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Features and benefits

Heating coil types 12-13

Cooling coil types 14-15

Nomenclature 16

Cooling coils

Dehumidifying coil selection 16-18

Sensible coil selection 19

Selection charts and tables 20-29

Chilled water capacities 30-53

Refrigerant capacities 54-57

Dimensional data 58-65

General piping information 66

Mechanical specifications 67

Heating coils

Hot water coil selection 68-69

Steam coil selection 70

Selection charts and tables 71-84

Dimensional data 85-88

General piping information 89-91

Mechanical specifications 92

"THE TRANE COMPANY 1984

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Prima:' and Sifma-flo· Coils + IVS=fhe improved performance choice

For Energy FitTM Savings make the whole VAV system Trane.

You already know that a variable air volume system will save energy by varying the airflow and reducing the fan brake horsepower required. Any VAV system can do that.

But there's a lot more to choosing a VAV system than just comparing energy savings. When you select Trane for your VAV needs, you're assured not only of an Energy Fit system, but you receive the extra value of single-source product and system responsibility. Trane has everything from the fans, coils and VAV components, to the air handier and chiller, all backed with Trane technical expertise to properly complete your VAV system.

For example, consider the Trane computerized VAV duct design program. The program uses a static pressure regain method to help lower static pressure so less bhp is needed. The Trane duct program also helps save on first costs by determining exactly how much sheet metal is needed so costly waste is eliminated. When you consider a VAV system, make the whole system Trane.

Coils-

With the addition of infinitely variable fin spacing to the recognized quality Prima and Sigma-Flo ® fin design, Trane can offer an even more Energy Fit" coil design.

IVS allows you to select the lowest air pressure drop coil to meet the design conditions. In addition, it's now possible to balance the air side and water side for the most economical system.

Fans-

Improved Trane centrifugal fans provide efficiencies of up to 14 percent above the industry average. For even more energy savings in a VAV system, Trane uses inlet guide vanes with scroll bypass or a variable speed drive fan to

maximize the bhp unloading as the fan modulates. Inlet vanes can deliver energy savings of 30 percent or more over a constant volume system.

VariTrane ® Duct Design Program

Trane static regain air distribution systems provide significant energy savings and reliability by delivering:

• Static regain duct design for reduced system static

pressure requirements and fan bhp

• Complete system sound analysis

• Sheet metal and fitting bill of material

• VariTrane unit selection and take-off

• Design time savings

• Ouick turnaround and access through all Trane sales offices.

VariTrane ®

VariTrane VAV terminal control units include the patented Trane die-cast aluminum air valve with only one moving part for smooth linear modulation and simple control. VariTrane units are available with pneumatic, system powered, or electric controls and come with or without pressure compensation.

Chiller -

In addition to ensuring years of trouble-free machine life, the complete line of Trane Hermetic CenTraVac ® chillers are designed for high efficiency at both full and part load conditions. Combined with superior heat transfer and control technology, Trane chiller performance has been the industry standard of excellence in water chillers for years, be it centrifugal water chillers or air-cooled centrifugal or water or air-cooled reciprocating.

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TraneIVS

Computer Coil Prog-ram - · Quiell. Easy · Flexible

Forquick, easy coil selection, along with greater flexibility in design decisions, The Trane Company has developed a computerized selection program to facilitate the selection of IVS coils. The new computer program is available for chilled water, hot water, steam, refrigerant, refrigerant heat recovery coils and coil runaround loop.

In addition to an easy input procedure and quick turnaround time, the program is designed to be flexible enough to allow the design to balance both the ai r side and water side for the most efficient system.

By specifying the exact entering conditions, the program also provides leaving conditions such as leaving air and water temperature and air pressure drop. If the change in water temperature drop is not indicated, the program will automatically select the coils based on standard industry operating conditions.

Computerized Coil Selection - a variety of options to suit a variety of conditions.

• Provides clear output results based on both PrimaFiaT'" and Sigma-Flo ® fins.

• Can specify total capacity required or desired leaving wet bulb or dry bulb.

• For water coil selection, the program can specify exact gpm or change in water temperature. If these parameters are unknown, the program will assume standard water temperature changes. Since pump operating costs are typically much lower than fan operating costs, a high gpm will result in lower fins per foot selection. This will minimize air pressure drop and save on fan operating costs.

• For refrigerant coil selections the program can specify the requirements for vertical row split coils.

• Can specify if selection is for copper fins. Air pressure drop will be based on a copper fin selection. Can specify if selection has a heavier than standard tube wall. If so, the program will adjust water pressure drop accordingly.

• Features maximum fins per foot specification. When specified, all selections will be coils with less than or equal to the maximum fins per foot specified.

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E STEAM COILSuniform temperature distribution and maximum freeze protection

t-inch outer tube lor Iree condensate flow.

Corrosion resistant metal clips center the distributing tube in the outer tube to ensure unrestricted condensate flow.

"/winch steam distributing tube lor even steam flow.

Precisely sized holes in tube end caps allow equal flow and provide even heating at the coil end.

Kinetic orifice assures uniform temperature distribution and free condensate removal.

Tapered cast-iron header design ensures equal steam flow through each tube.

Even Temperature Distribution Proven

Trane lab-tested a 24" x 120" Type NS coil with SigmaFlo ® fins for three-zone, draw through operation. Entering air was set at 800 fpm and 20 F with 5 psig steam pressure. Ten vertical thermo-couple grids were placed 18 inches from the leaving air face. Temperature readings were taken at 100 percent, 56 percent and 8 percent of full load capacity. Results are shown on the face of the coil above. Large figures are the average zone temperatures, small figures are the average vertical leaving air temperatures at each grid. The maximum leaving air temperature difference between all three zones is an average of only 1.8 F for conditions from 8 to 100 percent of full load.

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Thane coils for Ener\1Y Fif" heat recovery systems

As energy costs rise, getting the maximum value for every energy dollar spent becomes increasingly more important. Today, recovering heat is one of the most practical ways to get full energy value.

The Trane Company offers two systems of using coils for heat recovery applications. The coil loop and the refigerant heat recovery coil harness heat that is normally rejected and put the heat to use saving building operating costs. And now both are available with IVS allowing you to select the exact fin spacing to provide the most efficient system.

TRANE COIL LOOP - SIMPLE, EFFICIENT HEAT RECOVERY

Simple in application, the coil loop is an air-to-air method of heat recovery, used in applications where warm air is exhausted to the atmosphere. Similar coils are placed in the supply and exhaust airstreams. The two coils are linked by a closed loop and a pump circulates a water or glycol solution through the coils. The system takes heat from the warm exhaust air and transfers it to the cold supply air.

The coil loop is seasonally reversible. During winter operation, the warm exhaust air passes through the exhaust coil and is used to preheat the supply air. During the summer, the coil loop operates to precool the incoming supply air. Heat is removed from the supply air and rejected to the outgoing exhaust air. Typically 65 percent of the heat normally rejected can be recovered. And that means savings on fuel costs.

OUTSIDE AIR

To make the coil loop even more functional, Trane offers a coil heat recovery loop computer program that saves time consuming hand calculations by simulating the performance of the coil heat recovery loop. The computer program also accesses TRACE ® (Trane Air Conditioning. Economics) weather tapes to accurately predict the economic performance of the system.

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Heafill\1 Coils for every need •••

e steam heating applications hot water applications

• refrigerant heat recovery applications

TYPE

WATER COil

One row or two row, alternate tube hot water coil. For central system or duct applications. Opposite end connections lor one row coil.

• Fin spacings - Aluminum: 80 through 168 fins per ft. - Copper: 80 through 144 fins per ft.

• Finned widths - 6", 9",12",18",24",30" and 33" (one row). 12",18",24",30" and33" (two row).

