts are as follows: 37 . A valved piping bypass is suggested around each chiller to facilitate future servicing as it gives the personnel an option for service without a complete shutdown. No over chilling by either unit is required. two basic multiple chiller systems are used: parallel and series chilled water flow. flexibility. Using this glycol solution causes a variation in unit performance. The system piping circuit (load distribution circuit) should be basically parallel piping either Direct Return or Reverse Return system with a good pumping arrangement.COOLER FREEZE PROTECTION If the unit is located in an area where ambient temperatures fall below 320F (00C). This glycol solution must be added to the water system loop to bring down the freezing point of water to a difference of 150F (8. PIPING ARRANGEMENTS AND PLANT LAYOUT Our chillers are suitable for incorporating in ‘Two Pipe’ single temperature systems or ‘Four Pipe’ independent load systems. standby capacity and less disruptive mainte- nance. Complete design details on these parallel and series chilled water flow arrangements can be found in the ASHRAE handbooks and other design literature which should be referred by the designer in preparing his detailed designs. Starting in-rush current is reduced. lower design flow and resulting installation and operational cost savings. Also. Series chiller arrangements can be controlled in several ways based on the water temperatures depending on cooling demand.e. and compressor power consumption is lower than it is for the parallel arrangement at partial loads. It is mandatory that cooler flow rates must be balanced to ensure proper flow to each chiller based on its respective capacity.30C) below minimum operating ambient temperature. flow rate and pressure drop. Multiple chiller arrangements offer the advantage of operational flexibility. liquid to be chilled is divided among the liquid chillers. In the series arrangement.. The designer must weigh the pros and cons of cost. the chilled liquid pressure drop may be higher unless coolers with fewer liquid-side passes or baffles are used. It is also possible to achieve higher overall entering to leaving temperature drops. standby capability is desired. In all cases. they offer some standby capacity if repair work must be done on a chiller from a set of duty chillers. the multiple chilled streams are combined again in a common line after chilling. units of same size should be preferred over different sizes to facilitate balanced water flow. Parallel arrangements permit adding chillers in the future for plant expansion with the appropriate considerations beforehand. large temperature drop (greater than 150F) is desired or application calls for splitting the total capacity for better part load operation. nature of load and configuration of building. as well as power costs at partial-load conditions. Zamil recommends the parallel arrangement for design temperature drops (∆T) up to 150F and the series arrangement beyond that i. therefore appropriate correction factors from the aforementioned table in this catalog should be applied. it must be ensured that the design water flow is constantly maintained through the chillers at all stages of operation. Water temperatures (EWT or LWT) can be used to cycle units On and Off based on the cooling demand. In designing a multiple chiller plant.

These valves control the capacity of each load by varying the amount of water flow through the load device. the quantity of water flowing through the load gradually decreases from design flow to no flow. The effect of either valve is to vary the amount of water flowing through the load device.A. Control valves are commonly used to control loads. With a two-way valve. The three-way mixing valve has the same effect on the load as the two way valve . In terms of load control. the two-way valve provides a variable flow load response and the three-way valve provides a constant flow load response. a brief explanation on the operation of a typical chilled water system / valves which is funda- mental to the design or analysis of a system. pumps are required to operate continuously and the sequencing of chillers is dependent on water temperatures. Single or multiple chillers with constant water flow through chillers and load system: CHWS Chiller Load Load 3-Way 3-Way Valve Valve CHWR Constant Speed Pump In this type of arrangement. the quantity of water flowing through the load decreases in proportion to the load and the difference amount is directed through a bypass. the various load devices are controlled first. On multiple chiller instal- lations. then the source (chillers) system capacity is controlled to follow the capacity requirement of the loads. Where multiple zones of control are required.as the load reduces. Referring to the foregoing schematic layout. constant water flow through the chillers and load distribution piping circuit is maintained. 38 . as the valve strokes from full-open to full- closed. Control valves for these applications are two-way (straight-through) and three-way valves. a two-way valve and a three-way valve perform identical functions—they both vary the flow through the load as the load changes. this is a conventional system and is not as energy efficient as the two-way valve systems especially on the pumping side due to constant water circulation in the system. Before proceeding further. The fundamental difference between the two-way valve and the three-way valve is that as the source or distribution system sees the load.

