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DIRECT DRIVE FANS

RECIPROCATING
COMPRESSORS

NOMINAL CAPACITY
AIR COOLED WATER CHILLER

DIRECT DRIVE FANS


6 POLE MOTORS DIE FORMED FAN OUTLETS
HEAVY GAUGE GALVANIZED STEEL CASING
HIGH CAPACITY CONDENSER COIL
HEAVY GAUGE STEEL FRAME
2 COMPARTMENT CONTROL CENTER

CASING - Bohn chillers are designed for 20 year life maintenance and long life. These are the most
starting with a cabinet offering unsurpassed corrosion advanced and efficient reciprocating compressors in
protection. The 12 gauge aluminum panels are far the industry; the Copeland DISCUS valve compress-
superior to painted galvanized construction especially ors. These heavy-duty, industrial quality, semi-
since every punch, break, or scratch exposes raw steel hermetic compressors are designed for Refrigerant 22
to the atmosphere. Steel cabinet standard. and high loading associated with air cooled appli-
The aluminum panels are mounted on a galvanized cations.
steel frame with a painted, structured steel base. This Serviceable compressors offer reduced maintenance
rugged construction stands up to any application. costs because if problems develop with components
Condenser fans are provided with aluminum baffles to such as oil pumps, unloaders and pistons, they can be
prevent air bypass through non-operating fans. serviced in the field without replacing the compressor.
Both suction and discharge service valves are provid-
DUAL COMPRESSORS - Dual compressor units are ed to allow isolation of the compressor from the
available in 3 sizes (22, 32 and 40 tons) for critical refrigerant circuit.
applications requiring standby capacity. These units
also offer more accurate capacity control (4 steps) OPTIONAL FLEXIBILITY - The ACWC chiller offers
unsurpassed flexibility including the following, factory
than any single compressor arrangement. Each com-
pressor is provided with an independent refrigerant installed options:
1) High ambient or return water unloaders
circuit
2) Fused disconnect
ACCEESIBLE HERMETIC COMPRESSORS-Rugged 3) Compressor spring isolators
compressors, specifically designed for air cooled 4) Low ambient to -20º F.
chiller application, are field serviceable for ease of
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STANDARD UNIT SPECIFICATIONS