• Finned lengths - 12" to 144". Maximum standard operating limits:

One row coils - 200 psi and 325 F. Two row coils - 200 psi and 220 F.

HOT WATER COIL

Hot water or steam applications. One and two-row same-end connections. Steel pipe water connections.

HOT WATER SLIP FLANGE COil

Fast, low-cost slip flange installations. One and two-row same-end connections.

• Fin spacings - Aluminum: 80, 110, and IS0tins per ft.

- Copper: 80, 110, and 144 fins per ft.

• Finned widths - 6", 9", 12", IS" and 18".

• Finned lengths - 6" to 72".

Maximum standard operating limits: 100 psi and 400 F, steam. 225 psi and 325 F or

300 psi and 275 F, water.

TYPE

WATER COIL One row ortwo row, full row serpentine hot water coil. Use in central system or duct applications with high capacity requirements. Opposite end connections for one row coil.

• Fin spacings - Aluminum: 80 through 168 fins per ft. - Copper: 80 through 144 fins per ft.

• Cast iron headers through 33"; 36" through 48" headers are brazed copper headers. These are extruded at tube-to-header joints for strength and low resistance water flow.

• Finned widths - 12" to 33" (one row). 12" to 48" (two row).

• Finned lengths - 12" to 144" (through 33 widths).

12" to 168" (36" through 48" widths).

Maximum standard operating limits:

One row coils - 200 psi and 325 F. Two row coils - 200 psi and 220 F.

TYPE

STEAM COILS

For reduced and uniform leaving air temperatures at modulated steam flow rates. Type "N" - opposite-end connections. Type "NS" - same-end connections. One row.

• Fin spacings - Aluminum: 42 through 132 fins per ft.

- Copper: 42 through 132 fins per ft.

• Finned widths -12",18",24",30" and 33".

• Finned lengths - 12" to 1 44". Maximum standard operating limits:

Copper tubes - 1 00 psi and 400 F. Red brass tubes - 200 gSi and 400 F.

Only available with Sigma Flo' fins.

WATER COIL

One-row, two-pass, hot water coil, same end connection. Provides uniform air distribution for central system or duct applications.

• Fin spacings - Aluminum: 80 through 168 fins per ft.

- Copper: 80 through 144 fins per ft.

• Finned widths - 12', 18",24",30" and 33".

• Finned lengths - 12" to 120".

Maximum standard operating limits: 200 psi and 250 F.

TYPE

'Heat recovery coils, Type H, are not included in the ARI certification program.

REFRIGERANT HEAT RECOVERY COIL

• 1,2,3,4 and 6 rows.

• Fin spacing - Aluminum: 80 through 168 fins per foot.

• - Copper: 80 through 144 fins per foot.

• Finned widths 12", 16",24",30",33",36",42" and 48".

• Maximum circuits depends on number 01 rows and finned width. Maximum standard operating limits: 300 psig.

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DUAL-TUBE-FEED HOT WATER COIL

For intermediate gpm applications. One and two rows.

• Fin spacings - Aluminum: 80 through 168 fins per ft.

- Copper: 80 through 144 fins per ft.

• Finned widths - 9", 12", 16",24",30" and 33" (two-row only).

• Finned lengths - 12" to 96".

Maximum standard operating limits: 225 psi and 325 F or

300 psi and 275 F, water.

TYPE

STEAM COil

For central system, industrial and process applications. One-row, oppositeend connections.

• Fin spacings - Aluminum: 80 through 168 fins per ft.

- Copper: 80 through 144 fins per ft.

• Finned widths - 6' ,9", 12", 18",24",30" and 33".

• Finned lengths - 12" to 1 20". Maximum standard operating limits:

Copper tubes - 100 psi and 400 F. Red brass tubes - 200 psi and 400 F.

Type "AA" coil feeds alternate tubes.

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Cooli~ Coils for ~very need •••

direct expansion applications chilled water applications

TYPE

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DRAINABLE WATER CDILS

Positive antifreeze protection available with each row completely drain able through individual headers. Single row serpentine and U-bends at opposite end.

• 4,6,8,10 and 12-row same-end connections. a-row opposite end.

• Fin spacings - Aluminum: 80 through 168 fins per ft.

- Copper: 80 through 144 fins per ft.

• Finned widths - 12", 18",24",30" and 33".

• Finned lengths - 12" to 144".

Maximum standard operating limits: 200 psi and 220 F. Higher temperature and pressure service available as special.

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STANDARD WATER CODLING COIL

Most economical coil for general purpose cooling. Drainable for freeze protection when installed level. Single row serpenti ne. U-bends opposite end.

• 2,3,4,6,8, 10 and 12-row same-end connections.

• Fin spacings - Aluminum: 80 through 168 fins per ft. - Copper: 80 through 144 fins per ft.

• Finned widths - 12", 18",24",30",33",36",42" and 48".

• Cast iron headers through 33", 36", 42" and 48" are brazed copper headers, extruded at tube-to-header joint for strength and low resistance water flow.

• Finned lengths - 12" to 144" (through 33" widths)

- 12" to 168" (36" through 48" widths)

Maximum standard operating limits: 200 psi and 220 F. Higher temperature and pressure service available as special.

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WATER COilS

Partial row serpentine coils for low gpm applications. Excellent for heat recovery or solar applications with low water flow rates and high water temperature rises. U-bends at opposite ends.

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TYPE "P2" - two-tubes fed with water. 2, 4 and 6 rows available. • Fin spacings - Aluminum: 80 through 168 fins per ft.

- Copper: 80 through 144 fins per ft.

• Finned widths - 12", 18",24" and 30".

• Finned lengths - 12" to 120".

TYPE "P4" - four-tubes fed with water. 2, 4, 6 and 8·rows available. • Fin spacings - Aluminum: 80 through 168 fins per ft.

- Copper: 80 through 144 fins per ft.

• Finned widths - 12", 18",24" and 30".

• Finned lengths - t2" to 120".

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CLEANABLE AND ORAINABLE WATER COIL

Use whenever tubes require periodic cleaning. Each tube is readily accessible without piping disconnect. Single row serpentine. Removable headers at opposite end.

• 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12-rows with same-end connections. 3-row opposite end.

• Fin spacings - Aluminum: 80 through 168 fins per ft.

Copper: 80 through 144 fins per ft.

• Finned widths - 12", 18",24",30" and 33".

• Finned lengths - 12" to 144"

Maximum standard operating limits; 200 psi and 220 F.

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REFRIGERANT COl L . Direct expansion refrigerant coils for use with refrigerants R-12 and R-22. Unique thermal counterflow circuiting arrangement for maximum capacity. One-piece, multi-circuit distributors assure uniform refrigerant distribution to all tube circuits.

• 2 3,4,6 and 8 rows available. Suction header located at entering airside f~r proper superheat control on all 4, 6 and 8-row coils.

• Fin spacings - Aluminum: 80 through 168 fins per ft.

~ Copper: 80 through 144 fins per ft.

• Finned widths - 12", 18", 24", 30" and 33". .

• Finned lengths - 12" to 144".

Distributor tubes of y." (Type "8"), or 5/'6" (Type "L"). diame~er are pro~ided as required in selection. Maximum standard operating limits: 300 pSI.

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ORAINABLE WATER CDILS DOUBLE ROW SERPENTINE

Completely drainabls double row serpentine coils for high gpm, low water temperature rise applications. U-bends at opposite end.

DD • 4,8, and 12-row same-end connections. 6 and 10-row opposite end.

• Fin spacings - Aluminum: 80 through 168 fins per ft. - Copper: 80 through 144 fins per ft.

• Finned widths - 18", 24", 30" and 33".

• Finned lengths - 18" to 144".

Maximum standard operating limits: 200 psi and 220 F. Higher temperature and pressure service available as special.