however the quantity of water flowing through the load distribution piping system decreases in proportion to the load and the difference amount is directed through a bypass pipe that connects the supply and return headers. The system flow is compared with the required flow for the chillers. The pump speed is modu- lated within a certain range in order to reduce the pumping head and not to alter the water flow rate (the duty flow rate of the pumps remains constant). an almost constant volume system results and the pumping energy remains substantially that required at full system flow and head. Single or multiple chillers with constant water flow through chillers and variable water flow through load system: FM-1 CHWS Bypass Line Chiller Bypass Load Load Control Valve P FM-2 2-Way 2-Way Valve Valve Variable Speed Pump CHWR System Controller In this type of arrangement.B. Brief sequence of operation is as follows: The bypass with its control valve and flow meter provides the design flow required through the chillers. Also. Each chiller-pump combination operates independently from the remaining chillers and each pump is shutdown when the respective chiller is stopped. Instead of using water temperature as an indicator of demand. Further. the pump or pumps are forced to run up the pump head capacity curve. maintaining the desired differential pressure (∆P) across the cooling coils. The speed of the chiller pumps is controlled by the differential pressure sensor/transmitter. This flow meter controls the bypass valve to maintain the desired flow in the bypass based on the set points in the system controller (the valve is positioned by sum of flow meters FM1 and FM2). The difference is made up through the bypass and is monitored by flow meter FM2. The chillers are rated in gallons per minute. their control valves and the branch piping. the problem with this system is improper control of the bypass valve which does not guarantee proper flow through the chillers and high differential pressures in the control valves on the cooling coils when the system friction subsides at low loads which can cause lifting of the valve stems or wire cutting of the valve seats. This method is not recommended as it’s a wasteful practice because a considerable amount of energy is lost. Flow meter FM1 measures the actual flow to the chilled water system. as all the water must be pumped at a head equal to or greater than the design head. which increases the overpressure on the system and also increases the wear on the pumps. 39 . Note: Some designers may consider installing constant speed pumps and utilize pressure relief bypass control valves controlled by a differential pressure sensor/controller to maintain a fixed differential pressure between the supply and return mains of the chilled water system in order to accommodate for the required chiller flow and to achieve some form of variable volume system. the actual flow to the system determines the number of chillers that should be in operation. since they are forced to operate with high radial thrusts. constant water flow through the chillers is maintained. the sequencing of chillers is dependent on water flow. Energy is saved because the system head is reduced appreciably when there are light cooling loads on the system and due to cycling of pumps.