CONDENSER CONTROL CENTER


Casing - Heavy duty, corrosion resistant aluminum panels A fully enclosed and weatherproofed control panel with access
are provided. Each fan section is separated by full width and length door. Dual compartments separate safety and operating controls
baffles to prevent air by-pass and to provide additional casing from power controls.
reinforcement. 1) Main power terminal block.
Condenser Coil - 3/8” O.D.copper tubes completely covered with 2) Terminals for 115V control circuit power.
plate type, die formed aluminum fins having self-spacing collars 3) Compressor contactor(s)
mechanically bonded to the tubes. Coil is divided into two inde- 4) Manual reset high pressure control.
pendent circuits on 2 compressor models. 5) Low pressure control.
SubCooling Coil - A separate sub-cooling coil integral with the 6) Manual reset oil safety control.
main condenser coil is provided for each refrigerant circuit. 7) Manual reset freezestat (temperature).
Condenser Fans - Individually driven, multiple propeller type fans 6) Temperature control thermostat.
are statically and dynamically balanced and operate at low tip 9) Crankcase heater.
speeds for minimum noise and vibration. Each fan orifice is die 10) Cooler heater.
formed eliminating fan panel vibration and reducing air outlet noise. 11) Manual pumpdown switch.
12) Fan cycling (pressure).
Direct drive fans are constructed of heavy gauge aluminum blades
13) Remote alarm terminals.
securely riveted to zinc plate steel center hubs.
14) Remote pumpdown terminals.
Condenser Fan Motors - All fan motors are heavy duty with 15) Staggered start (dual compressors only).
inherent thermal protection providing built-in protection against 16) Lead-lag switch (dual compressors only).
burnouts and single phasing.
All models have direct drive, 6 pole motors with permanently
CAPACITY CONTROL
lubricated ball bearings. Motors are single phase.
Units are equipped with the following capacity control steps as
Fan Guards -Constructed of heavy gauge, close meshed steel wire standard:
with corrosion protection.
ACWC 15,20,25 100,50,0%
ACWC 30,39 100,67,0%
COMPRESSORS ACWC 22,32,40 100,75.50,25,0%
Accessible hermetic motor-compressors are employed. The com-
pressor and hermetic induction motor are specifically engineered
and matched for optimum performance. The compressor is designed ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
for Refrigerant-22 and the high loading associated with air cooled Standard electrical characteristics are:
applications. Oil pump, unloaders and cylinder heads are readily 60 Hertz: 208-230-460-575/3/60
accessible for replacement. Suction and discharge service valves 50 Hertz: 200-220-380-490-500/3/50
are provided. Standard control circuit is 115/1/50-60
Motor - Hermetic, induction type, refrigerant gas cooled with
inherent thermal protection. Finned motor housing dissipates heat;
keeps motor heat out of the crankcase. Motor terminal box is located REFRIGERANT PIPING
Individual refrigerant circuits include:
above the crankcase oil level.
Safety Protection - Internal relief valve to relieve discharge to Liquid Line -
1) Pressure relief
suction at high compression ratios as required by ASA-B9.1 safety
2) Liquid line sight glass.
code requirements. The compressor is provided with internal
3) Liquid line solenoid and liquid line shutoff.
overload protection.
4) Filter-drier.
5) Expansion valve.
FAN CYCLING LOW AMBIENT CONTROL
Fans are cycled in response to head pressure to maintain head
Suction Line - furnished with insulated suction line and suction
strainers.
pressure to +30° F. ambient.
Discharge Line -formed of pre-bent tubing or elbow fittings with
CHILLER EVAPORATOR long radius bends to eliminate vibration and minimize pressure
A direct expansion, shell and tube type with water flowing through drop.
the baffled shell and refrigerant through the tubes. Independent
refrigerant circuits are furnished for each compressor.
ASSEMBLY
Steel refrigerant heads with multi-pass baffles to assure oil return. Units are assembled as a single package on one base as follows:
Heads are removable to allow access to the tubes from either end. Heavy gauge mounting frame, supported by multiple heavy gauge
ASME Compliance-Built in accordance with Section VIII, Division galvanized steel legs and two structural steel skids with corrosion
1 of the ASME Code for unfired pressure vessels and stamped resistant finish.
accordingly. Units are completely leak tested, evacuated and charged, and fully
Design Working Pressures-Shell (fluid) side is 150 PSIG; tube run tested before shipment.
(refrigerant) side is 200 PSIG.
Protection-Chiller is equipped with a thermostatically controlled
electric resistance heater cable wrapped helically around the shell,
under ¾” closed cell foamed plastic insulation with vapor seal, for
freeze protection to -20º ¼.

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OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES

HOT GAS BYPASS CONTROL (NO LEAD LAG) INDICATING LIGHTS


A hot gas modulating valve and solenoid valve are Indicating lights are factory mounted on the unit
factory installed on the refrigerant circuit having the exterior to indicate compressor failure, whether the
1st compressor on. This modulating valve allows unit compressor is on or off, and whether power is provided
capacity control down to 10% of full load. to the controls.
PRESSURE GAUGES COMPRESSOR HOUR METERS
Two inch suction and discharge pressure gauges are Compressor run time meters are factory installed to
provided for each refrigerant circuit and two inch oil facilitate maintenance.
pressure gauge is provided for each compressor. Each CIRCUIT BREAKERS (COMPRESSORS)
gauge is furnished with its own shut-off valve. Factory Companion trip, ambient calibrated circuit breakers
installation includes mounting and piping to the with built-in three leg overload protection provides
compressors. additional protection for compressors.
HEATED RECEIVER LOW AMBIENT CONTROL PHASE LOSS MONITOR
TO 0° F. Protects against phase loss (single phasing), phase
Utilizes heated and insulated oversized receivers in reversal (improper phase sequence), and low voltage.
conjunction with standard fan cycling controls to Field adjustable for low voltage set point.
assure compressor motor start in ambient temperature
down to 0” F. Each heated receiver is equipped with a CONTROL CIRCUIT TRANSFORMER
A factory mounted and wired control circuit trans-
spring loaded relief valve, pressure control, thermostat
former is furnished eliminating the need for running a
and check valve.
separate 115 volt power line for the unit control circuit.
LIMITIZER LOW AMBIENT CONTROL TO -20° F. An optional transformer reduces line voltage to the 115
Utilizes refrigerant pressure activated modulating volts required.
valves in conjunction with standard fan cycling controls
to assure unit operation and compressor start down to OPTIONAL FREEZE PROTECTION
The ACWC-RD includes a temperature sensing freeze-
-20° F.
stat as standard. However potentially damaging freeze
FUSED DISCONNECT AND INTERLOCK condtions can occur even if average leaving water
A fused disconnect is factory installed in the control temperatures are in excess of 35º F. Malfunction of the
panel with a “through the door” handle. Entrance to temperature sensing control can also occur. Bohn
the control panel is prevented unless power is shut off. offers additional freeze protection in the form of
Power can be restored when the access door is open. pressure sensing freezestats, and time delay, on each
HIGH RETURN WATER UNLOADING THERMOSTAT circuit for unsurpassed protection against a very
Prevents the chiller from fully loading at start-up until expensive failure.
the system chilled water has been sufficiently cooled Water Flow Switch - Stops compressor(s) on inter-
to avoid nuisance tripout problems. ruption of water flow. Flow switch is shipped with the
HIGH AMBIENT UNLOADING THERMOSTAT unit for field installation in external chilled water return
Allows part load operation at ambients in excess of piping.
115º F. ambient and avoids safety cut outs on high VIBRATION ELIMINATORS
head pressure. The following arrangements are offered.
FIVE MINUTE LOCKOUT TIMER 1) Rubber or spring isolators for the entire unit (field
A five minute, solid state timer delays compressor installed).
restart for five minutes after compressor shutdown. 2) Factory installed compressor spring isolators (1”
deflection) and flexible refrigerant connectors.
PART WINDING START (NA on sizes 22 and 32)
For applications where current inrush is limited. Pro-
vides two step starting for each compressor motor.