WD • Same end connections. 6, 8, 1 0 and 12 rows drainable for freeze protection when instaued level.

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8

• I . 80 through 168 fins per ft.

. 80 through 144 fins per ft.

• Finned widths - ' , 24" and 30".

• Finned lengths - 18" to 120".

Maximum standard operating limits for P2, P4 and P8 coils: 200 psi and 220 F. Higher temperature and pressure service available as special.

TYPE

NOMENCLATURE:

ATD = Air Temperature Drop ATR = Air Temperature Rise C = Available Circuits

CC = Coil Coefficient

DB =Dry Bulb

EAT = Entering Air Temperature EWT = Entering Water Temperature FA = Face Area

F, = Inside Heat Transfer Factor

FLC = Capacity Correction Factor

Fa = Outside Heat Transfer Factor ITO = Initial Temperature Difference LAT = Leaving Air Temperature LHV = Latent Heat of Vaporization LWT = Leaving Water Temperature

Nc = Optimum Number of Circuits per Square Foot of Face Area. Nc = OC/FA

OC = Optimum Number of Circuits

PCH = Pounds of Condensate per Hour PF = Prima-Flo Fins

Q = Heating Load (Btuh)

scfm = Cubic Feet Per Minute at Standard Air Conditions

SF = Sigma-Flo ® Fins .

ST = Suction Temperature

WB = Wet Bulb

wpd = Water Pressure Drop WTD = Water Temperature Drop WTR = Water Temperature Rise

DEHUMIDIfYING COOLING COIL SELECTION PROCEDURE COOLING COILS - GENERAL

1. Tabulated data for selection of Trane dehumidifying water cooling coils is on Pages 30-53 and for refrigerant coil, Pages 54-57. For given entering conditions within the ranges noted below, the MBh/ft2 capacity, leaving dry bulb and leaving wet bulb temperatures are tabulated for 2,4,6 and 8 -row water coils and 2, 4, 6 and 8-row refrigerant coils for fin spacing SO. 100, 120, 140 and 160 fp!. These capacities and leaving air temperatures are tabulated for the following air and water or refrigerant conditions:

a. Entering wet and dry bulb temperature (both water and refrigerant coils).

b. For each of the above EWB and EDB conditions, capacities are given in the tabulated data section for any combination of the following variables:

Water Coils

Entering Water Temperature 42 and 44 F Water Temperature Rise S, 10, 12, 16 F Water Velocity 2, 4, 6, S fps

Air Velocity 400, 500, 600, 700 fpm

Fin Spacing 80, 100, 120, 140, 160, fpf

Refrigerant Coils

Section Temperature 35, 40, 45 F Air Velocity 400,500, 600, 700 fpm

Fin Spacing 80, 100, 120, 140, 160 fpf

2. For dehumifying coil selection procedure, see page 17.

3. For sensible cooling coil selection procedure, see Page 19.

4. Trane cooling coils dehumidfy at face velocities up to 750 fpm depending on fin spacing and type. (Charts 23-1 and 23-2; Moisture Carryover Limits). The characteristics of the fins allow condensed moisture to flow to the bottom channel of the coil without being carried into the airstream.

5. For any given face area, a long narrow coil will give the most economical selection.

6. Dehumidifying cooling coils are not recommended for vertical airflow applications.

7. Vertical tube installation is not recommended for dehumidifying application because horizontal fins do not provide a continuous condensate flow path to the bottom channel.

WATER COOLING COILS- TypesW, 0,00, WO, K, P2, P4and P8 Certified Under ARI Standard 410

1. Capacities are based on counterflow of air and water through the coil. Counterflow is obtained when the cooling medium enters the coil bank on the leaving air side and leaves on the entering air side.

2. Minimum economical difference is 6 to 8 F between leaving air DB and entering water temperatures for counterflow operation. Lower differentials are possible but usually require excessive coil surface.

3. Maintain as high a water velocity (up to S fps) as pressure drop will permit.

4. Where water flow rates are low (below 4 fps), the use of turbulators is recommended to obtain maximum heat transfer. This gives capacities equivalent to those with double the water velocity. Therefore, when selecting a coil with turbulators, double the actual water velocity for selection purposes.

5. Standard water cooling coils can be used in hot water applications for a water temperature drop of up to 60 F, if water velocity is 1 fps or more. Entering water temperature should not exceed 220 F. See Page 68 for the hot water coil selection or capacity determination procedures.

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REFRIGERANT COOLING COILS - For R-12 and R·22

1. Selecting the proper number of circuits for a given refrigerant coil is extremely important. The number of circuits required depends upon the coil capacity, coil size (width and length), number of rows, and suction and condensing temperatures. When these are determined, the optimum number of circuits can be obtained by multiplying Nc (from the tabulated data) times the face area. The selected number of circuits would then be the number of available circuits which is closest to the optimum circuits.

2. Avoid selecting refrigerant coils for dehumidifying applications with suction temperatures between 32 F and 35 F. Reduction in load or entering air conditions will cause suction temperature to drop, which may result in coil frosting. Hot gas bypass, properly applied, may permit satisfactoryoperation at lower than normal suction temperatures.

3. Standard refrigerant coils are designed to operate with tubes in a horizontal position for horizontal airflow only,

4. Proper expansion valve selection and installation is necessary for optimum performance of refrigerant coils, The T rane Refrigeration Manual presents a thorough discussion of expansion valve selection and installation. In calculating pressure difference available for expansion valve selection, use 20 psi pressure drop for refrigerant coil, including distributor.

DEHUMIDIFYING WATER COOLING COIL SELECTION - Coil Selection Types W, 0, OD, WO, K, P2, P4 and P8

For most applications, a cooling coil will provide dehumidification. If dehumidification is in question, locate entering and leaving air temperatures on a Trane Psychrometric Chart. If dew point temperature remains constant between entering and leaving air temperatures, no dehumidification occurs and sensible cooling selection procedure, Page 19, should be used.

EXAMPLE A Problem:

Determine the coil type, size, rows, fin spacings, air friction, water friction and sensible heat ratio for the conditions given below:

Given:

Cool 20,000 scfm of entering air from 80 DB-67 WB to 55.6 WB leaving air, with 143 gpm of water entering at 44 F. Face velocity shall not exceed 500 fpm.

Solution:

1. Coil type and size

. 20000 scfm

COil Face Area 500 fpm = 40 ft2

From Table 29-1, select a 4S" x 120" coil (40 ft2)

2. Cooling load Q

a. Enthalpy at wet bulb temperature determined from Table 27-1.

Hat 67 F WB

Hat 55.6 F WB Enthalpy difference

31.62 Btu/lb 23.59 Btu/lb 8.03 Btu/lb

b. Cooling Load Q = Enthalpy Difference x 4.5 x scfm = 8.03 x 4.5 x 20,000 = 722,700 Btuh

3. Capacity/tt" face area 722,700 Btuh

40 ft2 1S,070 Btuh/fF = 18.07 MBh/fF

4. Water temperature rise

WTR = Q

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5. Water velocity (fps)

f s = gpm x 1.66

p finned width (inches)

722,700 500 x 143

10.1 F

143 x 1.66 48

4.95 fps

6. Coil selection - Prima-Flo

From the tabular data, Pages 38 and 39, at 80167 EAT, 44 EWT, 500 fpm, interpolate between 10 and 12 WTR, and 4 and 6 fps. Scan the data to select the lowest rows and fin spacing that will meet or exceed 18.07 MBhlft2. Select a 4- row, type W coil with 118 fins/ft and 56.0/55.6 LAT,

7. Sensible heat ratio calculation (SHR) SHR = (EDB - LOB) x specific heat enthalpy difference

= (SO - 5~:~~ x 0.241 = 0.672

8. Air friction (in. H20)

When SHR is greater than 0.95, use dry air friction charts; when SHR is less than 0.95, use wet air friction charts. For the above SHR of 0.672 at 118 fins/ft and using the wet air friction chart (Chart 23-1), apd = 0.39 in. of H20.

