Secondary surface (fins) shall be of the plate-fin design using aluminum or copper, with die-formed collars. Fin design to be flat, waffle, or sine-wave in a staggered tube pattern to meet performance requirements. Collars will hold fin spacing at specified density, and cover the entire tube surface. Fins are to be free of oils and oxidation.
Seamless copper tubes shall be mechanically expanded into plate aluminum or copper fins to form an everlasting bond between primary and secondary surfaces. Tubes are to be mechanically expanded into fins (secondary surface) for maximum heat transfer.
Headers (manifolds), shall be constructed of a minimum .060” wall seamless copper. Die-formed copper end caps are brazed on the inside of the headers unless spun-closed (for sizes up to 1-3/8”).
The connection is to be copper sweat type (SWT), and shall be shipped with caps on connections.
Coil casing material shall be galvanized steel at a 16 gauge minimum. Heavier material, stainless steel, copper, or aluminum casings are available as required.
Intermediate supports are required on all coils 48″ of finned length and longer. Coil casings on top and bottom of coils are to have double-flange construction, allowing for vertical stacking of coils.
Coils shall be tested at 550 psig using dry nitrogen, submerged underwater. Dual-operator verification shall determine that all coils are leak-free.
Coils shall be shipped with nitrogen charge to verify leak-free integrity and to prevent moisture migration into coil.
Coils shall be UL recognized as Refrigerant Containing Component. Coils to be used with refrigerant R-410A shall have undergone cycle testing, and shall be safety listed with 750 psig rating.
Standard/Base in Bold Below
Standard / Optional
|Fin Material||Aluminum||Copper; Stainless Steel|
|Casing Material||Galv. Steel 16 gauge||Galv. Steel 14 gauge
Stainless Steel 16 gauge
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