return water is forced through the bypass into the supply header. their control valves and the branch piping. constant water flow through the chillers is main- tained. The sequence of operation is similar as the foregoing system with the following explanation: The speed of the secondary chiller pump is controlled by the differential pressure sensor/transmitter. This is accomplished by maintaining sufficient clearances which have been specified in this Catalog around the units and avoiding obstruc- tions in the condenser air discharge area to prevent the possibility of warm air circulation. 40 . performance and trouble-free service. the supply or discharge airflow restrictions or warm air recirculation will cause higher condensing temperatures resulting in poor unit operation.C. The sequencing of chillers is dependent on water flow. higher power consumption and possible even- tual failure of equipment. Energy is saved because the system head and water flow rate are reduced on the Secondary Pump when there are partial cooling loads on the system and due to cycling of Primary Pumps. The primary pumps are constant speed pumps and the design flow rate through the chillers remains constant. the generation zone is separated from the transportation or distribution zone. Each chiller-pump combination operates independently from the remaining chillers and each pump is shutdown when the respective chiller is stopped. into the return header indicates overcapacity and the chiller-pumps are turned off. Further. maintaining the desired differential pressure (∆P) across the cooling coils. Single or multiple chillers with constant water flow through chillers and variable water flow through load system (primary/secondary pumping arrangement): A CHWS Variable Speed Secondary Pump Chiller Load Load Flow Sensor P 2-Way 2-Way Valve Valve Constant Speed Primary Pump B CHWR System Controller This system is called a Primary – Secondary System and in this arrangement. If greater flow is demanded than that supplied by the chiller-pumps. In order to achieve good operation. UNIT LOCATION AND INSTALLATION These chillers are designed for outdoor installation and can be installed at ground level or on a suitable rooftop location. the condenser fans are propeller type and are not recommended for use with ductwork or other hindrances in the condenser air stream. This flow indicates a need for additional chiller capacity and another chiller-pump starts. Excess bypass flow with reference to the set points in the system controller in the opposite direction i. Where these requirements are not complied. it is essential that the proposed installation location and subsequent installing procedures meet the following requirements: • The most important consideration while deciding upon the location of air cooled chillers is the provision for supply of adequate ambient air to the condenser and removal of heated discharge air from the condenser. In this type of arrangement also..e. This pump speed is modulated within a broad range in order to reduce the pumping head and alter the water flow rate based on the changing load conditions. This bypass pipe forms a ‘Hydraulic Coupling’ between the points A – B and is also called as Common Bridge or Decoupling Line. however the quantity of water flowing through the load distribution pump/piping system decreases in proportion to the load and the difference amount is directed through a bypass pipe that connects the supply and return headers.

Neoprene Pads are recommended for ground level normal installations jobs where vibration isolation is not critical and job costs must be kept to a minimum. cleaning and replacing large components. Failure to follow these recom- mendations may cause improper operation and loss of performance. Refer to the Schematic Mounting Layout drawings provided in the IOM manual of these chillers for further details in this regard. Consideration should also be given to the possibility of down-drafts caused by adjacent buildings. Carefully select the vibration isolators’ models / configuration based on the respective point loads and place each mount in its correct position following the Load Distribution Data and Mounting Drawings provided in this Catalog. It must be checked and ensured that the concrete base is perfectly horizontal and levelled. water must enter from the inlet connection on the cooler and leave from the outlet connection. COOLER PIPING CONNECTIONS The following pertinent guidelines are served to ensure satisfactory operation of the units. • A flow switch must be installed in the field piping at the outlet of the cooler (in horizontal piping) and wired back to the unit control panel using shielded cable.. choose a place with adequate structural strength to safely support the entire operating weight of the unit. The slab should not be connected to the main building foundation to avoid noise and vibration transmission. steps must be taken to prevent access to the unit by means of a protective fence. FLAT and LEVELLED {within 1/2'' (13 mm) over its length and width} / CONCRETE BASE that extends fully to support the unit. This will help to prevent the possibility of vandalism. accidental damage or possible harm caused by unauthorized removal of panels or protective guards exposing rotating or high voltage components. exhaust vents and sources of airborne chemicals that could attack the condenser coils and steel parts of the unit. • Vibration isolators are necessary for installing these chillers in order to