9. Water pressure drop (ft. H20)

From Table 28-1 for a type W, 48" width coil at 4.95 fps. Header wpd = 4.95 ft. H20

From Table 28-2 and 28-3 and Tube wpd = (tube wpd per pass + additional wpd per pass) x (number of passes) x (average water temperature correction factor).

44 + 10.1

Average water temperature = -2- = 49.1 F

Correction factor = 1.06 (from Table 2S-5)

Type W coil requires no additional wpd per pass. Therefore, Tube wpd = 2.23 x 4 x 1.06 = 9.46 ft. H20

Total wpd = Header wpd + tube wpd

= 4.95 + 9.46 = 14.4 ft. H20

3-row, type W coils have a same-end connection configuration and are not available with turbulators. To obtain the correct wpd for these coils multiply the total wpd by a factor of 1.5.

NOTE: To select P2, P4, PS, 0, K, DO, or *WD coils, use the above procedure with the correction gpm-fps conversion from Table 29-1.

NOTE: For WD coil selections, use the same procedure as you would for a DD coil but reference page 29 for capacity and water pressure drop corrections.

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DEHUMIDIFYING REFRIGERANT GOOLING COIL SELECTION - Type F

EXAMPLE B

Problem:

Determine the coil size, rows, fin spacing, number of circuits, LDB/LWB and air friction for the performance given below.

Given:

Cool 1 0,000 scfm of air from 80 DB-67 WB to 54.7 WB with R22 at 40 F suction temperature and 105 F condensing temperature. The coil air velocity shall not exceed 500 fpm.

Solution:

1. Coil size

Face Area = 1 ~OO~O = 20.0 ftZ

From Table 29-1, select a 30" x 96" coil with 20.0 ft2 face area. Actual face velocity = 10,000/20.0 = 500 fpm.

2. Cooling load 0

a. Enthalpy at wet bulb temperature determined from Table 27-1

H at 67 F WB = 31.62 Btu/lb

Hat 54.7 F WB = 23.04 Btu/lb Enthalpy Difference « 8.58 Btu/lb

b. Cooling load 0 = Enthalpy difference x 4.5 x scfm = 8.58 x 4.5 x 10,000 = 386,100 Btuh

3. Capacity/ft2 face area

386.1 MBh 19.3 MBh/fF

20.0 ft2

Using the length correction factor at the bottom of page 57, the corrected capacity = ~ = 18.8 MBh/ft2

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4. Coil selection - Sigma Flo ® G

Enter the tabulated data on page 57 at 80/67 EAT and 40 F suction temperature. Interpolate at 500 fpm to select the following coil:

Coil size = 30" x 96" Coil type = F

No. of rows = 4

Fin spacing = 91 fins/It. Capacity = 18.8 MBh/ft2 LAT = 56.2/54.9

Nc = 0.83

5. Optimum number of circuits (OC)

OC = FAx Nc = 20 ft.2 x 0.83 = 16.6

Referring to the bottom of page 57,20 available circuits (C) is closest to the optimum.

6. Distributor selection (S or L)

Referring to Chart 26-1 for R-22 systems, enter the table with the suction temperature and the MBh/circuit to determine the distributor required, S (%" 00) or L (5/16" 00).

MBh/circuit "" corrected coil capacity/circuit =

18.8 x 20 fF . .

20 Circuits = 18.8 MBh/clrcult

From Chart 26-1, type S distributor is selected.

7. Air friction (in. H20)

The air friction, Chart 23-2, for a 4 row, 91 fins/ft. wet coil is 0.53 inches H20.

NOTE: Prima-Flo selection obtained by referencing Prima-Flo charts.

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SENSIBLE CHILLED WATER COOLING COIL SELECTION (TYPES W, OJ DO, WD, K, P2, P4 and P8)

Determine whether the design air conditions will result in dehumidification (latent cooling) or no dehumidification (sensible cooling). This can be done by locating the design entering and leaving air conditions on the Trane Psychrometric Chart. If the dew point temperature remains constant between the entering and leaving air temperature, no dehumidification takes place and the sensible cooling selection procedures should be used. If the dew point temperature is reduced, then the dehumidifying cooling coil selection, Example A, Page 17, should be used.

EXAMPLE C Problem:

Determine coil type, size, rows, fin spacing, air friction and water pressure drop for the following cooling requirement.

Given:

7,200 scfm to be cooled from 90 F DB-70 F WB to 75 DB with 35 gpm of 55 F city water. Coil face velocity not to exceed 750 fpm.

Selection: Prima Flo

1. Cooling load (SHR = 1.00) Q = 1.085 x scfm x A TO

= 1.085 x 7200 x(90-75) "" 117,000 Btuh

2. Face velocity (fpm)

Minimum allowable face area 7~~g ~~~m = 9.60 ft.2

From Table 29-1, select a 33" x 42" (9.63 ft.2), type-W coil.

. 7200 scfm

Actual face velocity (fpm) = 9.63 ft2 = 748 fpm

3. Tube water velocity (fpm) ConVerting gpm to fps, (Table 29-2):

f - gpm x 1.66 35 x 1.66 1 76 f

ps - Finned Width 33" . ps

4. Coil coefficient (CC)

a. ATD 90 - 75

lTD = 90 - 55 = OA29

b. WTR Q 117000 = 6 7

500 x gpm 500 x 35 .

c. LWT = 55 + 6.7 "" 61.7 F

d. WTR 6.7 0447

ATD = 90-75 = .

e. Using the ratios in "a" and "d", a coil coefficient of 0.63 is read from Chart 20-1 .

5. Inside heat transfer factor (Fj) Average water temperature =

EWT ~ LWT = 552+ 61.7 = 58A F

From Chart 21-2 at 58A F and 1.76 fps, Fj =0.186

With turbulators, read "F;" at twice the water velocity. At 58A F and 3.52 fps, Fi (turbs) "" 0.105

6. Outside heat transfer factor (F 0)

Assume a two-row coil; N = 2. Determine the total heat transfer factor (F,).

F = 92.17 x N 92.17 x 2 = 0391

, CC x fpm .63 x 748 .

Fo = F, - Fj = 0.391 - 0.186 = 0.205

7. Fin spacing (fins/ft.)

From Chart 22-1, the fin spacing required at F 0 =0.205 and 748 fpm is off the graph. Calculate a new Fo using: (a) turbulators - go back to Step (5) or (b) increasing the number of coil rows - go back to step (6).

a. Fa (turbs) = F, - F, (turbs) = 0.391 - 0.105 = 0.286 From Chart 22-1, fin spacing required = 141 fins/It.

b. OR, at N = 3, Ft = 0.587, therefore F 0 = 0.587 - 0.186 = OA01. From Chart 22-1, fin spacing required = 101 fins/ft.

For the remainder 01 this example, assume a two-row, type W, coil with 141 fins/ft. and turhulators is selected.

8. Air friction (in. H20)

Dry air friction of 0.36 in. H20 is read from Chart 24-1 at 748 fpm and 141 fins/ft (at standard air density).

9. Water pressure drop (ft H20)

Interpolating from Tables 28-2 and 28-1 at 1.76 Ips with turbulators and from Table 28-5 at 58A F,

Header wpd = OAO ft. H20

Tube wpd "" (wpd per pass) x (no. of passes or rows) x (correction factor)

= OA8 x 2 x 1.00 = 0.96 ft. H20 Tota! wpd = OAO + 0.96 = 1.36 ft. H20

NOTE: 3-row, type W coils have a same-end connection configuration and are not available with turhulators. To obtain the correct wpd for these coils, multiply the total wpd by a factor of 1.5.