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CAPACITY DATA
Single Compressor Units
MODEL # LWT AMBIENT AIR -ºF
ºF 90 95 100 105 110 115 120(4)
MBH KW MBH KW MBH KW MBH KW MBH KW MBH KW MBH KW
ACWC 42 204 16. 1 198 16. 7 193 17. 5 187 18. 0 181 18. 9 176 19. 8 171 20. 0
15 RD 44 211 16. 4 205 16. 9 200 17. 7 194 18. 3 188 19. 1 183 20. 0 177 20. 3
45 215 16. 5 210 17. 0 204 17. 8 198 18. 4 192 19. 2 186 20. 1 180 20. 5
46 218 16. 5 213 17. 1 208 17. 9 201 18. 5 195 19. 3 189 20. 1 183 20. 7
48 225 16. 8 219 17. 4 214 18. 2 207 18. 8 201 19. 6 195 20. 3 189 21. 0
ACWC 42 248 21. 8 239 23. 1 232 23. 9 225 24. 5 218 25. 2 212 25. 8 206 26. 4
20 RD 44 254 22. 5 248 23. 5 241 24. 3 233 25. 0 226 25. 7 220 26. 4 213 26. 9
45 260 22. 8 252 23. 7 245 24. 5 237 25. 2 230 26. 0 224 26. 7 217 27. 4
46 265 23. 0 257 23. 9 249 24. 7 241 25. 4 234 26. 3 227 27. 0 220 27. 8
48 272 23. 4 265 24. 3 257 25. 2 248 25. 9 241 26. 8 233 27. 7 228 28. 5
ACWC 42 283 26. 6 275 27. 2 267 27. 8 259 28. 6 252 29. 3 244 30. 1 237 30. 8
25 RD 44 293 27. 1 284 27. 7 276 28. 4 268 29. 1 261 30. 0 252 30. 8 245 31, 6
45 296 27. 2 289 28. 0 281 28. 7 272 29. 3 265 30. 3 256 31. 1 249 31. 9
46 301 27. 3 294 28. 3 286 29. 0 276 29. 6 269 30. 7 260 31. 5 252 32. 2
48 310 27. 7 302 28. 8 294 29. 7 284 30. 2 277 31. 4 268 32. 3 261 33. 0
ACWC 42 353 33. 3 343 34. 3 333 35. 4 324 36. 4 316 37. 5 307 38. 7 299 39. 9
30 RD 44 363 33. 9 354 34. 8 344 35. 9 333 36. 9 327 38. 0 317 39. 1 310 40. 3
45 370 34. 1 360 35. 0 350 36. 1 339 37. 1 333 38. 2 322 39. 4 315 40. 4
46 377 34. 3 366 35. 3 356 36. 4 345 37. 4 339 38. 4 327 39. 6 320 40. 6
48 386 34. 8 376 35. 8 367 37. 0 356 38. 0 347 38. 9 337 40. 1 330 41. 2
ACWC 42 423 40. 9 409 42. 2 398 43. 3 386 44. 9 373 46. 0 361 47. 5 349 49. 0
39 RD 44 436 41. 9 422 43. 0 411 44. 3 399 45. 7 385 46. 9 372 48. 3 360 49. 5
45 442 42. 5 428 43. 4 418 44. 8 405 46. 2 391 47. 3 378 48. 7 365 50. 0
46 449 42. 8 434 43. 8 424 45. 4 411 46. 6 397 47. 8 384 49. 1 370 50. 5
48 462 43. 6 446 44. 6 437 46. 5 423 47. 5 409 48. 7 394 49. 9 382 51. 2

Dual Compressor Units

MODEL # LWT AMBIENT AIR-ºF.


ºF 90 95 100 105 110 115 120(4)
MBH KW MBH KW MBH KW MBH KW MBH KW MBH KW MBH KW
AC WC 42 231 17. 6 223 18. 4 217 19. 0 210 19. 8 205 20. 5 199 21. 2 193 21. 9
22 R D 44 240 17. 8 232 18. 6 226 19. 2 219 20. 1 213 20. 8 206 21. 4 200 22. 2
45 243 18. 0 236 18. 7 230 19. 3 223 20. 2 217 20. 9 210 21. 6 204 22. 4
46 246 18. 1 240 18. 8 234 19. 5 227 20. 4 220 21. 1 214 21. 7 208 22. 5
48 254 18. 4 248 19. 1 242 19. 8 235 20. 6 227 21. 4 220 22. 0 214 22. 8
AC WC 42 350 29. 9 341 30. 7 331 32. 1 322 33. 0 312 33. 9 301 35. 1 292 36. 0
32 R D 44 360 30. 2 352 31. 3 342 32. 7 332 33. 7 322 34. 6 311 35. 8 301 36. 9
45 365 30. 4 358 31. 6 348 33. 0 337 34. 0 327 34. 9 316 36. 1 306 37. 3
46 370 30. 6 363 31. 9 353 33. 3 342 34. 4 331 35. 3 321 36. 5 312 37. 6
48 382 31. 3 373 32. 5 363 34. 0 352 35. 2 339 36. 9 331 37. 2 320 38. 1

AC WC 42 427 40. 1 415 41. 3 401 42. 5 390 43. 8 377 44. 9 363 45. 7 352 46. 9
40 R D 44 441 40. 8 430 42. 1 416 43. 5 404 44. 7 391 45. 8 377 46. 8 363 47. 8
45 449 41. 4 437 42. 5 423 43. 9 411 45. 2 398 46. 3 384 47. 3 368 48. 2
46 458 41. 8 444 42. 9 430 44. 3 418 45. 7 405 46. 8 390 47. 9 375 48. 5
48 473 42. 6 458 43. 8 445 45. 4 432 46. 7 418 47. 8 403 49. 1 390 50. 0