minimize the transmission of vibrations. it is also necessary to consider access requirements based on practical consid- erations for servicing. • The unit must be installed on a ONE-PIECE.e. The carrying or supporting structure should be capable of handling complete operating weight of the unit as given in the Physical Data tables in this Catalog. Spring Isolators are recommended for ground level installations which are noise- sensitive areas or exposed to wind loads and all roof top installations. • Based on the specific project requirements. Paddle type flow switches can be obtained from Zamil which are supplied as optional items. damage to the unit and difficulty in servicing and maintenance: • Water piping must be connected correctly to the unit i. When units are installed in an enclosure. • For rooftop installations.• The unit’s longitudinal axis should be parallel to the prevailing wind direction in order to ensure a balanced air flow through the condenser coils. For critical installations (extremely noise and vibration sensitive areas). The unit shall be mounted on a concrete slab similar to ground installations. which may cause recirculation or uneven unit airflow. • For ground level installations. It should be determined prior to installation if any special treatment is required to assure a levelled installation else it could lead to the above mentioned problems. 41 . • The chilled water pump(s) installed in the piping system should discharge directly into the unit cooler. especially if the roof has been pitched to aid in water removal. For locations where significant cross winds are ex- pected. follow the recommendations of structural and acoustical consultants. it must be ensured that the concrete base is stable and does not settle or dislocate upon installation of the unit which can strain the refrigerant lines resulting in leaks and may also cause compressor oil return problems. It is recommended that the concrete slab is provided with appropriate footings. The two types of vibration isolators generally utilized for mounting these units are Neoprene Pads and Spring Isolators. The pump(s) may be controlled external to the unit . The roof must be reinforced for supporting the individual point loads at the mounting isolator locations. Avoid locations where the sound output and air discharge from the units may be objectionable. • The clearance requirements prescribed above are necessary to maintain good airflow and provide access for unit operation and maintenance.but an interlock must be wired to the unit control panel (as shown in the wiring diagram) so that the unit can start only upon proof of pump operation. • The location should be selected for minimum sun exposure and away from hot air sources. steam. However. • If the location is an area which is accessible to unauthorized persons. an enclosure of solid or louver type is recommended to prevent wind turbulence interfering with the unit airflow. There should be a straight run of piping of at least five pipe diameters on either side of the flow switch. the enclosure height should not exceed the height of the unit. choose the type of vibration isolators best suited for the application.

The piping and fittings must be separately supported to prevent any loading on the cooler. For multiple chiller installa- tions.Normally Open Pressure tapping Isolating Valve . • Drain and air vent connections should be provided at all low and high points in the piping system to permit complete drainage of the cooler and piping as well as to vent any air in the pipes.Normally Closed Flow Switch Balancing Valve Connection (flanged / Victaulic) Flow meter Pipe work Strainer Flexible connection Note: For chillers with two coolers. The cooler must not be exposed to flushing velocities or debris released during flushing. • The following is a suggested piping arrangement at the chiller for single unit installations. and provided with a means of local isolation. The bypass can be used during maintenance to isolate the cooler without disrupting flow to other units. 42 . When installing pressure taps to measure the amount of pressure drop across the water side of the cooler. preferably of 20 mesh. It is recommended that a suitably sized bypass and valve arrangement is installed to allow flushing of the piping system. • Thermometer and pressure gauge connections should be provided on the inlet and outlet connections of each cooler. the taps should be located in the water piping a minimum of 24 inches downstream from any connection (flange etc. • The cooler must be protected by a strainer. • The system water piping must be flushed thoroughly before connecting to the unit cooler. the connecting pipes for entering and leaving water on one cooler must be joined to the corresponding pipes on the other cooler before connecting to the main headers in the system piping. Hand shut-off valves are recommended for use in all lines to facilitate servicing. fitted as close as possible to the liquid inlet connec- tion. each unit should be piped as shown: OUT IN Isolating Valve .• Flexible connections suitably selected for the fluid and pressure involved should be provided as mandatory in order to minimize transmission of vibrations to the piping / building as some movement of the unit can be expected during normal operation.) but as near to the cooler as possible. Pressure gauges are recommended to check the water pressure before and after the cooler and to determine if any variations occur in the cooler and system.