10. Coil selection

Coil size = 33" x 42"

Coil Type = W with turbulators No. of Rows = 2

Fin Spacing = 141 fins/ft.

NOTE: Sigma-Flo ® selection obtained by referencing Sigma· Flo ® charts.

To select P2, P4, P8, D, DO or *WD coils, use the above procedure with the correct gpm - fps conversion from Table 29-2.

NOTE: For WD coil selections, use the same procedure as you

would for a DO coil but reference page 29 for capacity and water pressure drop corrections.

19

CHART 20-1 - Multi-row Water Sensible Cooling and Heating Coil Coefficients (CC)

o

~~+:+I+++++rrrj'rH~)'-7~'~~~-H-Tt++H+rMTH~ 1.00 I

II

II

, I

I!

I !'

I II

I'

, I I

IH+F,,..-i-+-Jo"'tI_'I-'-V-'++: +! +-1 H:--:,i".:;-:.' -H--+-H--+t-+t-+-rH-t++H+Ht!:±::;; 2.00

, I I

'1 I

I I

II

III

II

I I I

! I I'

I I

1.5 2.0

COIL COEFFICIENT (CCl

NOTE:

1 ATD = AIR TEMPERATURE DROP 2 ATR = AIR TEMPERATURE RISE

3 WTD = WATER TEMPERATURE DROP 4 WTR = WATER TEMPERATURE RISE

5 lTD = INITIAL TEMPERATURE DIFFERENCE

20

0.75

1.75

0.: ::!:; W ~ aJ ...J

Q.;::l ::!:;al UJ >~ a:: a:: C UJ a:: ~ - <c<C

~C!l C!li1!: i1!:~

a:: UJ UJ ...J ~(I) z::l UJ Z

(1)-

::l ::!:

i1!: Q.; :I! :I!

Q.; ~ ::!:;al W...J ~::l a::al W>-

!;ta:: ~ C

C!l!!: z<C -C!l ;;:z

UJ...Ja::

W ~ z UJ

II

a::IC

~!;t

2.50

6.00

CORRECTION FOR NONSTANDARD AIR

When specified cfm is not based on standard conditions (70 F and 29.92" Hg), the cfm must be corrected to standard conditions before using capacity/friction charts and tables.

Using Chart 21-1 :

Actual CFM Standard CFM = Air Density Ratio

CHART 21-1 - Air Density Ratios

The air friction determined from the Friction Chart using standard clm must be corrected as follows:

Friction (Standard) x Air Density Ratio = Friction (Actual)

CHART 21-2 - Cooling Coil Inside Heat Transfer Factor (F;)

1.0
0.8
Ii: 0.6
a::
0
I-
0 0.4
Lt
a::
UJ
LL
en
z
ct
a::
l-
t;( 0.2
UJ
J:
UJ
Cl
Cf.J
z
0.1 TEMPERATURE (FJ

.05

I
hveRr-w, lEt I I I I I I
TABLE 21-1 - FPS, GPM Conversion Factors
P2 Coil FPS = GPM!1.81
i TE P-,·f')I' P4 Coil FPS = GPM!3.62
:~~ _j I P8 Coil FPS = GPM/7.24
W, D. K COils FPS = GPM x 1.66
gO~~~~ I Finned Wldlh (In.)
DD Coil FPS = GPM x 0.83
1mb WD Finned W,dlh (In.)

tti*~~,


P-I '~
"'~~
~;-l ~~

I "J;;:P
1--[ ~
1"- ~~
I ....... ~~
I I I N' NOTE:
Water velocities below
-r ~ are be ond ARI certific .5

y

1.0

2.0

4.0

6.0

8.0

WATER VELOCITY (FPS) NOTE: 3-row, type W coils are not available with turbulators.

21

:~,::

1.0 pts anon,

CHART 22-1 - Mullirow Healing and Cooling - Prima Flo - (F.)

CHART 23-1 - Wei Air Friction and Moisture Carryoller Limils - Prima Flo®

-r-c--r--'--r-.--.--r--e--r-'--'---r~O

I I I I I

+~+-.L--+--!---l-----+--+--+-+-+--'--;- •. a

1 I I i II 11 I

+-4'_-+1_-+1_+1 -+--!--+--+---i--l.-----+-+M

->--+-1_1i---...L1_-i-_j1_j I I I 3.. 4.0 50

1 I I I I ! '.'

JwLU~i_ ! WI rl~~::

I I r:;-l--,-- - _ _I ,I i.e CARRYOVER LlMITSt

leoo~;- I_,_!~I 1-~_-l.J,>~s+-'oo-~-;::'.::::~::-J.t:-:,-::.-fl--:-1.-:-' - COATED FINS·

I -----1--"1- r::?"I I 1/, I I I

11= l~-+t=ti=!tJOOl~-l-HI/':,;_1Ii-O --If--::7-:i!-:-:i!-~-: - ~~~~~~~I~~NS

500 i I I I i I /.00 0.'0 t Do not make selections

~c 1/__ 0.48.06

! Vi I I ~ exceeding moisture

~"'O" I J---t--I ! !---l--f-0.30 0.' .05 I' '1

v. • carryover 1m! s.

I ~ I I •. 2'."

VV I I

t--- .D. I

r--~Lj L---L-~It-

V 0.10

O'-D-4-,-_",~_D_O~1' __ 9'!'Dr-~,*,00r--=''''''0_''!'''''D---'',*3~D~'~'D'''-''''h'Dr- -r- , .. '---,"7"'0--'-0.06 0,08 .01

2 ROWS 4 ROWS 6 ROWS & ROWS 10 flOWS

'.0 ... ao '.0 \0.0
1.6 ... u .• 8.0

3.D
, .. ... 3.' ... '.0

'.0 ... 3.0 '.0 5.0
O.IlO ... '.0
1.5 3.D
.0
0.' 1.. 1.8 ... 3.0

1.D 2.0 2.5 CARRYOVER LlMITSt
0 .a 1,·6 1 •. 0 COATED FINS·
t=' ALUMINUM FINS
u, COPPER FINS
Vi us 0.90. 1.. 1..
z
~ 9: o.s 0.75 1.0
"
Q)
0 D.' 0.60 0.8 '.D
Z t Do not make selections
t3 z 0>50 ...
0 exceeding moisture
« s 0.3 O,GD
a.
Q) or 0.40 carryover limits.
u,
z 0: 0.48 .0.
u:: :;;
I-
w o.io ... 0.30 D.' .0'
;.:
D.OS 0.1 0.24 .04
0.30
0.20
O.OOS o, , 0.2-11 .03
0.15

0.04 0.011. 0.16 .0' T
f' , '.6
d 3 .o
70 ~ ;f ,
1.2 2.4
1.0 2.0
0.50
'.5

0.60 , .z
0.50 1.0
0.40 0."
t='

U. 0.30 D .e
Vi
;z: 0 .a 5 0.'
~
Q) 0.20 ...
e 'i:
z "
t3 IL 0.16
0 0.3
t1. ~
Q) ~ 0.'2 0.' •
z ~ 0.10
ii:
u,
'"
~ 0.06 •
w
'"
2 OUTSIDE HEAT TRANSFER FACTOR (Fo)

0.02:

f'tN SPACINGS IFINS/FT)

CHART 22-2 - Mullirow Healing and Cooling - Sigma Flo ® - (Fa I

CHART 23-2 - Wet Air Friclion and Moislure Carryoller Limits - Sigma Flo®

OUTSIDE HEAT TRANSFER FACTOR (Fo)

8.0

'.0

10.0

s, 0

•. S

e.e

0.16 .02

0.30

0.20

0.24 .03

o.is

0.10

• Leaving air side of fins may be coated to allow higher face velocities without moisture carryover problems.