Notes:
1. Ratings and contents are based on a 10º differance between EWT and LWT and sufficiently accurate for 8-12º differences.
2. Ratings are based on a .0005 fouling factor. For a .OO1 factor use the following correction:
total capacity x .98
compressor KW x .99
3. KW is for the compressor only.
4. Ratings are based on 60 hz power. For 50 hz use the following correction:
total capacity x .88
compressor KW x .83
120° ambient on 50 hz only

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PHYSICAL DATA
Model AC WC Si ngl e C ompr ess or Dual C ompr ess or
15 R D 20 R D 25 R D 30 R O 39 R D 22 R D 32 R D 40 R D
Quantityand Horsepower Circ. #1 (1) 20 (1) 25 (1) 30 (1) 35 (1) 40 (1) 7½ (1) 15 (1) 25
Quantityand Horsepower Circ. #2 (1) 7½ (1) 15 (1) 20
Oil Charge (oz.) 120 120 136 144 220 128/128 128/128 120/120
Crankcase Heater Watts (115v) 100 100 100 100 200 65/65 65/65 100/100
Face Area (Sq. Ft.) 24.2 24.2 24.2 32.2 32.2 12.1/12.1 16.1/16.1 16.9/15.3
Rows Deep 2 2 3 3 4 3 3 4
Fans No. and Dia. (in.) (3) 24 (3) 24 (3) 24 (4) 24 (4) 24 (3) 24 (4) 24 (4) 24
Motors No. and H.P. (3)¾ (3)¾ (3) ¾ (4)¾ (4)¾ (3)¾ (4)¾ (4)¾
RPM (motor) 1140 1140 1140 1140 1140 1140 1140 1140
Diameter & Tube Length (shell and tube) 8x48 8x48 8x60 8x60 8x84 8x48 8x60 8x84
WaterConn.(in.) 3" N PT 3" N PT 3" N PT 3" N PT 3" N PT 3" N PT 3" N PT 3" N PT
Net Water Volume 8 8 10 10 14 8 10 14
Electric Heater Watts 210 210 210 210 210 210 210 210
Refrig. Charge R22 Circ. #1/Circ. #2 23 23 29 33 42 16/16 19/19 25/23
Approx. Operating Weight (Ibs.) 1800 1820 2000 2170 2310 2170 2510 2670