) x 3 = 300 Gallons of water in the piping system loop. d) Laminar flow on the water side due to lower velocities at low loads on a coil is always a concern of the water system designer. To achieve the aforementioned water volume requirements. This tank should be provided on the return water side to the chiller and the tank should be baffled to ensure that there is no stratification and the entering stream thoroughly mixes with the tank water. it may be necessary to install a tank in the piping system loop to increase the volume of water in the system and therefore. reduce the rate of change of return water temperature. These are the decisions that must be made by the designer for each application and only experienced designers should entertain water temperature differences in excess of 120F on chilled water sys- tems. b) An increase in temperature differential may increase the cost of cooling coils that must operate with a higher mean temperature difference. The actual temperature difference that is selected for a specific installation is determined by the cost of the cooling coils for various temperature differences and the effect that higher differences may have on the operating cost of the chillers. Following are some recommendations: • The first decision a designer of a chilled water system must make is the selection of the temperature differential. to prevent this effect of a ‘Short Water Loop’ ensure that total volume of water in the piping system loop equals or exceeds 3 Gallons per Nominal Ton of cooling capacity for standard air conditioning applications and 6 Gallons per Nominal Ton of cooling capacity for process cooling jobs where accuracy is vital and applications requiring operation at very low ambient temperatures and low loading conditions. Cap. chiller model ASY100 operating with a design water flow rate of 205 GPM for a standard air conditioning application would require 100 (Nom. therefore. A number of conditions must be recognized before making the final selection of temperature differential: a) An increase in temperature differential decreases water flow and therefore saves pumping energy. See recommended tank design schemat- ics below: TANK SCHEMATIC SUGGESTIONS ON SYSTEM DESIGN AND PIPING PRACTICES The prospective chilled water system should be designed to the specific requirements of the owner and to achieve the most efficient system possible. Many systems operate inefficiently because of coils that were selected at too low a friction loss through them at design load. There is no one temperature difference for all chilled water systems. Laminar flow reduces the heat-transfer rate and should not occur in a coil at any point in its load range. Therefore. For example. A careful balance between energy savings and first cost should be made by the designer. 43 . the temperature control can be lost resulting in erratic system operation and excessive compressor cycling.CHILLED FLUID VOLUME REQUIREMENT The volume of water in a piping system loop is critical to the smooth and proper operation of a chilled water system. at reduced loads and flows. The possibility of laminar flow is greater with higher temperature differences. they operate with laminar flow. If sufficient volume of water is not there in the system. c) Higher temperature differentials increase the possibilities of loss of temperature difference in coils due to dirt on the air side and chemical deposits on the water side of them. Temperature differential is the difference between the supply water and the return water temperatures.

• Coil control valves and their actuators should be sized to ensure that they can operate at all loads on the system without lifting the valve head off the valve seat.• Control of Return Water Temperature: Return water temperature is one of the most important operating values for a chilled water system.. • The water system should be configured to distribute the water efficiently with a minimum use of energy-wasting devices. • Pumps in parallel must always operate at the same speed. • Differential pressure control (bypass) valves should never be installed at the pump discharges. Generally this will require the check valve to be one pipe size smaller than the connecting piping. • Check valves should be provided in pump discharges when pumps are operating in parallel. Pump discharge check valves should be center guided. The second step in this process is to ensure that the differential is maintained after the system is commissioned. c) Ensure that the required design water flow through the coolers is always maintained. In conclusion. This is such a basic criterion that it should be addressed early in the design of a chilled water system. Expansion tanks are generally connected to the suction side of the pump . The proper method of controlling return temperature is through the correct selection of control valves and cooling coils. It tells the operator just how good a job the control system and coils are doing in converting energy from the chillers to the air or water systems that are cooling the building. fittings and valves. Mixing of constant and variable speed pumps in parallel operation is wrong and leads to disastrous results. Some of these are: a) Design the piping arrangement so that energy consumption of chillers is not increased. There may be some exceptional cases where parallel pumps are operated at different speeds. manual or automatic c) Pressure-reducing or pressure-regulating valves • The piping should be designed without a) Reducing flanges or threaded reducing couplings b) Bullhead connections (e. • Circuiting Chilled water to Multiple Chillers : There are fundamentals for the circuiting of chillers that should not be violated in order to achieve maximum efficiency. Also. • Expansion tank should be provided to so that water volume changes can be accommodated. two streams connected to the run connections of a tee with the discharge on the branch of the tee) • The friction for the piping should be calculated for all pipe runs. spring loaded.lowest pressure point.g. one of the designer’s most important tasks is the selection of a sound temperature differential that will provide maximum possible system efficiency. Distribution pumps should be added and subtracted to avoid operation of pumps at points of high thrust and poor efficiency. but only experienced designers should make evaluations for such a proposed operation. b) Arrange the piping so that all chillers receive the same return water temperature. These devices are listed here: a) Three-way temperature control valves b) Balancing valves. • Cooling coils should be selected with a high enough water velocity in the tubes to avoid laminar flow throughout the normal load range imposed on the coils. Variable speed pumps should be controlled so that pumps operating in parallel never have more than one percent difference in actual oper- ating speed. • Distribution pumps should be selected for maximum efficiency at the design condition and within the economic con- straints of the project. Pump sequencing should achieve maximum possible system efficiency. disc type check valves and should be sized so that the check valve is full open at design flow rate. it is better to use pumps of the same size when operating them in parallel. 44 .

Ensure center of gravity aligns with the main lifting point before lifting. MODELS: ASY050B .ASY240B MODELS: ASY250B . Care must be taken to avoid damage to the coils during handling. as shown below.ASY310B MODELS: ASY330B . Insert packing material between coils & slings as necessary. Center of gravity is not unit center line.ASY500B 45 . RIGGING INSTRUCTIONS ATTENTION TO RIGGERS Hook rigging sling thru holes in base rail. CAUTION All panels should be in place when rigging. Holes in base rail are centered around the unit center of gravity. Use spreader bar when rigging. to prevent the slings from damaging the unit.

ASY500B 3500 2500 FIGURE . 46 . 2.ASY080B 2500 2000 FIGURE .2 CORNER WALL NOTE: 1. Re-circulation of hot condenser air in combination with surface air turbulence can not be predicted.1 ASY090B .ASY310B 3000 2000 STRAIGHT WALL ASY330B . Pit installations are not recommended. All dimensions are in mm. INSTALLATION CLEARANCE WALL MODEL NUMBER A B ASY050B . hot air re-circulation will severely affect unit efficiency (EER) and can cause high pressure or fan motor temperature trips.

MOUNTING LOCATION MODELS: ASY050B .ASY310B MODELS: ASY330B .ASY500B NOTE: All dimensions are in mm.ASY080B MODELS: ASY090B . 47 .ASY240B MODEL A ASY150B 1586 ASY160B 1586 ASY170B 1586 ASY180B 2094 ASY190B 2094 ASY200B 2094 ASY215B 2094 ASY230B 2094 ASY240B 2094 MODELS: ASY250B .ASY140B MODEL A ASY090B 1249 ASY100B 1249 ASY120B 1858 ASY130B 1858 ASY140B 1858 MODELS: ASY150B .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - ASY170B 750 722 713 704 646 618 609 600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . - ASY090B 632 600 585 553 522 506 . . kg. - ASY200B 997 963 952 940 826 791 780 769 . . . . . . - ASY215B 1024 989 978 966 859 825 813 802 . - ASY060B 681 642 602 576 . . . - ASY120B 853 821 805 696 664 649 . R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R13 R14 ASY050B 521 495 477 451 . . . . . - ASY100B 635 603 587 554 523 507 . . - ASY310B 1112 1078 1061 1055 1049 950 916 898 893 887 . . . LOAD DISTRIBUTION. . . . . . . . . . . - ASY295B 1108 1074 1056 1051 1045 948 913 896 890 885 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - ASY140B 886 855 839 727 695 680 . . . - ASY070B 712 673 631 605 . . . - ASY240B 1050 1016 1005 993 891 856 845 833 . - ASY160B 730 703 694 684 629 601 592 583 . - ASY180B 973 939 927 916 805 771 759 748 . . - ASY250B 1045 1010 993 987 982 862 827 810 805 799 . . . . - ASY080B 715 679 635 609 . . . - ASY230B 1045 1011 999 988 888 854 842 831 . . . . - ASY330B 992 973 964 955 946 941 937 823 804 795 786 777 772 768 ASY350B 1071 1052 1043 1034 1025 1020 1016 867 848 839 830 821 816 812 ASY375B 1089 1070 1061 1052 1043 1038 1034 892 874 864 855 846 841 837 ASY400B 1109 1089 1079 1069 1059 1054 1049 911 891 881 871 861 856 851 ASY420B 1124 1104 1094 1084 1074 1069 1064 925 905 895 885 875 870 865 ASY450B 1164 1144 1134 1124 1114 1109 1104 989 969 959 949 939 934 929 ASY475B 1171 1151 1141 1131 1121 1116 1111 993 973 963 953 943 938 933 ASY500B 1176 1156 1146 1136 1126 1121 1116 995 975 965 955 945 940 935 R1 R2 R1 R3 R4 R6 48 . . . - ASY130B 880 849 833 724 692 677 . - ASY150B 729 702 693 684 628 601 592 582 . . - ASY270B 1084 1049 1032 1026 1021 925 891 874 868 862 . . . . . . (ALUMINUM CONDENSER COIL) MODEL No. . . . - ASY190B 989 955 943 932 819 785 773 762 . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . - ASY080B 785 748 705 678 . . . . - ASY270B 1150 1116 1099 1093 1087 992 958 941 935 929 . . . . . . . . . - ASY180B 1031 996 985 973 863 828 817 805 . . . . . . - ASY150B 778 750 741 732 676 649 640 631 . - ASY215B 1109 1075 1063 1052 945 911 899 888 . . . . . . - ASY120B 904 873 857 747 716 700 . . . . . . . . - ASY295B 1205 1171 1153 1148 1142 1045 1010 993 987 982 . . . . . . . . . R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R13 R14 ASY050B 552 526 508 482 . . - ASY160B 778 751 742 732 677 649 640 631 . . - ASY310B 1209 1175 1158 1152 1146 1047 1013 995 990 984 . . - ASY190B 1064 1030 1018 1007 894 860 848 837 . . . . . . . . - ASY230B 1141 1107 1095 1084 984 949 938 926 . . . . . - ASY240B 1146 1112 1100 1089 986 952 940 929 . . LOAD DISTRIBUTION. . . . . . . (COPPER CONDENSER COIL) MODEL No. . . . . - ASY130B 955 923 908 798 767 751 . . - ASY100B 688 657 641 608 576 561 . . . . . - ASY060B 729 690 650 624 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . kg. . . - ASY330B 1078 1060 1051 1042 1033 1028 1023 909 891 882 873 863 859 854 ASY350B 1169 1150 1141 1132 1123 1118 1114 965 946 937 928 919 914 910 ASY375B 1187 1169 1159 1150 1141 1137 1132 990 972 962 953 944 940 935 ASY400B 1191 1171 1161 1151 1141 1136 1131 993 973 963 953 943 938 933 ASY420B 1225 1205 1195 1185 1175 1170 1165 1026 1006 996 986 976 971 966 ASY450B 1282 1262 1252 1242 1232 1227 1222 1108 1088 1078 1068 1058 1053 1048 ASY475B 1290 1270 1260 1250 1240 1235 1230 1111 1091 1081 1071 1061 1056 1051 ASY500B 1294 1274 1264 1254 1244 1239 1234 1114 1094 1084 1074 1064 1059 1054 R1 R2 R1 R3 R4 R6 49 . . . - ASY090B 685 654 638 606 575 559 . . . . . . . - ASY070B 782 743 701 675 . - ASY140B 961 929 913 801 770 754 . . . - ASY170B 820 792 783 774 715 688 679 670 . - ASY250B 1112 1077 1060 1054 1049 929 894 877 871 866 . . . . . - ASY200B 1081 1047 1035 1024 910 875 864 852 .

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