fiN SPACtNGS IFINS/Fl)

0.02 O:O",..L-~7;:0-~'0;:--'±;'D;---:;'~00;-~11~.'-:!";:;:.---""'3"'0--:'!;'D;;--;,S'D"--:lS.0,.-7:17"'0-.LO.OB O.OB .01

2 ROWS .II ROWS 6 ROWS 8 ROWS 10 ROWS

22

23

CHART 25-1 - Distributor Selection

, Refrigerant Type - R-12

CHART 24-1 - Dry Air Friction

, Multirow Cooling - Prima Flo

.cD 8.0 10.0-
'.0 •. < 8.0
3.6 <." •. 0
3.0 <.0 S.D
2c' '.0
3.0
z.o
U 2.' 3.0
I.' 2.0 2.' I .s

Ic2

1.0

0,110

0.00 U
Dc50 1.0
0 0.40 0.'
r
15
~ (1.30 D ••
z
0 0.:25 O.S
~
~ Dc:20 M
'"
<i
~ O.H
..
11:
..
"
...
0 0.12 0,204;
!!!
0.10 D.'
D.DI 0.1& i 400
006 i
0.12 '.G '.0
'.2 1..
1.0
D .• 'cD
0.6<) .08
.... .00
0.' .DS
0.2-4 .0.<
0.3.0 ~l
0.2:<'1 .03
0.15
!::
O.tE- .02 ::J
"1 o
a:
(3
I
[IJ
:::;:
I
170 0.06 D.OB .01 (9
G:ROWS 8F10WS 10 ROWS Z
B
<t
0
-'
a:
G.O 6.0 10.0 :2
::J
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0:
I-
IJ)
3.& <.B •. 0 B
3.0 4.0 s. 0
2.' '.0
3.0
2,0
1.8 ... 3.0
'.S 2.0 2.S
1.2 , .. a.o
1.0 160

150

FIN SPACINGS IFINS/FT)

CHART 24·2 - Dry Air Friction,

Multirow Cooling - Sigma Flo ®

0.9 1.2 1.5-

o.,st 1.0

:'1 0.8 1.0

f .08

O.4t 01

"1 :1:

~P,: 0.1 ~ oJ D.

O"ll

0.02 D'04~:---,;;;---,;~~~-;;;;;~~-!;--!:;;:~:::-J-:-:-JJJ_l

2 ROWS 4 ROWS 10 80 90 100 110 120 130

HO 150 160 170 0.06 O.OB .01

6 ROWS 8 ROWS 10 ROWS

~ 200

40

SUCTION TEMPERATURE (F)

0.04

FIN SPACINGS IFINS/FTI

25

24

lS o 0:

(3 I III ::;;:

I ~

5 -c o --' 0: o I:::l

~ 0:

Im

5

CHART 26-1 - Distributor Selection, Refrigerant Type - R-22

26

TABLE 27-1 - Enthalpy 01 Saturated Air at Various Wet Bulb Temperatures

PART A - Inlerpoialoo 10 PART B-
Tenlh. 01 [leg, ees, Condensed Table.
4OWB-79.9WB" 40WB - 90WB
WET BTU WET BTU WET BTU WET BTU WET BTU WET BTU WET BTU WET BTU WET BTU
BULB PER BULB PER BULB PER BULB PER BULB PER BULB PER BULB PER BULB PER BULB PER
TEMP. POUND TEMP. POUND TEMP. POUND TEMP. PDUND TEMP. POUND TEMP. POUND TEMP. POUND TEMP. POUND TEMP. POUND
40.0 15.23 45.0 17.65 SO.O 20.30 55.0 23.22 60.0 26.41; 65.0 30.06 70.0 34.09 75.0 38.61 40 15.23
0.1 15.28 0.1 17.70 0.1 20.36 0.1 23.28 0.1 26.53 0.1 30.14 0.1 34.1S 0.1 38.71 41 1570
0.2 15.32 0,2 17.75 0.2 20.41 0.2 23.34 0.2 26.60 0.2 30.21 0.2 34.26 0.2 3800 42 16.17
0.3 15.31 0.3 17.00 0.3 20.47 0.3 23.41 0.3 26.67 0.3 30.29 0.3 34.35 0.3 36.90 43 16.66
0.4 15.42 0.4 17.85 0.4 20.52 0.4 23.47 0.4 26.74 0.4 30.37 0.4 34.43 0.4 38.99 44 17.15
40.5 15.41 45.5 17.91 SO.5 20.58 55.5 23.53 60.5 26.81 65.5 30.45 70.5 34.52 75.5 39.09 45 17.65
0.6 15.51 0.6 17.96 0.6 20.64 0.6 23.59 0.6 26.87 0.6 30.52 0.6 34.61 0.6 39.19 46 18.16
0.7 15.56 0.7 18.01 0.7 20.69 0.7 23.65 0.7 26.94 0.7 30.60 0.7 34.69 0.7 39.28 47 16.68
0.8 15.61 0.8 18.06 0.8 20.75 0.8 23.72 0.8 27.01 0.8 30.69 0.8 34.78 0.8 39.38 48 19.21
0.9 15.65 0.9 18.11 0.9 20.80 0.9 23.78 0.9 27.06 0.9 30.75 0.9 34.86 0.9 39.47 49 19.75
41.0 15.70 46.0 18.16 51.0 20.80 56.0 23.84 61.0 27.15 86.0 30.83 71.0 34.95 76.0 39.57 SO 20.30
0.1 15.75 0.1 18.21 0.1 20.92 0.1 23.90 0.1 27.22 0.1 30.91 0.1 35.04 0.1 39.67 51 20.86
0.2 15.80 0.2 16.26 0.2 20.97 0.2 23.97 0.2 27.29 0.2 30.99 0.2 35.13 0.2 39.71 52 21.44
0.3 15.84 0.3 18.32 0.3 21.03 0.3 24.03 0.3 27.36 0.3 31.07 0.3 35.21 03 3987 53 22.02
0.4 15.89 0.4 18.37 0.4 21.09 0.4 24.10 0.4 27.43 0.4 31.15 0.4 3530 0.4 39.97 54 22,62
41.5 15.94 46.5 18,42 51.5 21.15 55.5 24.16 6L5 27.50 66.5 31.23 71.5 35.39 76.5 40.07 55 23.22
0.6 15.99 0.6 18.41 0,6 21.20 0.6 24.22 0.6 21.57 0.6 SL30 0.6 35.48 0.6 40.17 56 23.84
0.7 16.04 0.7 18.52 0.7 21.26 0.7 24.29 0.7 27.64 0.7 3L38 0.7 35.57 0.7 40.27 57 24.48
0.8 16.06 O.B 18.58 0.8 21.32 O.B 24.35 0.8 21.71 0.8 31.46 O.B 35.65 0.8 40.37 58 25.12
0.9 16.13 0.9 18.63 0.9 21.38 0.9 24.42 0.9 27.78 0,9 31.54 0.9 35.74 0.9 40.47 59 2578
42.0 16.17 47.0 18.68 52.0 21.44 57.0 24.48 62.0 27.85 67.0 31.62 72.0 35.63 77.0 40.57 60 25.46
0.1 16.22 0.1 18.73 0.1 21.49 0.1 24.54 0.1 27.92 0.1 31.70 0.1 35.92 0.1 40.61 61 27.15
0.2 16.27 0.2 lB.79 0.2 21.55 0.2 24.61 0.2 27.99 0.2 3l.78 0.2 36.01 0.2 40.77 62 27.65
0.3 16.32 0.3 lB.64 0.3 21.61 0.3 24.67 0.3 28.07 0.3 31.86 0.3 36.10 0.3 40,87 63 26.57
0.4 16.37 0.4 lB.89 0.4 21.67 0.4 24.74 0.4 28.14 0.4 31.94 0.4 36.19 0.4 40.97 54 29.31
42.5 16.42 47.5 lB.95 52.5 21.73 57.5 24.80 62.5 28.21 67.5 32.02 72.5 36.29 77.5 41.06 65 30.06
0.6 16.46 0.6 19.00 0.6 21,78 0.6 24.86 0.6 28.28 0.6 32.10 0.6 36.38 0.6 41.18 66 30.83
0.7 16.51 0.7 19.05 0.7 21,84 0.7 24.93 0.7 28.35 0.7 32.18 0.7 36.47 0.7 41.28 67 31.62
0.8 16.56 0.8 19.10 O.S 2L90 O.B 24.99 0.8 28.43 0.8 32.26 0.8 35.56 0.8 41.38 68 3242
0.9 16.61 0.9 19.16 0.9 21,96 0.9 25.06 0.9 28.50 0.9 32.34 0.9 38.65 0.9 41.48 69 3:1.25
43.0 16.66 48.0 19.21 63.0 22.02 58.0 25,12 63.0 28.57 68.0 32.42 73.0 38.74 7B.O 41.55 70 34.09
0.1 16.72 0.1 19.26 0.1 22.06 0.1 25.19 0.1 28.84 0.1 32.50 0.1 3663 0.1 41.58 71 34.95
0.2 16.76 0.2 19.32 0.2 22.14 0.2 25.25 0.2 28.72 0.2 32.59 0.2 36.92 02 4179 72 35.83
0.3 16.81 0.3 19.37 0.3 22.20 0.3 25.32 0.3 28.79 0.3 32.67 0.3 37.02 0.3 4L89 73 36.74
0.4 16.86 0.4 19,43 0.4 22.26 0.4 25.38 0.4 28.87 0.4 32.75 0.4 37.11 0.4 42.00 74 37.66
43.5 16.91 48.5 19.48 53.5 22.32 58.5 25.45 63,5 28.94 58.5 32.84 73.5 37.20 78.5 42.10 75 38.61
0.6 16.95 0.6 19.53 0.6 22.36 0.6 25.52 0.6 29.01 0.6 32.92 0.6 37.29 0.6 42.20 76 3957
0.7 17.00 0.7 19.59 0.7 22.44 0.7 25.58 0.7 29.09 0.7 33.00 0.7 37.36 0.7 42.31 77 40.57
0.8 17.05 0.8 19.64 0.8 22.50 0.8 25.65 0.8 29.16 0.8 33.06 0.8 37.48 0.8 42.41 76 4158
0.9 17.10 0.9 19.70 0.9 22.56 0.9 25.71 0.9 29.24 0.9 33.17 0.9 37.67 0,9 42,52 79 42.62
44.0 17,15 49.0 19.75 54.0 22.62 59.0 25.78 64.0 29.31 69.0 33.25 74.0 37.86 79.0 42,62 80 43.69
0.1 17.20 0.1 19.81 0.1 22.68 0.1 25.85 0.1 29,39 0.1 33.33 0.1 37.76 0.1 4V3 81 44.78
0.2 17.25 0.2 19.86 0.2 22.74 0.2 25.92 0.2 29,46 0.2 33.42 0.2 37.85 0.2 42.63 82 45.90
0.3 17.30 0.3 19.92 0.3 22.80 0.3 25.98 0.3 29.54 0.3 33.50 0.3 31,95 0.3 4294 83 4704
0.4 17.35 0.4 19.97 0.4 22.86 0,4 26.05 0.4 29.61 0.4 33.59 0.4 38.04 0.4 43.05 84 48.22
44.5 17.40 49.5 20.D3 54.5 22.92 59.5 2fi.12 84.5 29.69 69.5 33.67 74.5 38.14 79.5 43.16 85 49.43
0.6 17.45 0.6 20.06 0,6 22.98 0.6 26.19 0.6 29.76 0.6 33.75 0.6 38.23 0.6 ~3.26 86 SO.66
0.7 17.SO 0.7 20.14 0.7 23.(l4 0.7 26.2fi 0.7 29.84 0.7 33.84 0.7 38,33 0.7 4337 87 51.93
0.8 17.55 0.8 20.19 0.8 23.10 0.8 26.32 0.8 29.91 0.6 33.92 0.8 38.42 08 4348 88 53.23
0.9 17.60 0.9 20.25 0.9 23.16 0.9 26.39 0.9 29.99 0.9 34.01 0.9 36.52 09 4258 89 5456
90 55.93
.. "From Chapter 3, Healing Venillating Alr-Cond~llonlng Gu~de, 1958. Used by permiSSion>

TABLE 27-2 - Type F Refrigerant Coils Internal Volume

RETURN BENDS TUBES
COIL HEADERS CU. IN. PER COIL CU. IN. PER FT. FINNED LENGTH COIL
FINNED CU. IN. ROWS OF TUBES ROWS OF TUBES FINNED
WIDTH PER COIL 2 3 4 5 6 8 2 3 4 5 6 8 WIDTH
12"' 14 10 15 20 25 30 40 53 80 106 133 160 212 12"'
18" 30 15 22 30 36 45 60 80 120 160 200 240 320 18"'
24"' 40 20 30 40 50 60 80 106 159 212 265 318 424 24"'
30"' 100 26 39 52 65 78 104 132 198 264 330 396 528 30"'
33" 110 28 42 56 70 84 114 146 219 292 366 438 584 33"' 27

TABLE 28-1 - Total Header Water Pressure Drop (Ft. H20)

VELOCITY (FPS}
COil TYPE FINNED WIDTH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
P2 0,06 0.24 0.51 087 1.39 2,04 2.76 3.60
P4 ALL 0,094 0.29 063 1.15 1,71 2.64 3,57 4.70
P8 0,10 0.36 0,79 1.44 2.23 3,19 4,37 5,87
W,OK 12" 009 0.32 1.29 1.30 204 2.96 4,04 5,25
W.o.K. 18" 0,05 0.18 040 0.70 1.11 1.61 2.18 2,79
w,Ox 24" 007 0.29 065 1,16 1,82 2.64 3.57 4,69
W'o.K. 30" 0,10 0.43 0.94 1,71 2,64 3.79 5,20 6.78
WD.K 33" 0.13 0,49 1.09 1.96 3.06 440 6.00 7.83
W 36" 0,15 0.60 133 2.41 377 5.42 7,38 9.64
-
W 42" 0,18 0.70 1.57 2.79 436 6.27 8.54 11.16
W 48" 0.20 0.81 1.82 3,22 5.04 7,25 9.88 12,89
DD 18" 0,10 043 0,97 1,69 2,62 3.80 5.25 6,75
DD 24" 0.18 0.75 1,68 2,96 4.71 6.77 9.21 11,99
DD 30" 0.30 1.17 2.62 4,72 7.49 10.53 14,05 18.75
DD 33" 0,35 1.43 3.17 5,70 8.79 12.66 1738 22.81 TABLE 28-2 - Tube Water Pressure Orop Per Pass (Ft. H20)·

FINNED VELOCITY WITH TURBULATORS (FPS) VELOCITY WITHOUT TURBULATORS (FPS) '.
LENGTH l ..
(IN,) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6: 7 8
12 0.07 0.27 0.57 0.95 1.38 1.96 2.63 3,52 0.02 0.09 0.18 0.30 045 0,62 0.82 1.04
24 0,11 0.39 0,82 1.37 2,00 2,85 3.81 4.86 0.04 0,13 0.26 0.44 0.65 0,89 1,19 1.51
36 0.15 0,51 1.08 1.80 2.B2 3.73 5.00 6.37 0.05 0.17 0.34 0,67 0.85 1,17 1,56 1,98
48 0,18 0.64 1.34 2,22 3,25 4,62 6.18 7,88 006 0,20 0.42 0.71 1.06 145 1.93 2.45
60 0>22 0.76 1.59 2.65 3.87 5.50 7.37 9.39 0.07 0.24 0.50 0.84 1.26 1.72 2,30 2.92
72 025 0.88 1.85 3.08 4.49 6,39 8.55 10.90 0,08 0,28 0.58 0.98 1.46 2,00 2.67 3.39
84 0.29 1.00 2,10 3.50 5.11 7.27 9,74 12.41 0.09 0.32 0.66 1.11 1.66 2,28 3.04 3.86
96 0,32 1,12 236 393 5,73 8.16 10.92 13,92 0,10 036 0,74 1.25 1,86 2.55 3,41 4,33
108 036 1.25 2.62 4.35 6.36 9.04 12,11 15.43 0.11 DAD 0.82 1.38 2.06 2.83 3,78 4.80
120 0.39 1,37 2,87 4.78 6.98 9.93 13.30 16.94 0.12 0.44 0.90 1.52 2,27 3.11 4,15 5,27
132 0.43 1.49 3.13 5.21 7,60 10,81 14.48 1845 0,13 0,48 0.98 1.65 2.47 3.39 4,52 5.74
144 0.46 1,61 3.38 5.63 8.22 11,70 15.67 19.97 0,14 0,52 LOB 1.79 2.67 3.66 4.89 6,21 "Based on W COils. For p, D, DD, K colls.. Use Table 28~3,

NOTE: Apply temperature correction factor, Table 28·5 for average water temperature other Ihan 60 F.

TABLE 28-3 - Additional Water Pressure Orop Per Pass for P, 0, DO, K Coils

VELOCITY WITH TURBULATORS (FPS) .:: .... • VELOCITY WITHOUT TURBULA TORS (FPS) ,'.
COIL TYPE 1 2 3 4 5 6' 7 B 1 2 3 4 .. '. 5.' B 7 ". B
P2, P4, P8 0.00 0.03 0,05 0.09 0,13 0.19 0.25 0.32 0.00 0,01 0.02 0.03 0,04 0.06 0,08 0.10
0 0.D3 0,12 0.23 0.37 0.55 0.78 1.04 1.33 0.01 0.03 0>07 0>12 0.18 0.24 0,32 0.41
DO 0.03 0.10 0,21 0.35 0.51 0.73 0.97 1.24 0.D1 0,03 0.D7 0.11 0,16 0.23 0.30 0.38
K 0.07 0,25 0,52 0.86 1.26 1.79 3,39 3.05 0.02 0.08 0>16 0.27 040 0.56 0,74 0.94 TABLE 28-4 - Number of Water Passes by Coil Type

TABLE 28-5 - Average Water Temperature Correction Factors lor Water Pressure Drop (F)

FINNED WIDTH
COIL TYPE ROWS 12" 18" 24" 30"
P2 4 16 24 32 40
P2 6 24 36 48 60
P4 2 4 6 8 10
P4 4 8 12 16 20
P4 6 12 18 24 30
P4 8 16 24 32 40
P8 4 - 6 8 10
P8 8 - 12 16 20
W, D, K Number Passes = Number Rows
DD Number Passes = Number Rows x 0.5 ... :. '" TEMPERATURE (F) . ' .
40 50 60 100 150. ".200.
WfTURB. 1,07 1.03 1.00 0.91 0.83 0.78
WOfTURB, 1,12 1,05 1.00 0.87 0.78 0.72 28

WATER PRESSURE DROP EXAMPLE:

Determine WPD for a 4-row P2 Coil, 18" x 60", with 9.05 gpm and 60 F average water temperature.

1. Velocity (fps) = gpm/1.81 = 9.05/1,81 = 5 fps

2, Header WPD = 1.39 ft H20 (Table 28-1)

3, Tube WPD = Tube WPD Per Pass, Table 28-2 + Additional WPD Per Pass, Table 28-3 x (Number Passes, Table 28-4) x (Average Water Temperature Correction Factor, Table 28-5)

(1.26 + .04) x 24 x 1.00

1,30 x 24

= 31.20 ft. H20

4. Total WPD = Header WPD + Tube WPD = 1,39 + 31,20

= 32,59

NOTE: a-row, type "W" coils have a same-end connection configuration and are not available with turnulaters, To obtain the correct water pressure drop for these coils multiply the total wpd, as calculated above by a factor of 1_5.

NOTE: Type "WD" coil water pressure drop is determined as follows:

For 6-rows, use 1_33 x type "DD" water pressure drop. For a-rows, use type "DO" water pressure drop.

For tu-rows, use 1_22 x type "DD" water pressure drop. For 12-rows, use type "DO" water pressure drop.

TABLE 29-1 - Coil Face Area (Square Feet) Not Including Casing

FINNED FINNED LENGTH (INCHES)
WIDTH
(INCHES) 12 18 24 30 36 42 45 48 51 54 60 66 72 78
12 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 30 3.5 3.75 4,0 4.25 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5
18 2.25 3.0 3.75 4,5 5,25 5,62 6.0 6.37 6.75 7.5 8,25 9.0 9.75
24 4.0 5,0 6.0 7.0 7.5 8.0 8.5 9.0 10,0 1W 12.0 13.0
30 6.25 7.5 8.75 9.37 10.0 10.62 11,25 12.5 13.75 15,0 16.25
33 8.25 9.63 10.32 11.0 11.69 12.38 13,75 15.13 16.5 17.88
36 9.0 10,5 11,25 12.0 12,75 13.5 15.0 16.5 18.0 19.5
42 12.25 13,0 14,0 15.0 15.75 17.5 19.25 21.0 22.75
48 16.0 17,0 18.0 20.0 22,0 24.0 26.0
FINNED FINNED LENGTH (INCHES) .
WIDTH
(INCHES) 81 84 90 96 99 102 105 108 114 120 126 132 138 144
12 6.75 7.0 7.5 8.0 8.25 8,5 8.75 9.0 9.5 10.0 10.5 11.0 11.5 12.0
18 10.12 10.5 11.25 12.0 12.37 12.75 13.12 13.5 14.25 15.0 15.75 16,5 172 18.0
24 13.5 14.0 15.0 16.0 16.5 17.0 17.5 18.0 19.0 20.0 21.0 22.0 23.0 240
30 16.87 17,5 1875 20.0 20B2 21.25 21,87 22.5 23.75 25.0 26.25 27.5 28.75 30.0
33 18.57 19.25 2063 22.0 22>69 23,38 2407 24,75 26,13 27.5 28.88 30,25 31.63 33.0
36 20.25 21.0 22.5 24.0 24.75 25.5 26,25 27.0 28.5 30.0 31.5 33.0 34.5 36.0
42 23.63 245 2625 280 2888 29.75 30.63 31,5 33,25 35.0 36.75 38.5 40.25 42.0
48 27,0 28.0 30.0 32.0 33.0 34.0 35.0 36.0 38.0 40,0 420 44.0 46.0 48,0 TABLE 29-2 - FPS GPM Conversion Factors

,
P2 Coil FPS = GPMI1.81
P4 Coil FPS = GPM13.62
PB Coil FPS = GPMI7,24
W, D, K Coils FPS = GPM x 1.66
Finned Width
DD Coil FPS = GPM x 0.83
WD Finned Width TABLE 29-3 - WD Capacity Corrections

ROWS TURBS CAPACITY
6 No Same as DD
6 Yes 0.94 x DD Capacity
8 No Same as DD
8 Yes Same as DO
10 No Same as DD
10 Yes 0.97 x DD Capacity
12 No Same as DD
12 Yes Same as DD 29