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EL ECT RICAL DATA
Compress ors Min. Recommended
#1 #2 Fan Motor Circuit Max.
Model Type Ampacity Fuse
No. Start KW FLA LRA Wire Fuse Size
Voltage
RLA LRA RLA LRA Total No. Total Total Size Size
15 RD 230 A/L 62.8 308 3.3 3 8.8 20.2 87.3 3 125 150
230 PW 62.6 188 3.3 3 8.8 20.2 87.3 3 125 150
460 A/L 31.4 154 3.3 3 4.4 10.1 43.7 8 60 70
460 PW 26.8 84 3.3 3 4.4 10.1 40.4 8 60 60
575 A/L 25.6 135 3.3 3 4.4 10.1 35.5 8 50 60
575 PW 25.6 81 3.3 3 4.4 10.1 35.5 8 50 60
20 RD 230 A/L 76.9 428 3.3 3 8.8 20.2 104.9 2 150 175
230 PW 76.9 250 3.3 3 8.8 20.2 104.9 2 150 175
460 A/L 38.5 214 3.3 3 4.4 10.1 52.5 6 80 90
460 PW 41.6 117 3.3 3 4.4 10.1 56.4 6 80 90
575 A/L 30.8 172 3.3 3 4.4 10.1 42.0 8 60 70
575 PW 30.8 103 3.3 3 4.4 10.1 42.0 8 60 70
25 RD 230 A/L 105.8 470 3.3 3 8.8 20.2 141.1 1/0 200 225
230 PW 105.8 292 3.3 3 8.8 20.2 141.1 1/0 200 225
460 A/L 52.9 235 3.3 3 4.4 10.1 70.5 4 100 110
460 PW 52.9 141 3.3 3 4.4 10.1 70.5 4 100 110
575 A/L 38.5 200 3.3 3 4.4 10.1 51.6 6 80 90
575 PW 38.5 130 3.3 3 4.4 10.1 51.6 6 80 90
30 RD 230 A/L 112.2 565 4.4 4 13.5 27 153.8 2/0 225 250
230 PW 112.2 340 4.4 4 13.5 27 153.8 2/0 225 250
460 A/L 56.1 283 4.4 4 6.8 ; 13.6 76.9 4 110 125
460 PW 60.6 156 4.4 4 6.8 13.6 82.6 4 125 125
575 A/L 44.9 230 4.4 4 6.8 13.6 61.5 6 90 100
575 PW 44.9 138 4.4 4 6.8 13.6 61.5 6 90 100
39 RO 200 A/L 152.6 660 4.4 4 13.5 27 204.3 4/0 300 350
200 PW 152.6 400 4.4 4 13.5 27 204.3 4/0 300 350
230 A/L 126.9 594 4.4 4 13.5 27 172.1 2/0 250 250
230 PW 126.9 340 4.4 4 13.5 27 172.1 2/0 250 250
460 A/L 63.5 297 4.4 4 6.8 13.6 86.2 3 125 125
460 PW 62.2 170 4.4 4 6.8 13.6 84.6 4 125 125
575 A/L 51.3 235 4.4 4 6.8 13.6 69.5 4 100 110
575 PW 51.3 135 4.4 4 6.8 13.6 69.5 4 100 110
22 RD 230 A/L 36.8 215 36.8 215 3.3 3 8.8 20.2 91.6 3 125 125
460 A/L 16.0 106 16.0 106 3.3 3 4.4 10.1 40.4 8 50 50
575 A/L 14.7 84 14.7 84 3.3 3 4.4 10.1 36.6 8 45 50
32 RO 230 A/L 53.5 275 53.5 275 4.4 4 13.5 27 133.9 1/0 175 175
460 A/L 26.0 138 26.0 138 4.4 4 6.8 13.6 65.3 4 80 90
575 A/L 21.2 110 21.2 110 4.4 4 6.8 13.6 53.1 6 70 70
40 RD 230 A/L 76.9 428 62.8 308 4.4 4 13.5 27 172.4 2/0 225 225
230 PW 76.9 250 62.8 188 4.4 4 13.5 27 172.4 2/0 225 225
460 A/L 38.5 214 31.4 154 4.4 4 6.8 13.6 86.3 3 110 110
460 PW 41.6 117 28.8 84 4.4 4 6.8 13.6 87.6 3 110 125
575 A/L 30.8 172 25.6 135 4.4 4 6.8 13.6 69.5 4 90 100
575 PW 30.8 103 25.6 81 4.4 4 6.8 13.6 69.5 4 90 100

NOTES:
1. A/L: Across the Line. PW: Part Winding.
2. Rated Load Amps comply with compressor motors continuous current rating and N.E.C. Article 440-52,b,2.
3. Locked rotor amps for PW start are for the first winding for one second. Compressor motors are sequence started with a 15 second time delay
between starts.
4. Minimum circuit ampacity as per N.E.C. Section 430-24.
5. Wire size based on copper conductors with 75° C. insulation per N.E.C. Table #310-16.
6. Use time delay (dual element) fuses only based on N.E.C. Section 440-22. On units involving a combination of high ambient and low voltage the
maximum fuse size should be used rather than the recommended fuse size.

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DIMENSIONAL DATA:

DIMENSIONS

D = Tube Pull Clearance


l = Dual Compressor Units

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DESIGN AND SPEClFlCATlONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE